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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 A LTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER  I Q(Wt IODG.  ii! LEO AJJOAL LIFE  Result of the Amours of a Pennsylvania Man.  HIS REAL WIPE RUNS HIM TO EAr.Tlt.  PAPETERIES,  fBOX I*A PER I  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  MF Put up io Urge wh'te envelopes, IO sheets assorted, of * our best stock, with K J nvelopes to match. Only IOC per Kn~ velnpe. Also:  abir Ooe quire hoxua, containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c |> *r box.  MF These Select and .Superior Writing Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, Include the following popular shades  WHITE,  CREAM,  P E A (J H,  I' It I M It 0 S E,  IRISH HON I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT.  ELITE LENOX L1NENE.  MF Our large quantity purchased of these .SELECT Goods, t ust)Ifs us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all P Apetalies have advanc ed from l< r > to 2. r > per cent.  Give these Goods •% trial and you will Hod that they are considerable less in pries than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  0. J. Degenhart,  101 and IO.'! Third at., Alton, III.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OF -  Lotion for Chapped Hands,  Good Cough Syrup,  Perfumed Cosinoline,  A Good Healing Salve,  Nice Sonp or Perfumery,  -rn- OO TO -<r-  MARSH’S DRUG STORI FRANK BUDDE.  -o— RETAIL I)CA.Ll:K IN o -  Wines and Hiiquors,  —o— AGENT FOR -o~~  ANJ IKUSKlt’S 1IOTTJL.KI> NISKI*.  Good* delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast cor nor of Belie and Fourth its., (Raibte’s old stand.) Alton, III.  Choice Brandt of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  AH,. It, agin* for Forgive,,#** .ml Prom-Ut** to auk. * (’raper *'• S*tlr« t«, n llitoni nu.I Nearly Hit,wa lh, Toh el HU llr.d OW WUU a dimity  PMal-Hu* HU WU. Caalra.d Hor  ktitpirimii,  VVravrk-towN, Pa, Not. t-A pistol ■tot si 3 o’ckck In the morning nit meted Mr*. He nry Irwin* and bor two daughter* to the room of Mr. Irwius. They fore ii the door and found him dead in a pool of blood, with a large plato! of the cavalry pattern iu his hand. TS* top of UU head wa. a I nice, t blown oft, and (her* wa# every Indication of a most deJUwrata ■me! I*. Irwiu* locate I bar* afaint ten years ago. and wa, regarded aa enterpris ii'-, "bl* and wealth? He erected a nu iii ler of building* and seen red a controlling intercut m Mal {An’a lumber yar«|a, the bittiness of which hr (Ioublad. In bis domestic Ufa he was considered very happy. A change occurred about four years ago, amt „„ usual there ta a woman in the cass She la handsome, of course, to all appearance* a lady of culture and weal h, and she in vie herself * h me (ti h neat cottage In an adjoining town. The?.* was soma in eatery about her and to this was added the scandal of an intimacy between her and Irwins that Hod in his neglect of hit family aud bi* busine**.  K olio weal by His Wife.  Frequent absence, f-om home on the part of the bn-band, a. met I me* for a week a* a time, dually aroused a ii. pie on in th* mind of Mr*. Ii win*, After preparation* for a week’* absence he left h ,i,ie Thurs-d*» MOH, but was *hai!owed by bls wife and follow,d to tbs cottage of tbs woman ref .Trod to. She secured admittance to the eatage, cleverly d -guised. and pm-Ie ding to ti* in s-arch of a c a ta/** f ,r •alc or to rant. During the c nvrr-afton b t wen th* two women Irwin, .nerd the [»nriot wiiete they were, but did not reign 'ti his wife As bs entered the woman occupying the cottage said; “My hit* hand might perhaps bs a bis to direc you, but th!, boo-e i« nettlier for rent nor for sals." Mrs Irwin* wa* unable to control herself nu? longer, but rising to lier f ci threw eft the disguise and exclaimed: “Your husband, mn lam!"  He Meggett far Mere?, quickly drawing from the folds of her dries a small cowhide the used It with a vengeance on the pair, The na-* led woman ll d for wifely The confounded bust*,od knelt and Implore) his wife ic siv* bim Iron further day race br iv turning boma atone*, proml dug to follow her aud explain everything to her * it inferiority, him went home and in the eve dug bs appestat I of or* his fan* by Hi* two daughters. Ursa* aud Killen i.gwl re.peigi?*ijr lh aud IT years, left (he ish.ta where their rn * aer was as bs eptervd Irwins told hi* w,f* he wa. tug we ii enough to discus* th* matter then, bat would do to In th* in <rn ag Then Ii* went to hi* rn nu, and th* seq ae. ba* already besa told.  I '<rests el (exposure.  Irwin. I-it a touching 1*1 lrr wherein lie conf I-** *d hi* wrongdoing, and Justified h * w.ie iii th,* oou*c ah* had takva. He sai l that, Im had allowed himself to fall uu ler the domination of th* woman at 'tie oust age, who had use J her power over him II* had rented and maintained th*  . .nag-- for her, and had rhdtod ber at th* tim* ofth* denouement of hi* *vd roman,* to i«,y her IMW that sh* had U«* iii cuded, with Ihr.-at* of eapoajra if It "•re not paid Th* letter also I. in ie, J that the sutcid* was financially ruined,  It to stat**! that Irwin* wa* not in debt beyond bsavy mortgage* ou all his prop arty.* opt tug hi* family home. Irwin* wa* f>4 year* old.  will a: a bn cat ouiloing  La* lug the I wetter atone of the Wtsu’i tv Mild'* Temperate** Mn tiding.  ( ut, aho, Nor. 9 —-The foundation .torte of the Woman'* World's Temperance Temple, which Is drs'riiied to be tbs trysting {dare of the temperance advocates of th* world, and which when completed wilt be, next to th* Auditorium, one of  TDE VIM DM  Seventy-Five of Her Grew and Passenger® Drowned.  EIGHTEEN PERSONS WEHE SAVED.  THU RUILDIKQ WHRT CIM PL KT El), the largest and most imposing structures In tit* city, wa. formally laid Saturday with e a‘» rate and appropriate c -e tio nles. Thi* remark a b's enterprise is the offspring of th* Woman’* Tem pern'le,* Building **-■ elation, c m statal < f * lane* angilo r of lad ie* beion (lag t» th* W. C T. I*, and in rymtwthy aith Mi** France* W I lard and h -r pulley.  THE POPULATION BV STATES  A Table That Nhow.    Hat.    Many  There Are mf Tm  * WASKI VOTO* OTT, Nor. 2-Th* Aret report on the national population w.t* completed Friday. Sup rlntendcnt Bori cr pr, sent* therein lh • following table show im the popu at log of each *fat» and ter r tory and the in. re is,- * ne, ISHO It will b • observed that tbr aM*a* iitprrintriit, *Ht ha* group* I the *U e* into Av* din* Iona, each or with ii he sty. pre-onIs par-t tau tar cadillo is of (levelopulent. For instance, in the n >rtn Atlantic group ui'inufac ur,*a ake the Ie 11, in the attagen d.vision mining and gras tty ars th -priueipal industrial, while In * mh Atlantic and soot hr rn central group* it )* a/rn ult tire  SOKTHan* durra 41. IU Visit,,*.  Na Ie . I    I    kg,    in .  Mho.    A"* ..iv    HAST,? low*    I.a*.; s    hi .ii*  ta i.    .I V.- 1 *'    » ...    11.1.1 • *    jm,;uu  [in-MUI ss    :*.,ma.v |),    i-a,» a  Elk- i.    t. M- S.*    4, .-6 S. ft.    Aff,***  Wa, .bta .en iilYtpi* usjfi M tot I. • • IT ii*. I Ka* a I.cst,• A A out a (Ti as-) i- t tvi-ius.  st* wi i'.w.t'ou ,    :d.    et  Me Kl,mw ledge at Promt of the Loss Mf I.if* mu the Coat-LaArM KekMoner which (tan tnt* the Vlrtsyn —A DI seel •.tits* 4 un ti.,hi al,mm A tai M*t Kmim Hie 4 ll* ml Ch III ie.,t He, IIL—Two Chitarra Ho,itrg Im I teeth.  i Slew Yquk, Nov. 9 New* ha* been received ac _ the *»ffl • * of the agent*  of lh* 2*p:ini*h l as. J. M. Cebell.* A Co. show the esg'e? of per-'Mi 1 on the •learner Yiseara who were drowned is •rf.'tit;-five, Bilurday morning tbs mar* itiutJ exchange rec'iv al n-w* frog  (  Lot s, D L, that six more of the sailor«  I ar I vet! there, iii'king a total of •dghte-t) -ared. Jo*- how ta toy went J d two on the coal la .«.t •choom*: cag got (•jet be aa, (-ria I ne, I  At hat Hr, trliiHis say*,  J A* to th* cause of the c-dUalon and who ta »o bn toe. Mi*. tVb.-iil ■* -a I Satur I ds? morning; “It « mu Rot I* dr t« maned until a thorough lavrrttgatioa b m bren ma-!* I rom ail I have heard it seems tits! the seVmner w i* ie blam.*, but I do not astert ibis. I wi-h to any, However, (bat the report in th* morning paper*  I fiat 'n • n-"nit wa* shining when the col-J I mum cm warred is »r Mig t ie mo .ii did mu ><p|tear until ll o’eiov ., four hon,a j after t ie <• .iii I»%, rile olght wa* not atomy, bu. it wa* very dart—I tat th-| km.I of tight ta ,»t favorable to these ac* chirms " Mr Caballo* denied th it be hat for* I id .a the survlvjr* to talk to . ret .utv *. bit sit I th« men were so ex I, u '«*tl thit be advised them to go on I fcwnli ,9 CL.tidal i' m tai afd reel th. rn •v * \  COAL.  The Funioua Glibt-pie Soft COIL delivered at live minute* notice In any tit the City. Bania to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinkers or Cinders. Beat Soft Coal in the  Wet.  HARD COAL  In all aia-ta. Delivered at Lowest .Market Prices. Qualify I ^surpassed.  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  ti<:j,iKP1 ion i<; hi a xi > 21.  THE OMAHA  FOR Bl RN!NO COAL, (OKE OR WOOD.  A RAGING CONFLAGRATION  14'..% a  ii<  ag; .9 •  MsIim-  N M.  Ft.  Mass. It I  rn;    -JI gls.lf. Ami, 4  UM •    *  f S. J    1,4 I,-lf  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  Acrtistio Xailor.s and (sent\s L’urniHhors.  FALL AND WINTER MIITS  Mnde to Order »t Frier* LOWER Ilian »«tj atfter THilorlUK Ilouer In fbi- CIO. Geed W orbmanshlp Had Perfect Fit OunranU’cd. Call and  Examine Our Stock Before Buying dswhere.  aal piasa st*.  : '-DR.CROSVFNOR'S '  Bellc&P'Sic  PLASTERS.  WORLD,  fin 'ifs INMOdl PUfTIN M THI wwm*.m  RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK  —— aas.m.    GK4XSVKNOK    A    MIC    ll    A    BBH, BW*». Mal  9% Wa4e at Prsggkas,  Ts reeservs tbs Bsilblvldi  I*K1 KHSBI UU W. Va, No?. I—The fVt«r*burg Battlefleld aud Lind Itnprore-ment company ta the name O' a j oat stock company to ba organfg d bsre, wtth n cap ital tf n it Ie** Pf‘XI, iMt Th* ohj Cts ut be c rn pa ny ar* t )w pre** rest Kin of the Istftiebeids neat Fslersburg, and laying id of bniiding lot* fir suburban re*)-dent* *. At th* ‘Crater’* It Is prop-smit to  • s a bilsh a horns for maimed and disabled Fnlnai end Cottfe<l*r*l* soldier*. Tbs a att pa ti) has options on 9.90U acre* of Lad i.» Lr 1 nos (>•>,,rg* county, on which are a number of Federal snit Confederate tort* which ar*aul! la ««e>l prs*«-rv*uou  t i.»e,„i#r Hill rtssd. for Onlhsa.  Ahi) txv. HY, NiV 9 — Cl <reroot Hill Fr<day tn«il,-d a letter to HaHfetary Nm blo ask.i,g that a new celts 14 of New York city ba taken In It ho note, the difference between the federll c ti,<u and the amnic pat peaaus, aud *ay*>h*t as all the e*tt.uat4** are l»a«sd ugo'i all fair  • laud sr U of rom .tar eon and co ti m th* general accuracy of the latter, th* qn**-ttoii <d a rc-ouot (»»». lo he lo. al in .ta iia>urn mid involve, seriously the r ght* of 1 br stair, an I perhaps tu fglgr- th* (ail.t.aal e aitfol« f th* nation  Th* Tlrgiata ('ran ti I 4 ray.  Noi.i 'LK, Va, No? 9—Enough of the Virginia peanut crop ha* bree gaihemt to fin lush the estimate that 9,01*',OOO bn*bels will be dug this season This cellmate I* co snormous that th‘re baa iwea siglos a panic in .lie peanut market. Ksturday ie Norfolk, which I* tbs largest peanut distributer ta the country, (be nuts cold as low aa 9\ cent* a pound it i« rumored that a tm*# enmpoaed of th* cleaning factor rn In th* principal cit mw baa been formed and have takeu charge of the market  Did Isl Meld th* CeaiereM**  Lott, Mas*,, No?. A.™The slat* hoard  of orbit ration came h ‘re Friday, but tbs proposed coof' nUCO looking lo a settio-| in,ut of the strike of lit* morocco work j en, was not beld, owing to th* |s r-tsuoM-y ■ otth a bleb Mr. Moreland mas er work-u ai* of th* Ko ght« of Lthor, ti,..»t«d j « nm * r ng pres ct. as the 1 *»«fare-,e - wa* in toad ii o < * a prifa'O on* h tw«s >« the ho L i*e*i, in nu, ret lier, an I ,*.• b imrJ  I t-l'r, sideut llefea at ll  I Ai? M HK. Mi. K V. A til lh 1 dent lf apes arrived im iowa Thurdlay ' hi /bt and lh May pawl a visit to th* John* i; >( kin- University ani hospital ii) sggl >h >t hut tis.I wa In MiMXii et ii Ii Cli H.Mii, pr- si lent 1 ti lh Jlonus Hop kl «• university, rn regard Id lustier* eon i ee’-wi wiUi the ri afar fun I bur the c tu  1  C..W.IIU of c Ijte I c-i.i Loa .u th* aou.u  W 9»40f HUfglW* V g\i-‘ t  .44.1. »J Sri.sii  soitn sri ASTif im VMI n Ped bn.*.I ll, * S.tX . .«    *  Md .    I.ae-.4 *1    fi'-.wi c    I,UY    tai  DC.    I ti. rn    %MT' ti    i/> 4    ,«  Va .    I.i-r. II    Kk.itt FI* . M m  W Va    leu 41s    14 .W I!  sen Tar*' 1 r.'TNti, rnvis os. h»v..4* StMMLa . I.*Irt,MU Ultra tto.at4.Toaae.jgt. . ti  ijmfm •.‘i.\.aealt>Sh> si, a  ION. sr I Awl Arr I X .ST, wKsTta* nm,low.  M»»l.. MR.; * a Lege lie* .    # ,«g  Wfo... « .flue I* MO Ida o . tHjii *l«.A4' ! vVa h; Si .kl* 44.W-:    »>: •-»* . .-lim,  ■sum is.Jdit'aia. ..Ijsn.oti n k (Hi «LhHi  Ky  I el,ll  Al . Mill'at  l\ VO  Co.o. N. M. A T. I ta .  tt'.MN wo. nt » «.’* t •at^ad  SITA •>  JA , *4  IT MW Mi. WIX  I AWH  W". TI BI.TOI ;* .ex,  n‘,jm  'I JLS  n;. TTI .9 SJW  * Deer* rn  A Nunlarssi Asaaalt.  b’HAgUitlK, N. CL, No?. A—Copt. J. U MUI*, of Burke county, waa murderously as, an I ted at a p dict teal gathering at Dyari*?i|ir, McDowell county. While It Ii. Mi Call was speaking, (’apt Mills a-krtl hi rn *»nte ques ions which McCall mused to suaver Mr. Mil’* >um altar let • he meeting and walked to theetmo *4 K tward I-It 'brl/ While there he was attal bet t> a torn nattird Yarboro. ex-Ifvpn y Dinted Mal M srshal Fait on, si ,! .bree other*. He waa felled to the ground, «i»d warn down Patton jumped on tdtu a it ti a knife and cut at his throat, making a git »stl, wound J*i«t ladow the ear. Mills I- badly hart an I foam are en-t«riait,e>! for Ina recovery.  -*    — T-r,,,,,, - LL  -WO g| "  • Mfftiimdii    Chili! lit  w AaHlkkTox ClTV, Sow. I—CH’tgrosa-m»n Mason'* little boy, who I a* lawn lying ai t be point of death fmr tweuty four  hon-* with rfifbt her la Is * HI very low. The physiiUu* my that th* little fellow t« Mink Mg a heroic struggle, sad ae he ie a a rn/ and o» tier wise heart v by, there la in ie chance in a burnt ret that he may pud 11,roil th Mrs. Mawxi. who arrived inure Wrdn • lay evening, baa pa-aod tao a ,rp aightg Mr. Mason arrived on th* in4M» tr».id from Chicago, and bot h pan of* are doing ever) thing po-s bie to s tve the little oar. I he boy la « years old and very pr-> nisi ig Th* rest of th* Ma-ott ( hihlrvu b tv* taws aunt away front the (Mitt-sr.  ____  II a, der*<1 la Their Mm?  WKATT.<gT, Cal . Nov t - Frank Ifaeoo Saturday gMSruiag shrd ami killed hts two brothers iu law, Char tee amt Mathew Vann, wt.ile they Mer* asleep in Mason’* house two Hides from here After committing the deed M iso.i A d into the woods arn‘-4t with hi* riff* Mur* shot* were herd, a id »< It I ami he has killed ut hers or hi -elf No etna* gay b< assign* I for i be mn. der ,as 4 -s I ego, pi in-emit), ss Ma on tu t ti.* V..u > brothel* war* a pjw41 i'm * lf on goo! term*. Mr*. Ma on I* ti lag urn 0.tee >u* from th* sho'*k Oft) sr* .rom her* are aconrtug (be woods for the murder r,  Milieu's ram a es riel are.  K svr Yore, Not. A-Tho hun says Milieus fan) us picture “The Angelus,*  which wa* sold to th* Anwr.au Art Mar , Mat ion of this city on J aly I, pew ha* hued «i «i nm* more The negig tai ion- j ha?* only ju a its* corn { int rd in Pana if Mr KL Au-' u Ko ar-sou, repnxw ut in* ! th* Ari a>s.4 >ation. but ll la mn kv*s who 'he (Mirciaaer a, aa th* negotiant’ us  1  have br. n carrted nm *1 It Offilt*, I mr I p f rn ha* mu I Hilt mite lot f>),4h) trail,* <%m against .Wi.0») rn (ear ago  lt»s« .very ag I upp-r Ors  .Xix Ytg'K, N iv M —Cof.pcr Ilia larva foiMi,! , ti .1 tai im at Hid.I,e*aisn, a few I  ut I* - lr im \ 'W Ii a ,•»1 k N .I A I qua iii ) o 1 id v wa- sea, ta thi* city ) or ut.}*, ti st, sui ti —#4. * ID pr< eau . J  .ft* p Cf i e la *w ti iu me VK Itll > { ie in» rn «be , ft 1 ta ar b I Le bop >•* « .1. u, rn vg.»,  , ri swiss at Chili, ret he. Ill* , (aw*# rn Leas el HSOO.o .0.  i roil'a, ilia, No?. 9 At ll o'clock j I* iday night th# city of Cidl! cotta, ien joie* above here, rn ,* reported to bv i» a .mg. Th* Ar* at, r.ed in a livery » a* Ii v, and coon It app tml (hat tit* entlic bn-tnvs* portiua of th* c’br wa* in dan get-or Wing swept sway Th* Hr/ was (Snail, brought ut),ber euatrot at 4 o'clock Saturday mottling, lb* lorn will not fall short of PHAM Uh on which therein oi ly a partial 1.1*111 auca Th* Ihwni Are company wl it an «-ug ne aa ii a bos* cart arrived a' I o', Lick and did nob!* work in keeping tit# Af* ir»m spreading and In #v, ti: natty suppressing It eottrvly, lh*aby is desolate aud will need the help of sister clites  H I tai wa a I rem lug  Kl 0 Al.K. Ohio, Nov a—A si.ooking ac* Cid CUI 111 tit red al a , I casing ou the Co-lumiuts J) Sft wark division of the Pan h >ndic an i ll iltiin >rj aud Ohio railroad* n '*r l*« a-* ii.*, this co taty. Mr* Logan, ••KINI ad years, aud dsu/uver, Mr* Nmi.e 1 Mead, ag,-ll g« y.-ars, at en* p,« I to eros • Hie truck is a buggy A Pauhin ll* (ms niger tram wa* several hour* late, aud a* the ladle* rip -cted nu train th «y start-•d to eros*. J oat aa the buggy was fairly na t be r* *k the engine sir ai k It midway. | burling til* uednp l it* soil yard* and killing litem iuatauiiy. Huh war* Lornbiy mangled aud uiuiil* ed Mrs Mead whs a bride of three months and resided at Pat aah ala  Almost a Trsgetfjr.  JimnKil, VV ta, No? 9-Mimes Katie and ids ZI,, daughter* of Henry Eh. a  pron*incut til.r n of |1,1« piece, wet.  ct eft oiue by coal ca- al an earft hour in th# morning, censed by a leak in the i,calin* drum in their steeping apart* men). I be young ladies were uncoil ■cum* when f, and a younger sutler, Who slept In the same raoia aud near rn window where lh* air wa* md so brev Uy (barged, aw.Os# ami dtscuvrred th# ca,aping gag aud tee .ped The prompt-! ne -a of a po yen tan avert# I adoub.* tragic death.    _  A Mas fis'dnl lo Itrsih.  Da.'.-viIl' K. N Y., N«»v A-Al Wast  sparta a number of man were rug igci In butchering hogans a farm I bey ;  M rre tusk ng a scald w. en ('baric# A  j Thump* ti, losing hla balance, fail heed long ini,, a caidrou of i* biog wa cr i VV hen Isken oni Im presented a fearful appearance, the A.**b dropping from hie  b<aty He died af er sevOTa, boars of lw-rihie agony lie wa-.k ye .r* of age.  Taw Cli I Id rn, Hwiwsd lo Dwaih.  MINSK (ti,Li» Mum . NOV I -A -pet al  to I he Journal from Glenwood. Mini,, -aft; the Lobe house ai Mar buck w* hume I F rid ny night. Two children of he pfopri# or, K, p lit b ■# were iranted to ifaat it Two in her- were an badly burned that (hwy am not ripe, led to live Tim origin af (he Am fa uuktiawa.  Dirt sd Hi* I nj aviso.  SIM Beigy, un, Mas*, Nov. «. Kd**rd C. is|X4>d>«f, the tlmiuait wk • wa* h< r* nbiy bur sri In an lh ft dual attempt to save lh. life of Mm VV d .am L Cobb,  Ort 14, h -a died of hi* Injurios.  This I'rcsehst Is a Hustler,  CHATTA KUDU A. Tv ii ii . Nor 9 —Ste far tho Week J V. C-rnjref. a comte i minister  in burny, wow a so runs a • doon. bali sd a lls iy rn rd. Munday morning he preach <1: 8 inlay aft emu hi ti* bad hie wk th 1 mt I i t I iii bin*'; woodsy night hi- bai harper koocaml a man in Ute head in nig' or,*004—; Mo nixy afternoon he brob# n ne ivy teacup over his Wife’s head. Monday a got mere wa* a lively row In h*« io.se; T teed ny be Ared al a man.  ■iii »viduesday he was before the r# •xmler. ^  hrgrc (.rashlag Im 4i#ergia-Ailania, Us. Nov. a. -A IT year old daughter of hatMler* floaeU, rn bum, hoo>e la in Twigg ri.uuiy, white alima al her h*UH* waS a— iii lad by a negro named Ow. n I one* ’I bay mig lady wa* bra tally (rvafaxl Jones, aho had mad* no attempt loescapa, ooufee-ad. A prieifage wa* ai rn we. I h tx and that wa. to wriest lire ii-UU of the irs* f urn which he wa* in ta. hang d His far y wa* left hang! ,«  {• r I wen> y (.mr hours ll waa thou ru. Umii aud now ta in a f nos corner  T he I s*(i Leaves lur Home.  Niw Voce Nov. A—Th# Count of Par.* ti sd suit.- sailed jL'K home Matunlay ■ae, Ii ox th* 8'frig Ha last smiai ' vi*, fa-.ore ittaviug wa. im Mrs. Gran’. I lo iii* j- r-i.nxi lr-cutis who went on i teated * i*c • earner to im! Mn* hon vox a/e ' he vt|ir«s#l hi* weriiMiai lhaaka for ti** b u, a ani ti..4 auhwu hilt, in Au«#r-ca    I  —fin: ONLY ckw:: Mf—  Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovt Mado.  ll ll A# tv I HI ill,I,I IO. 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