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LIKE JENNIE CRAMER.
CARRIE HUMPHREY'S BODY
FOUND AT LOW TIDE.
liVJ DISNCTI THAT StiK HAD IIEBII
IMillnilcllHiln linn n Deep Mystrrr
Uhlcli tho Authorities Aro Bu
.Icnvorina to IJiirnvel Nlio Hn.l
Admirers, Hut Titer Aro Not Known.
II E II B A U K
some very myste
rious o 1 r c n in
with the death of
11 u m p h r a y s,
whose body was
ed In tho Dela
ware river, in the
vicinity of Phila
delphia. The au
thorities are en
deavoring to un
ravel the sop-
posed crime, hut the manner in which
tho poor girl mot herdeath seems des
tined to remain ono of the secrets of
The victim was a refined young woman
of 22, and a frnuluato o one of the fe
male seminaries at Shamokin, in which
town her parents resided. Reverses in
fortune raado it necessary for. the yotiiiK
woman to take up dressmaking1 as a
means of sustaining the family position
In society. Somewhat less than u. year
ap;o she removed from ShamoUin to
Philadelphia, where she found that her
oarnlngs would more materially add to
tho family income.
Pretty, well-educated, and boinp; of
refined qualities she soon found herself
earning a lucrative income. She found
a home with the Kdenuauma, society
folk, at 1827 North street. She soon
had scoros of admlrors each anxious to
bask in tho sunlight of tho dark eyes
from whoso liquid depths, a judge of
nature might futhom a ray of passion.
Alas, too weak for tho allurements of
a selfish world.
Among hur train of admirers (soma
of whom were numbered among tho
elite of the city) was ono whose name
will go into the criminal records of tho
case as Harry. lie was loved, tho
others tolerated, as tho story goes.
Harry was a bar tender. That U what
made the rivals so jealous. Carrie had
given them the cold shoulder in prefer
ence to a common fellow like llnrry.
They wcro to be married soon, so tho
gossips said a month ago and the hap
less girl left the house of the Eden
baum's, only returning occasionally,
fihe removed up town, nobody kiows
where, and here the story of what is
positively known ends. The rest U
written in the Great Recorder's book,
Tho next heard from her, her
lifeless body was taken from the river
at a point opposite Morris & Mathi's
ship yard. That was on the morning
of June 9. The water thereabout was
shallow, it being low tide hour. "The
onoo beatititul young faco was turned
upward. It was now black in death.
The lioir, disheveled, hung raggedly
about the shoulders. There was evi
dence of a desperate struggle.
, .Attention was first directed to tho
case by the finding of a woman's felt
hat, decornted with black plumes and
a parrot; a poCketbook, hamffcei'Chisfi
gloves and small leather eaba on some
floating spars at Dnvid Halrd's spar
jrarJs i in Iteaeh street. This discovery
was m'tde by a driver for the Knicker
bocker lee Company, who says the
articles were neatly arranged, with tho
excoption of tho caba, which was in tho
water. lie took them to John Smith's
Bye Ueach Hotel, wheije the. contents
were examined and the first clue found
to the dead woman's identity.
Tho young woman appeared to bo
between twonty-one and twenty-fivo
years old, was five feet three inches
high and weighed about 120 pounds.
She possessed a bcautifnl form, tho
only blemibh being a wart on the under
sidq of her wrist. Her hair was long
and light in color. She also had an
upper set of false teeth. The woman
woro a black jersey, black cashmere
dress, blue stockings, red garters with
cheap silver buckles, button shoes and
clean underclothing. Around hor neck
was a black ribbon with a gold heart
attached. Sho also woro rhinestones
set In gold in her ears. On one of her
wrists was a chain bracelet tied with n
string. Several bruises on the limbs
and body looked like finger marks.
The caba contained a change of
soiled underclothes, and in the pocket
book was found a card bearing tho
name of J. Cyrus Edenbaum, Philadel
phia, and a bill from the samo person
made out in the name of IUancho
Humphreys, acknowledging tho pay
ment of S7.50 on account of dressmak
ing; three cents, a string of black
bauds, an envelope containing a strip
of court plaster and bearing the nbovo
address, two Walnut Street theater
checks for May 12, two tickets for tho
ItopubUcan Jlaud Fair at 330 North
Eighth street on May 27 and two tooth
picks constituted the remainder of the
contents of tho purse. Those worn
handed to Otllcer Ueorgo Cablo, who
af terwards turned them over to Ileputy
A red mark encircled the nock, show
ing that sho might havo been strangled.
Some very important information on
which tho murder theory was based wa
given by Mrs. Calmer of 028 Ileech street,
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
t nitlen, nearly opposite to whom
lie hat, pooketbook and other artiolos
were found. She says that while look
ing out of her second-story window be
tween 12 and I o'clock the night of the
murder, she saw two men and a woman
standing on tho spar shed wharf. Her
description of them is meager and
varies, but she insists that bIiq heard
the woman pleading with tho men and
then scream, "Oh, for Ood"s sake,
don't!" One of the men replied: "Yos,
we will," and then there was a splash
and the men ran away. This hnppen
od not fifty yards from her house, but
Mrs. Colemier, for some unexplained
reason, failed to raise an alarm.
The story Charles Sirapklns, of 9or
North Second street, Camdon, a deck
hand on tho Vine streot ferry, tells.
partly corroborated Mrs. Colehmier's
startling theory of murder. Ho says
that about 10 o'clock the night preced
ing tho crime, two men and two young
women, one of whom he thinks the
dead girl is, crossed tho river from
Philadelphia. He noticed one of them,
who carried a caba and a coat, who
answers Jhe description of Carrlo
Humphreys, because She was so lively.
She woro a bluolf dress and Jersey.
Shortly after reaching Camden, Simp
kins says tlio two men returned to
Philadelphia alono on the Arasapha.but
on the 1 o'clook trip of his boat from
Philadelphia tho samo men went to
Camdon again, and thoy made anxious
inquiries of him ns to the time the last
boat left tho Camden side. When ho
told them 1:30, they said thoy would
have time to do what they wanted, and
they went up In the direction of lieach
street. They returned shortly and
caught tho last boat to Philadelphia.
These men have never beon found.
The crime will probably remain a
SHE IS ONLY NINETEEN,
Yet She must I'lno Atrnr Her Life
lit Witiinuu 1'rlnon.
II Fate's bitterest potion goes to Rose
Zoldoske, a pretty girl of 10 whf) bits
silently brooding over her sad fate in
the Wisconsin State prison at Wtiupun.
there fihe will re
main until the last
spark of her nat
ural life has sped
to the world be
yond. It is ndt
often that a beau
tiful young life is
was Rose Zold
ojlte's before dark
her pathway. And
now sho must pino !hk zoi.doske.
away her life behind grim prison walls.
Last February, Rose, who then llvqd
at Richland Center, was accused of
murder. Two women had died sud
denly and circumstances pointed to
her as the murderess. Thoso victims
had been dear friends. of tho accused.
Miss Zoldosko was a milliner and rnado
her homo with Dr. Mitchell and wlfo
at Richland Center. Her arrest follow
ed close upon tho receipt of a cipher
dispatch from Prof. Haines of Rush
Medical College, Chicago, who an
alyzed the stomach of Miss Ella Mally,
whoso sudden and agonizing death oc
curred Jan. I), 1891, not many hours
after sho had caton candy given her by
Miss Jtose. Anthony Mally, brother
of tho dead girl, made tho complulut,
when convinced by statements from
physicians that tho death was caused
by strychnine poisonipg. As this
rumor wus afloat the many symptoms
common between the death ol Miss
Mally and Mrs. Dr. Mitoholl (who died
March 2S, lssio) wero noted, and con
sidered sutlloiont to warrant examina
tion, which also resulted in evidonoo
of strychnine poisoning. As the result
of the examination bofore Justice
Wulfing Miss Zoldoske was held for
trial in the Circuit court at Lancaster,
which ended in her conviction and
sentence to llfo imprisonment.
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NAILS IN HER FEET.
A C'huo' that Ii K.ciHri!c tile ottIe
of I'ottetown, I'n.
Pottstown, Pa., hasu case that is ex
citing medical science. It appears that
Addle Handwork, aged 10, daughter of
Horace Handwork, a woll.known for
mer of East Nantmeal township, Chea
ter oounty, had fifteen nails taken
from the heel of her left foot recently.
Several were over half an Inch long,
and how they got into her fool is a
mystery that neither she nor her
parents can solve. Tho first evidence
she had of a foreign substance being
there was after she had made a mis
step. A little red mark was noticed on
hor heel and sho had intense pain.
Her mother put a poultice on the sore
part, nnd In a short time n nail was
noticed working Us way out. With a
twilr of tweezers it was removed. Dr.
.. T, Christman was called in, and as
other nails of a smaller size appeared
they wore removed until the number
reucurt. nut-mi, most Of them vrir
The young lady is now able to ,
walk, and the only evidence of the nails
having been in hor foot are little marks
where they were taken out. The affair
is tno talk of tho neighborhood for
miles around, and It Is regarded as one
of the most remarkablo occurrences
ever heard of in that vicinity.
Divers in the harbor of Syracuse
have discovered a magnificent marble
building, whose highest point is only
thtee metres under tho water. The
building contains great stairways and
uuitiuiuuu nans, it, is oouovod that the
edifice was once used as a bath or a
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Bend for our treatise on Blood cad
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J. R. Leisennnq, Cashier,
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Paid 011 Hnvluesi DepoHllH.
Neat, Cheap and Sty fish
Straw Hats from 20a to (1,50
Bliort Spray Flowers...... 5o to 1.00
Wreaths 30oto 1.76
Infants' Christening Itobo, OSo to 96
Infanta' long and short coats... 51,26
up to (S.S0,
60,000 LADIES WEAK
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Why don't yon wear one?
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JniJics J. Frnncy.
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First National Bank,1
YOUTH AND BEAUTY WON
THE PRETTY ROMANCE OF THE
TI10 General t'aeil to Dunee Her In
111 Arm When Mie Whn h Child
Itotv Kcohttk it Hcmell 1'ionit
on Their vi-dllitn liny. -
Keokuk, Iowa, put on her holiday
clothes the other day to do honor to a
distinguished soldier, who had some
time since lain siegro to the city and
was a'Kiut to carry away ono of its
fairest daughters. It wus the event oi
MM, OKN. SCHOFIBI.n.
the marriage of Gen. John M. Schofield,
O.H.A., and Miss Georgie Kilbourne, of
1 KookL'U. The marriage ceremony took
place at St. John's Episcopal Church,
.The elite o," the city gathered there
long before the time appointed for the
, wedding bells to ''""ff ut tho happy
1 aowB that two hear.' "ad 5ea
! as ono. (Jen. Schofield arrived thoro
tho mt"-ning of tiio weduMnf 'ro.ra ?
I'ouiH' nni' ws r.:ot at the b.V
T,0"ence Post O.A.R., and the fading
cltlzeus of the town, including' ''lo
mayr ntul c olflclsls.
'"wraren me neeorailons wero
elaborate, but in the utmost good taste.
yju uuui aiues oi me piattorm, screen
, ing the organ on one side and the bap
, tlsmal font on the other, were large
curtains of oak leaves and evergreens
, bordered with pink tea roses, producing
a most beautiful effect. The chancel
covereu witn evergreen, sui-
' oes. jons v. sonnFtrxn.
mounted by a row of yellow rosos, and
large branchos of oak leaves hung ovor
the altar. Heavy festoons of oak
loaves wero suspended over the whole).
On the side of the steps leading to the
I chancel was a large vase of choice
' rosos and on the altar were two more.
Tho font was filled with tea roses.
Tho General and wife left for the West i
on the evening of their marriage, and
are passing the bummer mouths on tho
Mrs. Schofield is a beautiful young
woman still on the sunny side of twenty-five
years. She was tho belle of
Keokuk. Gen. Schofield is more than
sixty years old. Of course there is a
.romance connected with tho marriage.
Uen. actionem had been an out friend
of the family und used to scat hU wifo
on his knee when sho was a woe child
She irrew up with an affection for him
(whloh ripened into love nnd marriage.
uney wm mono ineir petmuueut. resi
dence in St. Louis.
S. B. COX IN GRANITE.
so Luwmoiin model Dedicated
On tho 4th of July, in front of Coon-
rer Institute, was erected and dodioatod
the statue of tho lato Congressman,
Won. H. S. Cox, the work of Miss Louise
Lawson, of New York City. Tho mem
orial is the outgrowtli oi a jNationai
iLetter-Carriers movement, started
Ulinrflv nftr Mr. f!nv'H dnnt.li. tntnatlfv
Ithe appreciation of this groat body of
hard-working officials of his earnest
udvooacy of eight hours as the legal
day's labor of the letter-carrier. A
competition was invited, and there
wore soveral well-known sculptors as
ccrapotltors, but the award and con
tract was given to Miss Lawson.
The figure represents Mr. Cox In his
favorite attitude as public speaker, is
cast in bronze by the llonard Company,
and Is eight feet high, standing on a
pedestal or granito nine feet high,
TiTni-liotrt'c " nrnrl tnn " and
" 1 1 a
" nearl class " laniD-clumnevs
do not break from heat, not
one in a hundred; they break:
They are made of clear
glass as well as lough, as
clear as crystal. L hey ht tnc
lamps they are made for.
Shape controls the draft; they
are shaped right. Draft con
tributes to proper combii-j(',on.
that makes light; m.
5E.aS. much as common
u" -eys, and, as they do not
- cak, he is apt to be anxious
lest they stop his trade, ui
minished sales and less profit
are not agreeable to him.
, There are two sides to the
question. Have a talkwith him.
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Misses are the best tlneDougola. bt llsb and durable.
Cnutloii See that W. 1.. DouglnR1 namo and
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Biccjiofct o i largicai ciunotj.ni.rii' bait anagia caiei lonomu,
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ioy jnn to visit llie'HI C'IIl'STKIt BUBl
JKHM UN1VEI1HITY lielure diCldlDe where.
tliouffb vcu inavlle a thraiaiid mlloHawnv.
It stands nt tho bead of tbe list of commer.
oIkI tentiols In Us ebsiacter as an educxilonnl
force, as a medium lor supplying the buslnets
men or the country with trttli.frt. und capable
asslslants, as a weans ol piscine nmuuloua
young men and women on the high ro-cl to
success, and in the extent, elegance snd cost
of It equipment. Thorough ('OMMKHi'IAIj,
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COUKHrX. The Twenty4ientb Auuual
Catalogue will be mailed to any address,
WILLIAMS & ROGERS,1
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISU IS THE DAMS !
UelonglBg to tlis
Shonaudoah Water Company,
and all parties eaugbt violating this uotloo
Prosecuted nH Trespassers.
By order of
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WHY IS THE
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