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THE REPUBLIC: SIOXDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 11)00.
LOVE FOR BARBOUR
HER ONE PASSION.
Aunt of Miss Helen Suulliptle le
" fends, the Wounded Sill's
PATIENT NOW CONVALESCENT.
liullet I'ired bv Her Lover Extract
ed J'Yom Near Her Heart
His Parents Objected tei
Wi"-1,r!r,';5fl!K.S ft Wtf
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0m? CIGAR Wk
APriceisV. Quality is XW
Bfeuaranteed pure Havana fillerjj8k
iand free from artificial flavor. M!ffi
JJoLTz,(LTai:Kco. WM Ai STIGKKEY SE6AH C0.M
BECTIOS OF THE KEMAJNINQ WALL OF THE STREET RAILWAY FOuTR TTOrSE, GALVESTON.
ADDITIONAL LIST OF DEAD
SENT OUT FROM GALVESTON.
Galveston. Tex.. Sept. 15. Following Is
an additional list of the dead In Galveston
not heretofore sent out:
AUGUSTINE. TASyUILA. ad wife.
AGIN. GEORGE, and child.
AI.BEKT.-ON. A.. vvlf ar.d two ehlKrn.
ALEXANDER. ANNIE and CHRISTIAN.
ri.lldrtn cf THOMAS ALARA&
ALPIN. GEORGE, and v.tfe
AMUNDSEN'. EiLL wife and children.
ANDERcON. L. and wire.
ANDERSON. NED. wife and two children.
ANDERSON. AMANDA (colored).
ANDERSON. MRS CARL, and four children.
AN1SEN. MRS FIMNn, and two children .
AR1KTHOM!. MRS DOHA, apd four children.
AMEANZA. CKI'AIA YL KjTKlt.
ALAWAY. FKEU and fmnlly
ERAWORD. TREU and family.
BOGOTNE. MR?. KUA.NCIS. and eon.
I5UKKE. J. G. and wire.
Jlt'RNS. MARCO, wifo and four children.
KOV.VERWLLi:. MBA ANTONIO, and two
BALLIMA.N. GL'S. IRENE and JOHN
JIAR.Es. MRS". LOUISE.
BARRY. lllii.. ai.d fix chlldrei.
BAUCH. WILLIAM, wife and two children.
KELL. GEORGE, wifo and four children.
BELL, MlSs MATTIE.
HELL. HENRY (colored).
BEROER. THEODORE wife and children.
BERGMAN. MRS. G. J., and daughter.
BLACKSON. baby of William.
BLOCK, son cf Charles.
BORDEN. J. M.. and w.f.
BLUM. tsAKAll AND JENNIE.
B0RNKEE9EL. T C . of United Stafx
Weather Bureau, wife and child.
BOSKE. MRS. C1LUILK3. and two eon.
t SRADLEY. MISS ETHEL.
BRANCH. ALLEN (colored).
EHAKDIES. FRITZ. wife and foor chlldr'n.
BRiTTON. JAMES (colored).
BROOKS. J T
BROWN. ADOLni. wife and two children.
BRYAN. MRS. L. W . and deuKbter.
BUCKLEY. HELMA AND BLANCHE.
SOURKE. J K.
BURRELL. ELVIE. and two children (colored).
BUREEU MRS C (colored).
BAXTER. MRS. GEORGE, and two children.
CURTIS. JANE, two children and her rnother-fe-law
CLEAR MRS. DAN. and ftve chiUren.
CHHlsUAN. PAUL, and wife.
CLAN. IAT. wito and three children.
CLEARY. MRS LEON', and child.
CLEVELAND. GEORGE, and wife.
CLEVELAND. ROY and SENECA.
CLOSE. J. M.
CLOSE. COLEMAN MANDY. nnd child (col
bred). CONNELL. WILLIAM.
COOK. W. S.. wife and children.
CONNELL. MRS. IIOltTER. and two daujh-
CORT Infant cf F. L. (colored).
CRAMER. MISS BEFSIE.
CREDO, child of Anthony.
CROMWELL. MRS. and three dauKhtera.
CUNEO. MRS. JOSEPH, from New Orleans.
CURTIS. MRS. J C. and ono child (colored).
CURTIS. LULA (colored).
CUSHMAN. JOHN HENRT.
DANIELS. MRS F.. three glrlr. ore eon. two
DAVIS. ANNIE N.
DAVIS. HENRY T. (colored)..
J5ELANO. ASA P.. wife and children.
BELT. M . and two tons.
3EMPSEY. MR. ard MRS. ROBERT.
TilXON MRS LOUISA, and children.
DINSDALE. wife and two chll'iien.
HUNTER. MltS , and daughter.
E1RKS. HENRY, and fauill).
DITTMAN. MRS. P.. and son.
IONOHUE. MISSES ELLEN and MARY, of
Ellca. N v.
COLL. GEORGE W.. and wife.
DOLL. FRANK, and foully.
BORE. . tan old Frenchman).
BORE. GEORGE. Jr.. wife and two children.
GARRENE MR. and JlRtS.. and two children.
DORaLT. B . and f-mlly of live.
DOTTO. MIKE, wife an! tlx children.
BRECKSM1 riL II.
DREW. H. .V
BlXANT. FRANK. Sr.
., CtATON. MRs DELAIDE.
BLXhjNu1TlH, JOHN and PINKEY.
DARKEY, JOHN, wife anil daughter, BELLE.
IlERHAKD. F.. and wife.
BthG. MRS. KATE.
. J.EL. WILLIAM. ile and eon.
EDliONDiON. U E.
.EDGERr. iKLD. and father.
OTE-3 prizes of Greenbacks and Gold
will bo pa.d fcr truthful letters regarding
Jenence in coffee onnklns. See htace
J"U In this paper Oct. 3d. headed "More.
Bojes of Hold."
if you miss the paper, write to the Pos
m Co., at Battle Creek. Mich.
EICHLER. MRS. K.
"HOWARD. JOHN, and four children.
HOLLO. JOSLPh, wne and two chiUren.
ENGELHART. J.RS. LUDWIO.
ENGELHART. O. C.
E'ANS. MRS., and two daughters.
EVERHART. J. H.. wife, and MISS LENA
FKRRELU MRS, wife cf reverend, and thiee
FALKE. JOPEFH. an I three children.
F.UVETTE. MltS. ROBERT.
I'EIGLE, JOHN. SR.. a:.d wife.
FEiCLE, JOHN. JR.. and daughter, MabL
FLANARAN, MRS MARTIN, and child.
Foreman, mil-, mamie, casds, Tuoii-
A. AMOS. WEbSTKR.
FRANK. MRS. At GLSTA.
FRI IDOLI. . w.f and sen.
FRUILAG. . and ton. IIARF.Y.
FROHNE. MRS. CHARLES, and two children.
IBin MRS. W. H.
FItYKR. I1LVS1E HELL.
T.WYNN. MRS D.
GORDON. S-CL.. and mo children.
GABELL. Mil. and MRS. (colored).
GAINED. MRS. TILL E J., anrj two daui:htr.
OALLISHAW. ti children cf'the lite Jamei
GARTH. JOHN AND GUSPtti
GENSEN. frur children.
GEORGE. First S reeant Battfrj u
GEORGE. CHARLES, and wife.
GORDON. ASKER. and baby.
GRANT. FRED IcolPred).
GRANT. MMIE E (cilored).
GOTHEI MRU FRED.
HRL'MHERG I.IV NDER. eupWJ to b--l-nc
to ltfe-sainff titlcn
IIA.VO, three oMldrf-n cf MrB. K
1IAUVN. GEORGE W.
HALT.. JOE. and family.
HANSEL. DICK, wife and thre- children.
HARRIS, wife anl three children cf Thcmas.
HARRIS. iy- t. lf,- an, onc chiM.
HARRY. MRS icolor'-d)
HARRIS. MRS W. M . tnd Poll
HAYES child of .".lr. Eia. of T.ilor Tei
IIELENSTEIN. JOHN JR. (child).
IIELENSTEIN. W.II'HIE AND LILY. chiUren
HEMANN. MRS. R. M.. and child
Hi.ARER. MARTIN, w'fe and rn.
HOCII. MRS . and three fciu.
HOLL.VND. JAMES II.. wife and ron
LIB and fandsn OTIS.
HOLIJ"I. MRS. JAMES
HOLMES. MRS. icJlo:ed).
HOLMES, child f Hi RA 4cdlorr,.
HIT.NER. EDWARD ard ANTOINETTE.
HCuIU.S. MRS. MATTIE.
HUGHES STUART C.
HILL. CHARLEY (eolured 1
HI S-.ZA. i'll-HLi:J. wlf nnd four children.
HY1IAC1I. CHARLES, and son.
JA1X3ER. MR AND MILS, and two children.
JACKSON. J. 1 . JIRS.. and tu cMUren.
JAMENECK, ED. wife anj two ihl.drrn all
JASPER, twochlllrcn of I'EHRY (colored.)
JEFFERBACK. MR. AND MRS. At'GCSTA.
JERRET. J, wife and four children and
JONES. FRANK. nn and FRED (colored).
JONES. MRS MATILDA, and daughter.
JOHNSON. I'lrrER w.e nd jn ihildrtn.
JOHNSON. MRS. I', ad chlldicn
JOHNtoN. P. I.. and children
JOHNSON. MRS. GENEVIEVE, and djugh
tir. JOHNSON. W. J., wife and tno children.
JOHNSON. MRS. DKN. and threo children.
JOHNtON. MIKE, wife and child and moUiT-in-Iaw.
JOHNr-ON. MRS 11. E.
JOHNSON. A O.. wife and six children.
JCNEMAXN. CHARLES, wlfp ml ds.uKhur.
KFNKER. WILLIAM. Blfe and child.
KACE. MIta JOHN, and four children
KENNEDY. TENTON. wife anl three chil
dren. KEMP. PEARL (colored).
KEMP. MRS. tcolored).
KERIaN. MR and MRS. PAUK
KING. MRS. (coloredt.
KING. ROSA J. (colored).
KNOWLES MKs. JOHN, and family.
KRE2A. JOSEPH, wife nnd three sons.
KURPAN. l'.vn and wife
KAISER. LOUIE, wife and three children.
KEIli.ER. MRS. FRED, and two sons.
KEISS. MRS. JOHN.
KE1SS. MISS JUDIE
KhISS. 5IRS. LOUISE, and four children.
KEIFFLER. wife and daushtr.
L-CKEY. MISS PEARL.
LACI-o;!-. MRS., four children and daughter
LAFAYETTE. MRS., and two children.
LAPIERCE. JAMEA wife and live children.
LARSON. II.. and two children.
UVSHLET. MRS. DAVE.
LAUSEN. Ai;GUST. and three children.
LAWSON. MRS. W. AND MISS OR 1MB.
LAWSON. MR. AND MRS., and chil-L
LEGEE. three children and Mrs. Liille.
LEE. CAPTAIN G. A., and wife.
I.EMIRA, jO-vril. wife and four children.
LEON, and two children.
LESLIE. MISS GRACIE.
LEWIS. MRS. C. A. (colored).
LEWIS. MRS JAKE, and six children.
LEWIS AGNFs iccl.Wfd).
L1NDGREN. JuIIN. wife and seven children.
(Ml-. Llllle. eldest, saved )
LLO)l). RUCK, nnd wife.
LOCKE. MRS MARY
LOCKHART. CHARLES MR3 . and two chil
dren. 1AJSICO. .MR3. F., daughter, three children
LUCAS. MRS. WILLIAM, and two sonv
LUCAS. to children of Mrs David.
LUCAS. JOHN, and tno children.
LLDKE HENRY, wife and s,n.
LUDEWIG. IZ. A . and tnothT.
I.I'MitKRO. WILL AND LENA
Lt MHJ-.lt. GL. wife and nine, cl lldren
L1NOH. JAMES, ai.d vlfc.
LYNCH, r.l). and fainllv.
L1.-T1.R. . W.
MltXl.lt. JOE. and chtliren.
MINN. MRS S. H.
MiCAULEY. J. T, and wife.
MACK1.IN. W. L., wife arl Hire tilldren.
MAI DY. MRS., and daughter (color, d).
MATSON, GRACE, and three cJiildren (ol
orcd). 1 RTIN. JR.NK. wife and ton.
MAQ1 ELLE. MRS. I'AUIJNIi
McAMISH, S S.. wlf and two dausht.rs.
MrALGlllMt. IRA (colored).
MiCULIX)UH. A. R. (olcred).
MeMA.NuS. MRS. U. H.
McMILL.N. MRS. M. J.
MoNEAL, MRS., an.l I aby.
McMjl, Mltf. JAill, anl child
MiPEILIs. Rife and tu children
M I'HERSoN. ROBERT (color's!).
MOULEY. MRS. JOHN.
MEUNA, MILS. JOSEPH.
MEGNA. ehlld of M ke.
.VONKEIX.. JOHN, wife and Ave children.
MER1C. EUGENE and mother.
MKRIi-, JOHN, wife and liiidren.
ME.-LEY. -IlARIiTTE (isjlore-l).
MEIER. Clillls. (Miln,-)
MILI.hR. wife and s,x children.
MOHAN. JAMES, and wife
MORROW. Jilts., and four elilldrtiu
MOORE. MRS NATHAN.
MoOKE. ESTELLE (colored).
MORLEY. DAN., and wife.
MORRIS HARRY, nilc and thro children.
MORTON. HAM.MON. and four children.
MOTT. 11. I'.
Ml WAIIV. two rh Idren of J . of Houston.
.i uf:.ia.j( iii;. wjuisi
MULI.EfK. HENRY, wire and child.
MI"NINE. MI MER1A.
MLR1E, MRS. ANNlE. anj dausMer.
MYl-R. HERMAN, wife a..d t. n WH.Lln.
MYLRS. 311K J, and one clilld
NAPOLEON. HENRY, wife and sliter (ce.I
(ATS. "HARLOTTE (colcred)
(I-OWD. I J.
()'Ki:i:l'i:. i J. and wife.
OTlllMiX. A. .1. and wife
OSTKRMAYER. HliNRY. and wife.
O-fHAcGH.NNESY, ATOlNETTE. PAU
LINE. PERRY. MRS. II. SI., and ,n CLAYTON of
PI ESNTTT. MRS. FRED, and three children.
PAETZ. MRS LENA.
I'ASKALI AFGIT. and wife.
I'ASHELXG MllS. IjOUISA.
I'AMIi:iG. J IK. E. and thre chthlren
Rl GAN. MRS. JOHN J.
REVGAN. W J , and w.fe and three children.
REIN, wife and l.iuEhter.
REINIIART. AGNES and HELEN, daughters
RHONE. LULU U Icolored )
RICHARDSON. S. W.. ar.l wife.
RICHAMIIERES. .MRS IRriXE and bcOiy.
RILEY. MRS. W.. aril tno chl.dr n.
D1MMEL1.N. EDWARD II, and wife.
RHYMES. THOMAS, wife and two children.
RICHFORD. HEN. and w'fe.
IIOEMER, C C. and wire.
ROEMER. ELIZABETH, wife of A. C.
ROEHM. MR. and MRS. WILLIAM, and two
ROGERS. BLANCHE IhJNAI.D. niece of D. B.
ROsS. S-jenr-ed.l child of MRS. ROSS cf Hous
ton ROSSE. MRS. L, and three i lilldrcn.
ROTll. MRS. KATE, anl three ihlldrcn.
HOWE. J RS . mid thiee chlllien.
RI'DDER ROREUT. wife Jnd four children.
PAL'LY. MR AND MRS.
PAYSEE. MllS HENRY, and two children.
PEK1Z MRS CAPTAIN J. J., and elle't and
joi.rK 't dtiieliter'.
PEI.LEN7.E. MRS. and mother.
PERKINS. ALBERT (colored).
PERKINS. ARTHUR (colored).
PERKINS, wife and grandson (cnlnrrdi.
PETEItsON. K. C, wife and ohil.l.
1'hrrERsON. MRS. J, and children.
PETTI 1 W. B.
FETTINGILI.. W II. and wife and three
KOPf. WALTER IV.. JAMES and NORMAN
PILFORD. W, Mexican Cihlo Company, and
four children. MAUDE. WILLIE. JACK and .
O.FOWVICH. JOHN, nd four others, unknown.
QUINN. MR. THOMAS M ; QUINN. JOHN,
ROCKrORH. WILLIAM, and wife.
RYAN. THOMAS, wife and chill.
RALEIOH. MISS LELIA.
RATnSSIVU. A, and wife and three cldl-dren-
RATT1S3EAU. MRS". W. U. ard three chil
dren. RI7DGER. C. wife and child.
RUHTER. A, mother and father.
ItUHRMOND. PROFESSOR, wife and two
RUST. HENRY, and three children.
KEDELLI. ANGELO. wife and fcur children.
6ANFOED, SOUTHWICK. wife and child.
iCHMIDT, Mrs. F and son. RICHARD.
t- iiMtur RK'HMin J
SrllNFlPEH. J I . H" u"d elT children,
b' HOOLKIEI.D. loMorel).
S- HOOI.FIELI'. I'AAC.
SCHITIE. JAi'K " '' end two ciillJnn
HtlilTZE. MR. '"' V1KS.
MoTT lll'GII o-"r. d).
Ul." WAIX'i: ! U-.Iiue.li.
l-EATS SARAH N I" lotcll
sh t nmvii'k. n,IJ
t-FllFU LIZIE. .
tllll El, MhS. JAI1HS .ltd s-.n. JULIUS.
SLIXAS. Mil-!. E. 1NN. LUCILLE. CECE
SEIVERT. JOHN an! wife.
s'HAl'EE HKN" " UHl (wo i-onr
SJiLltMAN. ALBERT .-Il.lli;i:. CHARLES
shl.l.TuN. MRS KJIJll. and, tn. children. -
SMiTII JIM. ;r 7. nchtir.
!1VMI II.I.E. K t: -'-l wife (,-eored).
.M.I Ellll N HAT II. IF.
M.AY.nN. MRS llhll P. .ceiVrcl'.
S KE1I I, wtte rftn t ' .. rhil.liTTi.
ST. KNS. I-RANK. LC. . .Ii.KoLIi wlxl ED-
R1'. - i" of J T.
rTi,.ltr. AI'IAIN P. and famllj.
ST1MMAN. KOI. Kill, wife dnd child.
S11 RAI E. NH K. anl f.imilv. eiept ure.
STI.I KliAt SEN. MRS.
KTR. Niv. w 1 1.1. i A.M. n'f.-anl sir shlldren.
- M l DkN. ( LARA dS'lo M.
8WK1MI.U'II. ch.ld of A.
swi'Kl.U moth. r. and three sSters ..f Johi
Si I. ES-IEIt. MtS
S1....VS. oci club i hi ef II. a.
TilOMAS. MlsS DAISY.
TA INETTl, ANTOINETTE.
TI.RIiKlX. MHS. e' . and foar ehiUen tcol
ored) THOMAS. NEWELL and MICHAEL.
Ti.OMl'SON, MR, tnd w.fe and thre- chll
dicn. Tlll'UMAN. MRS. (colored).
TlGGS. UW'NA. and dauahter (colore.1).
TILSMAN. ROI.ERT. wife and five children.
TI.NHl sll nrd tamiij.
TI.lCkHAi SEN MRS
TROST.V1AN. MRS. and three children.
TtiKI.ll. MR. and MRS, unl one child.
TURNKR. MR. AND MRS.
I DELU OI.IEIl . fe a-.d children.
1 ML. Jilt) CllRlsroPHER. ana six chil
dren AN. Mili". MARY.
MNING, M.s. ANNIE, and four children.
MsCAVITCH, M.GDALBNA. dlUKhter ot
UEMI1ERG. O. M. wife and flvo children.
WALKER. LOUIS D.
WINN MRS. unl grand-MM.
WALL.CE. SCOTT nrd E .RL.
WAKE M!l. I111.IE (Cl'.r..l.)
WADE HirrTIE and huro.iid (colored.)
WALKFN. SAMUEL, sen of . II. (rvlnrcd.)
W LKEIL MltS. II. V.
W LTEP, MRS. CHARLES, nnd three chil
dren W AIcERS. GFF.
W RINU MR (colored.)
W RItN. MARTIN.
W TKRS. three nephews or JAMES.
W TKIS. chl'.l of I"
W Ti'N, JUlKlE, wife and two chlldr'n.
WFBRrl:. MRS, r.nl family.
WEUER. W J. wife ami two children.
WESTER. GEORGE AND JOE.
WIDVAN FRIT,; wile. Paul and mother.
W E1S PROFESSOR.
W I.fH. MRS.
WESTAWAY. MRS. GEORGE.
WESTERMAN". MRS. A.
WHITE. JAMES, wlf" and Ili
WICK 13. LENA.
W1I.KE. C. O.
WILDE MISS FREDA.
WILLIAMS. MRS MARY.
WII.SON. MERTHA (colored).
WITT C II, wife and two children.
WOOD. MRS R, N.
WOOD. EDDIE ND RURLEY (colored)
WOOD. MRH. CAROLINE and two dtui-liteie
MARY AND KATE.
WUS'-HNACH. M . wife and two children.
YOUNG. MRS, two daughttra and ore son.
GIFTS ASKED FROM CHURCHES.
Vicar General's Letter an Appeal
for Storm Sulferei.
A circular letter from the Illsht Revrrnd
Henry Muchlslepen, vicar Renoral of the St.
Loulr Diocese, was rend in all of the Catholic-
Churches In the diocese eterday. call
Srs on the pastors to have collections taken
up In aid of the sufferer1) of th Galveston
d-stster. The ,vle-t were notlilcd to havf
the collections taken up yesterday, or next
While the -vicar tjenrral's letter cilU at
tention to th. amount of lamap;e djne to
chrrch pioperty tn Galveston as a feature
of th. dl.-ast.r. It N not to be understood
that the money cnected will be u-ed ex
clusively to repair llm elam.ie sustained by
the e'hur.-h In Galveston. The money will
he forwarded to HNUop Gatl.tc.hcr of Gal
veton, who ulll use It at hl .llFcretion.
Ueiorts of colleotlor.p made yesterday will
be received by the vicar general to-day.
Husbands by the Half Dozen and
Funerals of Eighth Wives.
3Iii.K!Ianor I.ihter divorced five husbands
and married the sixth at I'roUdencc, 11. I.,
on December . 1M1 within a brief space
of ten years. At her last marriage four
of the rilvcjeed hinhanda were present, and
the lifth. vvh'i sent :i handsome prcent.
would, hut for severe till c". hae licen
also in attendance.
It is recorded that In loTS Thomas Wat
son, a, native ef Hrant F.rouchton, Lincoln
shire, burled hl tlchth wife; while In the
p'rson of James Hay. who died at Ror
iIimuv n April 2s. i12, we have a ver
itable IHu' beard, for In a loi g life of lol
year- he had e-pousfd no fewer than six
In September. lSt. a Doctor Mary Spencer
of Uourixm. U. tj. A, was married at
Neath. Wales, to her eleventh husband,
tne mo"t slmrular feature in the ca-e be Ins
the ladj's ai;o, which was only 41. Her
llrst marriage took place when she was
A few mo: ths since. In America, a Air.
Drew was married to JIIs Mulr. Eoth
were edderly people, the bridegroom being
Si while the ladj of his choice had parcel
the allotted span of three-score and ten;
they had each had considerable experience
in matrimony, the pre-sent occasion being
the huband's ninth aid the wile's twelfth
appearance at the altar as principals.
Uat ye ir there died at Uiiil.-i-rci.tb. at
the aee of M. a man named Czuczor. He had
been married fourteen tlmi s. and It is said
tbat his death was aci-i lerated by the re
jection of hie suit at Hie hands of a vlioir,
whom he- was desirous of making his lif
It the autumn of lsi one lMerro Du
pont dlnl .it I!ruscR Though he had h-td
but twe-lve wives he hail been married
thirteen times. When nulte a youth ho
had espoused a certain .Marie Uai-lcns.
who. however, provcel fickle and eloperl
with a cousin. Young Pierre re-garded his
l.iss, Willi l.hihionlili rel"n:itf.tn .mil .....-
ce-eded to make either ventures in matri
mony, until, at the age of TS, he had
burled e-levtn wives. A year later he met
a ery nice old lady, whom be courted and
won. to find a few weeks after the knot
was Indlssolubly tie el that he had remar
ried in the nerson of 3Ime. Dobbleacre, his
first love. Marie Raetelis.
Senor Hay Castillo, a Mexican lady, lost,
between the years 1SS') and 1Sj. no fewer
than seven husbands, all of whom, strange
to state, met with violent deaths. Tho
first was- killed In a carriage accident, ths
second was poisoned, the third perished in
u ml' e explosion, the fourth committed
suicide, the lifth succumbed to a fall whllo
liuntlnt;. the sixth was killed bv a fall
from a scaffold and the seventh was
drowned. London Tit-Hit?.
WANTED IN ST. LOUIS.
IJernaru" Beitiunn Tiider Arrest in
A telegram to Chief Campbell from Chief
of Police Hayes of Kansas City announced
yesterday that Bernard Beltman. who la
wanted In this city on the charge of ob
taining money tinder false pretenses, had
Ken arrested in Kansas City and was belns
held. A man said to be Beltman visited J.
L. Taj lor of the JUrs & Haas Clothing
Comrany on September 7 and obtained tlOo
from him. saying he was with the T. T.
Jackson Clothing Comptny of Caruthers
ville, Jlo, and was buying goods for them,
but was temporarily short of funds. On
September 1 he went to the tlrm of A.
Itt-senfeld & Co. and represented himself to
be a buyer -for the Jackson Company there
alto. He was advanced 1150 and gave his
heck therefor on the Pemiscot Bank of
("aruthersvllle. The cluck came back pro
tested and is being held as evidence by the,
Both the Itos-eiifeld Company and Mr.
Taylor have announced their Intention of
Itmili of Spain's Heport.
Madrid. SepL 1C Bank of Spain re
port for the week ended yesterday shows:
Gold In hand, no change; silver In hand,
Increase 71.0U0 pesetas; notes In circulation,
decreased 1,039,0)0 pesetas.
New York, Sej.it. 11. Helen stuUthga.te
who failed In her attempt to leave thl
worll In company with Henry Grovenor
Batt-our. th man she loved, was op;raitd
upon In the rieney Hospital to-day by sur
geons, who successfully removed from her
liicisit tho bullet which isnc had hoped
would reach her heart. The young woman
was Testing welt to-night and will recover.
Friends and relatives, of Miss Southguie
have been tiulck to come to her uefensj.
They realize) the nalLr.il giitf and distress
of the B-erbour fumll), but they resent a
published statement of the Keverend Mr.
Barbour that his son was lureel to death
by Ids unee.htart.
Mr". Pchell. Helen Southcate's aunt, with
whom the girl lUed In Brooklyn for a time,
I.o i Leel IleT str:iy.
"Helen hai alvtays been a ,ood girl, and
she is now suffering keenly as the result
of her ore foils lt Is not just that -he
t-l-iuld be made to carry burdens that are
not hers. In our own sorrow, we have fU
deep sympathy for the- Iteveren-l Doctor
Bxrbour and his family. It M right that
their love "hoiiM blind them to the sin of
Henry B.irbour. but I ittnnot forgive tetn
for attacking tin- e-haraeler of my nlTc
"It has ever bee'ii lln- wav of the world
that the woman should bear the create-r re-
j siiunsIMIIty. Pli- N the ! mpn-r. It N her
e-yes that fuscmitc: 11 is lu-r hand that
jmlrts th. way :-i dcstrui tion. In this case
lii-wevir. Henry 15'irbour suggested the idea,
of nulclde, mid his intl.irnre uj)n Helen
was so great, i-he Ion-il him so welt that
she was willing to go anywhere that he led.
(IikI was merelful to Her-ry Barbour, cuji
pop Helen h-id receivesl the fatal bullet
and his wound had leen otilv disabling, now
i'n.eh more jm ignant would now be the
grief of hl iiiiretits.
IleT lle.llgleiii the IlnrrleT.
"If there is excuse for the words uttered
by the relatives of He-nry Barbour there Is
none ft-r ltichnid Southg.tle and other num.
bers of the la to Bi-hop Southgale-'s family.
In v.hich Helen llveil so many year".
"I will :iv neiw tint my n ece was forceel
to leave the home Into which she had been
adopted b cause of tne eonteinp.ible- atti
tude toward her nssumel by those around
"Helen left the Southgatcs October 1G,
lifts, and went to live wi.h her mother In
a suburb of Denver, where she remained
umll last Pe-eemhor. In the tn.-atit.me
I'ather Kdward Semthgati of Bry.mtown.
M'ei.. entert. into rorripoml.-nce with her,
hoiiir.g to bring alsvjt i rei-oncil at on be
tween her and his family, rather Kdward
Is a eon of Bishop So-athgate by his En-l
wife, who was a Ilinian Catholic, which
ce-ounts for tho fact that ho is a priest of
"He persuaded Helen to become a Iloman
Catholl.', anil It was because of her religion
that Henry Bnibour's father refused to
sanction thir marriage. I was thl- stand
or the father that led to tho death of the
ADVANCED WOMAN OF PARIS.
A douiTialistic Enterprise of the
French Woman Untried Here.
"A elaily political ard literary newspaper
directed, managed, edited, and printed by
women. A woman's Journal for
women, the faithful echo of their feelings,
wants, and claims." was the announcement
of La Fronde at the time of Its beginning.
Two hundred thousand copies of the first
Issue were sold in December. 1K7. Tho
marked ability of the new sheet and Its out
spoken opinions on the right side of public
tuples caused lt to be called "The Times
In Petticoats." The compliment wa eluly
accepted by Its makers, and the prestige of
the. journal has steadily grown. The idea
was adopted with an enthusiastic acclaim
in many quarters, and a dozen well-known
female writers were "ecured as the regular
editorial staff, with thirty more as contrib
utors of signed articles. l.a blonde Is
'our.ded on practice, not theory. The womtn
vho presides eiver "L Home" elepartment
knows w hereof she speaks while sne labors
to deepen the home-loving spirit In her
In tlm compoing-room. n comfortable.
Aell-llghteel apartment, a score of quiet. '
ousy women, mostly young, are at the
ases. and orderly eiuiet prevails. A form
.s being deftly made up by the matronly
forewoman, who Is distinguished among
her kind In France, being the mothe-r of
twelve children. lCqual pay for equal
work Is n steadfast principle- with Lvi
Fronde since its foundation, and thesei
female ccmposltors are receiving eight
francs a day. in keeping with the union
scale of men. As is natural, this office Is
much soug" : hfter by eomtoltors. A
special Interest Is shown In the welfare of
working wome-n. and there Is n department i
for the unemployed. The circulation Is large i
among both female; toilers and women or
wealth, which Is one of the best tributes
n the help being given to both humble and
nigii me ny tne uriiuai t coterie of society
vomen. Throughout the- establishment a
liberal scale of imyment prevails, and a line
-srrlt du corps Is aiiparent. Woman's
AI ev York lloleln.
nKPfllLIO fl'Ee IAU
New York. Sept. IR. Hotel arrivals to-day
Ineiudo the following visitors front the
St. Inils F. M. Sterrltt, T. Mlnlnger. F.
J. Lutz. N. Lutz, C. G. Warner, Manhattan;
Price is V.
ran teed pure Havana
and free from
G. Tenker. M. V-inrIch. J. Gorman. Mur
ray Hill; H. X. 1iudnn. II. C. Haarstiek.
Miss Kasson. F. Frtricl-s. K. J Waisti,
Holland; Vv Grayson. Jr., S. 1'. Vlckrov.
W. Sutton. Imperial; W. M. Haley. V.
Garn-Is. Mrs. (;. w. (larre!. Fifth Avenue;
B. Xug Jut. Jr.. J. M. Browning. Gl ; K.
Welle . Mrs. A. J G. ( IrfT. F. V. Botth IT,
St. De-nis. Mrs. J. Haskln. J. K. McICenm.
II 'raid Hqupre; .1. C. Porttr. J. Glasgow.
Grand Cnion. J. B. Monte. W. Bash. B. ive
dere: K. A. I'aut. Mrs. I.uedklng. Xether
land: A. U Wolff. F. K. Meeks, Savoy; J.
Burketl. I'. J. -novsm. Broadway Central;
H. e". Alieg r. .Metropolitan; A. F. Peah.dy.
HofTmnu. J. A. Carr. Victoria: J. C. Har
vey. Astor: F. H. WiNoi:, JUrllngtuii; J. S.
Harris. Marlleorough; K. G. Smite. Itos-s-iniire;
C A. H.ithaway, St. Cloud; A. T.
Keliev. Jr. radillae.
Knn.-is City J. Melnrflth. Airs. A. Puss
man. Mtirrav Hill: II. Gaylutd. II. W. Kv-an-.
Holland: J. S. Adier. Manhattan; M.
B. Uyil.r. Gerard; W. 1. Costello, Victoria;
A. Ii'iig. Astor.
St, Jos.-pb W. r. Dyer, Albert.
Spnncileld. II!. G. M. Brinkerhoff, Mur
INSANE CAPTAIN KILLED.
Fourth Infantrj Oilicer Attacked
His Own Loinniatm.
Washington, Sept. 15. Captain Charles
McQuIstcn of the Fourth Infantry, regular
army, died ye-stcrday at Mangonone, Ba
coor, Cavite Province, In the Philippines.
His death was due to a gunshot nounel
from a private soldier, whose name is not
given In a telegram that re'.ichesl the de
It apjear.s from the fact.e so far gathered
by General MacArthur that Captain Mc
Qulston, while suffering Iiom a temporary
fit of insanity, attacked! the men of his
ceimpanj. shot one- eir more and was shot
hlmelf by a private In self-defense Gen
eral MieArthur says he will send further
particulars as svion as he lias received th-m.
Capta.n McQuIstcn entered tli regular
army from Indiana as a cadet antl wis
graduated from the Military Aeademv and
assigned as Second Lieutenant cf the Fourth
Infantry June 12. li As rirt Lieutenant
h s.-rvesl in tl.e Nine-tetnth. Fifteenth and
First Infantry and was tranterre-d to the
Fourth December S. lSTd, and pronioteil tt
ln Captain Julv 2S. bK He was aslgned
to the Fourth Infantrj" it Captain January
1. lvj-.i. His home is understood to be la
tho vicinity of Oswego. X. V.
BACK FROM AFRICA.
Boy Who Delive'-ed Message to
Xew- York. Sept. IS. Jamea Francis
Smith, the American District messenger
who dellvrrcel to President Kruger of tho
Boer Itepublie a message o! symjiathy from
the schoolboys of Philadelphia, arrived on
the steamship New York from Cherbourg
He ira? accompanied by Hugh Sutherland,
a Philadelphia Jurist, and was met at the
pier by his father, James Smith;h!s brother.
Ilobert, who also wore a messenger's uni
form: M. W. Bayen-.. superintendent of the
Amerlcjn District Telcgiaph Company, and
everal other officers of the company. Ok
ng to the late arrival of the New York, and
the fact that to-day waj. Sunday, the pro
posed iiariule of messenger boys and recep
tion to the returning messenger were aban
doned. In pla -e of these, a luncheon was
;iven In his honor at the Waldorf-Astoria,
and he then went to his home In Brooklyn.
RACE TROUBLE AMONG BOYS.
Kinniett Grogan, Wiiite, Is Shot in
A light between gangs of negro and white
boys took place yesterday afternoon about
o'clock on a vae-ant lot at Cardinal and
3cott avenues. In the mclec sonubody drew
a pistol and tire-d two shots. One of tho
jullcts s-truck Emmett Grogan. a white boy,
15 years old. liv.ng at No. 317 South Ewing
ivenue, in the right ear.
According to the statements of some of
,he white beivs, they were playing b li em
ho lot and the negreies tried to oust them.
Them was bad feeling lietween the two
gang?, previous lights having been frequent,
and the whites resented the action of tho
negroes. A rough-and-tumble fight fol
Accounts differ as to how the shots were
ilred. One story is that one of the negroes
n the crowd tired them, while another ha-s
lt that a negro man ran out of the rear of
No. DX Scott avenue, and tired Into the
FRANK a CARPENTER
has had a long and excttdlngiy
tttgaging ta,k with LI HUNO
CHANG. It will be one ol
Twenty Notablo Features
In next Sunday's RepubUe ex
clusive brilliantly illu,trattd.
r .'ijuuiitt iuirttf -
Quality is '.
WM. i. STICXKEY SE6AR I
Distributers, St. Louh, Ms.
crowd. This man Is said to be Greeljr
Prinrc. IS years old. who lives at tho above
Young Gropan sxtld that he was not mlxeel
op In the lighting, but was running toward
the place te see what the trouble, was when
h- heard the two rejiorts and telt a bullet
whiz by his head. He did not notice that
he had been hit until the blood begaa to
trickle eiver his face.
First Xational Bank Teller Com
Chicago, 111., Sept. If. George S. Forbes,
a teller In the First National Bank, killed
himself tt-elay at a hotel In South Chicago.
In .i note to his rarents he tnUl he prefer
rtel death to disgrace.
Officers of the old Union National, of
which Forbes was a teller until Its consoli
dation with tl.e Fir.st National a week ago.
say they discovered no Irregularity in hU
accounts when the transfer was made.
Officials of the First National sty that
tho young man was not In a peisitlon which
would enable him to manipulate any ot tho
In his letter Forbes wrote that he had
lo-ened money, and, !elng unable to get It
back, he feared elkgrace.
It is emly a week since he has been In the
consolidated Institution, and this is consid
ered too short a time for the sequence of
event that ended with the suicide.
Forbes spent the morning rending and be
fore eiinner wrote the letter which was
-ound after his death. He registered at 330
o'clock in the South Chicago hotel, asked
for a room, sajing he wanted to rest, and
told the porter to call him in half an hour.
An hour later the landlord went up to
arouse the guest, but found him dead on the
lloor. Near one hand lay a revolver. The
le-ter addrew.1 to his parents was on the
Officials of both banks rar that Forbes
was an excmpl-iry young man.
PEYTON IN MURDERERS' ROW.
Wife, Frost rated, in Kt. Vincent's
Homo at Sioux City.
Sioux City, la., Sept. K.-Fran1v H. Pey
ton, tho confessed slayer of Contractor
Hebson, Is here and the officers and prose
cutors agree that he Is a mysterious per
son. There are some who firmly believe
that he Is Insane, with mania for notoriety.
Thoo highest In authority, however, feel
convinced that he Is the right man and
smart as a steel trap. He arrived last night
in charge of Chler Nelon and Sheriff Jack
son and accompanied by his wife. The lat
ter was taken to SL Vincent's Home for
3'oung women. She appeared heartbroken
and all but prostrated by worry for her
husband. She answered all questions as to
his case with "ta.k to Frank."
The parting between them In Jail when
she left him nnd he entered murderers' row
was very pathetic. The confession made by
Peyton to Chief of police Nelcn has been
strengtheneel materially by corroborative,
evidence. His cemfederate miy soon be
The belief that Peyton and Hammond
were the same was ended when friends ot
Hammond saw the prisoner. The mystery
of the connection between them only adds
mystery to the lnscrutablo Peyton, vvh
acts and talks with tho utmost self-posses-
slon and steadfastly refuses to tallc for '
Prince Henry of IlrMe Dead.
Munich, Sept. 16. Prince Henry of Hess
'died herj to-day.
GIRLS SWAM THE NARROWS.
First Female Swiminera to Accom
plish the Feat,
New York. Sept. 15. Two young girls liv
Ing near Fort Hamilton. In Brooklyn, swam
the Narrows this afternoon, a distance of
two and one-half miles, to Staten Island.
They arrived a bit tired, but otherwise none
the worse for their experience.
The daring maids were May Behr. 17
years old. and Florence West, aged li They
are cousins and expert swimmers. They
were accompanied by professionals, and. as
an additional precaution, rowboats. manned
bv members or the Brooklyn Rowing Clul
followed them over the course. The tide
was at flood-and the girls experienced r.t
discomfort. They are the first of their sex
to make the trip, which few men would
care to undertake, except at flood tide.