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A MORAL MONSTROSITY.
Details of the Murderous Record of Deeming, Under Arrest in Australia, Planning for Additional Viotims Before the Last Was Made Away With, Text of a Letter He Wrote to an Intended Vlctim, Who Escaped--Is He the Ripper? SAN FnAoclsco, April 18.-Sydney and Melbourne papers received to-day. show that nothing since the early days of the sot t$ment of West Australia has stirred the country as the discovery of Albert Deem i1g, murderer of his wife, and the subse quent developments., All business was stopped at every place throunh which Deeming passed on his way to Melbourne. All classes of people turned out to look at the criminal. The crushed and mangled body of a woman was found in a populous suburb of Windsor, five miles east of Melbourne, March 5, and a week later Deeming was in custody, charged with the murder. The last occupant of the house was a man who gave the name of Drew, and, he disappeared suddenly. He complained of the leaky copdition of the walls of the house and told the landlord that he was a practical man and if he bought some cement would patch np the walls himself. He cemented his wife up in one of the walls. . Drew was apparently of sporting pro clivities. He dressed in the height of fash ion, was bedecked with diamonds and car ried himself with tLe air of a lord. He wits traced to the steamship Kaiser Wil helm, where he was identified as Albert Williams. Eight days after the crime Williams sought another victim through a matri monial agency in Melbourne, and went to Sydney by steamer. On the voyage he made desperate love to a young lady pas aenger named Miss Kate Rounsfeldt, of Bathurst, who, when they arrived at Syd ney, had promised to become his wife. He was then traveling under the name of Baron Swanson, and in glowing terms pictured to her his vast estates and handsome revenues and made glorious promises for their fu ture. Sten by step deteetives traced him, aided in their search by his ostentatious display of diamonds and general bearing, and his love entanglements with Miss Ronndfelt eventually led to his capture. At Sydney Swanson was identified as Al fred Deeming, a plumber and gas fitter, who was accompanied by his wife and two children, and who had served a sentence at Darlinghurst for larceny. Eventually the record of the man, under the names of Deeming. Baron Swanson, Drew, Williams and Lawson, has been laid bare to the world. lie was tracked by the police to the Southern Cross mine in the Yilgara gold fields, West Australia, where he was working as an engineer, and was at the time furnishing a house in anticipation of his marriage to Miss Rounsfeldt. The lat ter's father was a tradesman, who died some years ago, leaving a widow and children. The eldest sister is a milliner at Bathhurst, and Deeming's fiancee had secured employment at the principal stationers and news agents in Brisbane. She afterward accompanied her brother to Broken Hill, and while there was taken sick and was obliged to return to her sister in Bathurst. It was on this trip that she met Deeming. She was a eountry girl of 19 and never doubted the sincerity of Deeming's motives. The elder sister was so taken with the alleged baran that she readily gave her consent to the marriage. While Deeming was at the mines he wrote this unsuspecting fiancee constantly, and one of his letters, under date of February 8, said he was in trouble, having had one of his bags stolen from his cabin with £130 worth in it. Further on he wrote: "'I must tell you, dear, what I have done since my arrival here. As soon as I got here I put the advertisement in the paper and I have sent you one, by which you see that I have been appointed engineer at £6i per week, with a house, for the first six months, and £8 10s ier week in the future. Besides this, I expect to make £3 per week. T'he mine at Vilgara is about 250 miles from Perth, 'here is a fine town and a healthy climate and everything that can be wished for for comfort. You must not think it is like Broken Hill; far from it. Soon as you get letter, dear, send me a wire and let me know whether you can come at once. I will have a home for you and everything arranged for our marriage on your arrival. Don't keep me waiting, dena; so long as we are to be husband and *ife why not let it be at once? There is no ad vantage in waiting. I have written to your brother to-day and told him of our com ing union, and you will no doubt get a let ter from him on the subject. You must not think, dear, that we shall remain iu the gold fields all our life. I intend to make enough money in two years to make a trip to England, so you must look forward to the same. Please send me Sydney pa vers, and Melbourne if yon can get them. Now, dear, with love to sistef, I must con clude; from your ever-loving and rfl'ec tionate Blaon. God bless you. P..-Please write as soon eas you get this. I shallget your letter in ton days. [Signed,.] E. S. The young lady believed him in every thing. and went about making propasations for her wedding. Everything was ready for her departure when the news of her betrothed's arrest came, orushing her con pletely. She was taken to Melbourne to give her testimony, and assiseted as mooh as possible to bring the baron to justice. Deeming, in spite of the damning proofs against him, declares his innocence. A number of photographs belonging to the murderer may prove clews of value and have been handed over to the authorities. One is a cabinet size and presents a young woman fashionably dressed. It ie believel d it represents Mrs. Williams, the victim of the Windsor tragedy. One is that of al young woman, another of a lad and another that of an infant. On the lioto o theo woman supposed to be the Windsor victim, the imprint appears to have been carefully removed. Other photos, accordinR to thbe imprint on their backs, were takenbc t Bhefileld, while others are from Haben and Liverpool, England, Sydney, South Wales, and Iookhamn, Queobec. A number of Dooming'e hats are also in possession of the police. HIe had a high hat and two felt ones, much as Williams wore in Melbourne. While at Bouthern Cross Deeming gave away a piece of musio, on one corner of which can be deciphered the name of Albert Williams. Visiting cards found among his effects have the name of the Commercial hotel printed on them,, which, it is believed, will afford a clew to the Rain Hill tragedy. It has not been established that Deeming is the notorious "Jack the Ripper,"' hut five more brutal murders have been traced to him, and the evidence tlius far gathered points to him as the Whiteahapel fiend. A ROOSTER TIIHAT LAYS EGiUS. Ponnsylvaanans Are E.xlitel Over tihe V'ersatllty of a Peeull.r Powl.. LANOAsTeU, Pa., April 18.-E. E. Ethel man, a well known and reputable miller of West Lampetor township, is'the owner of a I veritable egg-laying rooster. The strangoe fowl has attracted a great deal of attention and has been the subject of repeated iln restigations, all resulting in the conoluslon that it is without doubt a rooster and with equal certainty a layer of eggss as well. In breed it is a cross between a white Leghorn and a white 1'lymouth IRook. It has big spurse, yellow legs, long tail feathere and large red comb and wattles, and in veary especat han the alipsaranee of a oprim, well-conditloned rooster. In the farm-yard it crows lustily at frequent in tervals, seratehes the ground for the per tioular oluster of bens that follow it, chuckles like other roosters when it wishes to call its harem together over a new found roseed or worm, fights of other roosters which essay to come too near and in gen. cral, onducts itself while an ihe yard pre cisely an other male chickens de. Stoue March I, however, it has shown its versatil ity in another direction b actually laying thirty-nine perfect eggs, rom March 8 to 10 it laid two eggs each day. Learning of this remarkable fowl Dr. JT, I. Musller, a neighbor of Miller EHhlemann, related his exploits to the members of the Lancaster County Medical society at their recent meeting. Two weekesego, to test the accuracy of his statements, the fowl was penned up alone and close watched. Dar aug its confinement it has laid, by actual count, exactly twenty-seven eggs, nine of them in three days, .aud the remaining eighteen in eleven days. It does not cackle when it lays nor does it manifest any dis position to hateh or show any particular preference for laying on a meat, apparently being suited equally well with the bare ground or floor of its box. A TENNESSEE FEUD. The Midlands and the Murphys Fghtinta in the Mountains. NAsHnvr.I,x, April 18.-Intelligence of a family feud resulting in the killing of two men and the fatal wounding of two others has been received from Monroe county, In the mountainoues artion of that county live the Murphy and Midland families. Some days ago a member of the Muruhy family who had won the affections of a daughter of Frank Midland made an effort to elope with her, but the arrangements of the lovers were interfered with and the elopemnent was prevented. The failure of the plan led to a quarrel, in which members and neighbors of the two families took sides. ulank Midland was shot from am bush and killed, D. Bailey was shot and fatally wounded, and Mrs. David Moss was severely injured. No details of the shooting of these people are obtainable. County oflfiers were warned that any at tempt on their part to make arrests would result in serious t.ouble. it is stated in a dispatch received here to-day that the feed has been extended. An Indian who was not connected with the trouble was murdered, and when the sheriff and posse visited the scone of the trouble and surrounded the Murphy brothers in the mountains at night a desperate fight occurred, lasting several hours. Charles Rhea, a deputy sheriff, was shot in the head and fatally wounded. He lay on the ground, exposed to the severe weather, for several hours, but was found and removed to a house in the neighborhooa. At last aceounts the Murphy faction had taken possession of a hut, and, having strongly fortified it, wore prepared to resist any at tempt to effect their capture. Officers will organize another posse and make an effort to take them. A Get-kichltit ulck Affair Suspends. NewAKx, N. J., April 18.-The Co-overa tive Purchasing company, the last of the get-rich-quick concerns, issaid to have col lapsed, and 500 bookowners, who paid in from $25 to $100, lost all they subscribed. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of D. H. 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'Thae eato of nitotar a sends greeting to the abuov named defendant.: You are hereby reuyoired to appear in an action brought against youn by trhe above named ilnin t ill in tie district conrt of lire 'irsL jltuicial d i' triel of the state of Montana. it and for tho county of Lewi anid Clar.:e, anti to aneswer tih comlarint filed therein, withtin ton doet: extlrasive of the day of aorwrre) after itao seitrvi on you of this surmmona s if served within this enonty" or. if served out of this courty, but witlhin this tietrictwithin t ernty days: otherwise within forty days, or .iudgment by dOfatlt will be taken against you, according to the praLer of said complaint. 'The said action is btroglti to obtain a rderres of said court dierolving thr bonds of rmatrirlony existing baetwen the priiitif anrd doefenaut, on the ground that on or abut tie molnl.h of No vomber, A. o0. Le:I, the said defendrant dierugard ig thea asolemnity of her marriage tows, will fully and withoutt cause ts erted anti abanotin d the plailnti.r and ever riueo asa, and ;,till con tinaces s to willfully ani withllrot cattl dserttt aind abandon said tlaintiff and t.y liea r'tparlltt cand apsrt from lit wi houit arly ltotieoet:t rauso and reaonL, and against hi ws I o withuout hisl consent, all of whitIh appearsr mottr furlly in tt eoIntlaint on file heroin, to wlich spucral refer' Iart is heroby mad-.. And you are Ihrerly notifitdl that if you fail tt I appear andti answr it lr' Ri cormpllaint. t s r. o retisited. the said Iallhtrti wi apritly to tlto conrt for tr e relief dot:anded t. rt tt ' t ' pairns. hiivon onder my hann and the al of tri tis trict colrt of the First judicial ti.drl't of te strat of Montana. in andr tirfor th rronty orf Leoitt and Clarke, this 11th day tf : elln'nry to t r' year of dr'L I l- d one thllura::d oeighnt thun red rd ninOtiy-two. tctai,, JOHIN lEANN. 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