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   Hamilton Daily Republican (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Hamilton, Ohio                                f, t THB T4PPK. NO. 797. HAMILTON, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14 ONE CENT. are reported to hive arrived at a poiut five jailer, south east of Cliee Ifoo. GLASS WORKERS Who are Out on a Strike Throw a Dynamite Bomb it Their Employers. BUCKEYE GLASS WORKS Sonatttlotittl Attrmpt Mrxlcu by by tlie by 8PUMAI. IT TM.MiKAl'11 TO TUB KKI'UIILICAA. Ftrry, Feb. this morn- Btrikinc Rltss workers, at the Buckeye flags threw a dynamite bomb loaded with iuto the office, wrecking that fotliam cfitbe building. Manager Humphrey man who were sleeping in an adjoining room, narrowly escaped. The forte of shook the buildings wUhw a nUiBt of half a mile. Km i Khl tvivuk. UV TELZCkAI'll TO Till! KKI'CDMCAlt Trinidad, Col. Feb. east bound Alchioson freight was wrecked last night. Three cars of silver bullion were scattered over the ground for three fourths of a tttile. No Truth In It. VPBCfAL BT TO T3K KEPCBLICAM, Bucharest, Rouinrmia, l''eb is an- nounced that there is no truth in the Morr that Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, has been expelled from that country. I.UkU ol SPECIAL BY TELEGRAPH TO TIIK BBTOBLICAfl New York, Feb. in the Mer- Hnndim chant's club building this morning caused a loss 01 Wire. SPECIAL BV TELEGRAPH TO THE HBPUBI.ICAH. CHICAGO, 111., Feb. closings are as follows: Wheat .53K; corn 54H; oats aoVt pork 10.15; lard 662, ribs 5.27. WHITEJLAG. Wei-Hai-Wei Surrenders to the Japanese. The Chinese Forts and Warships in the Hands of the Japs. Surrender Mwcle on Condition That Mvc'H of tlin Soldiers, rcwn und for. eiffiirra of 1'ekin Now the Jitp'n CHiiuktuiu. A Con t'rence. f CO THB REI'UIIMCAJt. D. C.. Feb.. the house of the committee on rules a eoifrremcc this morning', and decided to mice a bond resolution from the special order of the day. A. will be taken at 5 o'clock. The dues not provide for any or substitutes, and under its terms nothing: of the kind will be in order and no be tokeu except on direct SPECIAL BY TKLKOT.Al'U TO THB RKPDBLICAJC Washington, D. C. Feb. Chicago i postoflice bill was signed by the president last night. Street Cur It urn. 8PRCIAL BY TKUBGkAI'H TO TKB REPUBLICAN Newton, Mass. February car barns burned this morning. Loss four e A. It. U., who said irt sfter tlie settlement of that A DEMENTED WOMAN From t trcliimtti C.-tliM ill tlie Itppubllciin Kellel in (Jireii This afternoon a middle-aRed woman who said she came from Cincinnati called at THE REPUBLICAN relief bureau and asked assistance. She was clothed in a calico dress and a small thin shawl and refused to tell her name. Sbe said she win'ed to go to Richmond, hid., where she to work for Mrs. .Marl Reeves. Her actions were those of a demented person. She was given a cloak and was referred to police for transporta ion. lus ead LorcDox, Feb. IntelligenceTwas received here at p. in. Wednesday that Wei-Iiai-Wei surrendered to the Japanese Tuesday. YOKOHAMA, Feb. -Intelligence was received here Wednesday morning of the surrender of the Chinese forts and warships at Wei-Hai-Wei. The surrender is complete and the Japan- ese are in full possession of Wci-iiai- Wei. YOKOHAMA, Feb. It is officially announced that Capt. Nuros, of the Japanese squadron operating at Wei- llai-Wei, reports that on the 12th one of the enemy's gunboats approached the Japanese fleet Hying1 a white Hag. When communication was had with her it v.-as ascertained that she brought a message from Admiral Ting, of the Chinese navy, offering to surrender Wei-IIai-Wei and his vessels providing that the lives of the soldiers, crews and foreigners were secured. Capt. Xuros' report added that a formal burrender was yet to be arranged. YOKOHAMA, Feb. 14. The command- er of the second Japanese armv, in an HAYWARD MURDER CASE. nitcktiiiin Viilliillc onllrni. r.milicr Adry and 'li-Mlinuny In the Mory. Mi.vNKAi'oi.is, jNlitin., Feb. state, in up its case of murder Harry Uaywunl delivered a body blow, which statr- TmjiJiCiiDE. Miners to the Number of Thirty- Five Thousand DEATH PENALTY Mho orni-r i >.NT. Feb. bill e'jsy to uln-ialu tho treasury difficulties, in thc house on Fi'bruary 1J, has (jnitc cs-! gered the defense. The witness WillWithdraW Frrm the K of I in A t'-1C the Ijruss rcP' introduced Wednesday was r rrm tne K. OT L. and resentatives. H wah introduced by Mr. rning was none other than 1'eter Yalhiliu, the hnckman of whom Harry liad spoken to Adry as beinij williny to assist in the proposed crime. Valhtlic's testi- mony was most to the de- fense, as it corroborated in a striking way one portion of Adry Hay-ward's remarkable story and thus rendered thoroughly untenable the defense's net Form a New Organization. The Contfrene.fi Only Fifteen IMfttrlrtK I orinii- luteil setting rortli the onfcrence's fur the COLUMHUK. O.. Feb. K. of L. miners decided Wednesday to theory as to Adry's .sanity. Vallalic withdraw from the general assembly testified that Harry llayward had up- of the Knights of Labor and form a Sliarf. WKCIAI. ET tm.HHK.Arn TO THE RKPDBMCAU Columbus, O., sensation was created at thc miners convention ihismorn- headquarters when mark Wild, of this city, district of to lhe O'ajor's ofiice bhe south on tt'a-er street. JohaiinaU Alling- haai was her and she was arrts ed this afternoou near Schnab's brewcrv, in a strike. John McBride, drutikeu condi ion of the nii.ie v.oikera. cave him ofiicial report, of the operations of that body before Wei-Hai-Wei, says that its looses from January 29 to February 1 were S3 killed, including 5 officers, and 219 wounded, including Gen. Otera and three other officers. During the same period 700 of the enemy were killed. r.KKi.i.v. Feb. The Cologne Ga- zette learns from Japanese sources that overtures fur peace will not be regard- ed by Japan until Pekin shall have been captured. Then Japan will demand possession of Corea, the iJi.in-Taiig peninsula proached him with questions as to whether he had ever "done and if so, whether his conscience had bothered him. llayward had later asked Vallalie whether he would drive hack into Lake Calhoun and let the occupant drown for a sum of money. "1 told him I was no buid Vallalie; "and that was about the end of it" This is the first corroboration of the stories of lilixt and Adrv obtained new organization. The committee ap- pointed at the meeting Monday night to formulate a plan of action was very much divided ag-ainst itself, two mem- bers favoring secession, another a re- fusal to pay the per capita tax to Sov- ereign and Hayes and two stood for an independent org-anization, with the United Mincworkors at its head. The convention met early in the evening at Wirthwein's hall, nnd re- mained in session until 1 o'clock Wed- Hudson, of Kansas, and is interesting- as involving a primitive feature which smacks pun gently of the Chine.su method of forcing obedience to civil law. The measure provides as follows: That if any person or persons shall up. collect or get together a large amount of treasury notes, treasury certificates, national greenbacks, cur- rency, commonly denominated green- backs, or other paper issued under acts of congress, for the purpose of drawing gold out of the treasury of the United BONDJ3ILLS, In Accordance Cleveland'; Ideas, Introduced. In the Senate by Yilas, ant in the House by Mr. Wilsoa. Nhrvinan liKintroilnm n Amcnifmi-Mt to Nrnator frM> iCK Jlill Ai.-r.-1-inrrit the Money Feb. crojiped out in both house.- Wednesday. Chairman Wilson intro ducod a bill to carry into effect recommendations of the president bj from an entirely outside source and ex- nesday The committee made hibited in a striking1 way J lay ward's three reports, the different strang-ely careless way of asking- in- holding out for their respective Dropo- criminating1 questions and malting- sitions, as above jj-iven. damaging- statements. That a man Tho question then came before the capable of coneoe.tinjr so cunning- and convention proper for settlement, and intricate a plot should have made EO mfter a lively debate a of many confidants seems almost incred- withdrawal was adopted, and a com- ible as that he should have concocted mittee, consisting- of Edward Murray, thft nlnt. nt nil. "Mr. Krwin nf IV TJ if T the plot at nil. Mr. Erwin at once recognized the supreme importance of this testimony and tried to have Robert Watchorn. W. Ii. Wilson, K. L. Davis and Thomas Lawson, was pointed to meet with the seceders' con- it-stricken out entirety. The court ference in session at the Grand Central ort Arthur, together with pecun- ;md iary indemnity. Jap-in's only fear is that England find may foru.--tall thi> program by bringing- about, pence in thoir own wa v. however, rcfr.sed to su.st.aia his objee- hotel and participate in the formation tion and the evidence goes to the jury. of a new organization. It was a knock-out blow reserved by The seeed'ers' conference represents the state until the very last, and badly fifteen districts and trade district as- upsets the defense's plans. The de- semblies, representing- 35.000 members, fense had many of its witnesses in The conference was in tession at court Wednesday morninjr ready for o'clock Thursday morning, and for- use when the state should rest. Among- mulatcd an address to the members of them was Harry GooJiell, the Chicago the order, setting- forth their reasons blood, by whom it is expected to prove for seceding. Officers of the new onrani- that Harry llayward did actually zation are to be elected before morn- lose in Oh icag-o the monev Driven him by Miss Ging- for thc g-ainbling- r-.Tcnr- j The effect of the -.vith-lravval of sion. districts and assemblies will be Thc llayward fnrnily, whose skeleton to disrupt the frencral assembly, as it has been so publicly drag-ire 1 forth is claimed it will leave only mera- from its Tuesday', did not apwear bers. MAY BE CLEARED. liie v.oikera, gave hi in a package, opening- it at home he found f too. which McRride said was his share of lac of the strike. shot. T.T TO TIIK I'ucb'o. H-jx. Keb. of fie large company of bar.dits which attacked the Scott camp. havcUtcu and will be The soldiers are scouring the coun- try to male the arrest of all the robbers. The bo ieiofsix persons killed in the attack hate fceeu buried. Scott Brothers and Krankliw arc recovering-. In n This nvirmujj as the father of Nelson Polterf, of Heaton street, went to siep out of his residence into '.he back he slibUfd and :ell and sprained his back, and is now lying in a very serious condition. Turn The R. C. McKinney club will meet to morrow evening, out. Urai-T Deliiui-y of tho Murder or ItlisR Oliver. Feb. court of anneals Wednesday rendered a de- cision in the appeal of the coramon- iveahh in. regard to the adraissibility of certain evidence and other points of law in thc case of Henry Delanc-v. with tho murder of Abbie Oliver, whom he had beea forced to IniuiH irr TO TIIK tte.rVi3t.lCtK. D. C., February committee thc I'ords theatre disaster to- day reported the senate the claims to be legal of the heirs of victims Of twenty three deaths Mwhick the committee decided to dollars each. Another claim-was bcld for further investigation. in court, and their evidence will not be called for until later in the trial. It is believed, however.tiiat Harry llayward himself will be one of the first wit- nesses put on by Sir. Erwin. The open- ing- address for the defense is tr> be made by John D .y Smith. Mr.Erwin having1 decided to reserve his fir-'-works for the jury's bens-ill, until thc close of the trial. Gittleson. a pawnbroker, told of loaning Harry P170 on the three dia- mond ring-s that have figured in thc testimony. While thc transaction was :oncluded Harry had ''flushed a WALLS FALL. Three of Whnm OtiuTB Bmlly Jii- Buryinff Elovun Flri-mo: KilU-il and the Jured. Lrxx, Mass., Feb. 8 o'clock Wednesday niyht fire was discovered in the basement of thc hardware store of William Henry Hutchinson. on Mon- roe street, a wooden structure, four stories hijrh. After fifj-htin? the fire for three-quarters of an hour the ilames suddenly appeared through tiic roof. and almost simultaneouslv the build- ing- collapsed like an eijsrshell. Tlie the circulation of treasury notes, greenbacks or other currency or paper money of the United States, or for the purpose of driving- any or all of said I treasury notes, preonbacks or other paper money or currency of the United Btates out of circulation, such person or persons shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall, on conviction there- of, be imprisoned not less than lOyears, and in addition to such imprisonment i may be fined in any hum, not less than 1 81.000; and upon conviction of a sec- ond or subsequent offense hereinbefore defined the party so convicted shall be adjudged guilty of treason and Rhall I punished by death. LETTKK CARRIERS GET JIJTMJMEST. i WASHINGTON. Feb. United States court of claims handed down judgments in suits brought bv let- ter carriers to recover for overwork under the eifrht-hour law. The amounts ranged from 820 to S-100. The carriers were employed in New York, Dayton, O.; Chicago. Springfield. O.: Lexington. Ky., and Uattle Creek, Mich. 3IOX8TEK I'KTITIO.V. WASHINGTON. Feb. polj-glot than names, was due in Wash- ing- Wednesday, and will be presented to President Cleveland shortly after its arrival. After its presentation it will be .sent to Queen Victoria, Czar Nicho- las and the crowned heads of Europe. ooi.n WASHINGTON, Feb. Statement of the condition of the treas- ury shows: Available cash balance, gold reserve, HARD TO CO17NTKRFEIT. WASHINGTON, Feb. are beinsr prepared at the bureau of en- graving and printing for a new issue of five-dollar silver certificates, the drawings having been furnished by Blashfield. On the face of these notes will be such intricate tracings and en- gravings as to deter the daring with the report a copy of georetarj Carlisle's contract with the tives of London bankers. A rote wiV taken Thursday on the measure. Senator Vilas introduced a bill in the senate, wh'ch to the calendar by a shrewd trick and is readj to be called up at any time. His bill is entitled "A'bill the Ktates S1G.170.770.'' Senator Sherman introduced his bill as an amendment to Senator Jones- free coinage bill. It for A per cent bond, payable after years, to supply gold, and for treasurj to furnish funds ram- ning expenses of the a-overnment Senator Aldrich, Wednesday after- noon, introduced a resolution calling the secretary of the treasury transmit to the senate the terms of contract with the gold syndicate. Two hours later Chairman Wilson, ef ways and means committee, after a consultation with the president, re- ported a gold bond resolution in ac- cordance with the president's recom- mendations, and with his report hc gave to the press a copy of the con- tract upon which the secretary, Tues- day, placed thc injunction of secrecy. The bond resolution was adopted by the ways and means committee bj a vote of 8 to 5, as follows: Turner, Tarsney, Montgomery, Stevens, Coekran, Reed and Payne. Whiting, Wheeler, Brvan and Hopkins. Mr. Grosvenor did not Tote and Mr. Eynura was absent. Tho resolution will be bronsrht HTJ in the house Thursday under a special order of the committee on rules, and it will be voted on Thursday nijrht. It will give rise to a debate of the most extraordinary and sensational character. Representatives of all par- ties seem to be incensed by the terms of the contract made mfoiie Wednes- day afternoon. They especially resent frOm even attempting to counterfeit that clause of the contract which cives Let all Republicans turn niarry. Thc decision holds that it was j------------........, lawful for Delanev and his kinsmen to the amount of money of which Uittle- iront on -llonro2 street, fell into son could not determine. Jiarrv often ttie street- and :l wall into an al- came to him for "lucky 10 use j toward the adjoining building. as a stake in gambling. Mrs. Emma Goodalc, a trance__. dium doing business under the cog- ambulance and taken to the hospital. noinen of Mme. Peterson.was an inter- esting witness. Harry had come to her nlone ant! taken to the hospital. The work of tion of the revised statutes Itumilton Dayton capita'ists it is said, will establish a bijr pottery in Lockland. Hamilton capital is said to be interested. band themselves together, and for laney to use such means as were neces- sary to secure his release- and that if IK- so attempted and accidentally killed Abbie Oliver hc Mio-.-.ld be acquittad. The effect of tru- decision will prob- ably be to clear Dcis.ney. Born, to Mr Mrs. John Kiunegcr. of East Hamilton. a Ttiry to Know. -1'SXI r.T TBI.ECRAPII TO RKl-CIILICAN. I.ofidon, Fox Thomas Koe. niciabcr of pailiaincnt. save notice to the house, lie ask the government tomorrow u ail it-.Toiniation had been rc- cci vrd In iho death sentence ot W. Ji0 Rr.-V.iiJ, a Kti subject in Hawaii. c ..f :'iii'-o. TO THE i It-in oi thc v.hinc-r-- peace :s the ofl.i ami tilhtr i'iinCL- Kun. or Sir inspector cl" pctfuliirj z: v :o of peace. irr T; -o THS RBJ-CMLJCAS XI-.T N T. I-'ty., JCJliott. has witli thc He-raid sines in a capacitr, last of pnenaioria. 14 t 3ias 1 the J'ukc U t3ir fimeral of CONDENSED NEWS Ca'berml l-'roui All of thp Vi orM by to duMitcto Xou- Win. Talbort. of View. Kv., broke ins log orl' n oC tight 51 rs. Loni.-> to dealii in her at Middu-iowti. K. Y. Frank Story and wife were probably fatally injured in an electric car collis- ion at Louisville. Robert F. Craig shot and killed A. M. Womble at Chattanooga. Dispute about Womble being- discharged. W. A. (iilmore, defaulting postmas- ter at Hroken Kow. .Neb., lias bcea ap- prehended :it Lewiston, Pa. 11. Gordon, the inventor of tho Gordon self-binding reaper, is dead at his home in Kochcsfjr. Y. Tic was TCi years of age. rlhe excessive odd h.ns so butimniiod trout in New river, X C., that people nro pk-idng tlieui from the water by fsiJl. A L-, W. Va.. was jirP Wcdnc-sday luorning. n of v.'oro 1 were frozen. W. K Tolod.. f.ji- r. R Adams A. Co., wa on n o! i ho jtil.M. act has fined Krast F. GAS EXPLOSION. Uuuse Wrecked mid Two IVoaien mid a lloy Hurt. MKAHVII.T.K, 1'a., Feb. gas ex- plosicu, followed by firs, completely wrecked ihc residence of G. II. Cutter, the lumber office liuiidiag of Cutter I'.rother, and caused the death of] Georg-e Cutter, and serious injuries to j his wife, son and housemaid. There i had been for time a leak in the j fuel gns supply pipe in thc street, and A few minutes later threo bodies j pulled out, placed in the police lance and taken to the hospi a hose wagon backed up and 3reman was placed inside and them. I.OOP-UOLK FOR SIIA'ER. WASHINGTON. Feb. old law has been discovered upon the statute books by free silver men in congress which they declare gives them ground to hope that they can bring about the to the syndicate the ontion on all bonds issued by the government prior to October. 1805. This, as Mr. 'Eeed said Wednesday, is a cin for the svn- tlicate on the next contract, which. tells its own story. Members regard the agreement of her to tell Miss Ginsr when that rescue went on rapidly, and in half an lady should call that she would win at nour or more elcven firemen had been gambling. She demurred, but he told taken out- Three of them were dead, ner if she would do as he asked she would never lack for money. Against tiie advice of her husband she consent- ed to do as Harry asked. Accordingly, when Miss (Jin _________________ FIRE AT COLUMBUS. or died in a taken out few minutes after being Loss on property. 8100.009. Tnrnej- Kvanit' Claims. NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Feb. caine with Harry she Turncy filed his repVy to thc answer of H. C. Evans Wcdnesdav, and denial of coinage of silver in an indirect way the syndicate to use its influence for through the use of Mexican dollars, the prevention of the exportation of The law was passed in 1837, and is sec- gold pending the execution of their contract as an admission that hitherto the syndicate has been instrumental ia causing the drain of gold upon the treasury. It is also pointed out that this agree- ment continues only until the close of In other words, the syn- not send gold out of the country until it has deposited in treasury its SC2.000.003. after that the De mine-Fur noii Knlldlnf; Completely S75.OOO. COLUMBUS. O., Feb. destrov- ed one of the oldest business buildings contract. of the capital city Wednesday night, dicate will The fire broke out at in the eleva- shaft of the Deming-Furson build- tola her that she would he very lucky _......---------- at cards for three or four days and the arguments made by 11. C. Evans. stone-front at High drain can continue as of old. then would lose if sin- Tlie xt Harry came and told her that The investigating comirittcc meeting Wednesday niirht to held a obtain and Elm streets, and in a few minutes the entire building WHS in flames. this niornin-r.t eight o'cirx-k George i on the strength of her advice Miss the views of the counsel for both par 'Cutter. Charles Cut-! had let him have to go to tics, and to arrange for sub-committees U. CntU-r. Wi'.iar t water towers were soon out and ------jjiuii i.ae pn ter, son of (Jcorge Cutter and A. W. j Cnicago and gamble with. Harry had to take proof in di.Terent parts of the into plar. J ne flames spread that there w McClintock, were ia front examining toW her of other amounts he had state. ____ witn startling rapidity, and were only but to save t secured Miss all the leak. ____ No Amni-Ptr for Irisl. rrfeonrrn. a11 to LONDON. Feb. the. house Of !'he knew what s Wo'.ittc.-'iiay Mr. .lohn J. I she was in lancv. menilirr .'or Xorth Iju'. lin amoiinting in 1 Mr. iCrwin uskcd iu-r if i All this will be said, on the floor of ,r, the house Thursdav. and no quarter The entire fire department was called bs ?iven. Mr Vilson will cham- the president's cause and show was no alternative left him the national credit. i'-.-tt M-ntcTj- -d lire n h-i.sl: ptii th wh-i-h al had bt-en that she did not other qsu-? of O'U by Die riv''- kriv-.v the fa' ..'i'. i r His char.'ivtcr Iv t -aid or did while .iPices. replied i- s'-lencc She tie- __ i ;0il Hnr-r. i SAN Feb. steam- er Colon, from i'anama. brought a story of u. lunar rainbow tint it- nested at Colon on tlie JUhof -Janu- ary. At a ligiit cloud -if vauor pt-arcd. thc forrneii. Tin: TI uud century. i e'o. -1 conquered after three hours of hard fighting by the firemen. The buildinc-was completely gutted. It -.vas filie-; with some of the largest stores and offices in the city, and the total loss estimated at Feb. A Jroinnil. the- The water plugs Toronto, nut., nnd to of iht- Uloc. "uotiv i. -.vho p-iM lh'- :i-lv, n ri'i-ivered. It was ii- J.-i'M-ox. 3---J-. A >f A. jl to at Of :av with the b sent a Keener, jr.. vf 13..- As -irsj l of II- tho Ni.-sh SS satcin-i 31 irr.-. thi- ii of w.-nt lai.-ied that he n Oil alt tick of tc thc '3 hc orcer t" cast last Tin-." d rest. :ir -iv n" the r-'ii'- joortly and Vajikt-rs '1 last, v.-ith graphed a p-.-t men ou loan contract, nni 13ral JT- JT-T- Tin in credit. years in prison. 1'AKl-. A V. f a m-n'r.o-.v on either i rcrjval s'-rv.ee-? are be-in: in churches here. :nanv heavens an ''men of good. lad.. 1-Vo. Ind., Feb. from Mir-, that Mrs. Snyd-.-r. Covery of little Freda Mahl is notv as- 7ii. was to death an fcisred. Several months ag-o she was :nill. Her bojy frigii4.- burcc-1. asd tbv-oalv hope fully by the crazed beast- for was 230 The turn'-1 several men bquare inches of skia. Four hundred who ha'-ti.-n-d to to h-.-r cries persons volunt'ereJ to p.-rmit the re-' for and it a rairacic that tnoval of a bit of skin from their body t'ucT c-H-aptd vriou-. injury. to be transplanted- The work is now Solvent ia ;ftbout completed, and m Mo.. Feb. Kaa- lienvfil the s-j Ncbra-kii. Hetnoval of thc County Court- Ind.. Feb. judiciary submitted o report.-, on the subjec; of the re- ival of the Jackson county court- to thc mijorily report ng a-'lver-.c and tha miioritv nir favorable. Tne is a nar- row one. The subject ".va-j recommitted to thc j'idiciary committee to await action bv the senate. that T.-.c M. Ili3 A J. '.v. r luc k-nn-ra 'lie- i; a 3- ter t" Ar- fr-T3j A T H. li' I Tens.. Feb. we-ici-a Kan- German, once established ia a fro'pcro-us ia St. ca-ac Memphis two and Ixran heavily. He at thc Little Chicago boarding- Ijou'-c. Tuesday nirht hc wcat to room, stripped naked anil swallowed xnorphinc. Vv'cdne.siJay morning1 L-e v.n.s dead. Thc motive to of for the de-.lifitc of money -va- by 1 l.f woman At r. act. Ala., N. N. ''T''' .t, ,1 i. .nnvl in r. "n tot, r-t Th? lu.'i-.-le i :.e -.vj -vj-rj 'i'nf r even. '.-v ir- >1 3 son. 3 ''i I1 M. tlr-.c 3.as low 73-.-. 3 5TJ a ol am at r.n 103 "iit-r facul- I'at ami Call Trading DUhonomblr. notice on 'chancre Wednesday after- ru-jn afternoon, before the close ,of ti.c that thc directors had a rc-froltstios or Mlc.- by any werjijcrdurinj: trading hours originating :n and calla a act, nnd pnnishablc TO rax is colton. 'or W. -3 wo Sl-umSrvrt. of Or. Price's Crown ttaking Pttwtftr North rj-jlnr aftt r a Ang ;d3e- La that to i3 on r It Klbr day morning- thc h-nj-iU who a i the of A. E. oa I'-iTaiiy O.. Tcb. Mink, an aged o: while on a iVJJ nn.u-r thf hordes received a the h.ersd. cat- Ind.. Feb. a letter receired Wednesday by ihc unieat commission, SlacMon- the Aroericaa sculptor in Pferfe, aanoanccd his withdrawal frww tM connection with thc Vc had entered into a contract MM side grovfia, to cost .vsi-wi-xflHCiilVt't   

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