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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. VL I ON, ILL., FHI DAV ^vpvivp erisTmxnttn — SEI' i EM BEH r>, 1890. Made ‘ n th»t House by Cum-ming#, of New York. Pencil and Ink Tablets, An endless variety ut lowest prices. (More tliun so of Ute most popular shades) For l*a|>er Flowers. Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc. Etc., Hook explaining the US KS OK TISSUE, free ob application. The fver I Ho POPULAR -LUC Mieet Music, (CHAB. J, DKG ICNHART, Hole Agent.; CHOICE SELECTIONS • 'AltKKl’LLY V It KAN <, k 11 Ko BEOINNF.r AND KOR i lia UMH OK TEACH EEB OK rilK PIANO AND ORGAN. FEAKER REID ALSO ARRAIGNED The Affair (he Outgrowth ut the Ka. ‘ llleek '.tlu«" Mrtolnt Ion by < amma The Urn arks af Cummin,'. Frrsmrntt, |,„ lrupl . d bf K-rr H..m eli i i,,. Ii,,,*, Preeeedlwjf* In the Banate—A DL, »t#h ta Dan. Barron dla's Widow. Wamhkoto* Citt, Sept Im the b<^Thu«d.y senate NII was passed lo rataidish a port of delivery at Sioux City Iowa. Cumming* of New York ricing to a question of privilege, protested In* ‘It! nek listing” by the famous (mutation. The gentleman I hops tick Waite, by.......... Fly Away un lop, by Gertrude Dream Waite, by... Im pm lance (Banjo Galop), by In th? Sunshine, by .. .,...... Jack Fitters March, by..... Moment Musical, by ....... Playful Ronda, by.............. Russian Grand March, by "tarot Affection Masttrka.by Shower of Roses Galop, by..... “ M Waite, by..... Wreath Waits, by ............ Ac., Ac., ac., .. I»e I Aillt Wallis, Beethoven •Htreabbog .... fang#. • . Knight .. schubert. .... Greene ....Francis Hartmann, Htreabbog, Ac., .. Glee# Ac. Third and Piasa sts. . ALTON, ILI. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VOCAL AND l.NKTll UK XTA I.) tor a Hopi. OUR SPECIAL TERWS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. < atiiloirur I*SEK on Appllcu-Hon, or >lnilf<| FICEK to AUrirexs. liny Chas. J. Degenhart, ThPd and Pina its. - Alton. III. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS FOR THE— St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. Haw Black Pi am oml and Asbestos Roofing, Building and Sheet- Z wuw Spr * ,in * Pu “‘>'- «•* »— f:io umps. New Home ©•ch. Agent* for the Celebrated Stater Fan fasoas. against Cannon . _, . who bad of ered the resolution had made unjust Im potation*, and In making thew, imp,Ha wjs be hod falsified th* record and black li-ted himself Ile then proceeded to maka an *ttack upon Cannon, comping him to the noted Tiunvilte of the French into lutlon. In support of his recoin lion the gentleman from Illinois (Cannon) had ap pealed to the record. Tho gentleman fr, is iowa (llniderson)had aecouded the gentle roan from Illinois, and ha,I used the word sneak. There had beer. sore sneakitig done, as tbs record indicate! The record showed that the speaker had -»— - The Speaker Arraigned. h suey tl»e great chairman of the great amrit** on appropriations, the su, "•■■or of Samuel J Kandall, sneaking to i... „f S.tStaCdSS; refuse*! to the house, and epoo this Ma* baaing a (alae accusation against his frl .“‘ e “ L * Pa w ns not that an sot worthy of fiunejllsf He then proceeded Of Th***• and the majority Of the committee on rules. This rn .focitv composed a triumvirate almost ss power afler^hJ iU* 0 ? T, b ‘ 511 bf* Brier the asm*vin*tlon of Julius Cmsvr. ' hen the house met in the morning. Mark Antony recognised Lep'd.i* or Oo Uvlous aud uobody else All tho I eg Ms tire meat was cut aud distribute! accord log to m pranrranged programme. Frequent Ie terre pl Ions. W “ fr «l'»^ntly Interrupted ■L HIl st"* * Ud Kow * ,|, « 11 ll ,m*i s. roo a V** f 04 "' be Was * ««*Moo of Lite? I! Pti allege Cummings proc .bd wit h hts arraignment of the tpeeker. but after frequent interruption, asked nm. a I mom. consent to prim tbe remainder ot us remarks lo The Record; but this coo sent was refuse,! by Kerr end Dun net I. Cenmm remarked that lhegentlen.au printing a speech under the falseprataam of makings personal explanation I "muling* -That pretense Is not ss fa.se as the pretence by which you smug gled my name into that blackit*!. Another interruption was made bt Kerr lh,s inierruption was protested against by Hiount, of ti orgla Not twenty four bourn ago. said be. a genileman on th* other side wa* permitted to arraign a mu. ator of the United State. Chnr.on-1 call the gentleman to order. (Laughter.) I ha gentleman from G#or gia can MN lake the gentleman from New i ork off the floor. Bb uot-Ieeterday a gentleman ob the other aide wee permitted, la violation of • be rales of the boose, to arraign a sens tor as a felon and to arraign his ooilsagt.e, for associating with a felon. ( simon—The gentleman from Georgia bae ao right to state a question of per aonai privilege during the time of the gen tleman from New York. Biouiit THE NEW Y >RK CENSUS. Bm per In Ie i,<l rn I I*., tee S.„ n,.,.* ,, w# U.a... M fur • Iteroant. VV ashim, ros Cu r, Sept. I-Concern-log the reuolutioi. adopted by the New York board of sideman relative to the population Of that o.ty under the recent enutm allot. and deman ling a race,nt, po; erin undent of CVaeua p orUr In rn, Inter. , v that there * np MMM Whatever fur or la riel a recount in that evident" •**'***& ail tho collateral shirrs 1 ui Join f, The ottclal re T SS* "V* ‘ V,v * Tv, cry When PU.mailed will probably g,v.» an ex id on* 'Cv’’r It? > h “ r m “<* i'Morow during the r d 7 r " r ‘ pl “> - -«• BBl.cipated NO 78 Outrageous Case of Barbarism in the Keystone State. Polities ret Mo f igure. **•*•«*» of the city baa en-. roached upon the residence quarters, lh* residents have found home* ta what might al rn, nit be called suburbet, towns adjaoeot to New York in New Jersey From the return* already tabulated iu the tfetTtW?? ^ Ver T '«*<>.. to be Hove that the malta ef the New J#r*..v •wans will in a large measure expiate ajiparently small Increase in New York HrLkl A “ h ! crt '* m ' of nfmrl r « I*-' In i ,h ** • mu rn her people who carry on busli.ee* in New AWFUL TREATMENT OF AN IDIOT. He rise. , a Crjrtuj n«by MS the alar* sod Is In Turn Fr«gh«f,|| r P„„u h ,.g br Hie Pe rents- <y*„ i resin., a Kan*.•* Peee, ',*-r n Hand Pep* Sum ,4 ins , .f.av«sl aim! 11 In-if if* § * COAL M •I « bite H i (I att ti Hep! 3 — A hpeels! to it*. Iron. F,.*t Llv(>r|M*i|, Ohio, VV »r I o,me* fr.un Walkers, a small bs!weep thi* place and hare sought homes In Brooklyn Firm The T ii •a re ba ii. let sit lier al VV flUri.li*, i,f % c««e ti Ii if Ii* run» cruelty wl.leh oocnrre I theread ty„ r two nun! Kus* Glass I.v,*« there ai.-I work * in the sewer pip* work< At , hfU p!(|| ^ Jh< w ^ work* in the gb.»s factory in this cit. Hoi Ii arealMS'iit front bool* through til* day an I the bod * is KL i , t s,. r „ r . of their young «Mldrt n I hr youote.t child ***** BO I the « :,.t I* a half witted Ii y .lout It the > ca Moll. it hile par. It s ..ere away, «s u*oal th# ».any lw»*ame fr.*:mi on I it.,rh** & JSJsiUKMarjS! ffsst tsszz •«d up the cantus in N *w York Ll. * !. l ! * ’* H,or,! * * 1 h -*l i ROMANISM AND THE MASSES. A Wetemen. I.. Idretlfy Tkst Churek with Their Improvement. lox im ix, Sept. 5. —The movement of an international « h.iracter to idenUfy Roman Catholicism with the Improvement of the rendition of the masse* is tusking Vapid progress, and attracts Increased attention A number of the young Roman Catholic leaders In France. Haiti rlaud. Germany ^ 'WI V -,Up *‘ *e«ur,dthe adhesion of a large party at Va:lean. The younger member* of clergy are practically unanimoas the the in SSkaJKZS 0f . ,b T which EL I T' r , th# “ b of lh “ «Sw ays ♦rn by in,uh ating the Christian doctr „« of now of profit. regard the pope la spend In the study , - - krtatlan doctrine mutual love *, l( | for»M*araii.e, and •Mi d Involve in practice the votuntarv D-b <ru*hinent by the in ploying claes#. ill many in-tai„ e*, of ad. .mage* c r. iderod Ie .it im ate so..-ce* • •'"Ohs rn.UI.le Hie cl .reb Khem^ as vl*i mary. T i"K sev ral hour* easbdt/ of x-ciall*; h elk * and .^.fl ,t*. with a view to en.'oxlylug hi* cm. U, iC .. in a f ,rth Baning enctrrin- .I SUFFOCATED IN A WELL. Three Mea L«.*r I «.e. r Lire* at W ee» Hew llrl(liii>H, a. J, Xkw y-.uk. sept. 3-At..ot 4 o’clock lh urn. lay morning Job., IR lion, a laborer went down tup. a writ which he b»,| Iwen eM^ »ge I to Clean OU toe property of Rate HH ion. I (en,lemon uv«*:m**. West New Brighton, s I. Af or bi. being down a * '"rf floio and u U l ,g noised he bad etopiwd work Ti..hush Hbeehan climbed ihrbL. t# wuT hl, ‘ T' VT m * tu,r wlfh wellL . nee ting the bottom of th# well Mieebnn Wat.anu by the on look sr* rtr '‘ P hi* h •" d f,li, ^rav.iy to UK bottom. A mail named Fleming then volunteered to go do rn and rescue the J3 "T »»U way down but ,IW B 00 ** • little way when be gave a cry. Girt*a up his hat. Is an i fail to the bottom After scnp- difliculty aud no lit Un danger k *Mt and hook* were aerurad rillhlf* h**. 1 ° f th * m * u wvrt pulled to tlie surfs,* all three having been suffocated to death by bm! 1 be well is twenty foot deep. *e .raged the ace I in* until ll wa. buro-I m M horr:t,Ie nu n-r TU# Pa raw I* War*.* TI.*., th# V ben the mother reigns# I home it. th* e.enmgaml heard from oilier chil. I ive what bad happened, ri»e bared the Uh’* LTL. T * • tr «P. OB th# end of Which was. buckie, boat him until biol . W<W c< ’ ,r^rtH, wit »* W<eal aud twin see. Later, when the father return,*! Bon.# and wa* inform#*' of wlmt hut occurrad, be stripped the U.y. ™ ,7^ LL 'V *!“** nt " i » to gh ir.7l l? > iu -ver.d placid searing hint terr l»,y at every touch The L’ 1 7 0 . . P ,a!! thort, ‘** »>«,'«"« of th. af rair, hail the parents arre. e l The Famous Gillespie Soft OOH, Herod at five minutes notice lr r.i.. Gty. Boma to n Clear Grey Ari '•'n or ('ludo, s. Bes. A.ft c, al in W. st. i!r- qtJlfi -*i*> Cf lh lithe HARB COAL Iii all Prices. n / *h, Deliver, d at Lowest Quallijr UtiHnrpawidl, Market; THE work OF WHITF-CAP9. Preacher timmr It over his •>ut end th# ripe to the pommel wa* gases up FINE LINE OF Oms. Bodies and Sjrioe laps Sw u>« Hot UOAI) CART in the World for SIO. . * »» Bot stating a question of personal privilege Rut there has be#., . continued Interruption of the gentleman hT Bl .?* W . V‘ rk ’ * Ud * a * ffurt 10 •upprees Bim that I have never seen attempted be fora, and which in the light of the iran# •••ta* of yesterday Is sxossdingiy fMMtaft Btepirad bf the •weaker. Cum in tog* then proseeded with hie • |*e**ch, and at the sud of an hour we* •topped by lh* gavel of the speaker pro ten, (Burrow., Bland of .Missouri made the point of order that in speaking lo a question of privilege * |entleru*u was not governed by the hour rula The speaker pro tem overruled the point and Bland appealed Cannon moved to lay the appeal on nu UU., .od on this motion demanded the previous question, but Bland protested that he waaintltled to the fl,a, r nm id applause on the Democratic side. The spraker pro tem. recognised Bland a right lo the floor. Bland fielded to Cum Bung ; aud, notwithstanding a ■rtewss and th* Ow I ll oil aa Ba ut A .Sept I —J aeq tie* Constant, who was ssatcttced to death at the Vusgss court a«*lie« for ta arder and robbery, wa* guillotined W ducally st Kpiual Within fallen t tis body was handed «v»r to Dr. i||#y, pc.-fraw^of physiology of th* family of Paris and Dr. (’..ntnrter who awaited th# arri •Bl of th# body in a room cloes to the •eon* of egerutiou. Dr. Oley *ta«e.l that br wa* abl# to observe the heart beating b r six minute* after be hail received the body. hi# experiments proving that thr contraction* at tint ventricle* and a uric Im ara independ* at of each oilier. This is the ll rat time iu the history of science (bal •urb an experiment has 'wen mad# on a human body. •tea.., Nae Mentally Denim by VI ,krd Mea. Kansas City, Mo, Hep, a., whits-taps «etlueoday a gut so brutally twat nod maltreated J. Z * frmrhsr Who live* tn a lonelr fore# id womls at IteBo, Kau,, that I.* bf# t* despaired i f. rive mounted men, draped iu white and with loug peaked cap* on their heads, surrounded thim prober*, hot,*#, sud a* be refused to open his door they burst bi. A gunny sack wa* tbrann bead, and be was dragged ■ack made rest by a Of the saddle of one bf the party" ami dragged through the wood#. * distance of mile. the hone g dog at a fast gallop ( ae*# of in# Oat rage. After .muring them wive* a. this man n#r until they were tired th* Whir- Can* ripped Kail th naked and fastened him to *nt ground by means of fork# ! stick* ho. •rm* ami leg* extended aud brat him mercilessly Wlth MHhan •eft un eon ac t, >i* a,,d bleeding, ami wh ,, found next morning was anabia to *pe.k or move. lf. raa.„v#d to s neighbor . h„u*e endrn*. I mal ani summoned, bat it is doubtful whet ber he will survive his in june* Smith I* about B5 years of and the only objection wbi U th Caps had to him wa* that h > bad bm poswl marriage to a widow af ti abo ,» . in the neighbor!, aid. Cly NOW, BEFORE THE B G ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. I Kl,Kl*) HIX I-; nj ANI) *>i. WARM AIR FURNACES! ^ ^ ^ -A- N13 HOJhT COAL Bg#. Whtr# To our friends would say we are now ore na rad u. po. old OOM. aMtataetlM id EFSSZZJBl nncea always on hand. guamnuved. in fwurai Brid rat* Secondhand Fui- Hardware Farm Machinery, Alton, III REDUCTION SALE SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADI-) TO ORDER. PERFECT FIT ARD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED -AT BRUEGGEMAN BRO (Successor to A. Brueggeman-) Artis ic Tailoring and Cent’* Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 Pinna Hi reet. S, 11oui K. TT thr .leaker pro tem rmogt.ixed tavgeBtiemau from Now York. who pro (•••ltd with bbl aperch. xraal# Prof-eedinga, Tbs tariff btl, was taken up In th# senate Immediately after th# reading of th* jour na! under th* ograemcat limiting discos sum on each subject « fly. minute* for seth senator Tbs presiding 0 flj^ r , n nim need that general • I* bate on the bill bad cl, sad with th# exoeptloa of the raser*,.ti,,a of th# day when th* Abri rote t„ to lr taken ami when three boat.’ tun# I# to lr a Hem #d to each »i,i* Gibeon withdraw tha smell,ltnSnt offer* I by bim on Tuesday lost and offered another, striking out that ochedale and bu boti tut lug for it th# auger provisoes of tbs Mills hill Th* sugar »c bel Ii lr wa* laid Bald* I n for wally and the Vhtott mamtfacturars' " schedule wa* taken up. ArasB-lments ta rat ut* the rsfc* in various paragraphs ,»f th* sr bwt a I# were off# rad by Democrats and were uniformly rajsctad. emu wan «iiinn T# Gee. Hermits!*** Wig aw. WASifixoTiix Citt, Sept 1-Act,ng ttee-ratary Wharioti bs* sent the following telegram to th* widow of Gen lier ruodta to reply ta hor masse :• lo th# president .Woodsy evening • D,e prmi • tent (lustres m# to agy he ba- r#r. i v# I >m.r telegram snnousclat thr death ut your husband, Gen. Barruud.a White Mf sympathising with yt>n ta yon* I sflli. nob, hr awaits bAriel drtalls of th* mrrasc* #ra«#ary to detarmiur hi* ac lion in ragsrd thereto Th# matter, may be *-»»red, will raraiv# moat ful atteatiou ” TU* G»w*tIsm af .tyyrcstlsM, Burrow, .Hrph 3 -At the second day’ •mrion of th* I’aitod Ty pot beta# Wedu** •ley Mr. iVttibotie, of Uhieago, for th* conine ttre ou apprenticeship system, pew-scute i an extend -1 report In which tit* revival of Git system in soma form wa* ••tangly ur»ed. on th# ground that such rn I va l wou J tend to utah* better work Bn* i, do sway ,.ith th* labor troubles and bring In a much tatter cia** of no n Wal taco. of Phlla.ielphi<i, presellt.#I a protest against tho re-establish maut of th* ap -pram trash tp system expr ssing the be lief thai the system was a back uamtier and that a substitute for it would found ta tbs mechanical tr^d# schools. be yon car* Kilted by a Melt mi Ligbteiag, Hula xiv, 8 A, Sept. k-W.-dnraday night at 5 o clock at the Riggs farm six tecii "dim south of I) dan I. while on th# st r* w»»* t k at the thrashing uiarbine, Prier IVtersou aas iiistautly killed by rn Iwlt of lightning from an almost Gear •ay i he slack was shout fifteen feet high As th# bolt struck the stark * flam# stared -g si« seel and ll left shote from th# toj> to the bottom of tbs stack th* tike of a barrel, with atdee as smock Bas wail. tWrsou was fount d« .d on U»# stark with bls < lot Ii lug all torn off A Urll • in* V*.«rHsir» Property. iMMlnta, Kept. ) —Th# quarrymen employed on the tat st# of l-arneli struck agaiust tbs employment of pereans ob noxious to titeni .« rn ana (era and over-fc-.-m, th* ground ,rf ohj-etion being that tbs overseer, were si ran ,-era an I per.ou a of ad ffsrei t creed from th* quarrymen. It is underate,,) th*’ Parnell will n* WSt' *hould in# dispute continue lh# it by .cup ration » taut. it* sun Pl) ol [Ufi ig st.ne from these I'uismIlr V.sUsl Lssd* Ie Gen Play. W asmxuyox CITY. Sept b~C». T I tar k#r, agent for « New York shoe firm, tried to sluxri Dr. G"atavus Brown at th# tatter's him*# near th* S'mreham botel Wednesday afternoon. r » l|(i |m C t*a| that bin Wile woe unduly In*tunic wuh Dr, Browu, aud a fen days ego ted I l.#r ne wa# *,<dug out of town for a we. k ll did not go away, but watching her yester day, fem od ber tiailtoff Ut* debt bd at It room*, and as be claims in a .umproud# lug (Msdtlon. Tbs dentist trap!d to rear riattti I wkiiiff the door. Mr Park •npd away w.lb his pistol through the ba ked door. Without injuring Brown A dlvjwraeoit oi.h Brown.. ,-o -i# v . ^lll fuiluMr. Tim® lit of hrri ^1 ti • tlrr**.!, I KNTMM.ta, IU#., ft.-pi. k- Norman A. r ii rgerald was shot and kill# I ben Wednesday night by WUUmm Itaya# in an altercation over a remark mad# by th# dw etsrd • nu, <<rntag rn girl friend « f Payne’s. I hiriwn y«*ara ego a bret her Fiiigrrsld aa, kilted by a •Bocscjrpr.l aud bos just la- „ nr rested, amt (he trials af the mitr,terers ut the two brathers will take pl ic.* at th* •stu# term of n<art VCnItho lalimatr Ktt..»s. ZtXXHVil.i K, G.do, Mo pl. 4 —R VYood budge, of i.4i,dt, arrived in thUrityat a late hour Ty ala, night and fouu i bis wif# at a hotel with VV J D.rrans, als., of Detroit, an-l an int buat# friend <g th, family Woodbridge attw.kvl lojrraus and thra*).rj b in soundly. Wednesday afternoon Wias!bridge n.,-t la,ir#n* ,« the s»r#-t aud hit him on tbs head with a brick ii.(I i u x fatal wiHin l* PITTS & HAMILL, iii 5 HKLLK STHKCT. Foe! I*ley Bu .pasted. Hr I*,i t*, ft.<pt, Grarge Ooml rich, of Idttie Huck, Ark , has luystori oualy diN .ppeond. ll - r.tu a stoambanft on ( iirie.it and Bu -ic rivers lo Missouri and Arkanoav, in.ki i.* b t i bin triers at ( Bia.k Ho* k. Ark H own* I thefteml-I rich botel el th* !.»» n.ui d |d„ e which jterautly I.ini-1. Ilia wire eis.1 famUy j Lvr at HpHxgted, My It I. fe* r ,. j he h«« te .-u murder# i an I rwh’i I 'hot His Vt f# MM* Himself ATW rr»c ' ITT. N. J , ft#pi. 5 -Jeacpb Youn t, of Pi i.iutelphio, #mploy> | ),j Mote At tv ii tmi ii Maim (aet tiring company Of lh a ciir, .hot Ii:* wife et lh# M'aueutia I iwrv #arly 11 orsdsy morning Ile IT S NO SECRET. w. J: ^ b r Kit ,o CARPETS: . I >! ' J r y« lindy Brussel" Ingrain, Art Squares, Hag or Hemp. ■I j IJ *f„ CURTAIJV8: Dado or Plan, | i)1C( , or |* or |j or __ IN RUG-8: Fur Moqiiette, Smyrnii Oriental. Linoleums, Oil (louis. Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ka.tes!'*'! 1 ’*" 10 bad Finest in u .c y them ta to Call frenum whether you wish to buy or not. lipase Decorations. Th# ly bt our •etabltahmwBt, A. J. HOWELL iv Fit IM ll.lt I wa n rn prevailing shades. Most quarries. A l>ls|>«icX frens Minister Misner Washi Kot< in CfTT. Sept ».. Acting Hecvttery Wharton has meal red a dispatch from Minister Mpffisr, at the City of Goatemsls v*yin| that peace would be proriaimwl next wqek, and th vt th# armed farnw were rapidly disbanding Tbs minister makes ap allusion ta the recent shooting affair, a qd Mr. Wharton atter hee IC tbs splsode Carpenters It* laming lo ti ark. ; CHICA iii* >•*; t 4 The carp»-nt<-r»'strike I* preriles !y im. Tbs number of idle joiners *• I* now than et any time dor* tag lbs ta » w# kv previous to th* strike. It ie rat in it.,1 that l«« ween t he old end_____ , m „ . BBW KOMSsinera ar# a'lout l.lu) uuti union 1 lueontiug pessrn mail sawn bk * a*.■ A *i*A. a « . ’ - » . * then * ho* bit))*# lf, in flirt lug, bow*v»r,outy a *'igiit aouad. Ii# Wa* arteried. ' Th# Clin. Ie .sd rn tm due to Id* ai!#’**! 1« g*d iniima* * With n goe.i at th# house WHI Hava Tim# to MrpenA. Nab Yoim, Sept a Mrs Emily Cav sniugh who on tit* evening of July Bl, endeavored ta riddle her art or bu Gland Jct a C'.'v "ouigh. With balteta at rh# roriter of living pie.** and Fourteenth etr *:, was s#atsn«*l Wa ine*.lay to Av.- ’ y# re aud four iii on I u.» iu tins state prison •‘reeh «l a lirwahen ('owbay. Halt I.akr It ah, Sept § — A drunken I c-.siwi et Ogden Mb up u» th* *i Ie of an f Ir»du and fired into GU A It A NTE EJ NO A Perfect Fit, Reasonablt Rates Complete and Satislactioa BO iut portend- tnru #mp!o., *J in. number iff union J 1 bs ex riches, fa la:, y wounling Mrs. c a mea who ara now at work st tit* union itarsi liman Tin-con boy e#ca«vd iu ti«* •cal# of wag*, of 3U, mote an hour is fig-1 dxikuea* ‘ . urad at 4,UUU. About I 3"dor 4,04'areetili J ... >41b bn Athens, Ga , man I ae a Him'iiaU rota that ta ara the date of Ult! H. C. G. Montz. 112 Thirds). ^3 6 £ v .en xasrstt! JKWswaarsKtJaL. _ MKH,. "TVLBK
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