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Altoona Rustler (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Altoona, Iowa The Altoona rustler. Vol. , Polk co., Iowa Friday february 7, 1890. No. 5 Iowa news items. A the Oil Well at Lamars i ? been abandoned. A Iowa City has provided a Stone pile for tramps. A a $50,000 Ltd Catholic Church is being oui it at Gilbertsville. A the contract has been let for building a 123,000 jail at Fite dub of Davenport will build a club House of its own the coming summer. A water works and electric Light will be established in the Spring at Rock rapids. 1 Homas Pence of Creston contributed f78.85 to the burglar fund a few nights ago. A a Rabbit Hunt in Union township Mahaska county recently Laid out 462 bunnies in one Day. A a calf at Clarion is the possessor of two Heads two Mouths and noses four Oyes and Only two ears Palo Alto county offers a Reward of $2,000 for the first ton of Coal mined in Palo Alto or Emmet counties. A a Farmer named Beebe living near Beebetown eight Miles East of Missouri Valley lost Elfi House by fire. A Tho Sherman House the leading hotel at Allerton was destroyed by fire. Loss $5,000 insurance $1,200. A in the Case of Lenora Klump is Frank Young for seduction a Marion i jury awarded the plaintiff $4,750 dam i Ages. A a fire broke out la the Hampton school and before it was controlled damaged the building to the extent of about $800. A la Grippe caused court to adjourn at Grange City the judge jury lawyers and clients All coming Down with the disease. A or. W. F. 8. Mardy was on Tho �9th put on trial in App noose county for the murder of Silas Tipton in october last. A Robert Phillips a teamster who was stabbed by Frank Cane at Council Bluffs died. Cane is in jail charged with murder. The coloured people of fort Dodge Are going to make a flurry in that City a society by giving a Possum social in the near future. A fort Madison has secured the location of a Sash and Blind factory from Burlington which will employ one Hundred hands. A Whilo loading Hay on his farm least of Iowa City on the 29th, Robert Denton fell on his head and shoulders sustaining painful injuries. A it is said the Chautauqua program for the summer at Council Bluffs will not be fully determined until at Lead $2,000 More is secured for Tho fund. A Twenty thousand bushels of Barley and malt was nearly destroyed by Tho burning of a malt House at Davenport. An insurance of $10,000 will not cover the to. A in. F. Wiley record roof Poweshiek county died of la Grippe a few Days ago. He Fasanati Veo Noble county Ohio served in the 26th Ohio infantry and was 49 years old. A articles of incorporation have been filed by Tho Stotts investment company of Des Moines with a capital of $25,000 and by the German state Bank of Holstein Iowa. A a number of horses at Lear Lake Are affect a with a disease like la grip a. Tho limbs Swoll there is a slight coughing and running at Tho nose with general weakness. A a a. Marks died in a Barber s chair Whilo being Shad d at Boone Jan. 27th. Ile a 77 years old and his death was caused by la Grippe combined with heart disease. G. M. W Atson an old resilient and i remit tent citizen of Wyoming Iowa shot himself on the morning of Jan. 27th, and died instantly. Cause poor health. He was about 55 yours old. The citizens of Estherville Are jubilant. At a depth of 164 let a vein of Coal five feet thick was struck. The Emmet a minty Coal company a immediately organized and is now at work sinking shafts. A swindler named s. Carver succeeded in defrauding a number of Iowa county people by engaging in horse buying. The National Bank of Brooklyn lost a considerable sum by him id a Victor livery Man is out $700. In a suit it a Hilton against the lumber tam of j. A i mine y co., for $10,i m ii in i is by the administrator of Ati i Siplo killed by the falling of n t ii in i Ltd pile the jury returned a of i 250. A Tho Coal Palace at Ottumwa is a sure go. It will Cost $30,000. Several parties have put in application for space among them the Cotton Mill a1 Des Moines. Plans have been submitted and approved. The c. Ii. Amp q. Will give $5,000 to the Enterprise. A a. W. Roberts of Clarinda after drinking hard a couple of Days attempted suicide by taking Poison. His son Charles 24 years old had been indicted for larceny and it is thought Tho feeling of disgrace Over his songs arrest with Tho Aid of whisky prompted the deem m. E. Billings must remain in Anamosa Penitentiary for several months yet at last. The supreme court has so decreed by sustaining the motion made on the part of the Stato for a continuance of the Case until the next term of court which will not be held until May next. A mrs. L. C. Mcgarry assistant state superintendent of Tho National education and Aid associations was in fort Dodge and met representatives of the City churches who formed a Branch of the society in that City. The object is to provide Homes and educational facilities for homeless children. A judge love is reported to have declined to confirm Tho recent Sale of Tho fort Madison narrow Guage Railroad to the parties represented by receiver Gilchrist Whoso Oid was $27,-000, and to have informed those interested in the Road that unless they bid something near Tho value of Tho property he would order the Road abandoned and the rails torn up and sold for old Iron. A the failure of the Large dry goods firm of Gardner Peterson ii co., at Burlington was made known by their assignment to Fred Schorz of Schramm. Schmerz Tvr co. Liabilities $17,000 assets $21,000. The National state Bank of Burlington was the largest creditor holding a note for $10,000, secured by Shuttie mortgage. The remaining claims Are held by Eastern creditors. A a terrible tragedy was enacted at Sioux City on Tho evening of Jan. 80. Hans Lender a Young norwegian shot and instantly killed Annie Carl son As she was walking along the Street with her sister. He fired two shots at Lier both taking effect from which she died in five minutes. He Over then ran about half a Block and shot himself dying almost instantly. He was fascinated with Tho girl but she repelled his attentions. To was 24 years old and she was 19. A Rev. Peter 0. Matthews who offered prayer in the House n few mornings ago is a full blooded Indian of the tul Umney tribe of California. To was a private in Tho Fortieth Iowa infantry and served through the War. At its close be studied for Tho ministry at it. Pleasant. Ilk and Ashtabula o. In 1874 he entered them thud 1st ministry and is Nowan evangelist in the service of that denomination. He is Iowa plainly his Indian characteristics in his appearance hut the English houses is very pure Aad classical. A a special in the state Register announces Tho death of Len Tando my Clancy at Dubuque aged 73 year. If it is Orlando Mccraney who is meant in that Ca so death re Novi s one of the Pioneer newspaper men of i Iowa. He was the founder of the j Fairfield Ledger in 1860, and has at different times been identified with other Early Iowa papers. To helped to erect Ute first building in Dubuque and served in the Black Hawk War although then Only 15 years of ago. His father Thomas Mccraney was a i member of Iowa s first constitutional con vent Ion. A another move has been made against the saloons at Keokuk Large number of Thorn having been served with injunctions. Major Collins the it Tunny for the parties engaged in the prosecution stated that injunction proceeding. Would be instigated against All the violators of the Law in in Okuka. He said he represented a number of persons posse ted of abundant menus and men who determined that Tho prohibitory Law shall to enforced in Keo Kuk. Major Collins charged the Public officers with being negligent in the performance of their duty claiming that they were cognizant of Tho existence of the illegal saloons. To affirmed that if Thoro was not a Radical Reform to would Institute criminal proc Edingt it against Tho police for neglect cd duty and with a View of having them removed from the Force. Current events. Cream of the news As Gath ered from dispatches. Events and happenings throughout the country during the past week. Winners cannot go straight to the de i be i ruse tilt v Are crooked. A miss Bisland the computer of Nalalio Bly arrived in new York on the morning of Jan. 30th. A the Steamboat Desota burned on the Ohio River Jan. 28th. One fireman is missing. Loss $26,000. A on his third trial John j. Ferris. At Peoria Iii., was sentenced to Twenty five years for the murder of Stephen Mcgee in 1887. To Tho Chicago worlds fair executive committee has decided to increase the Chicago fund to $10,000,000 by the issuance of $5,000,000 in Bonds. A a Texas amp Pacific train was wrecked and burned near plaque nine la., Jan. 30th. The conductor and Engineer were killed and two trainmen Hurt. A Tho Sawmill Boller at falling Rock Creek w va., exploded. Joe Wright and Morgan Hoover were instantly killed. Another Man was badly injured. A a passenger train at the Oswego depot was run into by another express train from the rear. Tho particulars Are meagre but three persons Are reported killed. A or. Bradley manager of the weekly edition of the Philadelphia press was sentenced to five years for the larceny of about $89,000 of the paper s Money. A a special from fort Smith auk., says George fable a negro was hanged Here Jan 30th, for the Inu Jer of Irwin Richardson another negro lust september. A by an explosion of Nitro Glycerine near Alton Bradford county. Pa., win. La. Mchenry and Alexander Conner two Well known torn it Cdo men. Were blown to atoms. A mrs. Mary began and son. Pos mistress and assistant at Partlow. Mo., were arrested by a Post office inspector for robbing the mails. The amount of Money and valuables stolen is Large. A news has been received of the poisoning of a family of eight persons named Hargrave living South of Point pleasant w. Va., by a negro woman. Some of the Feuilly Are reported dead. A mrs. Boggs near Waverly Ohio while returning Home through a Field was attacked by n vicious sow. Before assistance reached her she was so terribly mangled that Sho cannot recover. Pc. . Lob Soheid aged about 26 years son of or. Imp Soheid of Youngstown Ohio shot himself in the Central Park n. Y. It is thought that lie was insane on religion. His wound is dangerous. A the congregational Church it delivers Center mass., burned. Loss. $35,000. The Shureb is a historic one being Tho such. Mgt Rof Iho ancient Salem Village Parish Church in which the is Ite Hei aft trouble began. A a special from Lynchburg va., a ays mrs. Mushy of Payne who was thrown from her Carriage died from Tho effects of her injuries. Mrs. Payne was 32 years of age. She was one of tile in Quot it a prominent a it it Only worn ii Iii a Outh it in Virginia. A at Lexington iu., a pipe retort boing made exploded in the High school. Prof. Jess was terribly burned about the face and both Oyes will probably be rendered sightless. Bort Merrill aged 20, a so badly injured to w ill probably die Ora Kemp and Flatlie Barnard wore severely injured and Atli nit Twenty other More or less Hurt. A at the Norris Modi in Texas moves Quinin was murdered by manual Orsagas. A dark eyed Senorita was wooed by them both. She a ii ii Able to decide Between them and a ugg inf d that they tight a Duel with guile to to Thi Tho men agreed hut Orta Quot As Laid in ambush and shot his �?�3 a Andrew Weaver aged 65 years was found murdered in front of the j House of his daughter in Law Fiette Weaver about three Milos from Coburn a. There was a Large knife wound Between Tho ribs and penetrating Tho heart. Fichte Weaver Jones Ausman and his Mother mrs. Aus Man were arrested and taken before Justice Garthoff who committed Fiette doings of Congress. A summary of the proceedings of the 51st Congress general Assembly. Senate Washington Jan. 37.�?the House Bill to simplify the Laws respecting the collection of customs was ordered printed and referred to the committee to to us Nee. Hoar presented resolutions recently adopted at a Mats meeting. ,. I a in relation to the cruel deprivation As the murderer and others tor com of coloured people in the Southern states of the a licit there had been Nii Arrelindo i right a to Quot part a elections. Referred to the Bucuy. Mere Natl Ocen Quai ring j committee on elections. After discussion the Between Weaver and his daughter in Law and Sho had been heard to say that she would kill him if she got the Chance. A the Lenox Hill Bank new York has suspended payment. It is controlled by the same persons who recently bought control of the sixth National Bank of that City which has already been closed by the Bank examiner. A knowledge of Tho relation of the two institutions caused a run on the Lenox which it was unable to meet the president is said to have made an attempt in Wall Street to obtain funds with which to make payments but was unsuccessful. The Clearing House association acted on resolutions went Over a message from the president transmitting a report from the Secretary of state concerning the it Bines was presented and referred and after a Short executive session the Senate at 4 .t0 p. In. Adjourned. House. In the Bouse Mccleary of Kentucky offered a Resolution which was referred congratulating the people of Brazil on their just and peaceful Assumption of the Powers duties and responsibilities of self government. Lehi Bach of new Jersey from the civil service Reform committee reported a Resolution which was adopted directing the committee to investigate the charges of evasion preferred against the civil service commission and to examine and report upon the practical work synopsis of important proceedings of the state legislature. House. Des Moines Jan. 37.�?mr. Lane called the House to order at 10 30. In. The clerk read the journal and been moved a recess of one hour. I twas seconded by Blythe and a recess was taken until la 85. At la 83 the chairman announced that he awaited the pleasure of the House. Blythe asked that the pairs be verified. There were sixteen pairs. Bitt he then raid he wished to Send to the clerk a a desk and have read a proposition agreed to Between the conference committees and As he understood agreed to by the caucuses on each aide. The proposition was unanimously agreed to and under it in the afternoon the House proceeded to a temporary organization As follows l. D. Hotchkiss was elected temporary speaker by a Viva Voce vote ii. 8. Wilcox Calef clerk Albert head speaker pro tem proceeding to carry out Tho agreement. D. C. Kelp was alerted assistant Secretary. Dobson Hobbs Hamilton Estes and Coyle were appointed As a committee on credentials. They at one retired Ana prepared to report the a list of members already used in the Roll Calls of the House. Walden was selected to administer the oath to the temporary speaker. Knoll moved that a committee be appointed to escort the tem por ing of the so Stem. The House than in com Are pm Ker to the chair. Knoll and Young by tee of the whole proceeded to consider the were appointed and performed their duty Smit Bill appropriating Sjo olo for the erection of three United Stales prisons and for the imprisonment of United states prisoner. After some discussion the committee Rose reported the Bill to the House and it was passed. Senate. Washington. Jan. 38.�? the Senate further debated the it handler Quot Mississippi outrage Tho sixth National Arni dropped it from t 10%. Spas s. A Sti Iski the association. Tho Hank examiner states that Tho depositors win certainly to paid in full. Tho equitable Bank has also been mentioned in connection with these two institutions but its president says it is not affected. A rho year 1890 will to a Good one for the readers of the journal of education. Special attention will be Given to the department of methods for the j schoolroom Aud a Large amount of i space will be devoted to it. Many of Tho most successful Teu hers in the country Are now numbered among its contributors. Among the Many prominent features for the coming year we would note the following series of articles science for the com Mon schools by the experimental method by John f. Woodhull prof. Of natural science in the new York co Liege for the train applause. Or. Hotchkiss thanked the House for the Honor conferred on Nim Sod pledged himself to preside in such a Way As to meet the approval of All on motion of been seconded by re Hunan a unanimous vote of thanks was tendered to chairman for his aide impartial Aud courteous Serrine in the temporary organization. Walden administered the oath to the temporary speaker Aud the House took a recess of thirty minutes awaiting the report of the committee on credentials. After the recess the committee on credentials reported the list of members be returned by the Secretary state. Sneaker Hotchkiss administered the oath of office to the members. The republicans presented a. O. Smith for temporary doorkeeper t. J. Merkel for temporary sergeant at arms Alvin Swan guv Dobson Roseto conk Ling head Aud Clyde Belljr. For temporary valid pensions was passed providing that in i pkg. The Democrat presented Geo. Or slug i cases of pension claims of dependent parents it George Greenlief Ana Matt Kean for tem shall Only be necessary to show to the pension rotary ase ii taut doorkeeper miss Nellis la office that the parents Are without other mean tor temporary assistant pos mistress and de. Of support than Minnil labor. Dorsey of c. Re Asaeli or. W. H. Briggs and John of Brien Nebraska from the committee on banking and for temporary pages. These nominees of both currency reported a Bill to provide for the parties were unanimously elected Aud the Issue of circulating notes to National banking douse adjourned till tuesday afternoon at 2 89. I associations. After discussion the Bill went Senate. Over and the Bouse adjourned. Duh Moines Jan. 38.-the Senate met this san at. J afternoon. Kelley introduced a Resolution Washington Jan. 39.�?after some routine memorializing Congress to pass a Law Emprow. A a a a la the Issue of Treasury notes on deposits of Silver Bullion and asked its reference to the committee on finance and asked that a Bill prepared by Secretary Windom to the same purpose be printed and referred. After debate on several measures the Senate adjourned. House. A Bill reported from the committee on in Duna i business Mitchell took the floor and proceeded ering the president to suspend the Tariff Laws to address the Senate on the Bill for the free when articles protected by Tariff Are controlled by trusts. It was referred to the committee on Federal relations. The Senate then took a recess for an Bour. After recess the Senate and coinage of ail or. Al the conclusion of his address the Senate went into executive session and at 3 of clock the doors were opened and the Senate adjourned. House. The most of the Day a spent in the discussion of what constitutes a quorum. The i sneaker ruled that a majority of the members wee a quorum if present regardless of the journey till wednesday at 3 30. Hou a. Lite Bouse met this afternoon. Speaker Hotchkiss in the chair. After the Reading of the journal announcement of pairs and Wear i of members absent a Lehman nominated i a ,n in. 1 flirt that some of them mar refrain from voting. Hamilton for speaker and Luke presented tug of teacher. The science of eau ruling was objected to by democrats and Wilson of Cass. The vote was a tie and the cation by Larkin Dunton la. A. I a adjournment the duration was still Aew dead lock was on a a headmaster of the Boston Normal school Industrial Art education in Europe by k. W. I. Hamilton. Drawing in the grammar schools by Fanny hey Wood Smith of Worcester mans. Formerly teacher of drawing in state Normal school Westfield mass. St the adjournment the question was still Landing undecided. Senate. Washington. Jan. 33.�?tim Senate to Day listened to speeches by senators Vance Anil Hampton on the Rara question. Vance took the floor and addressed the Senate on the negro emigration Bill. His speech took humorous turn and was frequently applauded by the crowded galleries. Hampt Nii addressed eighty two votes were cast 41 for Hamilton and 41 for Wilson. Hamilton voted for Wilson and Wilson for Hamilton. A second ballot was then taken which resulted the same As the first. The third fourth and fifth ballots resulted the a ame Anil on motion of Heeria the Houat adjourned till 10 30 to Ai Orrow. Senate. Dis Mont tis Jan 29.�?-a Resolution was statement of the senator from Kansas Ingalls aril biotic by Cella Doerter of a Idem based on a newspaper extract that he was in i>-,.�w,nn.,. I. I. Favor of the extermination of the negro. He applied i psychology by Lur j favored no such horrible policy. At the conclusion of Hampton a speech the Bill went user without action Ami the Senate after the Senate at some length. He denied the offered by senator Woodson that until Tho a Enate receives Otloe of the organization of the House any senator May present a Bill pass Nati. O. Kin Dunton la d., of Boston Normal school. Tho essentials of psychology by a. K. Wanship editor of Tho journal. Miss Sarah l. Arnold principal of training school Minneapolis will be a constant contributor to Tho journal during Tho your. A four Page supplement Wilt be published monthly containing the new York state uniform examination questions with answer. Subscription hate a including supplement�?$2.50 a year $1.25 for six months. New England pub. Ca Boston and Chicago. A Horace Greeley and Davis Are Tho subject of Tho strongest j fessed. Article in the february cosmopolitan j by Murat Halstead. Two of Tho illustrations in curious contrast Are a i realistic photo i eur Liture made from i life by an obsolete process of photography in iday and j. Q. A. Ward Ideal sculpture a it now App irs in Brief executive a asian. Adjourned till monday. Rouse. The scene of yesterday were resumed torts and the House is again in an uproar Over if same decision of the speaker counting a quorum Aud nearly every member of the dam create Side was of his fee shouting and. Shaking his Hinds St the speaker. The scene resembled a riot. Mckinley then demanded Tbs pre sinus question it it a the approval of the journal. The yeas and nays us Ellale. When the Roll a All w As finished it a As evident that a quorum had not voted. Speaker Reed thru followed hts proceedings of yesterday declared that a quorum was in the House and the previous question was sustained. Jeers Aud groans from democrats and cheers from republicans the House lieu at it 35 adjourned until to Morrow the re pub Iran being jubilant Over their Success Aad ils Nerton j toe democrats feeling correspondingly Dell to the Secretary by whom it May be numbered and a memorandum made on the Bill Book and printed and distributed on Tbs dash. Adopted several other resolutions were introduced and also some is Tilton presented which were referred. Adjourned. House. The roil was called after which the speaker announced the ballot on permanent speaker As the order of but inca. Toe first ballot resulted in 83 votes equally divided Between Hamilton and Wilson. At the close of the seventeenth ballot for permanent speaker and the twelfth for the Day head moved an adj at Ament re the Yea and nays were ordered by i phoning that by did a because the gentleman from Monona Roe who usually performed this duty we absent and that ids Friend from Brott Ali Well a tired. Atter some further pleasantries the House adjourned until 10 31 of clo k thursday. Senate. Des monks Jan. senator arose to make explanations in regard to petitions Atal ski letters they had i i in Reb t. In to i. 8. It or no i a i it in a a a Iran acted aul the Senate ainu to o Cha k to morn a. Houma. At 9 20 speaker Hotchkiss called the House to our. After so be Pieler Siuai Des the Rol Call for the it in tem up i Naomi a Aker it pan. At the dive of Blue ballots for the Moraine the House adjourn i to 2 a in the afternoon in the afternoon six More tie ballot were taken sad then the House adjourned to Sjo p. M. Friday House. Washington Jan. In in a the clerk pro Reding in the usual manner to Rem the abridged journal omitting detailed vote. Bland of Missouri la mantled the Reading of the d a tent in full and thin was ordered by the bleaker it in is my complot i until 13 5t> an i no Date y Mckinley. It f Ohio. Moved that tie journal to App or cd and on tint motion the precious Quost Lou. Up Ringei inter ted a to Ion to adjourn saying be did Llie studio. The Oiler cont nth Given enable the commit tee on rules t bring in t a i a Rede of Rule. The chair decided that Barf our in abundant variety of attractive Anil or was twit to order in aking of a Mutton to timely Reading with the usual pro a Tourn the speaker finally declined to Ruter tam any motion mad tor the j Urne of of fusion of illustrations Apt Geber traction for this Hynum and other Mentor the v. A ordinance corps tax Are a a a a get Ion bitterly j it he Aas us tailed by a Pool Lea no. Several cent developments in gun making a peaches were made on bom sides and then show thu growth Aud tendency of Annam tit in iou nation. A a the emperor a by Frank Vincent contain interesting retain i i be. S of the of. I Moil to. festive the Iii new Moulin Are sea on ably portrayed by Mary i Daml a voting journalist of Tho Crescent City. Grace Greenwood tolls of mrs. Bailey a Washington Balon a generation ago whore the lading anti slavery person Alii a congregated a George own in Vertily a by jobs j. A. Becket forms a chapter of in educational series and ii if a dozen other Good articles appear. Instead of the usual novel the month present a double rival killing him instantly l Ite Mur substitute in a quaint Georgia Story by deter escaped. Richard Malcolm Johnston character 6 a seven thousand people mostly inti Paliy illustrated by Kemble and a negroes gathered Ian. 29th at Mot humorous play called a a gentle pan ga., to witness in execution 1 maniac a by George Edgar Mont Gem j which was postponed. In the after cry superbly illustrated by de Meza noon a riot began Between the whiles i if you Are not acquainted with the and blocks caused by to Drunken Magazine Send to cents for a i Pei sunking a White child. Many shots men copy to the Politan fab i the Bouw adjourned. The president of a Bank cruelly beaten by an infuriated mob. In resident Armstrong of Tho Conway c ninth , f on nay Springs Twenty Milos Southwest of Hitchita Kansan was assaulted by n mob of in furl Del labourers and beaten to y Thath a phys Dana held out Only alight Hopes f r his recovery. Fresi do it Armstrong i also Iii. Chief of a company operating a augur manufacturing Plant and employing about 1 m men with whom a new Agre men had been recently made l in employees in Tuioi that t n i. R Tho new scale thee Senate. Or Moines Jau. 31. 8 n at real led loonies a u Aru i net of bul the n Pas cd Iii to Tho to. And an g thew one to senator Iblis to Foi a approx Natl i of $1.41.0 d f i Impi veg the Capitol Groin do a "1j to tii s the of coff g. A. \ Ariot ill were or ii. I. Of a filch the Senate adjourned to tuesday next at i 3 p. La. House. Eight tie ballots were kit for Kern rent a meatier this afternoon Sci for Wilson and 1 for Hamilton. It was announced that after adjournment the democrats would go into joint caucus. Mccarthy resigned a Teller Togo Home t in in Quot iou of Walden House adjourned to fat inlay. Houawa. Or Moi or. Feb i Twenty one pairs were Ann it Cert the largest us inti so to i he forty second turbot for vim anti i speaker resulted Wilson 39 Hun Boa 21. Six More in us were us i All a h the wine no \ i Irr the fort Thih a it dint or Dent of in la Moulin i Ltd ii. Joii Ruinen Ais n or at Ierma u. Lii Dit the motion i. Muru n Tim n aft some Rtin to the bus i Lese of. a Pennant speaker. An aim a deut to the motion to adjourn that lie a mourn meat he at 3- w this aftera n was a ted duo is Sod it to the a adjourned to 3 we nday feb. Hid i. Washington. Fob i at the close of Pray or the speaker Uirt r d the clerk t. Read Tho journal of y cd Rosy. Ltd it to res dog were boing defrauded oui of to portion a is ripened la and when became. A ii.-. To a Iii till a a Quot teas tit i and so Faith. Of their wage Aud about <0 of them Ini my t \ no i io.uii.h1 nut so were fired and one while Man fatally anti three others seriously wounded. Several negroes were wounded but none killed. Tig company Broadway of ave. And 2 the st., new Yolk. Evergreen Trees dudes of the Forest. in a Tkv Fri is met it . Or erect the office of Reald it Armstrong ii Hie bunk before Tho Confer Nee a proceeded very fur or. Armstrong grew furious an i ordered Tho men to a leave i office. The maddened labourer then seized the Bank president and by r ii in to the a Luvot and heat him almost to inane Billy. Tho in Riff was a a Vito amps to the Ai one Bya powerless to interfere or Ari Strong c taken to i Home. Required re lag be in fun the speaker Orrt Sre it a that ii to Viroue. Or a Fri Quot in i ohs tie Collie a Al Retina a is of Lith v Jackson we a tilde red at Mac a in att a my h Eon i Simi and. A input of i s ruling of in r a if a ii in i the of e i. La in u�?~0vv cd till. Year f. I ,.eu."c 4,n so my Quot i the this the hot.-, a Ijo uru 1. A a when i i it la i it r i Vemi am m. I i i Aloin a a a i la n Quot it Gfa Quot no Lite Wiak lug the wheels it aul Moidni lift or Smo Melv we re u Ltd a a i. Up. Our
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