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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: S VTT"RDAY, OCTOB17H 27. inuO.
DEMOCRATS CAN'T STAND IT Fmrioa Combination Too Much for the Fifth Ward Olub. INTENTIONS ARE OPENLY ANNOUNCED rrealtlent Itmcli Die Ilody on Its Jlarrh lo a Republican Meeting to Itennnnre Hitchcock, How ard and OWeill. An Incident occurred at the meeting of the. Fifth Ward Republican club at Six teenth and Locust streets Friday night which waa not on the program, but which wax more gratifying to the club than any feature It could have supplied. It consisted in a frtendljr call of the Fifth Ward Bryan and Stevenson club, which, headed by lta president, J, Mower, and Its vice president, 0. II. Barker, dropped In to pay Its respects and to guaranty Its support to Edward Hosewater for the United States senate, David Mercer for congress and Howard H. Baldrlgn for the state senate. With Messrs. Mower and Barker were sev enteen members of the fusion organization, all of whom sat throughout the meeting, lis tened to tho republican speeches and cheered with the rest. President Mower says his rlub has a membership of 170 and that all of these, disgusted with the tactics of O. M. Hitchcock, Edgar Howard and Harry O'Neill, will cast a solid vote against the objectionable trio. The hall at Sixteenth and Locust streets was packed to the doors with an enthusi astic audlenco of Fifth ward voters. Tha meeting wan called to order at 8:15 by Pres Ident It. W nichardson. Tho speakers were: William I. Klerstead, Howard H Baldrige and M M. Hamlin, a prominent republican of Otoe county. Mr. Klerstead opened the meeting with a discussion of the state and county ticket. leaving the national Issues In the main to Mr. Baldrige, who followed him. He paid a glowing tribute to Congressman Mercer and showed how the lines were drawn bo twiwn Edward Rosewater and 0. M. Hitch cock. He had worked at tho primaries for the Hosewater delegation, but had the Web ster faction won, ho said, he would have supported It as loyally a3 he now supports the friends of the winning candidate. Xntlnnnl liaurn l)lounnl. Mr. Baldrlgo spoke at length wupon the national Issues, showing up the fallacies of Bryan's position In tha past upon the great questions of the hour. Mr. Hamlin, who, In pursuit of his bust nPM as an Insurance adjuster, has traveled throughout most of tho states of the middle west during 'he'last four years, made a brief talk on the subject of prosperity, lauding the present administration and deprecating my departure from Its wise and conservative policy. Ho especially urged the suport of his friend, Mr. Bal drige. SWEDE CLUBS MEET JOINTLY Evidence of Harmony In Their Ranks Afforded at the Great Gathering. i The Joint meeting of the Swedish Gar- Qeld club and the Swedish Republican club last night at Washington hall was called to order by Theodore H. Johnson, who In a brief address said that the Swedes of Omaha are taking an active Interest In politics and that the four clubs which were struggling for mastery In 1S98 are now united In one club working harmoniously-for, -the success of the party. Referring to election day he called par ticular attention to voting the ticket straight. The county ticket Is particularly Important the legislative and senatorial candidates Bhould be elected all twelve of them In the Interests of two United States snnators from Nebraska. John Parish should receive every vote and Dave Mercer should not be forgotten. He In troduced the chairman of the meeting, Judge E. M. Stenberg. Judgo Stenberg introduced Congressman Mercer, who received an ovation, as Judge Stenberg called attention to the fact that "our Dave" has stood by Omaha at all times and would be found battling for 'the city at all times. Congressman Mercer told how deeply the people are Interested In the coming elec tionthat they have lost confidence In the management of the state institutions under the populist appointees; that the scandals at various state schools and asylums bad caused many people to take their wardlj and children from them. He paid a glowlifj tribute to 8weden and the progress It Is making. Sweden was taught the value of a protective tariff by America and olnee adopting the plan wages are Increasing and the condition of laborers Is Improved. Like th republican party of the United States Sweden found that protective tariff supplemented by sound currency was best for the ponple. For these reasons the Swedes coming to America identify them selves with the republican party. Tho only evidence of monarchy In this carapalfjn Is Prince David of Hawaii, who placed tho free silver plank In the demo cratic platform. Following Mr. Mercer the quartet sang " If you send mc anything 'just as good as-Ayer's,' I shall send it right back. " I might afford to experi ment with shoe polish, but I can't and won't experiment with the medicine which means sickness or health to me." J. C, Aver. Company, Practical Chem'uta, . Lowell, Minn Att'i SauparilU Ayrr". PilU Ajtr'i Ajue Cue Afct'i Hi Vigor Ayer't Cherry Pectoral Ajer'i Comitoae and A. J. Coleson, candidate for the legis lature, spoke briefly on the Issues which affect the state and country, congratu lating the club members on the fact thaf the defection In tho Swedish ranks Is less than In any former campaign. S. A. Corneer made a brief talk from the standpoint of a business man who de pends upon tho prosperity of the com munity. The last speaker of the evening was John L. Kennedy, who spoke for the en tire ticket, national and staae. An Important meeting of the club wis announced for next week with prominent speakers present. FINDS HALLER COAT OF ARMS G. W. Llnlnger 3lakr nn Important Antiquarian Dlacnvery In nrember, Mr. and Mrs. F. Haller are In receipt of a letter written recently by their daughter Marlon, who, with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Llnlnger. Is traveling In Germany. The letter gives an entertaining account of their visit to the ancestral home of tha Haller family. Near Nuremberg they found the old Haller palace and though largely In ruins, there are still many evi dences of its former grandeur. This still belongs to the. family, a lineal descendant of which is still living In Nuremberg, Carl Frelherr Haller von Hal!ersteIn,whom Miss Haller describes as "a cultured old man of about 70 a gentleman through and through." In tha old church of St. Sebaldus, fin ished In the tenth century, the party found an old altar, erected by the family of Hal ler about tha time the church was com pleted. Above this is painted the family coat of arms. This led Mr. Llnlnger to further Investigation and In an antiquarian shop In Nuremberg he found a small an cient glass window which bears the same coat of arms as that In tho church of St. Sebaldus. This he bought, with a number of antique portraits of the Haller family, hat may prove the most Interesting part of nis purchases are five ancient vol umes of heraldry, giving the history of the patrician families of Nuremberg and a nlc torlal record of the changes In .the coats of arms of the Haller family and others, These volumes are hand wrltun on parch- ment In old German, It being the custom of the original patrician families of Nu remberg, about twenty In number, to have such family records made out by the scribes of that time. These Mr. Llnlnger has sent for Mr. Haller to decipher. A correspond ence will be opened up between Mr. F. Haller and tha Haller of Nuremberg and with the aid of tho records and the window Miss Haller hopes to clearly establish the line of her descent. In her letter no description Is given of the window other than that It is small and ancient and has the Haller arms. Tha collection Is now on the way to Omaha. WHO SHALL PREPARE BALLOT? Court Will Be Aaked to Faaa Upon I'rlntluic of School Ilonrd Tickets. A writ ot mandamus waa served upon County Clerk D. M. Haverly yesterday afternoon ordering him to appear before Judge Dickinson at 10 o'clock this morning and show why he has not printed the Board ot Education ticket according to the provision ot the school law which requires the county clerk to prepare ballots for district elections. The writ recites that Edward A. Smith requested fho city clerk to prepare samples ot the Board of Educa tion ballots upon which the names of the people's Independent and democratic candi dates should appear, these names having been filed with the city clerk twenty days before tho date of election. Tho county clerk refused to do this, as tho ballots have formerly been prepared by the city clerk. City Clerk H. Elbourn waa also restrained from making up tho ballots until tha court lenders a decision In the matter. Attorney Edward A. Smith Is prosecuting the case for the politicians who have filed their tickets with the county clerk In the hopo of preventing the republican candi dates from appearing upon the ballot as republicans. A petition signed by 250 voters has been prepared by tho republican leaders and will bo Bled with the county clerk, if necessary, to secure the printing ot tho names ot the republican candidates as re publicans by petition. PULBIC PORES OVER BOOKS Activity .Huovrn in All Departments of I.llirary Ilrnnch Planned In Loner Part of I'll)-, At the regular meeting ot the Public Li brary board last night tha librarian re ported an Increased activity in every de partment. There Is a noticeable Increase lu the general circulation and the refer ence rooms. Part of this Is duo to the privilege, newly granted, of borrowing two books on one card. The librarian waa allowed the services ot a cataloguer tor tha winter, as this branch of the work has somewhat fallen behind. Tho board discussed at some length the propriety of opening a branch library lu the lower part of the city, with a reading room attached, but no decision was arrived at until an Idea of the expense and other details can be formed. A medlcnl society asked for the use of rooms In the building and their request was referred to a committee. The board audited a number ot bills and or dered them paid, the total for the month amounting to $1,570. Salesmen By an old established Chicago tea, cigar and spice Jobbing house, a few more first-class salesmen; state age, terri tory, experience, average sales, salary or commission expected. Address C X 661, Trlbuno office, Chicago. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. C. J. Sturgls of Chicago Is In the city. I. L. Flsko of Beatrice is at the Murray. L. R. Corbln of Alliance Is at the Her Grand. C. W. McCune of David City Is in Omaha. C. S. Cotton of Kansas City Is at the Millard. O. A. Thatcher of Crab Orchard Is at the .Millard. J. II. Vlck of Gretna Is n patron of the Her Grand. Harry I. Fisher of Cleveland Is at the Her Grand. H. W. Montgomery of Alliance Is at the Her Grand. .John Moran of Callaway, Custer county. Neb., Is in the city. Rev. and Mrs. K. Mueller of Geneva are guests of the Murray. Thomas J. Wetzel of Springfield, O., Is stopping at the Millard. Miss Maynard Spink of Doniphan, Neb., ts a guest of the Merchants. . Mnk ,wllam Beadenkoph of Wilming ton. Del., Is a guest of the Millard. II. J. Marri.im and George F. Wood of Chicago are patrons of the Millard. I. W. Wilson, a r?al estate dealer of Broken Bow, is staying at the Merchants. A. M. linblnson, a wealthy stockman of Denver, accompanied by his wife, Is In Omaha. ' Will Mlnler. Will Mlnler Jr. Lee Mlnler and H. G. Clark, all of Craig. Neb., are stopping at the Merchants. Miss Eatelln L. Sanborn of Boston arrived In the city Thursdny and will spend several weak as tho guest of her brother. F. E. Sanborn. Nebrnskans at the Merchants- J. E. Smith and t H. Smith of Fremont, G. K Plttlnger of Albion. C, N. Thompson of Bartl., I F. Stockwelt of Shelton. O. A. Hall of Kearney and T. C. Truck ot Gree ley Joe Wheeler member of :i tirnmlint shoo manufacturing firm at Fort Dodg. Is a visitor In the city Mr Wheeler has been maiunt. uue oi rua periodical trips over the territory covered by his establishment, and reports business In a nourishing condition. BOSTOSfl DBS & SONS ttxmU A remarkable sale of women's suits, jackets, skirts, furs rr .aM ....... Tho most sensational offers ever made on new, up-to-date who were hard Dressed for cash, eable us It give you the bargains that wo dreds of bargains equally as wonderful, that await you Saturday and entirely seasonable garments, several lucky purchases from overstocked manufacturers do. Just think, of buying I.udleV SS.50 TullorOIndc Suits for $3.98. ThU Is but a more instance, there are hun- Two Specials inTailor-Made Suits 3Q Q for Women's $8.50 Tailor - O made Suits made of very good materials in navy and black """" jackets lined with fancy lining t skirts cut full and perfect hang ing fine fitting garments, worth regular $8.50 a suit our special sale price Saturday only $3.98. 9 Oft or Women's Tailor-made O Suits, worth up to $25 An 1 almost endless variety, made of """" fine zibelines, Eerges, etc., with taffeta lined bodices, in colors and black Suits that are worth up to $ 25, all the very newest styles, on sale at S9. 9S. Extraordinary Skirt Values Women's Fine Dress Skirts $3 Values perfect fitting, and well made gar- "v CT r inents, owing to a fortunate purchase V- HlCT, wo are able to offer them to you for . . Women's $5 Dress Skirts made of very good materials, newest styles, perfect fitting -g CA and well made garments, actually worth I up to $5 your choice for Women's Fine All Wool Dress Skirts with two rows of taffeta stitching around flounce, welt seams, splendid lining, and well bound, QJ liitiuu tvuu lien iuiciicu punt uautv. extra Epecial for Saturday . . . Women's Jackets Wonderful Bargains for Saturday's Sale. Wo men's Fine Jackets Made of boucle, cheviot and kersey in black, navy and colors with eond he a inp. now-fR Oft est styles 86 values, special for baturuay. Women's Fine Golf and Kersey Jack ets in nobby short box front styles, new sleeves and new collar, Eome with pretty ap pliqued designs and heavy satin lining, theseUl A QO coats were made to sell Pm at $8. 50, our special sale m"m price Automobile Box Coats We have a complete line of fancy box and automo bile box coats Saturday we place on sale a lot including Ql Q ft tVins xcitli fnrw'.v nnrili- m m 3vJ " - " V L - que and stitching, satin lining, storm gpeclal Special Sale of Artistic Millinery Rare Creations Priced Exceptionally Low for Tomorrow's Sale. Ul-g Q& for women's nicely trimmed hats the I O season's most popular shape elaborately trimmed with fancy I feathers, ostrich feathers, siltcs, feathera and ornaments. Do not classify these hats with the kind you see priced ".50 or S3 around town, as these aro far superior. We are simply making a special leader of them and no doubt tho values will greatly astonish yor.. (tL QQ or women's richly trimmed hats You kff 37 CU can't match them for $10 in tho city, considering tho quality. In point of style thoy are equal to the highest priced hats, being M copies of the models designed by the most famous designers. These In clude the black, brown, blue and tan round hats, with pompadour effect brim of tucked velvet and drapes of tucked taffeta silk or crystal pllsse, rellered with handsome fancy breasts. Actual J10 values, $4. OS. Saturday we place on sale a grand assortment or fancy feathers, wings and birds, very choice trimmings, at th4 remarkably low price of ... . 25c Children's Felt Sombreros and School Hats In red and blue ths regular $1.25 quality on sala Saturday for 75c Misses' Jackets 98c Unparalleled Value Giving1 4 Misses' and Chil dren's Jackets a big assortment of fancy nov elties, and plain cloth jackets, with largo col lars and loose backs, ages 4 to 12 years, worth 1.50 and $2, special Satd'y Misses' and Chil dren's Jackets new (just received) made of A tna beavers, kerseys, novelties, T checks, etc., largo braided and ?W appltqued collars some lined throughout and worth up to J4.00 and J5.00 each your choice of lot Saturday for Women's Collarettes Another big lot of collarettes, bought at a big Bavlng, will go on salo Saturday. All styles and all kinds, Including light colored ones, nra la the lot. They aro divided Into two lots, as follows: $5.00 Novelty Collarettes $2.98 $7.50 Novelty Collarettes $4.98 298 Handkerchiefs Bit; Bargains for Saturday. dozen ladies, SW yTol BD mcn'B handker- if 1 chiefs in sheer qual- ?v's.' L ll7 al1 wi(iths hcms. jgfc&!p,'yr plain white and fan- ViVrfii; y bordered, many -Jk, stvlea, g . Ladies' and men's r.vvya.i ii N Pure Irish linen handkerchiefs, with all widths of hems "tft nice quality A V-l U pro at Imported Swiss embroid ered and lace edged handkerchiefs. : edgert nanaKercnieis. drawn thread ajid hemstitched, open worK pat terns, also all linen handkerchiefs, worth up lo TSc, In this sale at 15c and 25c $25,000 Underwear Stock: On Sale Now This stock was purchased from a jobber who was hard pressed for cash at 40c on 25c 39c 49c HUXDRKDS OF DOZENS OF MISSES' and children's vests and pants, small sizes, natural gray and camel's hair. Jersey ribbed 80 at IMMENSE LOTS OF BOYS' AND Kirls' vests, pants and drawers, natural gray, camel's hair, medium and heiivy welKht, all sizes up to 34, worth C3c, go at MISSES' AND BOTS' FINE AND heavy weight ribbed under wear, fleece lined all sizes 5c 10c 19c BOYS' AND GIRL'S PLAIN NAT ural wool, splendid quality vests and pants and drawers worth 75 cents go at . LADIES' MEDIUM weight, Jersey ribbed vests, all sizes. 25c Ll2k5 LADIES' a QUALITY PART wool and all wool natural gray and camel's hair at LADIES' FINEST EGYPTIAN vests and pants, medium and heavy weight, fleece lined, tine quality, worth 73c, go at LADIES' FINE SAXONY WOOL ribbed underwear, silk trim med In light, medium and heavy weight, worth $1, go at MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S JER sey ribbed silver gray union Suits go at 25c i.udles perfect fit- ( ting union suits .fVC good quality, at w ' LADIES' FINE SAXONY wool ribbed union suits, best quality, worth J1.50 suit, go at 98c Hosiery Sale Very Special Values. Ladies', men's and children's hosiery, in fast black, full seamless, extra fine Kauge, Kumo wua Jr ucume soies, silk fin- H f ished, perjUJC Pair Girl's and hoys' heavy ribbed bicycle and school Hose, alo fleeced nnea, extra pooa quality xiubo, wurm iac pair, go at it, iiu nreccQ 12c Ladles' and misses' extra One Imported fast black and fancy Hosiery, In fine quality and rrencn lisle tnread, many stylej, worth up to 75c, go at, pair 25c LOCAL POLITICAL CALENDAR nenabllcan 3Ieetln. Saturday, October 27 Judge James U. ueirora ot v-oioraao at republican rally, Trocadero theater. Colored clubs of Omaha. Crelghton hall; speaker, George W. Bryant of Chicago. Georgo L. Pryor of Virginia speaks at Waterloo. Central Park Republican club, Thirty eighth and Fowler avenue. N. C. Pratt and candidates. Patriotic league, Millard hotel, I. Zlegler. tneaker. Monday Evening, October 25 Damman's hall, meeting Soutn Side lle publlcan club. Mayor Moores, Mercer, candidates. Ilnnorrntta Meeting;.. Saturday, October 27 Douglas County Democracy, 3:o boutn Hf teentb. Garland Stove mnd nnc were awarded highest prizes at Paris ex position. 1000. TIIK HEAIrV MARKET. INSTRUMENTS placed on record Friday, October 26. 1S00: AVrrnny Deedi, E. D. Samson, trustee, to William PeDerkorn. blork 174. Florence t 4.0 G. M. Lnne and wife to Jursen Thorn- sen, lots i, is, ii ana :i, diock s. Halcyon IIIrIuk 6S0 H. G. Prltrhett and husband to Wil liam cunnlngnam. e4 lot 3, bloclc 102. Omaha 1.20O Edward Maurer, administrator, to wnneimine aiauror, lot e, block U', Shull's 21 add 1 A. L. Reed et nl to C. E. Magnuaon, eH lot 37. block 4. Campbell's add... 675 L. M. Andrews and husband to L. C. Hutchinson, lot 7, block 12, Bedford Place EoO M. C Holtxman and husband to W. H. Parks, lot 2. block S. Florence... 50 J rt. George to Jennie I.ovell, lot 49, Sullivan's add no J. r. Havemeyer nnd wife to Maria Krause, ot miaaie i- lots 2 and 3. block 12. Kountze A- R's add. .. IVYi South Omaha Savings Bank to Georgo I ,t nn, iw. ,, utwiv 01, Omaha j.oeo Tolal amount of transfers tJJti INDIGESTION. Hertford's Acid Phtsphatt Makes digestion easy. If your dinner distresses you, half a teaspoon in half a class of water will give quick relief. GtBuia bean urn Hoairoio't on vrappcr, TWO FAIR DAYS ARE PROMISED Saturday and Hundity Will He Free from Clund and with Vari able Wind. WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. Forecast for Saturday and Sunday Nebraska. South Dakota, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming: Fair Saturday and Sunday; varl&ble winds. Illinois, Iowa, Missouri: Fair Saturday and Sunday; light variable winds. Western Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Arkansas: Fair Sat urday and Sunday; southerly winds. North Dakota: Fair and cooler Saturday; Sunday fair; northerly winds. Montana: Fair Saturday and Sunday; warmer in western portion Saturday vari able winds. I.ocnl nerord. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU, OMAHA, Oct. 26. Official record of tem perature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the last three years: 1A 1803. 1S3?. 1837. Maximum temperature... 74 65 50 . Minimum temperature.... 47 44 27 53 Average temperature.. . M CO 3S S Precipitation 00 .02 .00 .01 Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day and since March 1: Normal temperature, 4(! Excess for the day 14 Total excess slnco March 1 776 Normal precipitation ..v 07 Inch Deficiency for the day 07 inch Total since March 1 27.00 Inches Deficiency since March 1 21 Inch Deficiency for cor. period, 1S30... 4.54 !n,chen Deficiency for cor. period, 1S3S.... 3.17 Inches Ileporta from Stntlnua at 8 P. 31, PORTER MUST SURELY DIE Late Private Seoretiiry of President McKlnlry Suffers from lu. curable Malady. 0TATIO148 AND STATU OF WEATHBJL "3 "2.1 4 a i ir- i F533 3 : ? 'ft Omaha, partly cloudy . orm fiatte, clear .. t'heyenna, partly cloudy .. situ uans i.iiy, ciouuy itapiu city, clear llnrnn Mnp Wllllston, partly cloudy . f'hleaKo, clear St. Louts, clear ., St. Paul, clear Davenport, clear Kansas City, cloudy Helena, cloudy Havre, partly cloudy .... Bismarck, cloudy , Galveston, partly cloudy 701 OS ill .00 7fl .00 521 CS .00 &; .oo 64 .ft) 701 .00 M .00 7l! .01 (M sol .oo 50) ISIl .00 72 .00 761 .00 441 T &4I .00 641 .10 76 S0 .00 T Indicates trace of precipitation. K A. WELSH. Local Forecast Official. For it Cold In the Head. LAXATIVE BROMO-QUININE TABLETS. POMFRET, Conn., Oct. 26. John Addison Porter, formerly secretary to Prestdent Mc Klnley, lies dangerously til at his home la this place, suffering from a disease which must ultimately end In death. For many months before he resigned his position ns the confidential secretary of the president he had been In poor health and bis suffer ing nnally made It Imperative that he abandon work. Since that time he has traveled etxenslvely. Of late tha unmis takable symptoms of an Incurable disease developed acutely and ten days ago he came to Pomfret, where at his home he has since been Invalided. On Wednesday of this week a very dan gerous operation was performed by Dr S. B, Overlook. DENVER DEATH RECORD, Robert llntmi'k. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Oct. 26. (Special.) Robert Hoback, aged 75 years, who has resided In this county slnco 1857. died last evening, and will be burled at Nehawka to morrow. Mr. Hoback was a member of tho legislature during tho territorial days. rivll AVnr Veteran. FAIRFIELD, Neb., Oct. 26. (Special.) J. B. Maasle, one of the moat prominent re publicans and Grand Army of the Republic men of this county, died at G o'clock this evening, after an Illness of only a few days, Dr. Allrr It. rialril. TIERRE, S. D., Oct. 26. (Special Telo gram.) Dr. Alice R. Balrd, for a long tlmo one of tho most prominent physicians In this part of the state, died here this even ing of fatty degeneration of tho heart. Ferrlll Trial earlnr Knd, MARYS VI LLE, O., Oct. 26. Tho end of the trial of Rosslyn Ferrlll on the charge of having rourdored Express Messenger Lane Is approaching and the defense Is expected to rest this evening, allowing to morrow for rebuttal, and the arguments are expected to begin Monday. Tobias Ferrlll, the prisoner's father, was on the stand again this forenoon. He testified regarding an aunt, who was an epileptic. She died with her mind un balanced. Mrs. Patrick Costlaw told of her knowl edge of Ferrlll and the preparations for tha marriage of her daughter and the prisoner. Sba also testified that Ferrlll BUFFET LIBRARY CARS Best Dining Car Service SM orx. JsmaplManrai, to., nnwl Dr orar all wcrf ncl laducrntiqna. T.ry quirklw aurwif rwtara Ltntt lt. . ln 0j or rounc ana at a man tor atudr. boat naa or plaaaura. 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(2.T5. uieuiar ea( uu ruu acted queir and in reply to n question on cross-examination, If sho was willing her daughter should marry a crazy man, said "Well, I was alarmed, but all the prepara tions had been made for tho wedding." This afternoon Dr. A. B. Swisher and Dr W. F. White testified on hereditary In sanity. Th state wl.' turamon Insanity experts. Mrs. Melissa Ferrell mother ofi tho prisoner admitted thai she was first cousin to her husband. She told ot Ros slyn'i queer actions. Til BICYCLE hma keen aavrardaxl Itie ORA.VO ritlX In competition with all other Aaiorlean blnyelea at tlaa Paris Exposition. Tha QRAND PRIX Is, aa Ita name aim nines, the Unnd Prize tho high est award. Othnr bicycles vera awanlea gold, silver und bronza medal and "honorable mention," but thera was only ona grand prize and taa Cotumbti won It. Tha BlcvoU h.. 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