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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               DECKMBKR 20, 1890. NO. 112. HOIJROliS OF 'IJIEIXSANF, SHAflEFUL TREATMENT OF INMATES AT MINEOLA ASYLUM vc to i oom mopuly Au Old W.ioilen BnllillnB Jmnmed Fnll of I anil Ten Per- CtoiKlecl Into K Kuom Hur.lly for One Mt-Hnii of iu Case of Fire Heating Appiirutun Dec tlierc centordti of ibe stale coi nn -iiuisot lunacy tinnsfirnnu all mile pa IB is n the Queens eoimu in-line iisvh to tli state asvlinn in Me 11 HI II says lh s on tr vva, i i ice d in v the KiRtntp nr- nilv Hint a room 11 l lie si m HIMI j> In ton i ii asiniins should 'ir to r lie ta e >f bi si t Eve vbodv who has been tlmuiit! t n local as> lei ins has jippiovplor i The courty insinutions me us inne the norsi possible dtstripti >n th p its beided toscthei so iiianj ce.1- tic The Queen's counlj asUuin i, sitnnted at Mintola, L, I It was .Inetted th it tin fifty in de inmates ther of should b- sent to Pouyl kujisie last'Monday Iho Rtipervisors foi some occ lit re ison tn ttrred astn prolcst against the trans 'er One ostensible reisou was that the countv could not stand the expense 1 be to inty bythewaj is nth i n inch and if permuted is read v to spend 000 on a new Im l iln for the insane In their the supervisors went to ex O.stnct Utomey D and en gaged linn to furlu the cast Mr Down IIIR Bolicite 1 a conference vith the com- mi-xioners It was relnstd on the (.'round that the law via-m and the pa- tients must be removed without palaver in lact, the commissioners have threat ened to get out, mandamus Last j ear the conimiss on nsiticl Mlneola nil made report seveiel, reflectmK on the Ins it ition AmonK other things they found ih it five, or six alien ts were cooipdled to b the in ihe same witter Iheasjlnn, H Over 100 years old and was foru crly the county toiirt honie nnd jul It is a tHostorv wooden edifice, built without regard apparently to olan) comfort or c nvenicnce for anv mortal thing The Queens tnuniy criminals of davsgone by tould not have been lery desperate or any one of them tould have, put bis shonl 1 r to the wall and toned way to freedom if a prisoner in the jail 1 he RSV Inni is fast f dims: to pieces and nothing has been done for vt r-i to im prove it Ihe supervisors of the tonnty not t iken m ich stoi k in the unfor Innate demented creatures placed m their charge Ascending from the lower floor tho tenilivins ilmost Of vcnti- lation there was none The dav vv is too cold for he opening of w i dnivs 1 MX and s ven beds we foun I i i whose in r and space c nil n i te iititt Ihi fl r n vv is loncver well sciubbc d and tin it nm-t be w 13 cleinwith o it or two excel tlous in i tremel} bid c i e-. In the hallvv us thcio n r but onl) a few of the rooms thus snj j lied The men much worse off tbnn t ha women Jhev ocrnpic I the top floor, uni thur rooms w r dncllv unlir tbe hip ieel nnd s op n_ roi fs T e-e rooms were lower ind v nailer an 1 tl e bed- were more crowded than on the floor below The atmosphere WHS horrible Iheie was only one thin.; in f ivor of tbe men -their "parlor" WHS a fair sized rectangular apartment In one of the rooms there were eight beds und m such clcae proximity that the} toithnl each other Ihe walls throiiKh which the clminivs ran were pail loooking It was tbe effect of run storms Otherwise the walls weie ne itl} whitewashed Turning over the clothing of a dozen or more of the beds thev were found to be rlem Ihe ftlwence of heaters vv vi rompi nsatecl for b} thre.8 heavy bl inkets doubled Down on the first floor was a bitterly cold oorrpiirtment containing nine beds To the of the entrance of the door and in the room was a trough with two water It was here that all the men in the institution performed their m >rn ins ablutions. In mi adj >mmg loom were ten beds packed closely toirethei these rooms the mire robust patients, who are able to do da> are housed it uiqht Cold as tne dav w m the atmo-.pherB of the rooms was close and noisome hat Is it in the hot summir nights with so manv people together in narrow rooms' Those svvilterng nights those diabolical stenches and nil tbe horrible must be enou.li to 91 nd ihe healthiest person ins me What cbanco can there be for these unfortunate men and women to convalesce to improve m the slightest digiee when thev are de- prived of evervthniK that can conduce to the comfo-t of life and the pieservation of phvcicnl and mental health? The i ylum is 01 n shell nnd there is not a Hollar's worth of plumbiuj m it The watir for the institution is contained in a 100 barrel tank on the ronf, and the supply is pimped up bv a windmill If the wind d not ha pe i to b ow when the trnk is Inw so much the w for the p tients n how II have to dupe ibe w ith th-n weekh bath Th re ire three attendants for the men and four the in all Thev are hire I from C istle G mien at month One o'the worst features of the build In4 i-tin ntieni s.in: i of rjieiins of e forthe mmitis m cis of II o win owsnre b.iried un I nt n e-nt the doors of the ivs are locki 1 I'T occnnt; i the lots of hf wou d bo te'rib u Tbroutrh t-riubllnj h ill. >ie lementid tnniace- vvonl I never fin 1 tin rw iv to the exterior Indeed llev wonll h ve verv lull- time for for means of egr ss, f r tbi! olilie is 1-i.e amntihbox and would I u n up in hlVe i minutes Of fire escapes tlu r ir nom Ihe minntes aie VM 11 fed and have noth to (.omplun ff in tins rcsp( ct It Queens eoinitv 45 pir capitiper weik to feed i s ns me Ihe cost at is S3 5 cents dtf fercnce vet the supirv isois flght sib v 01 account of ihat j cent- ag then in-ferto Poiu'hkei psit Thev hivo BIO h r ol je the fi-'an Is ot the inmates would u f be jble to visits BtsolonK a distinee the railwav fare won d be too he iv v As a mntte r of f ict. tieieis verv little vmtinE; done at Mm eola and that objeiuon IB e dis- po-ed of Dr Clement has a fierce struggle to keep the pi ice even ]n such order as it was found The help are few and th rs are no m idem house improvements whatever la tl.e i 1 ling It is a mir icle that no fire has ore-uired so far. Oae reason is teat theie is very little heating the bouse ui us in Inr t unity ortidals hive for jears ne- glittpd tbt- iisvhnn Ib v hive talked about hn in farm t] tw ltt ,d a costly t hht ul here the matti r reniuns ouglit i ot J 1 mates liai in than Iiv) li i tion of tbe slat Mid i III il III n 1 u 1< ll 1 1 I uni) i f i i Ii piopcily n tl n ty in- ii mse 1 no less 1 the ehd za irk, and if the in this dis ovvdcd rooms il Una 1 n ing irsf IH s nied- ii IB any ii Kin ion of n nid women ihey THE SAWrELLE CASE t In 1 In Ir Ov< rtoiitu N H lie X) Ihe jurvmen I in MI i i ise hud to wear i nl the tc nip tature u pc I Mith Ihe Itnnrdcr Yen K Dec M -Mis L iv ton tin attractive wife of a hurl working and in 1 dustrioiib inillu who is emnlovel by PhMieiis }r of Plnmfi Id N J has im-tcnon Iv ired frcm her Iliinic i cl it is believe 1 she tins lop, cl wuh n man who boat Ie 1 in the familv B nb rs 1 avton and the votin man on Mon 1 ly while Mr" Liiyton was MWIIV at work They took with them it is alleged nil the available c ish in the house and a quantity ol tnriii tnre Ibe parties int nil will tonnected The couple an believed to be living near Hrunsvvick STARTLING REVELATIONS. Wr-ERE DOES THE ANTI-PARNELLITE CAMPAIGN MONEY COME FROM t It In Claimed That Several Tl.onimncli Of Have Been Contributed by Wealthy Englishmen to Carry on the FIBlit Airi.hl.t Ar- rangementi to Celebrate Glailstone'ii Hlrthilay LONDON Dpf 20-7he Pirn Hires are said to liave iome stiutl 114 level it ons In store us tn theefFnitsof tl ur ant u'omsts to raise money from the Lib r ils It is claimed substantially thai R( v ril thoium I pounds have been cnntrbuied by wealthy B nglishmen to cam on Ihe l anti Pan elllte lampiiKii and iliir Int for tins HSSIS nnti Pm cllilts. I woul I lie un ible to Icei pin i In n Id I At the 'irm of tho upp nation fiomPir nell tlip ainoiitit at the lisi os il i f il e Mi it s was iibont m 1 tins s im hns IKOII vi ry largely menus I (on tributlotis since then Ihe Pinncllitis rlinni that tlie money does not tome fiom In land Advices from Tipm-rarv and fiom Til CnviiriKh In Donegal, st ite that tlie phn of  f seelii" am ixcept thiough the nt government The fuinlH for the use. of the tenants me either Hid 01 paid out vei5 sin tecllv and ni w com is an enconrued In the siUiiilion to lake irptheaban lonid f n ms In not a f vv c is, s the tenants had in In tciest gieitci thnn that of the ground anrt cove s in the fintn vv Inch Buffeted themselves to Ic iMrteil, an 1 n >iv it nil sci ms to be siciilicd so mmiv of tl em cUclnre 11 n fee is so bitter that a corn s pendent wines it would be dan st rous foi soim of the inoinliprs of piirlmm nt who indutel ihe tenants to join the. pi ni to gn t ht -i, estates at without police p oti ct on A dispatch from Ci nst ntmople sins the Turkish go vein men t h is ie K rtel its MI ibihtj to lestoie the JIUIIR woman Faiima who clopi I with a "-erv ian fiom her father a Mussuman land ounerm Albania and was follcvvinl by the fail er and abdiictul fiom Servian ternton ju t afier her marruu' Much s, n pal In is felt for ihe liriclcuio >m Ihe Serv i in fir eign minisiei h is m de vigorous! {Toils to have the 1 rinp nsiortd lo 1 ei I USD ind 1 he oil tialsof the Austn in gnvi rnment at Incsic h ive piov d n, the sat sfne tion of the I n ni li nub i IMPS tlit mimic i< i of Gen btlvus tlu N Inlist Pill vv-M '111 not snl inni tl it put in anv ship bin h is led lh H s ce tbe mm U r 11 is il lisb, ihe f Qsi v of th slorv tol 1 1 y Labi ni K to tin i lleio that tl in U 1 Pall, vvsk t] ,t iu ilnllVr ipi n f, lh, posul to 1 i MI _ o 1 hi P n eel j ihs Hi I I Jilt I he st IMUI to tin ih ji ,1 an 1 eiial 1 him lo m ,k Mi i I t i t s l i iU it iii a rnoit thnn u n ilU iliilmi ti biatun ot tin t-u m n's I ml i i ir and JIK pose to m ike tin IL isi n s int i f thi f ct th it recint mis! u s to the 1 il ml pi u him not in nj u lissi udihi in in nn Mi 01 i Istone's P< Mi 01 i 1 out will be 81 old i n Hit Jllh of 1 1 is nioi th lie iiumlir of in 1 j iplt m londonis s id to bi tlanmr known 411 pul lie oflu ils aie overwhelmt I with apjie ils for assistance llui gau lias pun ised a stu ill arms factorv n Jieihn whose products will be taktn solelj by the uovmo. A NEW CENSUS OF DUNKIRK One to bo Tak  (hat Ibis census will bi the m IM t iinpiett of imv I iktn littii Kacb h >use in the tily will jet un oil! tml blank b adtd as follows to fl 1 oui POST OKFicb Dunkiik N Y lotheoccujMiU of till out tins blink and wild, Mlh ink lh n nn s nl ,tls ilud i K s ivniiis us] ,g MIS in Miss, as a in tui-t nl Itimihs whn nieivi >r an likely tn uetivc iniy mini al tl i- iiuitibei int in I1 bLL ON L NAML HI n lint and inttl uiniibci i f in use an i slltel aflu eai b naiin Ibe inf n i i inn will n ible j ui post e Mitt ti disp be nl tn nl vvlni h i.uli thtiwita go t, ihe Kciid Lute i Ollu, Nnllfy i Iheu nf all i nf llinel this inline Hank li> yi m Icttci eii.nei ui (In p in 1 Her b ,x when cuui idtltd wiiln in piepaungpimUije li< post fliee nilus tn miike s inu speuid iiqui-lfa Insults ihedt eniittiincd iu Ibe alii vt Hit} int 'I lie mime nf the lieael of the. h nisc will hasi be uvi n hibl If a i low lit hei put nHIII< lust e n il ihtic Ib il glow 11 Up I- III 111 lilt 1) oust hi lid 1 hi line nf ti i i is tqui ti I to be indit led jnsLbv the lime as thih 'H i t m tlelci mining de- in m u The following list contains the ristil ol ll c term exinnaiion htld at Ih Vnl mv tl c piescnt witlt 1 he exiu: inn i n was tht Bist erne this ytin in eoveied the woikot the entire term Mnj i it Ailing bcrman 90 Altfebin i dllillls 1 y SS 1 loin Biailnu -G< rman 80 A.ritlime it SI nil U imposition S7 M nine li i nan DJ Oeometry I0n B i Miiiiin in 83 Anth milli Lngllali 8i Helen O -Gen ntiiy 71) Hh I i( Ul, i iit-iu hCotuuiiiittinus uud Lain onip bi lion b j Li) s L. kn -benniiii 80 Aiiihmetic U Li oo sitiou 91 Cliulniie l  do ljhy MCS y Minnie G ff nd i-h Coujpiiaitieiu r> Llh( I Milliard -AiitL netic 91 nitin 811 Lnm 94 Hhtli u 90 1" ieda tityl uetry, 9el, German 7d Knij SIU Gum tu, 7) Latin Ger f iinuluniuti U hnlevc. ti t on pun aiiienUr iiicibiniii laboier l sh >uitl be indieaicd This census will be useful ind it is l at all fiee ileliveiv olluis AU itueub bhoull heutilj coopeiale vvnb Uermnn, 9> German t il I Itintn Duin nk N 1s 10 Pei advet mint CRUSHED BY A RAILROAD TRAIN Wniinntx Issued fiir nhltncitps KINOSTOS N Y, Dec 20 -Ru hnrel Jnbin of Rotkton utol on thn weeks a_o b> who chiistised him I retjiiested Hint be tbe place at once He (let me.l it wise nt tbe time t Lomplv mth ihe reqniBt but iloes not pr >pose to let tbe matn r drop there and hns j ist sw irn out warrants for the rest of fifteen men for complicity m the whmcvps ru.l '-ome of tbose whom ha charges wit li bi me; imnhoitil in the as mmlt HIP rtnu ible The alleged cause of tbe rni 1 E, Jc'n's failure to tte> t Hiul proi i li for his family Almost 11 Trlplo BrillNOTON TINCTION Mo D c C E Diche pioprieiorof the Commertlal hotel shot Inms.lf with snicidnl intent He cnmnn'ted the act in the hotel parlor an.l in to wrest the rei oh er from bun Mis Coirbs, Ins in bnv and 1 M Hiker w.re shot Uj. he shot in the lift In e ist anil is pro! ably fatnlh wounded Biker was shot in the left prroin tbe lull passing downward to the pint of the Mr- Combs wounrlel slightlv m the light band Domest c troubhs and jealousy are assigned as, ehe c mse Ci.iHlin.l h> nn Fl.vilor DC 20-T icodore Mannas instant killed bs the ator in tie Bo-t( n block list nu ;ht Jlr Man, ubo li id be n sint Ins emplnj r to the btnl line on btisim put his hi id through the f imenoikof the door tn see tlu e eutt wa- As he did so thi nid caemht Ins bead wlnchlt cinsh.d nln ost to H iillv Man wa- mar list liifsdnj, and the ride and week is biokeu hearted over his ai 1 dettb A Sclioliii HU Tenrtior LnscMONT Colo Die 20 -Mis, Ida J.nco k i ttichtr of district 35 ne ir jier wnsstib el four times by one of her 1-nninid hert Mxcr-, Ihe cuts thiiollir lione bre ist wrist and will piobihlj lie cuise of the stabbing i, r tlis- tbe ai dome n pr t said to bethe olnution lo the pi >pt r ci] line of school unel oiuk teaeher Hunting I Md Die 20-Wlule Tesse nnd nh im lostoi a_ed lespicimly 18 and 21 j e irs sons of W ilium Foslpi, a will kniMMi f aimer of Elkneik, ueie gun am.: forelncks on the shote of the Llk rner a gun m tbe hand-, of Jesse was be- 1112; h iiulid to Ins biotbernhcn it was dis- charged the whole loa 1 penetrating the left of Jeyse, killing Uini mstuutly B. SmltU lulm thtt Track untl In Almtint Cut In Two Dee 20-John A Smith a well known busin ss man nf Newark, was crushed In a railioad ttam at the Rose- ville btation of tbe Moiris and E sex rail road in that cm Mi Smith uitempied to board an east bound team as it was pullmi; out of the station ml missed bis He fe 1 across ihi tiaik and be- fore he eon lei make an effort to sine him self the wheels passed Ins cl est cut- ting the unfi itu nite man almost in two De ith w is iilmsst instant nitons As no one uinkl identify the bod) at the time it was pi iced m tbe train nnd t iken to the Iln ad street station, wheie it, was soon afterwanl leiojnued Mr Smith was 4i jeais old and was foimerh lonnttted with a large dry goods honsi on Broid stieet Nmatk Inn of I ite had londnciid a Uumln He was anaitue member of the lei 11 club an 1 i romment in the ItoseMll Methodist Episcnp il Ue leaves a widow and tw children TnuerMl .if Gon Terry Conn, Die 20-The re- mains of L leri} were bin lid jts er da> aftunoon at 1 o'cloek Tin sennes luld at. the home ol tin dice i-.ed tor tho members of the finnh only. 1 lie mams were ibiutr n-fein d to the Ltnted chinch on tie Gr.ii Until 2p m the publie was to g on the face of the dteiasil and at 3 o lock public atructs were I 41 i tit the chuieh Dining the services minute guna find and tbe fire alum bill toll 1 The bodiea and ions ociupie 1 the body or the church the exeru-is tin remains WH na i-feind to the stieet cemeteij w li 10 the intitm nt took plate those pieti it GoMinor Bulklej and staff and Sen tor J IJ H AI i (i v. 1' 00 ixenii l i tion dt n in 1 i pi ite mm p n I 1 HI J h s s IA if tl e di m in I the omi it n Adnpt a Nt w I o 0 1 hp miners' si o i a !oj t I a it i In ts pel net K n tl e t i) ten s ci gioss i -o n to clIX tin i and is in t c) ii pi it 1 with In t'u Ui OJ) miners r p bj the cou en ion aie ti uecillel out at once This deul work sc lie as adopted by tne August onvcnim his bee i refund to th in eve utive boird toenr i ils dm i 1 tn u the check bnia is' mil all o her as- sessments oe. >ll clcd ihroiigh t e eom ofliccis ill eltetion of dis tntt olliceis t ic coimiitun will djouin Ulasmnii Ilpi ills I mill BnilN Die fnnn list Afl r Hliy Ttnnnnl In liaiktst Hngl ind an I tie Way Out by Gun I? mill wbuh IH .naking a irreat stnsati in in Enjjlan I and is culled an epoch making b ink Us a number of mttrtbtniir books foi b js lohn of Silver Cipik wasneiily binned to death on Pliins day >-bt pound some nil on a hie lhat she thought had O'one out The oil ex plnde I cc her with, fl unes Hei arms ind legs were badly binned meeting aeivicts will be htld in the Methodist C ipal Church inuioirow Time will be a public 1 vi feast at 11 am He v A D D I rcbidi g elder of the d siHct will preaibatlln m Di Wheeler nil] pleach in tlie ItctuiD room of nbi vi chuieh Ibis tveniniiiil 7 30 TUie vili bt d cnnftn nte meelinp; of the nffl ml board at ll t tl ise i f tht preiKlnni; sci vice this tvtmng As thu is Iht flist visit ol nnr new ei it is hoped thui I be a full attendance at all the sei- VlCto Huston -Goinetry 78, PUysies 47 Hieiieli 8) U am It K Aiithinelic 81 Qer- in 8U Uoinpositiou 9j Knc tl uligaii imctry 71 Llht lit Ul, UlCncsu s Co iu me ul its ami L m i jaiiini 77 1'iiinnc Linn 9b UuiinanT) Vinlniielie 8) Kliet nit bfj Uiniiit 80, Fieuth il) Lil it M( Fteneb U mtuv 82 Phy its OU iltau n Mulu iiiuio 90 VinliniLli C imposition U> Maiv a J7, Phy leal 'tit; 7b li i iiikeepiui; 7i Kiiit Muiiuy Gcoms tu 70 Nellie Aljebri 4} B i 80 Miliel H cd-AI-f bin 9J, German, IJ Hlntnic 'Ji ,us i, omiiiemaucs an 1 1 mn u up ism n 81 bin t bl l s. L, ilin C imp jMliun 87 l-i n L U Vinlnnctic 'J- LnB 1 h iinposiliuii 77 nit, Itii.e jiuetiy 99 Kile- t nu H s 9d Oacsai a C ml- uicnlni s in 1 Latin Compn-Hinn 8j C. i ai b ndcn -An hinttic, b8, ItlittiiK 81! I'liymciil Gcu 00 i ill nus in Ani'iiiielio 84 Ger- n n 70 Conij osiu in 93 L! iiiiii.iuiuu Vntliiuelic 9i Gemini l C nnpobition W th i lies BiuiUslcy 88 Alet- bi i id Lh uns Ch uupliun -German, Go, Al- l 20 II ui v t iilir- Aiillani tu 'Jj C mi s u n 75 hciniiii v 01 VI icn 1 in im i Jb ct i I i i 7) KhetniK 00 I 'U i i iizni iiio ictuuc 75 Ghcm- isl 81 uu i Oist 98 Geiumn, 9o A u i n Kin t i ie 88 1 M i si O i >Ut bci man 7o Anlhrne- II !.i J nulisb C impiio u in 8U Mill n lit tu, jll.Algcbia 00 L i ktvccpn 84 I nisi liti 1-Lit n 98 Aiilbmttic, 84 Lngl sh m] usm ni J i U illie Ucrinaii 88 Aiithme lit bi Li jlisli Ci mpi siliou 98 iliun Ljou 75 Clitmia uy -5 J un s AiUbmetic 78 Ger- uian Ol) mnuosiu u 75 Ptiei Mi stei Guiinin 75 Aritlime- llt 7'J Ln Comp Billon 7i Ha ly Mi unit P >biml (jeog 97 C i inisin 78 I'h} its 7) J hu K Gtomelry, 73 HhtioiK 88 iMene i 9e) COMMON COUNCIL TIlO PotltioU i t SIX 11111 lux The Common C lined met in ad journed ngularmssi n nnrinliij niirht Mayoi Ho ikslnvur in the i h tu piescnt Cuuiiciliuen Flabavcn Mum in Oiffud Jnuts and M lyo ab-ent Couutiluitn Nichols, W igoi and Uusscl! The minutru weie lead and approved Mr Gilford, from tlu rmiute miltee, reporter! Ihe following bi'l- (orred an 1 api rove 1 and on motion of UiHord wattauls wetcoulcied in payment K D Skininr inspecting I) >ve Btr> tt MWU 33 W M Biiiehu linittin Jj, W WHIH.II IttteiuiKUieiaeii b COHltj Y I enn I elcpliiine C n nt of telephone Victor Kidtr Lne nl ttinn fi r iiui k Ueoige B Allen on ntu nut of s icet stwtr Oeoigt B All n mi net unit King sin tt htwti Hoyaii on a  00 A) OH 1021 (.1 4J 01 010 U nn Fl iinlcis Lclian, hnnnts VVtb h I K All Donough 4 7 i 1 5 i i I) U 01 1 mil) Ueomttry 07 Phystts 91 SITTING "THEBEia always hope tn a nan, lhal earnestl.. Works" and thotilcl ue Buffer from n8--al caiarrh there is always hoi e of being cured Old Saul s Catarrh (Jure is the remedy to use Price 35 cts "Trouble commences early m life we heard a young wife say, when she for a bottle of Dr Bull's Baby Sy- rup to cure tbe baby SF4PFR1 W N Y P K K Uollrtaj Rates Thiscompauj will eill lelurn tickets at anct one ibnd fate beue n Broclon and Buffalo only December 24 25, 81 anil January 1, 1891 Ruum of tickets good until January 5, s aio ilia news causes a sensation m Beihn, Daolaroa Tlmt IIti Unrlo .u Miiulerud in (nid I Inoil iv Del DC 20 evei Ingpaitr r nis an in ei view with Mrs Viola Leonird lues heic vv itl hei sisier both cl to be meiesof bit tinj Bull Mrs Leonard has all the ch ir icteristits of an Indian ind h 13 Inert in h s city f i >ear- Her hnsli ind it, i mulatto Mrs Leonatd, vvho cl i ms tint she can prove hei ulcnits said "My mn It's I o h I nnderstn -nill b mnight to uitl iu tie next ew I havt nut en to thi secre ai> of the inttnoi for pti miss on i0 8Lfc uls 'Ody but I hive not jet got in mibvvei although I expect one d lj Our rr n'e ave been 10! lei ruined an 1 ,ie -.tcuied the white p  while nun e me Isou ihcy I ue villed ilie ch if taken hsbmh mil while men come K, b s f nn h to loi k ibr ut Ins nstorv bh ill hr lr nollng His nsioryvill be pub ishul and lh woild v II get n uncle -as ki led -nitho i1 excuse or irovor it 01 aid it is uni 1 tin. via noul I fee sttonjv. 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