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VOL. VI NO. 135.
' MAYSVILLE. KY., WEDNESDAY, APlta 27, 1887. '
'.';, WLL CURE ,
pVSFEP3tA ' ' ',
MN in the BACK & SIDES.
The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
Lines on wrapper.
m H. If. BMITH,
ruiruuB-uxiao.or laugning gas
Used for thn nalnimn nxtrantinn at
teeth. Offloe on Court Htr,oet aplfldly
G3& Dentist.
Nltrlous-Oxlde Gas administered. Office
Corner Second and Sutton streets, Zwelgart's
Flans and specifications furnished on reas
onable terms and all work satisfactorily and
promptly done. Office on Third street, be.
tween Wall and Hntton.
House, SIrd and
Ornamental Painter.
Grnlnlne, Glazing and Paper-hanging. All
work neatly and promptly executed. Ofllce
and shop, south side of Third street, west of
new Jail. al9dly
(Court Streets-Old Fostofflee.)
Cutting, Fitting, and Custom-Made Suits to
order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices low
No,7 Market street,
Call 'and examine- ray samples of Foreign
and Domestic Goods' from thelarge wholesale
booses of New York. Suits made to order on
moro reasonable terms than any other houM
In the city, and fit gnatantced.
will practice in the courts of Masou and ad
Joining counties, the Superior Court and
Court of Appeals. Special attention Riven to
Collections and to Ileal Estate. Court street,
Maysville, Ky.
(Court Street, Maysville, Ky.)
Will practice in the courts of Macon and ad.
Joining counties. Prompt attention given to
collection of claims and accounts. Also to Fire
Insurance, and the buying, selling .and rent
ftig of houses; low and lands, and the writing
of deeds, mortgages, contracts, etc. 'n6dly
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
",:: . - 1,1,.
Will practioe In all courts In Mason and ad
Joining counties and In the Superior Corp
and Court of Appeals. All collections glvei
prompt attention. nnvildA
J. n. 8AI.LXE, Commonwealth's Att'y.
C. Ij. Sali.ee, Notary Public.
'j, Attorneys nd Counselors at Law", "
will attend to collections and a"genral law.
practtod In civil cases In Mason and adjoining
counties. Flro Insurance and Real Estate
Agents. All letters answered promp'ly. Of-,
floe : No. 12 Court street, Maysville. Ky.
I ! I I I I
Designer and dealer In
Headstones, Ac. The largest stock of tht
latest designs. The best material and work i
ever offered In this section of the state, at re
duced prices. Those wanting work la Gran
ite or Marblo are invited to call and see fm .
themlv. HMonrt streak MhvhvIIIr.
Ice Cream and Soda Water a specialty.
Fresh Bread and Cakes mado dally and de
ilvered to any part of the city. Parties and
weddings furnished on short notice, No. V
Second street.
A Vat number of Spectators Present'Kep
rctchtltig All' Soctloaa' of the Country.
The "Prominent People Preerit Sccre
tary.tJamar Delivered the Oration.
CnAiiLESTON, S. C, April 2o The Cal
houn monument was dedicated to-day with
appropriate ceremonies, in the presence of a
vast throng of spectators, representing all
sections of. tho state. The exercises woro
under the nuspices of 'the Ladles' Calhoun
Monument association. Secretary Lamar
delivered tho oration. Tho rush of visitors
to the city commenced yesterday morning,
and all incoming trains were crowded with
soldier and civilian visitors.
Many prominent persons from all parts of
the country were present, including Socrota-
1 ries Lamar, Kairchild and Vilas, of the pres
ident's cabinet; ex-Governor Magrath, Hon.
James Simons, speaker of the house-; Gov
ernor Richardson and staff; Senators Vdbr
hees and Gen. Wado Hampton; Representa
tive Dibble, together with many others from
this and adjoining states.
The city and shipping are profusely deco
rated, and the military display is very bril
liant Tho weather was superb, the air
balmy, the, sky cloudless and yesterday's
rain liad laid the dust.
All tho military and civic organizations
nssembled in line on the east and south bat
teries at 11 o'clock. At a few minutes past
noon, the line moved up Meeting street to
Calhoun, and then to tho grand stand. The
procession was divided into seven divisions
as follows: First came the military escort
ing tho governor and stafT and tho chief
marshal and bis assistants; second, the
mayor and city council; third, the president,
professors and students of city and state col
leges and schools; fourth, the city civil so
cieties; fifth, the Odd Follows, Masons,
knights and kindred societies; sixth, distill-.
gulshed guests and others; Beventa, citizens.
The lleinatns of Alexander Mitchell Peace
fully Laid to Rett.
Milwaukee, Wi,, April 37. Milwaukee
paid a lost tribute of esteem and respect to
the memory of Alexander Mitchell to-day.
Boldness was generally suspended, thousands
of flags floated at hulf mast, and many pub
lic and private buildings and a largo num
ber of residences wore more, or less draped in
mourning. For two hours prior to the ser
vices the remains, which were enclosed in a
cloth covered casket, lay in state in St.
James church, and were viowod ,by a con
tinuous stream of people,- many of whom
manifested deep emotion. j
The services took placo at 2 o'clock, tins
edifice being crowded, while thousands .were
unable to obtain admission. The members
of the St. Andrew's society, tho city school
board, the Federal employes, tho mombers
of the city council, Old Settlors' and Pionejr
associations and , kindred organisations mut
at thoir respective headquarters and pro
ceeded to St. James1 church In n body.
At tho conclusion of the services the cor
tege moved west on Grand avenue from St.
James church through' the soldiers' homo
grounds, and thence south to, Forest Home
cemetery where the remains were laid to rest
in the family vault. At the entrance to the
home grounds the veterans, by special' per
mission, met the cortege and attended it as a
ppocial'escort to the south ga'to. Tho pall
bearers were' Messrs; John- .Flankinton;'
Charles H. Larkin, ,a, H. BroadhoaftHj IX
Palmer. "Gen EL. C, Hobart. Alfred' James.' L
L. Baker, C. T. Bradley,0 R. K. MlHer"'Dariier
vyeus, jr ncsweii .miner ana uuagu u. a
Hamilton. The processjon was the largest
ever seen in this city. A specal; train, of.
twenty cars, crowded with Chicago friends
and business acquaintances of the deceased,
was run from that, city pn t.ha Milwaukee
& St Paul railroad, and returned in the '
evening. '
Seven Slain at a Wedding A Triple '
St, LociB, April 27. A t pedal from the
City of. Mexico says : Tho guests3 who assem-1
bled to celobrate the marriage of Benito
Hernandez and 'Junnita Alvidez near Me
ridaj'in Yacatan, became involved in a gen-
eral fight., Seven of them, including . tho
groom, were killed.
Tho wife of Moreno, a ranchman in Ta
mnulipas, recently eloped with tho son of a
neighbor while her husband was away. Thoy
got throe days the start, and traveled '
toward the interior. Moreno , folio wd and I
overtook them at ahoteL Ho located their
room and waited until a Into hour. Going
to tho door he rapped quietly. The youth
opened it, atul was shot dead at tho first Are.
Mrs. iforenQ sprang from tho, bod and ran
to the window, Beforo she could jump her
husband emptied his rovolvor, four bullets,
taking eifoct Moreno examined thq
wounds, satisfied himself that thoy would
prove fatal, drew a sheath knife and stabbed
himself to tho heart, falling abros tho body
of tho unconscious woman, who died in a few
Faaldlng Resorvolr Blown Up With
Columedh, 0 April ft, The long ox-,
peeled outbreak over tho JPaulding resorvolr
began lost evening. The following tolegram
which reached Governor Foraker to-day ex
plains the situation:
'voundredBenj marched' tQthe canal
In a body, captured the guards an d. Hold thein
In conuttomcnt.unfcll daylight . TheyJworked
all night on the front and roar of the.rosor
voir, cutting the1 ground enough to let the
wator out Then thoypoured coal oil on tho
lock and, the keeper's house, burning it up.
One hundred morel men went to Tate's and
ihL6Ther remaining lock, burning them up
With dynamite. No locks remain on the
"Wabash cdn'nl, and tdob laV refgrisi supreme.
Tho people of Doflnnco and Paulding Coun
ties call oti you to protdfct Stato property.
. k ' ' "E. SquiBB."
Another telegratn from Defiance signed
by C. A. Fllckinger, convoyed the same iii
forniation and asked protection. Similar
telegrams camo from Frank Eagle and L. B.
Peosloo, tho latter saying that effective
measures should be taken to preserve tho
state proiwrty and tho public peace. Gov
ernor Foraker at onco took cognizance of tho
matter, and thoro was a consultation with
tho war department Adjt Con. Axllno
Was telegraphed, and is on his way to tho
seat of war. The Henry county militia has
been ordcrd to DeHanco at once, and are
now getting thoir guns in order. Other com
panies of Toledo and the immediate vicinity
have been, ordered to be in readiness.
The governor has issued tho following pro
clamatiori: "Nqw, therefore, I, Joseph B.
Foraker, governor of Ohio, do hereby call
upon all said rioting and evil disposed per
sons, to desist at onco from their unlawful
actions, and to disperse immediately to their
homes; and I hereby warn them that failing
to do so,' thoy will be immediately compollod
to such a course, so far as tho protection, re
pair and preservation of public property of
tho state is concerned. All persons failing
to. observe and comply with the commands
hereof will do so at thoir peril."
Telegrams were sent to C. A. Fllckinger
and others convoying tho information that
troops had been sent to aid tho civil authori
ties. The sheriff of Paulding county was re
quested to make an official demand for help,
Flickinger was -ordered to at onco begin re
pairs, and to warn all disturbers that thoy
interfere at thoir peril.
Tho Paulding reservoir trouble is of long
standing. Tho Paulding county people con
tend that it is a nuisance, and tho Goycr
bill' of last winter to sell it caused a tre
mendous racket, involving the entire canal
.There wore repeated throats by' Paulding
people tlint thoy would destroy tho reservoir
with dynamite, and thoy havo made their
threat. good. However there is now no fear
of any serious outbreak from now on.
Government Distribution of Trout.
Pittsbuko, April 27. The iish commis
sion's social cor No. 2 passed through tho
city this morning on route to 'Washington
City." It was in charge of G. H. H. Moore,
who has just compfotod his first trip of tin
year through Michigan. The car was .sent
to the hatchery at Northvlllo, Mich. , last
January; A. largo number of California and
lake trout wore collected and distributed
throughout Ohio, Indiana and Michigan and
a number of the southern states. They were
tho finest trout' that havo yet been distrib
uted by the commission. There nvere be
tween 10,000 and 12,000 of them, which rep
resent 100,000 eggs, showing how difficult it
is to raise tho trout ready for distribution.
A large number of white fish also were dis
tributed in Lake Erie, 'Ontario and Michi
gan. Hermit Hobbed of, a Fortune.
PiTTsnuRQ, Pa., April 27. "James Nixon,
an old hormit, living near Ilanuonsvilie,
Butler county, who had no faith in banks,
was robbed ' several days' ago of $5,800 in
cash and . government securities, which he
had secreted in his house. One day last
week ho, was decoyed, front his home 'by two
men, who represented that they were real
estate speculators, and during his absonco a
confederate entered the house and secured
tho treasure. Nixon did not discover his loss
until to-day, when he reported tho matter to
the police.
Murder or Suicide.
Clearfield, Pa., April 27 John Ham
len loft Phillipsburg yesterday, accompanied
by a dlsreputablo woman named Annio Fos
ter, of tho same placo. Last evening ha re
turned "without her, and said that she had
coaxed him to elope with her, and that when
ho refused to do so she pulled a revolver
from her. pocket and shot herself through the
brain. Parties went to. the. place designated,
and found her lifeless remains as stated. Thn
public opinion is divided as to whether it wa.i
suicide or a murder. - Hamlen has been ar
rested: WuUon's latest Proceeding.
" CniCAOQ, April; 27.-6. L. "Watson, tho
young man who married Lillian Snnvely(
tho Sterling heiress, after a week's acquaint ,
tances, Ief.t her .in. Chicago whllo ho took' an
eastern trip, and lost her, was fined ten dol
lars and costs by Justjco Meech this morning
for carrying concealed weapons. AVatsoi.
,ocq5cl ajmaanaraed Davfdspn! df .having
alienajfod , Mrs! 'WatoaV ffectris, and
meeting hJm'dhUhe street yesterday slapped:
hlmand' invited him to fight a duel '
Distillers' Scheme CotU Them 810,000.
PsontA, 111, April 27. Fell, Swnbacher
Sc Company, distillors, have settled their case
with tlo"govorhrabnt? in which' thoy wore
charged with brooking tho revenue laws iu
tho matter of refilling barrels. It is said
that tho affair cost them nearly $10,000.
A SeiMutlonul Shooting.
dT, Lours, April 27. News has just
reached th'ts city frpm Jefferson City, Mo.,
that in a fight this morning between State
Auditor Wclker and ox-Judge Henry, tho
latter was shot in the breast Whether tho
wound is faUd is not known.
The Dig Five t Atlanta. '
Atlanta, Ga., April' 27. The members
of-the interstate' .commerce commission ar
rived he'ro early this morning, and will hold
a meeting to hear petitions for exomption
from the ojporatian of tho long and short
haul clauso. .
Falling to Fully AcooraplUh the Brutal
Act, He Nearly Severs Hit Head With. a
Butcher Knife A Similar Crime Com
mitted In the Same Tlolntty Recalled.
Cincinnati, April 27. Tho sig"h't of a
woman leaning from tho second story window
of No. ild Sycamoroi street, with tho blood
flowing from two gashes in her head this
morning at 5 o'clock, conveyed to the horror
Itricken neighbors but a slight Idea of the
torriblo tragedy which had been enacted
within, and tho still moro torriblo ono which
had boon attempted at tho samo timo, but
which fortunately failed. Tho houso in
question is a two story frame, situated di
rectly Under tho shadow of tho hill, on the
lido of which, in full viow, stands tho house
on "Walker street in which tho torriblo murder
of his defensolos3 wife by the brutal Pat
Hartnett was committed but a few years
kgo. Horo bos resided for sevoral years
Henry Hoile, aged thirty, with his wifo ami
two children, aged throe and five years.
Last summer Hoile began to show signs of
lof tenlng of tho brain, and grow so bad that
ho lost his situation. His father sent him to
Michigan with his brothor, whoro, after
trpcndlng a couple of moaths in travallng, he
returned to this city, apparently greatly im
proved in mind and health, no soon lapsed
into his old spells of mental dorangomont;
and at times caused his wifo and family
grave apprehensions as to thoir safety.
I This morning at 4:30 Mrs. Helle was
aroused by the peculiar actions of her hus
band, who was pacing the, bedroom floor in
an agitated manner. Ho appeared to be
seeking something. She sought to calm him,
but her efforts only appeared to infuriate
him, and render him a raving maniac. He
( pushed her violontly to ono side and glared
at hor with fiery eyeballs, liko a vrild beast
Remembering only tho danger of her two
tittle ones, one of whom wan lying asleep on
the lounge in tho room, .tho brave littlo wo-
man continued her persuasions to get him
back to bed. Ho flung hor aside again, and
rushing to the cornor of the room, picked up
a hatchet and proceeded to knock the fur
niture about with it
.Tho poor woman made an effort to reach
hor sleeping child and carry it in safety
beyond tho roach of its crazed father. Ho
chased her from tho room, however, and
turned toward tho child. She rushed in nnd
tried to grasp his arm, but he was too strong
for her, and aiming a murdurous blow at
hor head tho weapon striking tho back of
the head, cutting the scalp open to the skull
from which tho blood spurted out?. She
ftaggered and was about to fall, when he,
probably imagining ho had done his work
thoroughly, turned to tho slosping child and
raised the hatchet above its innocent head as
If about to strike it With a scream, the
mother, forgetting hor own danger, throw
herself beneath the descending weapon with
her arms raised to protect herself as best she
could. The edge of tho hatchet struck her
on the top of tho head, and would havo split
her skull wido open had not her arm broken
the force -of tho blow, as it received tho
handlo of tho hatchet aero a her wrist As
It was her heavy hair and tho broken blow
laved her from instant death.
Throwing open the window above tho sofa
on which tho child roposol Mrs. Hoile
Kreamed for help. Her screams appear to
have orousod Hello to his senses somewhat
Ho hesitated, dropped the hatchot and fled to
the kitchen, appearing in thn bedroom a mo
ment later with a huge broad or buteher
knife in his hand. "Without offering his wife
further violence he drew the keen blade
across his throat and with a quick movement
' nearly sawed his hood from his body, and
fell to the floor with the blood gushing in
torrents from tho' awful wound, just as his
father-in-law, Mr. Moyers, who had beon at
tracted by tho scroaming of his wife, ap-
' pearod. At tho sight of her father Mrs.
UeJl,e swooned and was carried to his apart
monta. When Mr. Meyers returned to tho
room Hello was a corpse.
Coroner' Rbndigs was called and viewed
the remains. He also examined Mrs. Hollo's
Injuries, and pronounced them not new
larily fatal of themselves, but regards her
condition as dangerous because of hor ad
vanced pregnancy. "The suicide has sover.t.
brothors in tho food business on Water iuiJ
Waluut stroote.
The attempted murder of Mrs. Helle
boars a striking similarity to that com
mitted by Hartnett, who, whilo laboring
nndera spell of insane jealousy, murdered
his wifo with an ax in a house just due
iquaro up tho side of the hill bock of HelloV
rcsidenco, and at precisely the same hour of
tho morning, and also in tho.piese'n'ce of hU
ihildren. Hartnett, however, mode no at
tempt at suicide' but was captured and hung
for his crimd
Two Thounaml Miles on a Tricycle,
Louisville, April 27. --G. V. Mason and
wife arrived; lere, yestbrdayj having ridden "
Dn tricycles rrotn their piantattpn near nqw
Orleans. Their route was up tho west side of
the Mississippi to Iowa, and from thoro they
wo passing through to Chattanooga. Thoy
have ridden nearly 2,000 miles, averaging 80
miles a day. They will take tho cars here,
Mrs. Mason had suffered with severe inflam
matory rheumatism, and trioyclo riding was
recommended by her physician. She Booms
entirely cured. ' j
No Cholera In Mnzatlln.
San FnANCiaco, April 27. Louis E. Tor
rez, tho governor of Sonorra, Mexico, baa
tent the following dispatch to tho Bulletin:
"Roportd about cholora in Mazatlin and
Guaymas are entirely unfounded and absurd.
Theso porta havo nevor beon in poor sanitary
condition. Will trace originator of such
(also and malicious reports and prosecute hlni
before the courta to tho full extent of the
taw for damago and harm intended to our,
community.' i
Nova Scotia and the "United States.
Halifax, N. S., April 157. In tho pror
Inchlol assembly lost night Attorney Gen
eral Longloy gavo notlco of a resolution
which he intended to introduce at a . f utura
day, expressing tho desirability of unre
Itricted, commercial Intercourse between
tfova Scotia and the United States.
Dreadful and Fatal Flro Disaster 1
ritUburgwrua Victims.
PrrrsBuno, April 27. One of tho mort
disastrous fires in this vicinity for some timo
broke out this morning in Willis Brother
grocery, cornor of Lacock and Corry streets,
Allegheny City, entailing loss of life, besides
injury to sevoral peoplo and the. destruction
of considerable property. Tho building,
which is a four story one and tho largest, La
the neighborhood, is used as a grocery by
Charles, John and George Willis. Thoy and
their mother and some roomers occupy tho
upper stories.
Shortly after 1 o'clock Mrs.. Willis was
awaked by a crackling noiso nnd tho smell
ofsmoko. Arising she Baw sparks coming
up the elevator in tho roar portion of "tho
building. At once she alar mod tho initiates
and at the samo time, peoplo on tho outsido
discovered tho fire and gavo the alarm. Tho
flames spread rapidly, and before tho engines
arrived had gaine d great headway. A num
ber of peoplo were known to bb in the burn
ing building, and the firemen immediately
ran ladders to tho various storios of tho
building, whilo the policemen turned thoir
attention to brea king in tho doors unci fight
ing their way to tho rooms of tho unfortu
nates. Upstairs, bowlldored by tho smoko and
flames, wero Mrs. Willis, Miss Olivo Willis,
Miss Mary Willis, John Willis, William
Eborman, employed as a driver by the firm;
two Greeks, named Hoggitzrun and Prol
lerizen, who work for tho Greek American
Candy company, and roomed in Wio build
ing; Fred Shultz, an omploye of tho firm;
Charles Willis, George .Willis and Miss
Sqphio Boles. Theso poopl'o wore tho first
thought of by tho nremen, and never
has tho Allegheny department done better
Tho smoko was thick and hung through
passages and hallways in clouds so dense that
a lantern gavo no light; to open a window
from ono of tho ladders thrown up against
' tho building was to moot a cloud of suffocat
ng vapor, hut into it all both firemen and
olicemon plunged. Somo fell and had to bo
raggod out, but they managed to push on
until tho third floor was gained, and tho work
of rescue was bojrun. Tho heads of tho
frightened woman woro envolopod in cloths,
and thoy wero carried out all uninjured, ex
cept Sophio Boles, Sho could not lw found,
and almost from tho first was looked upon as
lost One of tho most appalling incidents of tho
flro was tho jumping off by two of tho pooplo
from the building whilo the firemen wero
fighting their way up stairs, and an awe
struck crowd stood on tho strtoU gazing up
at tho burning building. William Eberinnn
appeared at tho window on the third floor.
He was too far gone to shout, but ho was
eon, and tho crowd yelled to htm to bold on.
A ladder wont up nnd a man hastily started
to help the suffering man. When the res
cuer had reached tho second floor Eberman
was soon to lurch forward and then como
down with a rush. Whether lie foil or
jumped could not be told, the movement was
so quick. Ho fell on'bis head and suoulders
and was picked up unconscious,
I Ono of tho Greeks, Hoggitzrun, a power
ful, well built man, was the other victim.
His room was on the fourth floor. Tho
bravoty of a man in tho crowd probably
aved his life. Tho Greek had noised him
self on tho sill, looked at the flames behind
and the pavement below, and then made ono
wild spring from tho silL Just as his body
ihot downward a man from the crowd ran
forward and with arms outstretched caught
the falling body. The forco sent him to tho
ground with the Greek, but tho latter's head
, hit the pavement and it is thought his skull
w iracturod. The man who bad run this
risk for a stranger disappeared and tho
Greek was carried away.
The fire held on stubbornly and it was half
past 3 o'clock beforo it could be controlled.
A search of tho houso was then made, and
tho bodies of Sophio Boles and Fred. Schultz
ware found on the fourth floors. They were
(till in bed and had evidonly suffocated to
death from tho smoke.
The, injured, Eberman and tho two rooks,
wero removed to a hospital, where thoy are
nflw resting easy. It is fearod,.howover,
that Eberman und Hoggitzrun will . not re
cover. Tne fire is supposed to have been
caused by an explosion of, natural gas. The
loss is $20,000; covered byinsurnnco,
I. O. O. F. Celebrating. .
Chicago, April 27. The. sixty-eighth an
niversary of tho formation of the Ancient
Order of Odd Follows was celebrated In tho
principal cities of the west and' northwest
with appropriate coremonies. A dispatch
from Iowa, City says over one thousand Odd
Fellows arrived there and participated in a
Itreet parade, which was followed by a moss
meeting pf tho mombers of tho order andt
thoir, frionds. In this city the anniversary
ivasobservod in the oyoning with a colebra
tlon .at Battery D, for which 15,000 tickets.
Kero taken. Tho oration was delivered by
Hon. H. C. Hedges, Grand, Recorder of Ohioi.
Kvlctlng the White Settlers.
St. Paul, April 27 .Tho Pioneor Press
corrrespondont telegraphs that the settlers
held a mooting and resolved to go quietly, out
at, the point of tho bayonet but to return to
their hornes the moment tho troops return to
'Fort Sully. Tho first resolution was exe
cuted, today. When tho troops, nrrived tho
tattlers departed. Tho fear now is that , tho
Indians will destroy everything on the farms,'
In the absence of tho settlors,
lluve Dread Dut JSo Meat.
Richmond, Va., April ,27, A, fow countiea
in tho state havo sent out reports that peo
ple are in need of food. It is said, that thoy
have brc,ad but no meat Whlla this nay bo
true, thoro aro fow hero, who lxsllovo tho re
port Tho pooplo got loss for their tobacco
last year than it cost them to tufso it, and
the crop of wheat was a failure. Iu tho
counties of tho southwest tho tobacco
planters will put in halt a crop of tobacco-
and a double crop of corn.'
- ' '
Acquitted of the Zelncr Mum.ir.
Xknia, 0., April 27. Simon Gerard arid.
Townsend'M. Cummins, on trial horo for tho
assassination of James jollier at Bowcrsvlllo,.
O., last summer, wero yesterday discharged,
both proving an alibi. Tho result was ap
proved with cheers. Zelnor was-shot whilj
seated in tho Cunimim house, talking tor
Cummins' daughter.

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