Drunken Marsh claims he was robbed
asCincm-' i HE "WfcXT KtlL'TB." Lawyer Marsh, ef slsrtwe!!, Was Vet Robbed aa He Tbeazht. Attorney A. J. Marsh, of Hartwoll. was greatly agitated at about midnight Friday. After exhausting every source' of pleasure in this sinftil city he tacked unsteadily into tfurdick's kaloon, on Fifth street, and tried o suck a brandy and sod a out pf the phonograph. phonograph. When he finally eanii to (be conclusion conclusion -that -that the machine ws observing th nniinight law hediscovered thai he had peeu robbed of SKA, He, became iiuisv and ex-trnu-ly ex-trnu-ly ex-trnu-ly ex-trnu-ly ex-trnu-ly demonttrative. accusing the Colored porter. "Joeh." and Oaddis. tue haetuiati. of liaving rohbed him. 1 U ft the ulton s'.rearmg that lie would bring the offenders toji.nne. epu-rday epu-rday epu-rday tnorniiig ha appeared with his rnmplatpt at the ofjiue of tue l.hief of l'olict-. l'olict-. l'olict-. tie C4M aa placed in The hands pf D t (-tiVH (-tiVH (-tiVH t ullalian. lawyer Jlursh iiad ernietitly t'Ufil a very bad plguLand had not had his CioiiiesoiC store tho Tiar before. The de-n-ctive, de-n-ctive, de-n-ctive, de-n-ctive, de-n-ctive, aur a few miittftae' tin work, ois-coverrd ois-coverrd ois-coverrd the mining g-i g-i g-i in lawyer Marsh drawer. To use a prolt-f prolt-f prolt-f iunaf phrae. he baa gtiue aoulh with the stair ami forgotuu about iu U7f Marsh should bave a clerk.