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Columbus Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Columbus, Indiana 50i�zm number 2604t�o�sday evening. January a a. 1891. Abroad. Losing a Tience. Gon nines in Europe still ice bound. Distress among the working classes in England Many die hunger and cold. I Bono weather. Pabis Jan. 13. Seine and other is Neh Rivers Are Frozen to except in mid a Wirein. At spinal the thermometer is degrees below Zero. The Harbor i if. Geneva is Frozen Over for the first since 1830 and All navigation is it a topped. A Berlin Jan. 13.�? saturday pm Emmral Miles ufred Parl eying. I4�nda i i a Lumata to the Ipoh tuck. A puff a in it be Agency s. D., via Rusbar Ville Jan. 13.�?general Miles has determined not to Parley nor Confer a gain i with the indians. He has sent a messenger to the Hostiles camped at the Mission stating terms. said they must come into the Agency in Small squads and go into Camp their grounds near the Friendly indians. He Quot would nor j act if they chose to Weir own camping sounds but the Lam Les and Oga lallas must not Camp together and they must submit to. The Laws governing the reservation and to the a a Edt. It is Learned from official sources to at Titis is general files final action. If a he indians do not accept those terms general Miles will go after them and there will be a fight Siire. Slots Xiv i heard the outskirts the Camp but they were stray shots fired by the pickets. The indians Are at the Mission six Miles away and made arrangements with general 3iil<?s for a conference with the chiefs. It is expected that the indians will Ojue either As friends Hostiles and tiie conference will determine v hich. Father Jutz informed Bush politics. The split in the party Day to comes More serious. Mcca thy refuses to resign at part Nell s dictation the matter s address at Limerick. O brie Mayjo it los Don Jan. 13.�?it is reported that Justin in Mccarthy has written to Gladstone apprising what was done at the last Boulogne conference absolute ref Siil to resign at the bidding Pamell. Of the approval a rent ii abilities Over assets to inter state to eclair St. Lokitis Jan. 13.�?a Meetin to it the clubs the Intel state bad a Bill league has been caused to meet at a Lington la., january 17. Burlington Quincy Evansville Terre Fiance Davenport Cedar rapids Kocky Ord Freeport i Eoria in Buyne Jolet and other cities have promised to Send delegates to the meeting. Damaged by fire. Cambridge Rort mass., Jan. 13. Roberts Iron works Here have been by fire to the exl iii a a in ins Vince $ i7,0v 0, Sai a m. Jan. 13. sixteenth biennial so Sion the Oregon state legislature convened at Lioon. The legis Liture joint ballot re Perm William drove in a Sleigh Over Biver Havel to Potsdam. The ice i ii pm thirteen inches thick and the pm Purpi non arriving at Potsdam ordered Quot i she troops the Garrison including 1 a artillery to turn out and exercise Yin to Rossing the ice. V ithe severity the weather is causing it a wolves to become dangerously hungry. A specially in the Case those which Are Binning to infest the Wovoris near general Miles tip ii the indians were in a re by villages in the Northern part a Friendly mood and were inclined to come in peaceably. Father Jutz a says the indians do not want to be disarmed. This is the keynote to the conf i ence. If general Miles says they will not be disarmed a peaceable settlement will take place. A plan has been suggested to separate the Bra Les and Oga lallas and sen Ltd the rules Back to their reservation and turn the Oga lallas Over to Captain Pierce the newly appointed agent Tobe disarmed not As he pleases i Washington Jan. Is. A major Gen eral Schofield has received the following Telegram from general Miles dated Pine Ridge january 11 Quot the Antii i body indians numbering Between 3,000 and 4,000, Are camped about four Miles from this Agency White Clay j Creek and should be camped at the Agency in a Day so. Colonel Shaffiers command is Here numbering about 700, and general Brooke s command 1,0 men Are following. The indians disposition and appearance indicate a favourable result and to the a military authorities. Captain Pierce the newly appointed agent has arrived and Lias taken Active charge the Agency. Of that resolve by scaly and Sexton and asking the Liberal Leader for , 04 democrats 20, and will counsel. Gladstone is said to have re elect a successor to United states Sena the Foo so state Quot Liim Gay. Bears have appeared in the Starr Ian Mountain. Lio Doii Jan. 18.�?throughout Enid intense cold weather continues prevail in and tuition dense fogs Are eral but there has not been any it re Snow. In the hebrides West i. Erri islands the temperature registered is 50 degrees. The continent is still suffering from Enow storms so severe that several i ingress trains Between Hamburg Cio logic Berlin Ami Vienna have been to towed up. The mails have been con Idder ably delayed throughout Europe. Berlik Jan. 13.�?heligoland is Cut off by the ice from communication with rest the world and has been since Chi is Mas. The inhabitants Are living wild ducks and Salt meat. To Ndoja Jan. 13. The rigorous weather continues and the distress among the working classes caused by a even weeks Frost and Snow has As a need terrible proportions. In London alone it is believed there Are nearly 300,000 men without Vork and every a Ity in the kingdom reports proportionate number. Most local authorities have lamentably failed in their duty toward the suffering poor and private Charity although Given every where in generous measure Lias proved sadly inadequate owing to j the tremendous magnitude the evil. The socialist agitators never had More material for their purposes and they Are seeking to utilize it to the fullest extent. The government which proves that agitators have for weeks past been it i wisely engaged among the poor people i i inciting them to violence. Starving men Are told abundance wealth and a abounding luxury in the West end and Are urged to seize forcibly that which they will never Baijin by quiescent a offering. 3 saturday afternoon the alarm reached i e police heir quarters that a mob was a a Oka Ching upon Northumberland ave nne and fall mall with the avowed in a. I Tention looting the big hotels and the aristocratic clubs. The warning a a i was immediately sent to St. A Teri is ban Acks. Hard by Trafalgar and the a Liee reserves were by Telegraph from All. I parts the Metri it put Lis. A mob a slut not tattered hunger pinched actually did Anarch along Thea Quot Quot Hjames embankments but their Stom Achs were too empty for fight. The advanced is far As the Savoy hotel and Quot a Ere catching sight a Strong body i police promptly i Olhs wed the example la a their Leader a Well known revolt Gix Ooary spotter. And bolted inti it space. A it is hardly an exaggerate it to say that the unusual l cold has completely hundreds people a. Of advanced years having been actually killed by it get Aion by the creation a pneumonic a he pulmonary diseases but by the severity i."4he weather Benum bin and j 4freezing them to death. The i Quot Quot death notice is Are phenomenally a Lium Erous and the hospitals Are Over crowded with those who. A prised to the a. Walks have fallen and broken a arms legs. But Snoie set re than All p else is the wish and famine a prevailing. I ish is such a luxury that it the Host prices. Vegetables Are at just double their Foi Mer figures and in buying one is sure to find Many that Are Fri it St bitten otherwise spoiled. This serious condition a the produce Market has tilled the p�5lice courts with men and women charged with stealing f x Der Liat which they Many crave the i Lare Ine Anson to save them from starvation the streets. Pushing a fight. A i Many fell in Battle. Porn Hun Erthl natives in sane Gail killed in ii i i it wis ii the French. Paris Jan. 13.-�?.advices received Here St. Louis the chief town sen a go i bring the nears that the French. Troops under commander Archinard if be carried by assault the for a Tress Micara belonging to the big Tau Ahmad. During the Battle 400 Tives were killed and to tided Sooim Nivea engaged. On the French bit one native so dim were and Serral were Dragen Matij. Friia Somis de. Engr land Carrien the l a bring sea Contro very into the i United states court application for a writ prohibition again it tue he inure English vessels. Washington. Jan. motion has been made in the supreme court by James h. Choate new a York representing the acadian government for a writ prohibition declaring that tin District court Alaska had no Joti i diction in the Case the sealing Schooner Laymond seized by United states authorities in Alaska the vessel having been taken outside the customary three Marine leagues. This motion creates quite a Surprise in congressional and diplomatic circles As it is considered to a a coup d eat the part Ireat Britain for the purpose bringing the entire question the Juristic to m the United states in the Behring sea before the highest Legal Tri Binal in the United states and thus Force that court to define the position the country this important subject. The Quot elections Bill. Senator Quay introduces an important amendment to the Lodge measure. Vashist Tox Jan. 13.�?senator Quay a has introduced in the Senate a substitute to the Federal election Bill. The principal Point difference is in the last Section the Bill which is As follows Quot when it Small appear to the satisfy Cyloa the president the United states that in any locality the this Law can not otherwise be executed it shall be duty and he is hereby empowered to suspend there the writ Hareas Corpus and to employ the armed forces the United states naval and military Tor its enforce mint and for the Protection the off cens whose duties Are herein provided the House adopted a Resolution providing for a special committee five Meliers to investigate the alleged connection members Congress in Silver pools and to inquire into the ownership the Quot 1-2.000.000 ounces Silver Bullion which the United states is asked to congressman resigns. the sixth new Fork District accepts a judg Eshop. New York Jan. John Henry Mccarthy representing the sixth new York District has resigned seat at Washington to accept a place the City court Bench. Governor Hill has jus appointed to fill the vacancy caused by judge to Adams Elevation to the Superior court. Or. Mccarthy s term As congressman lasts Only a Little Over seven weeks More so there will be no special election held to i the vacancy caused by retire left to born to death. , o., Jan. 13. re Mains Ebenezer Sobora an old time Printer were Frimd in. The Rains i a half bumped House. Neighbor heard Calls for help but supposed lamp pm the result a periodical a it ree. He was a Bachelor and had used Alon in m Tumbler Dom in Oiw for Ofir to a plied that he regarded the conf rent a As most compromising and believes the easiest Way out the iii Mculty is the bests get rid Parnell that is to be done with almost any sacrifice. To cording to All accounts the attitude As it sued by Mccarthy has angered Brien who May join Parnell but awaits the arrival Dillon before taking decided action. There is every indication a serious split in the majority the Irish party. Pamell s tactics Are succeeding in dividing opponents and rendering himself indispensable. Limerick Jan. 13.�?mr. Pamell addressed an assemblage 20,000 people Here sunday and met with an enthusiastic reception. He took the ground that . Gladstone had caused the present trouble by issuing mandatory letter demanding that the Irish members depose their Leader. Referring to . Gladstone s denial the accuracy statements respecting the Hawarden inters View Pamell said he could now confirm the truth former statements by a letter written by Parnell March 18, Only three months after that interview when the matter was still fresh in mind and when even bitterest enemy could not say that he had any reason to misrepresent the facts sup press the truth. The letter was sent to Cecil Rhodes Premier Cape Colony an adherent Home Rule. Or. Pamell read the letter proving that the statement which he sent to Rhodes corresponded with the assertions in the manifesto issued by . Pamell and which . Gladstone had contradicted. Or. Pai Nell proceeded to say that . Gladstone pointed to certain own Public declarations As disproving . Parnell s version the interview but it was difficult to make any thing out these declarations because . Gladstone possessed a marvelous faculty placing a different interpretation upon any statement than that placed upon it by opponents. Or. O Brien toy whom he had communicated an outline the Hawarden conversation had a memory it exactly identical with that . Pamell respecting . Gladstone s proposal. As to the number members to be retained. Whatever might be the motive Irish ii embers in opposing it was certain that they were not in a position by their knowledge the condition affairs to sit in judgment up it a to pretend to express the opinion the country. It w8,s Ever to be regretted that their Blind haste to follow new be impelled them to press Forward the decision in the committee room As if invites were Golden. Many them must now wish that they had paused and instead sending misleading till Grams Acri is the Atlantic cries Quot hear Quot a had awaited the re Tum Oil Rienz cheers a whose advice and judgment would have been esteemed and respected by As it would have been compulsory them. He could not fore Ltd is the result the present negotiations without in breach Confidence. But he thought that in. O Brien would not object to saying j that pc far the negotiations had resulted in agreement and they fully Recagni it id that future Steps would have to be taken by other men Quot upon whom a very great responsibility would rest if . O Virien be not Able to it resume the negotiations with an assured Hope Success. For himself he Only asked them to believe that he Iliad not been actuated by the contemptible and paltry motives attributed to . As soon As the future the Irish question was secured he would cheerfully retire from the leadership. Cries he should scarcely be asked to Lead the party composed As it was at present. Be believed i that the future Woodd vindicate fully. A a Sis old Nicra sworn in. Topeka kan., Jan. 18.��?contrary to All precedent in Kansas the inauguration tiie newly elected state officers was Uniat Tendl with the usual ceremonies. There was no inaugural Ball no festivities no speeches. The officers elect simply assembled at noon in the office the Secretary state took the oath office and entered upon pos-8es.sion their respective offices. Looks bad for the cred Toni. Detroit Mich., Jan 1.3. report the receivers the j. E. Potts amp lumber company has been filed and proved a great Surj Rise. It was thought at the time a. Alignment that the failure was As it sow Cureses to he. The Lii Orl a a it we tvs Itah Titi dec tip a Tor Mitchell who will probably be returned As he Hai no apparent opposition a k lied. Galupi Puiia 111., Jan. 13. Clay Bank at the x paving Bra Csc works East the City caved in and instantly Ivl d Arthur Taylor the 3abrr r Etc dial cat it it is had car Row pan a hi., ail 3�?vowicr a us is her j inquiring Uio accidental death mrs. Enright who had the top her Hea i shot off by an old Musket in the hands her husband sunday afternoon. The prisoner claims he did not know the gun was loaded. _1_ heard a Fuji Itil Kerhim Gay Telephone. Elmira n. Y., Jan. A . T. Beecher bunday i reached the funeral Sermon to is. Laugdon Mother mrs. S l. Clemens. Is either my Clemens nor a Ife attended but listened by Tel Pho in 450 macs away in Hartford co Tiu notes the Day. At Menden 111. Charles Poling aged to years killed himself in Takin a gun ii Cim a closet. Much damage has been done in new Jersey by heavy Rains and serious washouts Are feared. During the past week Over 500 miners have been discharged the go Gebic Range in Michigan it is said that senator Delamater. Of Pennsylvania offers to Settle with creditors fat 50 per cent Thomas a Pinkham East Peoria 111., died Hydro Hob a. He was bitten by a mad dog a year ago. Polk Lynn killed George Lacey at Brooklyn. 111., by striking Over the head with a billiard Cue. Lynn escaped. Daniel Wilke Kewanee 111., was killed sunday by the accidental discharge a revolver in the hands Paul Streicher. The Kansas supreme court has decided that coloured children could not be discriminated against in the Public schools the Tate. It is reported that a Syndicate has been formed for the purpose consolidating the Western part Kansas into one vast cattle Range. Last monday an old Man named Byer disappeared from Home at Kewanee 111. Sunday body was found in the Snow. He had committed suicide. Mrs. Sherwood has been awarded damages 8 i0,000 against the a amp w. Or r. At grand rapids Mich for in. Juries received in alighting from one their trains. Arrangements have been made for a Regula service steamers Between i Chattanooga tenn., and St Louis As a result the opening the Muscles Shoals canal. The governor Mississippi has just completed a count the Cash in the Treasury As required by the new Constitution and finds the Anion it hand 1?3i3,184. Correct. I rank Thomas Cook the Steamer i Lig Sandy who three weeks ago killed one Man and nov Index three others who a Nade an attack the Cook s Galley bras acquitted at Henderson by. Secretary Blaine has begun a Corre by Poydence with the Spanish cover Tient in regard to the alleged indignities offered the Nier can missionaries the Island Ponape. In the Caroline Gix up by Spanish soldiers. Thous7.�dsartidle. A Batch to my Ginarn at Asp hotel interest to amp amp to i saturday morning derailing a Olga Isle s a a firm a Jack Lucions Foni Nav it a Vas not. Namy. _ sixteen blast sumac us i Ohio shut Down to Irons in a 10,000 men oat work. Cleveland . Jan 13, blast furnaces., All but two in the Mahoning Valley Ohio have shutdown in pm issuance an agreement readied two weeks ago. Ten thousand men Are thrown out work. The object the Mace men is to Force the Coke operators to reduce the Price Coke and the railroads to Renc. Freight Tes to and from the Valley. �,ap1.ur>iti in spun. Makii it. Jan. 13. a Huist pad lev ski who escaped from France Atter murdering tie Ilu Siati police agent general deliver ski has Iwen captured it the Little Spanish town lot where he was in hiding. It is reported that Wadlewski has confessed that he Cora knitted the murder. Tier draw the old Mma. Chicago Jan. t. Heo dry who is wanted in Goshen ind., for one the most cruel and cold. Blooded mar Deil record has been i arrested and locked no at the Central station to await the arrival a it i. The Indiana sheriff. An old Man Edmund Calkins was drowned sensation Iuliu pc pc vex Baucu Viiu j Fra a Jay been suspicious foul play it was not i until last Spring that the full Story the crime was made known. Then Calkins who is handsome and who was Many years younger than her husband was arrested at Niles Mich., for the murder Quot Khe was taken to go Shen where she made a full confession implicating Hendry x. The tragedy occurred april 3 last just Throe Days after the Man Page the couple. It a big sensation in Goshen. Cal Idns Vas about <50 years old Well known and at time editor oif that labor signal published there. Or. And mrs. Calkins had gone boat Riding accompanied by frs i c Hendryx. As they told at Terv Vard a Hacins attempted to change places when the boat u >.set. Calkins who could not swim was drowned but Hendryx saved mrs. Cal Idns. The Coroner held an inc guest the remains and found that Ca Kirvs had Como ii Kay ii a few years Aga j a he i i _ Senate Cost Ollitee Quot find a to report a. I far a dem v who is contesting the a senator Osborne Tipp seance Coa ii to. The Senate will then stand democrats. Republicans 15. Quot v a a a i 1.v it week tie Chresto it Xii Lei bbazn., ind. Jan. 13.�?a special a fun a Rene the Chicago amp Indiana anal Road ran into a Frei Glit train in. The by. Tiie Mab Keiu i up slip a rms i fat fix Prici a robbery at Jaekl Onville 111, Jackson Vilior 111., Jan. miming the Pacific express Coni Pany a warehouse at the a traction in this City waa broken into and nil red a Tso in. Biko amp by my a figes. Whih had been left accidental drowning but i recommended Lurther investigation. Some sen tonal develop parents followed leading to the indictment 11 Hendryx and mrs. Calkins for murder. On tie arrest the woman at , Mich As before stated she confessed thai the boat ride was planned Quot to murder Calkins and the insurance Money was to be divided Between them. That Hendryx gave Calkins digged liquor before getting into the Itiat. And when Calkins stood up to change position Hendryx gave a push and he went to the Bottom never to Rise again i Lenty natural it iii. In Diana Oigt is. Ind Tan. 13, Sentinel publishes elaborate reports from the Gas Belt centers in this state regarding statements that the Supply is diminishing. At Muncie Anderson Marion and other Points no perceptible diminution pressure was re Poi Ted. There is abundance Gas for Domestic manufacturing and illuminating purposes and absolutely no indication a falling off in the apply Many Wells have failed but new Wells sunk in close proximity Ai yielding freely. Fierce gushing Wells have been Quot anchored Quot within the last ten Days at Frankton Hartford City and Muncie. The average life a Well freely used is Only Al it out three years and then they choke with Oil water although some the earlier discoveries Are still yielding freely. The situation in cities outside the Gas Fields to which Gas is piped is not so favourable. Ail report declining Pressie and in Only one two these places Are the companies Able to Supply factories except in summer. The great Cost piping and operating and the heavy leakage through Long pipe lines make it doubtful whether the carrying Gas for any very Long distance for other than Domestic uses can be made commercially profitable a sudden Vail. Lafayette ind., Jan 1.3.�?general James h. Butler Hampden. ., died suddenly saturday in this City. Or. Butler was sitting in the wholesale House John Morgan when he fell Over and was dead before a physician could be obtained. The deceased was visiting a sister mrs t. P. Emerson and was accompanied by wife and granddaughter. He was a member the Maine legislature and had held Many Impi Tant positions. During the rebellion he had command the Maine militia the Canadian Border. He was a Cousin general Benjamin Butler a Mains will be sent to Maine Fox interment. Compulsory Jadu cation in Lnu uni in idl Axarlis ind., Jan. 13, is a Strong sentiment in the Indiana general Assembly in favor a a cml Pul Sory education Law. Several Bills embodying the idea have been prepared and the leaders the party in the majority Are sup Poi Ting the proposition. One these Bills Winch senator Hobson is author provides that All children Between the Ages 7 and 14 shall be required to attend either Jamb lie private school at least four months in the year. Vettle Delleh that he he Confes fled. , ind Ian ,13.�?w. Of Pettit convicted us orchids denies the Story sent out from Columbus To the effect that a written confession had been found in a desk at the House where he roomed before arrest in which he admits the killing wife and Exon rates the alleged Para Muur mrs. Elma c. Whitehead. He will be taken to the Penitentiary the first the week but expects the a preme court to Grant. a nerf Tutei Courvi a it in turd takes a wife. A Bast ind., Jan is Sarday miming Hon. Hiram z. La Soumi Logansport United states och6bv1 Lar Sherbrooke ont and my. Ebey a wealthy widow were apr Tledni i Leit at Pace for so smoke. .mr.i. 7. 1- i Grain from melons Etc.,. A pm Ciago jail it. T. Fri our a net and lower Spring wheat patents hm4.7b b.ikeram3.i�5a Sta Quot Ter wheat Sioui .r480c fe5.00 for Pike uni 14.40� 4.scnorc ears wbb a ruled Strong Early and than weaker. No. 8 Cash a a a if May fl6i4@98<c. Cob no was. Jno it Ler Bitely Active a and Low. A 8 quoted 490 february. -4d? it la Jarau it Ary 48si�60c, june 58.5ii<ji july amp it Aio. A Oats unsettled. No. 2ca8li,43@i<3jio. May. Examples moderate Eui ply Good demand easier. No. 3.4i@454o. Jas 3 waiter 46� 17c a 2, 45@45 /4cj no. 8 Wiite 4794 i he a a / to Rye in demand and Cronl no. 8, Cash Tojic 71o. Samples a 2, 7jfi7 pc and no % r<60c no. 8 january delivery 7duc, and May. 75p-. = Batons to Salatine and steady. No. 9 Ca amp a. 75@8j&-samples Gommon. 60 �5o Good to Choice 6730, and extra 1 ots mess pork Market quite not Ltd and prices to death by ruled lower. Quotations ranged at 10,50 for Cash 10.50 Tor january sad s10,75�ll.05iormtty, lard rather Active and prices ruled lower. Prices ranged at t&.80@r>. 5 Tor Cali t5.86d.> for january and for May. But term Cream err a @87c Dairy jli@80cv packing Stock a@9c. Potty try live chickens 6@6�/4c per la live Turkey ii. 5<3i�c per la live ducks 7h@ 8>/tc per la live geese 8.50@& 0 per Doz oils Wisconsin prime White. 8c water White 8? Michigan prime White a 4c� water White logic Indiana prime White a water White 10 a headlight 1t.5 test Ajic a Moline 87 Deg is i4c74 Deg so jute Nap Tea 63 Deg s. 8c, liquors distilled spirits ruled Ann a a$1,14 per Gal. For Finis bed goods. New York Jan. More Active. Feb Raftry $1.03x May a june. 81.09,� 1.o3s4 Ijuin f 99 4c@i.00>4 August 97 4@�73ic december a a a in g.l.00 4. A co bks Strong at the opening and it fio Ufa Ami f tie cloned water lie i it a Western pressure a if Utti Etc Steamer mixed. he a firer Eai y. Western a. A by visions been quiet. And lorm plate i7.0l>e7.30 family. 50.00 pork steady and quiet new mess. $11.s0@1s.00 old Mei extra prime ta.@10ik>. Land Dull and easy. Steam rendered. I Okland o., Jan. Quot petrol Uttmi easy. Standard White 110 Deg test 60 74 gasoline 9e 80 gasoline 180 naphtha 7c. Live Stock. Chicago Jan. Is. A Cait lbs Market moderately Active. Fenaes -i�10c lower ranging at f4.h0@.\40 for Choice to fancy shipping steers tlts.90mm Tor Good to i Choice do. T3.u0�. .7s for common to fair doi.-. L?,4 @3.75 for butchers steers for stockers i2.10�2.70for texans t8.a 3.s&io< westerns 88 00 for feeders ,75 try Dows #l.<.00 Lor . And is.00�5.a> for veal calves. Hogs Market 7noilfr it Quot by . Prices de it id Jie avy Gnu 13� it it a outlier Grade cd a a a in s rans d it ii Quot j it p a r Uii is. Ali fran it a a a i �34i0& a. I Vej a i i i us Iivo a tip a. 11 Iki a u. An heroic Oelo How a 6.-»Ve�i family the juju Itilia. A gentleman passed through the . The other Day Way to except it a a Springs whose name three four Yew ago was Onti the popular in Iti daily press that Day Sonya Theka amp City times. It was . John t. Deming n. M., whose deeds he i in saving Bis wife and family massacre by a band sgt a i Ter a running fight several i will Ever make name a one in the history Trio West. A history is As follows a by bad settled a re Nch i new Mexico with wife and son their place being seventeen my from any other settlement. The was by a roving band eco Apa Olies who soil get to drive off Stock. Or. Shy who was Well tied had plenty ammunition Quot Pla wife and child in a place a within tie House then opened which was returned. The fight Quot waged for Koniz a time till one Diane succeeded in crawling us it t<4 setting Aire to rhe House. This flight so. Seik mrs. under Seq the burning Huitsing tiie Humbal father carrying Young so Arm made a dash for the some think Bruah which was nearby.? a ii an Indian Bullet went Tilimo a child s . And lodged body but the it sch ran Forward some dropping the child in the Brit amp a face about fire at the i who would thu i bit Grot . Another stand to a wbk was. Soon the Day tis Quot a anally gave no the Cost the no a i a a the eur a ate in
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