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VEK DAILY UAUtO flULLETlN: SUNDAY MOKNIKU APRIL 27, 1884.
A MANIAC MOTHER,
Driven to Despair by tho Failure
of Hor HiiBbanil to Pro
Mrs. Amelia Barnett Outs Her Own and
Hor Children's Throats With
One of the Little Victims Dies in
Minutes and the Other Two
Easton, Pa., April 2C Mrs. Amelia
lturuelt, wife of a Mr. Harnett of l'hilllpH
burg, locked the (lours of the house this
morula, threw her son Willie, aged two
yours and nix months, on the bed and cut
his throat with a razor. She then
served her live months old child the
name way and gave the ularm. As tho
neignoors rustieii in biie drew a razor
across her own throat and threw
herself on the bed beside the chil
dren. The .oldest hoy died within ten
minutes. The mother and other child
have dangerous woumlsund will probably
die. The family came to I'hllllpsburi;
beveral months iiito from Pittsburgh
.Since then Harnett has not been able to
obtain steady employment, and it is
thought that was the cause of the trage
dy. Mm. Harnett Is now acting In such
a violent maunerthat ix men are required
to hold her.
A Disgrace to Alabama.
Ilt.Ni MVH.I.K, Ai a.. April Frank
James was aeijiutted last eT. tiing at six.
He was cliccred during court by the
rabble lu the room, and when dis
charged held a reception at the hotel. He
was serenaded at eleven o'clock. With
Sheriff Kodgers and Mrs. James the ban
dit left for Missouri on the midnight
train. This has been a very remarkable
trial. Alter the able argument of dov
eruor Smith for the Government, a ver
dict of guilty would not have astonNhed
any one. The defendant's attorneys were
Bolicitous and uneasy until the verdict
was announced. Prominent stiangers
present during the trial assert that the
verdict was a disgrace to Alabama.
Suits AgiiHut a Kmlroud.
Pm.siu icon, Pa., April Two suits
have been brought lu the I'nited States
Circuit Court iu this city by Martha Pier
ami H. F. l-iverllng against the New
York, Lake Shore & Western Hailroad,
lor damages lu sums of 25,nno and $'o,.
Ooo, respectively. Martha Pier was in
jured by a train going through a bridge
near Salamanca, N V. Llverling hud his
spinal cord displaced In a collision while
en route to New York city from Mead
Isaac, Isaacs: Ikes.
Hu.l.siiuito, III., April L'ii. Isaac Mc-
Lain and Mrs. Mary Ann Iviacs, both of
Montgomery County, were married this
week, furuishing the curious circumstance
of a man marrying his own mother-in-
law. Some time ago McLaiu married a
daughter of Mrs. Isaacs from whom he
was divorced. The divorced wife Is now
living with her mother and her divorced
husband, who now becomes her step
Frank Jamas Returns.
Jkkkkhsun City, Mo., April :'!. It is
learned this morning that Sheriff G. W
Hodcers. of Cooper County, has been In
Huutsvlllc. Ala., throughout the Frank
James trial with a requisition for the de
fendant's return to thatcounty to answer
to an Indictment for taking part iu the
Otwrville train robbery. The requisition
was Issued March !.", but had been kept
ouiet lest it might have some c fleet ou tuu
Maksiuii., Mo., April M. The Short
horn sale closed In this city last evening.
The sale vesterdav amounted to i:!.4n,
both days sales, 100 head, amounting to
2;i.570. lie t ween '.00 ami .00 siock men
were present yesterday.
Nkw York, April 23. The steamship
Or.'sron sailed this mornim:, having on
board Bishop M. J. n'Farrell, of Trenton,
and Hishop L. K. McMahon, of Hartford.
They go direct to Koine to visit the Pope.
Mn.lame l'atti and Siguor lcoliul were
ulso among the passengers.
Beheaded by the Car.
LaSai.i.k, Iu.., April M. Hans Hroem,
a mere hant from Davenport, la., had
his head severed from his body by a pas-
Henger train on the Chicago, Hock Island
l'aeitic Itailwav in this city this
morning. He had an accident insurance
policy in his pocket for issued iu
Chicago last nigiit.
B00NVIU.R, Mo., April A telegram
lved this morning from John t.
kodgers. Sheriff of Cooper County, at
Hutitsville. Havimr: "A verdict of not
iriillfv- evervthing (). K." It is thought
James will be brought here for trial at
once. Prosecuting Attorney Shackford
started for Jefferson City last night.
Gi.ucckstku, Mass., April 2('.. The
schooner Oresa arrived yesterday with
two of the crew of the schooner Waehu-
sett. Thev had lost their vessel while
attending trawls and had been in a dory
seventy-live hours without food or water.
Cincinnati, ()., April 20. A sentence
of indelluite suspension against Nelson,
Prim & Co.. prominent gralu dealers,
was pronounced to-day by the Chamber
of Commerce on a charge of uiimercantllo
Indicted for Killing a Lunatic.
J!kw York, April 2(1. Thomas Brown
and "Farmer" Glynn have been Indicted
for the murder of Thomas Ritchie, the
lunatic shot and killed ou Ward's Island
Kii'lJCY, O., April 26. Gus Cahall, a
farmer living near this place, while suf
fering from delirium tremens, shot, and
it is thought fatally wounded a colored
man, a farm baud of Cahalll's. The
weapon used was a heavily charged shot-iron.
Representative Reagan of Texas Is dan
General Von Moltke will retire to his
estate lu Silesia.
Heavy emigration from Ireluud to Can
ada Is anticipated.
Bismarck Is preparing a radical revision
of the constitution.
Postmaster-General firesham has gone
to Florida with his family.
There Is a clear passage through the
Straits of Mackinaw at last.
It Is proposed to close the general de
bate 011 the tariff bill May (i.
Colonel M. 11. Muekie, of Philadelphia,
is mentioned for Minister to Berlin.
Two men were killed Friday by a
boiler explosion at Liberty Centra O.
The Greenback Convention at I. -nil,
Mass., Wednesday, was a slim gathe ig.
There were 1st; failures In the United
States the past week and twenty-one ill
The McChesney jury In St. Louis
brought In a verdict for two years In the
The German Minister of the Interior
will soon submit a bill for repression
of the Anarchists.
A Congressional Investigation of the
management of the Soldiers' Home at
Iaytou is asked for.
A subscription has been opened in Lon
don for the benellt of the sufferers from
the recent earthquake.
The St. Louis olllclals return from
Chicago favorably Impressed with the
cable railway system.
The Hollaud Parliament has passed a
bill demonetizing one-sixth of the silver
coinage of the country.
New Interior pools between Columbus,
Dayton, Cleveland ami the seaboard have
been formed by the Trunk Line Associa
A confession of Rugg, the negro ar
rested f.jr the Maybee murders on Long
Island, was admitted In evidence against
him and he was convicted.
The District of Columbia Republican
Committee is going toiuvestigatecharges
of bribery iu connection with the recent
election of National delegates.
The Toronto i;U,,t says there is danger
of serious trouble in Manitoba, and
points out the risk incurred by failure to
give redress for wrongs complained of.
The women of Belleville, III., becoming
Indignant at the laxnes of the street
cleaning service, went at it Friday and
gave one street a thorough scraping. The
street superintendent despairs of reap
pointment. l'KOJI WASHINGTON.
The Hennepin Canal Frozen Out.
Washington, 1). C, April IM. The
culmination of the fight to get the Hen
nepin Canal iu the River and Harbor bill
is expected lu a day or two. The com
mittee has its bill practically finished,
now, except that it is to hear the Missis
sippi River Commission this alteruoon,
and must decide whether or not it will
admit the Hennepin and other canals to
the bill. Chairman illis and other
members of the committee are outspoken
against it, and as the bill has already
growu much larger than was originally
Intended, it is very doubtful If the canal
tluils many supporters aside from Hen
derson and Murphy.
Inspectors May Inspect.
Washington, D. C, April 26. TUe
Attorney-General has rendered a decision
ou the question of duty on Sumatra to
bacco, in which he holds that Customs
Appraisers mav examine packages of leaf
tobacco when they suspect It was packed
with the intention of evading the law,
and that thev may separate the classes-
contained iu each package and assess
duty on each separately.
Washington, 1), C, April 2C Mr.
Reagan's Texas colleagues lu the House
who visited him this morning are alarmed
at his condition, ami consider his case
very critical. He suffers much pain and
has severe rigors. The surgical oper
ation has not proved as successful as was
TKXAS RIVKIIS AM) HAltnORS.
The Committee on Rivers and Harbors
this morning decided to allow $250,000
for the improvement of the Galveston
harbor. It aNo made several other lib
eral allowances for Texas rivers and har
AI1 I.TKRUTOS OK KOop.
The House Committee ou Public Health
has begun an investigation under Con
gressman O'Neill's bill of adulteration of
food, and will hold a session for this pur
pose during the recess of Congress.
VAN HORN ROl'TKO.
Van Horn was ingloriously routed In
his tight for the scalp of Dr. Robinson,
the Liberty (Mo.) Postmaster, of which
something was sent two days ago. He
yesterday sent several letters to Senators,
asking them to hold up the case a few
davs longer, saying that he would ask
President Arthur to withdraw the uoin
ination, but was surprised later in the
day with the information that the Senate
had In executive sessiou confirmed Kouiu-
son, and there was no longer any oppor
tunity for a withdrawal of his name.
t 0 11T Y -E I G 11 Til CON U U liSS.
Washington, 1). C, April 2U. Mr.
Cox, (of N. Y.) asked unanimous consent
to take up and dispose of the Senate reso
lution authorizing Knsign Reynolds of the
Uuited States Navy, now on the Greely
expedition, to receive the decoration of
the Royal and Imperial Order of Frauds
Joseph from the Emperor of Austria, for
gallantry in saving the lives of the crew
of an Austrian bark.
Mr. Robinson, (of X. Y.) complimented
the gallantry of Knsign Reynolds, and
said he was ready to vote him the thanks
of Congress, lie could get from the
Government of the United States honors
which these ribbons and nonsense were
fur below, lie w ould only consent to the
consideration of the resolution 011 con
dition that he may be permitted to speak
ten minutes, to which others objected and
the resolution was not considered.
Messrs. Hutchius, Randall and Calkins
were appointed as members of tho Con
ference Committee on the Naval appro-
priation bill, and Messrs
llolmau and Horr ou the Post-ollice bill.
The House then proceeded to the con
sideration of the bill to remove certain
burdens from the American merchant
marine and to encourage tho American
foreign carrying trade, commonly known
as the Diugley shipping bill.
Hello Remesa (lier name was Initial, but
Iny had not a pretty bound), the charming,
hazel-eyed K"'den hair fairy, was engaged
to be married to Dr. Itegiuald Bander.
The wedding was to take place Christmas
Eve, and grand preparations were being
made, fur it wus to be tho affair of tho
One evening iu October, the doctor, after
pulling Ids bride's youngest sister's ears to
his heart's content, suggested a late oyster
supper, and for some reason which we would
find it difficult to explain, carried home au
oyster shell from the repast.
The following morning he found it hi his
jxicket, and while resting from his profes
sional work, amused himself by thoroughly
scrubbing it. " Hut few of us know how
beautiful au oyster shell is," said he.
"As beautiful as Belle?" asked his friend
and former classmate, Doctor Codine, who,
while lying on Bander's operating chair,
lead the latest medical journal.
'No," said Dr. Bander, as he continued
to admire tiie shell.
'Nor as eloquent" ugain said his friend,
in a teasing tone.
"Which'1 asked Bander, ambiguously.
Condiue continued his reading as Bander,
Uiechauieally, jioliahed his shell. Suddenly
an idea presented itself to him which
seemed amusing, for he smiled as he glued
a rihbdb to the baek of the shell, and upon
its face he painted the word "Snooper."
He ornamented its wdges with a narrow
rim of gold, and then hung it on tho wall
of his office, among the paintings and ar
ticles of bric-a-brac, most of which he had
collected on his travels.
When he had finished his little ornament,
bis friend rose, looked at it and said:
" P.egy, what Is a snooper!"
.Dr. Bander, without changing a feature,
or manifesting the least annoyance in his
" An apparatus designed to make fools
The "Snooper" was forgottoii by tho
time Miss Belle entered with a message
from her mother, asking whether Kegy
would have time to dine with her that
While Dr. Bander proceeded to write,
Miss Belle "set things aright." The ele
gant little dust broom which Belle had
given her future husband, was whisking off
the particles widen had settled upon his
books anil ornaments, as she talked to him.
Suddenly blie stopped, touched the oyster-
shell upon the wall, and read the word
" A snooper, dear, he answered, " is
an apparatus Uosigued to make fools ask
She did not laugh, but quietly laying
down the duster, before he could under
stand her actions, she had left his office
and a moment later he heard the street
" Belle, dear," he exclaimed, but his
voice was full of misgiving. The door
closed, and Dr. Bander understood that
something had disturbed the pleasant en
itugemeut. His efforts to continue writing
proved futile. Belle's silent exit spoke
volumes to him. lie cuuid not convince
himself that the matter would blow over
as si uii as he might wish.
The entrance of patients for a while gave
bis thoughts other directions, but his office
hours were hardly over when he deter
mined to call on his bride and either laugh
away the affair or if he should fail in this
much as he disliked the idea he would
Ho was adjusting his gloves when his
eves fell upon the "snooper," and women
would say manlike he tore it from the
wall, and opening a window threw it out
and was sorry that it did not break ou the
Siowiv he entered his cab, and was
about to order the coachman to drive
Kemesa's house, when a messenger handed
him a package. Ho opened it, and found
all bis presents to his bride, even to his en
He did not observe the messenger pick
up something from the street, aud smile
as he carried off the "snooper" with him;
but returned to his rooms and gathered the
pretty little ornaments his bride had given
him, made a pack of them and sent them
to In r without a word.
The two apparently gayest people at
all of the balls and parties during the entire
winter wtra Miss Uemesa aud Dr. Bander,
yet they avoided each other as skillfully as
they did the questions of their lvlnti les and
friends. Soon all ceased to speak of the en
gagement and by spring it was only re
membered that at one time they Lad been
promised to each other.
Again Christmas approached, and Dr.
Bander had not eaten an oyster 111 that In
terval. He worked harder than ever at profs
sionnl matters, and was appointed surgeon
of the hospital.
A fair was to be given for the benefit of
the institution, aud of course he must at
tend. Bander went, and I was victimized in the
usual way with grab-bags, rallies, votes for
the prettiest lady, tho most popular physi
As his purse grew light, thoughts of go
ing home presented themselves to him,
when he noticed a large number of people
in one coiner of the hall, who seemed to
struggle towards the center and leave with
a small package, which each one opened
w hen alone and laughed at the contents.
He approached the crowd, and without
being able to elicit the cause of the com
motion, was pressed to a pagoda, within
which stood Belle, who, with perhaps ever
so slight a tremor in her voice, said:
" Good evening, Dr. Bander. How many
will you take! Only 25 cents sach."
He handed her a dollar and she quickly
returned him four little jeweler's boxes,
upon which was printed, " To be opened
when alone." The surging crowd pushed
him off, and as soon as ho was free he
ojiened one of the boxes and drew forth a
circular, which read as follows:
THE ONLY ORIGINAL SNOOPER,
PATENTED, COPYRIGHTED AND CAVEATKD BY
Directions: Hung the snooper by its rib
bon in a conspicuous place in your office or
pnrlor, and all who see it will ask: " What
is a snooper!"' Then you must answer:
" A snoojier is an apparatus to make fools
ask questions." This inevitably produces
the liest of feeling among all concerned.
Note If the suoojier should break, ycu
will have lost the sum invested.
1. S. No discount to the trade.
P. P. S.-Coll again.
Beneath this circular upon some fine cot
ton rested an oyster shell, polished, cleaned
and painted as the one ho had hung in his
office on the lost day that Belle had been
there. The blood rushed to his face, and
his tirst impulse wus to throw the boxes 10
the floor and leave tho hall; yet a mo
ment's consideration convinced him that ho
could take advantage of this opportunity
to speak to Belle.
He attached the shell to his buttonhole,
like a bouquet or a decoration, and re
turned to the pagoda.
" Miss Remesa, is it allowable to wear a
snooper in this manner!"
She betrayed not the slightest emotion as
she took a tiny goldeu shell from her
bosom, ion which the letter R. and n.
were ejitwined, and deftly fastening It to
his seat f said, "No, Kegy."
An hour later they entered the sittiUK
room of Remesa mansion. Belle's parents
started asjif frightened whon they sow them.
Alter some inomeuts conversation Mr.
Uemesa said: "Now, Reginald, will you
kindly tell us the cuuso of your incompre
hensible separation from Hello ("
The doctor answered, much iu the man
ner of a schoolboy confessing a peccadillo :
' A snoo)er."
Mrs. Uemesa turned to Belle and said :
Perhaps you will explain what divorced
you lor a wholo jonr previous to your
Belle blushed, looked at the doctor, at
her purents, and as she cast a glance at the
floor seemed to find the answer there, for
she quickly said: "A snooper," and seemed
glud that she had given expression to her
"A snooper: vhy, what under heaven
is a snooper! " both asked. Before they
could answer in rushed Belle's younger
brother, and boy lil.o roured : " Just think,
ma and pa, Belle's made a fortune for tho
hospital, selling oyster-shells aud calling
them" he saw the doctor. "Why, hello
Keg what in tho world brought you
The doctor smiled now as he said : "A
The younger brother-in-law grasped
bis hand and yelled, "Hurrah tor the
Mr. Remesa arose, and with all the dig
nity of a well reputed wealthy merchant,
" Have you all gone mad! Charles, will
you have the kindness to inform me imme
diately what a snooper is!"
Imagine the consternation Charles' an
"According to directions, 'a snooper is
hii apparatus designed to ninko fools usk
The old gentleman glared at his son, then
at the rest of the family.
It was near midnight when Dr. Bander
returned to his oili.-e, and there found Co
dine, who greeted him with:
" Bander, do you know what you are;"
"A very ordinary mortal in your eyes,
' No, you are a snooper;" and for some
reason they embraced, not like Spaniards,
but really hugged each other. Codiua
found his breath first, and said:
' Lander, when is it to be ("
'Christinas. And you will b my best
man. Belle told me to nk you."
And Christmas it was. It seems that
somehow the cause of the separation had
lieci ine public, for the majority of tho
presents were eleirant and imitations iu
gold and silver of the snooper.
Reader, make a snooper and show it to
your sister-in-law. When she asks the
question, answer according to directions,
tiid then it would be well to remember that
you have an urgent appointment some miles
But, after all, is there such a word as
Convince yourself by looking on page
1,2.11 of Webster's 1'nnbridged Dictionary,
and if you don't rind it I am sorry for you
und for Webster also.
When the Mood incomes disordered by
the poisonous and acrid humors of disease,
the j 'ints and muclrs oi the body are fre
quently the medium by which this condi
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stiff r r trout rheuma'i.rn and neuralgia
will gladly lemn that Athlophoros, the
new i-pei'itic, yoes to the seat ol disease,
drives these foreiyu suhstsDces from the
blood, and puts sn end to pain. L'-ss
th.n ope bottle effee'ed a cure in the cusu
of Mr. Wro. P. Cowan, of Trenton, Mo.
Tl c People's Remedy lor biliousness,
constipation, piles, sick headaclie,jiundifu,
&c, is Allen's Uilious Physic, a pure vege
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At all druggists. (fj)
The well-known strentlieDiiiu properties
of Ikon, combined with otl.er tonics and a
perfect nervine, are lotind in Carter's IroD
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood ami complexion.
Look out for Your Head !
No mutter what part3 it may firj'illy
affect, catHi rli always star's in tho head, and
belongs to the head. There is no mystery
abi ut the origin of this direful disease. It
benius in a neglected cold. One of the
kind lliut is "sure to lo better in a few
days." Thousands ot victims know how it
is by sad experience. Ely's Cream Balm
cures colds in the head and catarrh in all
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the condition of the teeth w hen discolor
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th ond nutursl whiteness. The odor ol'to-bi-cvo
and that still more onVnsive one to
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and the turns vitalized by this line dental
tonic and renovant.
in ARKANSAS AND TKXAS.
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Mountain and Southern Railway, Ti xas and
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Great Northern Riiilroud, are thousands of
acies of the choicest farming and grnzirir
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To those purchasing land owned by
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allowed for money paid for ticket or freight
ever the Companies lines.
H. C. Townsknu, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
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