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Davenport Daily Leader (Newspaper) - October 20, 1899, Davenport, IowaTo x .1 Jit 1 i i t v i v -7 of. F the Davenport weekly Fri october 1800 i splendid attendance German free school and Davenport Institute. Over ninety registered for the night school among whom there Art Twenty Nins ladies sunday school on the increase. Outlook very Bright the Davenport Institute is meeting with much better Success than the Hopes of those who were instrumental units establishment. While they eventually expected to make it an institution which would be popular they did not expect the number of applicants to run so High on the Start at the present time there Are 91 students registered. Some of these Are registered in More than one course so that the attendance in the classes Are Large. For instance there Are 84 students registered in the technical course and 91 in the Lan Guage course. Of this total number there Are Twenty nine ladies most of them in the language course. Nineteen lessons Are Given weekly and it keeps the instructors Busy. Most of the pupils Are from this City but there Are number also from Moline and Rock Island. They see the advantages of a night school and Are availing themselves of it the new apparatus. The new apparatus in physics is now being installed and is being used for the demonstrations. Many of the appliances Are new and the instructors Are taking a Little time to prepare themselves for the expert ments. They Are appliances that Are practical in their use but Are on a a Small scale. Some of them Are for experimental purposes Only for demonstrations of theories and the applications of tiles. These must be thoroughly understood before they Are used. It is one of the most Complete cabinets that has Ever been used in a school and at same time is compact and occupies Only the room that an Ordinary desk occupies. There Are Complete electrical appliances including liquid batteries and dry and such other equipment As is necessary in demonstrating the uses of the elec tric current there is also a steam which May be operated by compressed air As As electricity. The sunday school. The sunday school is on the Boom since it has been removed into the new building. At that time there were 111 pupils but now that number has increased to 134 with More to follow. There is no question but that the practical principle upon which it is proposed to conduct the school will be successful in drawing a Large patronage to the school and it deserves it How Many people Are there in this City who need the benefits of an education but who cannot spare time for it in the Day time. These can get such instructions As they Iseed in the evening of a practical nature too. Which they can apply. The same is True in the language course. There Are hundreds in this City who have studied German and who May to Able to read some but cannot Converse. These can find in the school a Means which will make them for it is presumed that the pupils Are older and instead of spending the time upon grammar they Are Given practical instructions the grammar being secondary and coining incidentally to the course of study. Interesting figures. What the National interest bearing debt of United states is. The notice to the National Banks of this City yesterday that they get take advantage of the Law and their interest Money on their Bonds nine months ahead of time led c. A. Mast cashier of the first National Bank to make some figures shoving just what this Means in the event that All of the Banks and hold ers of United states securities Avail themselves of the Kover Ament s offer. His figures Are As funded loan of 91 continued upon Call at 2 per cent. Funded loan of 91 continued upon .559.650.000 certificates still outstand ing of an Issue of .39.250 loan of 1904 at 5 per cent loan of 1925.4 per ten twenties 3 per cent the interest on the different funds at the rates named for nine months As funded funded loan of 97.16.7s9.500 refunding of loan of ten Twenty total amount of in Tho holders of United Wil Rcw re is of one per a month on the amount of interest for the nine or 1 4-5 per cent of the total amount of intercut above which is Learine a net fat Crest of to div holders of Bonds. The Mach nifty arriving. For the wire let factory on cast fourth. Already the is 7o for the factory the Daten Choc Krower a. R Irr of the come any the Sonje afro int owing to the mesh of u will to Linae cd before it a Proba Bly middk1 of oven Abr Soror of the machinery arrive Hur inc the Iauco part of aft this Arhl of 3asta33hi or us soon As can be made. Monday or 1. C. Bart Mcd his of Al crop to the new offices of the Cona Pany and in a Day or two of in the Taft tag. Thor Are Nom All in Pajaro and work Plant one of Thi found kit. Davenport Lank resolutions death of August Suffin. The Davenport us plugs Bank of which the late August staff cd one of the founders was a member of the first directorate and had continued As a director to the time of his has adopted the following resolutions and had them neatly mounted. They Are As in it Miriam. Death has removed from our August fee Feu. One of the of the Davenport savings and a number of its Board of directors since its organization. There fore be it. By the Board of directors of this Bank that in the death of our brother this has lost one of its most prudent and conservative officials whose advice was Al ways and whose judgement Seldom erred. That our City and Community at has lost one of their Pioneer and respected business men financiers. That the Board of directors extend to the wife and family of the deceased their sincere sympathy in the hour of their bereavement and be it that a copy of these resolutions be presented to the family of Rue deceased and spread upon the records of this Bank. A. Burdick. J. F. Dow. H. Thomas Scott. William o. Schmidt. Louis Haller. H. Kohrs. H. C. Struck. Telephone matters discussed before the com Mittee of the whole. The pastor welcomed. Rev. John Mcarthur installed As Pas Tor of Lake City Church. The Lake City graphic comes to hand with an account of the installation of John As Pas Tor of the Lake City presbyterian Church. Rev. Mcarthur is Well known this City. The Lake City graphic has having formerly been pastor of the second presbyterian Church of the following to say about the instal installation of Rev. John h. Mcarthur As pastor of the presbyter Ian took place on tuesday evening. The services throughout were impressive. Rev. John r. Sided. The Sermon was preached by w. W. Tait from the text preach 1 Cor. 1.23 ser Mon was and attentively listened to by the Large audience. The Sermon the Constitution Al questions according to presbyter Ian were asked pastor and and the Union was formally consummated by the Moderator. Rev. J. E Groendyke. He spoke of the importance of the work of the minister the ins traction and inspiration to be Given. His address though Brief was packed with Good things. Rev. C. H. Purt Nort d. D. Synodical missionary. Gave the charge to the people. Or. Purmort d. A. Synodical Point the keywords were utilize. Cooperative. He made his Points Clear by telling and Apt illustrations and the congregation was led to see duty and the privilege very plainly. Immediately following the installation services a reception was tendered the pastor and his wife under the deft fingers of the ladies in charge divans and above All the Beautiful Cut ferns and carnations had transformed the lecture room in to a charming reception room. Here the Good pastor and wife received their Many friends who welcomed them and wished them god Speed in their new work. Light refreshments were served in the auditorium. One of the most pleasant features of the occasion was the presence of the other pastors of the and friends both from neighbouring towns and from sister churches in Lake City. It makes us feel that we Are in deed in Christ. Iowa Apple crop. Secretary Green of the state Horti cultural society has made up his is Roddewig Schmidt Cracker factory arts in Side track disposed police uniforms referred to Spe Cial committee composed of chairman Park Hurst and the chief. There was a Good Deal of talk about telephones last evening before the Council 1n committee of the whole. It All resulted from the discussion of the ordinance submitted to the City coun cil at the last meeting renewing the present franchise of the Iowa company and providing that the wires go under ground. The ordinance was taken up Section by Section and discussed and while the different aldermen suggested a number of most of them re lated to matters of regulation. How before the Telephone ordinance came up the proposed c. R i. P. Side track ordinance was brought be fore the meeting and agreed to. Or. Schmidt s views Oswold Schmidt of the Roddewig Sci amid company was at the meeting and after the matter had been presented he was asked to address the Alder men. It will be remembered that this ordinance came up at the last regular meeting of the Council and was refer red to the City attorney to look up and report. Or. Schmidt stated that away Back when he was a boy at the time the Industry was new the company which at that time occupied a building 40 by 40 had gone to the c. R. I. company and asked it for a Side track. Or. A. Kimball had explained that to construct one at that time would Cost it was then dropped. Ever since that time there had been periodical at tempts to get the Side the company was occupying a building 150 by 64 and three floors. It was employing about 100 people and its week varying the nature of the ran about a week. They had gone to the c. R. L p. Railway company at the time it asked for the ordinance and it had then promised that in the event it secured the it would give them the sidetrack. What was needed was the consent of the City Council to Cross Iowa Street and to run along and upon the alleys. He stated that he would like to have the track on the North Side of the Al Ley and would also like to have planked not Only across Iowa Street but in the Alley also As that was the Only team approach to it would have to do All of their team work in it. After a Brief discussion of the track it wis decided to recon mend the passage. The matter of the opening of seventh care us. Henry struck or. Appeared before the boar and asked it anything to be Lone now that if. Sir rein j court had de against the City. The matter was talked Over briefly and it was that the City attorney prepare i Reso Lution Ali reciting the Council to Ascer Tain what might be the Cost of opening the and it was allowed it St there the Telephone matter. General superintendent s. B. Smith a. A. Balluff. Secretary and treasurer and g. E. Mcfarland appeared before the committee of the whole last the City Council had Signi fied us intention to discuss the pro posed ordinance and they were asked to be there in order to answer any questions which might be proposed to them. City clerk a. J. Smith read the Ordin Ance Section by Section. In each Sec Tion Mere were some minor changes such As related to reference to certain City officials for approval. In the last half of Section 3 there was a Good Deal of discussion relative to what was meant by the word in connection with the conduits after they had been Laid. Aid. Reese raised to would soon submit to the local Man Ager an entirely new Sef of rates which would give service ranging from a month up. He thought that the new when would be wholly satisfactory and if it was not com petition would Settle the question. He spoke of Cedar rapids with two local systems and where the rates arc he neither company is Able to keep the system up to Date and As a Rule the people of that City have a poor ser vice from both the matter was permitted to rest Here until the next meeting in com Mittee of the in the meantime the City attorney is instructed to con sult with the attorney of the Telephone company on the changes suggested. Uni forming police. The matter of uni forming the police in accordance with some regulation was brought up by Aid. Home who moved that the matter be referred to a special committee composed of mayor chairman Parkhurst of the police committee and chief Henry Martens As to what action should be taken. Invitation was read from George Wolters. Secretary of Tho German Cath Olic convention to be held in this City week and inviting the City officials to take part in the stating carriages would in waiting for can at the City Hail at 2 o clock thursday afternoon. Aid. Far Hunst Ved Thor invitation 1-e accepted it prevailed. John Sattig Case it is before the Federal grand jury. It several prominent Dave porters were called to Keokuk this As witnesses in the caused by or. Matug opening John Littig s letter. County attorney j. F. Cheek. Miss Haddix court Tim ate of the Iowa Apple crop the the objection and it was seconded by yield this year will be l. S53.sso Bush Aid. Bischoff. Mayor Baker suggest Els which is about 40 per cent of an average crop. In the Northern tier of counties the yield is reported to be 10 per cent of the average and in Buena Vista county the crop is but fire per cent of an average. In the sout Central Section the yield is Over per cent and in the counties of Ottaw Ottamie. Harrison. Louisa polio and Clinton the yield is 70 per cent of the average More commissioners go out again this morning to finish up. This morning the sheriff s commis Sion in the matter of the condemnation proceedings for the d. C. Job e. Railway company went out for the purpose of finishing up tacit work outside of the City limits at least. The right of Way has been secured for All of the Road above Davenport City limits the exception of two tracts. In this instance there was an agreement Between the company and tie property owners that in the event they could tit of of upon the Price ther would abide by the decision of the commission and it was the Pur Pone of settling the matter that they went out. Collided with a Wagon. Car no. 40 has a mishap at second and Harrison streets. At about o clock this morning Street James Lark ens. To and c. Winters. De a manner in which the whole thine could be remedied carrying out the wishes of the company and at the same time not interfering with the City and the granting of any other ordinances for under ground conduits in the in the matter of City telephones it was agreed that ten should be Given to the City free of Cost and that it should pay Price for All Over and above that number that was. Used. It also decided that the City elec Scott county District Julius Hasler Teller of the Davenport savings Herman f. Letter car Rier at the local left for Keokuk this where they were subpoenaed As witnesses in the John Sattig which came up be fore the Federal grand jury at o clock this morning. Or. Sattig the defendant in the Case is a Davenport residing on third Street. In january of he opened a letter which Iliad been sent to his address by mistake. The letter was addressed to Jolan Littig. But by mistake was taken to his address. Thus it win be seen that the government has a charge against him of opening a letter belong ing to another party. Or. Sattig claimed that be opened the letter by mistake he is a German and was unable to read the which was written English. So he called in a neighbor who read the letter to him. The letter was. An important one and its arrival was being awaited impatiently by its right Tii As it contained a Check for the Check be ing sent by s. Wilson of Pella. Iowa. In Sattig endorsed Check and took it to the Davenport National Bank where it was cashed by or Hasler. Sometime ago or. Sattig was tried in the Scott county District court on the ground of forgery. Miss Haddix was the. Court reporter at the while county clerk Cheek introduced some testimony. Sattig was acquitted in this Case. It that he promised pay or. Littig Back the which he has failed to do up to this time soon after the District court trial the government took up the Case and Sattig was bound Over to the ederal grand jury by untied states commissioner a. G Bush. The Federal grand jury will investigate the Case carefully and May be possible that it would not finish its examination o eral Days yet. The witnesses Tor Sev letter Carrier Voli Tricia in oui be substituted for Cal in relation to the installation and repair of the fire alarm and police free room for which Are to be furnished the City upon the poles and in the conduits of the company in the City. Cheaper service. After the Reading of the ordinance it was decided to Lay the matter Over to another Mee inc of Stedt was drawn into the Case by hav ing delivered the troublesome letter. Sattig has been out on bail since he was bound Over to the grand Shamrock nes More ballast. New York. Oct. Thousand four Hundred pounds of Lead ballast was placed in the hold of the Shari Rock last night and a new Topmast stopped. It will be rigged today and Tae yacht will be ready for tomorrow s race. The vessel was remeasured this morning. It is thought Likely that the added ballast has so changed her measurements that she will have to instead of receive a time allow Ance. Of the whole to be prior to the 5rst november meeting of the City Council at which time it probably up for action. It was Lien that Bawdwn Tais ii the question of Ang the rates by that Street railway rates had been regulated by ordinance As Ucli As Gas rates and he wanted to know Why rates could not a3so be Sapt. Or Nash stated that it would be b3e for the reason that to a with of Boston store delivery Wagon at the Comer of Harrison and second Street. It is a that the Driver of the Chris Rebehn escaped without injury. The car was cant and the boy Dri Rinir the same Way. The motor Man claims that he Drew the Saicon in front of the car the top of Wagon was badly Dan fled. It the property of Schick a Brac. Aad sex which has the contract for the package delivery of the Boston store. Large extern electrical apply in a stack of development and Many 43nermt kind of ser Erin if an ordinance were made to cover a13 of the know and of eiectrica3 trans Mission at this line there was no Tell How soon other appliance Wolf cd come ant an4 in this Der won he Wain in to pay for use of them whereas the company to it a Eramae was no it. He s of Salta Cribeni in now and referred to Chance thai creates a sensation. Chicago. Oct the discus Sion today in the anti imperialist con Fence. A sensation was caused by a stylishly dressed who arose in the audience and extending her hand toward the american which finn Over the Doxon Flat. The declaration of principles so twit Ted the resolutions co Nautee was it denounced policy of 4he As hos tile to Liberty. In const 3 Tat Ion a 1 and trading toward militarism. And de Mauds the cessation of the to defeat any person or that steeds for the forcible of any great Defiance. Oct from was or rented 5n Coro Todur. Saying that the state of in South Africa bad made it Niaj Estr to Call out militia but Ateo for 1 were to he slain d that was Worf Cinoc a system of cheaper rates in this City for did to Ron act with a wac Feriand Moline stated that 12 wonderment. Old stories of against a combination Are it is has to demonstrate to that the British must with. The ra31 will bring a Fine Structure disgrace it any she re-1 fused to to pc her name but said she a sister of one the Daugh Ter of Aad the wife of an other now fic Minc in the such is the Warner ment it is located at 414 East sixth Street exterior of the building is practically completed. The question of Light is Well attended to. The f. L. Warner apartment build in course of erection at 4h East sixth presents a Fine appear Ance. The first Stone of the basement was Laid August 9 and since then the exterior of the building has been practically completed. Its Throe stories Rise High into the air giving an irn Posius appearance to the Structure. The exterior of the building is most especially the which is constructed of St. Louis pressed Brick with Bedford Stone trimmings. The combination is a excellent presenting As it a pleasant con tract. There Are two front each of which is finished with red Ford Stone trimmings. Large plate windows. 48 inches in will Al so Grace the front of the Mishea building. It will take two months yet to tirely Complete and furnish the build ing. While the exterior of the Struc Ture has been practically finished much work yet remains to be done on the the work of lathing the building was commenced yesterday and it will soon be ready for the plasterers. Half of the Are already rented. The Warner apartment House Meas ures 64 by 90 feet and is three Stor ies High. It is substantially arranged. The building contains nine apart Mother is found. H George Watson is now with general Funston s regiment. The famous Watrou Case extended interesting Hymini Sconci. The bold exploit of another Dowty in jacksonian Days. Judge Brannan. Who is presiding in it Litho Scott county District gave expense than in the first instance. P p judge Walter i. A layer of who pull shed in 188c. Relates an if client of a Sailor named which Niles unison the alleged Herlt linage remarkable decree tie son. States that the decision of the of them Esentad supremo court was not unexpected and am fent the present att m 113.1 Jackson had vetoed the Bill passed real fight for the estate 1he Congress for the re charter of the reason for a new trial and renewed 4l_ to. Hope. Is the discovery of Mary the Mother of Young Niles or Watson. Judge haves stated that he and his v d a Tats branches were the a twp fund f the is mimed and has Lillne happily Tor and is the Mother of several children near t Tir i in u v grown. Voung Watson himself has branches. Jackson at time f. Is 11. J i u of pc la cfcj1- e t i just landed at san Francisco with the-1. For 1 v i it i i 1 j was in Boston in twentieth in which the Settlor the to Toniann who believed the the Philippines. Just As noon As he Bank to be Safe. Not Long after this i. We so i i i i j. _ 1 i Lull lilt Ilij Altru Ocil co j.1 quo Keta to again assert his rights l jul Sion of the immense estate. By his i Charlestown Gallant service he has raised As j in Public favor and when he returns to this was reded As an Maquoketa he will be warmly Welcom j de into the Homes of Many of the ing families who feel that a wrong has been done him. And Public sentiment will be stronger than in his favor. Who was at work on the figure was requested to Stop working on it. This he declined to and had his half carved Block of Wood taken to the Navy where he completed his task under tue Protection of a guard of marines. When the figure was completed it was securely bolted to the Cut water of the decision of the lower court it would have practically concluded the As the collateral heirs had not filed any motion for anew trial. The then hauled qut to her an. Me dui icing for George lies d j stationed on ments or three to a floor. They each tick rated the discovery of new evidence Side of her contain seven or eight rooms. The and Nied a motion for a new j bostonian grew More and two front entrances referred to above j Hen at last they found the anxious to see the Lead into Large Public Halls the pub they went before the District court. Or is head Cut a Al but the Tasic lie Halls extend Back to a Large of cd 12 feet which not Only Quiej Luc h d of but prove to the satisfaction of the court Aiti f it was a dangerous one Ana a that they had really found her and Tasic a dangerous one and ail shrank attempting until finally a Dar Marine from Cape i w i lights it but the surrounding rooms that their failure to find her before was another Small four feet in due to their negligence. The court Width and located near the Center of j thereupon the request for decapitate the Oknox the also to rows is into trial and the Whoie Case will be tried one Stormy a Ifft several rooms. The windows through Jover just As soon As a motion for a. Rtit0 out the building Are the by the supreme court of Ity of them being 42 inches in saturday is determined. With a by six feet in height an area 10 is understood that Justice f area 10 feet in Width and located be held the controlling vote in the Deci tween the Middle and East apartments lion and that he Only yielded to the a also affords much additional j gement of the majority after consid the area runs from the rear of persuasion. It is hoped there building Back to the Public Hall. Thus that the court May be induced to it will be seen that the building will j Grant the motion for a rehearing. Fail be Well lighted. Ine in this the entire Case will be on the rear of the building a porch 10 feet in it being built. The he Cut off Trie with it to _ Ere a party of his friends were anxiously waiting for him at a hotel. Com Moore Elliott who was in command of the frigate was frantic with rage insult thus offered to his chief tried in the Jackson county court. The supreme court decided a Case bo5ton Highl elated Over Dewey s went to a shitty. First floor will be of granitoid and the monday morning which involved the Hood of it is the intention of or. Warner to have the building Well equipped. It tit ill have Gas and electric Gas stoves and steam heat. There will j so be a Telephone in the syst Public Hall communicating with the apart j meals on the second and third nothing will be left undone to make a the building Complete in All ments. Inave and sought and of All the collateral heirs ae-1 audience with for. Mahlon t n a Short time Lute to a Mowe stud the the act on fears for 51st Iowa. Victoria. B. C. Oct Steamer Empress of arrived from a had the rough test trip she Ever experienced. On the second Day out from Yokohama she encountered a typhoon which smashed All telegraphic Between the engine and Bridges and destroyed some of the boats. The typhoon continued All which twinkled As he i the Honor of address ing the Secretary of the replied As i am very i will thank you to be said the Captain. Am the Man who removed the figure head from the Constitution and have abatement. The plaintiff demurred to the alleging that the first por lion answer referring to the decision m the partition suit As a bar. Did Tore i no so operate for the reason k Dickerson threw himself in the and looked with As Day and Are expressed by i to in the present Case. The trial court the officers for the transport steam sustained the second clause of the or carrying Home the fifty fist Iowa. She left Yokohama for san that a different subject matter was in that disposition of real pro a h in angry Tonc. At stake m Man who had Audace. Ity to disfigure old the name Given to it for the victories it of f disposition of Persona proper Murrer and overruled the second. Both parties to the action appealed and in eight hours before the emits opinion the supreme court revers press. And having immense upper is the ruling in both instances. This will works would fare badly in the Gale. Charles Lasher of Daven port is a member of the 51st having enlisted at Sioux necessitate a new trial As to the distribution of the personal of it is really not missionary society convention. Material to the main As it is j merely a Side Issue and its determine and that Only in 11 Ion will rest on the result of the main in the i took the Well. Sir. I will have you arrested at and the Secretary reached to his Bell to summon his messenger. Or. Said Captain Dewey mildly. Know that there is no statute against defacing a ship of War. And that All you can do is to v of f t j w w m m Pitsburg oct eighteenth action for a partition of the real is Trio i of sense was annual National convention of the j Tate. Woman s Home missionary society of i the whole Case hinges upon the Abil met Aorist episcopal Church met to j Ity of the attorneys for Youn Viies Day. After the preliminary j Watson to show that Watson recon Biz mrs. C. B. Fish of new York deliver-1 de him As his son in or that knowledge that he was his son. I fitted. If you desire it i will go Back to middles Massachusetts. Ann there stand my or. Dickerson paused for a to agent. And then asked Dewey to Tell de the annual address. Fairy stories. Manila. Oct has messages purporting to come from the insurgent general. Pio Del Pilar. The which and the Story goes that j was common and notorious. Dickerson asked him to while he the Law it does not suffice Mereb to t t d t be Obue House Vrh received establish the parentage of an Illegiu-1 Carr de by a mes3enger. Is necessary to Snow my mate son. It w necessary w i when general Jackson saw it and sur Cut Utti his Watner recognized Iii As such Secretary s he offering to sell out his army and de in a matter before he is j full f laughter and liver Agu Maldo into the hands of the to share in the estate. An _ _ _ j. _ _ _ i i i this is father Niv americans. A Hough he is not Satis son May fied that the offer is it j Mother and she from him. Is not intrinsically improbable. Otis not True in the Case of inc is firmly set against buying any sur jies5 he and the son mutually Leach other As regardless of Pilar offers for to refrain from attacking Manila. For o surrender his army after a Sham for to procure the of at arthrow of the insurrection and the that is the most in e i Ever saw. The y right you be got w capture of Aguinaldo. Other leaders. Pat Emo and accidental death. A f actual facts of parentage As Showa on the witness stand the preponderance of opinion in 2 quo Keta is that Young Watson is the of Moit Watson. The elder Resi dents who Are Famular with the facts in Case generally concede this. A2 j though there Are Many of i Ness who swore had never Arimo Tel his Paron earn they admitted that the subject had never been mra toned them in ice 011 other hand the witnesses to Tate him a kick ten him to it out again. If Juliis visiting the representation of a hand saw. Under which was in i saw. I con broken trolley wire. The death of George Poncil. An elderly Man. A resident of As As occurring there last evidently the Jesuu of an t the Story in a this 3 for Young Watson ajl declared that he City 3s to effect that Pooh went had admitted has to of Buffalo to a and that he a l Iown the Vicinity of nine grass of known to Deay it the was an Accident of for Tor a 3oad o Corn. N accent o mentioned. The for tace co3 sort happened at the Pue or j3ateriai sought toil pain Cir bars As were driving into the Field froth them it is in the Wagon. Whether the was driven Tho a cat and at and throw a peace with a Joloyce Agat Asl or. Or whether 5t was one of if tense Ata Tornat in working Gacs that up in air Over if Aad that Des Aad strop pc net been definitely but at 5ac3i . La any l or. Powell a hard about the breaking Bis Aiad Hani out of the was Back to Buff o and a Pierc be died on the Day a or so he fun Raj was Friday. No evidence of any thing cum Stanco by say inst be had treated at As a and perhaps did 33 t3 to it Al Wjt j Cal fat the Point an Watson s Case was his a Nabi Laty to produce any of the Sev eral written documents altered to by Watson his son. Or to Sarif fact oily account for i hair disappearance Many of the the Oral testimony As to the existence of of poor reputation and thereby the to adv mini or. C. Of w73n to to the Hoard to written a Delegate to i2ae annual Kinwui _ s of citizens so Atoe rican Pramac universally that the other Sjon which will stops traffic on East front Street for a Short time. Tuesday afternoon at o clock trolley wire on cast front Street just above the of Traci not Aveanie Tjui that to Honrath Faro. Cad of wire did not 5n Contact with the and therefore us rnai crr dispensed with. To this fact was not Short circuit and break affect of a no other lion As u is repair Wacon was soon of and Ware Repa or Preston will attend the meeting of american Public health at the of tie Board of health afternoon it was Dacid Core ii c c Side did rot dare attempt to impeach them for fear of pre Juri cinc their own Case. They included a number of men and women who rank among most successful and most people an Jackson Connie. In the part of this Naonta. The matter of cremation of by Ouight before the upon a common aeration. It to allow May Natii when it will by a r g fun
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