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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL.. MONTiA^F^^EVENINn  Anxious Druggist at Ores-son Springs, Pa.  Abraid T*£ PRESIDENT WOULD SKIP,  NEPTKMHKI? I  * I WH k  WYOMING election.  ReiHibffea,,, larry th* ittat# and »#-  • r* T m <•.! |atr«i a  af th*  CasTKRVR, WA  to ll rn iud remoteness  .-I >. w.. M  H.,.T„,„ bu „ ^  HI- Iii Ort., M.„ .  A I roprlrtr«HM »f  •lr#* ft# fcftfk tim  festooning, flags, bannerettes,  TISSUE PAPER,  lanterns.  (AII HUM and Mmp«« )  SHIELDS, MOTTOES,  AND A OOM Purrs HTOCK or  Tile Fver  POPULAR I UC  Sheet Music,  (•’HAR. J, 1»K(.RNl|,\KT, Sol* Afront.;  CHOICE SELECTIONS PIANO ANO ORGAN.  I hops tick Haiti, by Kly Away Galop, by  Wt uT)i * H allie  Hoothovon.  iertrud® Dream Waits, by Impatlenr'e ffin nK>  Galop),by .«tr*abbog  In tin* Sunshine, by  ..... ,     K   Jar* Frost's March. by . . . .  Moment Musical, by......  Playful Honda, bf...    _____  HtiMian i.Yand March, by ........  Francis  Hartmann Htreabbog  na*.  ..knight  Schubert.   H »arof Affection Marurka.by allower of Koseg (.alop, t,y.   M  "     M     Wilts, bf....  Wreath Walts, by ......  Ae.,    Sc.,    Sc.,  lea" Wha De-  Fresldent’, Mite—Th, neat ber flea ring Tim# ft£sprete4.  OifNstm    p*     fept   I t rn-**,, tram the north west with  *:” :r eath "  S,,,ar<, *>’ morning ren Ti  e  P^I'^Ht’s Stay at thft Spring* more desirable than it bas been for the past week It bm. been storming every  .**"*    restless    and  , gotten hi, vacation. All anoh fear* hare •un abandon od now, and should the ' a hor continue Ana, the week bids fair < til?, * 'I? ‘‘ VHy  °°*  tor  executive  I X' i e     of tbm f<| mily bat,  all pa.ae.I through the wet NMon trite*  [’nu sihHY rlU n * U,f lnconr#,, "* n «* «*cept O the die.' ^  #n<1 thW “  Tl * idwl re ^‘ly  To the .motor’s preecrlptlobfc  Wanted Ie Nae Mrs. Harris#*.  l fiVr Krl<l *y Preside ut  ZEE?** •  b “°"  00 u, *" , '»»>'i»it wii mil  P  7 “ ° U1 A brU, f  a *«P  “Inn lot ?t I** 1 #  tK * l ,r<) prletreae of rh,.  », aa it is tortilla) expressed < j. aire to am- Mr, H.rrkoi, whose „„  tall rt  C ?r fu,| y    again«t the  . Th * orealdent promised to gratify  7  ‘ Vi,lf Mr * Harrieoa to tho Sit Th”* 1  at the vsrjr flr.t oppor 25% I he president learned during Sis  o mhlIT rn* 1 tb# 0,(1  ^ *hor  oughly familiar with the art of preparing • good meal of fried chicken a,.a  Legislate re.  cor-. OU IT’  8 pt 11 ~ U  ta now certain that tho Kopuh loans have carried  u.*    *****  by , »«® tai I.son  I*? X*    ‘wo-thlrds    of  the state legislature. Owing  teleg aphic faclllttea and the  +    of    the  vote can not b* made for several day., but  :rxr d, r u **    *“ m   . b  ,7    27**    * P****** utiroste ma  y.a’ly. Tho Democrats oonoede the  K.tHn^t’- 7 ‘ pUb  l ! ir ' U **  by l » W0  majority. Ko, w    7  lhe m *F»ritlee aa follows:  to. aa a£ ,    U*  Cr ”" k  •»« wS  ftT™     n ""    r.»  Iftt r n :.-J^mont, lot. Johnson, u. ( or.verse aud Sweetwater. IOO.  The »« K |,t Against Warren. he pivotal pointe In the present elm*  The VT ! 0t * * nd 8w »«.twat*r counties, the vote In these district* Ie laruelv  IT*?***  bf,,h ,h ^ <»«•- 1   the whit  P , H    ,n ,SnV  when  lalln f It  0t K ° Ck 8 P n '“f« wS '  •gainst he ( nlnese and rn a He fed a  UUfn   X i b ;;" * nd  »«««* down China out ?h.    ,  WM  K nv rrnor nod called  out the troops lo euppmgg the rioters.  lf  dfiiiiS ON TUB DEAD.  Tri befits t 0  the Memory of Beck and Randall  NO 80  IN BOTH THE HOU8E80F CONGRESS.  Th* Joarnn! af Tnesday. WMsssQ, mm4 Thursday Approved br (be Hoe.*, After Which Tribal*, of lt*.p*et ta th# Wen, or. of th* Late »*n.t«r lier Ii Are I ald Addresses on tbs Late Mr dell In th* Hen ate.  Ran  a vote of I he clerk then proof Wednesday, Virginia demanded  Kraal  photo  Ae., ac.  AT TDK \ RHT  LOWEST PRICES.  ar Call Early to avoid the Hush  Decorate! Celebrate!  THE UTEST.  Thi Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VOCAL AMD IN STSI mknta L) 19c a Dopy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy*  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  CtttaloKiie FII KE on Application, or Mailed FREE to AildrcMN,  1014 103 Third st. cor. Piasa. Alton. 111.  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Pieta its. - Alton. I  eblrken and waffles friends    ’H'*” 1 th *    to  Olegs.    *" Anslan# Druggist  J t* mountaineers are a curious peupl*   1     ! Pr-sir- mt , sojourn here hr  . h ,UI*r„ d# : nUn *^ ° f  P"«h^*.a, the ^rit a r^r r ,h -    ‘•ou.e  st Kl t,    Mccuti vs would prnb  I a«»iy leate tbs mountains Friday Mr  trutK* o?*  <i,1 “ KPnt     to the  I UU U un ^ J rUB1 “ r * ■‘•‘ling, " I her* I, »  J.'*  bHI  lf  tbm     '«    »*    pal* *.efm-e he  thtluib. n^ Nth * drU ‘ f “‘**  Imve tr ti P T^ nt  * fUt * W *L be would  i^lSlTuMtH  loC * t,n « in order to present his little account for nett lenient  sit 7*"* h  * #  fcH^Htlvs Work.  | Mins Alice Manger, the president's afro yg£r« * rr,v ‘‘ , ‘  b r« Fr,day night with  I 7,1 I  ot  f**«utlvo work, which wa,  lai.l before th* president a fur break fast In the morning Th* prinnpai p* rt of  th* tm- —ss con wa tad af commission, to  Amo?* .‘i 7 1 ?  bUU 10  '*■ MlWovod Among the latter was a bill providing  for the construction of a bridge aer. J!  Lsglngton. Mo. Ti,,. president speut some time morning in telegraphic Uie treasury department  in U  G * " v eti,, V h u‘  ,b<, P«®taky feeling in th# .New Ifork money market had •boul HMM. Mi that a.r.Ufj 'n,.  **■*?»  10  it* To* Md b-1,0. .in  •lion thoroughly in hand.  A Flan af Plaral Vetlag.  JACKWm Mi- . Hep, H_ At the m „ t   ®  lh * «*»«M'»tlonal convention  euuIittH w 7  ,tbBr * M °‘ ,n ’  01  *>«*taon I J *'    the committee report aa  inadequate to meet the .mergenry JN ss ti favor of a straight out educational £t£f P * rtT  quallfloatlon added to re-  S wihTIT U  '""r**  Mr  L’amphell,  I _*•*• “Eton, advocated his father’s  Jw^t* f*    allowing    persons  t ol? K  *. e * rt ' ,ln  * mount of  property an additional vote A large number '  •mates are yet to be heard from.  Wash,KOTUN Qty. Sept. IV-The houae H*tnHay morning approvod the journal of I t.esday - proceedings by T—» IST, nays none. Th* needed to read the journal which O’Ferrali of  should be read in full, although the speaker suggested that this would tend only to conatim • the time which bad lieen  SSrtS^L*-* " Ul "“ i "‘ TH, E’ur-  nt H ,r ?'•  Th "™'“r -'"I Vrtdv  were finally n*a.| and approved without objection and then the houw    ° U *  to pay (ta I .tat tribute of na* pet •  --•ry^Uu^H.n.tor lCk o  p*-, needed  » the Kvn-  but  by  of del-  «n>  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR THE-St Lout* Varnish Cc. Fine VARNISHES ami JAPANS.  * Oak Stoves and Ranges  Hlark Diamond and Asbestos Rooflog. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home And White Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agent# for the  Celebrated Mebeier Farm Mm.  during the conference with He learned lo  < nstestiss af iwltebmefs.  urrau*. N. Y., H*pt. IV-The fifth am •aal convention of tbs H witch men's Mu-  lln^b 7T ,cUt,on r '<  No «h America MmJu I  fbl *  r,t y comn.*nring on Monday. Several important amend menu  •motor     nrv     and  7T.K I things to be considered will ^ the death benefit from  .  T,m *  rrporl  ^  (ir * ,,t1  Mae-bw#r«»*y In regard to the Term Uh ut* conference will be mad* and is likely to Ming un a lively a^ik* disonMion.  Insane frnm a ttlww en (be r,r  " tar Hrpbaton Wk, Sept. IV „f; y Mnndy, renter of thi. coon tv. wh wa. injure,! In a street row with ex Cb ut of P'V*  09  ^"th. on th*  **i veil'*^ V t     r U U ‘ ,, * n * A 1 *  r7r •  Wow ou  **»• vat and. as a re. ii It  bel* a mettle! wreck, with little Lop,, of  STZ J U,n, ' r  '• " wrtb  iMtt,trio amdt  7 rtl '    I*'    en Ii ll in.  o armet* have t«en made aa yet, and the  o*bly avert any proaecuttoa.  la th# tenet*.  i JSSTfSEl'r^ of th€  «-  rmiTal the*^ * uln * im Q u, r ""  n I  th ? A“ t,rn, »i wa* re,wl. Offer,Hi the atth* Z " UO, 1 0/  " ,,rr,,w  * nii  condolence  n ad* IT .     J  »<«"fi«ll aud  m**» the npeniug addreea. Brief  • oHfU.ut addresses were also made Senators Daniel Plumb, Mlackhnrn, Col •  Mor K a «. Htscoek, and others.  CAPITALJNEWS NOTES  «M Interest to Bangheldem.  WAMIIMITOV City, Sept. IS. - A sal sun t  ^Tutli r  ‘iV**  Trf "* nury  Staton said to * Bited Free, reporter Saturday after   n  th* department authorise the waive the  COAL.  Kho Ka ti) on* Gillespie Soft COAL dc-  !!"“*' "« “>>"»«•- none, I,,  Ulna to a Clear Gray Ash, uoCHnk-Best Soft C« ut I ii,  Hty.  era or Cinders.  West.  (he  Iii al!  PrlceN.  —FINE LINE OF —  Camases, flames sail Sprws lagoas  Sea the Beat ROAD CART in the World for §10.  IK. JOHNSTON, Hardware Cd.  Hardware aud Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  •trlber* Applying far Wark.  Alb IST. N. Y., Sept U,-Owing to an outbreak at th* striker*’ meeting Friday night fifty throe of the old employ the New York Central railroad applied Saturday morning in pc reno at Ae#l.t«„i Biipcnuieiideut Harrington’s office st th* I oluo depot whHe over IU. nppmrod at the Went AlUny yard* and shope and asked to ti* taken back. All were mid to make applications for ndnstHterueut in writing and when handed in would U placed on 111* and «*oneb]er*,l whenever the officers of th* rom! found In ne,#***,. to employ * man. None w«a taken berk offhand and all will g* back at the com   of lb * «*««'!»• taw.d of district assembly Md ba* vain nu ii Iv c,j|e forward aud asked lbs company to take th* men I lack  A Had Mat* af Affeir*.  Sr. Pin, Kept IS.— It*pone received from glendale and orig burring point, •howa almost a total crop f*H ur , through Hpmk comity, N, II., and a situation far worm than that of ’aw Mayor la.fn.n telegraph* that of the wheat raised go ,er emit. will not thrash out half of the e*ti-m»u> at th* time of cutting, which wa* very low. He report* the name lo be true of the line eanh and woof a* broad aa Spink county and say* tb* ge.eraJ crop ■itnation .,f North Dakota ie worm even than recent report* Farmers have mort-gaged everything to th* full v.h,. . D( , their < milt I* exhausted with local mar chant. It is feared it ss iii n* Imposable to pi,r< horn eeiwssary fuel this Minter.  woald soon various sub treasuries to auie.M- .a  r °”    enfori-od re  bonds *h^?*» *' ,lch .  h ^ m ot  ff° vpn >m*ot  appl ring for prepayment of inter rn. ier*ou. **n bow pre**, u  * o. rf  „ f   15’m« K' r "‘     —i'. th..,  »Tskin!T    department,    be says. U  p sn*, under the laws, to put money on •Bcy^fthf  H,,,, lbU ''    th# airing  rn.nt KrM     ,,,a rket.    Th# depart  *a®"* ° f ,hU  ‘tanonilnution for several week# at I» flat.  Ta y H re a LfM.tr a rn. ^AM.KtiTo* City. Kept. IS.—Frank, of Mlwmuri. Inir.alumd a rebutton in the bourn Hat unlay to amend the rules of  cnvwrt° U ^ri *°  th *‘ * ' iUorum  «m*M be rn-  STI;, J •    provide, that ujnm  * ^ wrum - q**v*  ^JS22lT^f"b?*a  raU 0t th# boa “  or,ti. Tih* ^ ®***F question In Vra . Jd*f    Anally    dlapoeed    of    by    a  f,H h   d  "* r  . T< 7* •'tanibers reepondlng to the call o. the hon** and catered upon  hard coal  « Lowm, Harte. vinal tty Unsarpassed.  CUT KOW, BEFORE THE B: C  JOUR ;E.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TKI.KPI roNR „4 anT,  ale  WARM AIR FURNACES!  I IA It!) AN I > SOLT  GOAL.  Ho fMMalldatlea Contemplated.  < me Aho, H«pt. 1ft. —Th* rumor of a con  •olillation of the Wectiugboum electric ,    ,    —--------- «,.«rau upon  Man.ifactur,,^ company, of Pitt#burg, IL    **‘T®,? 0 * "h* 11 ,M *  •bt! I ullmau’e Palace Cor com pan y «*    7-^"** W not y log uj.,,, th*  U-legraphwl from Pittsburg Is denied £    *    pending    shall    be    noted by the  Mr Pullman aud M r  Wai^nghnum ^     1     *“     tb *    ^ S  SS;, 11 i * b i-  , ’ ri KiB*l#<i from Ut* fact on ruSL *  r * f#rrwl to  lb* oommlttee u    Weatlnghu.Uh,    Jr..    u    in    this    ^  city arranging for th? erection of *kope at Wret.!, * 1  company In It* electrical  n ,ou.r  bu*lne*a.  Aa OM Veteran Drowsed.  VV ash I vu Tux City, Hopi I ft.-Th* body of Michael Bryson, an old Mexican war veteran, an inmate of the Soldier’s Home wa. found to the little take Mar the Mom* friday morning It is supposed thai. cooling home late Thu red ay night. Bryson fell into th# Uke sad drowned, Hevrral  hmrf,r7J l 1“7. t  ,lmi 7 r 10 lhta O0 «  bam ocurred ta this lake within a few  O > ,rn7-I 0,d .* 0l i!r"  mh °  h * Tt  tam  Biany atop* while on their way home.  f%# Killing of Don. Harmed la.   ^ ' Tr •  S * pt  I* - Hepm-! *7  e  MeCrary of Kentucky introduced Iu the house Saturday tbs folio  ! !w».'S^. , S , u~ uu ** *• ,h *  “ltesoi vwi, That th* killing of Geo n* r   tb *. 1  #to *«»r Anapuloo by the * ll borities of Guatemala while on Uiard •n American shin an I while a Oder th.  | P r,M * cl  on of Die nag of th* Un Ital Hulas dctnauda an Immediate Inveattgatlon and the president of th* United Hut*, u  miThTT^ ‘ f n °* ‘"•'ompatlbl. with the public Int*rest, to transmit to the bou-e o rr{ire*ent*tlv«* ail information la hi* poaoemiou conoernlng thi* transaction *  man  attempted to *1*^1  3?i.a.:n"OS  Ara immensely popular boraaso ■rofttrlcily flrst-rla-,, tully warrai •bd itllJ only medium ta nrioi.  I  AnI th# boat ta th* world, and have led  ■ 1 #tl,#r  I**™- ow  b!!;  Tk J * r *    *«  dL*     w111  ■* T#     tm I the  8«k     M Mr ®0io low.?! aud  Ming pay mento or task »Fr« prefer.  #*??,*/•  or Htnd for C *0-afit ut fall lifariaJLa.  Daring Highway Rabbery.  Bm ALO, S. Y., Kept 15 —A bold highway robbery complicated With a deadly ■ •-suit was perpetrated on the North »tr«ei circle at 5 o'clock Hatunlar morn log. At that hour Anth.my O -lToey. || v  lag a 175 fourteenth street, wa* return log hora* from hi* work when a dashed upon bim ami hi. watch and money. A air iggle fob lowwl and the asMllaot drew a revolver and shot Gaffney through ,b* I**!,, ^ then gashed him WI h * half. <i,ff„#. fell and the roblwr emptied hi* pocket* and lied Gaffney to sertousiy injured There ie BO dew to the ruttier  l*-trsf*d ta Thro# Years far Harder  HkitoKT. Mich.. Sept lft -Th# ca*, of th* People vs William London for the rn arder of Joseph Dunigan, an indian, st Boonville, Mich., la August, lag) has bUn on trial for th# last tfcr*-* day* The jury brought in a verdict of guilty of man-•lougbter Sat unlay morning and london wa. sentan^l to thro# year. Imprint roent After the verdict l«ndoa at-ternptmi bu i ct dr with a penknife hut wa* frustrated by the sheriff. I*mdoa wa* fried and convicted in Ii as-ti ,v, uat . about -Ix months ago. A now Dial was granted nod a change of vent}* obtained i ti, this county.  I*,, Net Core ta Arbitrate.  Bi-eTux, Sept lft-The MoaaoobnaetU state board of arbitration baa volunteered to beal th* breach existing between morocco work*** end manufacturer* i.„>       tS : ; ::M.,“:r:«TA k .n“'r«  K»|,ulatie„ of Mtosoepatta.  WA*Hi*«yox CITY. Sept lft. —The oeu  th. I !7*. °    •flernooo announced  VA# I their rroult of the mcoout of tho popula   ___.    J"    Mini,#*    pol    la,    Minn.,    a*    follow-  men say It , « n  u *eltl,.,| , D ()lJl     /**    *-    ••    ‘‘’►Bi  ta fnmacoo and  Beoood-band ft  «r°wl!!"  1     p»y his men na  Im*, and th* manufacturer? must rocog itlse the K. of L. This last proposition the manufacture re will not accept.  TH# It riser 11 Harder Ca**.  MoffTH ffLLu, Iii,., stopt, ll-In the Rua-*•11 mintier -ase Friday Mrs Nsiile Rug. sell, the wife of the murdered rim. fullv   y ibe m * n wh °  • hot ber hn-band. Harley Ruaeril on the evening of J un* ti. Sh# wa.  uo t' moved  * i ’“’ Wen  J*”*® the Mint aad hat worn by AHa-rt Dunham a* tieing th* coat and bat worn  ii I?*     Wl ‘°     b '* ,d     VA* hor ie- while  I (olden did the shooting.  Th# Great f oMMetl af Bed Men.  lh «T<ut. Sept 15— I he great council of the Improved Order of Red Meu  tt f United Stat#* elueed Friday. An ap  peat f rf Has ti,# action of th# Connell of Illinois was laid over until neat session pending an amicable ml just maut. A  I «<-    ™    p"  til# # lr.mea’, t'wavcatlu*.  J******. •**!* 18 -Th* Brother bood of Looomo.lv* Firemen at their w. aion Friday received th* report of the onto mf I lee splinted to consider Chief Her-gent s plan for the erewrion of a bulldUw IO «• • 0 .on lo ob lek lo    tbl  grand officers. If,# commute# reported In fs f>r of the plan. Th* mailer wa* laid over for future disc urn loo. Th# commit tee <m o*m-I It ut! on reported a Bom lier of eh*r,««w Th# action r.Ken JuneW l..» , n  UiKago for the f derat ion of the Brotherhood of Trainmen. Brotherhood of Hail way Conductor*, th* BwithnierTs Mutual Ald association aug I trot her hood of motive Firemen wa* It InreeiL  A Fellar# ob ’< haag#  C mu aud, Sept lh—A notice «*sfan fr  lag that Cbariee Smith ii Co. coaid not Mmt their obligations wa* pasted on  ------------  A  IJ'l'*?  H *‘ ur ; , *> "* mtng The f^| 0 re  olutio,, in*tructing the corm.mt*. on re- blTn Mr K,nUh  »'*• vision of law to frame a law allowing .    wtlveaud    bold    speculator    aud  ■tau-, to organ la# state great councils of Vr+nUiTu Vl'     wb *»*    market  the degree of Porohonto. wa, paase.1.    ^t    Y*^     D °    “ rrU   ‘"" , " 1  —-—    i-    j    mum***    of    Iii#    firm    •    mmmtm    or    Ila  4tif>tii«*f Nt«ifr ft;*Ub»r? la th# Wtttt, WllihN fan bt* ftrritH at  Fo«mu*l», Ore. Hep*. )ft —Tho peat D«’tni» St Co ’a bneket shop was closed master at Fort Bul well, Cat, telegraph,    TT 1 ' 0-     * nd  “  k  reported that  awsi.’s 5s.rs.53  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 State Street, Chicago.  ‘St. Louisa House, 010 St OIS Olive St.  Meatioa this Paper  t ook l«„My, ID* , Itegublleaaa.  UMH asg, Hspt. lft.—Tim Gook county Republican oui vent iou met at Battery D, thto city, Saturday morning Georg* ff. WiUita wa* rhoe#n chalrft .n (Hi the first informal ballot for sheriff J*in#a H Gilbert bed * majority, and when two or three wad. had been called on th# formal one. a motion to make tim nomination by acclamation wa* carried, lamb Butt was nominated for county treasurer by anoia mat on On th* formal ballet for county clerk Henry W tiff was nominated having IIT tote* against gift  v **t for Loll mer.  fled lh# mail, sod after securing all th# registered letters and valuable package-destroyed those remaining. The amount  secured Iff th# robber- la not known,  th# His# af a Pam*!# Jaffa*.  Rat Claim*, Win. H pt ift Owen Asb Is looking fur hi# pretty w*f* % a <: ffuuu in ii,o,*ev with which be says abe bae absconded H# left home g the »«i«| bour  and asked her At * bone# d a note that the  for stork and hie wife f die bim for a blee. which he noun b# reached koto* to demoted, the curtain- do*_ on tit kitchen tabla annotto bad toll him  we^.  {  n<%g  A Yew,tale# «wl*UIe,ttk«aal*.  Atlantic ClTT, N. J,, He|i. ii -Mrs Anna M Adams, for many year- propria trees of the Hotel Ridgway, in this city, bae toft town. leaving various bito ness men hr re lo mourn bar departure to tbs extent of bctwroa U Ojo and tiftouQ Hoe ha# been lo th* habit of giving to her dealers notes and worth tom checks.  Nothing Wrong with the "reddle*.”  Cincinnati, Ohio. Kept. 2A-Tb#pri*  f  son mg of the family of William Hart at  Westwood, Ohio, mrn attributed al the > time to the us* of •puddlne," « pm {> «ra-tlon for making podding- K*tensive re search has resulted in -hoodng thai th, el-*'where -moat likely In the milk. Tbs parson* aff*#t*d have all r-c»vered TW package of pnddln# has sinew bean Maly sa I «.  w #il  M  u#ted by eetlng and nothing wrong was found  Wreak aa tb* New TwdTcetttenL N»w Yang, dept. lft —A# ex p.w*. train on tbs New York Central road collided with a freight jratu within the city limits et T o'clock Saturday morning. 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