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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 16, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioWhole no. 4328-wednesday morning. December 16, 2891�?twelve pages vol. I no. 23 a Resolution introduced itt a Columbu labor a�i>�mb1r. Ípkc1at. By Apatow to the Inq Attr. Columba 8. 0 up. December 14.�?there was a Lively time at the meeting of the Columbus trades Assembly to night Over a Resolution denouncing senator Sherman for his attitude in Congress on the chinese emigration Bill and other questions affecting organized labor. Governor Foraker a mends had counted noses and were out in Force led by chief inspector of shoos Mcdonald and sex superin tend eat of the state House. J. D. Harris. Ferd Bast Erdes a Democrat who presided ruled the Resolution Ort of order on account of its political character but the Foraker republicans who were largely in the majority set aside the ruling of the chair and after much discussion the Resolution was postponed until the next meeting u o weeks hence the Foraker men consenting As they have the votes to put it through whenever they desire. A a and samples of clothing to the other Side he a a reveal the identity of the dead bomb thrower. Fresh developments in the French Eversole fend but is willing to receive suggestions. Aa3 a renewal of bloody hostilities is expected. _ a a West Whittaker makes a new and sensational statement a a a telling Pfow Captain franc i endear a i ored to quot work quot him. Henry l Norcross a to note broker of Boston it looks like Springer for the ways and Means and the would be 8 a Russell Sage and Helman for the appropriation chairmanships. Clarkson says positively recon no and the same general Grants final besting1 place again tinder discussion or. Mulsand other members Laid up with bad golds. A Eros confession that gives tin eve Erselean Ait the Best of it la so sol Hie fave rite st adj was cd a his desire the is eerie Rich or 1 my rendered him insane. U Pieta Tea to rom Swu Zimm. Page sex. Ky., december Are new development in the French tie Cates now pending in the task Cir part on change of venue from Perry Remoh. Some Tai. A May Lead to the ing of hostilities Between the factions Neper readers Are familiar with the it of the terrible warfare which was on Between these two factions for years in Perry county. Durina that rat Twenty men were killed and synch to destroyed. Finally during a Gentile at Hazard in november. 1889. The to party retreated and hostilities were tied. The Perry circuit court was in at the time and la number of indie Ere found against members of the i for murder and co federating to Christmas a a of i dispatch to a my Nam new York. December it the world wifi print to Morrow a special from Boston which will say a the bomb thrower who tried to kill Russell Sage wat identified to Day by a world reporter. He was Henry l. Norcross a note broker whose office was at no. Is Pearl Street. Boston and whose Home was in Somerville. There were found in the debris of or. Sages office portions of clothing. Including scraps of trousers the Waist band. A pocket and other tatters of garments. To the Waist band of the trousers was attached a Button bearing the words a Brooks. Boston the world Man arrived in Boston Teeter Day morning he had with him a fragment of the trousers besides pieces of the coat and underwear of the dead Man also the photograph of the dead Man s head taken by flashlight the night of the tragedy. The reporter went direct to the store of Brooks. The firm name is Walter c. Brooks a co. And they do business in milk Street. All their goods Are custom made and their books show Thodis Psi Tion of every piece of cloth that Comee into their office. Manager Allen took the piece of the trousers brought by the world Man and began a search of his Stock. Within few minutes he brought Down a roil of doth and Laid it on a table in the Light. The word g Sample was Laid beside it ? Tizzy wbk pm Kracal. By reference to Bis Parchas Book or. Allen Learned that the Soli of cloth was bought from Collins. Downey a co. No. 478 Broadway. New York. It a numbered am and was received september 22 of this year. Or. Allen next went to his order Book. When a Man orders clothes there the number of the Roll from whte a the garment is Cut is recorded in the order. He searched his books through from september 22 to the Date of the bomb throwing. Here was but one pair of trousers Cut from Roll no. 4,201. And they were sold to Henry l. Norcross. No. 12 Pearl Street a measurement of the Roll of cloth also showed that but one pair of trousers had beep made from the material. The salesmen and cutters inthe store began to be interested. The reporter wanted to Clinch mat ate dog meat two of the Dod-6asted varmints a near plucky exile t deny that liar a Ambi so to a a last summer but i do deny that a be party or any one else offered pro by. Other sum. To do it the on of my own concern. French lends tried to kill me while a was court at Winchester list my. I after Wardya Friend that French 1 me. And that was Why i waylaid i wanted rag to state that the Ever met blessed to me that they killed but i did not do it. They a had never sue confession Tome never had we about their . I session Isa lengthy one. And either a tracts almost the whole of the is now a resident of this City. He unassuming Man. And prominent a and Sedal circles. V. Ursules lire in Owsley county sad Wear try and highly respectable a Western judge two coaches thrown
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