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TtA FAliIiAPIUM. RICHMOND WFKKI.T KHTAIILItnE 1831. rnuitsnAY, juke so, isoi. BICIDIOND DAILY PALJJ CITY COUNCIL. A LONG AND TIRESOME SESSION. Several Important Matters Brought Up. Some Taken Care of, Some Contin ed to Next Meeting. la- trans Council met last night and acted a L"ol deal of business Tbe report of the city commission ers in the matter of the proposed va cation or a pari or a certain alley fif teen feet in width which runs east and west from north third street to north second street, bein? the first alley immediately south of C street was received. It was recommended by the commis sioners that said alley be vacated and t-0 were assessed as ben fits vs. the C, R. &. M. railway, Mr. Dobbins called attention to tbe fact that the alley was already pos sessed by the C. R. A M. liailway company, which had built its freight depot across the alley and had so occupied the alley before any petition for vacation had been presented to council. tie maintained that the entire proceeding had been irregular up to the present time, and that if the report were adopted there would be litigation, lhe petition bad been presented after the company had preempted the alley, and the only aoiacent property owners, two in number, had remonstrated against tbe vacation, but that the cornmis noners had made a recommendation in accordance with the petition which was in bis opinion a violation of the statutes in that a city can not vacate an alley or street if any adjacent property owners objected. The citv attorney said there was no doubt that the C..R. & M. were trespassers, but he t nought the steps now taken were legal and would not result in anything o entangle tbe city. The report was auoptea oy a vote or J l to 3. lhe committee on streets and alleys were instructed to injure in to the purchase of a ttreet grader. Mr. Norris recommended that committee on streets and alleys look after the repair of intersection of - Waahiogton avenue and sixth streets. r'r. UuroQo thought there waa ' part c a -lS-uOat- ..w& the cross on it, over it.or crossways; the company had a foreclosure on all streets of Richmond but two, and could not be stopped from crossing the bridge. Mr. Curm thought tle conditions were now much d f ft rent from what they were at the tiice of the signing of tbe relca.se. He felt mat the road ....i.t - .. xuuiu ue ui urea advantage to Richmond and the cros'iDg of the bridge should be granted. Richmond should not be fenctd in. Tbe brid was amply strong ccording to pable engineers and could not damaged by the crossing proposed. ue at sired to encourage all enter prises ior tne betterment of the city la a commercial way. Mr. Keblen- Lnnk said the franchise to the coo. j any was granted under their repre sentations mat iney would not aak or dt sire to cross the Main street bridge. The question beintr raised as to whether tne company would be liable for damage if the bridge were damaged by them was answered by Mr. Hobbies reading the ordinar.ee thereon, to the effect that they would be liable. The mavor talked at sotne length, calling attention to numerous promises made to council by various railway companies. The company re ceived this franchise under false pretenses if they insist on crotssiDg the bridge. ii, as tne city attorney says, they haTe th right to cross the bridge, why do they ask council now for the privil ege. lie wanted the road, but he felt that no false pretenses Should tie allowed to go. lie had had legal ad vice and knew that even if council gave them the right to cross me oriuire iney wouiu not nave a legal right to do it. He wanted council to wait until thev actuallv Knew tne company couid Wallv cross the bridge before they granted any rights. Mr. Freeman stated that tbe company held that they had the right to cross the bridge; thev were simply askintr council how and where they wished them to ervw They should cross the bridge as their right, the same as the streets, ac cording to their franchise. Mr. Kennepohl move to lay over two weeks. Mr. Genn amended, to adopt the report. Mr. Freeman said the company wished the matter settled toni i'h t if possible, as thev wished to proceed with the line to Centerville at ouoe. - The motion to lay over carried, the mayor deciding the tie. , Liils were allowed and council .id. jjurned. IMPORTANT SUIT. to Determine Whether the City Must , Pay 20 Cents Per Hour for Street Work or Not. At the last meeting of the legisla ture a law was passed that common labor for cities or corporations must be paid not less than 20 cents per hnilf Thittitir has Iwutn .,'.. . . It - " J FJ I cents ter hour, holding that the Uw does not apply to such cases as this. James Ed wards has brought suit in Squire Hoover's court against the city for fll. 3., claiming five cents per hour more than be has been paid, for l. hours. The total demand is 44 05, as if he t ini at all the law gives him his first demand, $11.35; twice that amount as a penaltv, or fci.70 additional, and f 10 for his at torney. S. C. Whitesell is attorney for the plaintiff. He savs be has several other similar filing. comb shortly alter theeeremoi on a wedding trip to the east LI NM Board of Review lowing appraisements for taxai jV R(St With tllC NMCll givethe assessment of this j JL11 A llO t OlltltlUe LOUIX previous year: f x'ountain Citv and Webster a t Ureintfork Canning Co. Catubridj-e City Maoufac Co., 73J. t)Q fC 'v C. of Appeal- E AROL'MKNT CLOSED cases ready foi Cambridc'e City Casket Co.. a Cambridge City Cereal and ing Co., 2,630; S2.550. Cambridge City Lumber $5,070; $3,000. Cambridge City Drill Co., $1 Standard Manufacturing 6,8o0; $4,4tX). Cambridge City' Electric 1.050; 3,lM)0. , ..; LUckinson Trust Co:,a $3 J,5oO. LIGHTMC- A HERO'S ROMANCE. A Veteran of the Cuban and Philippine Wars Gains a Bride in This City Today. One of the prettiest of weddings was that which occurred this morn ing at 10 o'clock at the home of Mr. aua Mrs. Thomas Ross. 217 nnrth twentieth street, of their daughter, Ressie, to Mr. Edwin F. Wilkinson. Mr. Wilkinson is an tmolove of the Wayne Agricultural works and a veteran of live years' service in the United States arrav. in which ser vice be bad an eventful career. He was through the entire camnaicn in Cuba as "member of a western regi meut, participated in several of the battles.especially in the battle of Ka.n Juan, being the first American sol dier inside the fort at that great charge. He was also in the war in the l'uilippines, serving until his five years was up and then returning here, this having been his old home. ine bride is one of our prettiest and most popular 3'oung ladies. Uniil recently she was the operator in charge of the telephone central sta tion at Middietown, O. The wedding ceremony was performed bv the Rev. Mr. Nethercutt of the First M. E. church. Reception, j tSenator Pavul . nm Impassioned Plea Oil Behalf of the People. Conrt Will Not Give Down Decision Until It Sits lu the Fall. Snnfr-ln. N. Y June 2.-TUe fate of ! .laud B. UliiH?us.. convicted of mur- P. A.lams at Ne- York In lHH-ernber, One of the most brilliant W sJisSW, U in the kwpins o w events for thiis nn tha A f the court ot aviai u tion this afternoon from 2 4 to 4 Ur-e da vs pat listened to tbe argu- f.,r nnI ttainsi " (;utiultttHl late from 4 to :30 triven by Mrs Charles Marvel Mies f i-f -i -il liiiallv Wilmington, Del., and Miss fowrdav afteruKu. and tbe decision Hon a i,.;n ii? ... . .,...r.l until stuie " v . 1 . lj. t-.l vjltv. I trill ntiT ve 4Ii-tV'....- - - vi r avittrfl hn IW . . tVi iurt Sits . .iuontn u'u--. " - son. Mrs. Guv McCahe anH tl. fall term. Mary Cadwallader. There WAr4, ... . rime with its compli- invitations issued and very fevr i ..i.it ami manifold mystery re grets were received. The throki Gtn.mr hold uion popular in- guests was almost continuous allj tt-r.t The crowd that sou?Ut adinis ternoon The beautifcl hnm; " vt-sterday was arranged and decorated with eled ,.er and nlore determinet tliau ever, simplicity, daisies being the fa3 he liaUiffs had to r,-sort to forc-e flower. Lame s orchestra suri " . .. .. ...irit,i.i. The orin- the music. The punch bowl wa I l? Tl ' ws former United Ti V.irr,hnrr, iti ii. O I States u. UUMLU. .AV4tlA 11UU tit W IS ft lMllSf ; 11 WmW pecia Sale THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I J , CO . CO CO 0 n CO e3 CO o CO o CO o CO o CO Mary DilL BIG DAMAGE SI of tbe for in i was reierreu u" -utfr,c improvenwnt bet" seqrent bid of TOcents had been ?ivedfromC. Eewman. Rein- Htotm. stakes -jb:-"'' mxtnmenda- The mVtur of buying crushed .??5.iinM from Iteinheimer S"5v: wria. at 75 cents V?r" L Z f0,rl bak to tbe board of puvi subsen han,a iiws. were awarded the c n t-t for crushed sJone at 85 cents ann A. A. M.it'ee the contract for flagstone at 27 cents per toot. The contract for supplying granted to Fry Hros -. stakes- i -nta for 30 1 c stakes.' vne other bidders were C. E- Newman and Louch & Hill. Tbe proptwition of A. G. Cromo ton to look after sci'iestered taxable property was laid over to next meet the councilmen thought the expense unnecessary, others thought different, that the additional money turned into the city treasury wwrrth consi erine. Tie petiiion of C. S. Farohara for a switch int his coal yard brought ihaih nnarrel between .Mr. K. hWbriik and the city civil engi neer. Tbe remonstrance from the Starr Piano company to the possible .ttwt ruction of the street was urged. snre&d to that of al- m.Kt pverv act of council recorded in tbe last two years. Mr. Keekers even referred to Garden avenue, and then the question on the motion was called. The motion was that the petition and the remonstrance be re frr.Mi hat-lr to the committee on streets and allevs, the city civil engi neer and tberhief of fire department. the emnneer to draw up plans of an improvement there that would in no may obstruct me siree anu rvpur at nit meeting. The motion was The committee on streets and aIIts reoorted. recomniending that the street commissioner repair north A street from second to fourth; north seventh street; south E from thir teenth to fourteenth, ana various other streets where small repairs are needed. Mr. Whel.n opposed tbe renair of streets by crave!. He thought crushed tone should be used and rolled with road roller. The liaulinsrof gravel on the streets at or 40 cents an hour, to haul it off lur-iin was a waste of money. Mr. Kmwr said tht citv had t even a handful nf crushed stone and must rravel as the only material avail The retxrt was concurred in. Same committee recommended that th mrineer prepare pians lor the of allev between tenth and eleventh streets from south A street nortb. Also reported for the same course for making the alley from north B to C street between eighth nrtA ninth. The committee in tbe matter of tbe crossing of the Main - street Hridce bv the traction company recommended that the crossing be th south side of the bridge; with w Tvirticnlars in the matter of v , , . . trtitioa. Pians ana specmoa directed from the civil IV" It was found that the o'ans bad al Axr hMn submitted by the en- Th mavor Dresented a document being the relinquishment by the old oronranv and their successors of all rights to cross this bridge so long as the Doran bridge is m gooa repair. Marion, Ind., June 20. There was a severe wmu auu iam auj cr. storm in this part ot the state ia&i niht. It damagea crops greaiiy. Lightning struck the M. E church and caused considerable damage. A saloon near the soldiers' home was struck and five men were rendered unconscious- Street car traffic is suspended on account of the debris blown t tne tracks. SELLING TO MINORS Another Case of Conflicting Testimony in Which the Saloon Keeper Wins. Before 'Squire Hoover vester-1a was brought a case against Doc An stis for selling to a minor. Frank Latlin is a son of George Laiiin, and less than 17 years of age. Monday night he was found reeling along the street, very drunk, and was locked up. While in jail he tolJ the officers where he got bis liquor and com plaint was lodged against Anstis, and filed before Mayor Zimmerman. but a change of venue was taken b the prosecution to 'Squire Hoover. lhe testimony 01 the ooy was aireci. He was brought out of the jail when he, a sixteen year old boy, was beioj: held for being drunk, to testify. He said he and three other boys passed Anstis' place. It was between and 0 o clock' He went in and bought for a tiuarter a bottle of whisky and blackberry, mixed. He knew no names, but pointed out Anstis as the man who -old him the liquor; described th place minutelv in all particulars; said there was no one but Anstis be hind tbe bar; told conversation he had with Anstis:told of others being in the place at the time, but paid n attention to them, as he did not know them; described the manner in which his bottle was failed, from two bottles under the bar. He had never been under arrest before. Austis then took the stand. II acknowledged that the description ot the place was right; that he was on dutv at the time and the bar tender irone; bat said no such people were n his saloon at that time as stated by the boy, and that the boy was never in the place at a i. tie aiso swore he never saw the boy before, though the bov previously had swort that he worked in the livery stable across the street. The case was dismissed. New President of O. IT. Athens. O , June 20. The trus tees of Ohio university today elected liev. S. D. Ilutsmpuar of ban Fran cisco president ior taree years at salary of fo,.vvs per annum, in place of President Luper who retires from coLege work. The Council Will Hold One Tonight for Business. The volume ot business before the council has been so great for the past month, and the speeches of the mem bers of that body so voluminous, that they are away behid in matters of importance and which must be got ten through with or public business will suffer. On that account a called meetinir is ordered for this evening, at which an endeavor will be made to cut the discussions as much as possi ble and tret down to business and jjet things done which should be done Astounded. F..i,lr of th Puil.i-lmm. Your readers must have been astounded, indignant and grieved when thev read in the Palladium o: vesterday on the first page the article under the heavily leadad caption "Acquitted." Surely when the wicked beareth rule the people mourn. lOtRS r or J CSV ICE. Joseph Addleman Sues Charles ton of Fountain City for $1 for the Alienation of the Afl tions otHts Wife. The village of Fountain C been torn up for some weeks scandal involving one of it most business men. Charles ton, and the wife of one of bistrks 31 rs. Joseph Addleman. The Aory was so full 01 sensational feiures that it was not generally belie d in OJetltPUiarties are well sou i. j. fciuu y ox l lie IOITo ploint: Joseph A. Addleman vs. CNT F. Edgerton, civil action. p 1 $10,000. The above named plaK"un Joseph Addleman, complains of the defendant, Charles F. Edgerton, and says that on April 20, JiXil, and at divers times previous to that, said defendant wickedly debauched and carnallv knew one Inez M. Addle man, who was then and is now the wife of the plaintiff, without the con sent of said plaintiff. That plaintiff bv reason thereof has been deprived of the society and serv'c s of his said wife, whose affections for him have been alienated by said defendant That bv reason of said wicked and unlawful acts aforesaid by said de- endant plaintiff has suffered great distress of both body and mind and has been brought to great distress and dishonor, to his damage in the sum of f 10.000 for which sum he demands judgment. was - . .1.. hii.ithwlinurs eause of tne peo'"- " " " mil ft.n minute 01 m John ti. Mllunrn, aiionwj Mnlinoux. was nearu ioi concise reply. , Mr. Hill was asam lorceiui u m . - 1 .. ... .motion oueiit. lie oeciarvu -1 of (tuilt was the main issue in the caw and warned the court not i plea that dean .u "V '' ,intr. ursred objections to acts that had not suLstantudly affected the richts of the amwfl. n "" SWtTri v" ;eted tluit the '& HAMMOCKS, PORCH and LAWN C- r- $ FURNUUrit., ROCKERS and OAK STANDS. """ m ' LZ : - " r "tcSllenberg co. murderers all enjoy freedom. tl law he lel alt Two Killed. Bluefield. W. Va., Sune 20. James Vuett and Beverly Kinder were illed in a freisrht wreck on the Clinch Valley division near here to dav. Five cars left the track and were bur ted. Health Officer In Trouble. Weston. W. Va., June 20. Gov ernment officers have ordered the ar rest ol Dr. 1j. Lm. lclvinney 01 int Hraxton County Hoard of Health for stopping1 United States mail. The doctor had stopped a through oassentrer train at Burnsville and chained the locomotive to the track for three hours because two railroad employes with small pox had taxen refuge in a box car on the siding. The Barker Trial. New Yorv,Tune 20. -In the trial o' Thos. G. Barker for shooting I lev John KeLer the court s attention was called to the publication in tbe morning papers of the atSdavit o Mrs. Barker giving in detail a state ment of Keller's assault upon her which was the motive for the shoot inu. The court had specifically ruled n,. citv attoruev, being asked ior an 1 out all efforts to mtrodues this mat opinion, said the company had the! ja evidence. The jude said the rirht to cross the orldge. I publication was most ? reprehensib! - ... u..i.:;4 1 i: .j; Mr. lXoo'ns mougu iua n t as i ana ai id proper time a riia inves he C, RAM. they wouia let them 1 ligation would be made. EXPENSIVE CROW. FOR SUNDAY TI OLATIONS Manr about the city are laughing over the little experience of M. Quad in the Pans courts published m this paper of Saturday and many of the Sundav papers of last Sunday. Here is a case somewhat similar, nearer a home, showing the beauties of the law which was apparently intended for the protection of game. Last Sunday uem .McNutt, who lives up near Centerville, went out with a shotgun and shot a crow. He was brought before 'Squire Hoover by the deputy game warden and charged with shoot ing on enclosed groands without the written consent of the owner as provided by law. He was fined flu, and this would be all the state would get if the fine were paid. The costs of court run the bill up to ?4- iu and jlcAutt was sent to jail for,-43 days. It was under stood tail jacNuii s people were coming down today to pay the fine, in which case the deputy game war den gets 20 and the court officers the balance except $10 for the state. Holcomb-Dormier. Yesterday afternoon a 3 o'clock, at the borne of the bride's mother. south tenth street, Charles C. IIol- comb and Miss Minnie Dnnier were united in marriage, Kev. J. W. Kapp onaetatinsr. Mr. lio.coaio is vice- president of the Richmond Casket company. Miss Dormier is one of Richmond's fairest daughters, with a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hol- L inuor Case With Some a Peculiar Complica tions. Tuesday Louis Muth was iriven trial before the mayor for seumsr liquor on Sunday to a man named O Donnell and for allowing persons in his saloon on Sundav. The cae for Sundav selling was dismissed by the mavor. This morning the caie for allowing nersons in his saluon on Sunday was brought before 'Squire Hoovtr The orosecutor states that the may or understands that he dismissed both cases against Muth. The record does not show this however, as only the first case was tried. Re that as it may. the case has been filed and was to Lave been tried today but was continued. Dissolution. The xvartnershio' heretofore exist ing between Eli wood Morris and Wm. II. Bartel, jr.. under the firm namt of Ellwrod Morris & Co , is this dav dissolved bv mutual co nsent. Wm. H. Bartel retiring. Eilwood Morris is authoriz-d to collect ali oills due the firm and pay au bills owing by said firm. LLtwnon iokki;. Wm. H. Bartel, Jr. were to be tuus ...-...- ,.r Anf-v he titlirs talu""J " . " ....,';, . trnst and un:-ti oinai""- . In a dis.-sertatioa the court down a long line of authority u - 1 ot tMistallllU lur " a"" " "., .he ,lley of the Tit - i i 1 1 1 " . - the Adiu.nf W.TTii J. prove prjury on the part of the luck less claimant and the policy of ob struction on the part of the lefense. In finally summing np, Mr. Hill re viewed the points maile hy him the d;ty lefore and step ty step traced out the main features of the theory of the people. He reviewed the corrfsiiouil ence with the patent medicine dealers and proclaimed Molineux as the au thor of the letters, the enemy of Harry Cornish and Henry C Barnet, the com pounder of the rare cyanide of mer cury used In both crimes and the man who mailed the fatal potion that killed Mrs. Adams. Mr. Mlllmrn'a reply was largely de voted to an answer to personal crit icism and particularly to Mr. Hill's allusion to the fact that through all his spMH"l he had not once expressed his personal conviction of the inno cence of the man for whom he plead ed. The strongest nature of the reply was the Indication of three ilnts of weakness in the case of the people. He drew attention to the fact that the claim that Henry C Barnet had re ceived poison rested solely upon the hearsay testimony of Dr. Douglass, also that Molinenx had Hot bought the bottle holder, and bad not leen Iden tinl as the man who hired the Koch letterbox without which It was impos sible, Mr. Milbura said, to fix gmilt upon him. vu b. & M. ROUND TRIP FARE 40o. Hoating, Base Ball. Everything Frt. Tram Inve ! 8 - nr.. 0:3r . tn ami 1: p tn. Keliimmx. i-e r 11:50 - m., 4 .30 u.i , f. in. Liquors nt allowed on tho grounds. W. I Ailen. lien. Mr. J"hn J. Ap-Ik-i-. P. A. FOR THIRTY YEARS IIcnrooilcdOviT II Father's Suit itlo and Then Dhl Likewise. AN EriDEMIC OF THEM ot It Before tbe Jury. New York. June 20. The case of Thomas G. Barker, on trial at Jersey City, N. J., for shooting Ilev. John Keller, may go to tne Jury this even ing. The defense had finished when the court rose last evening. Barker and his wife were on the stand yes terday. They told their story, so far as the court would allow answers to the questions of counsel for the de fense, and. although the record does not show It. got reference to the al leged assault before the jury in one wav and another, though "nature of assault" was not brought out. The witnesses answered so promptly that objections came late. In this way "the outrage" was referred to several times during the day. The state bad it stricken out each time, but the Im pression went to tne jury. UoMlcn tomes I" me f himi " Foui Sulfides Within Two Weeks, lireaking the Kecord. Our Serges will not fade. They are tailored correctly, sewed with silk, and every seam reinforced. J laving your srge suit absolutely right costs more at our store than the inferior kind at others. no For instance : $8.50. SIO, $13.50, $16 50. Skeleton Serge Coats $3.50 and $5. We take special pride to see that every garment fits. Varioni Matters of Interest llo.sr K-a-iers Are Found IN-rorded Here. to LOKIIR& KLUTK, NO 725 MAIN 8TREET. Goshen. Ind.. Jane 20. Charles Dier dorff, a wealthy farmer n-siding me mile from Goshen, committed suicido yesterday by hanging himself to a rafter in a !arn where he was found by his wife and two daughters. Thir ty years ago his father ended his ex istence la the same manner, and Dier dorff brooded over the matter until be beeaiue deranged. lie was 45 years old and leaves a widow and two chil dren. This is th' fourth suicide in Elkhart townsnip within two weeks. A l,Cli Ofr" 1CXD3 A Pluck T Young Woman. Berlin, June 2rt. Miss Knntze of Berlin, with a guide named Furrer. has succeeded in reaching the top of the Gelmerhorner near the Rhone gla cier, in Switzerland. This Is the first time the mountain has ever been as cended. It Is 10x feet high. A CAED. Having this day purchased the in terest of Wm. H. B-irtel, jr., in the firm of Eilwood Morris & Co., 1 de sire to thank the people of Richmond and elsewhere for a generous patron age extending over a eriod of 24 vears. It shall be my asm in tne iu ture, as in the past, to strictly ad here to right methods in business, to deal with all fairly and courteoasiy, and to keep a full stock of the best oods in the market. I shall continue the business at the old stand under the old hrm nasie ol Eilwood Morris & Co., and respect fully ask a continuance of the lineral patronage extended in the past JCtLWOOD Moreis. Marriage Licenses. Colonel Ellsworth Saine and Nan cy Angelina Parks, Richmond. Edwin F. Wilkinson and Bessie C. Ross, Richmond. - Adam F. Schuman and Louisa A. Libbett, Richmond. : lanil Noun. Manila. June 20. :oioneI Gnivara. together with SO men of Cailles com mand, are now at Pagsanjan. Cailles entire force will surrender Monday next. Tbe Third artillery will sail for Ue TTnited States tomorrow on the transport Indiana. DEATHS-FUNERALS Rxmsey Thonoos A. Ramsey died at his bofne, 4;o north f-:rt-c itl street, this morn ini? of pneorno da Fuoeral arrangements wul be piven tonQorroiv. Todaj'i QuoUtloti. Chicaao Til.. Jane 20. Wjit. GSIc- Cora, 43Jc O. JTi i- ToUdo Ocmi. Jane 20. A'.v ioc. More I..terei IlarrimMi Indianapolis the Ii lij-ouircvl in .iineiu t'lan. Jane 2. The Ionja- ai:n llarris-iii ru -nuii.em c.iiiijjf..n. f which '..ari. V.". Faii-ltanks U preKldtit. is i,uwKluit di.-o-uraea at the lack of interest di.-pkiyed by In dianaiKdis -itiz-n.s. only a!oat flo.- has le"i suttwriiwtl here. Senator Fairlanks lis isus-il a ptatenMut ex plaining that the par-we of the com mission cajiiKt If ac-jnplisliei unles a hirge rnuil is imnieiitaieiy tiuiccriu(.ij in this city in order that the cymuiis skm may li;vi 'Uie lacking liefore it attempts to raise fjfney in otler parts of the country, as is the In?entRn. The senator's statement says: Those who have condocted the work thus far In this city are impressed with the Idea that oor home people do not fully appreciate the define of the association. We want our work to I? national in character and a work of art th"rrrghly worthy of so great a man ii-rw-ral larri&n waa. ttes'ft to tttf Ieath. nford. Iiid Jcne 2. V"h-Ie rr siMinx arr,-rt J4sn M-a-ti wa sVvt after a HsU: wtiU ol'ici rs at llarox a smnil vui.-yre i st of here. n:l tlit-tl frm hif wonads. ilcQoeen was fr-nu-rly a s.il..!i ket-per m the village ami was a very dan-rous man when drinking. "t!s5a5.1e Mark ' Claod. w! assisting tw.i othr officer in making the arrest, was shot in th- ab d.jmeu. but will recover. EY EUING EITHER A LEONARD CLEANABLE OR AN .-. ALASKA Refrigerator Von will save over the che-aper ke more than &oO potm-ls of ice the first season. The Leonarl Clenahle i built with eiht walls, male a follows: Outside xi, 1c a-l air space, layer of sheath '.nr, ljyrr of mineral wool. flayer of water prof sh-athtng. then the insvle !, mater proof sheathing, and la&t the in side rmc wall. The Alaska is charco.il parked, and con-vlered by expert the !rst rnte. Before Imj-ing, 1- sure and exiine loth. PRICES ARE RIGHT. Gilb kkt T. Dunham, pHf 67 and 629 The Leading Furniture Dealer. Main Street. Potato Chip. Something new, made without lard, always fresh. Try a half pound. , i'boue TXZ- h aplet u&).m. 13jan-dl0t 1 1 foltrm The chewing tobacco whh a conscience behind it. ells oa its Made eely try . C wmKMtC TMACC0 CO.