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F.A. ROUTHIER, U^PftNTRAPTftR
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DAILYAND WEEKLY.^Wednesday, December vj, 1882.
WaWCIUQTOWi!)^'^^. MMVMM*^tative I'uyKon, M Illinois, a iiieiiilier of^the Iioum^* MMUDlttM on judiciary,who^hM (aken ft v^tv iiHivi- part in the^matter of Iuiim-i1 land ftMUt, and who^ha- AMMNa himself in favor of forfeit^^ing all unearned lands, is devoting^the holiday recess in mlMtfag uddl- '^tional dt'tailx hearing on tlie sulijeet.^At the department of the interior^to-day he uHeertaineil that the Oregon '^Central road has constructed hut very f^few miles of road, and it con^^trols upwards of one and one-half^millions of acres of land helween Port^^land and Astoria upoliuhich settlers^are very desirous of entering. With a^view of throwing this land open to ^^settlement, under the homestead law,^I'ayson has prepared a resolution de^^claring the same forfeited, and hopes^to have it acted upon hy the^house Judiciary committee at the next^meeting. In conversation Unlity on 1^the general question of forfeiture of^land grants, I'ayson said the iudica- ,^lions were quite favorahle for the eon-j^sidtration of the Hiihjftct in the house '^tefcire the adjournment of the mtwior. !^Corrmiissiotier Price is quite indignant^at the stories to the effect that lie is^interested in the transportation of sup^^plies to Pine Hidge agency. He nay*^no relative of Ins is connected with^such transportation.
SIKM 1) HIM 1CIGHT.
Uniontown,Pa., Dw, 28.^It is re-^jiorted that the cause of the shooting^of Cap. Nutt, hy Hon. N. L, Duke,^was the refusal of the latter to marry^Null's daughter, after having ruined^her. The atl'air lias created a profoond^sensation and If the theme of conver^^sation. Mciiihcrs of the har ol r*^^-^ette county met (his morning and^passed a resolution of condolence. The^funeral of Cap. Nutt took place at 1^o'clock p. m., and was attended hy a^company of the loth regiment, inem-^liersof the har, grand army, and Ma^^sonic fraternity, who had charge of the^I hi rial exercises. The hanks and all^places of hiisincss were closed. The^condition of Mrs. Nutt is regarded as^critical, and urmt fears are entertained^for her daughter.
PnTMKJMO,Pa.. Di-c. '_fi.^A later^dispatch says: ^Intense feeling against^Dukes has develo|sd within the last^twenty-four hours, it heing pretty^clearly shown that lie lias M heg-^ging off for some time, and had pro-^' po-ed a meeting at the hotel on Sun-^1 day for a settlement of the difficulty.^. No marks of violcneeare visilde on ids^person, while Nutt had cuts and^. hruiscs on face and arms. It is quietly^I hinted that there isa pr^*pevt of citi-^! /.ens taking the law into tfcrir own^1 hands.
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