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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - March 13, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioHe Kohutka thus Send congratulations heartily expressed to All earnestly engaged in helping each to answer duty Scall venturing through the Quot presses a daily every hut go ring mind to leed Jnet or forgetting that tin Quot masses if they a vote a ought surely Toad news of Quot City and of a nation a gathered to Supply their need. Shed then Styk thy rays ill mining those who a draw thy nud cd Light and of such mar there he Quot legion a round their Homes both Day and night Luck cd. Cincinnati March a �?~79. I an Odd Story a a and you ask me to believe this a �?~1 ask you to believe nothing i simply Tell you the my last Hope vanished. Bitterly t looked up at Philip Barringer Bitt Rev Down at my mourning Robes. Twice Only had i seen this Man three weeks since when he b ought the news of my Lover s death to Day bringing a harsh supplement a the news 01 his perfidy. This was official so to speak scaled by Bis dying lips. A Tell Vinnie the truth a he said a a Ell her the treacherous part a have been playing that she May shed 110 tears for it was the old Story absence a fairer face had broken former ties. Had Slart Whitney lived he would have been worse than dead to me. A Shock bewilderment and then t would not believe i Clung defiantly to the memories that sanctified my dead. What More natural on the one hand the living looters Only a few weeks old 011 the other a strangers Story a sustained by proof. And yet instinctively i Felt it True. Standing before me with arms haughtily folded with eyes hashing beneath my suspicion Philip Barringer was not a Man to disbelieve. With his proud answer Rny last Hope vanished. Bitterly i looked up at him bitterly Down at my mourning Robes. A you might have spared me this a i murmured a but for you i would have never Ere i finished his hand had closed on mine he answered hurriedly a it is not right that a woman should but Fate seemed hard been Able to forgive Philip Barringer Niv bitterness Ltd grown toward him with the Days. He might have snared me Hart Whitney s perfidy but for him i might in Only a woman mourning a dead Lover not the wreck t was. He was always the Bird of ill Omen bringing pain to me. He knew of my coming hither he might have spared it me. There was one Comfort he had not forgotten lie had chosen to walk on in the drizzly darkness he would keep aloof from me. A night at sunny Bank brought Wisdom i descended to breakfast in a Calmer Frame of mind. Philip Barringer must be naught to me that he had made life harder for me i must temporarily forget. My business was with it Bert. Thorne. I found that lady alone in the break fast room a Gay Little lady she proved on acquaintance so full of gossip so full especially of Philip Barringer s praises that business must wait. I bad not been Many minutes in her society before 1 began to be exceedingly annoyed not at her rhapsodies to these i Luuri quietly resigned myself. But there was something marked in her glances a Searcie Ixia Seru t Iny. What did it moan i questioned. I had never truly a Day of amazement a Day of mysteries solved but to precipitate fresh ones. Was this Philip Barringer the formal master of Bunny Bank talking thus to me was this the cold creature Hart Whitney had fashioned this woman bidding him keep her portrait since it seemed Fco much to him is it a Odd store Odd then but True. From that Day i grew to forget Hart Whitney to smile at his perfidy. And when the Spring put Forth its buds and blossoms i put my hand in Philip Barringer a and went out to become his wife. _ Kold robbery on a Zirpel car. A Chicago Exchange says a bold robbery was effected 011 a Street car at Midnight 011 saturday night in which the conductor of the ear was the victim. As one of the cars of the Indiana Street line had reached the end of the route at Western Avenue conductor Mcnichols was footing the memorandum of passengers 011 the trip when three men suddenly appeared in the car one at either end and a third in his immediate presence with drawn and cocked revolvers. Two stood 011 guard at the doors while the third demanded his Money and watch. A physician a a Story. It is not so far Back but that i can re Niep to a Verv Well How and when i com Uvence the practice of Medicine. By Way of necessary introduction to my Story i must say a few word of that Tiu if when m. D. Was tacked to my name i bowed to two shrines my profession and a my Angelina. Her name was not Angelina. But my wife being a modest Little lady desires she shall not be dragged before an inquisitive Public. Bet then the abstract Angelina represent the real woman. 1 conceal my own name for similar reasons. Of course i had a rival. Name Richard Somers age Twenty six general appearance striking and handsome character very bad. Neither my affection for this gentleman nor his affection for me would have a conflagration on apy River of which i know. We Didi ked 0aoh other heartily from the first. Being a much handsomer Man than myself he might have been a dangerous rival. However he saved me All trouble. He committed presently he Rose and saying he would return by Daybreak left the room. He evidently Felt that i was in his Power and seemed in no hurry to Complete his revenge. When he had gone the card playing was kept up for a couple of hours. Then they All stretched themselves upon the floor and a slept. The door opened inward and across it was the Burly form of the treasurer. In Hpe the apparent hopelessness of a trial f rect about devising some plan of escape. The first thing was to free myself. I have Large wrists and sati hands. In tying me they had not taken this into consideration. Without much i liberated my hands then of course it was the work of it a few seconds to in Ufa Rai. No Vonni not. There Are six Flint and Crystal Glas works in a St. Louis. Florida is shipping red Cedar for pen Piui n in i Quot i 1 by a largely to Europe. 1 the Harmony Mills at Cost a have resumed on full time. Tampa. Fla., is shipping two Hundred thousand oranges per week. Eastern parties arc to a it up a vegetable Cannery at Franklin and. 0 a Denver firm is going into Patent Stone making with a Large capital. They Are making chemically prepared fire proof Pine shingles at Pentwater had left the ear at the moment so air. It was i younger fairer than she liked to. Did she fear dispossession of Philip bar a Mcnichols was alone ringer but mrs. Ethbert Thorne was not one a forgery which was discovered sooner i., ,. 0 than be expected. He was arrested for 1 be turned Over the watch am about w tried met a convicted. 1 was in Ilver when they departed. I lie Driver of tirely free myself from my Bonds taking the precaution to place the Lancaster a. Room s in such a position that should any of the gang Waken i would still appear to be bound i thought upon my chances of escape. They certainly appeared very few and Small. The fact of the men upon the floor being asleep seemed Little in my favor. 1 could not move the Ruilian who was sleeping at the door without waking him. As 1 have before stated escape by the window was impossible. Every plan that suggested itself Luid insurmountable a number of new furnaces Are talked of near the Cornwall Iron Ore Banks in to talk Long with eyes. A my dear a she said suddenly a i really should not speak at All but the resemblance is so very what did it mean i stared at her openly. A you do not understand of course a she continued merrily there a a portrait of a very Beautiful Young girl in much More Beautiful than you Pardon me my dear but of so very like. It is such a mysterious picture too. Who is it i have asked Phil a dozen times if once. A a lady who was engaged to a Friend of mine in the indies a is his invariably reply. My dear i really wish you could see it Only i would not dare take you in private parlor he never allows strangers i had begun listening to a gossips Story i sat at its ending Pale and still. Sin to nth Fain the Louisville says airs. Deihm Longs to have her name known of men when she is gathered to her tat mrs and other relatives. In 187 it she began the publication of a Magazine which she called the United states Centennial Welcome hoping by that Means to achieve for herself that renown which her posterity would prize As a proud legacy. But Fame was Eoy and would not be won even by a United states Centennial Welcome. Then airs Deihm undaunted by repulse set her wits to work to devise some surer method. The programme on which she settled she began to execute on Washington a 1 it i securing a Safe she placed therein her own picture and autograph and those of the president congressmen governors literary notables Etc. Then she formally closed the Safe and presented it to that president who shall occupy the White one of the principal witnesses against him. When the sentence was passed upon him to requested a moments conversation with me. I shall never forget the look of hatred on his face Asho hissed out a you have ruined my love and my life. Remember that and Feir i am not a timid Man and attached but Little importance to his threat. I thought it simply the bluster of a self Defeated and disgraced rival. Soon after Angelinc and i were married and As the Story books say a lived Happy Ever Alt a so much by Way of introduction now to my Story had been married a Little Over two years. During that time i heard nothing of a some s. His sentence had been a comparatively Light one a year and six months. After his discharge from prison i neither saw nor heard of him. For so Young a Man i had been very successful As a physician. Perhaps my Success was due to my strict attention to House 100 years from now to be by him j practice. No matter How late or dark Honor a false lower even though he be Tuere was then in this House a picture j of it ened and the contents taken therefrom. And Stormy might to the night. I ill come to forget Hart j of Evelyn Marston somewhere the face by this Means mrs Deihm expects to se-1 promptly attended to every summons to so fatal to me smiled Down from the Walls. How 1 had longed to look upon much More Beautiful than you but his private apartment on which no stranger s eve might look perhaps he Wai her hone Ger s Eye mini look 7 recaps no was la. I Ess Lover perhaps the accepted one Slu soon would wed. Room. I followed her Down the Broa Hall striving to still he emotion that Lia i so distracted me. Suddenly she turned and pointed to a door. A that is Phiip a parlor a she whispered a if Biily dared go a cad you will Whitney to smile at his perfidy. There Are a he paused abruptly dropping the theme. A my views do not matter a i would never have known his voice for Philip Barringer a it grew so soft and lows a believe me i never meant to Tell you. I have acted to Day from an impulse i can not too much regret because to you i must always be the Bird of Ili Omen coming Only to cause you he left no room for Uin it wer. Swiftly i heard his footsteps receding from me forever l thought grateful y. Philip Barringer was right he was a Bird of ill o Omen bringing Only pain to me. It was a Relief to have him drop out of my 1 Ife. T would forget Hart Whitney i would come to smile at his pc indy. Philip Barringer was a poor Prophet that might be. Nevertheless i pondered not to me but to the fair girl in the India belonged the sanctifying memories the heritage of tears. And so i brought the letters the dark lock the miniature upon which i dared not look and i made of them a funeral life watching with stoic countenance till it dwindled Down to Ash. And so gladly i would have buried memory but in vain my love for Hart Whitney had been too Strong too abiding to die with his perfidy and though daily my Faith grew in Philip bar ringers Story it was but of wound deeper the poor heart unto which love was doubly dead. As usual Many a falsity wrought its work 1 grew sceptical distrustful there was henceforth no truth 110 Beauty in life for me. Moreover there was dissatisfaction i had lost a woman a Hopes a woman a Mission. Tiie still life of womanhood lost its Charm for me. I must have work action what it mattered Little so i was saved from Torpi Dity. In various ways i sought it but Fate seemed contrary there was no opening for me. So i pondered wearily one morning As i unfolded the county paper when suddenly my eyes met an advertisement. 11 i t add pairs. Ethbert Tii Orne desires a governess. Box 23, i had grasped vainly after similar straws but this time my application proved successful and a week later found me whirling away to Tho Distant the picture Well one of the Many 1 had cure a paragraph or two which shall go the bedside of suffering. The rounds of the press of 1971. If this one night a Little before the hour of Here what riches i would have sacrificed i plan fails then there is us slut by no retiring the door Bell rang and shortly at this moment to see her painted self telling what the enterprising woman alter a Man entered the room where of so Var like m As this then the surer plan would be to fill a Case with key to Hart Whitney a perfidy was it but a fairer copy that had won his fickle heart what did Evelyn Mars on on Philip Barringer a Walls a Queen enthroned in wont do next. It seems to us that a j were sitting. He was not repossessing. Dynamite and Send it to Sherman or key to be opened say at the next Cabinet meeting. A family it veil by a cat Rochester Democrat last 8aturdiy Hiram la oxbridge and wife of this i a went to it Webster to spend the Sabbin with their son in Law. It j. H. Van Antwerp. The family and i was roused by a baht Dougli on my j to Weir servants sat up quite late and it shoulder mis. Ethet Home was finally Vyas Fer the Midnight hour when All re a at to the by Joss so la big delayed. A tired. About,3 of clock in the Mornini join ill teach the children of course my dear. Twill take you to my study or. Van Antwerp was aroused by a it the his hair was Short and thick and the general cast of his features villainous. 11 e evidently belonged to that variety of fowl known As the jail Bird. Nevertheless without hesitation. Nut on my t 1 a coat and hat and prepared to go with him. A a gentleman a he said a has broken his i thought it a pity that if he wore in any Way like his messenger lie Hadnot broken Nis neck. I did not Tell my wife a narc 1 was going for it was a Distant part of toe town and in anything but a Little attention to the noise As soon As he t t c. A., ascertained the cause and fell asleep. I Gate but a Fui live glance at it it shortly after 4 of clock however he was from that moment 1 ii auntie me. I Ady fax a awakened in the same manner and As i passed Amy pulse nine melt even was terrified on discovering that the let cell Nus went it it. Lomnic than whole House even the room in which he 1 had a no t to see Evelyn Marston to loud mewing of a cat that Lias been a pet he Pec table neigh Orihood. 1 Aid not wish of the family for Many years. In fact to Mae tile Wynan nervous. A Upu so seemed Dis Urb Ltd and on our Way my Leml the jail Biro contrary to All previous conduit t on her Quot a us very uncommon,, answering part made quit a a a Racket at the Chain my inquiries about too injured Man in her door. Air. Van Antwerp paid but url it monosyllables lie was apparently 111 no Libaste to. He walked very slowly More slow a 1 thought than was consistent with tao of my patient. Know How fair she a ? three months and this longing had become a mania with difficulty suppressed. Thrice i had stood by the wooden Cerl it Erus with my hand upon the Knob. Shame h the Ito had deterred me but the time had come to see Evelyn Marston even at the risk of Hame. So i decided one Day in autumn when Opportunity seemed rip children Philip Barringer had just vanished Down the Roadway All s. Ethbert Tii Orne was dozing sweetly sunny Hank was mute. O t a the time Luid come. A would steal in look upon the face that had won my Lover and he forever satisfied. With beating heart t crept Down the hallway with Hus lie it breath crept in. It were easy finding Evelvn Larston a 1 a f there was but one picture 011 the Walls. In the far Corner i descried it with strained eyes hurrying Onward looking up finally to see to look again and for the face before me was not St i i i was sle Ping was wrap died in flames. He awoke his wife jumped from the window with difficulty got the badly fright a d Imit from the proximity of tin flames and then gave the alarm to air. La oxbridge and wife and other members of the House hold in Timo for them to save themselves. At last arrived at our destination. It was a very dark looking House in a very dark Ottlo str t. Any guide led me up two flights of id cations to that creaked l Knprr . New Orleans i Lavinio the residence of or. Douglass West last monday evening was made Brilliant by a novel Assembly of Beautied Chi i Dren decked in tissue paper Cost times Vous Ami Hugh cd our. That challenged the and initiation of his the last action of my guide his numerous guests and 1 Riend. Pm cos Ness on our was As to the Hoalt fumes were As b Auu Ful As the hues of Butterfly wings and Oil Rivaldo the Silks of Marseilles or the satins of Japan. There was Beautiful Janet dressed As a s Aliss Eirien Vaught was a i Ted from themis he dressed in Blu and who e ribbed papera la a Prinsesse with turbaned paper Cap miss a Nellie a s in Pink and Wiliie lace i it t o 10 Evelyn Marston a but my own mine As it Hud looked in the old girl Days when Hart Whitney went away. There was no mistake. I remembered tipped the yellow and Pink tissue paper fringe representing a Scarna Ion Kate t n was Beautiful in Pink tissue and the two Mises to were elegantly dressed Rosalie not a Rainbow on Emmons to our weight upon them. In the third Story stopped b fore a door which to my Surprise my companion opened with a Widen lie took from his pocket. Was he afraid that a Man with a broken leg would escape i was still More surprised when on entering the room i found it empty 1 he motioned Meto a chair an i remarking he would soon return left Tho room. For tin first time 1 was somewhat Ner the empty room careless filth of the supposed in juice Man the lonely House and neighbourhood All combined to make me suspect foul play. I stepped to the door Only to find it to the window Only to find escape inem Sciole there. It want Many feet from the Grund. Any suspicions were now certainties. Objections to it. 1 bad almost Given up scheming in despair and concluded to adopt some hopelessly desperate measure when i thought of the contents of a o a it talc i had in my pocket. In scarch g me the ruffians had not disturbed it thinking in. Of no importune. It contained chloroform. I also bad a sponge in my pocket. In a moment i had re solved what to do. Drawing the bottle from my pocket i soaked the sponge thoroughly with its contents. Slowly painfully 1 could hear my heart heat with All the caution that a Man uses when his life May depend on the so Igi test noise i stopped to the Side of the nearest Ruffian. I placed the saturated sponge to his nose. 1 saw him quickly yield to the influence of the vapor. From Man to Man i stopped. One by one they were made senseless and helpless. The Man at the door was last. I Drew him away first securing my watch and pocketbook. I also found in his pos gets Sion a Blackjack which i took the Liberty of appropriating. Then opening the door i stepped into the Hall. I still moved about cautiously feeling that All danger was not past. 1 thought there might lie a watcher there but to my Relief i saw no one. 1 descended the first Light of stairs and reached the Leeond Story in safety. 1 had gone half Way Down the second flight. My heart stood still for i Hoard some one enter below then in the muttered oath 1 recognized s in Erst voice. I crouched Down upon the Stair next the Wall hoping he might pass me. Ful us to came up his hand brushed my face. In a moment he had me by the Throat. I knew him to be by far the most powerful Man and it not a time for scruples. Lueky it being so dark lie could not Sec the action i raised the Blackjack a i bad held it since i left the room and brought it Down heavily upon his Skull. Ii is band left my Throat and a lifeless mass rolled Down the stairs i found him at the foot quite still. I made Good my escape not stopping to see it i had killed him. T do not know to this Day whether lie is living or dead. I never saw nor heard of him again. When i arrived Home i found a very frightened liitle woman but 1 did not Tell her till Long afterwards the history of that night. I have never since been in such a fix and if discretion Anda reasonable Supply of cow Virdice can prevent it never will be in the future. There Are four file works in St. Louis who Fth together employ on an average some Ixta hands. The Tenn quarries near Avondale it Hester county ia., have been bought lev a Philadelphia firm for $15,000. Klein Logan a co., of Pittsburg have received an order from South America for six thousand picks and shovels. The Norway Iron works of Naylor a a a it at South Boston mass., now give employment to four Hundred a .<1 fifty men double turn. The Parryville Carbon county a Iron works has started up. The Furnace is run on pig Iron which is converted y into East Iron pipes. I kingdom wherein i was to Rule it was at the close of a Dull drizzly Day that i reached Wabash. Drearily enough i stepped upon the platform and stood in the dim Light waiting to be recognized. brother will meet you a had written airs. Ethbert 1 borne. What would be be like what would be my first impressions of the household of Sui Iii Bank 1 Given him one i had wondered not to a find among the articles Philip Barringer brought Back to me. Much More Beautiful but of so very like one mystery was solved. But one. What was it doing Here i could Only stand with Giddy brain repeating the Quiston and staring at my my painted face. How Long i know it was All a dream till 1 and audio As Bluebell. Kretiv Little a a it die Murdock who was kind enough to invite the Picayune to her a a la Ancypa or Ter cd. Dress Ball a wore a costume of Mitis tue paper flounced from the Waist to the Knees. A Dainty Alpine hat towered above her childish brow and she looked like a fairy shepherdess loading her pretty flocks to pastures of of Aud cake. I was trap kid. None of my friends not even my wife knew where i was. I might be Mur died in this Den and my death remain a . I suppose i tt.?d an hour before i heard the a v my in tin door. Then 7 to my dismay half a dozen men in a or Inross sliding to n Hill i truth. Here is an extract of a letter from a Canada which gives an account of tobogganing a toe governor general tried his hand at it and a bit of Bis coat got Loose somehow under the Toboggan which is always fatal. Over he went in the seen Esi part of the second plunge but Luc ily the Snow was to soft to Hurt. Then lie i a of it into his head to try going Down a Shorter Hill with a jump right Lull to the skating rink. We tried hard i to dissuade him for if persons Are shot j a to is a Oil with such an impetus 011, the ice is a Verv differ in Landing from the soft Snow Ana knew what would happen if the i Princess caught sight of him. Ii waver off 1m went Hie Toboggan Rose straight in the Snow like a horse does at a a Nee shut 011 to the ice and right across the rink All Safe. Chase s Woolen Mills at York ale., which remained Idle for about six months Are immediately to a tart up with an increased number of hands. The messes. B Bumgartner of Lancaster pa., have contracted to introduce a new process of manufacturing Gas into Paris and cities of Hungary Austria and i Talv. I he Soho and the Keystone Alief of Pittsburg Are running triple turn in their puddling departments fifteen beats per Dav being made at the former and twelve at the latter. The Union saw works Toledo Bavo orders Oil their books for Twenty Largo a it circular saws. They Are running two Leo hours a Day and can not keep up with their order the Lehigh car works at Stem ton pa., have just completed an order for five Hundred freight ears for the Erie Road. A. 4 and closed a contract for an additional live Hundred. It is stated that two men have formed a partnership for the Coal business at Ltd Rove port it Hiow one owns the cart and the other the horse to cd Duvet pickings from the Railroad. The messes. Jones of Middlesborough England have erected special machinery for the manufacture of steel nails which they Odieve arc destined to drive Iron nails entirely out of the Market. In the robing Mills of Pennsylvania there Are Twenty one Hundred und eighty seven puddling furnaces and in the rolling Tui 1 is of the whole coir Irv there arc forty four Hundred and sixty three. The ale Rimac hat factory at Amherst mass., is running extra hours. It is Toh hat factory in the a state turning 01.1t three Hundred dozen a Day. The Carriage and boat business is also doing Well. The s Ico water Power machine shop at Biddeford me., for the first time in live years has a contract on hand of sufficient magnitude to necessitate the Eui o Phat Vingut of a Lull Force of five Hundred workmen. The Burgess steel and Iron company porn Nouli Ohio Are running the plow steel department of the works on full time often on double turn. They have orders on their books to run them for some weeks. Hourly i tried dunns u Trabuco. F Portland Oregon inn airs. Owei Shigle who lives about five or six Miles Southwest of this City was taken violently ill several Days ago and in a Short time died to All appearances. The friends and relatives were convinced that the lady was dead and preparations Wir it made for the interment of the re the body was dressed for burial and placed in a coffin. The friends began to collect at the residence of the bereaved family. Suddenly a slight moan was heard to Issue from the Colliu in which the body had but recently been placed. This greatly startled the neighbors and the people were about to Rush from the room when the husband of the lady apr the by this time up came the Princess who coffin and was astonished to find the a had hoped was Safe at the Bottom of let olt by moist and warm. A closer Examina the big slide and to of Busy hauling up Tion disclosed the fact that the woman a then several gentlemen followed him. Of course was dreaming. Restoratives were applied and the sup hired dead came Back to life and soon was Able to sit up and when nature made the jail Bird who Lead led me into this trap she did not break the Mold. To nest gentlemen were of the same Ern. Ail wore the same hang dog murderous look. One of them sugar a Unis Nijst the in the room which had not it was ail a a Ream Rin 1 saw a i had not Long to speculate for pros Shadow in the sunlight and Philip Barringer. I had but Little thought for him Little wonder for the look lie wore. 1 Only my wraps were taken from Iii i was conscious of a tall Man beside me speaking words which the wild shriek of the circumstances of my presence even engine sunk into nothingness. Then j were nothing now i knew but the pres i Arm offered no were tin Carriage stood. W As l it u aiming Lead i seen a vision in the dip Light tired the Carriage mechanically made and went ent mystery and he could enlighten me. A a what a eagerly i began the query but he an mechanically i end Lic pitted it. A i know your question. I saw this room for the one who was to follow me. 1 face in the indies i dreamed of it Day but the figure without did not enter the door closed and a Crisp voice said a drive on Peters 1 will this time tale was no mis there was but on such voice in my memory and that was Philip Barringer a. Or a my brother will ii get you a bad written airs. I Hbert i Horr. Am ii Vic on his estates a she hat previously explained. This then a Philip bar i log ctr sister and 1 was Goyim to his with the Man whom i Lino rejoiced a it and night. When Hart Whitney did i kept this picture As one unlikely to 1h i was Only dreaming then but with presence came realization a passion quickie killed but a passion unto death. Hopeless but i would Hope should you know Hart Whitney a perfidy you would Surel then forget him in time a o he paused As his voice sunk to the soft cadence of that Oiler Day. A i told you and what fruit you doubted me you might come to Hato me j must drop out of your life. Fate has brought us again together but 1 have been burning Low. With hardly a glance amur rings sit is �v8.�i�n ites Niile a at me they took s upon the floor and san Francisco chronicle. I begun to play cards. Matthew Crooks one of the Pioneer soon the door again opened and in residents of san Francisco and prom other Man entered. I hardly had a intently known from his wealth and enter Hope As i looked at him for i saw prise died at 7 a. 111. Yesterday at his the exulting face of my enemy Dick residence at the age of <�7 years. De a Somers ceased was a native of Cookstown coun i at a glance he saw i recognized him. To of Tyrone Ireland. He emigrated to with a malicious Leer he stepped for this country in Early life and was in Ward and quoting his own words of two aged in business some eight or ten years years before he said in new Orleans. On the breaking out j a you have ruined my love and my life of the Gold discovery excitement lie came remember that and fear me a to California arriving Here in 1849. He a a isomers a i said re for my life i could leaves an estate valued at about $1,000,- not have called him or. Somers a a a 000, including the new chinese theatre know that you have trapped me Here for and Joss House on Washington Street and other valuable property. He was a Man possessed of great business sagacity an indomitable will Strong opinions sound b a f. Ii a a _ a it a a v a _ w., r i a b the pure it Ose of revenging yourself upon in. But remember sir that i have friends remember Law and Justice a a i tear he answered. A Are judgment and an irreproachable Sharac Venge on Vou is dearer to me than life liri1c1 i it a i 1 a eee dropping trom my life for was never forgotten this my sole Hope now 00 i died to pass months in tilt Ruiru Rcv is that you will let me keep this picture t i mis tvs 1 Jit .11 til. S i file Hud a Dereu Vii will not Tel i it i Iii it Inri Ter. W Hen it became evident on sunday that his end was near air. Crooks expressed a desire to witness the nuptials a of his daughter and Edward Barron which had been set for some future time and in accordance with Bis wish the marriage took place at four p. M. On a sunday last in the chamber of the dying a and rational a i must abide. Me. Hat you will 1101 take it away from it a. And though for me the bottomless pit were yawning i would have at his command the ruffians searched me. One of them who appeared to be a kind of treasurer for the gang secured my watch and pocket Book. Then they tied me with Stout ropes Toa chair. Somers did not address me again pm iter Toboggan to notice us. Nothing would suit her but she must trait that instant herself so All that could be done was to level the Snow Bank a lit-1 Converse. The so As to make the Toboggan jump a Little less violently and put one to catch i leading Lor her . Her on the other Side and off she wen1.1 to Gay Titu. Luckily she kept the Toboggan quite j there is a romantic sequel to the re Sirai uht and sat like a Rock so she spun a cent Samotis trial at Llo nesdale a. Across right to the Curling ring where 1 a ilium a. Layers the Young Man tried 1 lit Long Stop As he was christened Quot Ith e. B. Hollister George Burns and caught and broke Hershock which might Fanny \ an Gorder on the charge of otherwise have damaged the Toboggan. J being a party to the masked burglary at Sim is wonderfully plucky but his Excel t. A. Bakery a House in ii Liisu Rvivle last Lency would 1101 let her try it any Inore i nov Ember and who was unexpectedly a you have 110 notion How popular the j convicted of the crime with Ati is \ an i frinless is. Ishemal his excellency and a lorder was the Only one of the tour who her ladies go out on a Snow tramp 0111 could not at the time furnish sufficient j sunday afternoon and she has invented bail to obtain his release until next term such a pretty walking costume. It is a of court. But he has at la it a Tokuda j dark Blanket coat with Lynx it lined and Bondsman. Layers and Aliss Van Gorder it i cd with red red Sash round Waist and j Are lovers. A Petticoat to a match and the gentlemen j alter their conviction under i ice Wear a dress something like it Only with stances already published she was re out the Pett a i leased pending arguments for a new trial her counsel becoming her surety. Hollis a the Falcon Iron and Nail company at Ter also found bail. Layers father offered Niles Liaf 150 men at work. The. To a pledge All his property to it secure his want Iron rolling Mill gives work ones release but the court considered it insufficient. I Ai Yursi went i to jail. Miss Van Gordert a father is a Well to do Farmer in Holli Torville. She went Homo. Man. The ceremony was performed by sat upon the floor and began gambling Rev. Father speckles. 1 with the rest. To about Ico persons. The Carter machine shop is running steadily giving pm ii Lyme us to about fifty workmen. Tim Niles a ton company has received an order for 400 tons of Sheet Iron for roofing purposes. The a Tori Mill operated by l. B. W Ard gives work at present to about 150 persons. The Dayton nut and Bolt works in Newport ivy., Are in full operation. 1 about one Hundred men Art employed. And pleaded her lovers Case with her father and finally induced him to become Security for layers a a get France Alt court. Myers has accordingly been re leased from jail 011 All. Van goal Era a the motion for a new trial for j Myers and miss Van Gor Ier is to be a o died at a special term of you. 8 next 1 month. In old

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