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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - September 13, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. 13, 1879. No 47 elegant addition Levities. To our Stock of at the when clothing store. Ezek Xii s China and picture Frame store at Leo. 22 West Washington Street now takes the Lead in China Glass and it use n s w a r a picture frames Etc. New goods arriving daily. Travest styles in carpets p p rugs Mats Oil cloths window shades and e r h is a i a Quot a s wholesale and retail. A. L. Wright amp co., successors to Adams Mansur life co., 47 and 49 s. Meridian Street. George Beyersdorfer. Woje 6c lp6m 67 North Illinois Street a i it Beer designs b a c isl. E t s Birb cages and picture frames the Noyemy Dollar store 44 and 46 e. Washington Street. Sepl3 in impersonal. Browning amp Sloan the druggists. Or. Henry Porterfield has taken service with Ward bros., druggists. The wife of judge Walter q. Gresham is seriously ill with malarial fever. Gen. Manson has found his Rosenante. It had been left at a livery stable Allen opposite Post office has the finest perfumes made. All doors in bulk. John Mccreary died at his residence near this City on last sunday aged 95. We. M. John at 32 Virginia Avenue wants 1,000 old hats to make As Good As new. For a smooth clean shave or fashionable hair Cut Call on prof. Heitkam no. 9 Vance Block. Or. F. A w. Davis has been elected As permanent treasurer of the mercantile association. The place to buy watches is direct of the agents. Chas. Feller amp co. Are agents of the Rockford watch. Or. Joseph Karle has a Nail upon his Little Finger upon his left hand that is two inches Long. It looks Odd. Cutler amp Savidge Are to furnish the material for the building of the new Sheds at the Stock Yards at g4,500. Slates pencils and school supplies in Quantity at or. Keillor a s pharmacy Corner of Christian Avenue and Ash Street. County auditor Sproule has taken an Appeal from the allowance of the county commissioners of 700, and demands 3,368. Theo Zumbusch the Veteran jeweler is at 14 North Meridian Street. He is the Best repairer of watches and clocks in the City. Rev. J. M. Crawford has been honoured with the Call of the sixth presbyterian Church and will be installed As its pastor. Madam Grayson fresh from the new York fashion openings will be pleased to see her friends at 39m East Washington Street mrs. Fowler s. The Many friends of miss Mary Henry will be shocked to learn that she is lying very Low with lung fever at her residence on South East Street. Auditor elect Pfaffs Bond bears the names of the following gentlemen John w. Pfaff John c. Burton Ingram Fletcher p. M. Gapen and William d. Wiles. See Crane s new Stock of watches clocks spectacles and jewelry just arrived at 164 a ave. First class in every respect Rand perfect beauties. Optical goods a specially. John Knight recovered judgment for $7,000 the other Day in room no 1, in his suit for damage against the Indianapolis railway Supply company for failure to Transfer Stocky miss Anna Tully who has been pronounced by a lady journalist As the handsomest lady of the City formerly with Harry Craft is now engaged with messes. Bingham walk amp Mayhew. The workingmen at the rolling Mill attended the i Mineral of one of their Oon an Ione. Church i Lver in a body on last wednesday afternoon the Mill shutting Down to allow them the Opportunity. I i it Ostal clerk on a suicide on ring four grains of Aree mein a Glass or was Ever did not Tnp. The family of Robt. Awni ton Engineer atthe sixth Street engine hone has been sadly a bisted for some Days having buried one f during the time and mrs. Hamilton not expected to live Bough at last accounts tube was thought to be be a. R Louis Lamont a switchman was thrown. Under the cars by the breaking of an Axle near the deaf and dumb As us on last monday morning and so horribly mangled that he died in less than an hot a. Lamont Leav a widow and one child. His Reni Ains were interred at Gonnert Ville. George i agree with the dose How a and he threw laying and has Many a the chased the Deer and Wolf Over the grounds now occupied Jay i ily an Public build nge or. In be Pas very pleasantly in listening to his reminiscences. It reappearance of professor Harper. Prof. Harper of a school at Danville who mysteriously disappeared some months since while visiting this City has got Back Home and has a strange Story to Tell about his enforced wanderings while most of the time unconscious. As his Story has been told so often we shall give it in Brief prof. H. Claims that he was knocked in the head in a lumber Yard West of the Union depot while waiting for his train to Danville by two men who had been following him during the Day and night and who demanded his Money. One of Tham he represents As a Man with Large Black whiskers and this is about All he remembers about their appearance. They took him the thinks first to Chicago and then to Salt Lake City and next he found himself a favored guest among the Ute indians from whom he escaped while on a Hunt. He made his Way to Cheyenne and from thence wrote Home for Money. His father went for him and the professor returned Home with him in excellent health. The professor has been interviewed several times since. He tells pretty much the same Story to All but Candor compels us to say it is not generally taken for Bible truth. It is Charity to suppose that the professor imag inges what he professes to have passed through. It is stated that once before when a Mere lad he made a mysterious disappearance and was found at school in a neighbouring town. It is his intention we believe to resume teaching in the flourishing school at Danville of which he was the founder. It would probably be better and easier to believe the professor s Story than to Hunt for proof to the contrary among the National convention of pharmaceutics to. The National convention of pharmaceutics to opened on last tuesday afternoon with an address from mayor Caven. The display at masonic Hall is an exceedingly creditable one and being arranged with much skill and taste makes quite an attractive study to visitors. The Hall is also tastefully decorated. The usual routine of business conducted by the society has been exceedingly interesting both to themselves and guests. The election of officers for the ensuing year was conducted with the usual spirit. George w. Sloan of this City being chosen president which announcement was received with unqualified approbation. A conic i Mei tary concert was tendered the association at manner Hor Hall by prof. Beissenherz on last wednesday evening and a banquet at the grand hotel on thursday Quot another wednesday night a Man named James Foster was found lying in the weeds on the Bank of the River near Washington Street i Jan insensible condition with blood streaming from his Temple an open knife was clasped in his hands. He was removed by the police first to the surgical Institute and then to the Quot the capital City Quot Cigar at Circle House. Chew Jackon s Best Sweet Navy tobacco. Smoke the capital City Cigar for Sale by All first class dealers. Everything in the drug line at Allens opposite the Post office. Grand Turtle soap lunch to night at Phil Reichwein sat 9 30 p. M. The chinese Are to take part in the forthcoming Industrial Parade. The new York gallery makes the cheapest and Best pictures in the City. R. Stephens old reliable sewing machine repairing office 19 mass. Avenue. See the new Light i running White sewing machine. R. E. Stephens agent 19 mass. Venue. The most handsome toilet sets in the City Are found at apothecaries Hall 7 and 9 East Washington Street. For school books slate pencils and school supplies of All kinds go to Ward bros., 190 fort Wayne Avenue. Robert Fertig Corner o1 Indiana Avenue and new York Street keep the Best five Quot and ten cents cigars in the City John Rauch manufacturer of the capital City two brothels Marion and or cigars. No. 13 Circle Street. Three Hundred dollars were sent by the i o. O. Of to the yellow fever Sufie Rei sat Memphis on last wednesday. Rockford watches can Only be had of Chas. Feller amp co., Aii theorized agents 222 East Washington Street. School Book school Book school books at Down town prices at Fertig a Corner of Indiana Avenue and new York Street. Slates pencils and school supplies in Quantity at or. Keillor a s pharmacy Corner of Christian Avenue and Ash Street Walter new Orab son of judge Newcomb and formerly of the Sentinel corps is lying dangerously ill of malignant diphtheria. No one can o3tain a free ride to the state fair unless he or she is Over 70 years of age and has resided in the state Over 40 Vears. Lookout for frauds in Hay. Have everything weighed at the City Scales at the Bast Market if you want to have Correct weight. Prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours Day and night at Fertig s drug store Corner of new York Street and Indiana Avenue. Sneak thieves entered the residence of councilman Rooker one evening this week and stole his wife s Gold Chain valued at $175. Just received a Large invoice of perfume Ries and toilet articles at a Fertig s drug store Corner of Indiana Avenue and new York Street. A judgment against the Shaw Carriage works for ?25,969 83 was taken by the Indiana National and first National Banks on last monday. The Public schools opened on last monday with about 200 pupils Short of what was expected the prevalence of Scarlet fever doubtless had something to do with it. The Drivers of wagons will be permitted to take out a License for one week Only during the state fair for the purge be of transportation to and from the stat fair grounds. The grand Lodge of coloured masons held their annual convention this week with representatives from Twenty five lodges. Their Headquarters in of Titre will be located in this City. We Are exceedingly pleased to learn that the Udell ladder comp Jiny of this i Tiv received the Gold medal for the Best display of wooden manufactures at the exposition at Louisville the Board of Public improvements desire to meet the property holders residing on North Meridian streets on saturday evening at 7 30 o clock at the Council chamber in the court House a grand Surprise party was Given at the residence of Alex Downey of the West end on last tuesday evening. Everything passed off pleasantly and the Young folks returned at an Early hour. No mistakes Are made at the great drug Emp orium of Browning amp Sloan apothecaries Hall 7 and 9 East Washington Street. The most careful pharmaceutics to in the West Are found behind their counters. We understand that it is not the intention of the state House contractors to take the Stone cutting of that building away from the City. In which Case the communication of the City Stone cutters to Council was premature. Our Northwest end citizens Are now Happy be Long Felt want has been supplied he Castetter has opened a Model drug store look upon this pict Rop and then upon this City Hospital where his injuries were found to be of a very dangerous and probably fatal character. Tvs Foster is the Man who several years ago was convicted of murdering Hatfield his brother in Law and sentenced to the Penitentiary for ninety nine years. He was pardoned by gov. Williams on the plea of consumption Thomas Danner has been arrested for assaulting Foster. Danner married Foster s divorced me. He said that Foster came at him with a Dirk knife in his hand and he knocked him into the Gutter and left him there and returned Home. Danner s trial is continued to await the result of Foster s injuries the pharmaceutics to banquet. The grand hotel on last thursday night was the scene of one of the most Brilliant affairs that has Ever taken place in our City. It was gotten us in Honor of the delegates to the pharmaceutical convention the elite of the City were present and the toilets of the ladies were elegant. Prof. Beissenherz furnished music for the occasion which was appreciated by All. At 11 a m. The door of the banquet room was thrown open and 300 persons tiled into it it was a sign to behold. In tables the entire length of the room were filled to overflowing with All the delicacies the season Ai Fords. Or. Ward called the assemblage to order and annoy med that All was ready. The orchestra played during the banquet. After the repast was finished or. Ward again called the room to order when Oasis were Given. After the toasting the party engaged in dancing which was indulged in until Early mom. The floor mans is did their duty exceedingly Well. By nov. Hendricks responded to the City oif Indianapolis in a very Happy vein. Or. John Huegele famished tha game fish oysters Etc., for the magnificent supper. He always has the first in season of everything. Death of or. Bisic Haipt. Fredericcc Ruschaupt one of our most esteemed and useful Oft Zens died at his residence on North Illinois Street on last sunday evening. Sporty six years ago he came to this a Ftp from Germany. He was one of the founded of the Atlas machine works and built the grand hotel in connection with or. Kerle. The Kevii i i Foster will preach at Unity Church Corner Michigan and Tennessee streets to my Crow morning. At 183 Indiana Avenue and carefully compounds prescriptions at All hours of the Day or night. The following officers were elected by the directors of the Board of Trade on last monday Henry c. Wilson Secretary a a. Closser treasurer we Metcalf Grain inspector and a a Shepperd provision inspector. A two weeks old baby died at the orphans Home one Day this week it is believe from drugs administered by its Mother who came to the City from Cambridge City calling herself mrs Thompson she has disappeared and is supposed to have left the City. The new medical College of physicians and a Gens will begin their preliminary course the building on the Corner of Indiana Avenue and Tennessee Street on next monday. There will be a free dispensary for the Benefit of the poor attached to the institution the principal of the Public schools at Arba ind concluded to show the Large girls How to play Blackman. On his first run he fell into the arms of one of them blacking her face knocking her Down and knocking out one of his front Teeth and loosening two More. He has quit for repairs Charles b. Hall Louis Smith and Henry Miller were arrested by officers Campbell Shufu to Murphy and Fiscus at their Quot Bunko Quot establishment on Kentucky Avenue on last tuesday. They had made very Well Laid plans of operation in this City having recently left a number of victims in Cincinnati. The second Scholastic year of St. Anna s school no. 477 North Pennsylvania Street was opened with services at Grace Church on last monday morning. Addresses Wem delivered by Bishop Talbott and several other clergymen. The past year was so perfectly satisfactory to patrons and Teck mers that the present term opens with even More flattering Promise of Success. According to the decision of the county commissioners. Auditor elect pfc Fly re Ceivia #1,200 per annul salary and fl25 l,000pulation, Between 15,000 and and Floo on every 1,000 Over 20,000. A construction gives the auditor a trifle Over #6,000 a year though according to his own plan he was to receive Over #12,000 per annul claiming #225 for every 1,000 population Over 20,000.ntinel. The Good Young men Christian a of Dation met the other evening and elected the following gentlemen As their officials for the ensuing year president Charles Haynes vice president Jolt d. Sherinan re Draing Secretary Glenwood Preble to responding Secretary a b. Brandt trea Artir t.1 Boob. A the following were elected trustees we _ Morrow a Fez chive committee e. Field John d. Sherman. T. . Enoe c. D. Meiggs a w. Braden a w. Alexander and i h. Boll red Cloud tribe no. 18, i. O. In. My a installed the following of Iderson it wednes. I in As it Hight be f a Liberal and Wise policy were prs Ned. I Al it Ian la apol is As it . Be it the present Penn Wise and Pound look Isle policy is continued take a walk a High handed outrage on the part of the City Council. Walkis Lake Cut off in the Mist of his pacts in his Quot untimely taking off Quot the Quot True inwardness of it As a general thing we Are not in the habit of going into ecstasies Over wandering walk its we believe in the cultivation of the intellect rather than of the legs and yet Are Iten sible of the fact that both intellect and legs Are necessary in the making up of a Jusy and multifarious world. We believe Tith the ancient philosopher that Quot a Little i nonsense now and then is relished by the Wisest or Best of men Quot a even if that non a use is condensed in the shape of a pair of yell gotten up legs whether of the male or a male persuasion. On last Friday we noticed from the window of our Sanctum preparations being made Tor a grand Quot walk around Quot the Circle Tia bark was Laid and Good looking individuals were Busy irom the first with Broom Aad shovel forming a walk. From the Start a understand the Walkis was annoyed. At first he had got his Quot walk Quot a Little too far Etrat on the pavement. Officious officers declared that it must be changed and it was accordingly at a great Deal of expense and double moved next to the Fence of the useless Circle. On Friday we were waited upon by the Man who was to walk a or. Lake a gentlemanly appearing Man a who we Are in i armed by the Avay is a gentleman in every respect not Only this but an exceedingly moral Young Man Only 22 years of age who neither Chews smokes nor drinks he Only a to Alksa his Sisters cousins and his aunts meaning thereby his help in the shape of Stalwart men Are likewise said to be temperate in All things but they Avill walk and time the Walker which As the sequel will show is a heinous time when done on a sunday. Or. Lake was to execute the difficult and heretofore never attempted task of walking 1,000 Quarter Miles in 1,000 consecutive Quarter Houis and carry at certain times a gun weighing forty pounds. Or. Lake came highly recommended from other cities where he had walked and performed what he had promised. Here he was to execute a feat never before attempted providing his feet did not give out. We confess that on saturday morning when he first started out and Only a score or two of persons present we sort of poked fun at the entire arrange intent a but As the walk progressed and hundreds came to see we rather changed our mind Aud came to the conclusion that there might be something in the stretching of this Man s legs after All. We were still More and More convinced of this As Day succeeded unto Day and thousands came to see in place of hundreds not Only those native and to the manner born but from neighbouring cities All anxious to see the Man that walked. It made things Lively around the Circle and things were getting More Lively throughout the City. On sunday we Are told that the Circle was literally packed with curious perspiring humanity for Lake walked on sunday and on sunday night notwithstanding he had fallen Ever a Small boy in the Way and sprained Lus ankle. Everybody was a pealing in Praise of his Pluck and indomitable Energy and everybody seemed to be pleased there unfortunately on sunday councilman or. Carey chanced to pass that Way. He saw Tjie Walkis s Linen Hung out to air on a Small clothes line attached to his main tent. Saw the crowd. He saw what he probably conceived to be a Des creation of the Sab to in hundreds in the Circle and around and Abs Iii it watching a Man walk when they should be at Church. He thought no doubt o himself Good Man that he is that this would never do and by monday night his by had brought Forth a Resolution to Leici amp a the action of the councils granting bake the privilege to walk and Quot would heart of Man once believe it quote former Grant was rescinded and lakes forbidden to Complete his self allotted ask. The silly ground was taken that the Joor innocent grass of the Circle Park would injured were the grand walk continued tout this we dare say was not the True inwardness of it. The trouble began when it was discovered that several thousands of persons would sooner see a Man walk on sunday than go and hear some Dull Shepherd Quot Spound de Lake s walk kept people away from the Church. This was the head and front of his offending. A Quot Only this and Nething in Orel our officious officials on the pretence of saving the City s property told Lake he must give up his walk this on monday nit after the astute Council had adut turned. In plucky Walkis continued to walk until Early if Oming when sheing again gained of the awful consequences Shook the Tan bark from his tand gave up his walk a sadder if not a Wiser Man. There is not the slightest doubt but that Lake s Wadk would have brought to this City during this week and to Morrow and next Day from thirty to fifty thousand excursions we Are credibly informed were by Long made up and about to be invade up in every direction and probably on tuesday morning when it was Learned that Lake was fused to have granted Lake permission to walk no one would probably have said a word. But they granted him permission after mature deliberation and discussion of the subject. To rescind their action after the Walkis was Over two Hundred dollars out was simply villainous. There was one phase of this atrocity that was simple Cheeky that was in the demand that the Board of aldermen that entirely useless wheel to the municipal Wagon should meet in special session on tuesday night and endorse the action of the senseless Council. The withdrawal of Lake did away with the necessity for this. Taking this entire walking affair from its inception we think we Are Safe in saying that had it not been for Lake s walking on sunday there would have been no reconsidering of the action of Council granting him the blessed privilege to walk. It was too wicked that s what it was the truly righteous could t stand it. Thus by the Quot worse than foolish action of the City Quot Council Are merchants bereft of Trade say to the extent of forty or fifty thousand dollars for it is Safe to say that they could have been benefited that much in the visit to the City of our country cousins come to see the great Walkis perform his unheard of feat. Whether Lake a will sue the City or not for going Back upon its contract remains to by seen. There is no doubt but that he could recover and that right handsomely. In this connection we think it no More than right that the names of those who kept Money out of the City in thus forbidding Lake to Complete his walk should be published to the world in nonpareil Black if not in glowing capitals and in this connect to. We Are pleased to state that councilman Cal Rooker got up in his place and declared that having once made a contract he could not go Back thereon and therefore voted no against reconsidering the vote by which Lake was granted permission to walk. As councilman or citizen he could not and would not go Back upon his word once Given. Councilman Shepherd voted not to reconsider although he was reported As voting differently. Had councilman John r. Pearson been present we Are assured that he would have voted not to reconsider. Here Are the names of the distinguished citizens who voted to keep from forty to fifty thousands of dollars away from circulation in our City. They should be remembered by the com unit a Berman Bryce Carey Downey Katan Lamb Morrison me May stall line Van Vorhis . The following gentlemen to their Honor be it said voted to maintain their Faith and the Honor of a contract once entered into Beeler. Bowl Init. Harmoning Kini Rooker Shepherd Wiese �?7. Day night after which a banquet at forced to give up his walk there was never Wilsons Gein a madder populace than ours this a in if Lono Hetric indeed the Rit was Quot serious talk of burning the Excecil up i Bomi Harry Leyvi 8a a Iem it James t. Harshall Sagamore John Mckinney. Junior soca Morer Mcgregor. Keeper of wet open Chles Rof Henry Alberts Byer Prophet William Kii opening of new fall dress goods we have now on our counters full lines of new dress fabrics comprising latest Paris novelties in brocades Chenille Ana Plush for combination suits new colors in Serges diagonals Camel s hair cloth Mummy cloths Cashmere de beges All the new shades in French Cashmere at old prices. Specia i. 100 pieces French Cashmere new Shade full widths Doc per Yard. These goods Are now Worth More at wholesale. Novelties m plaids plaid Cashmere plaid Serges plaid , new plaids for circulars. Great bargains i Domestic dress goods. Good poplin Alpaca Novelty mixture new brocades Lac silk mixtures 17c. Piles of new foods from 5 to 1 a a a per Yard. Largest St it re in the Tate at Lowe a Quot Quot to rices. S. Ayres amp co. notes. Typhoid fever has broken out among the inmates of the reformatory. Thirteen cases were reported yesterday of a violent Henry a coloured attache of the surgical inst trite has been sent to the insane Asylum having become deranged about is feared that Wishmeyer the assaulted rolling Mill hand will not recover. He was worse . Virgil j. Lyon died yesterday at his Home in Plainfield of typhoid journal this morning hangs out its Flag Over the result in the Republican candidate for governor is elected or not can Only be determined by Oca Cial count. He has to have a majority of All votes were seven deaths and Twenty one new cases of yellow fever reported at Memphis yesterday. Jay Gould dispatched an additional five thousand dollars to the was fitted at de Kalb Mississippi of the murder this Holm the jury being out Only half an our German fellow citizens Are not a ittle exercised in reference to the conduct of the Quot House father Quot William c. Krauter at the German protestant orphan s Home. He is accused of neglecting his duties drinking too much and cruelty to the children. He has had two partial examinations and yet the affair seems to be a Little mixed. He was simply reprimanded and a Resolution adopted expelling or. Kattera his principal accuser from membership in the society which controls the Quot a sad Accident occurred on Indiana Avenue on last thursday afternoon to mrs. Louis Neubacker. While Quot alighting from a Street car she made a mister and was thrown to the ground falling upon her right Arm and breaking it Between the wrist and Ellwe. The lady was taken to a House near by and or. Pink called who reset the limb. At last accounts she was resting easy. Else Gilligan a Young and virtuous Irish Wall paper Wall paper shades and Oil cloth. Carl Moller. 161 a ast washing a St., Mansur s Block. Aug30 3m in fic object characters who Are sent to that institution. She had teen placed there by father bes shies to be under the Protection of the Sisters. She is now living in the family of oils cer Ben Johnson. Chas. Sindlinger celebrated his 24th birthday anniversary on last wednesday evening in grand style. Joy and mirth ruled the evening the guests left wishing to have the pleasure of witnessing Many More such m. Horton for alleged counterfeiting was committed to Jau by commissioner Hawks one Day this week in default of $2,000 bail. I Horton is a peruvian or at it Baals from pm Iru ind. The gun squad of the German veterans association will go to Lebanon Indiana to attend the Soldi Iii reunion to that Point next week. Gap. J. L. Bieler will command a Battery of two guns. J. Be Iii Smith of soda Mma Ratus Fame returned from Boston on last mond where he has been Iusti Cating at Martha s Vineyard for the month past and reporte a delightful time. A a Vitina on East Street near Ohio Corner of Tennessee acid Wilkins 53 English Avenue and 371 East Market Street twelve m. Is to be the hour of the amp Industrial Parade on it ber.,. Chas Zeph and a Weib Lefly Spring tip birr Day on no str typhoid fear the starting e is of octo leave hot the Vicinity the condition Guetig will he be Hung p if in the course of human events Guetig s sentence of death by the Hangman should be carried out he has but a few More Days to live and yet we Are assured that the Young Man is As Quot pert and Chipper Quot As every if not indeed More so. The other Day the local editor of the Telegraph or. Muelen. Undertook to interview the Gay and festive Niue Quot Derer thinking that discretion was the better part of valor he did not go inside the bars. Knetig was cabled to the door when Etc., us Fiji you j Quot Quot Quot Oid Jilli How i would fix you Quot a Wietig is an athlete. Seeing the reporter he exclaimed Quot of if i Only had you m Here you a How i would fix you Quot a Wietig is Muelen did t care to go inside. Guetig is really a Riddle to the most of those who visit him. His spiritual advisers believe him to be at least partially insane if not More so. Cue Tig himself apparently looks Forward with Hopes to another trial crazy though he May be. The supreme court will have Little if any time to determine upon Guetig s Case owing to the fact that it does not Convene until a Day or two prior to the Day fixed for his execution. So that it is altogether probable that the execution of Guetig will again be deferred until after the Day set therefor. The mail is responsible for the statement that Guetig is to married on the Day of his execution the 19th inst Friday. The you lady and to be Bride is miss Belle Ray not As visiting the condemned murderer almost daily for some time past. When Guetig was questioned about the matter he said he guessed he had As Good a right to be married As anybody else. Guetig attorneys null place the Brief before the supreme court on next tuesday giving the court three Days to examine. If they cannot do this they will demand a collision. There was a smash up on the pan handle. On last thursday evening near or Lima Ohio but no lives were lost. Two trains collided. Postal clerk siskins of this City was seriously injured. He was brought to the City and taken to his residence 320 East. Vermont Street. George Weiss was also slightly injured. The engines were do f polished and a postal car thrown from the v a a William and Alonzo Bamsey were arrested t on las thursday morning on the charge of carrying Donee died weapons in Daad re than Likely it was mules that caused a they having in their Possession two of Thelong fear . Which they were offer. I ving to sett at any. Once. They had with them f also two women one a mrs. Hartley it a who left a husband in Liberty Center and theother Josie Morgan who acknowledges that she ran away from Home. She Haft a child and a half old. V

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