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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1SS8.
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lit tli ml Jioiiunjn or phcii iiiiinin in
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it 7:30 o'clock, M. MoitKUKAD, C.
kUAHi ir.ui'i ;.
AKtfON "TOST, (I. A. II, lilrolM al
Mt(4n Hnllovsry Thursday night.
T II II 7 I. It 1 1 1 1 1. WM. A II I 1 II
LlAM PAIIHONH, ATTOITNKY AT
if, Oinro tlootii Na II, Annocm
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RFAK, ATTOItNKY AT LAW
Btilldlnir.ftwr tliu I'ml-Ollln-.
MINOIt, ATTOIINKYH AT LAW.
-iwr nmt .NHtloiiiil HiwiK. ru
Dll.t...... ram.... k . .... . . ...
-pi'iLiir.ii.. i iwurHri a i law.
ftlrVMI. ll.JI.ntll II III I.m mIIiiu
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talMini:. curiiiTof Mam iiml Webli
K . U'HITL' 4T1inVLVU A T
rtnillvlnn. (Jreunii. uimiiiih 8 hiiiI
tiLIA.NS AND SIIKCKONS.
IJJKTF It, IMIY ICIAN AND HUH.
JIIMlill hrk'uln nrunl r.t
U ttl It lVtn lllltLll1l k a v 1 1
lilt III 4t III lPM iA.l rt." I
(Til. I 'Willi I ui ill I 1 r.iiiri
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. Jim ii niirniiiii iiiui i
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Uti IL'l . . ..
Miirrirr a urt'CIl". on woun
PAKKKS. CONTHACTOH AND
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r-.t... r.miiiiBia rnrniiiiru nil
LITPIIIU . .....-n...... i ui
- in oriieni hi rt-mur irn
'"."n iiiuinnnnii ifnftu. i'ii iiu
"n i n tolld'Hl nnii promiiin
ln'iulrt) at Wut.on A Lu
AW Rnppin in iri-jiirrii a wit
C0 Maker, .tin. mi.iI iiuitl.n Ml..
?"',. Uluckumlth work of ll
i. .. " i"ii manner, nun "
-.viia. .rtlf.ii hp utl.nl nn ffiv
i.BJ,9.WN. HOUriB CAltltlAtJE
v'.u rMi)ii.r. lk.n,i .(Ail. llrvirnn.
'"'Jititrettt. near tviurl mrl.
Dam iti - . r.r
.H. IfM'lr ntwl fhMi.nnii.lr Mil
,11 4 1 " " VHIUHIIIIIVIVI
IneattnvA imi tiAimj All wnrk
"""miu. i irtir. .it
' "DPltAT. STONE AND UltICK
Onrtl r i ' . .. . ...
VEAL1 IMtOlMUKTOU UK
.11 I rail. 1 . r
E... 'uieiiiu, urfgon,
"J'uo Umuabil KlnaW
L,-;JM"'li PBOPUIETOIW HZ
MTdlti. ' !n wlue llqnon. ai a
"1 tlrtt. nniui.ll. I'V.nri II.1..M
Southwest Corner of Main and Alta Streets,
J. b. "han I TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.
MOItK THO IILH AT IIOSLVN.
A Slitr'litnnliiit Vlrril Mt-lli.lrKrtl In ii
Mc.re .Mlni'M mi Anullirr Slrlkf.
KustAN, W. T. Dev. 'Jtl. T. V. Worth.
IiiKton, formuily HiiporiiiloiKloiit of tlio
niliiCH at Itoolyn, who wan iilvusihI liv thu
inlnuiH of ulwmtliit thi'tn and win called
totit. l'aul and fli-ausl hliiiKulf there, riv
turiUMt to ltoln yi'Ktunlay mid took
ehinue of initio ito. it, wliero "negrocii nro
oiniiloyed, iw ftipurltitondrtit. ist ovon
iiiK' lie wuh htanillnj,' In tho coinianv'H
Btorn, whun four hliota wcru 11 red nt lilm
tnroiiti ino door nmi window, nut none
taking ell'ect ho diuw two levolvoin, hut
could not 8co anyone. Ilo teleKrunhed to
iniuu No. U for Kuatdrt. Tlicro will iirolr
nbly lxi tioublo when he nttuinntH to leave
Kllknhiiuiui, W. T., Den. "0, Nearly
ono hundred mule driven went on u
utrlko nt tho Horilyn coal iiiiueHyeHterday,
eiiUhlui; them to hIiuI down. Mulo dnvern
do not like the new HUoriiiteudcnt, hy
niunu A. Uonuld. They iiIho unk un ml
vaneoof w linen to (!l u day. TIiIh Ih u
hard blow to tho company", tin thoy uro
badly crowded, and licniileri aro away !
tiliid on ordem. not helnu able to vuiuilv
! enough coal for their own line,
DIMAHTKIt ON TDK .SOUND.
Tlio Htemner l.l.r F.rlrk.on lliirne.l, od
I'lvfitr More Mtr.Loil,
A Mtioii .MAUitiKD i.i:n. ! which can be (.eeret-noliody can ever
, , . r ..; ,,. (know It and then I will turn around In
tu i r.,?i l .r;l'1r:,,,,,,,,:lf,l,lTl,,,' llfieen mliiuteH and marry you over-'
u ' ..... , ! ".Mixer ban a mania for divorcers. Hn
hrom I.r8..n I ru.cl oo KYmhirr. j h,,I, if I would grunt htm n divorce, and
bint week the Lxaiulner exhibited a th,.,, nmrrv ,,u ,,,1,,, tmt t would
California iiroiluclion In l ie hhapo of a ; make a better woman out of nilthat I
woman who yan reported to hav .en-, whh Umi lofty and hot-headed. Ho wild
Joyed tho Hweels of live lionevniwai'iiiiil i wo would live hapiilei aflur a divorce and
now a hero an fauioiiH nn tlio heroine of w reinarrliwe.
hiHt week Ih found. ; t ...i.i i,,',,, n,,,i I lmnlil im ii.im.nl
I ho htorv Ih of Oc0rLo II. Mixer and '
-IN TIIK SIIAI'K 0F-
Jewelry, Clocks, Watches and Sil
OF TIIK VKUY J.ATKST STYLKS AND UKSItlNS.
bin llvo wives. Mixer Ih proprietor of
inu xsoveity iron Miikn in ililHcity, unit
manufacturer of Mixer'n , patent "biiniiH
and bunKholcH for beer barielH. The
factH in the cum) buvo been obtained from
M 1 10 pa pern tiled In Mtxer'M null ft rdivorcu
iroin IiIh mtli wile, ami tier mmwer to
Mr. Mixer flrnt married a nice young
mny, w i loco nrci namo wiih .iiciinhh, ui
iiohiou, ami men came to unncou!, leav
hir! her in Cht'iigo for a u htlu. When he
K"t to bo a properoUH ntuKo-drlver, and
afterwanlM u hotel keener, lie Kent for bin
wife, ami in court-c of tltiio Ills family wan
enlarged ny ino i-imi oi tour cinuireii.
Alter iiviiik lOKetner Homo lllteen yearn
trouble arope, Mixer churitiu that the
true .Mixer IjIixhI did not coiin-o throuuh
tho velnn of all their ulleuedotrHitrlneH.
and Mr. Mixer No. 1 left her httfh.iud
and on tho gromulrt of cruolty obtained a
Not loin: after lie found a little woumn
In tliedn'hmnukiiiKliimliieei named S'arab,
Mbitti.i). W.T..1U. .u Ti,nui.,.n.... wlio mild Hho would lie hiri w fe. hi thev
I.lof KrlekHon. bound for Slilnev ,.,.! were married. Thin No. 2 wife had hoiiio
thu hound, cam-lit lire at live o'clock HiIh
evening when hovcii mllf.i from hVuttlo,
and burned to the water'n edwi. Alnnit
thirty pansengerH were nlxxird, and from
Hvtto Feven IIvoh were hint. Tlio tiro
caught from a burHtliiK demijohn of
whisky In tho idiot limine. The MiilrllH
Htrcauied down to the boiler and bruited,
and In a fow minutcH thu boat wiih a iiiiihh
of llames. Tho captain, whllo trvlnu to
money laid awav. and It wax with thU
money Mixer ptircluiKcd tho palent-rlulit
for a lieer barrel lt) iik. f'oni tho manufac
turn of which ho Ih n.ild to bao made the
greater patt of bin fortune.
In llvo or hlx yearH, the Htory porn,
Mixer grew tired of Harah, and procured
a divorce on tlio ground of Inlldellty.
Mixer noxt advertised foru houtiukeeHr
and a pretty youm; lady named Jcnnlo
Wo aro now prepared to enRravo all work ad MonoRramH on everything boiiKht froui
iih, witliout clmrgo.
Ihiylnu our Good In large quantities from different fartorlen, wa urtt
aoie to ten mem citaprr man at l'ortianu ana outer
places, where Jixpensen are hlylier.
Wo have wcurod tho Korvleon of Mr. Hamlin, direct from tho KuhI, who comcK very
. liilily recommended, bo wo aro atiio to Kiiarauteo
IN KVKKY PAltTlCULAH. CALL AND KXAMINK OUK
NEW DESIGNS IN SOLID AND COLD-PLATED COODS.
Corner Main and Court fitrceU,
F. J. DONALDSON.
E. C. & B. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETC.
A Complete Stock of Furniture and Carpets.
- . r vi V f
Stock Covers 5,000 reet oi flooring.
GOODS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
O. and E. M. WHEELER
SUCCCESSOR8 TO FORBES WHEELER,
Toys Toys Toys !
null a life raft for tho panscrn-crH. fell. "'"inJiuUil. .Mixer cour edier. Jennlu
overlKxird. Tho Hteamer then ran.alM.ut r'H 1'nwonauio ami urn two wem
llvo mlleH In a circle without a heluiHiniin '" '.V c . , .
boforo nho wuik. Tim paKKcniierH had . 1U I!"11 'T !"""'
iiuniti uiiii iv'lll lib it'iriuiT, iiii iiiuiil
lluil no Haw In .lenule, but after u brief
period ho longed for a change and treated
Iter with contempt. i-Mio could not endure
thin, .leiiuie diverted lilm, and without
carliiK to iimko a denial, permitted lilm
to get a divorce on the ground of cruelly,
liycoiiHinicd in telling Homo ol
NirH ol tint lllo Hue wan lorced
ANlirilKII IIOl'HKKCP.I'KII OIITAINKII.
No. -I blew In iih an iippllcaiil to Mix
cr'a advcrtlHcuient for a liouHkecpr,
Hint wiih young enough to Ik- IiIh daughter,
and her name wiih Ib'Ha. Hho wax witli
out a home, and wh easily wihhiI and
wi'ii by tho Mixer, and they were mar
ried. Ah uttual, after a tlino bo dcxlred a
chaugu, and went to bU girl-wife with
tho Htnry that be wiih bard up, and the
U'ht thing hlio could do wiih to let him
have a divorce, to which nhe tountiilcd
foraf,')00 fee, he faithfully agreeing to
nieaiitlmo all Juinped overlvianl. The
Hteamcr, Mountaineer, four iiiIIoh dlntant,
hiiw tlio uro ami iiacieneil lo tlio Hcene.
and nicked up sixteen. One man picked
up afterward tiled fiom oxhaiiHtloii ; namo
unknown. Ho raid bin wife wiih drowned.
Tho captaln'H neice, Annie Tollner..rohn l'" , u
NoreiiH, a well known merchant of 1 1 ' , f .1
noy, and Jack SlminonH, an Indian, were ' , ,.im 't,, '
among tho drowned. Tho cteamer, Ska-1 "vo
liitif. picheil up Koven and went to
llie I. lot hrlt'tHoti wiih valued
$t,U(M); no iiiHiiraiuf, The names of the
other drowned were unknown.
Ml!ltDi:il. ItODDHItY AND AUSON.
Ail (lil Wntimii nmi Ki.r (IrHinlaiiii lliirnoil
lo IK'hIIi to Cniirrnl u llulilirry.
Sckantiin, I'll., Dee. 'M. Ilrlef detallH
if u terrible crimo commlttcil at Forext
City thin morning have reached here. A
dwelling occupied by Mrn. I'ricMlv and
her gramlHou wiih discovered in llameH.
ami iIchjiIIo tho ellbifH of thono who went i alwa.iiH leinalii her fileud and tifuld Iter
tooueueii tun llameH, ilia fiructiiro to-. financially iih iHhlJio could.
jelber with Hh content were dentroycd. Itona wiih lH'l M'rvcdwitha huuiuioiih
A Hearch wan mado for thoixrupantH, but and did not np)KMr In com t, but allowed
tlim were nowhere to tin found, tint ill i .Mixer In lirruiiL'n tlm IiiihIiiu.h bliiiHiilf.
looting over thodubrltt their charred re- which wiih dt.no In uipiotlui.ihlu manner,
maliiH were diHcovontti. it ih known tnai ; tlio truuipvtl up charge liolug lulldoii'y
Mrn. 1'riextlv had itiOOO In her imihch- i When iIiIh wan dlKcovered bv the fair
eion, and It ih generally Inilleved hio and , young Hum, on Ap.ll It, lKS;t, him liniiu-
her grantiwii wero inurnereii in oruer lo tiiaieiv iM.-g.iu an aeiiou to nave ino
n'curo IIiIh aiiiiiiint, nmi tlio iinirdcrer net J dlvitrco H't nMdcon the groumlri that it
tlio to I ho prcinlMb to ellaco all traces ol huh acouired liv Inuiil and coiiUHiun,
IiIh crime. : TIiIh iiiovemeut on her part brought
.Mixer to tlio foro with another MX), for
which amount tho matter wan coinpro
mixed. Tho fifth and precent wife of Mixer Ih
named Nettie. .shu camo to .Mixer
Hecoud-haudod. having l.vn lliodlvoiccd
wifiiof J. II, Wjiiian, who Iiiih figured ho
proinlneutlv iih one of thu iiumeroiiH pro
jirfetorHof thu Oakland llmox.
Nettie iiIho caiiiu In the Mixer In re
hp jiiho to IiIh iidvertiseiiiciit for a Iioiiho-
kceHir. Hho hud u llml-iiaHH wardroUi,
A HAD NKDKO,
II Kill it Whllo Mnn iiml WouniU Other..
CiiAiiurrTi:. N. C Dei-. 'J(l. In York
county forty nillea from hero, tfam Hard-
ins, t burly negro, who bun been olfend-,
ingU whlto woman for tho )iaut few
weekn, wiih warned to leave thu county
by a niiiiilxT of whlto men hiHt night
Ilo Hworu vengeuueo. and declared would
never go bv their ordurH, and Ix-comlng
lerrimy oxcucti nu nrovt u ritvoiver r.i.i u..
- . ... . .1 . rpi Mliti iiiici. nnu pmjp. nun iiii.
i "m7ii. i !"" i iu.. wm i, in ngiy
.iiiivn, ...v, ..... ... .......... granted h in, and they wero wedded
otborH. Harding then tied. Oangn of ex- h. . .... .V'.. '. '.. iUu.i
otln.l ul.lln- ,.r i.,.r..,l... tlx. u u-U for I ".' "'V.
. l" ..." ....... ... .. - - - -
AMOTIIRIl TIIAIN KDIIIIKD.
... iD. r.nmaa Wafoni. RookinK Horses
Blocks, Tel wwiii,
Toys Too Numerous to Mention.
.1 t- 3 i ..r.4-V.1r Trtlla
A Full Line of wax ana iuuhbu uuwwo
1'ricen Lower tlma Kver at
OT.rS3.000 N.uurcil, liut IO,00OIq Co Id
Han Fiiancihco, Deo. L'(l. Tho Central
Pacific overland train was liourded by
two tuankcd men lout night. They broke
thu glann doom of tho uxprciM earn and
covered tho rnesHcnger with a pistol.
Tho thelvca Hiicceeded in getting lattween
$.5,001 ami 17,00(1 hut over-looked ten
tboiicand tlollarH In coin in AVcIIh Fargo'a
W. W. Journal! Tho Union Ky: "It
Ih rumored about the city that Hon.
CharlcH lieitscrcr, of the Journal, Ih tho
correiondent of the Ka.t Okeoo.vmn,
under the nom do plume of 'ISfiO.' " The
rumor falno and the editor of the Union
knowait. Twice bavo wo written to the
Kakt Orkooma.v. to uncertain the name
of "JSCO," and twice have we been re
fuwdj but why will tho Union publish a
rumor if there really wan mtch a thing
when It ban resonH toliellevo that It Ih
Jeawe H. Taylor, an old and rewjiccted
ritiren of (landen, Ala., wan hitot
and instantly killed by bin nephew,
Archie Craze, a young man about '.'i
yeawoid. Taylor was trying to prevent
a difficulty between Craze and a man
named lincantcr. when the former
i turned and placed the pistol agalnt
OppOSlte COUrt HOUSe. JTaylor'u head, and hot him dead.
Nettio. it aniK-ara liail Homo money,
and loaned her hu-baiid f Ihx0. and Hie
' pair got on Hwlmmlugly (or mivenil warn.
I when the nhado of another female fell
athwart tlirlr pathway ami cailed a little
cloud toatiiK-aron the horlzen of their
hitherto miuny hklen.
IlcHldeH. wife No. ft proved rather too
fndl to wiiliHtund tho imagii fliti wuh huIi
Jected to, and un a cuiineipionco would at
timcH Im'coiiio neroi h and Irritable.
Mixer atllruiH that IiIh Utile wlfu Nettio
became no Irriiatetl at one lime that nho
pulled hi wliUkera,
Tho trouble tietwceu IIicho Iwu ban
been getting an airing for Hoveral weekn j turned to MrH. Martin and said : 'O, I
ho bad no ttroum h.
"Ho mild ho could; that ho had tried a
liuinlier of tlnicH before and had never
"Since ho Iiiih applied for a divorcu hn
unco took me out riding to near tits
HVven-mllo llouxu and Ocean View. W
wore out of tho buggy. Kitting on tli.
riH'kH, Ho then told mo IiIh purH)Ho wan
to hoc it I would grant lilm a divorce and
accept $30 a month.
out ron A 1)111 YK.
"I Halt), 'I'leawi don't nx-uk of that
now ; you linked mo to coino out for a
pleiiHunt rldo, and it rllca mo up to think,
that you would cimt ino oil' with the tuun
of f:iO a month, ho that you might tak.
up Homo other woman.'
"Ho itiHtantly arono ami Jiimpi'il Into
the buggy, and I mild, '(leorgo, you ar
not L'olmr to leave me heie?' Hut ho did
frighten mo, for he drove oil iih tight as
he could for the dlHtancoofneveral blockH,
and then plucked up, when 1 ran after
him and got into thu nuggy.
"One night be cumu liomo and ripped
un tho carnotH. I ahked him: 'Whv In
tlio world do you want to uiuke nio no
uiii-crnnio Y" iiih aiiHwer wan that ho
tirniioHed to make mo mlHcrnhlo. unJ
after that ho got Into bed and hhoved mo
out, iih UHiial, ami that night 1 nlept on
the lloor In an tidiolning room, locking him
out to prevent Inu annoying mo. Ho
throw my elotheH duwiiHtalrH that nil-lit.
and the nnxt morning 1 couldn't iIivhh ton
he had mo (K'ked In. and In tli h hi ulit
lie kept me for a long time. TIiIh treat
ment made nio Hick.
"Last HonlemlMT ho bought Mrn. Cole-
man'H lodging Iioiimi, M l Hutter stieet.
Ilo Haiti ho would have It recorded in hit
name, which ho did not do. Mr. Mixer
ami Mrn. C'oleimin leeaiim very friendly,
which wuh another Hoiirco oi annoyauc
lo me. I Htioko to him of thin woman.
and IiIh remark wiih; 'Nettle. Mrn, Colo-
matnwill never cotnu between iih,'
NotuitliNtuiuliiiir IIiIh (hue eiiiitliniiil In
be very much together; clllicrrdiu would
Ihi at our bonne or he woultl Imi at her
cuttage. Then Mih. Coleman commenced
Hiiuboiug nut before Mr. Mixer, and ho
Hcuuied to enjoy it, Ono day I heaid
them talking in an nd'olnlng noin. Hio
Haiti: 'I have got to Iiiimi miiiiii money,
ami I have got to bavoiomo right along."
"lleH.ild; 'You hhall have all the
money jou want Mih Colemiin.'
'When I faced him with IIiIh over
heard language, ho said: 'Nettio, never
mind; I am In Mrn. I'oleman'H cjutchcH,
ami I want to get out.' TIiIh iiiuleiliand
work between tho two alhvted mo terri
bly; it broku nio all up broke my
A .MOIININO CONVKIIHATION.
"One morning, nhoitly before I left IIiIh
bonne, which wuh on the Kith nt October,
he woko mo up anil eald: Nettle, I want
to talk to you, Will you do an I want
"I toM him It iloxiilcil.
"'Well.' he wiltl, 'I will piiivldo nicely
foryuii; I will take caie of you, but you
unlet now go. or 1 am a ruined man.'
"'A ruined man uiihwi your wife Ih
nut out:" I exclaimed. 'That Mm.
Coleman Iiiih put you up to thin.' ThU
acciiHulloii he denied.
"He then got up ami went away with
out IiIh breakfast, slamming thu door at
"In October I told Mrn. Coleman lo ro
mulii away from my house, that hIio waa
causing Iroiiblu IhiIwccii my luislianil and
me Hho called me a liar and abused mo
lth her tongue, and said she woultl not
obliguuio; that slut and Mr. Mixer wero
"When Mr. Mixer camo homo that
night Mrn. Martin, one of my IxiardcrH,
who pitied me, sought to sjs'uk to Mr.
Mixer in my behalf, but he pushed her
from him and run ami opened tho front
"I have alwayH la-en in tho habit,
when talking with Mr. Mixer, of nutting
ono hand nu IiIh Ix-uril and the other on
his shoulder, und at thin time when ho
ran In the dor 1 caught him and said;
'George. Union to what Mrn. Martin ban
to Hay,' I wuh In my usual attitude be
"Ilo threw me from hlrn and then
passed out of the door, The hand I had
on hU heard brought out u few hulrs,
which, perchance, hurt lilm a little,
"When 1 saw these hull dozen halrri I
within the closed doom of Judge Wnl
I ace's court-room, .Mixer having etl
tioued for a divorce, which the little wo
man Nettle declare ho ban no right to re
ceive. DOIKiINO TIIIIOCIIII TIIK KKNCK.
During the five days thin case Iiuh Ix-en
on trial Mrs. Mixer testillcd that from
February to October si in lived in rapid ro
tation with Mr. Mixer at Iho Uikin,
Hrudley, Ksinond, ijoltlen Mate, Colon-
nude and DrunHttlck hotels, und 'Am)
lurk street andfiH
a mania for inovin
w ouldn't havudone that for (WW,' ami she
saitl, 'I know you wouldn't Mrn, Mixer.'
till, 'I know you wouldn't Mrn, Mix
said, 'Cull doorgo back,' ami she w
out und trletl to call lilm back,
womtiu i count,
"TIiIh Ih all (hero Ih In that whUker
! arrangement they are trying to make ho
I "Mrn. Mixer told Mrn. Coleman in hi
presence that she might stay in tho
house an long an ho did. Mra Colemuii
! also told mo that I wuh IKhh- in hi
Hutter; that he hail j bouse ; that I had no husincHH tlicro;
about from houso to that I wuh no morn than a beggar on the
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noimi; niai in iimen ne lieeuieii UNiiamcii , surt-i, nun .nr. .tnxer lliliieii, Voil tiro
of theso frcptcnl changes ami shu bud right Vrs Coleman, ou are right; sho
known him to enter at night hy creeping I nothing but a beggar,' and (hen they
through boles in Iho fence. ' loih went out to her cottage.
"1 first heard of thU movement of IiIh , "'1 lib, made mo very sick, anil I waa
for a divorce through Itcubon I.Uijil," alio put t-i bod and theut remulued for ho v
tostuieii. "and then I tared .Mr. Mixer
with the subject and he acknowledged it
Ho said 'lxi iih have a quiet divorce,
er.il iluvii ntnl ii il, u'lur uiu ,. .ll,,.l i.-l...
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'ally Mr. Mixer ts k me to the Jlrumiwick
IIoUso, where I am now living "