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jj VOLUME III. ~~ FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1906. vmfRTCg il|
lurnu ruiAuanir
I NATIONAL IS
STIMONY IN
IVORGE CASE 01
50UNTESSANNA
jjpni 1 rearea
jpp Her Cruellj
f^S'J^PARtS, Oct 31?That Count Boa
j|| S De Castellane frequently struck an
slappe.l his wife during the scene
vV: ^between the two when he made ol
f/.?' ' . "repeated demands for money was th
^Vv 'tstartllnB' declaration made by Cour
,tess Anna's attorney, Maltre Crup
?. til the hearing of the Countess' sill
'ji:. for- divorce which began to-day. Otl
ver equally startling revelations as t
-i the unhappy lot to which the Countes
j*;y. has submitted during the years of he
' ' - -v n- - ...u-.l
! married lite were maae ana me **"?
, /hearing promises to be sensational i
the extreme. Cruppi opened the Iiea:
Ing by demanding an absolute divorc
- for his client and the custody of tb
-children. A letter from Mrs. Mllllnf
ton Drake was offered by Cruppl, shov
ing that Bonis' brutalities to his wif
began three months after her ma
rlnge. Anna only brought peace b
.yielding her entire Income to her hit
hand. Another Iptter was shown t
the effect that recently Bonl held th
purse strings and had allowed th
Countess only between sixty and elg!
Ityj dollars a month ror her personal ?.
" penses. She begged him to raise thl
allowance to two hmiilred, but Boi
:. /refused her gruffly. Several Instance
? 'Of Infidelity on the part of Count Boi
v ! were detailed by Cruppl, but th
if names of the women concerned war
v;;' ,'suppressed. It is the Intention of th
1; V' Countess Anna to remain I" ""
after securing the divorce am! .?> ret
f'":' fiber children here.
SENATOR DEPEW
HP ?
. - HA8 REGAINED HIS HEALTH AN
MADE HIS FjRST APPEARANCE
IN PUBLIC FOR
SOME WEEKS LA8T
NIGHT.
p NEW YORK, Oct. St. ? Senatt
)J" Chaunrey M. Depew. who recently r
ey turned from the Sanitarium to whit
Tie wenl from Washington because <
a general breakdown of his health, a
peareil In public last night for tt
Hr* time since last spring, Accor
panied by his wife, son and tn
fey trlends. lie occup'ed a box at the ne
. Amsterdam theater. The Senator hi
ptapparenily entirely recovered h
f bealtii and walked with springy st<
mnd was as gay as a youth of (went
i He appeared to thoroughly enjoy tl
performance.
UTE INDIANS
'
HAVE ON THEIR WAR PAINT Ab
TROUBLE IS LOOKED FOR
AT ANY MOMENT.
'
SHERIDAN, Wyo., Oct. 31.?Figl
ing between the renegade Tfte India
;;; and the cavalry forces now in pursi
of them Is expected at almost eve
hour. Troops have about succeed
' In rounding tip Utes and as the latl
Ho/vlano tltov trill fitrhf mther thail 1
I thro to their reservation where th
claim they cannot get enough to e
| Woodshed seems Inevitable. To ma
the situation worse, live hundr
Gjfi.. Cheyenne braves, equipped with m<
jpV era rifles and well supplied with a
III;. munition, are ready to join the Uti
.If they have not already done so. S
j?(!, tiers residing 1n the region throu
which Indians are moving are pai
stricken.
THE WEATHER.
Colder To-Night.
KS-;V; .'! WM)Hinmu?. ?>. U., UBf. .u.
jsjlv | ?Forecast for West Virginia:
S?'. J Partly cloudy and continued
j?' i colder to-night with mlnltnuiu
i temperate slightly below
g||". . | freezing. Thursday, partly
|\r' | oloiidy with rising temperaSpeclul
matinee Saturday afl
?||jjmood. 31
The' children will enjoy seel
|? : "Along the Kennebec" at the Gr?
Saturday afternoon. 31
Sample garment tale at Jolllffe's
Election Tuesday, Nov. 6th
1 AN APPEAL TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF WEST VIRGINIA.
i
THE ELECTION IS AT 1IAN!>. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0T1I IS
THE DAY! On that day you will either approve or disapprove of the
| record and work of the REPUBLICAN PARTY, You can approve by
I CASTING YOUR BALLOT^OR THE PARTY: you can disapprove by
voting; against It. or by NOT VOTING AT ALL.
The four years of President Harrison's administration. 18S8 to 1S92,
were prosperous years; 1892, his last year, was the most prosperous
year In the history of our country up to that time.
^ In 1892 the people voted for a change; they got It. Many Republl
ThoV lit t
cans JJIIJ JNUT VUI Ei, UICJ H?ot<r nooiaivu 11/ muikw U vuuunv. ,
not think there was any danger. j
'] no YOU REMEMBER THE HARD TIMI'.S UNDER CLEVELAND,
FROM 1900 to 1907? DO YOU WANT THEM TO RETURN?
8 |
't In JS9G you voted for another change; you sleeted William McKIn- j
o ley, and from that time on we have had good times, prosperity and det
velopment; and this year It the most prosperous yehr our country has
I, ever known. Do you want to stop it? If so, vote the Democratic ticket, j
t or FAIL TO VOTE,
No State In the Union has had greater bcncflls than West Virginia !
0 during this poriod, 1S0G to 190G. The development Is simply phenomenal. J
8 The new tax laws have vindicated themselves, both by making taxes [
r taxes more nearjy ecpyil and by reducing i he burden of taxes on the peo- !
e pie. Ninety persons out of every hundred havu had substantial re.luc- |
11 tlons in their taxes this year compared with 1901. Do you want to stop j
r; this? Do you want to go buck to the old laws? If so, vote the Demo- [
e cratic ticket, or FAIL TO VOTE. I
a I
r. Do you want to stand by the President in his great work of break- !
r- log up monopolies and curing for the rights of all the people? Is there I
e a patriotic citizen, Democrat or Republican, who does not want to see the !
President snnnorted? Will yd.l repudiate him now right In the midst of j
y his great work?right In the middle of his term? ;
s" The times are propitious for a sweeping victory for good govern0
mont. just taxation and a continuance of good times. Hut there Is dan
e ger. That danger is that the Republicans WILL NOT COME OUT AND
ie VOTE.. If Republicans stay at home, we will sutler defeat with all its
evil consequences.
jj LET EVERV REPUBLICAN VOTE! VOTE EARLY AND SEE
THAT HIS NEIGHBOR VOTES!
,, " H. C. WOODYARD, Chairman,
,| Republican State Committee.
e WATCH YOUR TAX TICKETS!
o * ^
A I TD i _r PITTSBURG COAL COMPANY
" Annual Keport oi makes charge of frauc
Treasurer Given A lejgejMt Lost $75,000 In Two Year
In^ Dealings With Chicago
MONETARY 8TOCK OF COUNTRY ManDURING
THE YEAR EOOK ON ?~ , . . ?
A GROWTH OF $186,866,727. CHICAGO, Oct. 31.?John H. Jonei
D or the Jones & Adams Coal Company
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31.-Charles "as cbarf1 tbe Pittsburg Coi
H. Treat, treasnrer of the United Company 11 ? 1,111 fllcJ ln tbc Clrc,,i
States, submitted his annual report to L"""' w'1*1' f"UdU,ent ',rac,lce b
the secretary of the treasury yester- ?blch. ,be mtelmrg company assert,
day and in reference to the more no- as os '
,r table transactions said In part: Three yea af ,the,J,mcs & AJaal
company sold their business to th
e The net resit of the ordinary reve- - ,
h , ? ? , Pittsburg company for <05(1,000, done
" nues and expend ttires for the fiscal , , . , .
>f remained sis president and gener;
1 year 1900 was a surplus of $25,009,102 ' ?
p. , ?. . ? An, manager. With n two years the Pitt;
^ as compared with a deficit of $23,004,- ,
le ... . ? . ,, burg company says Its losses wer
1B 228 for the preceding year. A continu- ? , , , . . , ,, ,
n , caused by Jones. A bill of partlculai
atlon of these favorable conditions is , .
o ? . , , ... . ., < ? ?i. showing how the Pittsburg compan
" refiec ed In the transactions for the , . , ?, ,
u- , . . , , . , was mulcted was filed.
first quarter of the current fiscal year , , , . . , .
is , , , 7 . Jones Is reputed to be wealthy, an
n wta ch the revenues were $5,871,314 , . ' , ,
K , . . is a member of several promluei
In excess of the expenditures.
!,) The, available cash lialnee on Juno
y- 30. 190C, was $180,089,354, an Increase _ _m _
ie of 835,211.862 as compared with that PjjlUn |J|jlJ|L
- of twelve months earlier. UUIIiW flUIVlt
The monetary stock of the country
look on n growth during the year of T spEND HER DAVS W1TH pAp
,, Ml. NW '? ? MARGARET OF COR392,554
in national bank notes, while NAUGHT
the treasury notes decreased $2,027,00ft.
The aggregate stock of money ai n -w... . r, . ...
4l . , a, - ... STOCK HOLM, Sweden. Oct. 31.the
close of the vear was $.5.009,9$ti,-n.
r i., .?^,.o i Utterly ?lisgtistvci with the booris
dOI. of which $2.?30,G4f?,C28 was in . , . , , . T1 . ? .
lj * i a , npss ber husband, Prince Guslavr
iu- circnhition. , , , , ,
Atlolphtis. son of the Crown Piiry
ns The treasury holding of pom con-i,, . ?, . ? ^
fif ... . . , Gttstavjis, Princess Margaret, of Co
lit tlnues to attract tin? attention of
rv ? , i , i it. naught. niece of Mug Edward,
i> financiers liorli at hoiue and abroad. . r
,1 ? i ? . t. .. , threatening to return to London 1
e,i It is apparent from the continued ac :,. . , . ,
, r ,, 'ive with Iter parents, and ho far e
pi cumulation that a large share of the . ? '
-c , . ? .I .it c i . I cry influence brought to bear up*;
re- product of the gold mines of the won , , . ,
,v,. . . , . . mi "01* to reeonshler has proved insuf
e> Is brought to the 1 nited States. Tito . . , , . . .
.. , . . ... ... cient.'I he couple was married in Jin
at. gold coin and bullion in the treasury . , , '
ite ? IIie close of the fiscal year ,?? ."t *"" 'u^ompatibillty ? ?
e.1 was 9S07.051 .tlltO. T 18 '?* ,l'"
,,i , 'ho couple, who arc exactly opposite
'? The pressure from hankers and hold. ,
... . . . . ln astute.
m- ers for larger and more regular sup
m. ply 'of small denominations of citK
ol- roncy eoiitlnues unabated, while the RDOI IQHril
Rh frcasttry Is without resources for the nOULIOIlLl)
tic Issue of small hills to comply with
tholr urgent requests. II is to he ex- _____
pccte.l that congress will ultimately HAS BEEN THE LAW OF PUBLI
w enact the legislation that it has tin- EXECUTION IN FRANCE?CAP|
tier considered on which will bring ITAL PUNISHMENT IS
nAAMPn
I full relief (mm tlic existing conultIons. uuAeu.
I FOR FIVE CENTS PARIS. Ocl. 31. ? Capital punls
tuent Is doomed In France. There wl
Columbus Man Sues Columbus Street no more executions for oritur.
Car Company for Damages. a tneellus of the cabinet I1 was il
| Columbus, O., Oct. 30.?'Attorney ''hied that lite death penalty shop
I Erastus Floyd has filed u suit for darn- abolished and a law to this offe
J ages against the Columbus Street Car will fie enacted shortly. The oiflce
} Company for the sum of five cents, public executor has been abolished.
I the smallest suit for damages ever
filed In this city. Floyd was a Ta- SamP,e 9'rment sale at Jolliffe's t
er t ous fool ball player with the State morrow'
,. university and alleges that be was ? . . " ~ ]
3t refused a transfer to the Westenllle Spro"" "m"no^ Snt,,r,lay 8f'
lag ",le fltottgli the franthtse of the com ' [
,nd PMy explicitly declares that a trans- ,.A](mK ||)0 Keni,bec- win plea
1-81 g'VP"', the old 80,1 younS alll(e- '?
|?- ^Sample torment salt at tomplegirmerrt sale at Jolliffe's t
MR. HUBBARD 5
CHALLENGES
HIS OPPONENT
Answers B. R. T.
Questions in Full
I ?
WHEELING, Oct. 31.?Hon. Wll!
limn P. Hubbard, Republican candl-'
> date for Congress, opened his cantI
palgn in Ohio county last nlglit hy
| addressing two well-attended and en!
thuslastic meetings. Hubbard's drat
! appearance was'at the Vigilant En!
glue House, on North Main street,
| where the Republicans of Washington
| district gave him a hearty welcome.
! Later In the evening he spoke to anojjicr
audience at Mozart Hall.
False Charges Answered.
The features of special Interest in
both addresses were Mr. Hubbard's
sweeping reply to the libelous efforts
to make It appear that he lias been
unfriendly lo the cause of labor. He
showed in detail that the alleged' eighthour
bill which he opposed in 1881
was a bill that was unconstitutional,
was not introduced ny a rnnor leaner,
but by a Democratic politician: that it
established the most absurd and unjust
limitations on labor, and that in .1
legislature largely Democratic, it was
defeated by a vote of 4G to 11. Mr.
Hubbard oIho gave a full reply
to the questions asked by the Brotherhood
of Hallway Trainmen, and challenged
a publication of Air. Riley's
answer to the same questions. His
discussion of the tax laws, and of the
benefits of Republican administration
were effective and convincing at every
point.
INJUNCTION TO PRE;
SERVE STATUTE
IMPORTANT DECISION HANDED
DOWN BY JUDGE POFFENBARGER
IN SUPREME
[j COURT.
'1 CHARLESTON, Oct. 31.?According
, to a decision banded down by Judge
PolTrnbnrser, Judge nitz was In error
9 when he held the Powhatan Coal &
1( Coke Compiav In contempt for refusj
lug to carry out a contract with the
tl Pocahontas Coal Company.
3_ The case la a celebrated one ami
B attracted hrach attention throughoit
,s the State. Judge Sanders dissented In
the decision, The gist of the decision
I.-. that where a defendant held In con(1
tempt afterwards wins the case there (
|t is no contempt. 'According to tl\e sylk
litis, mandatory injunctions are seldom
allowed before final hearing, but
in cases of necessity and extreme f
hardships they may he awartlptl In
the inception of the suit tad without
notice.
A The function of a preliminary In- 1
junction whether it he prohibitory or J
mandatory, is to preserve the statute.
Itpott final hearing the court may (
grant full relief. The power of a court
to decide erroneously respecting inat|V
ter within lis jurisdiction Is as clear |
l3 and undoubted
,B The perfection of an appeal from
an order refusing to dissolve an in
Is junction, together unit a snpcrsew,
, Uvs not sluy I ho operation of tlic In
v inaction, tmr deprive the court below
in of power to punish a party for hit
II contempt In refusing to o'icv It.
The argument In the mandamus pro,
cttilings brought liy William ilclveli
rJ|. mi.) others against the Boar l of Billscation
of I'lyctte county, lnUep"ndent
school dish let. was poBlponod until
Thursday morning, one of the attorneys
being III.
Ditvlstott against Smllli and others
' ont Harrison county; opln'on nfhnv
Oil liy .ludgr Polfcnbarger.In
the case of Talbot aanlnst tlic
C Sit,jtli I'l'tin Oil Company, the decision
was aUrniM, the plaintiff being
t-'lowed a judgment by default of $2,iifiC
In an notion ol t its pars on the i
t. se for damages occasioned by fail'
ute ol defendant to plug, as required
t. law, ait nhandoned gas well.
tt
c- HADE A HIT.
ct Ninety and Nine Pleased Audience at
of Grand Last Night.
A fair shod nudlence enjoyed the
presentation of the "Ninety and Nino"
nt the Grand opera house last night.
The engine scene was one of th best
!jj?. PVer PUI Oil HI. HT6 hicui jjiuj uuiidv
-t and many complimentary . remarkB
were heard concerning the play as a
g0 whole. It was a very creditable per.jt
formance.
o Sample girment aale at Jolliffe's to^
mcrrstw.-" ^
>ome First W ard Citizens w no
Have Enjoyed Reduction of Taxes
As Result of the New Tax Laws
The story never grows old. I^ower taxes make the people happy li
every nook and Comer of the county. Below Is a list of benellclarles L
Ihe first Ward of Fairmont and some more names from Mannlngton. R.
member, lfjrou favor the laws whlon have reduced your taxes you ea
show that fact bjr voting for the Republican candidates for House of Deli
gates and the memlieh of the County Court on the Republican ticket. The
stand pledged to (he' ne# laws while the Democratic candidates are 01
hfiKi'.l to them'..
Name of Tax PfytK I 1904. | 1906. | Reductloi
Athcraft, J. R ! T1.73 28.12 42.61
Arnett, C. W ./.... j 32.40 , 12.92 19-.68
Alklns. Jra A. and G. 1.. j... . | 24.26 17.71 6.55
Abel. Miner F .-.v.-.-. 7.69 -3.80 3.89
Adams, Geo 49.44 38.73 10.71
Brand. JullA A 11.97 10.19 1 1.78
Bolyard. John 21.25 7.22 14,03
Clevenger, Maggie 9.90 3.80 6.10
Clelland, Geo. H :...: 8.83 6.95 2.88
Coogle, J. I 126.66 44.98 81.08
Cox. Geo. W ] 8.86 7.84 1.01
Courtney. Unn \ 4.30 1.17 3.13
Danley, S. S | 2.95 1.53 1.42
Dent. Ethel V ! 12.39 9.40 2.99
Elliott. Margaret | 4.20 2.27 | 1.93
Emmons, Hattle | 4.20 | 1.53 | 2.67
Gasklns, Eeola | 3.39 | 1.32 | 2.07
Gasklns. Flnley O | 46.06 I 39.17 | 6.89
Could I. S | 2.09 j .15 | 1.94
Jones, John j 133.36 | 44.03 | 89.33
THE STORY CONTINUED FROM MANNINGTON.
Phillips, J. I,.. Dpnt's Run | 10.08 | 3.80 | 6.28
" 13.82 I 8.53 I 4.79
l-rau, o. r,, waiiiiiuptiuu , ( (
Price, J., E? Mannlngton j 21.86 1(1.96 4.90
Price, J. R., Mannlngton 27.87 24.64 3.13
Price, John, Mannlngton | 10.68 6.50 10.18
Price. ^lerrlmon, Mannlngton | 20.00 15.40 5.20
Raher. Albert, Glover's Gap I 3.38 1.58 1.80
Reed. James, Mannlngton j 7.19 3.70 3.49
RoeJer. E. E., Flat Run I 6.31 3.16 2.15
Rex, Sarah B., Mannlngton | 17.15 13.77 3.38
Rex, Marthn A? Mannlngton -j 36.00 13.77 22.23
Rice. Alpheus, Mannlngton I 14.13 12.40 1.73
Rice, Geo. \V? Mannlngton j 15.97 9.88 5.09
Rice, H. L.,' Mannlngton I 25.25 j 13.03 12.22
Rice, John. Mannlngton | 9.80 | 5.88 3.92
Rice. Arizona, Mannlngton I 11.04 | 6.08 4.96
Rice. H. N. & D. N? Metz j 8.10 | 5.26 2.84
Rice. J. I,. & Morgan, Mannlngton j 14.83 | 9.65 | 5.18
Richardson, IV. P., Joe Town ! 12.23 j 6.90 5.33
Richardson Minerva. Mannlngton | 14.83 | 9.52 | 5.31
Mmw, A. 7., Mannlngton rrrr:-.it.-...f.v.li r?2.0T-f-t!n.0f | 21.04
Rlggs, Mary C.. .foe Town | 5.03 I 3.G7 | 1.3G
Roach. Ed.. Mannlngton I 30.25 j 2G.74 | 3.61
Robinson. Mary, Mannlngton I 28.22 | 17.51 | 10.71
Rolilnson, Nelson, Big Run ! 1G.24 | 5.23 | 11.01
Roljlnson. Ithnmer, Big Run j 14.98 | 5.31 | 9.G7
Robinson, Franklin, Big Run I 15.07 | 8.34 | 7.13
Rolilnson, Owen, Joe Town | 14.06 | 6.14 | 8.92
Rolilnson, Ellas, Margaret | 22.59 [ 18.92 | 3.67
Rolilnson, Ida B? Mannlngton . j 8.47 | . 5.57 | 2.90
Robinson, Homer. Mannlngton ...., | 8.99 | 8.44 | .55
Roliy, Minerva, Mannlngton [ 8.23 ! 1.38 |< G.85
Rowand, John M? Motz I 3G.05 | 24.13 | 1 11.92
Reward, A. M? Metz | 29.44 j 15.99 j 13.45
Roup. W. H? Mannlngton | 7.31 | 4.74 | 1 2.57
To Be Continued.
GOOD MEETINGS Patient Dies; Dr. Suicides.
SAC CITY. Ia? Oct. 31,-Word hi
Yere Held In Preston County With reached here of a double tragedy I
Harry Shaw as Spra rr. Overly,-N D? the principals being tv
Harry Shaw has jtisi returned f-?vn former residents of Sac City,
i spell-binding lour in Preston cnuii I Miss Hazel Beach was stricken wll
y. He. spoke to large crowds on many nrp-e Mcllls. Dr. Will F. Casavaw,
iccaslons and the frosla were few whom ihe was to have been marrk
.nil fur between. Old Preston will roll on Thanksgiving next, was asked
I|| a large majority for Stnrgiss and perform the operation. Tlie your
lie new tiix laws next Tuesday. woman died and the physician cor
mltted suicide.
l.own social .and chicken pie supper
it Hn.pt 1st church on Friday evening. Read the Dally West Virginian.
WOULD yol VOTE TO I
[MM THIS Klin ni
I IIUITI I IIIV itini# vi
* ? 1?
.' it aside ns an appropriation Tor adc
TO SOUD H.0US6 tl<in"' nroperts. which means that tt
*. greater portion will he devo'ed to tl
T~ia vc r* Tf erection of the new steel plant In tl
1-feiyar li wJV utoplanclty of Gary. Ind.
Vnfp fnr RiIpTT" The corporation put asides nttlani
V UlC 1UI JVIlCy Chi,HIS. This brings the total cat
PnrPnnffppoc surplus of the corporation tip to i9
^ w-rUIlgl COO M.SIS. It Is expected Ilia1 the sti
I Ins will reach $ I Ofl.'jfle.Ofi'i hy tl
first of Apttl next, when die 4 pi
NEW YORK, Oct. 31.?-Evidence of cent dividends will ho restored <
die high state of prosperity t 'rough- ip(. common stock. It is possible thi
jut the country, especially In the mail- Ihesc dividends may he restored
ufacturlng indnstrlea. was giv.su hi the January
announcement of the hoard of direc- ,.e B(ate8 " par
lots of the 1-nlted States Steel Cor- lnc/f?r Ju,y werc (12i2J,rfl98> f|
"oration at their quarterly meeting K for g b
ye?ter?lay that orders on hand aggrc- $32 713 033
irate 7.936.894 tons.tbe largest lu tho s '*
liliitory of the corporation. Tho ureal The l"nn"n' aet asl,|p f(,r lllK drD'
acenni illation of orders will keep the c.'mloa "?<? "--serves fund was Iti.Ooi
mills of the company running at cn|iacity
until late In the spring. :I- I'lerpont Morgan wns tic loadii
The net earnings for the qwrnrter flg-ire at the meeting yesterday,
were SMS,114,624, after deducting nil which nearly all the directors we
axpenBes for repairs, renewals. Inter- present,
est on-lxinds nnd fixed charges. The The earnings of tho quarter endt
surplus for tho (piartor was III,097,- yesterday,, 138,114,624, compared wi
31$, after the paymento f per cent. SSI ,24ft,f.S2 for the Quarter ended Se
nn the preferred stock and another tember 30, 1905.
declaration of. one-half of 1 por cent. ?
the <?n^qai' ^ Jolliffe's t
11
. Kemainea . gj
The meeting was held In the ClrculBM
the mutual benellts to be
State since 1901. The Cleveland m?8|
chants visited Fairmont live yej|p||fl
tended an invitation to the bttainMH
men of Fairmont to visit Cleveland, g
Short speeches were jnad^^^^mBj
First National Bank of Cleveland;
Company; George W. Kinney, of Kins ,J
_ ...... --.i I n..?" Pnmnnnv
m.:,??uuu?huiuii
J. M. Jacobs presided over tbia.QMit^S
ing. He Introduced each speaker wlth jjg
After the speeches t#e meeting waiLM
turned Into a smoker no that the via
iiors and local people could
State, rhej will visit
towns of the State, returning to ClewM
lend November 23. It wag mticMj^B
RUBBER COAT SAVES MAN j
FROM ELECTROCUTION.
arid twisted around bis' neck..
shosck was sufficient to knock Toolan. 9
- from his wagon, the upturn
ot his 'slicker" liroke the current, and i
n entangled him from the wire. ' J
The city taxes for the yearVifffJKM
|n are now ready for payment, an^WM
?l persona paying the same oh or^hg|Hj|
t0 fore November 15th. will be
,,, discount of 2iJ per cent., but no dlO-'pgM
n? count allowed after the 15th day otK
CHANGE J
' PROSPERITY
: FRANK KMC :
1C . . H i i V'ifiwSil
WILL SERVE 8IX MONTHS IN JAIL i
je . INSTEAD OF ONE YEAR IN>,|
sh THE PENITENTIARY. ;;
Frank King, who was oonYlcUid^^^H
10 this term of the ClrcnL cWrt for tho-M
?r unlawful wounding of Daniel Snider, Jj
and who at a former day was fiontenc-_H
cri to one year In the nenlteatwxdnEil
the commission of the Crimean??!!
brought into court this morning;.' Judgea
.Mason vacated the order of tho penl- m
t tontiary sentence and save King abt-Wffi
Judge Mason was not sntisfie.1 KtoJjBS
used the stone that was exhibited In AGs
court on Snider. One of the woundeS
iK have lienn dnno by the stone, Thhr.fl
at looked as If olher agencies figured I^B
ro the ouse. Judge Mason In hla/lii'linM
clemency rather than to brand
}l| us a felon and to bring dh~ ?
th Ms family gave him s Jail . tit uco
n- Kitur urns defended, bv AitorMyrraM
:o- Sampl* jaiuunt sale at Jollltt*^ t>

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