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Survivors of First Republican Con Convolition ConveutiOll
volition Invited to Philadelphia Philadelphiaiid PhiladelphianlFouttcen
On1 nlFouttcen Fourteen of Them Now LIln LIlnn Lhing
n nut iid ul Senator Hamm ANkH Ak Them on onCommittee onIJebn1f
IJebn1f of thc Republican Xntlonnl XntlonnlCommittee ntIonu1
Committee to Occupy Oecup Sent SentN on thc tbePlatform thcPlntform thePlatform
Platform on the lUtli of Thin ThI Mouth MouthSenator Iuuth IuuthSenator
Senator Hanna has approved tbe sugges suggestion suggestion ¬
tion made by William P Weyand of Pitts Pittsburg Pittburg
burg that the survivors of the first nation national natlonnl ¬
al gathering of Republicans held at Ptts Pttsburg Pttsburg
burg on February 22 1S56 and later at the theConvention theConentlon
Convention held in Philadelphia on June 18 ISof 18of
of tbe same year be specially honored with withinvitations withInvJtaton withinvitations
invitations InvJtaton to this tis yeare Convention Conventon Sn Snator Snltor
ator ltor Hanna sent the following folowing letter leter to toeach t
each of the surviving suriving deegates deegatesThe de egates egatesThe
The Republican Republcn National Natona Committee Committeepresents Commitee Commiteepresnt
presents presnt Its It compliments complient and congratula congratulations congtla congtla10ns ¬
tions 10ns to you as one of the te few fe Republicans Republicansnow Republcans Republcansnow
now living lving who participated paicipated in the te Repub Republican Republcn ¬
lican lcn Conventions Conentons of 1856 at Plttsburg Plttburg and andPhiladelphia andPhiadelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia and ad on behalf of o the te dele delegates delegtes ¬
gates gtes to the coming cming Republican He publcn National NationalConvention Nat ona
Convention Cnnnton extends to you and to your sur surviving surdvlng ¬
viving associates nsltes In those historic events eenl a acordial ncordlnl acordial
cordial invitation Inyltton to be present at and oc occupy o ocupy occup ¬
cupy cup a seat upon the platform plator of the on onrention onTenton onTentIon
Tenton rention which whic meets meet on June 19 1900 190 In Inthe i inthe
the te city ety of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNearly PhladeIpbla PhiladelphiaNearly
Nearly half hal a century has elapsed since sinceyou dnceyou
you participated partcipated In laying the te foundation foundaton of ofthe ofte
the te Republican Republcan party you have witnessed witnessedits wlnesse wlnesseIt
its It magnificent maglnce growth grow from a 1 pcpuar vote voteof Toteof
of 134264 1341204 and 114 11 electoral eletorlyotC votes cast for forFremont forFmont
Fremont Fmont in 1S36 to a popular vote of 7
104 1079 79 and ad 271 electoral Votes ote otes for McKIn McKInley McKlnley MCKInIcy
ley in 1896 and therefore the Republicans Republicansof Republcns Republcnso
of o today profoundly appreciating apprecatclng the work workof workof workof
of yourself yoursel and ad other pioneers pioneer of our party partywill psry psrywl partywill
will feel honored d dpresence
wl by your distinguished distinguishedpresence dlstnglsh dLstingulshdpresence
presence and we assure asure you yu a most coidal coidalwelcome cOLdalwelcome
welcome welcomeWith welcomeWih welcomeW1th
With Wih considerations considertons of a high esteem esteemvery esteemve esteemvery
very ve truly trly yours yours yoursM j
M 1L A A HANNA Chairman ChairmanCHARLES Chairan ChairanCHARLE ChairmanCHARLES
CHARLES CHARLE DICK DICKSecret DICKSecretSo Secretary SecretarySo
So far fir as a a known kon there are only fourteen fourteensurviving foureen foureensurving fourteensurviving
surviving surving delegates delegtes Their Teir names name are areJohn areJohn aroJohn
John Howard How Bryant Brnt barn b in ISO 1807 lives livesnt Ue lIvesat
at Princeton Pinceton Ill Il W Penn Clark Clark N orn ornin > rn rnIn r
In 1817 lives lves at Washington Washingo Sidney Ed Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton
gerton born brn in 1818 lives lves et Akron kron Ohio OhioAllen OhioAlle OhioAllen
Allen Alle A Craig Cig born br in 1820 lives lve at Corry CorryPa Crry CrryPa ConyPa
Pa Pa Charles G Davis Davi born bor in 1820 lives livesat livesat
at Plymouth Ill S P McCalmonC McCalmont McCalmont born bornIn bornin
In 1823 lives lve at Franklin Fnkln Pa George Gerge H HFrey HFey HFrey
Frey Fey born br in 1825 182 lives lves at Springfield SpringfieldOhio Sprngfeld SprngfeldOhio SpringfieldOhio
Ohio Rush R R Sloan Sloa born brn in 1828 lives lles at atEandusky atSandsky atEandusky
Eandusky Sandsky Ohio Raeliff Relf Brinkerhott Brlnkerhof born bornin bornin
in 1828 18 lives Jve at Mansfield 1lansfeld Ohio Jacob JacobWeyand JbWe JacobWeynnd
Weyand We nd Beaver Pa P William Wilam A A Cook CookWashington Cok CokWashingon CookWashington
Washington Washingon William Wilam S Lane Lne Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia William Ula H Upson Akron Akrn Ohio and andR andR andIL
R IL M Stlmpson Marietta Ohio OhioTwentyseven OhioTeItyseen OhioTwentyseven
R Stmpson Maiett
Twentyseven TeItyseen States State and Territories Territorieswere Teritores Teritoreswer Territorieswere
were wer represented at the mass convention conventionand conventon conventonand conventionand
and nt the Notional Naoal Convention Conventon on Juno JunoIS JunoIS
IS 1856 185 held in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaOld Piadelphia PhiladelphiaOld
Old Od Lafayette Layete Hall Hal in Pittsburg Pitts bur where wherethe whee wheethe wherethe
the mass I convention cnenUon was v formed fore is now nowdemolished nowd nowdznollshed
demolished d olshe its 1s ts site being big occupied ouple by the theTradesmens theTrdemens theTradesmens
Tradesmens Trdemens National Natoa Bank Bank The Te conven convention conventon convenlion ¬
lion ton was Informal Inforal the te delegates delege showing showingno
no credentials oreenlals Horace Horr Greeley editor eior of ofthe f fthe
the New York Tribune made one of his hlafamous hil hisfamous I
famous taou9 speeches seehe urging moderation moeton end endthat cndthat endthat
that a convention convenion be 0 held hed later to nomi nominate nominate nomlnate ¬
nate candidates cdl tes for President and ad Yce YcePresident VeePresident
President Preident His IIIAadviec advice avice was followed fo1owed and andthe andte
the te first 1rt Republcan Republican Convention Conveto met et at atPhiladelphia atPhiadelphia at atPhiladelphia L
Philadelphia Phiadelphia on June June 18 1S55 1S55ROBBER 1856ROBBE 1S6BOBBEE
New Ne York urJc Police Polee Chase Thieves Over Overthe Oerthc OvesChic
the HoiiHctop HoiiHctopNEW lulKetop lulKetopNEW hlousetopMNEW
NEW YORK YORK June 4 4Four Four daring drng young youngrobbers Jung Jungrobber OUfll OUfllrobbers
robbers robber caught cught breaking into clothing and andJewelry andjewelry end endJewelry
Jewelry stores in East 103d Street Steet yesterday yesterdaymorning yeSteray yeSteraymoring r rmorning
morning moring were pursued puruid by the te police polee in a ahot ahot z S Shot
hot chase over neighboring neighborng roofs rofs Find Finding FlndI FindIng ¬
ing I g themselves ih selves surrounded surrounde two of the rob robbers ¬
bets br made mide desperate deperte efforts eforts to reach the theyard theyrd thi thiyard S
yard yrd by climbing clblng down a clothes pole ple but buttheir buttheir bu I
their grip gpfale failed and they fell fel headlong headlongdistance a adistance adisbnce 1
distance of fifty ffy feet feet One was instantly instantlykilled InstmUykie instantl r rkilled
killed kie and another was fatally fataly wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The third man was arrested areste and ad a fourth fourthescaped fourh fourhescpe fourtiescaped
escaped escapedThe escpe escapedThe
The Te police polce record reord Is as follows foloW Alex Alexander AlexanderCrowe AlexanderCrowe ¬
ander anderCrowe Crowe aged age twentyone of o 12 1 West West112th Wos Wet Wet12th t t112th
112th 12th Street killed kle by a fall fal William WilliamDIckeon Wlinm WlinmDclon 1 1Dickson
DIckeon Dclon aged age twentyone of 210 East Est 1034 1034Sire 103t 01 1 1Stret
Sire Sret Stret mortally J < rtlly injured injure by a fall fal taken takento takento takeito
to the Harlem Hospital HosDltl with wih fracture frctur of ofskuil o oskuil f ff
skuil James Jae Smith aged twentytwo of of18i1 o f
1871 Third Tblr Avenue a prisoner accused accuse of ofrobbery ofrbbery o f frobbery
robbery rbbery Harry Harr Foster Fater alias aUa Crooked CrookedHarry rooket I IHarry
Harry aged thirty was with wih the te others othersbut otber othersbut
but escaped e pe wanted for burglary burglaryMeyer burglar burglaryMeyer
Meyer Ieer Robinson Robnsn a clothier of 2001 Sec Second Second Secend ¬
ond Avenue was sleeping sleeing in the rear rer of his hisstore hbstore
store when he was wa awakened by a noise noiseas iotscas ole oleas
as of someone smeone trying to get in He rushed rushedto i ito
to the front door dor in time tme to see se four men menrun menrun I Irun
run toward towrd Third Thir Avenue Watchmen WatchmenBiles VatchmenBUs I IBliss
Bliss BUs and Sherry Sberr heard the alarm nlar and andstarted Dndstred andstarted
started stred in pursuit pursuit The Te fugitives fugtve dashed dashedinto dahed dahedInto I IInto
into the hall hel of 211 21 East Eat 103d Street Strct and andfled andOe ant I Ifled
fled Oe up the he stairs staIr to the roof roofCrowe ro roCrwe roofCrowe
Crowe Crwe and Dlckson Dckon jumped jumpe to a clothes clothespole clothesple 5 5pole
pole ple which reached reche from tho back yard yardto yad yadto yar I Ito
to above nbve the roof rof and started sred to climb climbdown clmb clmbdown climidown
down to the ground gund When half way Wy down downthe downthe 1 1the
the pole one slipped slpped striking stiking his com companion compnion companlon ¬
panion pnion and the two fell to the asphalted asphaltedyard asphalteiyard
yard ya below blow Crowe was w wa instantly Instty killed killedand killoand
and ad Dlckson was mS unconscious unonscou when whe picked pickedup pickeup
up Foster jumped for the cohes clothes pole poleafter poleater S Safter
after ater the others other and fell also als but he fell fellupon feUupn tel telupon
upon upn the bodies bdie of his two companions compaions and andwas andwa am amwas
was wa not seriously sriouly hurt hurtTRAP hur hurTR hurtTRAP
New Ien Church Chlrel Collection Coleetlon Basket Tried TriedInXew Tied TiedInew a ainNew
InXew York YorkNEW YorkNE YorkNEW
NEW NE YORK YORK June 4 4In In SL St Leos Los Cath Catholic Catholc Cathchic ¬
chic olc Church yesterday Father Ducey Duceyprmented ex experimented cxperimented ¬
perimented prmented with wih what Is called Je an ec ecclesiastical eccleiastcl ¬
clesiastical cleiastcl invention nventon It I was a collection collectionbasket colUon colUonbaket collectiobasket a
basket baket the object objet of which was to t in increase Increase Increase ¬
crease tho tte average aerge of church churh collections collectionsThe coifcctiomThe
The Te invention Inenton comes from the te diocese dioceseof e eof
of Rochester said Father Ducey It I is isclaimed Istalmr I S Sclaimed
claimed talmr that it will w1 prevent a wealthy welhy man manfrom manfrm mai maifrom
from frm putting puttng in a bright penny for a 5 5cold 5told 5told
told piece piee It I would be there ter in the te box boxbefore bo bobefore
before the of his
to eyes fellowparishioners fellowparishionersand felowparishioner 5 5and
and n the collector clector long enough eough to ascertain ascertalilust
Just bow hOv much it was as and ad then It I would woulddisappear woulddisappear woulidisappear
disappear into a receptacle below operated operateby
by the te collector collectorFour colector colectorFour collectorFour
Four ushers usher marched up the te aisles aile yes yesterday ye yestorday ¬
terday morning with wih the collection colecton devices devicesAn devicesAn I IAn
An elderly man threw in a bill bi The Te usher usherpressed usherpresee ushe ushepressed
presee pressed a button huton and the te parishioner saw sawbis sawbls sa sahis
his greenback green ck disappear dlspper The ushers went wentthe wentthe wen 1 1the
the rounds rundg pushing the buton button for every everycoin everytoln ever y ycoin
coin or bill bl they ey received receved and everyone everyonesaw everone everoneW C Csaw
saw W exactly eaty what his neighbor gave gaveThe gve gveTe gaveThe
The Te invention Inenton consists cnsist of a vIre rlre basket basketEt baskt t tat
at the end of a small smal pole On top is Issmal a aEmail asmall
Email smal wire wlrp compartment compatment Into which the thecontribution te tecontributon th a acontribution
contribution contributon goes first frt Then Ten the button buton is ispressed Isprssed I s spressed
pressed prssed and it I goes ges into the box below belowSnlclde belowSolehle belowSuicide
Suicide of a n a German Gern Gardener GardenerMIDDLETOWN GudenerIDDLEOWN GardenerM1DDLETOWN
MIDDLETOWN IDDLEOWN N N Y June 4 4Wllam 4WllamIst 4Wither William WilliamKast n nKast
Kast Ist a German gardener grdenC who came cme to toOrange toOrnge t 0 0Orange
Orange Ornge county cunty from Stapleton Stpleton Staten Stten Isl Island Island Jaland ¬
and committed commite suicide by shooting shootng himself himselfthrough himsel tf tfthrough
through tho head with wih a revolver evoler at Pine PineIsland PIneIsand Pin e e1sland
Island Isand Friday night night The body bdy was dis discovered h I Icovered ¬
covered lying partially partaly out of water in the te th 0
Pochuck Creek at t that tht place Kast had ha d
been on a 1 spree and told several severl peoplo peO16 a
that he was was going to kill himself
kl htmselt Ho Hogave 10 10gave Ii a agave
gave as a his hs reason reon that he was wa Just thir thirtynine thhtynlne thlrtynine ¬
tynine years yers old and as a all al of his hi peoplo PCpl PCplhd peopl a
bad hd longer lnger died die at that age he would wuld not 10t ot live liv e
IVejiicrn V VP eJt eabrn rn Innnfncturer lnnnfnCureJ lannfa tnrers to fight gbt ior iorTheir horTheir or orTheir
Their Own Market MarketAFtPLETOX MarketAPPLETON lnrkctAPL
APPLETON APL Wls wi June 4 4The The Te General GeneralPaper Genrl GenrlPalle
Paper Palle P aper Company of Wisconsin WIscnsin which was wasIncorporated wascorporated 1
Incorporated Incrrte in corporated nt Milwaukee MIwaukee last week with witha wit withcapital
a ah capital stock of 100000 10000 held a meeting meetinghere metng metnghere mooringere
here h ere Saturday afternoon ateroon at which every everymill everyml everyill
mill ml m ill in Wisconsin consn manufacturing print and andmanila andmaia
maia m manila anila papers paper w ws ts represeted reprseted Its It object objects objet objetis
is I s to flght ght the te Paper Pper Trust Trst in the to Western Westernmarket Wetern Weternmarke Westernarket
market marketAn marke m arket arketAn
An organization orgnlmtonwas was perfected peTecte by elect electIng electIng electg
taK Ing ta g the following folowng officers omcer President Pesident J A AKlmberly AKlmberlYNen Aimberly
Klmberly KlmberlYNen K taN imberly Xeenah first firt vice Yce president presidentX
N H l IL Brokaw Kaukana second secnd vice prest prestdent prestdent pressent
dent d ent George Gere A Whiting itng Neenah secre secretary secretar ¬
tary tar l acy and treasure L L M I Alexander ender Mil Milwaukee Mi ¬
waukee waukee w aukee Committees Commites were wee appointed to todevelop todevelop
develop d the e details dels of the te organization oranization and andmembership ad admemberhIp
membership memberhIp m preparatory preprtor to another meet meeting meetIng ¬
ing i ng t obe held there this week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The avowed avowe object objet of the te company is to todeal todeal
deal d eal as a sales agent in paper and ad paper paperproducts paperproduc
products produc p roducts buy and sell sel paper and paper papermaking papermakng
making makng m aking materials materals and buy sell sel or lease leasesuch leasesuch
such s uch real estate estte as may be necessary neee r for forthe forte
the te t he transaction tnscton of o the tb companys copys business businessF b businessFgr slnes
Fqr F < jr the present preset the company will w1 confine confineitself confne confneisel confinetself
itself isel I to placing on o the te market Irke the te out output output ¬
put p ut of all al the te Wisconsin WJscnsln and Minnesota Minnesotaprint Mlnneot
print print p rint manila and fibre fbre mills mUs but the ulti ultimate ul ultimate ¬
mate Intention Intenton is admitted admitte to be to in increase ¬ I t
crease c the te capital capitl ad act also aso as a pur purchasing purchlng ¬
chasing c agent for all al the coal sulphur sulphurchemicals sulphurcemicls
chemicals cemicls c and other oter materials materils used ued In the themanufacture themanufacture
manufacture of
paper paperThe paperTe
The Te Incorporation incororton has been ben purposely purposelymade purosely puroselymade
made broad enough to this
brad cover tis purpose purposeThe purpoe purpoeTe
The Te company cmpny represents represent about twentyfive twentyfivemills twentyfve twentyfvemis
mills mis mostly mosty In the Fox and Wisconsin WisconsinRiver Isconsln IsconslnRier
River Rier Valleys of Wisconsin Wlscon n manufactur manufacturing manufacturIng ¬
ing l og upward cpwar of 220 SO O tons of ptaper a day The Themills Them1sare
mills m1sare are to remain under Pper the ownership ownershipand owerhip owerhipand
a and ndmanagement management of the individual proprie proprietors prprie prprietors ¬
tors t ore but all al will I hold stock stok in the te general generalcompany genrl genrlcompany
company c and turn tur ove to it their whole wholeproduct wholt
product pruct p roduct and ad later buy through trugh the te compa company compa ¬
ny n y all al their ther supplies supple and material materialThe mteral mteralThe
The fight fght for the Western Wester market will wIl D ba be < j ja
I a lively one Before Beore the te International Interatoal Pa Paper PaI ¬
per Company was w organized two years year ago agothe agothe agothe
the Manufacturers raufacturEr Paper Company Cmpany of Chi Chicago Chicg Chhcage ¬
cage cg handled hndled 60 per cent of the output of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he Western Wetern mills mis Of late it has ha worked workedwith workedwih
with wih the te International Internatonal and large lar Western Westernorders Weter Westernorders
orders order have been placed with the trust trustXow ts
Now ow it handles only 15 per cent cent and the thonew to tonew
new company will wl fight fght them te both bothThe bothTe
The Te Great Norher Northern Paper Company a aconsolidation nconsoldaton
consolidation consoldaton of several seerl large lare mills mil in
Maine r lne organized orgnizd especially cpe < aly to lIght fght the
trust tust will wi also enter the Western Weter market mrkct
The Te General Generi Company Cmpany of Wisconsin Wlscnsll will willestablish wU willestablish
establish lstablsh its Is executive utve headquarters beadquArter in inMilwaukee Ini inMihwaukce
i Milwaukee mWaukee but its salesrooms slesroms wi will be in inChicago InChicgo
Chicago Chicgo Xo o manager maager has yet been ap appointed appointe appointed ¬
pointed pointe but one will wi be named as a soon so as asthe aste asthe
the te company compay is ready redy to do business buiness prob probably prb prbably ¬
ably about but July 1 1BATTTRT 1 1R
Mother Joncn Prevent a n Collapse Collapseof Colnpse Colnpseof
of the tle ilnrjlnnil lntlnnll Strike StrlUcCUMBERLAND StrikeCUBERLND StrikeCUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND CUBERLND Md June Jun 4 4The The Te ad advent advent advent ¬
vent of Mother Mary Jones the wojian wojianorganizer woanoranizer wonanorganizer
organizer oranizer of Punxsutawney Punxutwey Pa seems to tohave tohave tohave
have set the mining region region afire and to tohave tohave tohave
have solidified soldife the strikers strkers The Te expected expectedbreak expectedbrek expectedbreak
break brek did not come at Lonaconlng Lacnlng Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day and ad a n Sunday Sunday quiet prevailed prevaie at that thatplace tat tatpIace thatplace
place pIace The Te miners miner of the five fe coal col com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies operating oertng in that tat particular prtcl district districtwere distrc districtwere
were to have met to declare the te strike stke off offbut of offbut
but they tey failed fae to assemble assembleMother assembleMother assembleMother
Mother Jones addressed addresse addresseda a 1 large meet meeting meet meetIng meeting ¬
ing at Braddock Braddok Park Pk Frostburg Frstbur Satur Saturday Saturdy Saturday ¬
day dy afternoon aftrO The Te attendance attedace was wa esti estimated est cat catmated ¬
mated mate at 2500 and Intense enthusiasm enthusiasmprevailed enthusiasmprevailed thuslam thuslamprevaie
prevailed prevaie Over 250 20 women had ha seats se t on onthe onthe
the platform platfor The Te procession pression from Nickels NickelsHall NickelsHall Ickel8 Ickel8Hal
Hall Hal to the te park was w headed hede by the Sal Salvation Salvaton Satvation ¬
vation vaton Army Sand Iad The Te paraders parders carried carriedbanners carriedbner carriedbanners
banners bner National Natnal Organizer Thomas Hag Haggerty Haggery haggerty
gerty gery also spcki SPCK The Te organizers oranlzer are areleved te telleved believed
lleved leved to hae the strike altogether alogther in inhand Inhand inhand
hand again agn and its end is not looked Joked for forshortly forshortly
shortly shortlyMother shorly shorly110ther shortlyMother
Mother Jones with wih Organizers Orgnizers War Warner Warnor Yar YarI ¬
ner and Haggerty after afer the meeting m Ung at atFrostburg atFrtburg atFrostburg
Frostburg Frtburg drove to Lonaconlng Lnaconlng to be In Inreadiness Inredine inreadiness
I readiness redine to forestall forestal any attempt atempt to go to towork t towork
work today toay They advised advIse the miners mIner at atFrostburg atFrosburg atFrostburg
Frostburg Frosburg to march marh to Lonaconing Lnaconlng with wit withtheir
their wives and ad children chIdren and young men menwith
with their sweethearts to stop sop the proposed prpsed prpsedbre proposedbreak
break bre Mother Jones was bitter bite In her hercasUgatlon hercstgton hercastigation
castigation cstgton of the te Lonaconing Loning people pepIe md mdsaid ld ldid cadsaid
said id she would be on hand with a tub of ofwhitewash ofwhlCh ciwhitewash
whitewash whlCh to whiten whien the blacklegs blackegs from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their knees knee down dow She was w very ver severe on onthe onthe onthe
the courts cour in the matter mater of injunctions injunctionspaying iJunctos iJunctospyIng injunctionspayIng
paying pyIng her respects rpets to the Bench Benc and ad to tothe tothe tothe
the officers ofcer who served sered the injunctions injunctionsIt Inunctons InunctonsIt
It j was reported reporte last 1lst night that tbe union unionminers
miners miner were preparing to march to t Lana Loaaconing Lonaconing Lanaconing
coning today toay and a clash clah Is not unlikely unlikelyalthough unlkely unlkelyalhough unlikelyalthough
although alhough the situation siuaton is very quiet at atLonaconing atLnanlng atLonaconing
Lonaconing LonaconingAn Lnanlng LnanlngAn
An operator said I do not nt see what whatthe what whatthe
the te men are holding out for they will wi get getneither et etneither etneiher
neither neiher advance advanle nor recognition recgiton that s scertain scertn s scertain
certain certn The Te miners have have received relief relieffrom relct relctfrom relielfrom
from Pennsylvania Pennsylvsla particularly partculaly Philips Philipsburg Ph1p Philipsburg
burg where a big meeting meetng was as held last lastWednesday lastWenesday lastWednesday
Wednesday Wenesday Soliciting Solcitng committees comitees will willleave wi L Lleave
leave lev for the Pennsylvania pe1SYlv2nla region rgion today todayA < day
A prominent prminent mining superintendent suprlnten < en who whowas whowa whcwa
was wa wa in the city ciy Saturday said sid that it I was wasborers I Inot
not at al all a question of wages but a qu ques queslion s ston
ton lion of reogiton recognition He cted cited were where ll in
borers b who had been bee getting gettng JL75 L L75 75 In Ibis Ibisregion Ihlsregion thirregion
region were working for 125 and less les else elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where Miners Miner who struck on 55 5 cents a aton ato s ston
ton to here hee are in the Meyersdals Meycals region regionworking regionworking regiocworking
working at that wage rate rte He said Sld theoprator the theoperators thioperators
operators oprator were in no hurry hury about abut recog recognizing log lognlzlng recogairing ¬
airing the te organization organizationIt
orgzaton orgzatonI
It I is believed beleved the miners miner of the Consoli Consolidation Cnsol Consolidatlon ¬
dation daton Coal Company Cmpany will wl be b the last lat to go goto goto gcto
to work work The To plan it I Is said sid is to force forcethe forcethe fernthe
the Consolidation Consoldaton miners miner who will wi hold out outfor outfor out outfor
for 60 cents a ton and the reinstatement reinstatementof reinsttement reinsttementof
of all al men at the 53cent 5 cent rate rte as they will willsee wi witsee 1
see all their orders orer leaving lCvng them te if i they theyare tey teyae P Pare
are ae idle while whie the other miners miner in tho thoregion thDregon th thregion
region regon are active activeThe actve actveThe activeThe
The organization orgnlaion has ha retained Jetnc David J JLewis JLewis Jr
Lewis and ad Jasper Japer N Willlson Wiison attorneys attorneysto atoreys atoreysto r
to appear appea for the miners in the injunction injunctioncases Injuncton Injunctoncases 1 1cases
cases and they tey wilLflle wlle answers ansWC this week weekDistrict weekDstrict weekDistrict
District Dstrict President Barber and Organizers OrganizersWTarner Orgnizers OrgnizersWarer S SWarner
Warner Warer and Haggerty Haggertywe were here yesterday yesterdayin r rin
in consultation cnsultton with wih the attorneys atoreys The Theminers Te Teminers Tb I Iminers
miners will w1 not no march mrch here in a body by to today today ¬
day as a originally originaly planned planne to answer to tothe tothe t S Sthe
the suits suis The proceedings preedings will wl be con conducted conducted eonducted ¬
ducted without wthout demonstration demonstrationATTACKED deonstrton deonstrtonATACK demonstrationATTACKED
A XCTV Xe Jersey Jere Man Inn Almost Beaten BeatenIn Bentelto I
BURLINGTON N J June 4 4Lylng Lying un unconscious unconscious unconscious ¬
conscious in a pool pol of blood on High Street Streetthe St Streotthe t
the principal thoroughfare thoroughare of the th city cityDouglass ciy ciyDuglaE cityDouglass
Douglass DuglaE Durell Durel was wa found suffering suferieg with withserious wih wihserious witi witiserious
serious cuts and Ind bruises brulsC yesterday morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing He He was taken tken to the office of Dr Gor Gordon Gordon Oardon ¬
don who dressed dresd his hi wounds wouds and revived revivedhim rovlO I Ihim
Durell Durel who Is a brother of Freeholder FreeholderDurell Freehold r rDurel rDurell
Durell Durel said sad that as he was w walking walking along alongthe alog alogthe alon g gthe
the street stret and nearing a dark aley three threenegroes thre hreenegroeg e enegroes
negroes suddenly pounced punced upon upn him with withblackjacks withblackjack wit ii iiblackjacks
blackjacks blackjack and razors He defended him himself himsel himself
self sel at a well wel as IS he couU couL1 but soon lon lost con consciousness consclousess conaciousness ¬
sciousness sclousess from his Injuries He could rot rotexplain cc ot otexplain it itexplain
explain why he was attacked attackedDurell attacke attackedDurell
Durell Durl gave Detective Detectve Shea She a ago good de description desrpton description ¬
scription srpton cf his Is assailants assalants and Shea yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday arrested arrelted Isaac Isac Harris Haris WilIam Tim Timbers T m mber ¬
bets ber and nn Walter Waler Coursey Courey The Te three tree vnre vnretaken w wr wrtaken re retken e
taken tken to t the injured man and he at once onceIdentified onceIdentfed one 0 0Identified
Identified Identfed them as a the men who had at attacked attcked ¬
tacked tcked him Magistrate Smith Smit gave tbe tbeprisouers tJ8priloler tb tbprisoners 8
prisoners priloler a hearing but they tey refused reued to say saranything sayanything sa y yif
anything and were committed commlttd In I default dtault of ofbail ofbl c cbail if
bail bl If I Durell urel had lain undiscovered undsovered many manyminutes manyminutc man I
minutes minutc longer he would probably pr3bly have havebled havehlrd hay haybled 51
bled hlrd to death deat and his slayers jitfght m ght never neverhave ne er erhve r rhave
have hve been captured cpturd The Te cause ClUl of the at attack a atck atack ¬
tack tck Is a deep mystery
C CA A S TO TOR R I A Forlafanlsand Forhfanuad ChJJdra C d Bears Bea the thejfa thed
jfa Kind Kin Yen Have Always Bought Ste5rore Sig o
C Consul Hughes at Coburg Tells Tellsllow TensHow
llow How the Toys ToJs Are re Made MadeHundreds deo deoundrcdH
H Hundreds of Men len Employed In the theFactories tbeFnctorleae
Fnctorleae FactoriesThe Factories The Value nlue of German GermanCornets GermanCorMet
Cornets CorMet Sold in England Ten TIme TlntcMa TImeaa
a aa Great n na of ct Tho Those e Sent to the theUnited theUnied
United Unied State StateA A Colombian Decree DecreeOliver Decree01er
Oliver 01er J D Hughes Consul Conul of the Uni United Unite ¬
ted te t ed States Sttes at Coburg Coburg has hn sent to t the State StateDepartment StateDep
Department Dep D epartment rtent an interesting interetng report about aout the themanufacture te teDiufacturo theanufacture
Diufacturo m manufacture of dolls dols in Thuringia the thetrade te tetde
trade tde tr ade in which he says ss baa ba become eaten extensive eten etensie ¬
sive sie a ive Mr 11r Hughes writes writesThe wrlte
The Te toy trade te may be traced tred basJv b ba In InThuringia InThuringia
Thuringia T to the te Middle Ages it Is the thepredecessor toepred
predecessor pred p redecessor ceSor of the doll dol trade tae whlh is of ofa ofa ofmuch
a a much later date dte the first doll dol having havingbenn havisbenn
benn b enn manufactured mauatued about forty or Ity Ity Ityyears ty tyyeaI
years yeaI y ears ago agoSimple agoSimple
Simple as a a doll dol may appear at first firstsight frst frstsight
sight s ight the te work needed neede for its Is completion cmpleton is iscomplicated Iscomplcted
complicated complicatedThe complcted complctedThe c
The commonest kind knd of doll dol now in the themarket te temnrket
market m arket is the te Qne < which goes under under the theiamo t
Lame fl ame of wax doll dol Its It trunk tnk is made of ofcheap ofcbeap
cheap c shirting stuffed with sawdust
shrtng stufed wih swdust or orexcelsior orecelslor orxcelsior
excelsior e its It legs leg and arms ams and ad head are areusually areuualy aresually
usually uualy u of papiermache ppiermache the last having havinga havingthin
a thin wax covering a coarse ce shirt shir com completes I Ipletes I
pletes p letes this ti very poor p or and ad simple type tye of ofdoH I Idoll
doll d oll and yet et many hands have been en enaged t tgaged tgaged
gaged g aged in getting getng it I ready Certain Certin workmen workmenmake wokmenmake wokmeuake
make m ake the arms ars and legs leg either eiher by cutting cuttingthem cutin
them t out of wood wod or by molding them of ofpapiermache atppiermache ofapiermache
papiermache ppiermache p others oter arrange arnge the limbs lmbs in inflat Infat
flat fi at wooden boxes which the thestove
fat woen bxe are put near nea te testoye
stove s tove or in the te sun to dry dr others ohem dip the thoarms te
arms ars a rias and legs into a basin bain containing red reddye reddye I
dye d ye to give thme a fleshlike feshlke appearance appearanceothers appEaranceother
others other o thers sew cover and anc stuff stul the th doa oth others ¬
ers er e ra paint the eyebrows lips lps and hair har if ifthis I Ithis
this t his last last be not merely indicated by paint paintmohair paIntmohIr puntmohaIr
mohair mohIr is I glued glue CD CDThe C
The manufacture manufactt e of tbe glass gla5 eyed eyC as aswell aswell
well as the fixing fxing of the same sae in the thehed thehedIs head headis heads I
is i s again dono by different diferent people and ad all allthe al
the te parts prt are put together by a small smal man manufacturers 1an ¬
ufacturers ufacturer u who whouSWUT usually lives Ins In town and andto I
to t o whom the te workmen worken engaged in the t man manufacture mn mnufacture ¬ I
ufacture ufacture u of o parts p of dolls carry cr the te product productof proct proctot
of o f their teir weekly wekly toil toilModel taUMoel
Model Moel dolls are suite Quie similar simiar to t thewax the thewax
wax dolls with the exception excepton that they theyarc theyae
wax arc ae a re provided prvided with wih heads made mae entirely entrely of ofwax o owa ofvax
waxIn wa
In the te manufacture of mat dolls the thelimbs the1mbs theimbs
limbs 1mbs l and heads are dipped into a I solution solutionwhich soluton solutonwhic solutionwhich
which whic is supposed suppsed to make them washable washauieThe wahaile wahaileThe
The making of fine doll wigs must be beconsidered beconsidere beonsidered
considered considere c an art by by Dy Itself Itelf Mohair which whichis whichs
is i s imported Imprted in large lare quantities quattes from Eng Engand ¬
land l is used in this ls manufacture some sometimes sometmes ¬ I
times tmes human buma hair halr is employed but the thelatter thelatter
latter l material being expansive its Is use usewill usewi usewill
will wi always be limited limitedThe lmied lmiede limitedThe
The e consumption cnsumpton of China bisque headr headris headrIs
is very Ter large lare and about abut a dozen factories factoriesare factorlet1are factoriesare
are engaged engged exclusively eclusively in manufacturing manutacturlnl
them two new ones now being built buit In Inthis inthis Inthis
this district districtThe distrIt districtThe
The he mass mas out of which china chna heads bes are arcmade aremade aremade
made consists of o china clna clay cia quartz quat sand
I feldspar and kaolin kaoln These Tese materials are arcput areput
put into iron drums and
drus mixed mixe ground ound oundi
i I between flint flt stones stone and wetted wettedThe wetted wettedThe
The mixture is filled fled into hollow holow gypsum gsum
forms and remains long enough to allow allowpart aUowpart allowpart
part of the mass to settle sette on the inner innersurface Innersurface Innersurface
surface of the mold and become beme firm fr The Theremainder Te Teremainder Theremainder
remainder Is poured pure out agate agal and the thegypsum te tegsum thegypsum
gypsum forms which consist of two
gsum whic consit parts partsare prts prtsnre portsare
are removed so 0 that that the china cina heads heds in
their unfinished unfnished state stte are left left Before Betoe Betoethe
they the have become hard
bcme quite quie all rough roughness roughness
ness is removed removed removed from the surface uface and the thespaces te tespaces thespaces
spaces for the mouths and eyes ar nra cut cutovens cutout cutout
out out Net Next the heads arc epose exposed I In Inovens
ovens to an Intense heat het for for about three threefor
days they are then palnt paintd d and placed placedfor placedfor
for a few hours into another aother kind of oven ovenso ovenso
so that the paint is burned in inThe In inThe
The glass glas eyes eye are blown blow out of tubes
held over a strong ong gas gs dame fame they are areconnected areconneted areconnected
connected conneted by wire and if It is desired deired to tomke tomke tomake
make mke them movable a a lead led weight is Ins fastened tastene Instenet ¬
tenet tene to the wire wireThe uir wireThe
The Te dressing dresing of dolls dolS is also an eaten extensive eden edenslve eatensive ¬
sive industry Industr Manufacturers lnuf turers employ eploy up
to 200 or 30 300 hands mOty mostly grls girls Of r cc cccent
cent years dolls dols are brought broht out ot dressed dree
in i uniforms uniors to t represent repreent some sme wellknowa welkow welkowchrcter wellknoisncharacter
character chrcter Dolls Dols dressed drecd in II is khaki are now nw
being bing put on the English Englsh market In this thisdistrict thisdistrct thisdistrict
factured facturedBrainard facturedBrnard facturedBralnard district distrct cheap cep goods gos are ae mostly mot manu mau ¬
Brainard Brnard H Warner Warer jr Consul at Leip Leipzig Leipzig Ip Ipzlg ¬
zig informs Inform the the State Department DepaZmet that thatthere tht thtthere thatthere
there are 125 1 corset crt factories facorfs in Germany Germanymost Gerany Geranym
most m of which are are 1 loW located oca UK in tee Rhine Rine Rineproinces Rhineprovinces I Iprovinces
provinces proinces and ad which employ empoy from fr 40000 40000to 400 4000dto
to 50000 5000 women en The corset cret trade trde during duringIncrease
the last year he wrIte writes sbowe showed a lare large
Increase Increse of exports expors particularly prtclaly to Eng ¬
land lad Holland Holand and ad Switzerland Switerland The Te value valuecf valueci aue auec
cf c Germanmade Geranmade corsets cOret sold in England Englandalone Eng Englandalone and andalone
alone last las year yer was ten times tme greater gratr than thanthat th thanthat
that tht of the same class clas of goods goslt tent ent to tothe tothe I Ithe
the United Unie States StatesConsul Stte StatesConsul
Consul Cosul Shaw of BarranqulJa Bnqulaunder Bnqulaunderdate under underdate underdate
date of April 23 1900 reports that
rports tat according ac cccording c ccording ¬
cording to a decree dee promulgated prmulgte by the theMinister theMinister I
Minister of Finance April Apri 2 1900 10 port portcharges po poftcharges it iti
i charges which have heretoltre been beenrl cal collected I
i lected lete in Colombian ColomblaJ currency curenc are ar now to I Ibe
te b collected c1ected in the gold coin of O r the coun countr cottatry
tr try to which the vessel may 1 bulong long Tis Tis1tclaly This Thisnater1ally I
materially 1tclaly Increases Increcs the expenses exp if f ves Vessel yeszei
eels sel zei entering and clearing cering at Colombian Colombianports Coombia L Lports
ports prt portswliLTECAPVICTIM
QrlUcrcton Brltleton Han Makes Xo Complaint Complaintto S
to the Police PoliceBRIDGETON Polee PoleeBRIGETON PoliceBRIDGETOK
BRIDGETON BRIGETON N J June 4 4The The empty emptypaltt emptypalt r rpaint
paint potfond potad pot and brush brsh which played such suchhavoc suchhavoc I Ihavoc
havoc with wih the personal peona appearance of ofSmith ofSmih o oSmith
Smith Smih Alford Alord on n Friday Fidy night last are oa oaexhibition 0 0exhibito S Sexhibitionat
exhibition exhibito at the te City Hall Hal Alford Alord hastaken hastakenhimself hatken hatkenhlmsel 1 1himself
himself off bag and baggage and
hlmsel of b not a avoice avoice C Cvoice
voice Is s raised ried in sympathy sympaty with wit him himWhile himWhIe himWhile
While WhIe the remarkable remarkableepl episode ode was aludd aluddto nlud d dt6 I Ito
to by ministers mlniter in several seral pulpits pulpit yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day there was no word wor of condamnatlcn condamnatlcnfor cdamnaln cdamnalntor 1 1for
for the socalled socled whitecaps whitecapsThe whiecaps whiecapsTe whitecapsThe
The Te Interval which whlchoelapsed elapsed from the tle time timeAlford tme tmeAtord tIm I IAlford
Alford Atord got himself hlm U loose from the te tree treewith treewih treewith
with wih the paint pant and feathers fetbf clinging clnging to his hisskin hisskin hi 5 5akin
skin from trm bead to t foot fot and an the te hour of ofhis ofhis o ohis
his poor poow1cs wifes funeral funerl was employed by bj r
the man in ridding rlddne himself himel of the evidences evidencesof S Sof
of his illtreatment UtratmenL Ever since the strike strikeof strikeof strikiof
of the glassworkers gIassworker ho has ha been on the tbeunions theunlons lb lbunions
unions relief rele list ls receiving receiing 8 per week weekalthough weekalhough weekalthuugh
although alhough there has ha been ben a demand for forworkmcn f fworkmen fo foworkmen
workmen since the te strike was w eetted that thatcould tat tatcould tha t tcould
could hardly harly be b filled filledThree flt fltThrce filledThrce
Thrce hours hour after Mrs Alford AlOrd was w laid In Inthe I Ithe I
the te cemetery her husband husland was w on his way wayto wayt wa V Vto
to t Salem with his children cidren Late Lte Saturday Saturdaynight Saturay Saturaynight Saturda r rnight
night teams teas came from that city ciy and ad carted cartedhis cted ctedhi I Ihis
his hi household houehold effects efect away The Te house was wasclosed wascoed wa S Sclosed
closed coed up and is now deserted de rted Alford Alor did didnot didnot dli I Inot
not not go before the authorities aulhorfe to lodge a acomplaint acomplaint acomplaint
complaint against the men who were re responsible responsible reaponsible ¬
sponsible for his maltreatment malteatment and tbe tbepublic t1e t1epublc th a apublic
public publc without wihout exception excepton accepts accept ths th ex explanation e oxplacation ¬
placation planaUc of the Affords Alords neighbors neighbor as to tothe tote ti a athe
the te reasons rcsons of the uprising uprsing of the socrll soclhd soclhdwhlep9 d dwhitecaps I Iwhitecaps
whitecaps whlep9 There was ws no denial denlal on the thepart thepat tb e epart
part pat of the severelypunlaheil severlypunlhell man of the thestories thedories tb e estories
stories of his alleged aleged heartlras herthrs treatment treatmentof teatment teatmentof t tothis
of othis his wife wie He did say y that tat the th wrath wrt of ths thsregulators t Us a aregulators
regulators reglator wee stirred strred up by the te gcsslpplng gcslp gcslppig gossip gossipping
ping pig women of the neighborhood nelghbaho but he hemade hemade h 0 0made
made no attempt atempt to refute any of the hid hideous hideus hideous ¬
eous eus charges During the five we wee weeka eks ill illness I Illness ¬
ness Mrs Ir Alford Alord had hd medical meicl attendance attendanceonly atte attendasteonlytow ar
only onlytow tow days and this was wa through thrugh ths th thOveneer
Overseer of the Poor PoorAll PoorAU PoorAll
All the while whie Mrs Mr Alford Alor was wa ill 1 her herhusband herhusbnd be r rhusband
husband husbnd was wa caring cring for a a young youngelo cclorei ccloreiwoman 1 1woman
woman named Annie Pitts Pit who wh hails from froma a asettlement
a settlement settement known as 3Tbe The Te Ba Barrens Rns In InSalem InSlcm ii a aSalem
Salem Slcm county couty He gave yethe the woman woan open openand opn opnand opei a aand
and marked attention atenton and while ble his wife wifelay wie wielay WI WIlay
lay dying she told neighbors nellhbf who called calledupon taliciupon alcd alcdupon
upon her the couple would old come cOe in her herroom herrom he r rroom
room roomNo rom romNo roomNo
No arrests arret have haT been ben made and nd It Inot Inottou not notthought no nothought
thought tou t likely kely that tht the te authorities autorte will wliltake willtke wli l ltake
take any steps step in the matC matCTe matter matterThe matterThe
The Te people of AVahin Wadhininca ai ton oD are ar determined dtminw to t I 0
liaveHmrich bneIllch because beu they tb y know knw that tht Maerzea liaezeraatessd unl
Senate Slte1nd aatessd and Lager Lge cr U re pure pe and ad trholesoin whKnf Phone Phne PhneGIAUCg Pint C Ccat
cat GIAUCg Arlington Bottling Doalng Company Cm1 for a cue Ce
For F or People Vhone 7hou hoNeStomach Stornnchu Are AreIVenlc Areenk AreWeak
Weak enk and Diereaifon Dlg atron Poor PoorDr PoorDr PoorDr
Dr Harlandson wad wb whdl < opinion In dls diseases dlseSe dlsses ¬
eases eSe ea ses is worthy worhy of attrition nttUo says say when a aman aman
man m min an or woman ma comes coe to loeccomplalnlng xccmplaing of ofindigestion ofIndgeslon ofdIgestion
indigestion Indgeslon in loss l s of apnejitet app appoite Ite sour stonUch stonUchbelching st stoxeizhelching h hbelhing
bsl belching belhing b sour watery waterrJtpg watergrispg rjsipg headaches headachessleeplessness heu2he headacheseeplessness
sleeplessness sl slc lack of ambition and am a gen generl gen general genccl ¬
eral erl c slth ccl run rn down nervous nerou nervous5co condition cnditon ditlon I advise advisethem avie avietem adviseem
them tem th em to take tke after afer cacti ecl rfeal D one onaor or two twoof twoof
of Stuarts Dyspepsia Tiblels Tb allowing alowlng the thetablet thetblet theblet
tablet tblet ti blet to t dissolve dissole in the te mouth mout and thus thusmingle thusmingle thusingle
mingle m mth ingle with wih the thelO food eaten The result reul is isthat I isat
that th at the te food fod is Ife speedily dlydlgested digested before It Ithas Ith Itas
has h h as time tme to sour and ad ferment fermet These Thee tab tablets tb tbJet tabts ¬
lets Jet le leth ts will wi digest the food fo anyway whether whetherthe wheter wheterte whethere
the te th thc e stomach stomac wants wnt to or not bcuse because they theycontain theycontin theyontain
contain contin c harmless harless digestive digstve principles prncples veg vegetable vegeable vegtable ¬
table eable e ew essences pepsin and Golden Gold n Seal Sealwhich Sel Selwhich Sealhich
which w hich supply just what the te weak stomach stomachlacks stonn stonnlacks stornac
lacks lacksI la cks cksI
I have adVised the tablets tbl t with wih great greatsuccess get getsucces
success succes s both bth in curing curnG Indigestion ndigeston and ad to tobuild tobuid
build buid b uild up the issues lss < increasing Incring fl 1L8 fiah oh in thin tbinnervous tln tlnnerous thinervous
nervous n nd patients pat uts whose real trouble truble was wasdyspepsia wasdyepepsla
dyspepsia d and as soon soona8te as the stomach stmach was wasput wasput wasut
put p ut to rights rIght they toy did not know kow what sick sickness slc aic ¬
ness nes n ess was wasA wasA
A fifty ffy cent package pckage ct Sturts Stuarts Dyspep Dyspepsia Dysep Dysepsia ¬
sia sia ia Tablets can c be bought at a any drug stwe stweand sle sleDnd aurend
and a nd as they are nr not a secret patent medi medicine medlcne ¬
cine cne c lue they can be used use as often as a desired desiredwith desird desirdwih desiredith
with wih w ith full ful assurance arnc that tat they ty contain ntin nash nOlhIng nothing ¬
ing t ag harmful harful in the te slightest slghtEst degree on the thecontrary thecontary
contrary contary c anyone whose stomach is at all allderanged al alleranged
deranged dernged d will w1 find tnd great geat benefit bneft from the theuse theuse these
use u se of Stuarts Stuats Dyspepsia Tablets TaNet They Theywill Tey Teywi Theyill
will wi w ill cure any form for of of stomach stomac wunes weakness or ordisease ordisae orisease
disease disae d except cancer cnr of the te stomach stomachA stomachA
John ohn Ij L Sullivan SnUI ynn Epre Ciy Expresses rentes ea Opinions Opinionson
on Painting PaintingFrom IJnlntnJ
From F the Kew SeW NewIark fork S rk Commercial mral Advertiser AdvertiserJohn Adnrlr AdnrlrJohn AdvertiserJohn
John L L I Sulivan Sul han alto Ilt in his corner In Inhis Inhis inis
his h is Broadway saloon slon and all al about the thethe te tethe
the t he great geat round table tablebetore before beore him bask bk the themen te temn theen
men mn m en who admire greatness gretnes Usually Usuly the theconversation theconenaton theonversation
conversation conenaton c is of fighting fghtng yesterday it itwas I itas
wa w was as of art art Usually Gsualy the te retinue retnue talk tk yes yesterday yesterday yeserclay ¬
terday t it was wa Mr r Sullivan Suln himself himselfUsually himef himefUlualy himseiraually
Usually Ulualy U aually it I goes goe like lke this thisSay thisSay thisSay
Say John I beard head a teller feler sayln syln hed hedseen hedseen hedeon
seen a eon you u done up upThe upThe upThe
The roan ma who said sd this tis clutched cuLche his hi chair chairas cai chairas
as a if f ready to rise and run rn while wnle all al the theothers te teoter thethers
others oter o seemed to be amazed amaed at his hlatemerity histemeriy hIsemerity
temerity temeriy t or nerve Mr Sullivan Sullva who whobaa whoha whoas
baa ha h as been looking loking down lost lo In thought tought or orsomething orEomClng oromething
something EomClng s gradually gualy grasps gP the tb Import Imprt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the remark remrk and slowly settles sette his gaze gazeupon gazepon
ge geupon
upon u pon the te speaker spaker His brow brow contracts cntrat and andhie andhis andis
his h is jaw sets st It I Is IS evident he b expect epect an anexplanation anxplanation
explanation eplaaton e and ad the daring man ma begins bgu to togive t toive
give g ive one oneIt oneIt oneIt
It was w by one c blow blowThe blowThe blowThe
The amazement azem t increases Incee the te patience patiencedecreases patence patencedecrees patienceecreases
decreases decreasesIt d ecreases ecreasesIt
It was Wa the te corkscrew corksrew blow blowThe blowTe blowThe
The Te circle laughs relieved reHeve Sullivan Sullivanponders Sullivanponders
ponders understands undertnds and S d appreciating appreciatingthe ppreclatng ppreclatngthe
the t he joke of his hs fondness fondne for the te drinks drinksthat drinkshat
that t hat are re drawn draw upon upn by ih Jlie ie e corkscrew corkscrewpays crkcrew crkcreways corkscrewpays
pays ays for the pun He iravefr W vjsvq his hs hand had and andthe andthe andthe
the drinks driks are on the theThen house houseThen lsouseThen
Then there tere is I silence slenoe The 1e retinue retnue is isnot Isnot Isnot
not great gt at conversaaoR eonv converauia p themselves themselvesso teeve5 teeve5EO themselvesso
so they wait walt You bave hav havtIe tiipe le to t look lok all allaround al alucund allarcund
around at the te palntlnrs pntn pa on on the wall wal all allscenes al alene allscones
scenes ene from frm Dantes Dates vnferao f o and d down downupon downup downupon
upon up the te bla black = k k beautiful bautuI cajpeL p fpt pet The Te car carpet cr crpet carpet ¬
pet seems ses incongruous Incnbous somehow and ad you youwonder youwonder youwonder
wonder at the te connection cnnect n between betwe these thesefine the thesefine
fine fne things and the te resq reL till tl ill with 1t great greatdeliberation get greatdeliberation
deliberation dtUbrton Mr lr Sullivan Sulv n r removes moves his hi big bigcigar bigcgr bigcigar
cigar cgr from his hi mouth mout aad I bd d spits It upon upn vel velvety velvety vetvety ¬
vety things tings It I Is all al right rightThis rlghLThis t
This Ti is Il all as t usual uua On On Tuesday ay last lasthowever last lasthowever I Ihowee
however howee Mr r Sullivan Sulha was wu called cltl upon upn in inono inono inone
ono of the te city ciy courts curt to t t pass p on 01 the te mer merits merIt merits ¬
its of a large oil of himself
It 10r1e 01 portrait prtit hlmsel Has Having Hlv HlvInl HasIng ¬
ing acquitted himself on this occasion with withgreat
Inl acquite hlms1 o ts aclon wih wihgr L Lgreat
great gr at satisfaction stifacton to himself hiIelf and his hisfriends hisfrends hisfriends
friends frends Mr Ir Sullivan Sutvan has h Allowed 110we art ar to toreceive toreeive toreceIve
receive reeive a considerabl chailih c clhh on his no notice notce norice ¬
rice tce of late He H Is rcw r ro wdIspeig dispensing to the thetlon te i isatellites
sttltes satellites of hi his crtr corner t titble le In conn connton connec connection
tlon ton with wt occasional ocaiona rounds rund en e the thehouse te i ihouse
house housc most mot direct diret and forcible forible disquisi disquisitions diqulsl diqulsltona disquisitians ¬
tions tona on canvas cnas portrayal portrT in general generl and andthe ad adte t tthe
the te artistic arstc merits meris of the te immediate mmedite stir surroundings sr srrndlng stirroundings ¬
roundings in In short he
rndlng particular prtcular sort was wasreminded wasreminded I Ireminded
reminded that t t be is a patron of the fine as aswell as I Iwell
ptrn o te
well wel as a the manly mnl art artVery 3 artVery
Very Ver candidly Mr Ir Sullivan Su1van admitted admittedyesterday admite L Lyesterday
yesterday yeteray afternoon afernoon that although alhough he had hadnever hadnever I Inever
never paid pid no particular prtcular notice to the thepicture te tepcture i ipicture
picture pcture work that tt Allend had stuck up uparound Uf u uaround
around arnd yet be had begun bgn to realize relze that thatthere tt tttee thaithere
there tee might be b something sometl in it at that thatfer t thaifer t tfe
fer fe guys gYI that tat give gie up much muc appreciation appreciationfer appreaton appreatonfer I Ifec
fer high art ar an all al that that To such suc be ad admitted admite adraitted ¬
mitted mite he could see se what an elegant elegnt ad advantage advantge advantage ¬
vantage vantge an an ar gallery gler like lie we put up upwould upwould upwould
would afford afor He le added ade hevrever Wever the re regretful regetul regretful ¬
gretful getul proviso that tht art a lovers wuz ww never neergG nevesgood
good gG buyers buyersIts buyer buyersIts
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and and he spoke with wih the te force and convic conviction convicten convictiers ¬
tiers ten that tat come from frm a fortyeighticch fortyeighticchchest tortyelghtInchchet S Schest
chest chet These Tee art hangings hangng like lke what whatgt I Igot
got gt around arund here is different Iferet like lke people peopleces t tcares
cares ces fer em em I mean me this ts way wa I reads S
what Dante says sy all al the naked people peoplepainted pople poplepnto h Sh
painted pnto up here is an what theyre teyre up upaglat u uagainst S
against aglat an a lets llt it i go g at that tt I passes pases pasesem S Scm
em tip p See Maybe Mybe I cons ns the picture picturesbad C Cshark
shark as come in i1 with guff guf on foreground foregroundatmoiphere foregroundatmosphere
atmosphere perspective perpective color scheme an anwors anwords
words wors like lke that that Its art a an some folks folkslkes S Slikes
likes lkes it I Wtatell 1tel They Tey likes Ikes It i an a thy thygets thyget th r rgets
gets get it I but but but on the dead not any an ar fsr fsrmine frmine Is r rmine
mine Not fer a regular reglar thiug I mean mea A Aman Aman d t tman
man what runs rns a 1 place like lke me here s got gotter gotter go t tter
ter be intelligent Intelgent like lke on the an ar end but butoutside butoutide butoutside
outside outide general commenting commentng I passes pases it itup Itcp I IThe
up upThe cpTe The Te gaze of Mr Ir Sullivan Sulvan had wandered wanderedover wanderedover wanderoover
over his art at treasures treaures and ad rested restl on the thegorgeous te tegorgeous tb tbgorgeous
gorgeous panel labeled Danton Artist ArtistDante Artst ArtstDante ArtistDante
Dante Poet Dore Illustrator Iuttor in Black Blackand Black Blackand
and Whie White Although Alhoug Mr I Sullivan Suln con confessed cn cnfossd contossed ¬
tossed fossd an a imperfect imperett knowledge knowle e of the more moreancient moreacient mar e eancient
ancient acient celebrities celebrites of the te pictured picture storiex storiexhe storie storiehe storiej C
he testified testfed with some som profanity profait and andlength ad adlengh arli arlilength 1
length lengh to a complete knowledge of the theartist theart5t th e eartist
artist art5t This brought brught on painful pinful reminis reminiscences reminiscences ¬
cences of the te difference difeence between the artist artistand artit artitard artis t
and court courtI ard court himself himsel that had hd lately been ben aired la lacourt Incourt I Icourt a
I cant ct but admit admit beg3n began Mr Ir Sullivan Sullivanbut Sulv Sullivarbut I
but wot Danton done good god on these thesc here herepaintings herepaming her e epaintings
paintings paming at that Why wouldnt he He Hewuz Heuz H e ewuz
wuz uz paid pad good god for the daubin dubln But say sayoutsider sy syoutider sn snoutsider
outsider outider art rt that tat fellers feles bughouse bughoue a anutty anutty anutty
nutty Frenchman thats tats wot wt he Is Is You Youseen Yousen To U Uthe
seen sen the te chromo chroDo le Le done of me Well Wellsay Wel I Isay
say sy that tt wuz the limit at all In nuttin nuttindoin nutn nutndoln I Idata
data The Tho lunch hookhbd hookhod hodksh d put on me meSay meSay meSay
Say they wuz slender Jke like youd ud think tink IS I Iwuz Iwuz
wuz a n dancing master mater An the te feet feetbubo feetbuboSix feethuhSix bub bubSix S
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pr prtrit perS
trait trit painter I gueta guU not n t tt ttsuppose t I suppose suwe hes heswot heswot be besot S
wot they call cal a genry gnr painter maybe maybeWhy maybeWhy
Why say sy wotd he do qnthe Q n t the art here but butcopy butcopy bs bscopy i
copy off of Dory Thats Tat wot he done He Heaint Healnt Heaint
aint so s much why say 5 aaywas f
It I was wa with wit some difficulty dlmcu1yat that Mr Sul Sullivan Sulliven ¬
liven 1an was led le at this polntfrom polntJrom personal personalvituperation per personalvituperation
vituperation viuperaton back bak to t the to broad field flld of ofart ofat ofart
art at When ben bias bia and andpersonpI personal aggrieve aggrievement aggieve aggievement aggrievement
ment hud passed pacd off of in some rm fifteen ffeen min minutes minutes mm mmutea ¬
utes of inward rumbling rmbUn Mr 1r Sullivans Sullivansface Sulvas Sulvasface Sullivansface
face cleared cleard and with wit a fresh esh round rund of ofdrinks ofdrinks ofdrinks
drinks came cme his last word wo on art artPictures art artPictures
Pictures Pictres aint bad when en they draws drawstrade draw3trade drawstrade
trade like lke here he said sai These ue pictures picturesof
of ours our is grad od an convenient Theyre Theyreall Teyre TeyreaU Theyreall
all oil 01 see thumping thumping Sharon Sh on with wih his hisponderous hisponderous hisponderous
ponderous forefinger forefnge They Tey all al roll rol up upan upa upan
an a weve got golhoxes boxes they can cn all al be put putIn putIn putIn
In In
There might have been more of this but butMr butJlr butMr
Mr Jlr Sullivan Sulan suddenly seemed to become becomesuspicious becomesUJlcous becomesuspicIous
suspicious sUJlcous He is I as a the te whole world worldknows worldkows worldknows
knows kows a large man ma and ad strong strng and when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he leaned forward ornr and said ald in his expres expressive Epres Epressle expressire ¬
sire way Say young feller feler is yer kid kiddin kiddin kiddin
din me snoT the te young fellow felow clutched cIuthed the thechair theehalr thechair
chair rose rse and went straight out flinging flingingreassurances fingng fingngreaurce flingingreassurances
reassurances reaurce over over his shoulder at the thewrathful thewrathful he hewrtful
wrathful wrtful art a connoisseur cODolser who however howeverremained howeerrEmained howeverremained
remained seated only nly looking lokig severely severelyafter severly severlyafer severelyafter
after afer his hi interviewer interviewerAn
An InOlltOrtune Inopportune InoptortuneGentle Moment MomentGentle JlomentGente
Gente Gentle spring sprng had hd com cme come The Te young oun grass wi wiowing wu wuPWig wstFowine
PWig Fowine owing by the roadside radde alon ao along which whc they tey strolled strolledivc itrl stroildLove <
Lye Love ivc fired fr the youths youts breast beat AhL Ah h I Hiss M Stieles StielesEdithl SzieIcsEtisthi
Edithl EthI lie cried aO suddenly EdnT I lore IOc yon yonI ou1 I place placemy ple plemy pinesray
my happiness hp S in your our bande bandeNo hndl hndlo handsiN
No N o nol no Noi now cowl she begged beggedAnd beggedAnd
And d why wh not n now nowBecause nowf nowfB nowBecusc ie
Because B I need nee both bth hinds J to manage mn my xoyskirt mysk myskirts
skirt skirtIt sk skirts skirtsIt
skJ It J W was u A indtej indt inde true t for tJie he e rdV road was muddy muddyKuU muddyr
5 KuU r uaA uaMr are ae in i the te spring ri
Many M any Persons Convicted Only on onCircumstantial onCrcumstatal onCircumstantial
Circumstantial Crcumstatal Evidence EvidenceXotablc EvidenceNotahle EvidenceotabIe
Xotablc Notahle li otabIe Instances Inaaueel That Have Re Recently Recently e ecentl ¬
cently centl Occurred Occurre In Thin Thl Country CountryThe Countr CountrTheCae CountryThe
The TheCae Ca Cases c or ot Llzxle Lizie Borden and andMm ant antra andMrs
Mm ra Flernjnu Flemnl Who AVcre creSot Not Found FoundGuilty FoundGIUtSad PoundGuiltySad
Guilty GIUtSad GuiltySad Sad 3Il 3UcarragcB Miscarriages carrlaRe of Justice JusticeIt JudiceIt
It to t scarcely srcely too to much to t say that tat the themajority te temaortyo theajority
majority maortyo m ajority of persons pr who are ae accused of ofmurder ofmurderanl ofmurder
murder murderanl and against ant whom is i nothing notin but butcircumstantial hutctta butrcuestantial
ctta cl circumstantial evidence eYen are ae convicted convicte Call Callover Cal Calove Callver
over ove a ver the great murder cases of the te last lasttjii lastiz
gea mure cae o lat lattu
tjii tu L iz years yeJ yeats which have h v occupied oc ple the public publicmind publIcmnd pubitemind
mind mnd and ad pages pge of o the te newspapers n wapr in the theUnited theUnite thenited
United Unite U nited States Stts for months mntlyle monthaCarlyle Carlyle Harris HarrisDr Haris HarisDr HarrIsr
Dr D r Buchanan Buc TheodoreTJurant Teoote urt Mr May Maybrick Mayrick lay laybck
brick bck b rick Mrs Mr Fleming Femng Mrs Mr Nack Nak and ad Mar Martin Martn Marin ¬
tin tn t in Thorn Torn Lizzie Borden Brden Harry Ha Hayward HaywardWilliam HywdWila HaywardWilliam
William Wila Holmes Holmes Luetgcrt Lcetgtl Ltetgertoll all these tee cases caseswere cses cseswere casesere
were w ere based bed on o circumstantial cruIstnl evidence and andconviction andcnvlclcn andonvictica
conviction cnvlclcn c ensued enued in all al of them tem except excepttwo ecpt ecptwo exceptwo
two wo Lizzie Lizze Borden Boren and ad Mrs Mr Fleming Feming who whowere i iwere I Iwcre
were acquitted acquittedIn acuit 1 1In
In the te summer of 1892 a Jury jur la In inWaldron inWaldronrk Waldron WaldronArk Wadr i iArk
Ad Ark Ark A rk found fond Abner Ray Ry guilty giy of o the te mur murder murdeo mures ¬
der deo d At es of John Potts Potl The Te convicted convict man mn rose roseto rs roseo
to t o his bs feet to t protest prtest his hl innocence Innence His Hislimbs Ils Ils1mbs Hisimbs
limbs 1mbs l trembled his hs face fae flushed fue and hq hqfell h9fel hpell
fell fel f ell forward forar dead of heart disease d1 e A Amtnt mo moment mameat ¬
meat later John oh Potts Pott entered etere the te court courtroom cur courtoom I Irm
room roomIn rm r oomIn I IIn
In the essential eenta details detis of o thte tl case ce his history hs hstory hisory ¬
tory t ory simply repeated reeated Itself Isl for In 1811 1St at atGibraltar atGbrt atGibraltar
Gbrt Gibraltar a case c strikingly stkngly similar flIa oc occurred 0 0cure OccurrerL ¬
curred cure James aes Baxwell Bawel a 1 rich merchant merchantlived mehat merchantiiTed
lived lvd in I a small sal house near ner the t base bas of ofMount atMount ofMount
Mount St St Michel Mt hel His daughter fught Elezia Eleziawas ElezlaWI Eleziawas
was WI of surpassing sursing beauty buty and had ha many manysuitors may maysult manysuitoru
suitors sult all ai of which she treated teated with wIt in indifference Indlfere indifference ¬
difference dlfere But at church curch one oe day she saw sawgazing SW SWgaing sawgazing
gazing gaing at her a handsome hadme young youg stranger strangerWilliam stgr stgrWiim strangerWilliam
William Wiim Katt Ktt an a Englishman Eglshma It I wa was love loveat loveat loveat
at first firt Eight Eht and soon so Katt found fod means meansto mes mesto meansto
to be bt presented preeenteG ia the beautiful beautful girl grl end endshortly Ind Indshorly endshortly
shortly shorly asked ake of a her eI fatter her hand in inmarriage InmrageBut inmarriage
marriage mrageBut But he was wa Opposed dppse bitterly bitery to tothe tothe tothe
the match matchThe mtch matchThe
The Te lovers lover implored imploe but In vain vanTen vanTente Then Thenthe Thenthe
the announced that she would
te girl aounced tat wold marry marryhim marryhim
him hm In i spite spie of everything everthing The Te father fatherwas fther ftherWa fatherwas
was Wa enraged enrgd and ad was wa heard lea to t say sy that tht he hewould hewoud hewould
would woud kill kl her rather rther than th permit pe1 her to tomarry t tomarry
marry m Katt Katt A few days later cries crie were wereheard werehe wereheard
heard he coming cog from frm a cave cve back bk of Baa Baxwells Ba Bawels Baawells
wells wels house After a little ItUe the te moans moansdied moS moSdied moansdied
Then the daughter was missed missedIn missedand
died away awT Te te dug e wa mised i
ad and ate alter a few days a se3c search wa was made madeIn
In the cave cve were wer found a skirt skrt and ad other otherarticles otheratces otherarticles
articles atces of her clothing cothng clotted coted with blood bloodBits bloodBits
Bits Bit of hair har to which blood blo adhered ahered were wereIdentified wereIdentfed wereidentified
Identified Identfed as from the thehd head of c Elena Elea Bat Baxwell Tn Tnwel Batwell ¬
well wel was arrested aeste convicted cnlcte of the te mur murder murder murder ¬
der of his daughter dughter and ad sentenced setence to todoath todoa todeath
death doa As he was W being bng led le to the scaffold scaffoldhe sfOd sfOdhe
he saw sw Katt Kt in the crowd cowd and ad stepping steppingover step lng lngonr
over to him hi said sid My friend fr d in one min minute mInut mm mmate ¬
ute ut I ihall hs1 be in eternity etenty I wish wls to die dieat 1 1at
at peace p3e with wih all men men Give Gve me m mri your hand handI
I pardon paO you freely fr ly for fo the t terrible teribe injury injuryyour Injuryyour injuryyour
your evidence has bs done me meBaxwell meBweI meBaxwell
Baxwell BweI mounted mounte the te scaffold scfold and the theblack te teblk theblack
drawn hIs face Just Justas JustAs
black cap cp was wa drw over h fe Jut
as the th e trap t2 was a about abut to be sprung sprg a sharp sharpcry shap shapcry sharpcry
I cry was a heard heardI herd
I 11m urn guilty gUy It I is I I alone aloneThe aone aoneTe aloneThe
The Te proceedings pleedlngs were wer stopped stoppe and Katt Kattexplained Kat Kattexplained
explained excitedly cltely that tht he had ha carried cie off offElezia or offElena
I Elena EI In with wit her consent con < nt to be his h wife wife At Atthat Attt Atthat
that very ver moment she was wa not far f away awayin nwayIn awayin
in a 1 place of concealment cncelment But his further furtherdeeds furter furterdods furtherdeeds
done without her knowl knowledge knowledge ¬
deeds dods had been be 1tout kowl kowled
edge ed e He had hd < aken ken a lock lo of o her he hair har and andseveral a andseveral
several rnrl articles arIces of o her dress dres and ad had haddaubed haddaube haddaubed
daubed them te with wit lambs labs blood blo and put putthem putthEm putthem
them In the te cave Ye and ad had made the te cries criesthat criestt criesthat
that tt the te neighbors neigbor had heard he While Whie Katt Kattwas Kattwas Kattwas
was speaking spkng Baxwell Bawel had dropped drppe unob unobserved unobered unobserved ¬
served ered Into a chair and as a coon zn aa the te of officials offclIs officlals ¬
ficials fclIs had recovered reover their wits wit they tey took tookoff tookof tookoff
off of th the black cap from fm Dwels Baxwells head headBut hed headBut
I But Baxwell Buwel was dead de Heroic Heric indeed indeedmust Indee indeedmust
must mUlt have hve been the te human frame fme that thatcould thatcld thatjld
could cld jld have withstood witsto such we a strain strainConvicted strin strainConvicted
Convicted Convicte oa the he charge care of o murdering murderinghis murdeIng murdeInghi murderinghis
his hi brotherlBlaw brteIaIw John Crow Crw in May May1SS5 MaylSS May188g
1SS5 lSS J Joh John hn Van Nlmxnan llc served sere ten years yearsin yer yearsin
in Jackson Jackn prison prisn Michigan lclgn In same Sme out outoftheway outI outoftheway
I oftheway ofteway place in the te world where Crow Crowwas Cw Cwwa Crowwas
was wa wandering waderlng he came Cme across acrss a newspa newspaper newsp newspnper ¬
per account accunt of the te trial tr of his brotherin brotherinlaw brtherin brtherinIw brothertnlaw
I law Iw He came ce back bck and in 1894 got Van VanXlmiran Va Vamran VanYimrman
Xlmiran mran out outJ ouLo outTwo
J Two o brothers brther traveled trele together togeter to t a sea seaport se seII seapert ¬
port prt town tow n in I England Englan After Ater dinner they theygot te theygot I
II got into nto a hot argument arment at the te end of ofwhicli otwhic ofwhich
which whic they retired retrd to t a doublebedded doublebeddedroom doublebde doublebeddedroom
I room rm One of the be brothers brter seized Iebe with wit a aviolent Bviolent aviolent
I violent fit f of o nose noe bleeding bleing rose re at 3 3j 3ocock 3oclock
j oclock ocock in the te morning moring and wandered wanered to a at aI aCHff
i cliff cUf He was wa seized seiza by smugglers saglers whom whomhe whomhe ho
he unwittingly unwitngly ha hac detected etecte in burying buryingpuncheons burng burngpuncheon buryingpuncheon
j I puncheons puncheon of spirits They Tey were too to anna amiable amlaI annable ¬
i ble to murder murer him and ad merely merly put him on onbor onboard
i I I board bor a vessel eel which was bound for the theWest te teI theWest
j I West Wet ladies Indie Meanwhile ewhie his hie brother broter who whoafter whoi whoafter
i after ter his hi port pr wine and altercation alerton had hadI had hadI hadgone
j I gone gne calmly Clmly to sleep slep awoke in the te morn mornIng mr mornlag
lag to find fnd his brother brters brothers pillow piow covered coveredwltt CVe coveredbleed
wltt wit blood blo and his brother brter missing msing He Hehastily HejhaUY Hehastily
jhaUY hastily rang rng the te bell bl and summoned summone the thelandlord te telandlor thelandlord
landlord landlor But all al his hi protestations prtettons of in innocence InI inneeence ¬
nocence nocece were fruitless frl69 and at he was w soon sconin sn soonin
I in 1 the hands hads of the te law Stains Stins of blood bloodwere blo bloodwere
were wer traced trt from fr the bedroom brm to the edge edgecf ege egeI edgeof
I cf f a cliff cUf where wher marks mark of a scuffle ume were werefound werefound werefound
found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The brother was wa tried trIed convicted and andhanged ad adhaged andhanged
hanged haged Left Lef for dead de on the te gallows glloW his hislife hi hislife
life le was wa saved stved almost almot miraculously mlacuously by bya byn bya
a n wandering waering shepherd who attracted atrcted by bya bya bya
a low moan mo cut down the te hanging hagng click choking cok cokIng clicklag ¬
ing man ma resuscitated resuscitte him and ad helped helpedhim bc1 helpedhim ed edhim
him him to escape escue on board hord a vessel bound boundfor boundfor boundfor
for the Barbados Bbado The Te first frt man he met metin metIn metin
in Roebuck Robuck Street Steet Bridgetown Bridgetow wa was the thebrother thebroter thebrother
brother broter for whose wbof murder he had been beenwholly ben benboly beenvhohly
wholly vhohly boly convicted convicte slid Id hl half hanged hangedEarly hage hangedEarly
Early Erly In this century centn Jonathan Brad Bradford Bradford Bradford ¬
ford kept an a Inn in on the London Lndon road to toOxford t toOxford
Oxford Oxord One night nigt a a a gentleman gentema of fortune fortunenamed fortunelaed fortunenamed
named laed Hayes stopped here and took tok sup supper sup supper ¬
per with wit two other wayfarers wayfaor Indiscreet Indiscreetly ¬
ly he mentioned mentone that tat he h hld hada d a large sum sumof sumof sumof
of money After Afer retiring retring one of the te two twotravelers twotvelers twotravelers
travelers tvelers was awakened by a groan boa in the theroom therom theroom
room rom next net to him He woke his friend friendTogether friendTogether rend rendTogether
Together they made their way Into the theadjoining te teadjoining theadjoining
adjoining room rom where they tey found Hayes Hayesweltering Hayeswelorlng Hayesweltering
weltering welorlng in his gore grt Standing Stdln over the thebed te tebed thebed
bed with wit a I dark lantern lanter in one hand and anda ad adn andknife
a knife kie In the other oter was the t owner ower of the theinn te teInn theInn
inn Jonathan Jon than Bradford Brford himself himselfla bimseJ himselfInvafn
la Invafn vain Bradford protested proteste his lana innt i
I MrsTW Twrltnt Twrltntome Iee Mont Montgomery
Komery ome Ala Ala writes wrta wrtaI writesSeveral t tSeveral
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poison n by bynur a diseased diseasednurse diseasednurse
nurse p who w ho infected infectedmy inlee infectedray
my nur baby bby and for six sixIon s sixlong
Ion long long years yers I lsee suffered suflereduntold suffereduntold
untold misery 1ly My I Ibody
body by bodywas was vrm a covered c eed wit witacres wfth wfthsores
acres soe and ulcers ulc Sev Several S 5evoral ¬
oral ph phme g physicianstreated physicianstreatedme l S Spse
me but all to no per purpose perDose ¬
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potash pth they the gave gav me meeased me mesecsed
secsed eased 10 to t add fuel fue to tothe tothe
the te awf11fmc awfutliazme e wf ul flame Trliich Trliichwas Thic ehsichwas I
was wa devouring devurng nse nseFriends n meFriends
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complete and perfect perfectcure perfectcureas
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Times Readers ReadersI
I have been bn notified notfed by the te American Amercn Woolen 1oolen Mills Millsthat Millsthat is isthat
that I must receive ONCE all
at al of the te summer goods goodscontracted gods godscontracted goodscontracted
contracted for by me in order that tat they may mnr have the thenecessary theneessary thenecessary
necessary neessary room in which whch to begin begn the te manufacture manufacure of offall offal offall
fall fal and ad winter fabrics fabric In I order to meet this ts emer emergency emergecy emergency ¬
gency gecy I shall inaugnrate TODAY TODAYThe TODA TODAYThe Y Yhe
The he Greatest Sale of ofWladetoMeasure ofMadetoMeasure ofMadetoMeasure
MadetoMeasure Suits SuitsEver SuitsEver SuitsEver
Ever Known in Washington WashingtonFor Washingon WashingtonFor 1 1I 1For
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and Worsted Black Cheviot CheviotFit
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This Russian Blue Serge is made expressly exresly for me meand me meand
and ad bears bs my m private prate stamp on every evelY two yards yalds If I any anysuit anysuit anysuit
suit made from either material matera1 should fade within witin one oneyear oneyearmoney oneyearmoney
year yearmoney money will wl be b refunded refunded This special emergency emergencysale emer emergencysale ency encysae
sale sae is positivelv positely limited lmied to this week wek only onI Its Is a achance a achance
chance cance to get 15 Suits Suit for 810 S10 Will Wi you MISS MSS it itttORN itHORN itTHE
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cence cenc In In vain he urged that tt having h2vg h2vgbeen havingbeen
been alarmed alaed by the te groans gans he had hadseized hadseie hadseized
seized seie a dark lantern Jater and ad a 1 knife kIfe the tlc theonly j jonly
only available avalale weapon wea n and ad rushed rhe Into It intothe j jthe i ie
the e room rm only oly a moment momet before the te guests get guestshad j
had done so a and for the te very ver same se per purpose pu pupe perpose
pose pe He had hA been discovered dlcvero by the te bed bedside b bedside ¬ I
in his hand The Theportmanteau
side with wit a weapn weapon ban T j jportmanteau
portmanteau prtateau of the te murdered murdere man ma lay at athis athis
his feet fet opened opned and ready ry to be rifled rifledIt rfe rifledIt
It was wa shown that tat he must mut have over overheard overhed overbeard ¬ I
heard hed the te statement stt6ent as a to t its It contents contentsAt ctent cositentsAt
At the te trial tr the te Jury jur speedily spUy brought brSht la laa In Ina ina
a a verdict erdlct of guilt guiir guiirThe 1 r rThe
The Te night nlst Defer bfG 2 the tle erecution tetl he made madea m ade adea
a remarkable rearkble Confession onfelon He admitted admittedthat adlte admittedthat I
that 1hs he had h gone gne to the te room rom to do o the thedeed thedeed e eded
deed ded which whic he had found fon already aready committed cm com cammuted ¬ I Imite
muted mite When Wen his hi light lght fell fel on the te scene scenehis scn sconehis I
his courage curase failed faie and ad Just Jut then tene he found foundhimself fon foundhimself
himself himsel In the te crisp IP of the te two travel travelers tvel travelera ¬ I
ers Eighteen months later Hayes Hayc valet valetmade valetmade alet I Imade
made a deathbed deatbd confession cnfesion acknowledg acknowledging ackowleg ackowleglu ¬ t tlug
lug lu that ta he was ws the te real rel murderer that thathis ta thathis
his object had been bee robbery rbber but that thtbe be before before ¬
fore he could culd rifle rDe the te portmanteau prtteau he hehad hehad hehad
had been ben frightened trlghtene by b approaching appr cig foot footsteps fot fotsts footsteps ¬
steps sts and ad had h Just ju had h time tme to t escape elcp to tobis tohis tohis
his own room rm before Bradford Brdford entered enteredOn enter enteredOn
On the te road r between betwen Albany lby and ad Science Schenectady See Sciencefatly
tady tay there tere formerly forely stood to the te picturesque picturesqueold pictuesque pictuesqueold
old Dutch tavern the Blue Horse One
Dtch tyer te Hor af afternoon a aternn afternoon ¬
ternoon ternn several 6Ever young yU men men had hd gathered gatheredthere gathere gatheredthere
tere there drinking drnkng and an carousing crousng Presently Penty a apopular apOiulnr apopular
popular pOiulnr young fellow felo Harry Hr Blake Blae got gotinto gotInto gotinto
into a heated hete altercation alterton with one Wiekliff Wiekliffan WikUf WikUfan
an uglylooking uSlyIoking short shor equarebuHt squrbuit man manFrom manFrom
From Frm words wors the combatants cmbtnt came to t Wows Wowsand b blowsand
and were then ten separated seprted Wiekliff Wicklf left left left mut muttering mattoting ¬
toting terng curses ccnE and threats treat under his h breilh breilhShortly bre brethShortly
Shortly Shory after Blake left lef also alsoTwo a alsoTwo
Two Tw of his companions cpnloD riding ridg 5ry 5rynfeud shortlyafterward shortly shortlyafterward
afterward nfeud along aong the te road r were wre startled strte by byhearing byhearing byhearing
hearing a sudden cry cr for help Whipping Whippng up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their horses hone they the turned ture round ruc a n copse cpse of oftrees o oftrees
trees te and ad came ce face to t face fa with it a fearful fearfuleight fearul fearulsght fearfutsight
eight sght Stretched Stetced OB the road rd before bfore them themlay tem temlay themlay
lay a human hu an form for In Ina a pool of blood bo A AB Aed Aedbending d dbending
bending over him hm was ws a man mn grasping gapng the thehandle thehadle thehandle
handle hadle of of a knife whcee wbu Made bade was a plunged plungedinto puDe plungedinto
into the te bosom bom of his victim victm The dead de man manwas mn mnwa menwas
was wa Wiekliff WlcJf the tc apparent appent murderer mudrer was wasBlake wa wasBlake
Blake Bae Yet Blake protested Pre that h > had hadarrived hadaived hadarrived
arrived aived at the spot spt only a moment momet before beforethat betoe betoett beforethat
that tt he had hd found the te corpse c rse and an was wasmerely wasmerely
merely out the knife Xo be believed believed
drawing drig te kfe o one Oe b ¬
lieved Uevc his hs story sor Had he declared delae that thatbe tt tthe thathe
he had committed
comite the murder la selfde selfdehave seld selfdcfence
fence or In te the het heat of pason passion he mght mghthac might mighthave I Itrts
hac have got off of with wit his hi life le The quarrel quarel the thethreats te thethreats
threats trts of the th victim victmaU victimall all these tee were e in inhis il inhis
his favor But he alienated aiente public publc sympa sympathy syp sympathy ¬
thy ty by protecting proteng his Innocence Innoec He was wasi wa wasfoqnd
i found guilty giy and executed executedA eecute
A few months later a prisoner tinder
mont priner unde sea sentence se seatenee ¬
tence tente of death for fo another ather crime crme confessed confessedthat ccfe confessedthat
that it I was w he who had hd nmrdered mrdere Wiekliff WiekliffHe Wlekif WIcklIffHe
He gave e a a detailed detle account acunt of how now ow he had hadlain hd hdlain hadlain
lain In wait for an enemy eney had b mistaken mistakenWiekliff misen I
Wiekliff Wlclf for him plunged plungd a knife 1mle Into In his hiebreast hi hisbreast
breast before discovering discoverng his error eror and ad es escaped es escaped ¬
caped cped at the te sound sund of approaching ppring foot footteps fot fot6teps footsteps
6teps steps stepsPaulIne teps tepsPaulino
PaulIne Druaux Druu lived UYe on bad b terms ter with withher wit withher
her husband h an near ner Rouen IB what what whatkow was wasknown tas tasknown
known kow locally loIy as at the te limekiln lmekln cottage cottagebecause cttge cttgebeus cottagebecause
because beus a kiln kln was built buit up against axnst its itsside It itsside
side sde by a neighboring neghbring land owner OWDr In the thehoifse te teho thehosIe
hoifse ho boarded brded a stone setter settr and a witch witchdoctor wich wichdotor witchdoctor
doctor dotor named nae name4 Leborgne Lbrg with wt whom who she shewas shewa shewas
was wa said by neighbors lghbr to to be on ter terms of ofundue ofundue ofundue
undue intimacy Intmcy One night after an a espe especially ep espeemily ¬
emily caly violent vioent quarrel quarel between bewen husBand husBandand hud husfiandand
and wife wie he ordered orered her out of the house housebut hOW housebut e ebut
but afterward aftrard relented rlente He Hc was w subject subjectto subjet subjett I
to t beac he henthches < tches es and ad a day < y or two after atr this thisscene ti thisscene
scene scne she said sd to the neighbors neighbr If I I Ionly Ionly Ionly
only bad hd the luck thatbe that he should fould die dieThree dieTree dieThree
Three Tree days after ater the reconciliation renciaton on onEaster onEtor onEaster
Easter Etor Sunday Sundy 3SS7 185 Druaux Druu and his hisbrotherinlaw hisbrtberInlaw hisbrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw brtberInlaw young Delacroix who whoboarded whoboe whoboarded
boarded boe with wih the te couple cuple were wer found dead deadone deuJ deadone
one on the te cellar cela stairs stirs and the te other oter on onthe onthe onthe
the first floor 10r of the te cottage ctte Pauline Paulinegave PuJne Paulinegave
gave gve the first frt news appearing at the win window ID ¬ I
dow do of the house apparently apparet drunk drnk drunkIt
It W was = s ckar c r ti uO siren oa investigation that
the te deaths des were not natural ntur and a experts eper1
though tough sure sur that tat poison p 8n had been ben use used
were not able ale to t learn le what kind kd of o use poi pi ¬
son son Leborgne Lbrge was wa arrested aested on suspicion s plcon
and ad soon sn released reeae Pauline Paulnc was w tried trie
convicted and sentenced
cnvicted ad sentnc to imprisonment Iprisnent
for life Meanwhile and for
lie Mewhe several severl year0 yeas
thereafter bodies tereter the te house I in I which whic the l dead de
bies were teem ro was wa believed bleve to ba b
hoodooed hoo for or the te next net tenant tent coining cmg In oa On
a year yea to a day from frm the te discovery dscer of the te
tragedy found fon his 11 wife wie lying lyln dead ded before
the cellar cUa door d in the te exact eat spot st where
the te body by of Delacroix Delacolx bad been n found od
Beside Beide her body by was the te corpse Crse or her he
pet pt cat < t Nothing olng othing could cld explain elain this t crag tg ¬
edy ey which was not no called cle a murder mude ana ad
what was left ef e the
lef te family faiy moved move out out
The next net tenants tensBt suffered sufere from om dizziness dizzinessnausea dIuinC dizzinessnausea
nausea nue and a fits ft So S did dd the te next nex one and
the te one after atr that tat At the te end en of six stryears si sixyears
years year the te town tow authorities auorte decided deded that thata tat tata
a little investigation of the house
ltte ivestgaton te and its itsconditions It itsconditions
conditions citons would not be amiss They
woul ai Tey ex examined e cxanmined ¬
amined aine the te chimney cimey of the te limekiln Imeln and
found that in It ant
fon tat were big cracks through
which fumes fue entered entere the te house houe cc troug
This Ti explained epaine the tc later accidents acdent even een
that tat of the dead woman woa and ad her cats C and ad
folk began b to wonder woer what wht effect efet this ti din discovery dl dincovery ¬
covery cverymlgt might have oa the te first frt of the
series of tragedies te
srie Paris
lgeies PrIs experts were we
brought down dw to Rouen Rouen and ad ep the bodies
ble bleof
of Druaux Druau and an Delacrolr Delaci were exhumed ehume
Then Te It was w learned leare that tat they tey had bd died die
of carbonic crbonic monoxide from the
Ddde fm te idle kln No Xoother Nooter Noother
other oter trace te of poison pn could culd be b found fod All thl 11
the traces tres of poison sn which wli were found fod In
the te bodies bies ef Draaax Druau and ad Delacroix Dlrl alt si
years yer before bfore could cld be h attributed attibte he said
to this tis kiln kin gas g and a to nothing noting els es else Ani A
then it I was wa found fOQd that tat two viols vils of b blood Wood Woodone
one from fro each ec of o the te bodies bies which whle were
taken tken by the te Rouen Res officers oer and a4 given to
theJtouen theen experts eprt sever Dver had hd been b gen exam ¬
inert Ine Thus Tus did one set of experts flay
o et ny
the other oter set setThe set setThe
The Th end ed of the te matter mter was w that tat the te
case had a new trial
ce ha trel at which whi Pavttoe Pa1
not nt only oy was w acquitted actUe but bt received an
award of SW 8t Sedl damages daeNew denmaesNew Xew York eeve Press PressPHONETICS P PressPHONETIGS a o oPONTC
Points Point Concerning Coneerlu n Plan to toTeneh toTenehthe ToacU ToacUFiwm Tenhithe
the C Celestial 1tAJ En English Englishr7e lh lhP
< Fiwm P r7e iI tie te St St P P8 Past l Dispatch DispatchMinister Dt DispatchMinister
Minister Miniser W Wa Tiagfang Tlngfng asks ak us to toadopt toad toadopt
adopt ad phonetic phonet spelling sp1ng in order orer that tat the to
C Chinese 1e may more me readily rediy learn le English Englsh
There Te are ae two tw sides si to this tIs question questen Ia In
the first fr otace Dce it is I our fixed fxe policy pll to togrant tognt togrant
grant gnt no favors ftvo toward towd foreign foreIg nations nationswithout naton nationswithout
without witot reciprocity repty returns rturs If I we change cage
the te American Americ language lagge to benefit beneft the te
Chinese ChInee the t Chinese Chine language lgge must Be Bealtered te teatere bealtered
altered atere in I oar r favor fav We spent s nt Mood Neo and andtreasure ad adteaure andtreasure
treasure teaure once oe that Is I our English Englsh cousins cusin
did because becuse on account acont of a not fine fe mu musical m mslca musical ¬
sical slca ear a British Brith officer ocr once addressed addresseda addreed addreeda
a high Celestial C lesI potentate tette as a Kwl with witblthe wih wihte withthe
the te upward Inflection mt cto whereas where It o ouldt ouldthave olC ouldhave
have hve been be downward dowwa and ad thus tt he was waamade wasmade wasmade
made to address addre
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horrible horble devil devl when he meant met hon honored honored hanored ¬
ored air Now ow the British Brtlh ear is I not notso notso notso
so sensitive to hairsplitting halrspJttng distinction distinctionof diatinetionaof i ncUOI
of pitch pic and inflection Infection as a these tese Cclacse Cclacsewho CdBcseo Ciacsewho
who have had nothing noting to do for any ay num ¬
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ture Impossible Impssibe sounds Eounds If I any ay concession concessionare cnce concersiongare sion sionare
are made it I should sll be b done by the chief chlelolfenders chletoender chiefoffenders
offenders oender The T Tb second cnd reason raon is one pi piEnglish 9tglsh ofEnglish
English glsh etymology etog Our language lagage as it itis 1 itis
is means something rmtting to us It I would vrculdimean w wouldmean ul ulman <
mean man absolutely absolute nothing DiDg if I the the Mongol Mongolshould Mongolshould Mongolshould
should come cme In I end 2n make mke it a mongrel mongel by
forcing foring us to adopt alot such sch euphuisms euphuissa as asMellcan asMehican
Mellcan lelcD man abe ale samee sac vetly vetlynice ve11y vellynice
nice nic and like lke feminine felniae softening sotenlng of o our ourstrong ourstrng ourstrong
strong strng English Engl inheritance InberltDee As a mat mattor mattor mattar
tor of choice choce between btWeD aa inheritance inheritnc from fromJohn fromJohn fromJohn
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itance itnce in favor fav cf John J u CMsoman C8 we weprefer wepreer weprefer
prefer preer to retain rll the t e rat t Wee rstkex rstkexpround nUteprod ratkcxpround
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Contflrions Blood Poison is the most dejrradine and an destructive d of all diseases as it vitiates and corrunts the entire system
The 11e first sore sr or ulcer is is s followed by little ltte red r pimples on the te body by body mouth mout and ad throat become bme sore the theglands te tegland theglands
glands gland enlarge en1 and inflame infam copper cpp colored colore splotches splotce appear appc and d hair and d eyebrows eyebrw fall fal out out These Te are aresome a aresome
some sme of the te milder mide snildersyniptoms symptoms syptoms they tey increase inc in in seventy s h finally fnaly attacking attcg the te the vital vita organs ors the te body by is istortured i istortured
tortured torur with wt rheumatic rheuatic pains pins and d covered cove wt with offensive ofensir eatiiig eiug sores soresIt sor soresIt
It is i a n peculiar ut poison pin noison and so highly highy contagious that tat an aim innocent inont person handling hdlng the te same sme articles articlesused nce articlesused
used us by one one infected infecte with wt this ti loathsome loathsme disease d contgou may mv may be inoculated inolate with wt pn the te virus irs It I can cn be b transmitted transmittedfrom trrsmitt transmittedfrom
from frm parent pnt to child cd appearing npnng as a the same sme disease dia discaseor or r Jit i in a modified moife form for formlike like lke Eczema Ecm or Scii S Sex alum alumMany > fula fulaMany fua
Many May au old sore sr or or stubborn subbr skin s trouble tuble appearing app ng in middle middle life lie is i due and traceable tcele to blood bloodpoison blo bloodpoison
poison pin contracted cntcted in in early cty life life You may have har taken t1cn potash pta and ad mercury merrfatfnlyfort faithfully for two or ortr three years yearsand yearsand
and thought tought you you ou were wee cured cur but you were we not not for these tes poisonous minerals mmes never neve cure ctid this disease they t1eY
drive dve it fromthe fromte outside outide bet it is doing its it work on the pleon inside inde and d wl will show up sgain Egi sooner sne or orc orlater orlaterYou lajer lajerYou
You may Iay not recojjnize regi recognize it as a the same se old taint tit but it is i S S S has h cured cre thousands toud of cases cc of ofContagious ofContgou ofContagious
Contagious Contgou Blood Blo Poison Poin and ad it will wl cure c you you It I is i the te only ony purely pury vegetable vtble blood blo purifier pu fe known knownand know knownand
and ad the te only ony antidote nntdote for this ti poison pisn S S S cleanses cen the te blood blO thoroughly torughy of every ee particle of the thepoison te tepionthei thepoisonthereis
poison pionthei poisonthereis there is never nee any ay return retmofte of the disease diseaseclose dis disCURt
CURt C UR KL YOURSELF I V AT BRUt wliith Sed Send jives for a on our history o Home of i the Ttet Treatment e disease in bk book all allstages
L Unlf stages and is the result of many a years of ofclose
close co study of blood blo poison poind poisonand and actual actal experience experience ec in treat treating tt tting treating a
ing it it You can c cure cr yourself yo rl perfectly and permanently permanentlyat panety panetyat
at home and ad your secret Sct is your pecy own u Should you need needany ned neday needany
any ay information nforton or medical mediC1 advice adc at any anytme time write wte to toour toour toour
our physicians physcas They Te The have made nde a life le study of blood blooddiseases blo blooddiseases 5 5Address
diseases d J and ad will wl give gve yom romnr letter lete prompt prmpt and careful carefulattention cfu carefulattention
attention atenton Consult COtott them ten1 as a ss often ofe as a you 0 please le we make makeno m3keno snakeno
no charge cae whatc whatever for this ti service seic All J1 correspondence crndec is isconducted iscnduced isconducted
conducted cnduced in i the te strictest scet confidence condec
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