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Indianapolis Leader (Newspaper) - August 6, 1881, Indianapolis, Indiana Tiie i Idi Hipolis Luder published every saturday a by baby a ., office ii killer Shouk Corm r la Lincoln Ndini car Ltd met and m Codd Olmi Twatt a at the Post office Al Indianapolis ind. Tors ref 8cbsc ript10n. Iofi copy. I 44 i bolilkl.mwimiii�.,� a a 44 3 . 4 44 1 duo Dtta. Club of ill 1 Jur Emch copy.�?. 44 44 ton 1 year of copy a a a a a 1.00 be. .20 1.7�1.50 this Pakh Geo How la a newspaper advertising Burson Jos Pruce St where advertising contract May be made for it in new York for the a Leader. Let every coloured Man who favor the Elevation of i Roo subscribe for the Ian do a and let every White Man who believes that slavery was a Enne against humanity and that it a the duty of the ruling race to Aid the negro in Hia struggle for neral social and intellectual Elevation do likewise. General notes. Bolt the door put up the shutters let the front be plotted and barred we re ostensibly at Long Branch. But Well Camp in the Back . A a there Are 500 men in new York Worth $3.000,- 000 or More. Governor Cornell works ten hour a Day and sometimes fifteen. A a Lark Garfield 1� the new mine for Lake Carey. Wyoming county s resort. A. Tanner of fasting Fame is to take up i permanent abode at Jamea Onwu n. Y. The Baltimore american wants to give Quot poo Charley Guiteau a toy pistol to play with. Cyrus w. Field is by no Means a Green Field and Don t you forget la Cyrus sleeps on the business end of a lightning Rod. Conkling was left at Albany. Much better that than being left in Albany Penitentiary Oileau May serve his senatorial sentence there. The late Justice Cliffon never visited t he White House during the Hayes administration so thoroughly convinced was he that or. Hayes occupied it illegally. I. Talk age has already taken one week of his vacation a Saratoga from there lie returned add took his family to Chestertown. In the Adiron Dacks where he expects to be for the remainder of the summer. David Wingate of Rochester n. A. Now ninety two years old. Is regarded As the last survivor of the dartmoor massacre. The statement that the late Robert Hardie a the Only claimant to that distinction was erroneous. Wendell Philips takes american scholars to task because none of them Are practical statesmen. He says that scholarship is half fiddling Folly a puttering Over the details of history and the Petty recordings of men who kept diaries. The James Brothers in famous Middle Western highwaymen spent the Winter of 1880 m Baltimore gambling according to the Chicago inter Ocean. Well after having had a bout with Haiti More Faro dealers it is no wonder the poor devils were compelled to go to Highway robbery to make a comparatively honest living. The following clipped from an Exchange was followed by a the word a a fact a and. Therefore we know its a lie Quot done to you Bathe Quot asked or Smith of miss Jones on the Piazza of the West end Long Branch. Quot no Quot said he. �?o1 never Bathe none of our family Everdon a Quot gracious Quot exclaimed Smith Quot is it possible Quot an old Jersey Farmer recently took i wife Down to the sea Shore to see the people Bathe. The old couple had never been there before and the thus relieved her indignation Quot Why. Goodness gracious Sake e alive if them Nasty people ainu to just As Well As clean naked. Zeru Babel you just turn right around and drive straight Back Home i never a such a ight in my bom Days and Jerusha aim and Semantha Jane Shan t be allowed to see such goings on and takings Oft. Why its enough to corrupt a Saint and ill declare if i Don t believe you old fool zerub., that you Are just gloating your eyes on them naked hussies. Take me Home right straight away i say or i la pull the very last hair out of your old Bald Bead you old sinner and Yoa a de Elln in the Church too an you Obadiah Barnes if i Ketch you Pekin any More at them shameful girls a i Glen thar on the Bench. I la scorch yer Back fur you when i get Yon Home Quot and the old lady pulled off her spectacles and jerked Down her Green veil. The old Man slowly and sadly obeyed the order which he knew by Long experience to be final and unavailing to protest against but he could net resist giving a parting wicked Wink and unholy smile to a plump Damsel of the Demi Monde from the modern Babylon who was making grimaces and contortions at the horrified old lady from the virtuous Backwoods. Stealing another Man a wife and child. A Lynchburg va., special of August 2 says in August Law a stranger giving i name As James Waite came to my City and established himself in the mercantile business. There was a mystery about the Man that would not be solved. He seemed to be indisposed to Tail at iut Bis jul i life but said As was evident that he Wax a Western Man. When he located Here he was accompanied by a lady and child represented As his wife and daughter the lady was of Beautiful and stately form and the child a Viva uus and interesting one of five years. After engaging Board the Man opened a Small grocery store and although in a strange place Bis spirit and business Talent attracted the attention of a Large wholesale merchant who set him up in a store and Waite was fast building up a Large Trade. On the 1-sth of june last or Waite died in childbirth. Her husband was a leading Merlier of the Riec oud in presbyterian a lurch Here and a Leader in All Good works. Alter the death of his wife he appeared greatly distressed and More pious than before this morning the Virginia Midland Tram brought a new stranger to the City and he alighting from the care approached a policeman and introduced himself As John Walte of Kae Exville Mich. He then handed the officer a photograph which he at once recognized As that of Jam. Waite the grocery store Man. The stranger then said that the object of his visit was to apprehend the original of the photo graph. Who had eloped with his wife and at the same time abducted his Little girl a warrant was sworn out charging James Waite alias James Burgess with bigamy and seduction and he was arrested at Bis place of business. The new Comer gave a full account of the elopement by Burgess with his wife. At the time they were residents of Essexville the seducer being bookkeeper for Carrie a ., lumber and met merchants of which firm he was also an employee. Burgess enjoyed High social standing brother in the it Church and sunday school of which he was also treasurer and lived to the height of style in a handsome residence. He regarded Burges As an intimate Friend. Burgess was married also and j2j?e s1 a the elopement took place july 16, 1879. Waite had determined to take his wife to Bay City for her health and learning the fart Buigas stating that he had special business in the City volunteered to relieve Waite of the trouble by acting As Hla wife s escort. This was the last the wronged husband saw of his wife and child. A few Days afterwards he received a Tele gun from Detroit signed Burges May in i be taken your wife and child you take mine a fair Exchange is no robbery.,r the injured husband states that be has been looking for his wife and child two years and has a pent nearly All his Money in me Effort to recover them. Burgess not satisfied with stealing waiters wife and child also stole his name when he settled Here. He has made a full confession and will be taken to Michigan As both As a requisition can be obtained. Fatal Dpi Between negroes. An Atlanta a special to the Chicago times of August 3 says near boiling Creek Georgia one of the most remarkable homicides on record occurred last week and thursday night Frank Cheney its victim breathed his last. The circumstances Are such As to make it remarkable in me annals of crime. Frank Cheney and Bill Conner both coloured were working on the place of or. 8. 8. Pen Kington but were cutting for the Central Railroad. A number of other negroes were employed in the same Field. Frank and Bill were both Guowu As Nouy and dangerous Neon while Al work they be Cariie involved in a quarrel in Onieh it i said that Cheney was the aggressor. They had almost come to blow when invt key proposed that they should Settle the affair with pistols and Conner said he would willingly do to if Cheney would Wail until he went to Bis coat some fifty Yards Distant and procured his pistol. Cheney agreed and Conner West off to the stump where his coat was and got an improved Smith a Wesson six shooter. Cheney had his pistol near by. But it was Only an Ordinary one barrel weapon. A Conner returned Cheney wanted a Tull he was with i Flat sea feet of him and. Taking deliberate aim pulled me trigger. Huh pistol snapped. Conner then threw up his revolver and fir a. The kill entering Cheney a left thigh. The other negroes Hall seen that there was going to be a Light Aud mud of them had Geth Rcd near the combatant. Conner s shot at Trai Ted them All. And. Though they saw that the infuriated men meant death not an Effort was made to stay their fell pure a a. Standing a u either Side of the in Wanti the men Ami women allowed the Duel 0 proceed apparently a a harmed with its although shot and blk a a a King Chenev lid not seem to lose his nerve but taking Cool aim at Conner again Sua Piid his worthless pistol. Conner again fired this time sending a Ball into the right thigh of his ant Agou 1st. Cheney was unmoved and male a third Effort to tire hut failed As before shot twice and s eing that he would tie killed if he continued his of fools to use his pistol he rushed toward Conner with a a. Conquer stood like a Stone. Cheney came within three feet of him. And raising me a in me air sent it Down Over his head with fearful Force. The blow would have crushed Conner s Skull but he quickly threw i left hand Over his head and the steel a horrible Gash Between his thumb and forefinger. Hardly Nad the a fallen when conquer thrust the muzzle of his revolver against Cheney s stomach and fired. The shot in de a the frightful Duel for . Reeling fell Back writhing in dead agony. Two Brothers of the doomed Man were in the crowd of spectators and. Taring that Conner might shoot him Airan. They rushed up and took his revolver away after a struggle. There was not a White Man near the place Aud Conner begged Mem to return his weapon to that he could Scane before the homicide was discovered. They at last did so Aud the slaver lied. He has not since been heard of. When to e affair became known a coroners inquest was held Over the remains of Frank Cheney. The negroes testified freely of what they saw. Out gave no reason for not trying to prevent the killing. It appeared from the testimony that Cheney was the assailant. The jury returned a verdict of voluntary manslaughter against Conner. He 1� about Twenty three years old of powerful build and is nearly Black. Cheney to about the same color though somewhat lighter Aud Only a snit Twenty years old. Those who witnessed the Duel say that both negroes acted with the coolest courage Aud each seemed determined to make the affair fatal to his antagonist. Double murder. I statements of Eye witnesses to deed of blood at the undertaker so the wounds. The Hilly Florence Calls on the Pope. A new York special of August 3d says Florence the i Omed tan returned from Europe to Day. He and or. Mackay the Nevada mining capitalist Hud an interview with the Pope at the Vatican of which Loreme gives the following account in a Sun interview Quot the Pope firs asked me if i spoke italian. 1 replied that i knew very Little. Thu he asked me whether i spoke French Ami whether or. Mackay did. I told him that 1 thought i could Converse with him in French and interpret to Mackay. He then welcomed us to Rome. He spoke about mrs. Aud her deeds of Benevolence and of or Mckay s Hanlie. Yon know that or. May a it sustains at Virginia City a Asylum for the care of a nildred. I translated in French some remarks of or. Mackay As to How highly he appreciated the Hono Raud privilege of me audience. The Pope then said pleasantly now what about yourself w i told him that i was a dramatic artist. said he. A Contaldi told me that. I hear that you Hare done something in connection with St. Ague Parish in new York City 1 said that that was a very Small matter lie then said nothing is Small that is done for the Church of 1 remarked to him in the course of the conversation that it seemed to me that the Catholic Church was greatly increasing the fact in the United states from fact that new he said that Parker the guide. Our readers will remember the account which we published a few Days ago of an indecent assault perpetrated by an Adirondack guide upon the person of a Philadelphia lady. Care glad to announce that the guide bos finally been arrested. A Watertown n. A special of the 3d says Chari a Parker the North Wood guide Alio so brutally assaulted mrs. Bull of Philadelphia a been locked up in the Essex county jail in Eliza Belh Lown. Parker lived in Elizabethtown Aud was not a regular guide. His reputation is not Good Aud it is said that be forged the name of Edward Butler of Olmstedville last Spring. Lie was not recognized by the old a guides of the Wax Sis As a professional and he acted chiefly for people who wanted cheap guide. He was angry at in is Lack of recognition and threatened that if he was not used better he would spoil the guiding business id the Adirondacks. Some think the outrage was deliberately planned for this purpose hence the Wrath of the guides who were out to the number of Over 100 scour aug the won ads to find him after his Feighl they were All army and would have Sho him at sight. 11 is asserted that Parker s employer at the forked Lake House tried to discourage Pursuit of the villain. Parker is a bold bad Man. Mrs. Bull after the assault hat been made the criminal almost choking her to death during her resistance calmly looked the villain in the Eye while they were crossing the Lake and said to him Quot you know you have committed a horrible crime and you know that you will suffer for the fiend at once replied that if she thought so the better Way would 1� to end the affair at Otilee by drowning her. "1 can do it Quot said he Quot anywhere in this Lake and nobody will Ever know anything about his actions indicated that he was about to Oury his murderous threat Ink execution when the lady with great presence of mind quieted him by replying that she hoped he would say nothing about the affair to any one. The brute thereupon ceased his threats. As soon As the boat lauded mrs. Bull rushed into the cottage of senator Platt s wife and revealed the troth. What followed has already been narrated. Altu at Over the Falls. A Niagara special of the 3d says the residents of Chip it Ewa. A Small town two Milf a from Here up the Niagara River a it re startled at dusk last evening by nearing loud crier for help from the River which was a Xiv ered with an fog. It was soon discovered that John Lehman h s son and John Greenwood All residents of that Village who had rowed Over to the american Side in the snort Ling had attempted to return at Uuk. Starting from port Day. About n mile alive Hie Falls but Hud been overtaken by a sudden lamp fog falling upon them a they were nearing the Canadian Shore of fifty Henri i destruction through losing their course they were swiftly i wring the rapids Aud icing Rushing carried Waters the town by was rung and some parties fire a guns no other Effort under the circumstances could be made to save the unfortunate Meu. Aud Thorn who bad gathered on the she a re from hearing their cries stood stricken with terror knowing the fearful death awaiting the occupants of the mat. Greenwood seeing i dangerous position let go his Anchor which fortunately took hold of the Rik dts and he was saved. Be kept shouting for help at intervals All night Aud this Mon Piug was found Riding safely at Anchor. The lehmans having he Anchor in their boat drifted Down with the rapids shrieking Frauli Cally for help. Almost by a Miracle the current swept them against a projecting Point near burning Springs and they were saved. They re urged As a illicitly As it Ohn Ible to Chippewa secure Aid. And wailed until Daybreak when with Groat difficulty Ami daring they in revolting their Comrade. Killed Hia daughter betrayer. A new Orleans Telegram of the 1st says intelligence was received to a Lay of a tragic affair which be erred in Claiborue , net far from the stale line. Captain a it so Eph ii. Walker. A prominent planter a a daughter who was betrothed to a Young Man named James Doyle. The walkers Aud do vacs live a a Lily a Short distance apart and the engagement of miss Walker and Young Doyle was favourably regarded. However the wet Diug was postponed from time to time by the Young Man and at last he disappeared going to Texas when it transpired that he had seduced the Young lady Aud left her to Bear the disgrace As Best she Rotim. Her father swore he would kill Doyle on sight. Last thursday the Young Man returned from evidently believing that the storm had blown Over. He Hod not been Home Moi thou �2. A it when Captain Walker appeared armed with a shot gun. Doyle was sitting on the a Torch so wringing to his feet started to run when Walker sold a you Block hearted coi Mercl now 1 be got at the same time he discharged his gun at Doyle the contents entering his breast toe Young Man fell on the floor by tug almost in Man let. Toa Iker then gave himself up to the a Inoru ies. Public Senu neut justifies the murder. The moot Success Fol fruit growers East and West have decided that there in no better remedy for codling Moth than to pasture hogs in the Orchard Toul the Worny apples and the Worms therein. If the or chants Are Foo Large for the number of hogs kept sleep Are turned in t Hurches were constantly going up. Of All the countries in the world the people of the United states seemed to tie the most generous to the Church lie spoke of the great Prosperity of the american people saying that they Hud Good crops and favourable business and those were evidences that god had blessed them because. A a people they were charitable Aud religious. He Dia not make any distinction Between catholics and protestants but spoke of our people As a whole in conclusion he invited us to Call Aud see him again Aud gave us his Quot How did he impress you As to his physical Quot he was very thin but said that he enjoyed Good health. He happened to remark that he had been up till 2 o clock that morning and said that he had frequently to sit up till that hour to attend to the business of the Church. I said i hoped he would vol often have to devote himself to such prolonged labors. He smiled and said that the few remaining years of his life could not be bettor employed than in work for the t Hurch. 1 think he said that be had not let Een outside of the Vatican for ten years. You know he was a member of the household of the late Pope. 1 came away with the impression from what he it Aid that he never expected logo outside of the Vatican Indianapolis Sentinel August 2-j at 7 of clock last evening the City was again startled by the report that another murder had occurred on the Pennsylvania 8trcet-<�?Tar line at its terminus. The Rumor spread like wild fire and in less than fifteen minutes after its occurrence hundreds of people were noticeable hurrying on their Way to the scene of the reported it Fuhler tragedy. By the time the reporter arrived quite a Large crowd had gathered being principally of the citizens of the North Kud. Who had driven out in their carnage. The St Enk of the bloody deed was just in front of the main exposition building. Lying prone upon the ground sweltering iut heir blood were found two Brothers. Johnnie and Thomas Carney the first named resting on the pavement immediately in front of the building cold and stiff in death while his Climer companion Lay upon the grass plat on the Banks of theh Tate ditch about sixty Yards Distant in the last throes of death. It was a sad shh Tacle there in the dim even title to it witness the voting sufferer surround As he was. By a Little knot of Fric mls and attendants who being a a Vise a by or. Kindle Burger that be had but a Short time to live Werf watching for death to come Ami claim him for its own. They had not Long to wait for life was fast ebbing away and at exactly 8 o clock and ten minutes about an hour after the shooting took place. He breathed his last. The Murk rep men As they Lav Ujj on the ground after the shooting were about sixty Yards apart one on either Side of Alabama Street tie thoroughfare where the Pennsylvania line terminates. Thomas Carney whom it a it ears was shot first was lying upon his Hack and his up Tunie a face was be smeared with blood give ing the impression that he had been shot in the face but an examination at the undertakers showed this to have not been the Case. He is a Man probably Twenty one years of age Light complexioned no la eard. About five feet eleven inches High and weighing 175 pounds. He had been employee for three weeks at the xxi it position grounds in the capacity of Cook for the horsemen. John Camay the elder brother is about Twenty five years old. Is dark complexioned has no bears is about five feet nine in be High Ami weighs about 165 pounds. He has been employed since Panl last As horse Trainer for Joweph Lewark from whom it was Learned that the men arc Ishii single Ami that their parents reside at no. 276 Walnut Street Cincinnati it. The circumstance surrounding the shooting were next investigated by the reporter who interviewed several persons claiming to have been Eye witnesses to the affair with the following result George h. H8hhe s statement. Quot i am the ins Ector for the Indianapolis merchants Exchange Ami reside at the Corner of eighth Ami new Jersey streets. 1 came up on car no. 1, of the Pennsylvania Street line driven by William h. Collier the Man that did the shooting. Quot i took the car at Market Street. When 1 entered i notice two men whom i now recognize As these two men lying Here pointing to the dead bodies of the murdered men. They were standing on the rear platform a portion of the Way i think until we reached the Blind Asylum. When that Light completed fellow Thomas came into the car and stood about Middle Way holding to the strap and at the same time ringing the Bell at intervals to Stop the car. Quot the Driver spoke to him pleasantly asking him to desist. The fellow replied to hint insolently saying a in or i will come out Aud drive those mules on myself a and then commenced to curse and abuse the Driver. When we got to the Corner of tinker Ami Alabama streets the other fellow entered and took a seat beside two ladies at whom be stared insultingly. All this time the two Brothers were using filthy language in their conversation to one another keeping it up until i left the car. When i got out at the Comer of eighth and Ala at a streets just one swi Are below where the shooting occurred i said to the Driver you ought not to allow such hoodlums to ride in the car when tie replied they had better let me alone or i know what i la i went direct Home and heard a noise As if some one was quarrelling stepped to Back door of my residence from which i can command a go i View of everything in the neighbor Luxl of the shooting. 1 saw the Driver holding something in his Hantl which 1 thought was a revolver and backing toward the building followed by two men one of whom was being hell by the other. The Driver Firetti at the youngest when he started to run from him going toward the car and As he passed in front of the mules the Driver fired the second hot which took effect As the Man ran Only a Short distance and fell. The a River then turned upon the other brother who wus approaching him from the rear and fired two shots at Hitu. He staggered a up toward the building and then fell then got up and ran to the Bank of the state ditch where he fell also. A i Aru not positive but i think the first shot must have hit the elder of the two Brothers the one that fell after being shot at the second Hanson Fisher a brother of George who Rode up in the car corroborated the above statement in every import Ift particular although he did not witness the shooting. Mrs. Emma s statement. Mrs. Emma Zink employed with f. I. Mcwhirter at no. 960 Hoath Alabama Street a reside a a within a few Yards of where the shooting took place was an Eye witness to the whole affair and submitted the following Quot i wus standing at the door when the cur came up. Ami saw a Light complexioned Impi visual standing Midway of the car while the other Man had his hand on the Driver s shoulder. They were talking loud. The Driver demanded that they pay for their Rule. The Young Man replied i la not get off and you have got to surrender Thi car to me they were then within thirty Yards of the turn table. They continued a Juar reling until the terminus of the line was reached when i went out to the Edge of the state ditch. The Driver kept begging the men to let him none but they continue their abuse when the Driver got off the car followed by the men. He Drew h�9 revolver when the lounge a a of the two started to run from Iii. He fired twice at the second shot one of the men fell apparently dead. He then turned a it on the other and fired at him. He doubled himself up and after running a Shore distance also fell. The men that were shot had no Wea tons not even a club or Stone that i could Sec. I heard the a River say a d Dan you if you done to leave my car you la take what a Joseph statement. Or. Lewark in whose employ the men have been for some time past says that As to Johnnie has was a quiet wac enable Man and that he would Trust him with every Dollar he has. He scouts the idea that the men As is claimed by the Driver were trying to Rob the car Ami other men Well acquainted with the Brothers Bear him out in this belief. He telegraphed to the parents of the victims last night Ami they Are expected to arrive in the City this morning. The wounds were both acre Marily fatal the bullets in both cases passing entirely through the lungs and cutting other vital organs. Thomas cab nov who was killed instantly received a Bullet just under the right Arm in the Side about four inches from the nipple passing entirely through the by a by and lodging tinder the fifth rib on the left Side. John Carney lived but an hour the Ball entering Over the left Clou icle ranging downward and enter ing the upper lobe of the left lung lodging near the shoulder Blade. At the undertaker s. Undertaker Kregelo was soon unon the ground but waited a until the death of the eldest brother before removing either. On arriving at his establishment with the bodies Jan immense crowd had gathered and the excitement ran very High about the place. It took a squad of police to keep the in we a from breaking in the doors so eager were they to View the remains of the murdered men. They were stripped and Laid out on Cooling boards Side by Side and As they May there a me could not help hut remark about their finely Shapen limbs and general muscular build. While the shooting was going on the mules attached to the Carba Caine frightened Ami a Salt in the car from the track. William h. Collier. The Driver mounted the platform and was soon on his return trip Down town. A. The Corner of Washington Street he met superintendent Johnson and told him of the trouble. I was advised to give himself up. Which he did officers Pryor Holt and detective Mckinney escorting him to the Central station. Where he was interviewed by a Sentinel Rej it Orter who obtained from him the following the prisoner s statement. Quot i noticed the two men enter the car. But just How far Down a town i a to not know. They began bothering me by ringing the Bell every few minutes. I remonstrated with them did no Good. When within some few Yard is of the turntable they As Sai Heil me by Ilir Oaing me from the front of the car. I grab Betl my Money Box and told the men to keep away from me but they continued to a Lance on me. One of them picked Upa Bowlder and started toward me again when i Drew my revolver and Firetti. After the first shot the other Man picked in a Rock and started to throw it. When i tired again Ami he notes. J. M. Edwards of Monrovia who has horses training at thu exposition track claims to have heard Johnnie say previous to his death. Quot ill bet Fon to five i can whip the reporter was told that or. Bailey who was on the ground immediately after the shooting claims to have heard Johnnie say Quot Don t Hurt the Driver he was not to the wife of Collier visited her husband at the station House last night and had a Long talk with him. She was very much affected Over seeing her husband behind the bars. The father of the a River was at the station House last night and cheered up his son As Best la could. It Hie of the murdered men Hall an elegant ring upon the Middle linger of the left hand and a Ore a Tine time watch which or. Lewark had removed and will turn them Over to his parents. 5 another. Len Diana Olls Sentinel August 1. During the past year it has looked of if i Liuna a i hat about cast aside her reputation Tor cola blooded murders As during Eliut time none have occur Reid within her Borders and the Sentinel is pained to be called us on this morning to Lay before its Many readers another one of the cold Iilo Oded murders a Uch As disgraced the City in Days gone by. This time both the Man killed Ami his Slayer Are exceedingly Young Ami the cause for the shooting if their was any was very Trival. A picnic Given at Germania Park Fey the ctn item loader of red the affair took place at Georges. Fisher whom it is claimed by the woman Ami Suttle insulted her lie men. The facts connected with the killing As Learned by a Sentinel representative Are Al amt As follows during the afternoon Elisha t. Suttle. Who tends bar for Frankenburge. On Mcnab Street and a woman named Mamie Dickey went to the picnic and there they rate a re u kit a Suttle told him that no gentleman would use such language to a lady. Just what passed Between the two men is not known but they separate without coining to blows. La Ater in the evening the woman claims that Fisher again make insulting remarks to her during the absence of Suttle and also in his presence the remark which enraged hint the most being that he Fisher intended to take the Dickey woman Home. After this talk Fisher walked away Aud it seemed As if the matter was dropped. Suttle then went and drank several glasses of Beer and about ten minutes after seven when the grounds were almost deserted. Suttle and the Dickey woman were walking across the grounds together when Fisher and a Friend were met and it is claimed that Fisher again said that lie in Temlett to take the woman Home whereupon Suttle pulled his revolver Aud fired three huot8, and Fisher fell close by and died almost instantly. Williatt Fisher a younger brother of the murdered Man was close by when the first shot was fired and ran to Bis brother a assistance and knocked i Suttle Down jumped upon him and waste the act of taking revenge when officer John Mckinney and Constable James Marshall ran up Uisok the revolver from Suttle and a brought the prisoner into the City and locked him up on the charge of murder. Shortly after the arrival of Suttle at the station House be was interviewed by a Sentinel representative. Buttle8 statement is about this a myself and girl were sitting near the shooting gallery on a Box when Fisher and some other Man came up and Fisher began using language toward the girl. I Tola him that no gentleman Rouhi use such language to a lady. He then Insu teil me. And wanted to fight but i would not. After i objected he said a ill shoot h�?1 out of you a and put his hand on his hip As if to draw a pistol. I then Juu died up Drew my revolver. And a fired several times. I was arrested and that was Mamie Dickey the girl who caused the trouble was found at the residence of her Mother 173 East court Street Ami taken to Vilice Headquarters. She is a woman of Alnut eighteen years of age dark complexion and has by no Means an attractive face she was crying Over the affair so that it was Irum Gissible for her to talk for some Little time but she finally told the following Story of the affair Quot i have known or. Suttie for about three years. He came after me yesterday afternoon about 3 o Ock and i accompanied him to the picnic. Shortly after we arrived on the grounds the Man who a killed came up to me and insulted me. Or. Suttle told him to go away and let me alone. Later in the evening Fisher came to where or. Suttle and 1 were and said he going to take me Home and then began insulting me again. Or. Suttle again remm started with him and he went away. About 7 of cock or. Suttle and i were walking across the Park when we met Fisher and another Man and Suttle and Fisher began to quarrel. After some hot words had a Assed 1 Isher Drew his revolver mid fired whereupon Suttle fired several Imes. During the shooting i was knocked Iown and do not remember any the woman a statement regarding the shot kit Ting does not consist with the me told by the murderer or the others who saw the affair As Fisher is shown not to have fired a shot. Chief Williamson after hearing the statement of the woman Orde Reil her detained at head ii arters As a witness. A reporter interviewed William Fisher the brother of the murdered Man who said that he and his brother had been together during the in ire afternoon and be was positive that his brother bad had no difficulty with Suttle. Quot i was a said William Quot within Twenty feet of Suttle when the first shot was fired saw George turn As if to run when a second and third shot vere fired and i saw George fall. I reached him just As the last shot was fired and grappled with the murderer and threw him to the ground As we fell i was on top and while in this position Suttle placed the revolver to my head and snapped it but it did not go off. The officers then took the pistol away from him and arrested him. I am a confide it that there bad been no trouble Between George and his Slayer of neither George nor i knew him. George was perfectly Max Herrlich the proprietor of the grounds was close by when the shooting occurred and he and special officer Betche helped bring the prisoner to the City but knew nothing about the shooting further than seeing the shots fired. The wounds the Coroner was notified of the shooting and viewed the remains at the undertaking establishment of Herrmann a son on South Delaware Street where they had been taken immediately after the shooting. It was found unon investigation that All three of the slots had taken effect. The fatal one entered in the right Side Between the second and third ribs and undoubtedly a Large artery As the blood slowed quite freely from the Mouth Ami nose. Another Bullet entered the left Groin and the third it Assed through the left wrist completely breaking it. _ the dead Man. George s. Fisher the murdered Man would be Twenty four years of age on the 22d a Lay of november next he is the eldest son of George Fisher who keeps a Saloon at 119 fort Wayne Avenue. Young Fuslier is a Shoemaker by Trade and is spoken of by those who know him As being a hard working sober Man. He leaves a wife and one child which Isol a few months of be. The murderer Elisha t. Suttle. Is about Twenty six years of age some five feet seven or eight inches in height and strongly built. He came to this City from Nashville. Term., some three years ago Ami sin a then has been tending bar having worked Fogt a Jessie Mcbride on Virginia Avenue until a few month sin a when he took employment on Mej Jabb Street. He has a fair complexion is a stylish a Treaber Aud a Loes not have the look of a murderer. He a a brother h. H. Tuttle living at Kokomo but would not Tell anything regarding other relatives. When arc step he spoke of Liis revolver being a Good one saying that wherever it sent a Hall it was sure to count. He takes his crime seems Cly easy saying that he killed a his Man but he could not help it. Tiik postmortem and inquest. Coroner Maxwell will hold u postmortem this morning at 10 of clock but will not begin the inquest before to Morrow or next Day. The excitement caused by the Rex Jet on the streets last night a very great thousands of people visiting the station House and undertakers and the expression of opinion seemed to be that the fair name of the City had been again disgraced by another uncalled for murder. Infernal machines. An interview with the inventor at i Corwitt Illinois. He iterate How Ireland 1 in be free a sail King Luxl trought to term a to be a . A ajl Road Tims Tabus. On and Niter sunday May is 1mu. And .1 bold burglar Between 2 an 3 o clock Well May Uuiorn i in the wife of Daniel 1. Hosbrook. Residing at 91 ii Urel Street was awakened by the Glare of a lantern in her bedroom. As she raised up in be i she was commanded by the Man holding the Light to keep still or he would kill her. She. However managed to Wake her husband who was ordered by the thief to give him the key to his Safe which was in another room. Or. Hosbrook refused to surrender the key. And was told if he did not that tie would be shot and he then forked it Over. The burglar who carried a dark lantern ordered or. Hosbrook to get tip and open the Safe Ami under the belief that he would be killed if be it lib a not obey got out of bed Ami went to the room in which the Safe was and o a Enell it. The burglar kept close by. Having the gentleman All the time in front of the lantern. There a taken from tie Safe about too some $160 of which lie longed Toke Lwin stay m. E. Church of which or. Hosbrook is the treasurer. The Money or the largest part of it had been collected the previous night at a festival. There was in another a Art of the Safe in a cup the watch and Chain of mrs. Hosbrook and $62 in currency belonging to the it i Wrab. After the burglar had obtained the Money he made his victim return to be a. And told him to stay there As he i the burglar was not through. After remaining in Beda Short time or. Hosbrook aroused Bis son. They then armed themselves and searched for the thief but he had made Good Bis escape. Two innocent Kentucky boys conf denied out of their combined wealth. George h. Thomas and Newton Parks two Rura Listic youths hailing from Parke comity and on their Way to Williamsburg. Ky., were cont silenced out of $21 by a Harper giving the name of Robert Hill whom they met at the Union Dej of wednesday Forenoon. It is tiie old a Story. They met an affable Young Man who was going out on the same train and As they had a couple of hours to wait. He invited them to take a Glass of Beer which they did at a Sale a Gnu hard by. Then he proposed to show them the City. The inn it cents accompanied him up town a beef he stated that he Toubl have to go to the express office to ship some go to it is. He took them to it the court House where he left the party standing on the stairs leading to the West door. He returned in a few minutes Quot All fore up a but aus As be said he lacked just $21 of having enough Money to it pay the express charges on his goods. The boys Kimelly loaned him the a mount on a bogus Check calling for $210, which he said he could get Cashel As soon As they returned from the de kit to. Handing them his Quot duster Quot he entered the a Ioor leading to the county clerks office and then skip died out. The boys reported their loss to police Lead quarters and captains tip Lunn and Mcgregor Are at work on the Case having been Nisliet a Good description of tie Rascal. Or Rux Over by a engine. A mysterious Accident occurred tuesday morning Between s Ami 9 of clock at the crossing of the pan handle Railroad at Yir s Nia Avenue which coat William Arthur is life. Arthur it seems lost his wife three months ago yesterday and had broken up housekeeping and was preparing to ship his household goo is to Pittsburg and it is thought that be had gone to the freight depot of the pan hand Lle Road for that per Hose. Lbs was seen on the footboard of t switch engine just before thu Accident Haj it penal. Tiie engine was backing some cars on a Sale track and the first the Engineer knew of the Accident Arthur was under the wheels of the engine two of which Hall a a Assed Over his Bunly crushing it badly. A doctor was at once summoned but it was then to sgt late As life was extinct. The a Colont was a a particularly sad one the deceased leaving four orphan children. One week ago last sunday Arthur attempted suicide by taking morphine but was Ptimh-�1 out by i it a. Burnes. Tyml this occurrence leads Many to believe that he deliberately Laid himself upon the tracks and let the engine pass Over him. Arthur has lived in Indianapolis during the past thirteen years and during that time has been employed at the rolling Mill King and a pork House and other places. Another attempted burglary. John minor merchant police we mesday morning at about 1 30 was attracted by the cries of murder issuing from the resilience of or. James Tarleton on North Illinois Street. He immediately re a i re 1 to the rear of the House where he Dis Cove re id a ladder reaching to the second Story window which proved to be tie window of the servant Eirlys not of. As soon As minor Oba Iuey a egress he hunted All through the House but the Iuis Reant had secured his safety by getting out and beyond reach. The servant girl states that she was aroused by the attempt to chloroform her and began to scream lustily although the burglar threatened to take her life. Iler screams eve gently frightened him away Ami Drew minors attention to the House. He states that it was the tallest Case of Quot Hollerin a that he Ever heard. Quite a serious runaway Accio Lent occurred on last tuesday evening in which the three Small children of Claret a k. Bradbury residing at no. 131 pleasant Street were All More or less injured. One of the Trio a boy ten Vears old. Was driving when the horse which was attached to a Phaeton ran away upsetting the vehicle at the Corner of lint Len and Huron streets. The eldest of the children a girl fourteen years of age was badly bruised about the head while the boy suf Femi severe injuries of the hip and right leg. The youngest of the party a girl five ear sold Tell upon her hands spraining bother Writa and a bruising her afoul the face. A Peoria 111., aug. 2.�?a reporter has interviewed W. Crowe the Casoline lamp contractor Here who is connected with the Ireland machine matter Tonu has always been the head of the fenian agitation Here and Crowe is one of the my is desperate agitators. He i a Man of Small stature dark intellectual countenance Ami talked As con pose ily As on Ordinary topics. Crowe produces a letter from George Holgate. Dated Philadelphia August 31, 180, setting Forth that or. Holgate owned the Mcclin Tock torpedo boat which dial such terrible execution during the rebel lion Ami that be had been conducting exp Eri ments under water which caused my a Stock to lose his life and that lie had Refus etl a proposition from Spain for the boat. He claimed the boat Coull blow up Ustiy vessel in tie British tied and could blockade any port regardless of All the men of War in the world. I would a two Alx it $20.060 to build it. And a he would place it at Crowe disposal lie claimed the boat Toubl do Moregon gtd for ire no Ami fetch the British government to terms quicker than half a million �1 men. Crowe a Aid. He portly after tiie executive committee a it of United irishmen met ill new y Ork. Judge Brennan of Iowa Captain g. Spire Man. Of new York Natues Kein Fie. Of Providence Thomas h. Dwyer of Chicago of Donovan Rossa and himself were present. They discussed hol Gate s proposition and a the scheme of devastating England a Shore but on Crowe s representations a decided that it would be Folex pensive. Am that they could do bettor work y Ltd my siting Tori it Eloes in British ships which could be done for $25 apiece and which would bring England to terms by making it a dangerous to go aboard British vessels. They a decided to take that course. Some time later the United irishmen am fenian joined bands in Onier to execute these plans. They were 6.000 Strong in the United states Ami Canada. There were branches in Toronto Quebec Montreal and nearly every ii no rant City in the Union. These infernal machines Are being made in every City we la a re there is a Branch of the Oiler and will continue of be Quatle. They Are working for the Good of the old Sod. Ami they were no More liable than any makers of revolvers and Cannou. Dynamite was no More vicious than powder and with these Wei on they c�iul<1 drive from the sea their enemy destroy her Thule and make profitable business impossible. 8ome a eople Toubl have to die. It would be worse than Quot boycotting Quot but War was always cruel Ami the War was easiest which went straightest to the Mark Kili Eil most in the shortest time and come it Elle Ltd nations to make peace. The machines captured in England were made in pm rail 11 is answer gave the re Porter Confidence of the truth of his statement. They were of Zinc in the Interior of which the clockwork Ami explosives were packed. The clockwork operated with a Spring Ami after six a lavs running it liberates a Hammer something like a gun trigger which struck a percussion Cap and i ignited. The charge consisted of a ounce Ami u half of the fulminate a it of Silver and a Pound and a half of dynamite and Toubl destroy the largest Block of buildings in the world. The whole thing weighed forty five Pound is. Any warfare was Good enough for England who did t conduct honorable warfare herself and expect others to do so. If she did t do Justice to Ireland every English ship would a sent to the Bottom until no longer dared embark in them. Government building would be torn Down and a system of terrorism begun. He claims that there Are Many of these dread machine already Complete some in France in charge of trustworthy Patriot who would use them quite fre a by. They had already greatly worried i the British had destroyed the Manchester Post office the Victoria Dock loss $5.000,000explode machines at Salford and Glasgow at Ixia ton. Liver he it a and inflicted a agg Elute loss of jc50,00l>,000. Crowe has an easy dignified manner and was in no Way excited at his horrible re ital. He says the manufacture of machines will go Forward Here. Washington aug. 2.�?Crowe, who Wasar rested a in Peoria 111., is As alleged the inventor of the infernal machines sent to England was not Apple hemmed on the order of the attorney general As has been stated. He was arrested on a warrant swy a in out by the British vice Consul at new y Ork Ami this warrant was sent to the United states authorities of Illinois. Attorney general Macveagh says the matter of the infernal machines has not been officially brought to Bis notice but it it shall in lie will find Law for Ute suppression of such practices. The attorney general intimated that he would not a Leal leniently with the makers Ami users of explosives and infernal machines and also that he thought Hartman the russian nihilist might be turned Over to tie russian government should that government demand it. The attorney general does not believe in allowing plots against the peace of other governments to be hatched in the United states. Not arrested. Chicago. Aug. 2.�?the British vice Consul at this Point who is to Day in wheaten 111., a a graphs the associated press in answer to the question whether he has any information As to the alleged arrest of W. Crowe at Peoria for constructing infernal machines to be used against the British government Quot i have Hall nothing to do with the alleged arrest of Crowe. If he was arrested the British legation at Washington will know the it is generally believed Here that the arrest if any was made was a practical joke. A hoax. Peoria 111. Aug. 2.�?-Patrick Crowe of this City was Rex irked in the local evening papers As having been arrested on the order of attorney general Macye Agli charged with the violation of the navigation Laws by manufacturing and shipping the Tor Pikies that blew up the oteral and a others of the same Clas. The reported arrest was a hoax a a Nile of practical jokers deceiving reporters. Crowe has not been arrested a. But is doing duty a City lamplighter. Cleveland Columbus cruel Umsu dlr Lisp Itu. Bek link depart mate. N. Y. .4 to. To 4 3o am l. A 81. L. Kex. 0 6. Rib Union acc. 6 10am r. A. M Al. Exl246 pm Dayl a col. 06am Union acc. 6 46 pm n. Y. A Re 7 16 pm b.,1. A 8. L. Sex. 6 6 pm . A 8. L. Sex. 10 55 pm Broten swoon division c.,c., i. Depart. Arriva 4 15am. 7 15 pm 8 45am. 6 06pm 7 20 am .6 25pm 5 56am. 6 46pm 11 05 am .11 15 pm 10 85 am.10 56 pm 1 00pm.6 10 am 12 45 pm--------8 46 pm s 55pra.11 10am 4 26pm. 6 66�m for All information rates maps timetables Etc. A All at the Union ticket office hates House Corner. 134 South Illinois Street Massachusetts Avenue depot or at the Union Pittsburg Cincinnati and my. In Onla. Tan handle and Pennsylvania link depart. Arrive new York Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Pittsburg a Columbus express a a 4 20 am it a 12 20 pm Dayton express a a 4 20 am 12 20 pm Richmond Dayton a . 11 00 Ami Richmond a Dayton accommodation. Richmond to commode t loll a a a a a a a a a a a try a his a a a a a new York Philadelphia Washington. Baltimore Pittsburg Columbus a Dayton express sh5 46pm a a 6 40 pm Law at pro a ails in Perry county Arkansas. And Hevern arrest Are mole. Little Rook aug. 4.�?a Gazette special from Perryville save Quot the first step in the direction of a judicial my give of execute the Laws and punish the offenders resulted in tie arrest of Payton and Isom on a warrant sworn out by judge Harris charging them with tie assassination of Matthews. The accused were taken before a Justice of the peace for examination but a motion for a change of venue Post med the bearing and transferred the Case to Justice i an Ford s court. Warrants for the arrest of ten or twelve More Are in the hands of the sheriff and Possee. And the a artics will Lee arrested ils soon us possible. The excitement is gradually dying out beyond the daily Drill of military Aud solemn tread of sentry As he paces Liis beat the town is it us it and uneventful As by of the no trouble is anticipated in making arrests though fears Are expressed by some that one of two of the accused forties will make a Foster Ute resistance. Colonel Perry is vigorously pushing tie prosecution and general Newton expresses himself As Well satisfied with the prospects and believes that the matter will be won satisfactorily no prohibition for no a rth Corolina. Wilmington n. C., aug. 4.�?the election returns Are All one Way. It is impossible to estimate the majority but the state has gone overwhelmingly against prohibition. As far As heard from not a single City is carried by prohibitionists. . N. C., aug. 4.�?the election passed Over quietly. The towns where prohibition strength was ceded to be have All Given of far As heard from a heavy anti prohibition majority. The vote was Light. The negroes voted solidly with the Republican leaders who had pronounced against prohibition. The majority against tiie measure will be Large perhaps 40,000. 8 25 pm a a 9 56 am. 110 46 pm a daily. Kindly except 8unday. S sleeping car of i i h Titel car. For ticket and full in format Ion ticket a Dice Northeast Comer Washington Ani Ultima Street or at Union depot ticket office. Vurr me Ute. Vii inulin a nil St. 1/onu. A can arrive malt. 7 a a l. A no ._8 80am Day express. »�.12.40 pm pm it a our. 4 00 am Tern a Auto a a 1 00 in mail and ac.10 00 am Pacific exp is 00 pm Day a Prem. 5 85 pm l. A Kex 40 pm mall and a. 6 40 pm for tickets and full information Call at ticket office North at Corner Washington and Uhn Ota streets at Union depot or District passenger agent office Lalia freight depot. Cincinnati Tny Ilana polu St. Longs Nad of i. Sago. Cincinnati division. Depart. Arrive 0. A Louis. F. L 4 15 am India up. A. 10 36am non. A. 6 35am u Al . Pl2 20 pm A i. . A 8 05 pm to Iliin. 6 15 pm Cir in. A. A 6 06 pm A l. R. I 10 66 pm Lafaya Ette division. 100. A Bur. Sex. 7 80 ago Chicago r. A. 8 60 am Chicago mail p.,.12.40 pin Lafayette a 11 00 am Lafavette ac.�?. 6 36 pm Chicago mail. 2 46 pm A R. L. 11 20 pm Lafayette a 6 40 pm Indianapolis and St Load. Depart. Arriva Day express re. 7 26 am n. Y. Exp. 4 25 am Luca express. 4 10 pm India Kapta ac-11 00 am n. Y. Kex �?z.11 10 pm Day express 7 00pm for All information rates maps time tables Etc. Call at the Union ticket office rates House Comer 134 South Illinois Brett Massachusetts Avenue depot or at the Union def of Indiana Bloomington and Western. La Fri arrive. By Del Cox. 7 45 am East a 8. Sex. 4 10 am A r. 1. Sex. .11 00 pm Cincinnati spec. 10 80 am . 3 50 pm Atlantic . 6 40 pm k. A 7. F. Line. J 15pm for tickets and Lull information Call at the new ticket office. No. 12r South Illinois Street or at the Union Defot ticket office. 0.t i., 8t l. And c., and Lake Krte and Western. Immediate connection Al Lafayette. Depart Arriva 6 45 pm.Indianapolis.11 0u am 9 01� pm.�?. Lafayette. 1 30 . 8 20 am 4 00 am Cincinnati Hamilton and Indianapolis. Depart. Arrive mall a ctn. Sex. 4 15 am mall. 12 16 pm a it Xum. 5 50 pm Western sex. 10 45 pal Indian Upolu and Vincennes. Depart. It Arriva. My. And Cairo sex 7 1a am Vincennes ac_10 45 a Vincennes a 4 00pm my. A Cairo sex. 6 85 pm for tip a and full Call Al City ticket office Northeast Comer Washington and Illinois streets or at Union depot ticket office. Lindl Anapolis. Fern and Chicago. Depart. Arrive . 6 50 am A g. R. Sex. 8 60 am c., t. A Ex�?12 �?~2i pm �?11 00 pm A Mich. Sex. 6 25 pm m�?Tl 6 00pm t. A Ex.11 00 to d.,t. A it. W_10 30pm for tickets and full information Call at try ticket office Northeast Comer Washington Aud Illinois streets or at Union depot ticket office. Madison and Indianapolis. Depart. Arriva. Southern Kex 4 05 am ind. A m. Maill0 00 am 1 a mad. A. 7 10 am ind. A Chi. Ex_12 10pm ind. A m. Mali. 2 50 pm a. 6 20 pm keening Kex 6 10 to . l 10 50 for tickets and full information. Call at Feket office Northeast Corner Washington a Illinois streets or at Union depot tic Ket office. Indiana posts Decatur and Springfield. Depart. Arriva Morefield a. 6 30 am night sex �?.4 10 am mail a Day sex 8 20 am Montezuma la 40 am Montezuma a. 3 3opm mail a Day sex. 5 87 pm night express. .11 05 no Morefield a. 6 25 pm id 25 years experience or. Reeves Tiik Hdija botanic physician late of London England that Noil a a re fat Catarrh lung and Throat doctor Iti Anie Ira is permanently located at the Corner of Flunoia and Lon Iaisha streets Indianapolis Indiana where by Sill examine All Dan my an Tell the complaint without asking s single question. Stone notation free in either German or in glib Perma Siht cubes or. I of re warranty a permanent Enre of tie following did to to pile and tutors itching and protruding cured without pain or instruments cancer cured in All their forum without the knife or sickness of the patient. The doctor Haa cared Hun or do of this dreadful canker of the Inman body which has raffled the Arcuni Ullard skill of age. His a me Lii Excel anything known to medical act coca lie Dette the world to bring him a care when there i 11 flip Lieut vitality to it Tajn the system that he ran not cure. Any person Wieb Itig further information or treatment a hould give him a Call. Rheu. Naii no cured and warranted to stay cured in every care. All form of blood and Shin pm Swiss Are permanently cared such a Tetter Salt Rheum scr Fula or Syph Litlo sores strictures seminal weak need or . Primary and secondary syphilis Guor Raea of chronic venereal kidney or Unnar diseases of either sex Young of old no matter How had. Or Challenge a comparison with any physician in America in cur ing these disease. Be it of Mati Lood restored. The it actor ran refer to Hund Edt thus affected who credit their in sent to being cured by him. All moles birth Marks and freckles r to mud also alb the various diseases of the err and ear Fob the la diem obey a lady at any period of life from childhood to Tbs grave my if ft., suffer Tom one or More of the Fol lowing diseases which the doctor will positively Core liver complaint indigestion of the stomach nervous aktie��.-�, lung disease Etc., Prola Paus of the Vagina or womb leu it it rrb a a or Whites anti version. Retro version Utip Luxion a trop Lexion or ulcer a Ati Atif this Organ sick headache rheumatism and sciatic Paina. Dropsy permanently cured in a abort time without tapping. Fall or Wilfo to Ike Ihre Cor. Ill loot a sad Ladislaua streets Istl Woulla India a. Private medical Aid. All disease of a secret nature speedily cured. If in trouble Call or Wilt a perfectly confidential. Any Case of whisky ten pays. Blog vote a invalid to pulse who contemplate going to hot Spring Tor 1 the treatment of syphilis sleet scr Fula end All cuban of or blood diseases Caa be cured by one third the Cost of such a trip at the old reliable stand. I Bare been located Here for 83 year Aud with the advantage of acc a Long and successful sep Arieas Caa confidently warrant a cure in Alt Caay. I Art Las needing a periodical Pill can get the i at my of tee of by mail at 81.00 per Box. Office. 43 Virginia avelae. Indianapolis ind. Do. Bohnett be Aamir to or. D. B. Ettag

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