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New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1871, New York, New York 10KK W 13, 1871.-TR1PLE loiters from fier to Mr. George Lionel of Now 6ho Her Trial Many nno from IW wbo made the uly and Kayo tUal to lor im wi low of O. la Tour hud not M duly In the ulio She Thinks of of ibe Have Recent ja gaa Cisco Escaped f Depends on and Who anil known Laura 1) 1K-0, n mho In next met bor in Ban on lipr arrival In 11X7, that bo lias known hor since that remembers Ibo when and remembers the time und of tho Colonel HiM the raid the of bin a member of the Masonic Mrs. made application io tbe order for aid and on tbe ground her Colonel a member of Ibe nnd toeing and lq irta to nld from lie did present the and the lame wna follow from that M. was of the Board Io 1 and ul the I u wan but one board to application lor relief could be T. KNOZ being nod the Maeler of form and and always did so In Ibe Board of to which an or and In and it wai sod U board to In affidavit T. Knox tad he was a resident of the and of Ban Francisco from the jear to and that ke wai ter of California Free that be wai M that with Henry A. knew him as a freemason and Mailer of Crockett No 189, Frei was ot ft ffn or In n of Mrs. character to that w ilcn Ills at were any tion In evidence elicited flu tho were lo columns ol to scut out to to lie absorbed by the press of tho but it failed to snow how Mrs successfully disposed of those of The press may a temporary tri- umph oj its one-sided but it cannot fall In the end to bring discredit and dishonor Already Intelligent readers begin seriously to doubt any statement of the to the injury or tage of en individual or Institution or Wo nope to live to sue when by over or under la a newspaper or wui subject the writer and to tbe same humiliation and degradation that lows tho personal liar and of tne two publisher of the former 13 the most cowardly and most dangerous to the best interests of as nil must realize who win consider tho relative position and opportunities of In the year 1861 Jn to application three Masons called upon only one of them name 1 now One or the other 1 for tbe Tho expression of tho man's face WAR Impressed mpon my mind at no ana f aco of affected In same 1 could not resist the aa hie answer on his to the Idea of a catno for such When called I was not t. DRESSED It Jiems one rouat to Order td get from 1 roj had not dead a and too ien I at nla death were still in Eood ster Appeal to Get Before the World 11, 1871. 10 TUB Or TIM Tie most interesting feature of tab's won my and ma TO a noble faruy to assume tne defensive saa to tie in need in taw laca of glaring was tne intiepid and earnast which Fair to put Herself Defore she Court ami Tno Jadeo on toe bench ner for ner observing irss Fair I HAVE that expression was a nmt to tue to telling she nas convicting which Traa a Burner for their aua noi the tms point I Had tao to allude to In a Snore words liave no were go well put oy tlie lady in my tnat one rebuke ol Judge alone toar to at all tlines In of I continue to and will ever Win tne principle adopted by Mrs. Fair RS of notice ana in ner la every particular ing Tne I tne pleasure to nana tlie TOEK two additional letters I nave naa the to receive from tne sad 1 BDJ sure will tne tne readers of rne as surely as the pitiful statements or ner eloquence candor and natural Save won the of tne leaner of this feels himself highly gratified ana honored by tne confidence which the laay has placed la Mm through a generous Interest manifested for her in ner ana which no man of sentiment and honor do la an The Court allowed flays for ths of a must the erous remarks of Judge on tne on lady's a new trial of be n unta all the debt At the time tho debl WM Incurred there was inducement leading me to teller that 1 would be able to meet my All tar well to members of the TO PAt But when the CU the ield during the great 0ood in I fell behind witb my and was with s total low of even tbat which bad been ai my furniture would not flare sola at auction more tbe remaining due upon 1C. 1 did noi wieh the to five wbick a each and KE A on bit limply itat they would Milst me ai that In tko future I could support sod The man Beaca to Khd wordi all the relief they gave ata that BO a you should imd II to to tbo for at Hy me I merely them tbe and my owa goul alone what f have suffered in my with 9. when tns Beach matter waa being in Bent In TO at the tbe tiMs fis called upon the but did not know whether Upon tnis my attorney went during S iW he bat he eot ont of by to see Why my did not eom him to I fvr lUero jna wlm lie into Court to Both ray mother and heard him iaj I tools ay Blood Before In your efforts to screen an remember you are doing BO to tnc of Ibii Is mv and tor dead waa His lace colored up and he made zni no A. Crittenden was a H. Is i i. employed the ana law u i 0 the Sheriff of a And nai sluce he was placed in that How did Be do of my Jurors were and H. H. tee D strict I u alto a bui or I am ijot BUT TL JEE berc M compiled of tie of tns tho I and of Baa 1 have never yet beard of one who belongs to clab woo la ooi a That cnb In me to be In iJon I should bars In all this it Is tho tie and why I was not like any other and I sentenced to a. publio never before that I can at not Jn this and why tbe rant traa tor publication to these decent daily pa. On tiie 9th of October I telegraphed to Jo console and reassure Trust in God It is Prophecy is D. Fair io JUr. SAT 8, have thought much Kid deeply upon and to coma to Sao if I ba of and believe mi appreciate your e knowledge is pleasant that there is moral and of soal left on this Bui ah I to know that it docs not ID the men of call It Is Urns for women to their rights ween men nave ceased to be protect bat I am to lay that anta tor I had tbs a nor read a tarms a deal bat the classed me u a I Sid sot fully what the bat rather avoided the Idea had formerly my I. ore. bat rather avoided the sat 1 have learned by sad experience Jost what a as I axo and snala under theu to be a wo 11 bow edged with black and tied m all the horrible details with 15 were given And b what met toe eyes of mr poor old pis IB the advanced stase or which California over other Steles I Oh I shonie upon th's when ihe 6TTOJI Ban aaa its Courts and attorneys 1 And to toink GO pen waa no voice raised io err down such if not than In the of In my next I you bow the Court stepped and prosecution yon any objections to of advanced copy or tha which yon or tha 9! Beern published as over Please let letter written at Hy wS not my writing continuously for any length of and Borne I wan not abis to to sne if creat ac and la my 24y cite WM In the ca last Tile argument closed bnt X ain only Q to of Aide of tue THE not the argument of tny bnt bare to what tne prosecution saM not in- aad f o that I JL community bf Intellectual people would raise their against it I wish tonld get the loric press call attention to Yon will scarcely IL but lion here there tare occurred dozen easel men bare killed one another or iome TEE Should General Graat Ba of a Western Re- publican THE Tho Newark Trial Botched 1 Governor Randolph Respites Uhta January 26. An Interview with tae and Im- portant Own Story of the Death rian Insanity for Mrs. Still Uppermost in Wilson Visito Hun in Ee the Hews of Hie Wilson though nw was bitterly Btio wai In but wua Bent Die X ono lu hospital of tue who witnessed It U as an exceedingly a Wilson embraced and Hissed curb other and sat holding until they were admonished to a t ld tbf m up to Uia ju been tiled and jet tna raised no icd err over many ot was co lered into by certain papers to mln morally of All the could not at them at at me. life in the of law than that of oca AO A. ft pliable Weapon 10 WQ of hrct Courts to be at their purposes f There the Or o of ft San who shot and ft skot him In tbe bacc while he was from his io enter and ret bis working tools Jhe held trr Fred there bad Clark having thff on the to keep f red Clark said be told tbe man not to eome shot him to protect yet tbl man be shot had not got entirely off hU ana Wai not Bnt through some Ean very Jorr djd aoi whom be iru a no of the oust opposite San aati arc There has bees talk of aa eff w effort to bo to bim Indicted by the next Grand but It may talk aad tbt u i where yon in such cases Had one willing to and have justice Each one rebels at and talks abont but each one win also of ray business afford to sake IS end no In another la a a had his fionn went to her ana demanded to know trna Mward each She Ill then man and and was al once the trial tooV place he was to pitch of act re- nMi lor what to time H toot to real tie seek cte find the vras io the ads of tbe ll for IQ be held then It tag a I whai no no TV SOX THE anfi Ser aoa wra a wreck at It that Campbell again add most b tlf know to be Please try to me li fox am. cere t tht IStn BCC for y at Campbell t ost foa pacer remarks rt aro when yea como to analyze For when yea como to analyze For be sayi bad character to lose when Jn the same thai and his were me In my the were it tJii be also f Wito inant for your acd I am p. fair to 3tr. 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KAB J TOW two of the d Uie from the Ibo line I managed to decipher I think i bnt can noi aee IB part of tho article It was JOT please send me the paper In which It If I inew tie I could It It a a matter boir rather than be 1 could from yaar or tha a of what hud been bnt X am inclined w that the editor spoke trUj when ho to Around cither cr lae prew I bas been to oo the We would to see General retlie from the Presidency at the end of his presen because fe are against the cultivation o nero worship and the one man we do not believe in the system of ascribing to man heroism ant the glory and the productive energy of ins It ig not for a especially a republican to Bold the doctrine that then depends the leadership o an In the first It IB noe true that a great people can be unable to care for them selves to the save some ons ef the of the The people ol tlie Halted or a very large proportion ol are too much in the habit of as If Grant haC crushed the rebellion and iras paying tiie everything worth As a matter els performance as President has not been ex- The country has grown out of debt am into peaceful as It would have grown if any one of a thousand citizens had been His merits have been rather In not than in He Is not an Incorrigible and furious meddler like and that is one and he is being by the amnesty passage in liia message being an indication of DI ogress thai Is Tbe President's office hot We do not him With been corrupted by bnt his has done With the endorsement of the people lot a second term the result would be dis- fhs distribution ol offices among his tives and hlB and their personal the whole civil service wita The un- wholesome is to be seen on all sides Ills frequent and protracted absence irom Washington has promoted lias propagated that official duties ere matters oj much aad riding and teas it re- quires agreat deal of In the guise of recreation la order to be in Sot has the theory been tie practice has The absenteeism ana and present taking of tue which we believe have seriously demoralized the service do pot seem to grow out of inherent carelessness or the President has too far his estimate of his sonal of his indispensable con He has too nearly accepted the flattery that would persuade a Chief Magistrate that the 13 a testimonial of publio regard for him and is to be taken as a compliment and at tne administration of President Grant nas tte evidence naat he was iess appreciative of tae than susceptible to the allurements or private interest and convenience and personal The best thought or the country is in favor of a change In the Chief The tone of the administration be as It cannot be Improved without that the chances are that nothing can be The democracy In all see to n that is and wa can stand it ir they can. on Monday nun dred and a Ihe piece has Irom time to time been am toe changes have always been tne W can certainly heartily commend the U o new were introduced last night In the act Mr. and nis went ones was extremely Tne among other showed a of and one of rejoicing In tna mon name of tarKs through tha sonar of Wacht am At the close of the entree oes in the ons of the most grotesque scenes ever produced In pantomime was In. Seven monstrous resting on the slenderest find of came in among the The effect me audience was Tbe house came down In thunders of became louder and louder as the little through a figure or two and the The old established of the soil remain and are as ai The Martens seems to increase la each nnd their Tyrolean and the celebrated cat song certainly fully merit the liberal marss of approval which tuey re- The and the Zass are still The badet is much though the dance scene In tne aot is scarcely so good as those In the second and Humpty evidently has a Jong time still to run ere he snail tumble tue wall and be broken in BO that ali King's Lorses and ah the Kind's msa cannot pm him together We must say a good word also for tue drill of the presens So rnu smoother and and not a moment 13 wasted in low i It toward me. The press la Tork and sic been act. on Is thill We Do yon for bad 3Ir- shot ho bean for a rear bail ts I Sbe There caw cJT ilia in wad for was on Ibo of a is pai before him as yoa are I LOSE witn an at jm mCj that there and of ta I Atd Bony that vour Have so cti about U laal I iai e- ice canse of yon t I th noi so and you It Is toe makes anil ven the mea are 1 ai It Is bui jest to give aim the now CI I hive been thai I am siaH few days to yoa a I by ool that which I bo was t Brooklyn witb at tais theatre was presented comedy with Tho audience waa noi mu and tinder the stage management of 2fr. Ben Baker tha was put on tha la good the and dresses leaving to bo and the orchestra snowed much the music being selected wita care Tne plot of is so well Known that it need not be described It is a doubtful question if it ever was better played than on Honday night by Of course Mr. John Brougham Tbe other characters were represented bv Miss Mr. Miss Ella ilr PrauS Koche and as ail were satisfactory m rne in loud aad aoa The of Hiis umi i for J yon A lis only U for zhat 9 to liji J can oTii mtt u I via other Ori srca f rom cari K itoi And the tew all Han 1 can 1 a Tria ji J r I lo itc 333etflcl utA lit lens to nta lili aa cf fo TOTU IK as E. Jn tWa for Ibo at 1 laal Vbn Mm. Fair at JL j tbe Ua 3 Od I ji yr XT n proclaim tho el ana weeK asw sad 13 So effort is spared to duce sensational drama ail its toe result a from ine playgoers who ihe the attraction oa was Eot a li a erotica O. by of carae froia sal parts of lii relished smi ats Miss Ivacy tns role of Rachel Barman of order ana OT ane U was its J to saon cl all ite a AS 5b- IB Je 3n The some rai ilia of wis ol or IDS lio l to ana sin mo Fair tM We of jus teatling i HUT Mala s jainn j flora Vs the 2lst was tne day set apart for tne execution of George who was tried and convicted of the murder of General all the details of which are doubtless still fresh in the memory of the HERALD'S millions of an that day public Interest began to itself In the murderer and all the singular phases of the No man Cad a every gence and privilege assed for him and in con- sonance with judicial proprieties was promptly granted by the and at the close of the when the dreadful sentence of death was the en tue force of public opinion agreed that tne verdict was a Just and for the sentence the had no Depue was the mouthpiece ot the law as a in the Within the past since people have begun to recur to the tragedy and discuss it once more in all Its some statements of an as startling character to be breathed in certain in to the fect after there was some ground for thinking that Botts was A had he been allowed to go on ths stand and tell als own oa a new law in 3Jew Jersey grants him power to and as he desired to he would have been able to clear at least from murder In the first and in his so far as his counsel was was miserably Aa a matter of general In Sewart it may be proper to say here that the transportation ol the insanity dodge from its place In the Courts of Gotham to the pure atmosphere of the Jersey Oyer and entirely robbed it of its and it militated the prisoner rather than With a desire to any meats as these and and how much were to be upon a by two visited the County Jail on Sunday ami sought an Interview with the The Colonel said that Botts was greatly OPPOSED TO by reporters and had declined the day before to sea one Irom a Sew York two cent said the see caa oe done In your Alter an absence of Inky twenty the Warden returned with a smiling read as as Botts would receive tne and in lie anil his friends passed to the Jail Tne cell is on the ground the fourth from tlie and was distinguished from the others in tnat its gate was while taose of tie others swung THE Swinging open the gate of the mart's ceil the writer and his passed in and were to by the who as he locked the gate on tne Ihs doomed man arose from his closed tne large jail Bible he had been and removed off the bed to the so as to make the visitors com- over six reet he natt when ne stood nearly the of the He was dressed la a blue coat and shepherd cotton Oxford tie shoes and white shirt ana minus a Though provided with good plam food irom the Warden's own is was plainly ha LOST A GOOD DEAL OF FLESH since tne day of his He is a moderate and was a with tha Holy He wore the same staring expression of countenance described and noticed on the His great gray eyes were mure sunken and not the least prepossessing in little or tae or characteristics of tne In his manner there crops out now and then evidences of a thoughtful and even gentle In his speech there 13 an which mases It difficult for him to continuously Interest the listener in his His cell was as cells and was On the whl wall were a couple of as are placed in Sunday Oa one or la good bold was the verse or Acts in which tue jailer ada tne MUST I DO TO BE SAVED Of Ms own accord he began to of his and went over several points which he considered In tne place he recurred to the point in the evidence where it was sworn that some time prior to the murder he had been overheard to say to somebody that he was to have a settlement This remarK was believed to nave aaa reference to but Botts said that It referred to his business relations with one Din In relation to the pistol he says he bought it so to defend himself who ha had been time and time again warned had declared his intention to the Ignoramus on me point did not come out In Botts said that he had twice tried to sell this once to a man named He said tbat alter he broKe up housekeeping with Wilson he med to forget but wherever he went his acquaintances Kept rigging mm about her and and what had HIS STORT OP THE Bolts said that be iud no hope of rat whether he or aiea he socat tne The house In South street Mrs. Wilson told Mm she had leased merely to stow awai her Suro in. He denies Having had any Knowledge Halsted was Wilson on the fatal but learning positively she herself was this had been denied Curios me night and he was mined not to denied admission to her presence even by and so ho burst In the He declares that ibe moment he came into collision toe latter grabbed him la a part of the oody intensely to and wild he pulled ibe pistol from his breast ana the rest he Knows pulling it out u off or be trigger he declares himself unable to a her declared that Held the pistol In his hand when he first the brown she said tnat the and for a brief held his There was Uttle doubt at tns as there is aone on's sympathies and could aliasSe Everybody was wiis lie manner in sbe the pnor to and n tea morning of the Bolts declares iwo alter Us Incarceration la aU he bore tae ol Clip sad was injured so that he passed grip or its iras it the Had sad can fca Save aa tis casa THF Jn consequence of tne doomed many mind being to a great extent bed with of his maie accomplice jn It impossible to fix his attention on spiritual and en Monday Bev has devoted nearly aH his time to reclamation of tiie wretched man's went around witn a document by Colonel 01 other setting that was not in a condition to warrant the hope that he would nave his peace with the Joaker w tlw 2lst to ernor aaa laid it belere the went to as also Rev. Mr. two and three o'clocK tho following was received in Dec 10 P. Tt Governor Randolph bus until the last la 26th B. S. About three o'clock a reporter visited the nnd announced tho to the sic received the news the slightest said tne seem to mind It Botta still looked and at length I and then stopped short without the The lau ne had already been apprised of the would All the papers were properly and for- from Trillion by the who tuus escapes the unenviable duty of signing Court or which alone has power to will probably be convened la order to aiford one last chance for a permanent All the arrangements were lor the execution a weet from It was and is to take in the main hall preparing for tion after his death a full of the tragedy Irom The the and the Fraternization of and A A HERALD reporter on hia rambles yesterday discovered that a considerable portion of our Irish outside of Fenian was much agitated by a partly founded on a speculative and somewhat incorrect paragraph in an evening to the effect tuat a fresh and novel movement was abont to be Inaugurated by that class of irishmen who delight In the overthrow of British rule in and for this tion at will be the general public as Is said tne chronicler in the soporific journal alluded certain of the Irish residents In this city have resolved on a for the emancipation of sad he added that time-honored method of ing In Ireland By way of Canada ana the River country Is to be and the next fort is to be made In a more direct So the and marvellously movement has been A bnt are some men who cannot Keep a strange to and so tne journalistic been able to get at least the outlines of the new Tne project the establishment of an Irish republic by first creating an English This idea It entertained Dy Irishmen here for some time but the illness of the Prince of Wales has Hastened the action of the We are farther toid that secret meetings of leading Irish patriots have recently been held to discuss this and that It has definitely been decided to send tions to England when the news of the Prince s death 13 received for the purpose ol completing the alliance the and Irish ana furthering the project in do you say to General saiS the HERALD reporter to one of tne or the recently arrived who is still active ana leading at tue same time producing the paragraph above IS TEBY IS said the the first we have nevei really to decide Here form of government tne people of Ireland shai have in the event oJ their their nor do we even to win their for Tney are to work lor that and our business is Simply to render ail the moral and matena aid in our so long as we ao so without violating tho laws of cannot arm any alliance with the licans on that The Fenians in Ireland and Great Britain may do that If they I may risk the assertion that the ining Has been done or attempted long before But even though e had entered a tne OE Off conM have no Influence in the manner aa you read in your the leaders of the republicans held a meeting in recently acd decided against like action in case the Prince should H the republicans rn England did decide to act at once I feel disposed to assist them as far as In tte strong hope that their success would be of vast Benefit to all the people of the United Cm: real after is against the oligarchy of the British Islands and not against the who never now had u in power to do poor harm or much and whom I do not hold responsible for the injuries that have bean done us as a race anu a nation by the rulers of As for what ibis paper calls the time-Honored method of freeing that s THE ORIGINAL of the original and now only Fenian was to aid those who endeavored to sei the form of government in oy sowing tha seeds of revolution in the heart of tne British in what ara known as ths British The Invasion of Canada was only the project of a number of misguided men who seceded from the Fenian hood and who gave up the idea not but over a year With regard to the Red River movement the showed very clearly few since that the Fenians had to do wia we certainly do not omit taking the expected action of the English I have s strong faith in for when John Bull gets tue notion of a lution into lus head It is very to him out of it and to beat him I expect THIS ENGLISH to come toa head sooner or I think It te aad i feel the Importance of selves for I may tell we are hether the death of the Prince of Wales will Hasten or retard thai movement I Eider to be an entirely open On the you caa see are now more vigorously tban ever before in what you may bo pleased to consider a hopeless we are i but -a new as j about the ol lo i ts would not ba the first Hrne wo did abont tna F onr ordinary council meetings have recently been more frequent than but not more tto use of yon have reporters ol evening who caa ana out seems that have any existence at all can a crand secret out of Truss everybody has FBEE COLLEGE CITY AND Affairs at flic ETo Quorum at the Officials at the Comptroller's of Personal Violence to Comptroller Green Clerk Strong Men Weeping from Connolly's Casa and The crowds at the Court House and uity Hail were not very but they were fearfully In Ko stated meetings cad been except that of the Board of and by this Board no meeting was as there was not a quorum Tne meeting was called for two anu at that tuna the chamber ot THE OP was occupied by only a few members or tha Board aad a number or 01 the Tiie Mayor was not the ivas not suffering now from a severe family affliction in the loss of a favorite was not Supervisor being bly too la he could oust Tweed was Super- visor being an was not Supervisors and one ot two others were from eome cause or on handsome as good-natured looking aa any one could at his Industrious over a copy of the at his wno has been growing fat since waa who has been growing more and more his was at tne desk j the venerable CharlocK and the solemn were also and that was Major called the meeting to called the found there was not a quorum and tne Board was thereupon adjourned sine tUe. The meeting and adjournment were done np so that those had any claims or bills ttf be presented had lime to get into room the had AT THE OFFICE there was the usual crowd of callers for their The pipe men and the large pipe men called la full They thronged tne and after a time were referred to tne wealthy Clerk or whose shoulders and sinister looking lace are abomination of the poor It might have been supposed that was j within a lew minutes of the appearance or tba clamorers a number of police appeared as if In the mam office there was no dis- bnt in the Auditor's room a small delegation every one of evidently felt inclined to A HEAD 6BZ2K OB They were not particular tney one or and were rn the humor to do some serious wort The special gation was the Croton They Had received a portion of their pay without cavil a monta or two but now told tney must make the lorm 01 affidavit so that acting Cady should allow their claims for tne balance due them from their former Mr. Green was somewhat cool toward but one or two stalwart looking mea blurted to him tnat It was damned well for him to RO noine to his good supper in ins nae mansion tney their families were actually he sent for Mr. Cady to nave their claims As soon as Cady they opened oa aim witb being the Immediate cause of severe They imputed to him a cursed canine and told him quite plainly that it they could get bun the OL tee room they would HUT SOWN IBS HB round shoulders became more rounded as an Indignant man's clenched came in too close proximity to prominent his usual pallor ne retreated a step or two behind the counter and looked fully toward race reflected most the shade irom the sheet of which he was supposed to be making or three of poor fellows actually WEPT AS TOLD TALEa tne others gazed at and his abettors a stoical mingled witu aa Dle determination that boded no good to the wealthy one of the men assured officials t aas they were Killing reform they not audit and settle their declared that on placed oa j on statement would nave ana leU TUB mm wja all Bnt i j ot up acre as 1 and prayed IDE OI dCT Bl tbS ten year gooa aaa loia ras my out u i ciant aumoe Ms ol animals Us more on account ilic variety in Toll of oa or 27, fit m of am 3i< 13 they Tf never flop lone 10j3 unborn Jn ISO ihe personal It was now lime lor ipc iad Ills A 3S TSJ JAlL In ihs af with a lie no lis 5s tell JDS Tae lor Woman evenias A lair was assemblea at the So. 3S5 East exercises opened the aeir Free as Ks aame Ss lo lo a perfect medical A wu bs w ibc sna so wnen consist ol ins first too in ol of L ol llo coming team frill oe in Jn ISO aaa fail stven w A IPO during tte winter JOT ol practical ana lor irin The college M to ins of suts ol Kie ol Sew aar SOTEO property to tire old lore that born wora can properly SD in racJi a casci ic so ihs ana iea of His aa 3w to e's IS SSW 3SSSBT, forenoon a 311100.. BeJa w te one ol ftss of Sergen lor ths wAiwat to Via ol wis to co before tbe Sew Into a ana in a few procured an to ifie weapon o swoop ana 113 lu we A man was rashes to Brown's and ws men spite or was keeping tne money away from Taey were finally quieted and an inent made to pay them In a feir AT there was of any interest matters went on At the Department ol Parks a waa said to be but despite tna boasted the meetins was and no record of tne business could be At ths Department of Public Works the collection of water reois was about the only business transacted ordinary army in want of crowded tha several waiting 8UU remains In His or some or say they do not expect any from tiie Learned Judge at in relation to the tion ot tue end of the while somo of the others confidently expect a decision In a day or two at the In. tne meantime ters n Ludlow Street Jail THAT POISONED to the Up fourteen A Verdict of fa tie second Dec. 13, The closing argument for me in the burn cace was yesterday afternoon by Attorney SeaL It waa a ana convincing Hie to be a career guilt Mary Jane he at the age of sixteen and poisoned at the eze to ild of ier ol tq prevent tie wife of conn room was densely crowded by a deeply and intelligent among was Dana only juror ol the trial ol Aaron Creel is la his bnt he is m possession of 311 als Ha Is to Judge wao 13 tna Is weU in Western literary as taa of ol The charge to tbe vras 3ecsrt-iy elaborate attention belaz io taa of in- 1- was set up as a plea m tha out Safford Slat the Court of and lie theories ox of tae oe tta for ae According io taoss s ledge of ae to ate mem at Ute timo me dins iraa the bility ny 019 iaws of rearea at alae aaa His COBR took a to be nsu time doras jury for cigars at 3a4rg alter mi Jo any mns as Jury a of marker ta xi lass of nearly i rowW a tion lor a new aaa Jcase set tna log Jor the sd ol is only one lor in tno in the Jor 3tfe, pa of tag aca Ore prisoner was to jalC lu so asar the nun ao em Ee tacus ate apon ilic nnd tras lea 07 ss If oy wow on iaa only on cmM ito of sa first In lie ol a few laa It 13 loo guilt of Mary ji u 13X5TOF3 33S43133SB, oT ua lias nn eje 10 ran mala lw Common lias tns to trail of P tie wloss w iSs Js Ttc ara in aassi
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