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Crimes And Casualities

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Henry Adamson of Porter county, Indiana, awoke froin a sleep one moming to find his entirely gone. A Freneh merchant, the victim of several defaulting cashiers, now advertizes for "a oashier as honest as possible and paralyzed in "both legs. " More trees were b own down in the late storm, which wrecked the telegraph system throusfh Southern Oregon, than dufing1 all other storms in the history of the state since it was disoovered. Philip Baumgartner, a prisoner arraigned in a p.ílioe court in New York city on the charge of bigamy, has been married three times. He claims that each of his three wives presented him with twins. After a burglar in a San Francisco clothing store had packed up two valisps of goods he carne face to face with his reflection in a large mirror, fired five bullets into the iinage, thinking" it was the watchman, and barely escaped before the arrival of the policeman whom his shots sunimonecl. Mrs. Lizzie H. Perkins, daughter oí Captain Thomas Harward, th patriarch of Brooklyn, who died at the age of 106 years, ivrote her own will, s!to had such a distrust of lawyers. She died in Paris in November, 1891, leaving about $150,000, mostly in charity. Twenty-sis lawyers liave toeome )nixed up with the will thus far, and no two agree about it.


Ann Arbor Argus
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