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THE A KG US. Fill DAY, NOVEMKEK 23. ISiM.
MISS DURKEE LIVES
One Life That Holmes Will Not
Have to Answer For.
HER 00N5ECTI0H WITH THE RASCAL
entirely Ihmc.I en liar rrt mm a Friend ,
f HI Wife, and la Iporun ef HI
lUal Character The Young Lady Foil ml
a Omaha Another f'hnplar Out at
Holaaea' Ufa at Chicago Fltael Foaalbty
ClltCAUO, Nov. 23. It ha been found
that It. II. Holme U not aridity of ono
murder. Mia Kate Durfce In In the l.tnd
ef the living and erfectly willing to let
the world know what she know of tho
irmtt awlndlrr. The lady live nt Omaha
with Ikt brother, who la the aMtstant audi
tor of the Burlington railway. A tclefrrnin
from Ouiuha itim t.e following: "Mi
I)urkte any thut alio only knows Hoi nun
through Mn wife, with whom she was inti
mate In her childhood. She hiid Vbtited
Mn, Holme frequently in O'hicafto, tind
during one of her vilt tho real cstato
drnl which brought her Into prominence
waa enacted. Thl wast almut four
years aito. Ilolmen nuked Mi Durkee
aa a favor to ullow him to transfer hU
city iroN'rty to her. He anid that as hu
Was altutited nt the time it would lie a
irivnt convenience. Mbw Durkce consented
Without nikltitf iieHtiont.
II M a Only a "Mailer of form."
"He cxpliiltiiil at the time that it was
tmiy a mutter of form, and lielng iguonint
of ltilitf affair he accepted hiit atate
tnent a U'lng true. The iroierty was
deeded to her and he never hml the deed
recorded, hhe wu mode uw of u Intermedi
ary and futodlun in some other mutter
thnt hiul no nlen of cnmkcdiiciM In them,
and finally won Interviewed and her depo
sition taken I it Chicago lawyers, who auid
It hud gone out that she was a myth.
After the transfer of the property to her
MHs Ihirkce wu sumuioiied to Omiilm by
tcleirnipli on account of the sudden iilncM
of her brother, and flic left without on op
portunity to explain her unexpected de
parture. This, she believes, is the ex
planation of the theory thnt ahc wus mur
dered. jst August Miss Durkce" ngain
went to Chicago. Holme was out of the
city, an J she was told ly Mrs. Holmes that
he hud gone to Philadelphia to attend to
some Imsincss regarding nn insurance
cac. hs Dnrkec snys .lie Is almost sr. re
that the name mentioned wus I 'it el, nnd
that Holmes went in liehulf of Mrs. I'it
aek" Now Where Are the Others?
This Mis Durkce is nccmiutcd for nnd
1- all right, nnd theiiestion next asked is:
"Where arc the Williams girls In tracing
tip this part of the ca. the windings and
turnings of Holmes' curverof crime liecnme
very iniriento. Minnie Williams un
doubtedly lived with Holmes at his wife,
hut whether she la the "wife" mentioned
In Miss Durkce statement docs not ap
ear. Minnie und Anna were both seen
at KngleworHl In each other's nnd Holmes'
company. A peculiar fact is developed
in this connection. hile Annu Williams
ranie from Tcxm to vUlt her sister in
KiiglcwooJ her trunks were addressed to
Wrtghtwotvd avenue, ut the other end of
Chicago, twelve mile away. The parties
living ut this address would not receive
them nnd they are still In the express
IH. appearance from i:nglewnnd.
All thnS' disiippi'ared from Knglcwood
as if tt y haddn ppcti tliniiiirh t tic ground,
and Knglcwood people did not know
where they haul gone. Hut one thing hap
JietHtl Hot Ionic uftcr they hail left
Holmes' premises there were burned und
a claim was made on an insurance cmn
pmiy for the insurance money, nnd this
brought the police on Holmes' track, and
for three months detective shadowed
him. Hi' wus hard to llnd, hut just after
the lire he was located nt a hotel on Ijiko
avenue, living with Minnie Williams. The
ofllcers mention no other girl, so here it is
that the proof comes In that Anna disap
peared jnt as the other two left Knglc
wood. I'ltirl . mtrurs in the Case.
In working up the matt r the detective
found that Holmes was sailing tinder un
til her name before t'ie Inniiraiice'coinpiiny
iitid that Minnie Williams was involved.
Tli" detect ire ii Iso foil ml that a man named
l'itxcl was constantly seen with Holmes.
It Was also found that Holmes hu.l wive
scattered all anion I the country. After
several moves the trio Holmes. Minnie
Williams nnd I'ltzel settled down at the
I'lnza hotel, oppi site the main entrance
to Lincoln park.
MINNIE OWNS UP TO FRAUD.
Haw a llete-tlve l.rrreil the Fire la.
The detective marked them down at this
hotel, took the clerk into his ccjiill.lcncc,
and learning that the couple owed a doc"
tor's bill got the doctor to let lilm have
the bill to collect. Ily this menus he got
nn Introduction to "Mrs. Holmes." Ho
also collected the hill from Holmes. The
detective thus dcscrilic the woman: "Of
medium height, with a Wcll-dovclocd fig
ure, big brown eyes, light hair, and what
I Would call a baby face. Hie did not
seem to know a great deal." The next tinui
he met Holmes thut worthy was in an in
surance office trying to collect insurance
money tinder the name of Campbell.
The detective hud him detained while
he wont to the I'laa hotel "and called on
Minnie William. In a short time I had
secured from her a complete admission of
the fraudulent character of the lire and
had secured the insurance papers. When
this wns done my work was nt nn cud."
It Is believed that It wus thi.t attempt to
collect fraudulent insurance thut drove
the swindler out of Chicago.
Holmes' murringes are so numerous that
It Is hurd to keep the run of them. Under
tlie name of Howard he married Miss
Ueorgiit Yoke, of Franklin, 1ml.; the mar
riage took place in Denver and seems to
have been a real marriage. The peculiar
feature of the marriage Is thnt Minnie Will
iams was privy to this one, posing as a
rousln of Holmes. The latter lias been nt
tit. I'uul. Indianapolis and numerous oth
er places In the west, where he is well
known ami when Is reputation Is bud.
A dispatch from Philadelphia says thnt
It Is now admitted that tho corpse sworn
to' as that of I'iUcl was not his, nnd the
question arises: "Where Is I'ltiell!"
Holmes nay he is nut dead, and thut ho
will hear from him soon. It Is asserted
that l'itxcl was seen In this city two
Aa to the Iuwyer Jeptha Howe, of St.
Louis, who Is mixed up In the matter, a
'dispatch from Philadelphia any It Is
me rally believed there that he wot tuude
a tool of by the wily ITolmes nnd thnt Ma
only fault was indiscretion.
A telegram from Indianapolis says:
"The insurance company which insured
and paid the tl.Jo policy on the life of
I'itzel on Hcpt. 24, a few days afterward
received a letter from Mrs. Pitzel thank
ing thorn for their promptness and ex
pressing frrntltudo for tho consideration
shown her nnd her children. This letter
was printed and scattered broadcast aa an
rdvcrtlsenient by the company." ,
rS DEFENDS THE MOSLEM.
Minister Mnyroyeal Bey Declares Arm.
nfatn Christians Bad People.
New York, Nov. 2& A letter from
Miiyroyenl Boy, the sublime porto's rep
reacntative nt Washington, to the New
York Herald regarding the reported Turk
ish outrages in Armenia says: "I have
been, I admit, very much surprised, I
will not any witli tho unfairness, but with
the hastiness of the New York daily press
criticism and publication of wild reports
about the disturbances created by cer
tain misguided Armenians In some part
of Asiatic Turkey." After giving tho
Turkish official acc.mnt of the troubles
(printed In these dispatches) he complains
that all the charges against the Turks are
based on the assertions of revolutionary
committees and secret organizations of
He says all the charges against the
Turks of nn intention to persecute, the
Christians and exterminate, them are not
only obnoxious to tho laws of Turkey, but
also to the teachings of true tolerance
that form nn intrinsic part of its pre
dominant religion. He goes on to say:
'Thut Turkey has never thought, even for
one single moment, of persecuting
Armenians, Is evinced by the fact that,
thank? to the tolerant spirit of her insti
tutlons.liundn.'ds of Armenians are in her
sen-ice, one of thorn even lieing a minister
of the crown. No similar civic advantages
In any country on earth are given, for in
stance, to the Jews."
"riuch being the real state of things, I
suppose, sir, that you will also concur with
me in stating thut no civilized government
allows, or can ullow, within its domains,
either foreign muchinutious or revolt by
Its own people, against its legitimate au
thority and rights. If your Indians were
to follow tho example set by the Arme
nians this great country, rightly and very
promptly, would surely oblige them, by
force If necessary, to submit to Its laws."
He then cites the testimony of Rev. Cyrus
Hamlin to the effect that the Armcuiuns
are plotting revolution all the time through
the society of Huntchagists.
Rev. Hamlin says that having asked an
Armenian defender of the revolution how
hbOpnrty expected to bring about troubles
in Turkey, thnt Armenian replied:
"These Hutchagist bunds, organized all
over the empire, will wiitch their opport uni
ties to kill Turks and Kurds, set fire to
thi'ir villages, nnd then make their escuie
Into the mountains." This Mayroyeni
says is exactly what bus been dune, instead
of the unprovoked nnd wanton slaughter
und rapine described in recent dispatches
G5N. BOOTH AT CHICAGO.
He I'lits in a Basy Itay In the Western
CHICAGO, Nov. 23. Generul Willlara
Booth, the founder and commander-in-chief
of the Salvation Army, who has
lwcu making a tour of sixty or seventy of
the largest cities In the United States in
the interests of the army, arrived In Chi
cago yesterday and will remain till some
time next week. His tour is largely
evungelistio in character, although ho
is making a thorough investigation of the
status und method of the urmv in Amer
ica. He has already visited almost all
the greater eastern cities nnd came to Chi
cago from raginaw, Mich. He is ac
companied by his son, Marshal Bullingtou
Booth, and quite a staff of officers. He
found thnt a busy dny was awaiting him
The first meeting he attended wus at the
Iress club, where ho gave a brief history
of the army and the progress it has made.
The general spoke thus of the army's posi
tion toward capital and labor: "Our ad
vice to capital Is concede all you can, to
me workmen bear all you can. Then
when it comes to a strike and consequent
destitution we feed nnd comfort tho uu
fortunutes. I have been usked to sug
gest a remedy to stop strikes. Well, take
your surplus men away from where they
arc not needed and place them where there
is employment to lie found. Then again
take the land question. I believe by
systematic and scientific handling the sur
plus population of the cities could be
transplanted to the country und in time
you would have a contented and prosper
The general's next meeting was his in
troduction to the ministers of the city at
Wlllurd hull, where the Rev. Frank M.
Bristol dellverei the address of welcome
in behalf of the ministers, and the genond
responded. This meeting was at 3 o'clock
p. in. At 7 o'clock lust evening was the
grand parade, in which General Booth
took part, and at 8 he lectured in the Au
ditorium on his "Sociul Scheme." The
purade was composed of all of the Salva
tionists in the city, and formed ut the
luke front, on the corner of Congress street
and Michigan avenue. All day today will
lie dovoted to private councils with those
in authority over this district of the army
at the West Madison street headquarters
of the army.
g" Chicago Count Completed. """
Cmcaqo, Nov. 83. The canvass of the
election returns for Cook county has been
finished and shows thut tho highest plu
rality was given to Judge Kohlsaat, 4!,
Sti, und the lowest to Pease for sheriff,
St,3W7. Wulfl for state treasurer got 45,
1M0 plurality. The above . are for candi
dated for which men only voted. Tho
university trustees got from 63,M'T to 54,-
W3, the highest vote being for Mrs.
'w York Will Take It All.
New Y'obk, Nov. 23. President Stew
art, of the United States Trust company,
announces that subscriptions to the full
amount of the new gold loan will be
made by the batiks and other financial in
stitutions of this city. The bid Svill not
be made by a syndicate, but each insti
tution will bid for a certain amount. The
bids, however, will bo at the same price,
the figures of which are withheld.
fircat Town, Ottawa, Kan.
Ottawa, Kan., Nov. 23. Charles and,
Henry Lathrop, Ottawa business men,'
who were out for a "time," struck the
wrong house, kicking In tho door. Charles
was shot dead and Henry was seriously
wounded. Tho coroner crave the corpse to
Undertaker Sessions, which so enraged an
opposition undertaker that he stabbed
tkasloua. . eselona' wound is serious. .
A PROBLEM SOLVED.
PROGRESS MADE BY GERMANY IN MU
Councilors Are Excellent Cltlseas aad Servo
Without raj Aduiinhitratkm Pot Into
the Bands of Experts. Who Arm Often
Chosen Par Life.
Municipal housekeeping as a science
nnd an art evolved out of the conditions
of lite prevailing iu tho last hulf of
this ci'iitury can bo observed to better
advantage iu Germany than in any oth
er country. It is true that the Uwmau
cities have been somewhat tardy iu pro
viding themselves with modern conven
iences and improvements, but now hav
iug fairly entered upon the task they
are accomplishing it in a mere system
atic, tliorongh aiul businesslike way
than any other cities, whether iu Eu
rope, America or Australia.
To this work of modern improve
ment, especially iu puWic appoint
ments, the (Tcrmaus seein to have
brought more of tho scientific spirit and
method than any other people. Their
habits of thoroughness iu research and
of patient, exhaustive treatment of any
subject iu hand have fully characterized
their progress in the arts of civilized
life. Above all, the Germans had already
developed a system of public adminis
tration more economical and mors in
fallibly effective than could have been
found elsewhere, and they were prepar
ed when the growth of their cities and
the new demand for modern improve
ments made necessary a great increase
in tho number aud variety of publio
functions to do in the best possible way
whatever it was decided to undertake.
So confident 'wore they indeed in tho
efficiency of their administrative organ
ization that they dared to assign to th9
municipalities spheres of action which
elsewhere have been left to private ef
fort and control.
Municipal councilors in Germany r.rc,
as a rule, very excellent citizens. . It is
considered a high honor to be elected to
the council. Membership is a title of
dignity that merchants, professional
men and scholars are usually eager to
hold. Xo salaries are paid to the coun
cilors, and a penalty is attached to re
fusal to serve if elected. The sentiment
toward these positions is much the same
iu Germany as in Great Britain, though
stronger with meu of high education
in German than in British towns. The
re-election of good councilors term after
term is common in both countries. It
would be difficult to estimate fairly the
influence of the class Fj-stem in Prussia
upon the character of city councils as
regnrds their conservatism, intelligence
and business ability. Undoubtedly the
recent growth of the social democracy
would have a sharper inuflence upon
the city councils if the class system
were abolished and if the municipal
franchise were made identical with the
simple manhood suffrage that exists for
purposes of representation in the im
perial legislature the reichstag.
Iu addition to the magistracy and the
council, there is iu Berlin a body of
about 7 o so called "citizen deputies,'
who are selected by the council for their
general litness to serve as associates on
committees charged with the oversight
of various municipal interests, such as
parks, schools, the cure of the poor aud
the sanitary services. They have no
authority to vote in tho council, but
they illustrate, at the center of admin
istration, the excellent practice which
is followed throughout the entire rami
fication of German city government, of
enlisting the co-operation of unofficial
citizens iu managing the ordinary con
cerns of the community.
The burgomaster and magistrates are
the most highly traiued experts that a
German city can secure. The burgomas
ter is an expert in the general art of
municipal administration. Associated
with him in the magisterial council are
experts iu law, experts in fiuauce, ex
perts iu education to administer the
schools, experts iu engineering to over
see public works of every character, ex
perts in sanitary science, experts in pub
lic charity, experts iu forestry and park
management, experts iu the technical
aud business management of water and
gas supplies, and so on.
The analogy would not bs perfect,
but it would answer roughly to compare
the governmental structure of a German
city with that of a railway corporation,
in which tho board of directors, chosen
by the stockholders, appoint a geueral
superintendent or manager, a general
passenger agent, a general freight ageut.
a chief legal officer, a chief engineer, a
superintendent of motive power and
other general officers and leave to theso
high salaried experts, drawn from the
service of various other transportation
companies, almost the entire manage
ment and ojieration of the road. The
shareholders represent the voters of Ber
lin, let us say, the board of directors
are tho municipal council, the general
superintendent is the chief burgomaster,
and the general officers at the head of
departments are the magistrates.
The .magistratsrath, or stadtrath. of
a German city is, then, a body of dis
tinguished and honored, highly paid,
professional, expert employees and not
a body of citizen representatives, al
though experienced members of the body
of citizen representatives may be, and
not infrequently arc, promoted to mem
liership in the magistratsrath. The pro
fessional civil service is a vastly greater
and better established field of employ
ment iu Germany than in England or
America, aud it is particularly difficult
for an American to appreciate its posi
tion and significance The mayor of an
American city is usually some well
known -citizen who is called temporari
ly from private life to occupy the most
authoritative place in the corporation.
The burgomaster of a German city is a
civil servant the permanent head of a
permanent body of trained officials.
The difference between the two is some
what like that between our secretary of
war and the general commanding the
army. Dr. Albert Shaw in Century.
LIEUT. OYLER TESTIFIES.
... u, ,,r,.er to nnNiwswn
" aUiKu.n Court Home. j m.r f 1IrMish g j flsh only to State oom-
CVh.umbL'S, O., Nov. S3. Lieutenant missions, to parks, nnd for public twea
Oylor, who ordered troops at Washington gencrally.Iand will refuse privtto appll
Court House to fire In accordance with or- cants.
dcrs of Colonel Colt in a given contingency, ' Busts of Vice Presidents Stevenson,
testified t ncourt or Inquirv to tho batter- George M. Hallos, and Klbridgo Gerrr
lng of the doors by the mob with stones , hae bfn faeei f"'1
and other things. A shot fired by a per- f08 in l!lC SCnaU5 allerT " WafchinK-
ZT''Tl Hirsofthe iate Nehemiah Hulett, of
gothcr, and a terrific blow opened the Du,th have uh-d with Mrs. I.ucy A.
south door four feet, when he gave the com- ; p,en.v, who claimed a third interest in
mand "h ire." After one volley he gnve the tie estU ns Hulett's eomnion-lnw wife,
command "Cease firing." The door nt J. Ii 51. Ply. v, of Yntiktou, has disap
tlns moment was open but a few inches, ' p,.ar, ,, wi,h ei ooo.inw secured from Eng
having Ix-en closed considerably by tho ,ish ,.al1,a,ists on splirl(,s pnr.
'. item ui mo uurr.caue.
Nclther the witness nor his men were
intoxicated. They had no opportunity to
get into such condition. Witness had
drunk a glass of beer Immediately after
dinner. The firing was at night. He was
confident the mob wus determined upon
getting in. A lino of soldiers outside,
around the building, would hove been
weak nnd easily overcome. The witness
said such a defense would have been
idiotic. Ho saw at least fifty revolvers In
the crowd in the afternoon. Colonel Coit
and Major Speaks were not intoxicated.
The persons outsi.le did not run when the
door gave way. Riot shells containing
shot could not have been usi'd, not being
fitted to the rifio of the O. N. G.
C. E. Pago, a dentist at Washington
Court House, testified that iu the evening
bo heard the crowd warned by nn ofiiccr in
the window of the court house.
PEOPLE'S PARTY POLICY.
Conference of It Leading- Men To lie
Held lk-fore Jan. 1.
CniCAGO, Nov. 3. A. L. Maxwell,
chairman of the state central committee
of the IVoplc's (Kirry, nrrlvi-d in the city
from Springfield. He said the object of
his visit was to miiko arrangements for a
conference of the lending men in the
porty, this conference to lie held some
time between this and Jan. 1, for the pur
pose of deciding on a olicy of organiza
tion and education In the interests of the
"We do not want to be caught in the
same poMtum wo were before the last
campaign," said Mr. Maxwell,
no organization whatever und
i uaii iac& :
accounts for the mistakes which were i
made in the beginning of the campaign."
Referring to rumors to the efTi-et thnt th
Democrats hud offered the Populists the
city clerkship and city attorney for their
snpMrt next spring Mr. Maxwell said: "I
have beard nothing of any such proposal
and so far as I am concerned I have no
hesitancy in suymg I am opposed to it."
Last Kxpirini; asp uf Monarrny.
Washington, Nov. ?3. Minist-r Men
dotica of Brazil says the rcHirt that the
rebel ndii Iral, Soldenia Da Gama. has ns
Ktimed the leadership of 7.000 rebels uguinst
the new government of President Moral's
is the last expiring gasp of monarchy in
Brazil. The minister has not received of
ficial confirmation of the report, but he
says that if it is true it will lie a good
thing for the government. The latter had
lieen disposed to treat Da Gama and other
reliels with leniency, and there was pros
pects of general amnesty to them. In that
case they would have returned to Kio
Janeiro to resume their inontuvhinl
plots. But with Da Gama un os-n rebel
lie can lie more easily dealt with thcu as a
I'oliee to Sue for Their Pay.
ST. PAtL. Nov. ,.aTh policemen of
St. Paul, 1TG in number, have instructed
T.ii, , .
John H. Iv.-s. an attorney, to sue tho city
of St. Paul for their salaries. In Novem -
7'ljV; o.ciu.-r oi uie lorce wus
WK:ht.-u ' icr cent, oi uis saiurv oy toniu-
troller McCarthy on the pleu that the city
treasury coutaiucd no more money for j
police purposes. Being unable to obtain
t:ie money tlie city contracted to pay, the
poliec assigned their claims to one mem
ber of the farce to bring the suit for tho
whole body. I
1'opnliHt Writer lteclared loaane. j
DesMoinks, Nov. 2o. Leonard Brown, '
the well known Populist speaker aud
writer, wus declared insane and tuken to
the Mount Pleasant usylum. Brown bus
an erratic record. He is the author of
several volumes of prose und verse, und
bus contribute! reform articles to the j
mairazincs. He was formerly a Kcpub- :
licuu und u personal friend of J. S. Clark- .
son. He has lived for years iu a log cabin I
near Polk Citv. i
Valnable Freight Deatroyed.
Hoi'ston, Tex., Nov. 23. A switch en
gine with a long string of curs, the lost
one being n cur of oil. backed iuto a loco
motive in tlie Southern Pacific yurds. The
oil car exploded aud set tire to lourtocn
cars of cotton, five curs of lumber and tea
curs of miscellaneous freight. The loco
motive was so badly damaged as to be
useless. Loss f.'iO.uOu. No one hurt.
Killed in a Collision.
CniCAGO, Nov. 23. A collision between
a car of the Cicero and Proviso Kloctric
Street railway und a lumber wagon in
Austin resulted in the instant death of
one man and the serious injury of anoth
er. The dead mun is Harry Bostroa.
who lives at 4U3 Larrnbee stret. The in
jured: Michael MeUury, Its; North Peorni
Chairman Tanner Indicted.
Chicauo, Nov. 23. John R. Tanner,
chainnnn of the Republican suite central
commitUv. has been indicted by the grand
jury for libel. The alleged libel was eon
tuined in a circular letter sent to cam
paign managers. in which Tanner
charged Mayor Hopkins with levying
black mail upon t he criminal classus uf
Thirty lloules in a Cave.
City of Mexico. Nov. as. A bidoous
discovery bus just been made near
Churintzio, state o( Michoucan. The find
consists of thirty humun bodies in an od -
vanced state of decomposition, piled up la
a cave, a snort time ago Cleofos Uemez
wus robbed and murdered for his money.
Pascal, a brother, while searching for him,
made the discovery, which explains many
Csar To Be Married Monday. f
LOSOOS, Nov. 23. A St. Petersburg
dispatch to The Dully News suys H Ul
stated that Czar Alexander left a docit-!
incnt to lie opened nine duya after his
death. When the document waa opened
it was found to contain au entreaty to
Csar Nicholas to marry Princess Aliz di
rectly after the funeral. Hence the wed
ding lias been fixed to take place on Mon
day. , -'-- - j : - '
Tlie nidionnl fish
commission will here-
i nl. ... v,l.l f Mr
was elected secretary of the alumni of
St. Mary's seminary nt Baltimore, MtL
I 1 he international gas pipe between IV
' trait and Windsor. Out., has fiecn com-
plctej aud gas will be turned on Sunday.
Obituary: At Caldwell, O., George
Washington Brown, agi'd At North
Adams, Mass , Judge James T. Robinson,
fttj.-d 72. At Topeka, Ind., Norman Latta,
A London paper asserts that- ns a result
of the understanding lietwcen Russia and
Knglaud the Dardanelles are likely to be
opened to all warships.
Andrew Carnegie has promise I to give
Homestead a club house and library to cost
The W. C. T. V. exwutive eotnmittoo
has di-cidod that the next annual national
convention shall Ik: held at Baltimore.
Ancient tinier of Hilt, rnians will estab
lish n chair in the Roman Catholic uni
versity nt Wa-iliingtou to perpetuate the
Tlies-venth national convention of the
Boys' and iiirls' National Homo and Km
ployiueut association will meet at St.
Louis Ifcf. 11 next.
Tl.r Fly In Amber.
In nbP of ;hr Knropcan mo-comi may I rttu
a p'rec i f nnihcr, !n wl:!ch is deeply pmt-edil, 4 a
perrerl fir. New. neither the amber not tbe fly
are rnrioitic, bot the car' sity cmiirtf In bow
thf tiy f nt Into thr amber. Aa mnally wonder
ful cnrlonty may ocraiunally be rcen la coontry
dr. p Mercs, in the vbape of hupc drartic ratbar
t.c pi. Is. put up in cheap wood or paslchoard
f;ftr in tnowin win alcr fjr them, atea It i
gem-rally known thai Dr. Fietcc' l'l nuici Pel-
, ,w' ,re h . un) th'
tenstard ret. are ai t-Hi.cnt cathartic, rem ate
the livr r, tu.il cun.
and e.y.p -ji-ie.
hi k tit auarbr-, rorUa:iiB
Oiej EaJy waa st-fc, we care hr Cutfnrbv
When she was a Child, she iriol for Cuturia.
When she became MHs, be .-lun;r to Castorla,
When she had Children, abe avr litem t'-l
Children Cry for
bailer untold mlrlo fnun m pmtm of delicacy
i iar cannot uvercutue.
BRADFIELD'S Bv Aroastof t
FplTl i!f RpniiljitnP Healtby Aaioai
.. ACX AS f SPECIFIC
11 causes Deaitn to Moom. and Jsv
1 . . IT NEVER FAILS TO
, Mr lf, ta. Ien un.1-rtr,-.T,n,t w
.11. -r u&mv
urun, low w,r.. iiik.ui l- uriit
lirve iMrtltvtfof !tknrifcl.i
cui au iier vs emitting .
N. i-MA.littuerM.a. Aim.
IKlllC nun WK.Innr
BulfintM) m til l 1T0K CO.. Atlanta, fea.
Soid by drufsiau at ELOO per bettla.
A&ie a Well
iinktlJ 10th Day.
rraiarratlie Mimf Beanlta la M Pa. a. It acta
poivertun.T una uiui-isiy. Cures wim'-d allot ber
lail lut.s n:cn will re.-ain their loot nucliood,
auaolune n will recoirr Um tr youihlul si
by usin? VITALI S. It qnichl v aud sar-ly re
stores NervoiisncsA Lost Vitality. Imnnter.cy,
Nnrbliv r.missions. Power, Km Imp Mem-
, w astuir li?i as.j. and ail t flcc-is of ae!f
alius or excess and inaisoretion. Warda oJ
iueiniiy nnd consumption. Insist cm bavine
VITALIS, no other. Can uc carried In ei
pocket. H; niail. l.tto r r TmcVuef. at six fee
Cfi.tM. with a . writtaa iraarantce te ran
r reraml tor moner. t'teciimr tr-e. Audeess
CAUatl lU.JiLlr COX r All 1. Cakapa, lit,
Foraale at Kork la'.aad by IlarpeT Howe Phar
7 and William tletidetiin. liracrist. Moltte.
Vsahct T7ttbg from Hit
LUk Ca&flksrcMtf to a Oircu Tst.
Lace Cnrtalct a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
, Jfi. PiRKER
Telephone No. 1214.
j Tt. - f-t i j.
BOUHF TT ITT TlVTna
bash. Doors and Blinds,
And mil kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring. Walnacoatlnf
Sta street, bet 4th and it avs
' - Ai.!'s
AN i::TEn-LSTI?iG SKETCH.
Kor!cg C7Pal M att-ril t a mnttut'a
alA.-ciiou ns l-er winciuf jmt til lu g Into
uuDLabocJ. r'oilowii' is i.u i:-uuav: "(.'ur
daughter. 1-ltnci.e. c .' ye::ta ( ane, litd
bea U'.-rit.ly a(iiict-d -.lh n.T!a, ai d
fced lost caiire co ol tcr rnrttt arm. she
was la tacit a cuJ iiii-n that c L-d Iu keep
her Iron suhool oa-l oSinaca fK-r nnic les
ons. In fad, wo f&arvil tt. Vitea donre. and
are posi.lvo tut ler aa UivalnoMe r cedj- tlie
vouul luve Lad that lurrit.lc aff.icikai. Wo
bail empluveit pbyaH isus, tut rbe reeei d do
beat ru frora ihtia. 1 ne firrt of loi-t August she
wetrbed tot Ii p-nin-K a:-.d a'thench f-hc ha
taken only CV.reo tx.u'cs ;f Vs-its lie non
wuicha l I" unih. : Lcr ccrvtA." tic-s a:il fymn.
locos cf t-i. i.os c i: -e i.r i-T:i!iv;y ipih-. m.c
attendsretool ncalarly, red m;k1h nitb rom
fftrt aad Ci-. rbe I iw recovered c niU-ic-of
berann. h?r n j tl: I ai'lendKt, and nn
money ouiM i-raeurj i, r car diieLiicr tLe beaiita
In. Miles' Ner.'-2 1 trouvLt her
VThca ray tTrtiiw rx-oinieTdod the reniedy
I tad co faitti ia patent metliruu.9. i.u J nould
not listen to bhn. Iju: S3 a Utt rcKHt h unit m
a bottle, we lee en giviMC it to hlno he. aud the
eflect wa alraost Inrnctl ate." XIra. H. k
bnliock. Wrlcfcton. ?f . V.
1. Mies' l-toentlve Nervine rt jM It a'l
rurrisfoa a Miiuve pna'ajiU-. '.r .nit dirtsl
by tiie. IT. Mile WeiiU o.. rtlhni. Ini.rti
receilt ol price, tl M boulr. . tNik lor t-i.
tipcoa rio ;ik1. It la puaiu'.iv tree tiuai
opieUai ox ouuyurous dnar"
km; a i.
fleal-d ttVjXi1' wll be eeerieexl llellT
r-erk'a "At -. i'Wk l-lal. I 1M unlit atnfuUy.
Dec K JS'.'-I. at 6 cUek p. m.. for I be coua'roe
ilen of a isii. p-ie . t;.i r..uo ai4 a fir I -e ity cf
Rock llatni. I l and f r f ieni-liirr 'l toe ma
teria at4 doin- rb-vork acrii.r t o .)na aad
perl -a! ion" onf!i the 4 l'y ele:k'n fflle.
All b.i irat lw tccoxronl" d m 1; na een iS-
ctea tte ei'm e-f fee tunore4 ifOti d-lla.
pavab'etn the od r of t- e mair of tud city,
wliieb alia1! a.mie forf. tied a aid ciiv. in rr
t e biU;ei hall fail loertter I' to e-fitrae 'itn
atlrpv-d e4.rrllt- to.x-cule Ite mnefc fnrtlic
pHce a tiiwmet ' riiabiri awl ermrdinc In lite
plana an ae.nrati-n a ia itie cvt Ibal the
eenuaei ebull br aw cie-t in hi-a.
Buck Irkuil. Ill . N- v. '3. ls4
A. I. Ill KS'XU, fi;y IVrk.
T. J. KED I.L. J--.
STATE Of ILUN7S.i
B'itk lsiaan '! xtr.
In the e mi-i -our: -f t k k l-!.r. 1 rnnntr.
to the J nn-T u-rtn, . . l-'r, ,j e),f-rr.
Ifotien S, Mtl,urTt e.-ii. I ,':i.n'. t . Jn Kv
an. 'Ii- a.Ll..,i er e ii-- of John
Kmi. dcea.-i N-., r 1 vti. t e nnkTuwn
heir tr rw.- if Xaivv kt e-, deceased,
defetidalitp. 111. 1 .i tjUM-t tii;e.
Totb- ' r---i i( k tc i,j ,ah of
tlu-m: Afldat,! "t v nr o--read.-n e uat'us
been flle,i e, ife- .i!;.-1-" -:.-ra nt Wt ei-oit
court, iv.-i-e i h -r l.r t v t. j at .1 r h of
1 00 thai lk al"e .--..i-J xu I 1. t iia. ej
la ea.fi e .( 1 1- M 1 --i '.-i;..l it 1 12 Mit os fn
the ct.a;i.-.rv --e r ! e..r: otat a aunt
ninna In lia c--r K,. ti 1 m aid rauae
aeirst ro. tr ii:i.mt ,.- .t,t-i.--.t Venm 4 eal
Coin. I11 Ih- b lu'i 1. h.e- eu rt !, ro-ltt boaae.
iauircii.ii K-W W.i. in ' c u:rra cm ine
fir-t lTldt i f .' 'ii r." ' ml h;rh time
odpUa-j. n I .-t a d I ul.au-acr or
d.-aiur u. sa d i-i 1 -1 . . t 1 . n t n u,.
irit Jt W.. Kt c cii-r. fj- i.;'u
Buck Iijt;. 1 1. !... N... I t. A. It. IrtA.
Jiotlee ol .tle ty l'oniaitioaer.
fTATB ir tLLI'IS. I
Hon buiitic.i'Tf. "
I tin- rirr-t ciciri f a M. mn'j. ir rliancery.
Hrr l.ui r ll.i;; t. l r..i-k p a V(
Harvey - a-e Uaglut aaj ..ol-- . f. Uilb, la
In Bti,aT of a (croe o' a! 1 eon-t. en'eri-4
In moo e on the ! Ii car f Nm. ii.h-r. A. Il
1M. I. Itii har-l A. L'ol.al "a-tr .. iJ cttiui a
noeer, anil ..n Ttit.-e.ii r. tli- HI n of lle'eai.
br.A U.. 1-Vt. al 'he I sarot mo ('.'i n'rtmk ta
tbr aftetnouii of tui-.4 d iv. at ttie e--t h ooor mt
ine ttw.-l.n; I." -i-, i-n .ied on t e ; rraiieea
nrreHiaft 1 lea.hid. i'i tlie riijr of lt - laland,
in mimI xiatnr. wf at iiI!k aac'toe .! aell
in the hurtiax beiiirr for cab H b nd tar ful ow
in aeor.irdreal -at. enia'ed to the cjumr
'. H-ck and a iirnf I 1 u.i..t..-t:
Tit tei dim- m of lis numhtr twelve
fli. and all of lot nraicef ikineeti !. In block
liunib. rtur. eil. m tbat pir: of ihecnrof kor
Ir and. known aa ne biro ..r lwrf aJdttioa
Dated at K.ica Island Lhn totb day of Koreni
ber. A. U. laM. '
atlCHARD A. riN At.nsov.
Ja ksmt A ll ti-T. N'U iora for Complainant.
flATHS ft clfavilaut
of Caah fksac u
5"lr Life. Tornado.
Bnritis of Partryafclp.
wrCK' CMPoti klorir Nnrklelaaa.ini
tVftacart ear rauw: they win tnv-reet yon.
J. M BUFORD,
General . . .
Taenia rrr atd Tuai-trW Ompeaiaa
' Losses ProapUr Plil.
a low aa any rellntea ee4ay caa
la Wail rtreet aacoraafa 11 f oarrd on arhk tbe
aid of ear Sal XaiM letter aad paat.
l-hl'U on apoca'.at ua.
fierliotia-. Aecoano a anecUtt. Direct wire
our clicr in mil W uaurn L'nion evWeI
OOlce. la ttae l ulled fctaint Tel. frank
AU Information FREE. aak irfewaeaa.
Di:A3 & C3 SliitU Ui Iritet
Ke. l Bcoaatamy. . . UVrOKKCITT
. e. tmiktu i.
Attorneva Rt j s(
fWce aeecmd Bonr. ov.t v; .
bank. Money In ma. " ' ' " 4
Jackson At li-T
Attorney j !iw
eea Kiajk 1-lat.d i,m., .,.
' t a
lllnr.... J '
Offlr In Biuret .e. a e,-k
Charlen J. Sour.
Aft. Tiiev at
Lert bar! , ef , f . r "
to. Kla-e-a IVrr.T t ... t .
(M. e-l r. k "S
McEairy & llc'
Atlf rnevs Bt l.tw.
Iaw Btier m md .!: v.
Oltce, puatofa e B'i. '
ttU IMU l ,
Geo. M lloriiK
Arcliile-t and Sup. -rin'i si.;.
Offera fnr ,, ;tl ir j ,
Edward I4. iLiTn-ar..
Ofllor. aWrn ;. ktitcbi'.l ft LTnd.
Go. P. E'lui-iha
lTa' a4 o rl:.t r.t t . ,
Baiklliir. TakaeleratT. '
ru t 01 ru t-ii.
VT. A Darling.
Bofnea Block, over Kirotiurrtet. .
R. M. Fearc,
BxMaM t and 31 ia MulieU A Lixk. .
8aDdlr. Take 1-vaue
Dr. It. Jay,
Veterinarr SMirer n.
OHc at itaHi,' livery uu. T
t. B. aoLKmacaa. a. t.
e. a aaara a .
Dm. Bartli &; Hollotrbush.
rbyslciaat mnd Sur.-s-.
Beaidmre 711 n-n. U
Dt, Bartb I lr. tia').i-w-
atau'a.ak. I l :.ic
ltotsiiii; map. a, t i.-as.e a. ;..
Dr. Chas. 1L Robertt-oo.
Eye, Er, None mod TLrr V. Ot.
Office, WUmaker Bik. ani'.: '-.e
Tblrd aad Beady vrerta, latri.-,Tl. 1
T and IS. Bonn: to :l a. w,l Sf I , s.
D'. B.G JIi:;cr.
Over Sicara r-rM-i ( t. n.
onaawieeuvcrieeniiic hct c i. '.
lake Marvelous cure .i. i.'l'i
IUIKL'MATISM n l M.MIAl H
lut lud- d.
TfBre la IteedM-r't bui '. ;
fftUe bnur.- ii t,.
STATE SAVITCS t&Z.
OSk Ooraet rtrteentk nnan at.d Tttc '
UaltM Savtcr Uaax. '''
axdet dlau- Ltva.
Opaa froat t a. a. te I n at art aai-.:if
BaMroaf alcbta fro&l w ; a.
ratteB lioin, r '-.
- A. Amewoerrm. - Vlfr- :4
f I M sna 1 1. wi an
rartar Bkfaawt. W . r. r -.
X A. hnea. H. A Amre rX.
3. H. Bovaeda. W. M. lm-
rriaerf. . r.uaa. !.;.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
for ferrate parties la the raroav
euat af ine arest bf iu
Orchard State Bank
ef OeCUABD. B KIlkAHtl .
B. W.Daav, rrealdeBL.
. B. Pan CarbtW.
BTHraen at Lnl. Bankem
V. Biiaann. inanuar avack laiaiid ''"
O. C Corker, M . D.
Mara uart'a aoua. Wboleeale 9rrr .
i ant al lea.
.. a. '.