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A Horrible Tale That Comes
from New York.
Are Revealed at the District Attorney's
Inquiry. Girls. in Search of
Work Are Sent to Dens of
Infamy and Then Held as
The New York, American says as
an outcome of an all day inquisition
oy Assistant District Attorney Ely,
Deputy Assistant Vandiver and Cuiet
Clerk Henneberry Into the traftiic in
white slaves conducted by a band of
negroes, the head of which was the
notorious Bob Spriggs, saveral arrests
have been made.
Berthe Olaiahe and Hattle Warren
and Cora Caester, the women who are
in the Tombs awaiting trial for tbeii
participation in the cass, were put
through most severe examinations and
it is said, disclosed fasts more hideous
than have yet been revealed.
Through those women Mr. Ely hopes
to bring to the electric chair the men
who, it is believed, murdered two
white women in one of Sprigg's den
two years ago and bad their bodies
buried at the dead ol night in a negro
On their testimony Mr. Ely expects,
to bring to justice the policemen who
for years nave levied tribute on
Spriggs, with the full knowledge of
the tribute on Spriggs, with the full
knowledge of the traffic in which he
These men, it was said on good
authority, were under surveillance,
and as soon as the formalities neces
sary to their arrest have been com
pie ted they will be placed in custody.
The ramifications of this case are
shown to te more and more extensive
as the investigation proceeds.' Already
they have led the probers into the
rooms of the police captains of both
the Tenderloin and Charles street po
lice statior s. Thence they have poin
ted to a number of politicians.
That the men who received the
bribe money were thoroughly aware
of its source was learned from unwil
ling admissions by the police of the
Charles street station.
There it was learned that within
the last few months, since Captain
Balpin has been U command of that
preclnot Spriggs has been arrested on
most serious charges.
To be molested by the police was an
experience he had never under
gone in all the .twenty long years pre
Notwithstanding all Captains Hal
pin's efforts, however, scma one high
er up mysteriously saved Spriggs, and
the witnesses against him were splri
The laat case of that kind was as
late as February 10 last. On that
date Spriggs was arrested on the com
1 plaint of a nineteen-year-old girl, who
gave her name as Mary Boiler and
her address as No. 429 Carlton avenue
Brooklyn. She accused Spriggs of
According to her sworn testimony,
she asked a man 10 direct her lo
. Brooklyn to an address she was seek
, mg. f
| He seemed very courteous and in
; vited hea Into a restaurant for re
? fresbments. She awoke sn what she
ubsiquently learned whs one of
Sprigg's Cornelia street dives, anr1
-aw a negro stanaiug over her. She
^scaped after a few days and fled to
Spriggs when arraigned brought ap
! jarnntly reputable white men to tes
> tlfy in his behalf, and, notwitbstand
I .ng the gravity of the offinse, the
? Magistrate in Jefferson Market Court
1 held him in the nominal ball of 81,000
j for further examination. The date
! for that examination was set for next
i week, Captain Halpin' detectives, in
preparing the ease two days ago, went
to the aderess the B lie girl gave in
Brooklyn, only to lind that she bad
been spirited away.
J Intheoise against Spriggs that
immediately preceded the one in
?vnich Mary Boiler was the accuser,
che charge was an attack on a young
j glrs. Spriggs was then held for
further examination, and was dis
onarged " hen arralnged the seocnd
time becau ? no complainant appear
j He sardun!cally remarked in court
that the "action had been" "settled
1 out of court." Spriggs was arrested
the first time under Captain Halpin's
regime for keeping an illegal resort
He escaped with afine of 8100.
Spriggs Is a big factor in politics.
Ha controls the negro .vote in "Hell'a
Kitchen" and on the lower west Side
and for years was the leader of the
Tammany Hall C lored Men's Asso
ciation, in lower West Tnlad stree
It was hi* irllumce, it is said, rhat
defeated O'Neli, the candleate cf Wll
Ham Astor Chanler for De mocratic
leader of the Fifth Assembly Dis
trict. State Senotor Bernard J Mar
tins secretary. "Joe" Prendergast,
to whom Martin transferred the dis-.
crict leadership won.
That the political "pull exercised by
Sprlggr reached former Police Com
missioner M-Adoo's efflce was dem
istrited b/thesuiden transfer of
I Police Captain Alconcle from the
Cl aries street preclnot to the wilds of
Alconcle formerly was a patrolman
attaohed to the Charles street station.
He knew Sprlggf and Spring's horri
ble trade, was in a position to do so
tie would drive the negro out of busi
In the wh'rligig of time Alconcle,
- I i Tr- - ? - iri*nrfthi?r?mMniffl-M*tiii
has stood the test 25 year
bottles. Does this record
la ^ttmf&Sk Enclosed with every I
street station. Before he had scarce"
ly seated himself Spriggs was at work
and in a remarkably short space of
time the captain was transferred. ...
The man who was! acting captain'
In the Ottarles street station when
Springs was in tbe beydey of his glox
was Sergeant Farrer. *
In connection with the hints of
murder in the dives kept by Spriggs,
it was recalled by residents in Cornel
ia street that about twelve months
ago a white woman leaped fr< m tbe
second-story window of No. 14 Cor
nelia street, tben kept by Spriggs.,
An ambulance was called from St.
Vincent's Hospital. Ttte doctor at
tended tbe woman, but a negro who
rushed out of the house as she fell
cook charge of her, and sending for a
cib, to: k her away, refusing to per
mit the pbjsioian to take her to the
nospltal. She was never afterward
Up to tbe time of Sprigg's removal
from No. 14 Cornelia street a fen
veeks ago, neighbors say it was no
an usual thing to her piercing shriekb
from the bouse almost nightly.
Spriggs, who is a repulsive looking
negro, is about 5 r\ et 7 inches in height
.cad about thirt>-five years old.
He always was well supplied witb
money, dressed flashily displayed
many diamonds and always ' went
armed. He was feared and throughly
detested by all respectable residents
of Greenville Village, who on acc unt
of his ugliness, dubbed him "The
The appalling revelations of the
traffio conducted by Spriggs and his
hand have stirred every minister and
social worker in the city.
The story told by Edna Oileman is
most dramatic She la one of' the most
prepossessing of the women who have
been brought to the District Attor
ney's office since the crusade was be
gun against the Infamous practices, of
Spriggs and men of his kind. Since
her arrest she has been looked up in
the House of Detention as a witness.
Acc jrdicg to her story, she was her
self caught by one of Spriggs's agents
about two years ago, and thence on
ward to the time of her arrest she was
?kept in one or another of the dcz >n
houses which j Spriggs maintains in
various parts of the city.
Eighteen months ago, she said, she
was li in? in the West Twenty-seven
th street bouse, which was taken care
of by the Bennett woman. To that
den one day were wrought two young
and pretty white girls, who had been
lured.to the place by the usual trap.
"For more than a week," said the
Ooleman girl, "they were kept close
prisoners in a dark dirty room. They
cried constantly, and their soreams at
night made the house hideous. Their
meals were thrust In to them, and
they were informed that they would
have to stay in the room until they
dtcided to be quiet. They were told
they might as well make the best of
things, because there was no escape
for them. After about a week theli
grief wore Itself out, and one day they
were permitted to come down stairs.
"This liberty was little better thai
the close confinement to which the]
had been subjected. None of us evei
ever saw the outside street save
through barred windows. Most of the
time the shutters were dosed and the
. blinds drawn. A soon as the two girli
I were permitted to move about the
, house with some freedom they begai
, to plot to escape.
"We who had been there for a loot
. while told them how useless that was
and what dangers they would run i
they tried to get out. But they paic
no attention to us.
"One night they bid in the cellar
and when they thought no one wai
looking tried to escape by forcing i
window. They were caught heron
thev got out and were taken to tbeb
rooms. Soon after I heard awfu
screams, and ran to the rooms to see
?hat was the matter. I saw two bic
' i"-oes whipping the girls unmerc
The poor things were on theli
kneed, begging for mercy, and the ne
groes were standing over them, theli
faces distorted, swearing horribly, and
strloklng them with all their strength.
When I tried to help them I was or
dered to my room. They told me that
if I Interfered I would get the same
"The next day one of the girls died,
and the day following the other died.
A negro doctor was called in, so I was
told, and signed some sort of a certifi
cat6. Then a negro undertaker touk
tbe bodies away at midnight."
Suoh is th9 story. As black a chap
ter of police Inefficiency, Dr wors<\ df
was ever written of life in New York,
It is but one of the scores that an
striking terror to the hearts of fath
?rs and mothers all over the city, anc^
bringing forth from every section a
demand fcr action that will make a
repetition of these outrages forever
The governors of the Clara df
Hlrfcch Home in East Sixtj-third
street have called a special me?tirt!
of their committee for Thursday to
rib cuss the conditions, and olan a
campaign of action. j
G. B RiivhanH it-mill h ?lt? r 4 yparH,
G. B. Burbans, of Carlisle Center, N.
Y.. writes: "About four years auo I
wrote jou statine that I had been en
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles oi
roley's Kidney Cure. It entirely
stopped the brick dust sediment, and
pain and symptoms of kidney disease
disappeared, I am glad to say that 1
have never had a return of any of those
symD'oms during the four years that
have elapsed and I am evidently cured
to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Foley's Kidney Cure 10 any one suffer
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
Dr. A. C. Dukes.
A freight and a passenger train
collided in a snow storm near Bloom
dale, Olio, on Sunday and two men
were killed?a fireman snd a mail
agent?ard 15 ppywr? tvwt> ir jured.
"A do?se In tlm* savrs lives " Dr.
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$ Tasteless Chi]
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f ^H?VJS TO~WUO iff LAW.
And Uolaw.nl tor.Men to Put Hair
If a bill which has been introduced
in the house of the Mississippi legisla
ture becomes a law men will be de
barred from parting their hair in the
middle, no male prior to bis twenty
fourth year may pay court to a girl,
and bald-headed wld wrrs above forty
and rpd headed widowers under tha.
age will not be permitted by law t
pay attentions to any girl under
Bice suicide of the Booseveltiar
brand was tbe sutjict of the bl'.l
which was presented by Bepresenta
tVve Tolbert. The interest dlaplayer
by the members after the title wat
read proved so great that it was fear
tn full, but the hitch occurred whet
tbe question arose as to what commit
tee to assign it to.
Charles Douerty, of Tunic* county,
manager agent of the racing string
of E iward Oorrigan during that tur'
man's invasion of England, mover
that the measure be referred to t e
liquor traffic committee It was Una.
ly ordered to the judiciary committee
Should it become a law wholeaal
changes in tactics used by young and
old lovers are sure to recur Tbert
will be less court iag and flirting anr
more marriages, and according to tbe
author of the bill there will result i
notable multiplication of tbe humu
race. , \
No man will be permitted to part
bis hair in the middle, and before h*
may pay attentions to a girl ho mus;
first gain consmt of the parents. 3.
Will be reouired to make affidavit that
uld attentions are serious and that
there will be no flirting.
Bald-headed widowers over the ag*
of forty or red-headed widowers under
forty will be restricted to courtship
among girls in their home county, past
eighteen years of age. Exception it
made for officers of the state guard 01
to the state legislature, who are de
pended on to use their own conscience
In love affairs.
The measure also provides against
any young woman wearirg glasses be
cause It Is st>)i8h. She must ahu
make affidavit when de&irlig court
ship oral widower that she is receiv
ing attentions with the idea of form
ing matrimonial alllarce, and thai
she will hod more pleasure In frpint
batter cakes and sewing on button
thin in playing with poodles and pet
Provision is made for any couple re
garded as members of the old mald
old bachelor class to have them pre
sented with a bdby carriage by thf
county board < f supervisors and thai
the cjuple will be exempt from all
To the Trustees of Orangeburg:
i It is our earnest wish to donate a
? quantity of the L &M.- Paint tr
your church and every church wher
ever it Is to hi painted,
i 10.000 churches painted with L,
i & M.
f 4 gallons L & M. mixed with 1
i gallon;; Linseed Oil will paint a moc
) erate siz-.-d house.
) Actual ccst L. & M. about 81.21
3 per gallon,
i L & M. Zlrc hardens L. & M
l White Lead and makes the pain
wear like inn.
j Barrows & Peek, Montpelier, Vt,
Writes, ' School house No. 1 pamt
f ed with L. & M ; t^o coats Use
1 only fl?e gJions L. & M- and n)n<
gallons Oil. / Cost of paint, 97h cent:
, a gallon."
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Pearisteiu, St. Matthews, S, 0.
A Ki?l Tragedy.
William The mas, of Sugi.-aw, M'cr
, lean, a member of the chorus of th
. "Wonderland" company performirj
at the Columbia theatre, committe
. -ulcice at Washington, D. C, Wed
, nesday night by drinking carbalh
. acid while the play was in pr gr-s*
I Thomas was an admirer of Idra Goi
dor. a 16-year old girl, al-o a memba
tbe company, and who is said to 11 v
in Naw York. The suicide was cause
by aisappointmentr because she wouh
not raolprooate bis attentions. Aftei
the show was over, Miss Gordon wen
to tbe hospital to which Thomas har
been removed, and on seeing his be d>
??aid: "I did not know be thcut/ht s>
much of me. I did not mean to brea)
*ii8 heart. He mh judged me'
Thomas was 22 j ears old The coup
were in the property room of th
thea re at 8 45. Thomas sat with s
t/oblet in one hancj and a bottle in lb<
other. Pouring oat tbe poison h? *c
cu*ed her of playing with his : ff .
r,lons, and, saving "Gi>obb>, old g.l,'
drank the p-iison b-f re shecoulo otoi
him. The play continued uiiin'f
ruptecily, tie audience not beln^
iware of what rud trarsolred.
Tn>- Brt-ai Ii (it L?H.
It's a significant fact that the strong
est an.mal ef its size, the gorilla, alto
has the largest lungs. Powerful iun^s
means powerful creatures. How tc
kee - the breathing orgaus rightshcu d
be man's chiefest study. Like thout<
ands of others, Mrs Oi a A Stephens,
of Port Williams, O., has learned how
to do this. She writes: " i'hrre bo ?
ties of Dr. King's New Discovery stop
ped my cough uf two years and curet
me of what my frends thought con
sumption. O, it's grand for throat anc
lung troubles " tiuaranle d by J. o
Wannamaker Mfg. Co., drug store .
Will Run Attain.
Former Judge A. B. Porker in at
Interview at Blrm<ngnani Ala., Wed
nesday said: "'I am convinced, k
far as I am personally concerned
that Mr, Biosevelt will ask for tb<
nomination of the Republican par
ty for a third term, and," he addec
' has intended all along to ask for the
nomi nation "_
AGAURANTKKI? CUKE VOR PI?*R*
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Ironing, B?na, Bibeaing, Ptucuainti
Pilrs. Druggists are autnorlzed t<
refund money ir P..zi Ointment falh
to cor? 'r (1 tn 14 i vs. 00?..
ver One and a Half Minion
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MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEM
Mrs. Pinknam's Advice Saves Many
From this Sad and Costly Experience.,
It is a sad but
certain fact thai;
brings an in."
crease in the
number of opera
upon women in
More than three
fourths of flit'
patients 1 y i n g
on those snow
white beds are women and girls whe
are awaiting or recovering from opera
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
plenty of warning in that bearing down
feeling, pain at the left or right of the
abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in
the small of the back, pelvic catarrh,
dizziness, flatulency, displacements or
irregularities. All of these symptoms
are indications of an unhealthy con
dition of the female organs, and if not
heeded the trouble may make headway
uptil the penalty has to be paid by a
dangerous operation, and a lifetime of
impaired usefulness at best, while in
many cases the results are fatal.
Miss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash.,
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:?
"About two years ago I was a great suf
ferer from a severe female trouble, pains and
headaches. The doctor prescribed for me and
finally told me that I had a tumor and must
undergo an operation if I wanted to get well
I felt that this was my death warrant, but I
? spent hundreds of dollars for medical help,
j but the tumor kept growing. Fortunately I
corresponded with an aunt inthoNowEngland.
i States, and she advised me to take Lyola E.
Pinkham's Yegetable Compound, as it was
said tb-enre tumors. Xdld so and immediately
began to impToya in health, and Twas ent?Bly
cured, the tumordlsappearingentirely,with
out an operation. I wish every suffering
woman would try this great preparation."
Just as surely as Miss Adams waa
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her letter, just so surely will Lydia E.
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Mrs. Pinkham invites all young
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advice. She is daughter-in-law of
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five
years has been advising sick women
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time have sold watches to
thousands of her . citizens.
We think we have built up a
reputation for honest deal
ing. Ask Your Neigebor.
2 Our line is complete.
There is no better in the
State for quality, style or
price. You can prove this
for yourself. Call and In
spect our stock; it will give
us pleasure to show you
whether you buy or not.
* Headquarters for Watcbes, ?
? Drangeburg, S. C.
Hay and Grain.
MERCHANTS IN THE neighbor
ing towns, buying Hay or Grain
will save money by buying through
me. 1 represent an old reliable firm
Nashville. Respect fully
1110-4-m Fred F. Pooser.
"PAINT AND PUTTY WILL
COVER. UPA MULTITUDE
OF IMPERFECT IONS"
orkmansliip in a vehicle often
e would rt lirs< consider. This
instructed mainly with an object
ig makes in the country, all of which
l material or workmanship,
ins Harness, Laprobes, Umbrellaa and
ption. County agency for the Rock
lence. Terms to suit purchaser.