Courier Journal Louisville, KY Sept 29 1887

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Courier Journal Louisville, KY Sept 29 1887 - line three-eigbths-inch of he left on Walnut,...
line three-eigbths-inch of he left on Walnut, who and Tba A Batch of Government Prisoner. Deputy United States Marshal H. H. Marrs arrived at the jail last mgbt from Prestous-burg, Prestous-burg, Prestous-burg, Ky., bringing the following prisoners, to await trial for alleged violations of tbe internal revenue laws: J as. Sextou, Martin Bates, Spencer Dicksou, John Kvendge, Jane Collins and Luelia Bentley, of Letcuer county; county; Win. B. Smith and A. A. Amourgev, of knottoounly; VV. L. Weddington, of Floyd county: George Fugate, of Breathitt county and Joseph V alker, of Perry county. ' Prostrated With Paralysis. An old man named Peter Burlkraflt, employed by the Kentucky Furniture Manufacturing Company, at FiftTsnta and Portland avenue, was prostrated yesterday yesterday morning while at work with total paralyaia. He was conveyed to bis borne on Seventeenth and Portland a venae, where dT pooahue attsooed aim. TWe ve buTiZLi jni r-J' bla

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 29 Sep 1887, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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