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( "Ninth Sule)
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iub of tw-ntv to fame Post office 'JO.O)
fia-rCiuh rates .!o not apply t' tie: city
of Ste. (ii-ii'iviun.-.
Ttvciitjftli Jiidial Circuit.
ircuit Jii'lge Wm. ("Arlor.
I inuit Attorney It. U. Cnhoon.
Counties compri-ing tin- Circuit, and
times of hoMing Court therein :
Holimgcr -d -Mondays ill .March ana
-1th Mundius in March and
i'erry 3d Mondays in April and Octo
ber. Ste. (Sencticve 1st Monday 4 in May and
-:td Mondnvs in May and
SIp. Crne-rific liuiiilj onilal.
Kepn-M-nlativc A. F. It "ltraini.
Circuit Clerk Ji-e Itautiian.
County " John L. Hogy.
sIi.t-iI Itobt C. Mnliiii.
Coimtv oiirt .MHtiei- A. . .len -
till g-, ili'.n . (.illicit, and Herman I.i'lie.
I 'oiintv Attorney .1 It Robbii.s.
Trcm-jr. r L. Itert Vnllu.
C.unty Mirveyor-It C.Amoreati.
n.l.i:.. a.1. ir-i. f ,ii own!
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Ste. i--neieye County ('oiirt met l cn
the third .Mondays in January. April and
July, mid lir-t .Monday in Mober.
Justice of the I'eace Court, second Satur
day in each month.
1 lltMIN A.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orrici: i. Cam; Kfii.nixn.
Sio. "i'in-vieve. .Mo.
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Ztl.AI. I.M .11 K .t.K.l .
'ni'aiit-tTand olarj I'liblir.
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V.'ill promptly and faithfully attend to all
bu-ine-, entrii"tiid to him. and will b-in-
vi-ted by Mesiro. Hobui.-'Oi T ( lardy in all
i in tiit and Supreme t oiirt dues.
77' Collection- ii'::d'-a -perialit.
1. J. .1IOUK.ll',
A ( tornoy at Law,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
()ll'u-e oppo-ile ,iani X- Cov,
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Jo. I'. KomssoV,
Makt. L. Ci.akhv;
ROBINSON & CLARDY,
jrt-f" is "j1 la yjy
!a all t!ti- Courts ef the -Jinh .ludi. i-il
Circuit an 1 in the ." uireine Court. M
IJeal IMatc .1 srt-ii I,
Ste. (ieiievieve, - - - - Mi--ouri.
IMt. V. S. llKltTICll,
Phv.sician 1 Suru'eon,
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( lias. i". Car ov. l. II.,
PHYSICIAN. SCKUKON AND
.MTOl ClII'.t K.
Market Street. Oppo-ite Court Ilou-e.
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IK. J. IV. lilt 111.-tl.
Reside nt Dentist.
stk. ii:M:vti:K. mo..
( )iRee and re-ideueeoti Main -treet.
e;i-,m-ite 1". C. Koricr ."c ?iiu' Store.
lo-er-. Uv pernii ion. to Dr. Her
tieh. " i.v
ii . kii:iiif:n
fcii aai Hair-Dressing; Saloon,
Cupping. Bleeding and Leeching, and
Ma-rnetie ltirt.-n-i-f,.e tl,...,,r.,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco for sale.
CouiBiission & Fon arSing Merchant,
ste. C.encvievc L.mding. Me..
The Two Knights.
tlV II. KlisTKIl.
Two ftaluitrt knight-, in armor br'glit,
Hide forth on errand lieu
One wc-irs 11 cret of snowy white,
And one of Mible. hut-.
For this llieirking had sent tliein forth:
"Vv'ho bringeth back to me
TIic noblest tc-t of knightly worth,
Shall rich and honored
The fable knight int- the wet
Urged his tiery Jtit-d,
While to the east the snowy crest
Is si en tii move with speed.
And hard they ride, and far and wide.
Like warriors brave an leal,
Eaih longing, with a true knigl't's pride.
To see his to-Mii-m's steel.
' .mm now, on me appoir.tnl day,
They stand before the kin;;.
! K.n-h at his monarch's feet to lay
j His chosen ottering.
j,jrst rJ(. . ,
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"I, km;;, accept this i;-dd--ii crest,
This armor rich and -in v..
'I 'tripped it from, a valiant 'wight,
Thy suorn ami deadly foe;
And Ion;; and bloody vaa the tyht,
Itefore I laid him low.
"At length he bowed hi reil crest,
Ne'er bowed before, wis;
Who brineth tin e a ni.bler t---t
Of knightly worth than this!''
Then spake the snowy -crested knight:
"O king, tnv ord are few;
I bring no armor gleaming bribtj
No ilume of golden hue.
"I found my en'my sii k and sore,
Far in a desert laud ;
I bathed hi- woiinJ, ami him I bore
Hack to his n.'.tive it rani.
"'"d he hath worn by yonder sun,
To honor thee, O king.
This is tlie victory I bate won,
And tllU j)r-iz(J j brinK '
A shoute of joy the welkin range,
,s tl, tlu white plumed knight,
The king, with gracious smile, extends
A crown with jewch blight.
To one how rich, to fro bow vain,
The fruitage of the strife;
This can but boast a brother slain,
The other's saved a life.
W! nil are knights of Heaven'- great King.
To battle a we nviy ;
Ar.d 'tis our noblest otlering
: To save, and not to slay.
"Ten thousand dollars Reward for
iufoi-mation that will lead to the ar
rest of John .Nicholson, who mur-j
dered Anna Crosbie by throwing her
from a lerryboat on the evening of ,
April f, and e.-caped in tho crowd at ,
I1 ',. . . , . . ;
the landing. He is six feet in height,
large frame, iias blue eyes and dark-:
brown curling hair, fresh complex
ion, and a deep bear on tho left
Ii: a small, close room, where fur
niture and every Mirrounilin" showed "At last Uharlie came, htrong uiey were aooui u, iue u.iu '' xiie words were alreadv spykrn iht ferrence is, lie was Ktlicu ny a pas
t ra.-es of s.p.alfid poverty, a woman j then, your mother openly deicd John one month longer.-' ' j f iSJyl ilS ,rai"-
poorly dre.-cd, and bearing the j Nicholson, threatening him with, Again ho read tho advertisement "".,," Vai.e'the guc-ts mid n-cciC.-d 1 A "pccial from Butlers, Pa., states
mark-; of recent -severe illne-i-i w-i- Charlev's vcngeiice if he annoyed hor crirefullv, and then fbhihig the paper, tlieir -!igratiilaiioii. .Si-venil hud that a man named Jas, Dowry, sev
ivading the above advertisement, rurther. She was rett.rning to New he threw it iiito an ojH,n trunk, 3 InlSU.
ol I :. I :! iii-L- le.oo iteo.iL'Ivii ivliol-o slio nl,,f.l. Iio .-loil ilol lnel.'.-il rl lll-t I I..- .... tum.o-il ,v. viii Ill .r
.wirauauu-iiiMumfi, ii uicic
was home facination in the lines.
spite of her pale cheeks, hollow eyes lerryboat, she encountered John which occupied time aud thought till ..j . ,.,. , w j,,.,-,. ii. bridegroom men named Wed end Korr, were ar
and mean dress, she was a hand-ome I Nicholson. Ho told her then that if dusk. Dinner was the next consid-'-tood. pile as death, but calm and ( rested on suspicion.
woman, of a coarse typo of beauty, she would not promise to bo his wife eration. and cnliiiig a carriage when ''J.'i'jlt Vmi. .loltn Xit-lml-oii A man named Henry ffljcktie-,
with re'u!ar features, a great profit- she should never return home alive, ' that was over, he drove to the door 1 ut here'tln- bride fainted, and a from Waukogun, III., recently jumped-
9 . . . - . i it., i.l ii.l.orileiliti e.illt'lliill fill- IV... ...ittb. ttsim nn ttio Afplliaflfl.
vi'iti nfrif-h nilmrii li-iir -md lnr-.
sun oi ritn aiiuorn mur, .inu urge ,
eyes of the redish brown that often
cyCS Ot tne reillSll OrOWIl ttial OUCH
accompanies it. Very thin and very '
pale, she was gracefully formed, and '
carried lier forty years as it they
numbered many years less. She
was still poring over the paper, when
a light touch on her shoulger roused
her, and looking up, she smiled lov
ingly upon a young sailer who had
it entered the room.a handsome,
bright lad of twenty-one or two.
1 wonderfully like her in tho face.
"What are you studying ':" he
"Tho reward offered for the appre
hension of your mother's murderer,"
the woman answered slowly.
"The scoundrel !" was the answer,
"Charlie Crosbie," said the woman,
-ou and I must hang that scoundrel
and get this money."
5,lt ' "
"Listen to me. Your mother wa
mv twin-sister : Sha 1 te v.muI... '
.- V ..
sii.ii ; iuu ncut iu ?va lieu vou
were ten years old, ran away from
home. Why ?''
"You know why.
You know I
' was kicked, beaten and starved bv
my father, in spite of ray mother's
J ' 1 .. J
tears and prayers."
"I know. Drink made a demon of
I'aul Crosbie, but who made him
drink ? who turned him from an hon-
et sober hardworking man into i
est, sooir, naraworking man into a
drunken, gambling loafer? from a
loving husband and father to a tyrant
why abused bis wife and children,
frriltlrallj Indedenent-Open to all l'arllcs-ControHed by Xone.
STE. GENEVIEVE. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. 1872.
; till three little ones died of cold and
starvation, and tin: oldest bov, the
mother' pride and idol, ran away
and wa gone tcil years, and she
. I I. 1 C I - l Ml
inaiiKL-ii neaven ior m- rciea-e :
"nnowa-.it; a-ked the young
, man, grinding hi teeth toguther.
, '-John Nichol-ou !
' "You have more to tell me." j
'1 have. Years ago, when vour
mother wa, a young country girl, a
helle in her village, she was courted
I by John .Nicholson and Paul Cro-bie,
. one a manly, honorable voting farmer,
! the other, even then, a ne'er-do-well,
; who lived, nobody koew how, hang-
jing about the tavern, and seldom
! earning an honet penny. Anna
1 married 1'aul Cro?bie, loving him
i well ; and John Nicholson wore to
ii'O rcvejifea upon tliem Imtli. Jle
1 pretended to be your father's friend, antly furui-hed room, andas he read, Vava-our stepped lightly from I he received in a row with a lot of ne
, coaxing him toell his farm and como he smiled a bitter Miiile. cari iage. and held out his" lmnd to a- grocs a day or two previous.
to the city, leading him from idle-
j ness to drunkenness, to gambling and
. e i . i
rtyttng for fourteen long, weary
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years. J-inally, -n a drunlcen brawl,
I in a low drinkiii'' house, vour father
I was killed. Whoever struck
blow, John Nicholson was his mur-
derer. Your mother, released from
the abuse of a drunken husband, tried who haunts small drinking houses, ( ". that the man ?" -said On-watch-to
earn a livelihood by her needle, lives upon his wits, and has no occu- er to the w.unai. on hi-ariii. I A (ierman porter of ColuSibrh,
, ,. , i .i . i i - i - - ii- "Ye-. I am -tire of it." w a-the re- Ohio, under the influence ol" lovei
It was a bitter struggle, and this patio.., unless drinking or gambling ,.lv. -Who i-I.eV" . I Ihpior or some other equally potent
man was her evil genious. He wan- can be called one; is well known to -lb- i- a wealthy Cuban, who ha- sttmiilaiit, committed suicido recently,
ted her to be his wife ahd tried to the police, and cannot long escape r,""- :,t ',",'1- :"'', i!" J" 'v ,y drown'ing himself in the Scioto'
i ' 4 iieit-rieil in-vl mi in I In ills- Ko--. J
j drive her to accept his offer, as a re-
tune from positive starvation. In or-
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slandered her in the stores wherashu
iiui iu ucL-oiiiiiisii iii iiuriiost; nu
was employed, and to the landlords
of the rooms she rented. He was an
accomplished villian, always well
dressed' with an insiiiating manner
and a handsome face: could drink
deeply without getting drunk ; gam-
bled with siitlicicnt success to keep
his pockets well tilled, and was more
easily believed than the forlorn wo-
man who contradicted his vile stories,
Once your mother hid from him for
five years, but he fouud her out, aud '
. renewed his persecutions. She
... . i
WOH,"J ,,ave ,iI,lltw, tll UXy but Ut!
knew her son would seek her there
tor than to risk losing asight of Char
lie when he came' homo.,'
mother!" said tho young
man, much affected.
' - '
taking home some work, when on the
ana when sue still rctuseu, lie heizeu
H-r the throat, choked her, and(
threw her orerboaad. It was after
'Usk a!Ml there wero not many pas-
.1 ... . 1- ;
sengers upon the boat.
l w:is ontne river, rowing ior e.-
said Charlie, hoarsely,
"when I heard a splash in tho water. ' :l parij;5a ; but she was cursed in be
Uoing quickly to the spot, I found rich, and she loved Algernon Va-
a woman struggling. 1 pulled her
:.. . 1 . i i . t. i i
mi uu;l- oiougnt uerasnure, aim
to my horror, found it was my own
dear mother. For weeks she lav" ill,
"Died I" interrupted the woman.
"Do you and I, Charles Crosbie, de
vote our lives to ths discovery and
punishment of the man who murdered
your father and your mother '
"We do I" was the solemn reply,
"From this hour John Nicholson has
upon his track one who will never
rest until he is found and arrested.
i leave mv seafariii'' fe. and
., T.. :ll 1...,, r..
ou. .vuiil i:iiij, neco uuusc: iui
me. When the little money 1 have
is gone. I can find some employment
that will enable me to give timo to
the pursuit of this villian. If he has
left Sew York, I will search other
''I think he will not leave Nsw
l0!k" He is an adept at disguise,
a"Jl,ri himself upon skill in thus
escaping UCtCCtion in several dishon-
transactions in which he has
been engaged. Your mother was fa-'
miliar with more than one of hi? dis
guises, and it may have been partlv
this fact which prompted her murder
when lie failed to secure her -ilenee
hv making her hi-:!.''
..jf litf al(0Vl. grtmtl(j, I w;n ,;m!
him! You can identifv him ?"
'In aiiv drc-e"
"Ten thour-and dollars reward for
information that will lead t 'hear-
re.-t of John Xicholson, who murder-
cd Anna Crosbio by throwing her
from a i'errvboitt on thC evenim: of
April o, and c.caped in the crowd at
the landing. lie Nix feet in height,
large flame, has blue eyes, dark)
brown curling hair, freh complexion, i
and a deep scar on the left cheek:"
The advurtii-ement was read by a,
, man lying upon a lounge in a luxuri-
"Ten thouMind dollars! That is a
tidy mini of money to pay for the
it ..... f
1 pleasure of litting a ropo coliar
, , ...
arouna a man s throat. 1 wonder if
anvhodv will fet that reward ! Here
U. , , - , . ,,.
ie are tho remarks of the intelliirent
editor, who informs a -urious public
that the said John is a low fellow,
II in ! ve! Annarent v
his chances to eecape hanuiti are
- ii i
. - w
As the fentleman snoke. he stretch-
( ed himself with a lazy yawn, and, ris-
' ing from the lounge, sauntered to a
looking-glass hanging above tho
j mantelpiece. Looking at his relleC-
tiou. he said ;
j "Algernon Vavasour, you aro a
goodlooking fellow hlalk hair, black
mustache and whiskers, clear though
dark complexion aristocratic feau-
tares. You have a lariro income from
your catates in Cuba, and in just one'
mouth from now yyu will ?ail fori
Europe, to spend a honey-moon with
, - u- i i x.
lh hwV Acl,, KS8'
promised to bo your wife in Octobor.
, , , ot AlKernon ava-nir ami iieien'
I wonder why the enterprising peo- ,.(( w:iJ :l u!,,,.,,;,, wedding. James Fitzsimmons, living at Cam
ple who havo ten thousand dollars to but the hou-e va cb 1 and lighted. I,,,,, (Jlijff Hock Island count, III.,
spend lo hang John Nicholson wait- ' ''Mai'mUom C1
(ed so long before oflering their ro-
ward? l?ut, by Jove! 1 wish, while
i u u i . i
,c commenced an elaborate toilet,
ot uis iair jiancte.
Xellio lloss was ono of the fair,
oillO Jioss as irao ui inu iui,
fragjlc women ,mrc !Vs lilies, who
socm fated to become the heart-bro-,'
jjc,, w;ves 0f villains.
Innocent as a
little child, gentle, religious and char-
,table she was a woman who would
made the house of a irood man
va;our. ghc had met h'.m at Sara-
tnija, and, before the season was
ovor n;3 w-,,,,,-,,0- manner, handsome
r.,,... ami aimareiitlv devoted love for
herself, had won her entire heart.
An orphan from childhood, complete
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miMre" of her large wealth, then-
ised to become Algernon Vavasour'-
wife. H.-r aunt and chaperon obedi-
, i .. i .i
ently coinmeticeil the iiurelm-e ami
mvi.aration ofhertrou-'-au. and h.-r
iviend- otlercd congraTuIation-. never
doubting; tin- wealth or high birth of
theari-tocratic-looknigCuban. 1 hey
e.e u..-,. ..-..o.
1.. ,1... . .. I...-, I. ..
e sea-on. her delicate. r-
of belle ot Saratoga., al-
ciniim- vi no- -c.i-.iii. lie. iiviu.1" .
tlioii-'h her retiriii" iimde-t manner-
..,,,. allowed her to take nrecedence
0f more asiirinr beat
-u-hen l-.-ri"ii Va
niiui .hpuimu u
ted himself to hi
nuet of choice e.
found her dre-td for the opera, her
- oft white laces and snowy clock
neignieiiiug tne cueci oi uer eA.iuisnc
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l ?iin i. nil rnn arp rAfinv. np s.lin.
V.r ,l,i svrn,-T,i,-A ;r -nrti lifinnif '
I have soured your favoritr CRt "
- rm a-i 1 1 fil fifACOII.
fiance, with a bo- teet of the woman who-e t.looit lie " r.1 I- .n: tr, rescne ;t
;oticsforhi, gift, he .believed to be upon hi-own hands. well Ch Wen t0 rue t
"You rememln-r it ':"
"Could 1 turret any tliimrtlmt would
pli u-e you '; You are like a divam.
N'eliie. in that white lace ilren ami
pearl-. You want only wino-."'
"You area llatterer." .-hean-u ere.l.
-milium and b!ii-hiug.
"I could net llntter you." he -aid.
A'.'A lie -poke troiii hi- heart. "You
will lie oil- t'ii-irilT-i,i .i,,.f..l V..li:..
w-hat ..,, ' ..,..': ,. ' , tt ;
!.rin int.. fr.-'h life. Mine ha l.e.n
no aiig-l"s. liie. luu with vou I could
nut harbor an evil wi-h or thought.'
"You alum-t icrrii'v me." -he -aid.
grin eh. "I Mould fear my own named James Henry Fitch, at Evans
heart if 1 could jii lil o poMerful an ville, lud.
warmly cloaked?" lie
i- m :u !t! lo the carri-
I'nderthe brilliant lights in front
of the Academy of Mu-ie. Algernon
-' l'i betrothed to aluiht.
vine iiioiiiein; jiv ( io;ik na-
i.iitin- i ciiu i4i--n-f ii"i- ii.
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m-moment ! 1 he tu'.l glare ot the
tr. et lain)- -truck upon the man'-
lace a- lie -looil waiting;, liitheu-ii-
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with a oiled woiintu hanging upon
:" '"' 'l",U' A1-',' '","
ii... i. i... i ....... .iimiih'
H orn Jin-carriage. I obtained my in-1
loruiatiou trom one ot the hotel wai-
. , i
lei -. am-r on iiuu -uv m aicu iiu-
man. Ilis'nain.- i, Vava-oui Al-'er-
to watch the
nun ava-our. .n
-Ul'e Oil ai'l-
to make a,
not mi-takei! ':"
"I am sure."
"It would be terrible
ihere will be no mi-lake. Watch'
that man. Charlie: find out his wed-
ding-day. or In- may i--ape u then."
-llo 14 lli In iieirri.-il mi tin til-
teentli! and sail for Kuropi- on the
-ai lav : hi- Mate-room i- engaged
The lift eeiitb! Come home now.
1 must think."
lu the wide drawing-room of a su -
I perh inan-ion in New York'- an-lo-
, ertttie ''.i:l.borhood a gay company
i was a-cmbled to witne.-sthenui.tial-
,o -,,,od before the aged clergyman ;
i ie r egro on. ,.io,. . s........g.
the lirnle pale mil e.vijni-neiy lair,
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low ed, during whn-h the new Iy made
im-band wa carried away, in -pit.-of
ini-iuuiii :e ranininiwii. hi -iiii"i i
hi ";,;"1,;,:,t 'hvy ,
The "nest-retiivd. with the exeep-
."" r .. I ...1... J
tiuu f a fi-w intinn.t.. Yu mU, who
. , . r..,rii.. Cro-bie
came ha-tilv into the room where In-
i.iupanion in amateur deti-rtivi-liui-'
ie awaited him withfevcri-h impa-
Yoil'were right, he -aid
VJv.T.ir .tl.is. t.-M -Uock. tl I
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a.-iii clear.-.t in- complexion winner-
fully. 'ii hi-hair wa-cvidently dyed,
lb-ha- been fully identitieil hy some
ot hi- former companion-, and thi:
reward i mine, tie win ieaw...:
ork now. and never return to it.
-I mu-t .luhii Nicholson, once.
., the idea wa-too tirmly roote.l
to be ea-ilv eouil.ated.an.l in the. nor-
"ing Charlie ( ro-b.e obtained a pa-
for a friend ot .John Nichol-on - to
, .... -i- ,i.
-ji,.. woinaii entered the e.-M Ho-ely
veiled, but a- li- threw a-ide the
drapery from her face, the pri-oncr
warn in i" ci ui mi. .
-You have killed him mother. -ant
jj'.', JMit .,a--or . UII,i ,or a .joc-
v.. ii foive tilled him mother.
iriit doctor- could do nothing ! The
hnrniii'; wriiiiing con-, ui.-ioii hiiij ..-u-
.tea in tieai.-i. aim uie oui.i-ii..- mui-
a" pale-faced woman live- with
'her sou. a thriving farmer. They
..a. - r ....o,... ....
married, and grandmother, is the idol
of the children, but no one has ever
- . : , . i t- -i
.r.u,A ir.rirqn A 1- 3 RTinp I ell 1 IIUU
ir..n.. r. 1 rT nli.V Hint.
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.rt.r Wein ... in, .a-, oce.,.. .! ,.i .,,.. ni-Tin,, fe ;nto the
iiu-nr i ti rT- ill 1 1 1 r i rii r - auu aivi-.-viw
ITIsr jptf. (Brnftifif air Ing."
ItHir-t of .tdit-rtisitfi; :
One ..uare, tU word, one tnwttien...$!.iM
Kaoh sudscqiiont insertion
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Im ldents and Arrldeals.
Cool rroci-eding- An iceman elop
ing with a nice giil.
An unknown, well dresso.l (er
luan, about sixty years of age was
diowued in the river lately at Mil
waukee, Wis. I'apers indicate the
name of Kobertsien.
Thiiteen ''fPc-nicers wero struck
by lightning at Pruid Hall Park,
Baltimore. Md., recently, and several
of the ladies badly bruised.
The combined effects of whiskey,
morphine and the sun, recently oati:
ed the death of a steamboat engineer-
Fouryouhg men, while bathing at
IJockaway, N. J., a short time ago.
ventured beyond their depth, ami
Police Lieutenant, ('ritlin died in
I'hiladelnhh. recently, from iniuries
' One dav hvt week. lr. Mavnanl,
ollieml apotliecary of the Urook'yrl
navY-varu. uv iiiimzikc iuiik u iu h- ui
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tincture ol aconite instead Of ginger,
and died in a few hours.
I hrw I-errwiil orllilnlr llllfi-haVM
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1 ago from a fractured ckull which was
caused by a blow from a gun ia tho
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J. P. Turnwall, living in tho south-
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B-JUA H Willi s-l uiPirinn ti. v
drophobia, and died one day last week
in horrible agony,
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lew uays miicc a iraiu empioyeii
transporting a circus t-ompn-iy,
ran over a horse, near limn, Ulito.
The train was thrown from tho track,
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n,i nf ..; nttaclies seri-
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Michael Clark and Pel er Mealcv.
l.4tls noted in tho city of Hrothcrly
! Love, as rough and jirise-flghtem, be-
! came involved in n tici-Honal contro-
' vcrsv not lone: ana. Kach stabbed
other, and the city breathes easier
,(.alIM, ,'he indications aro that both
XXove, the nt dav Iv-
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, a venlict retunicd ot t-bokeil to
death by parties unknown. Two
'fonel-a and Hanta Fe road, about six
mi')JS ffl)m Au.,-won m,, to a small
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into it fa.e (Jownward, and wan
drowned, lhe water was not over
Two bighwaymsn went into the
office of Bices & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
.lav l,-.t ir...lr whiln tkfii merf
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oflr- One ot them seized a roll of bilU
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revolvers to tho workmen present,
escaped to the docK, where tnejr iook
a small boat in waiting, and rowed ttf
Cant. Terry of theCoIorado Stcan
Navgiation company lately shot dead
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and refused to pav ior ii. iorrj
;,i r.f and missed the Chinaman
tj,en tired, breakingTerry'B right arm,
,10 lattej then took his pistol in his-
eft hand and fired twice more befora
tne man was kimcu.
A few days since 3Ir. John Mat-
., resident of Hickory Grove
Chri.-ti-cn, took an old pump out of a
wrll. intendinir to clean the well and
nut in a new pump. Matthews star-
te,j for th nouse ior some arwcie,
an(J whileabsent onof bischiiaren,
safely out, but the foul air begau to
make bim dizzy, and a rope wa9 low-
erea to alm j.o.u
k;- Arn nnt. the rone broke
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