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CONTINUED BEFORE JUSTICE
F. M. MAKEIO TO-DAY.
Examining Trial of Fank Henry
And Oeo. OgleBby on a Charge
Ilufe White, was called and testi
fied to action of Henry and Grimes
Just after the robbery.
E. D. Rnssol testified to seeing
Oglesby the day of tho robbery, place
Llv Briniinghnm, testified to actions
of Henry and Oglesby when together
the day after tho robbery.
N. 1$. Itluker, testified: "I know
Frank Henry; I saw him Wednesday
night in front of Mr. Campbell's sa
loon; another person was with him;
they wore talking loudly; Grimes
came to mo and asked protection; he
was a boarder of ml no; I promised to
protect him if I could; I went to the
front door and saw that Frank Henry
and tho person with him wero drunk;
I told Grlmos to go up tho back stair
way to bed; I heard Henry say, "it
would only take two bits to kill the
d d s n of a b hand I will get rid
of him; I do not know who tho man
was that win with Henry; I have
seen him since and can point him out;
I do not know Jlils name; they were
talking loudly, and Grimes appeared
to be in great terror. Frank Henry
said, "I can havo tho d d sou of a
b h out of tho way for 50 cents."
Grimes was seated near my front
door when Frank Henry and the
other person came; Grimes was in
front of Cambell's saloon which U next
door to my place; Grimes claimed my
protection; I went back to the front
door and saw that Frank Henry and
the man who was with Henry wero
drunk; it was not George Oglesby
who was with Frank Henry on that
Robert Brooks, employed at Jones
& Goodloe's, testified to selling Ogles
by a suit of clothes on tho llrst aiid re
ceiving pay in a $20 bill.
Mike Palmo doing business at the
Mlbsourri Pacific depot testified to
changing a twenty dollar bill for
Oglesby, he thought on the night of
W. A. Henry father of Frank
Henry testified that Oglesby came to
him three weeks ago to borrow mo
ney, saying his family was suffering.
Betty Donahue, cook for Mr. Palmo,
and who was onco a cook for Oglesby,
was put on the stand and attorney
Blair thinking her testimony evasive,
asked that she bo held until an infor
mation for perjury could bo filed
THE TRIAL THIS MOK.NING.
Mr. Bill Berry for the state testified
that after tho robbery Henry gavo
him a twenty dollar bill to get
changed and to pay himself a small
debt owed by Henry.
Alexander Campboll for the state
testified to Grimes Identifying Ogles
by on tho morning of the trial as the
man who had robbed him. This con
cluded tho testimony for the state
and testimony for the dofonco was be
gun at once.
TESTIMONY FOIl DEFENCE.
Jerry Sleeper testified, for tho de
fence as follows :
"I know Geo. Oglesby; have known
him a long timo; I am in tho shoe
business;! had some, business dealings
with him prior to tho robbery; he
camo in and bought a pair of shoes
Tuesday evening; I sold him a pair of
shoes; he had money for one pair of
shoos in ills hand In silver and filially
decided to take two pair and run his
hand in his pocket and got the
mouoy and ho couldn't Mud the
amount ho wanted in that and reach
ed in his pocket and pulled out a roll
of money and got the amount he need
ed out of tho roll; In Ills vest pockot
he had two or three bills; he got tho
roll out of his watch pocket; I saw a
$10 bill and a $20 bill; can't say how
much was In tho roll; he paid me
with a $5 bill; tho roll looked to be a
pretty good sized one; I never noticed
tho size of tho bills In his vest pocket.
Cross examined by attorney for the
This was lit tho evening; do not
know the date; it waa on Tuesday
evening of last week; thoro might
have boon $50 or might havo beon 10
or a $100 or more; why I noticed this
is that I spoko to tho boys about It
and said ho is protty flush and I
would llko to got that bill.
Re-cross oxamlned by attorney for
There might havo boon $200 in the
J. S. Crowder testified for tho do
ftneo as follows :
"I know Grlmos by sight; I saw him
shortly after he filled this complaint;
he was talking about tho robbery; ho
said ho did not know who robbed
him; that he couldn't tell to save his
llfo; that ho wns travelling for a
Cross examined byattornoy for the
I never had seen Grimes beforo; he
had never seen me bofore that I know
of; ho never told mo any of partic
ulars; said lie was a stranger; said he
couldn't tell the man who robbed
him to save his life; said he did not
know tho name of the man who
Claudo Clark, for dofonco, tostificd
"I remembor tho circumstances of
tho robbery; I saw Grimes tho night
of tho robbery; after ho wns robbed;
in front of tho Cotton Exchange :
saloon; did not hear him talking any
there; I heard him talk aftor that at
the corner of Fourth and Austin
streots: when I was at tho Cotton Ex
chango with Dr. Montgomery;
nuisIelaiiB and Dr. Montgomery camo
in; he walked in and asked us to take
a drink; Porcy Burleson camo in then;
Grimes and Henry was In front; then
they walked up the street; Dr. Mont
gomery asked us to go out with him.
Grimes and Henry walked up to
tho comer of tho McClolland
hotel; when they got there Henry
walked down Fourth street nnd
Grimes went across to tho Citizens
National Bauk and.set down; Henry
told us to go across the street as he
wanted to talk with us; wo went over
to the drug store and ho came across
aftor us; Henry walked up to Dr.
Montgomery and told him that ho
had nothing to do with this man
Grimes accusing him of robbing him,
and told Dr. Montgomery that Grimes
had accused him of robbing him of
$500; Dr. Montgomery asked Henry
where ho was; Henry polntod him
out, setting on a saw horse. Dr Mont
gomery asked one of the boys to go
and ask him to come oyer, that he
would like to seo tho man who ac
cused him of robbing him of $500; I
wont over to Grimes and called him
to me; he said, if you want to soe mo
worse than I do you to come over
there; I told him I wasn't stuck on
seeing him at all; I started across the
street then, lie said, "hold on and I
will come and see what yon want; we
went under the Eleotrio light; I told
him that this man Henry had said
that he had accused Dr. Montgomery
of robbing him; he said, "that waa
right," as he had been watching him
all the evening; Tasked him if he was
sure that Dr. Montgomery had rob
bed him and if not he had better
como over and apologize as Dr.
Montgomery was going to lick him;
Grimes said, "by God I won't apolo
gize to anyone," as he knew ho had
robbed him of $380; I, then asked him
If lie was certain that Dr. Montgome
ry had robbed him ho said ho was;
Mr. M. B. Davis was coming across
tho street and I stopped him; Grimes
asked mo if I knew where he could
find a policeman; I told JiimMr. Davis
might tell him; when Davis walked
ny I turned and started across the
Htreot; Davis called me and said,
"come back;"said Knott and SamHall
was on that beat and for mo to take
this man and find them; Davis turned
and went towards tho telegraph of
fice; I asked Grimes if ho was going
over to seo If Dr. Montgomery was the
man who robbed him; he said, "no by
God, I know the son of a b h who
robbed me," as he had been detecting
thom all day; while ho was talking
he was standing with his hand in his
breast, and said if he know positive
ly that Dr. M. was the man who rob
bed him he would go over and kill
tho ; I was kindor scared and
wanted to get back across the street;
tho electric light went out; he com
menced walking around mo and run
his hand in his "shirt; I thought it
was about leaving time and ran across
tho stroet; he camo right over behind
mo, stepped up on tho sidewalk in
front of Dr. M.; tho Dootor stpeped
up closo to him and said : Young
man, I understand you acouso me of
robbing you; Grlmos said, I don't
accuse .you or robbing mo, but you
aro of tho samo description as the
man who did rob' mo, you talk like
him, look like him nnd have got on
tho same kind of a hat; the Doctor
asked him again, irho accused him of
robbing him, Grlmos said no, I don't,
but you are lust llko tho man who did
rob me; tho Doctor then said, I am no
. ., ... uu , 81u A nm no
petty thief, but If I mot you wlth
A PICNIC WEEK FOE EVERYBODY!
IN CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. WE HAD BIG SUCCESS LAST WEEK AND WE PROPOSE TO
KEEP IT UP WITH MUCH BIGGER BARGAINS.
We will sell yon a good business salt, coat, punts and Teat
that Msllory soldfrom I0 to tn !ito$10
A fine diagonal cult Mnllory sold for 27, this week wc soil for tlu.00
We hare only about Alteon suits left.
Twenty line French plaid suits worth HIT, this w cek for 11 . 0
Flny suits, coata and vesta, light and dark seersucker, worth
1.26, this week only , 7
Fifty much liner, sold everywhere for $l,7ii to !, this week, . 1.00
.11 eammer flannel coata and vests worth SI.7R this week 1 .00
toopaalrs line caslmere cheviots and diagonal pants from tl to.. 4 60
On this goods wo villi save vou from .1 ' cenra to ii on a pair.
The gonmnoKgln overalls, sells elsewhere for II .ISO, only 1.00
Youth's clothing a nice suit all wool forti,7.1, a liner suit 4.W
GENTS BURNISHING GOODS.
Our laundrled shirts, white and colored, Iworth
A reinforced oven front shirt worth tl 23, for
A good pleated bosom shirt wnrth tl.it for
All we ask is a trial.
Goldstein & Migel.
Out Prices on Everything Men, Women and Children Wear.
$.500 I would mako you divide with
me. In tho first place, I don't think
you ovor had a cent, boys, lot's go
get a drink nnd blow In some of that
So00 I pot from him; everybody said
yea, and started towards Hayden'a;
one of the boys said, Doctor, you
needn't break one of tho $100 bills, but
I will lend you money to buy tho
boor; Grimes said, you needn't break
one of the $100 bills but break one of
the $20s; fjrimes said he was in an
alley nnd tho mnn camo up aud slap
ped him and went through him and
took his money; Grimes came to the
hop the next evening about 2 o'clock;
came In and walked out; J saw him
in a few minutes talking to Ogelsby
Cross-exnmined by the State : I am
very certain that he was talking g
Ogelsby nnd Jenkins; certain of that;
I am no relation to Dr. Montgomery;
ho can talk English; it waa a fow
minutes after two that Grlmos was
talking to Ogelsby aud Jenkins;
Montgomery is a heavy set man; he Is
about as heavy as Ogelsby; might not
be quite as tall.
Dr. Montgomery was railed to tho
stand and compared with Oglesby,
and other witnesses examined. Tele
grams have been passing all day be
tween Waco and Dallas the object be
ing to set Mrs. White here. In the
last telegram she offers to come
on Monday if expenses, to and fro, are
paid as sho claims to have no money.
The hearing was postponed till Mon
day to procure Mrs. White's testi
mony. Mrs. Ogelsby testified that Ogelsby
came in at 10 o'clock on the night of
the robbery and remained In the room
all night, except when ho went to get
glass of beer, and then was gone not
more than three-quarters of an hour.
Also his giving her on that night 30.
Tho emperor of Brazil write poetry.
Teunyson never smokas ths) sum pin
King Kulakaua will besom
Ukmarca received 101 plover" en on aU
Gen. Sheridan I building a. tummer houso
Rorfcoe Conkling left an estate estimated to
bo worth aO0,O0tt
Herbert Sponccr work tans noun e. day
using a stenographer.
-it.tf?, V'6 pateut mad,ct "!. carries
fi.W.UU) life Insurance.
CoL Mapleston owe $310,030. and his only
ASSOta HI n tuna- uk...
In Is calculated that the pope' jubilee pres
ent are worth $30,000,000.
To. Duke of Buckingham la contemplating
an early visit to rise United State
I,ter Wallnek. the actor, owns 200 suits
of clothes, and none of them need patching
Mr. John Boyle O'Udlly has set out on a
canoeing voyage through the Dismal SwamjC
Balfour never goes anywhere In London
a7huOOUP " P,alncloth- ftoi
M. de Bothschlld spent l,om for flower.
1-ord Lucas spent $800,000 to keen a -.11
Mr. Walter Besant has ne t rft
oll a. toe Adirondack SUmmer M
A firm nt .f,.cl. n,
th . - - - wjnneciea Witt
lerXll tffZZ MeWU-W-
u.. i.... - rian u connected with
Eor one dollar wo
A good seamless
A good regularly
n line aiiK ciuck umy
A nood nadershlrt
'A good pair Jeans drawers only
A line French balbrlggan shirt for only ....
A lot of hoys' net undershirts ,
$1, this week.
. .73 ots.
We will save you money on everything from
handkerchief to a suit of clothes.
The finest beef, mutton, veal, and
'fish nro alwayo to bo found at J. C.
Crlppen's market, corner Fifth and
THE FIRST MEERSCHAUM PPE.
4 PUre Where Hi.lf tlix ripe In th
World Aro S'ado Auibcr and Clay.
Imhln, u mnuntniu village, in Tliurin
gin, is the place where most of tho amber
nnd meerschaum is used, and where half
the pipes in the world aro mude. Like
Shelllcld and Toledo, it wns famous in
tho middle nges for its arms and armor,
but when tho invention of gunpowder
made swords and breastplates uselet-s, the
attention of the peoplo was turned to the
manufacture of meerschaum pipes with
aniljer stems. The llrst meerschaum
pipe, it is said, was carved fiom a piece
of clay brought as a curiosity from Asia
Minor, and presented '.o the Duke of
Wallciixiciii. It was not intended foi
use, but the duko's fancy diiecled the
most famous carver in tho place to
fnshion tho snowy clay in the form of
his favorite pipe as an ornament. In a
8ortive. tniiod he filled tho plaything with
tobacco, ji;id was so pleased that he never
put "any other pipe to his lip? again. AU
the kniglitn at onco followed the fashion.
and the crusaders to the Holy Land made
It a i ule to send or bring home with them
pieces of tiie clay to lxj carved by the
Ever since hue the little town of Ruhl
been the headquarters of tho meerschaum
nd amber manufacture. Meerscliaum to
not the petrified foam of the sea, ea to
popularly supposed in some quarters be
cause of its name, but is a peculiar cUy,
found only at Eshki-Scher, in Asia Minor,
oa tho true amber is found only on the
coast of Samland. Tho two precious
substances meet at tho little city of
Ruhla, where 5,000 artists are emplpyed
in fashioning them to tho fancy of men.
Tho number of pipes turned out is enor
mous, the yearly avcrago of real meer
schaums being 700000, vnrying in value
from $2 to $200. Tho emperor of Aus
tria is tho owner of a pipe thut is said to
bo worth 40,000 florins, made of the
largest piece of puro rucerbciiaum that
was ever found, and having a ttem ot
amber to match. Tho troublo with meer
schaum, ns with amber, is impurity. A
flaw or a bubble spoils the whole piece as
if it wero a diamond.
All tho mecrechaum pipes nro cut by
hand tftcr tho louh edges and cornets
havo en tiimmed oft" by machinery,
nd tit. ni lists aro trained fn tlmir -,!.-
like tho watchmakers cf Geneva and tho
porcelain artists at Sovro and Dresden, at
k:1ioo:.s provided by the government.
Uuhl.i turns out no end d oilier pipe3
inadu by machinery a million or two
imitation meeiochaums ea.-h ve.ir, 10,
000,000 iorcelnin pipes, 15,U00,'000 made
of yaiious grades of cUy, mid countless
millions mado of bri.ir wood. It is
claimed that last year's jrroriuct of the
llimingian shops was not less than 100,-
000.000 pipes of all vniirties William
Eleroy Cuitis in Chicago News.
"nilirnril" an Old Word.
I read with interest an nmVl., i,
dernation of "blizzard." As it is well
to keep trace and record of the growth of
our language. I offer what little I know
conecinmj; the word. From boyhood I
have heard it constantly, mid I know
that it was quito familiar to my elders
more than fifty years ago in central
Pennsylvania Center. Ulnir riDo.i.i
and adjacent counties. The word wns
alwajBUMid to includo tho idea force,
violence, spitefulnes, or vindictiveness!
ir ono dealt another a hostile blow ha
'gave lum a blizzard on the nose," "on
the jaw," "between tho eyes,'' etc If
a magistrate lectured a litigant severely
ho "gave him a blizzard." If in debati
one dealt meicilessly in ridicule ho "gave
his opponent a blizzard." If ono man
Bworo nt or cursed another ho "gave him
a blizzard-' If a man's wlfwokB
him she "gave him a blizzard." I never
heard tho wonl p1;o,i,q. m .i.
last four years, when I encountered it in
the papers "out wf " i,. :.. "
plied to sudden and severe terms.
Ward Riea m New York Evenin Sui
will give yoa as good shirts as you pay i,(q .
Mglt'H IIALr HOSX.
hose for only ,
made colored and whlto hose for only ,
A nice' felt hat worth 1 ..10 for ,.,.
", nice felt liat worth 1.7S for . if";
A much liner hat worth ti.fWfor ,, ,,, , ,. , J
Collars st 5 and 10 cents, cuffs nt 10 and 15 cents, and a nice whit,
or colored handkerchief for A rents. "
Bacon Short clear
Coffee Cholco lllo '"la
l'rime ...'. l"
Crackers-All crackers at St. Lovla lists X 5J
Grlts-l'er'bWi;;".V..'."'.'.'.'.;'.','.".'.V.'.'.'.'.'. 4 TS
Flour Northern mills, fancy patent 47-,
mill I'Ull'llv.,. , ,......,,, 260
Family ......".' nm
local mills, patent 2 o
lamll I'er bbl 1 m
Corn meal jq
iiuiiib per id Cs 111.'
Lard-boid's ramllv ,, J
lld's White Kose ,. 9ft
Khm'i'ii l.eaf ig
Kingcn's family , gv
Armour's I'ure Leaf 9
ralrbanfs Snow White 9?
Kcllned ; JC
Nlgirema.i A S. .'.ear
Salt , fift
Dairy ....' ............'.. sS
I lverpool, sacks iss
Sugar Cut loaf, powdered and crushed. ... 9 ,'
t allforula Uranulatcd at-
Louisiana W. C gj$
Fancy Y. C ." .. i"'. 7
KIcc-Fancy Head...... '.. ;i;
Choice ,. " ,. ; -"
Prime ', , , I 6 y
Molasew Ch. new crop .".220.127.116.11" DO
ancy open kettle. x,
Prime open kettle 45
Choice centrifugal ','. 40
Prime cent ja
Soda-Dwlghfs Cow Brand, kcgs4Tbi;..; &K
Jal soda . s
,1?.oCh Arm an'1 Hnimer kegs",' 4Mtbs V
alls , ( gj
Church's sal soda, boxes s
Teas-Gunpowder, lb.. '.'.'"."""".'."sSfflflu
oofong.. : ::::::::3sfao
Vinegar-Imperial 1 2o
Alden ...... Sj
Mott'BDure ; :".!!'.'.!!".!!".
Apples, a lb cans, naos lgj
crnllon cans 4 oj
.uintKuurneo, - jo cans.
Qoosedcrries, 2 lb cans
iiaspDeines. a id cans. . ..
Whortleherrlf.il. 4 th
Corn Usper Ten
Lobster j, i lb cans...'.'.'.'.
One lb cans , light weight '. " ' '. '. '.
Two lb raiin
Chow Chow pints
. vi'iii-iiiitmru -a
Sardines American ""
Imported".'.".'.' .7 '.'.' 18.104.22.168 is 'iJvai 5 5n
Peaciies-8 lbs cans. 7. 7. 7. ", ..'..7.7.7 . ' m
Two lbs cans S Sj
Plneapples-a lb cans .".'..'. i si
Pens Small Mav inn
Flnolamlly ? J
Soaks ',,.,, ' m
French ' on
Salmon CnlnmW. rfV iuc!?'
ffiSSSl." ....- ."..'"...""""froes w
21b ' ns lt0
Apricots, its lb cans ' on
niackberrles , . . . .'.V ' W S
Goajobprrli.a - u 'JS
ltaspborrles "'" nnen m
Strawberries...:; "t no
Chorries, white ' ' , S
Peaches. yeliow"ftocstb'ne:;.'.':.'::.' 2 01
Pim. wlle cling sin
- .-...0 n ok
learfl :".:::..::.".::::: sS
Ao.l, sliced iym
Bright new quarters ! 7
Currants In bbls... . i
J1UII UUIS 01
Itoxcs ' J?
Pruncs-Turkls:i, bbls;" all
Fren , BO lb boxes,.. .. . 7
Dates- frails, lb 71;
Hnlslns-Callfornla, Indon layer "v
nox ...,,,. ,, " Q
Spanish. London layer .'.'.' ;.':.' '.'', ''''" 173
uuscatci ......:::.:::.::.::: s w
. ,.,,,. Produce."
Apples,..!, . A
potocs.. ;....:.. ...7.7.7. 75
Cabbage ?rRIWn ?!' "
Sauer kcnut-perliiif ' bb'l
,"!att"''''- "".... :::::.:::-: lu.