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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - February 3, 1887, Wellsville, New York                                 f iti" Vj 1 f  f 1I i  ' ' ' 3 '1 ' 1  Í. i • ■ H • - ' / ' 1 I ' , 1 > . ' . , ut;'  XLVI  fîïc ilcpfvl • •  ¿ PUBjUlfiBK THOliaWAÏS AT  Nefsvitü' »^î egany Co.. H.  ¿NCÍS VV BA'RNE^  MiUfr a'Ul- /*nbfixh«r  1 • ■— m.lo, ir PAID IN AOVAC.Nc  Toe Ne-* York,  f ^  Il lilt.....iiiiMiiwtftirfl II ill ifiíli ' II III 11 iiili tiièh^ii iii^  •¡AHM  , ,7. ^ I.  I' . 4'im i lìijmi4i>ui|i 'UjuiMfliiiCftiMliftJiagsft  ; Mr' . ; .hi- "I  J/* "V  HAI LI 10 AD.  ake £rje& W.  Tilt' only tirii" rutmiUK H(ii-i and Uuffot rraltin in botJi Utrml< iin-l • litc.ftfo. Don Ili» tU)/h"ijst' Air •»nvku«,' 1er .>!iu>t> IMiUlorm an ino'lrrti apjUliuii'tí. Twc ti» ri<uuíh>—tht) "Aillííí 'lia cu aii^'tii(.> N V«}, H >-Mi'a>rii<:ï Ail.irit|u fUtilu II-,Uli-' VW liUlSttl«. HÖ't t w Ät'-m. Tbti '8»* U \r'/r Y<)rkaii<t ■ tnciniiii «» l.xr A CMAIÍUK fKt e<iutpi> ont an-' q«'«»ory. Uatcf a» lü.W ^ 1 Brie.'  «»■traft or Til  uHmun t>t>y, nif l.oücl.v», tti h. (1  nick. M*-«,l (ime. U., l.llfliK'O tiv (xr, l < ii|' : Ulli) I V. t;  Nt>*v urk tiuO ( lilr.. 1 uiiio l.ti.«- ■ via • ti (t ài 1». n r... iii.t) ti.  ^ ; llu- "N 1/ vmu I n, t- (ilkJ'll lliltik K II  uLi . UHU cl' Ui iwc. i I tu 0 M. i I Liif., W .'I F' »• . \ T 'I lMi tr^iJn MT\ tC( .- . Flu«-j(i theluWiM 'VuUe tit.  •SIATIONS. Nq.i»»  ^L. PARNUM & SOK.  ¿rtiills Insuranpfi ftprtcj !  k ¡y . \ . ' '  aloe ib Mmwiao Hal J Block, Opposite the DatJk : I ft (!it Welievllle. , ;  I" fphei»iK of Brooklyn-  I mm 4,342 430 610.891  tGdrinan American. New York.  I'.i)00,(w0i^ 3,701,276 l,61«,jy»  iHanOvor, NewVork. j  = OOOJUQoi  ^ lliagiara, New Vork.  , r ^ : l,T:6.8»i 589.SS3i  Commeriial Unionv London^.  fr<Ä)Q.900  881480»  ttOJO.TOr«  Onôrit,  »20,Jî^  422,358^  ■tlôi^Sl'  a.itîO.aw" Hartford.  ; l,3SKi,404  ISunîf^ire, London  J» J Í..IHIÜ t LJ«i,75**  Milwaukee Mechanics  Sf <m I i  iccident Iris. Co., of M. Ameriéíí  ^sÄwuid t-Jlhllfïs. H-p'iAt Alfoanj.èlwMX»' ]  s. /í^'t« àiad iRui i>luí. KÍ#stewHt Avtà.ient Tickets, for c-Jrt¡U, ^ went of ^cuth flr ^iñ.!» W < f nasf p ntiu Teti Huye  . skes p|ompxly an'd fairly  > . i t ;:ust?íd. '  ^ -av ntiu'.Ten Riiys W-V . T«'"-\ t»|?. P"!'oíef b>- täjw \ ear.  I I ch ompani  V V ■  ' Agent,  I. vr, i.  i ' A. ' - '  j . Oí poi|i ed in i 843.  r o a ï-fe fe* npany in the U S., oiti ^ íVí" r¿e; . m th6 World.  i i ^108, O i  ■ í ■ 5,0.  'tilikirk.... L'Te ,«t!le Vulley I  itTkSle A4opt«() J -n. 9i iBbl ABl'  ><»,4. >0.  s.Oôp.ml.....  4 ■ • ..  Salaii.abcM.. ourru'too..  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M..1from DunWrk, UuO, oJuiiH's MíUn . 7/, l\riy iii .ít. aitaniUKUs i JJ», Litue inufuji iA-."!, lirvat Vuij^-y ^ yaa<lana.4:35, Aitewan) í;4V, üíi i uii-i tYujnuabl  For Toilet Use,  Ayer't Il;iír N i/mi- K, ami pîiiiiit, iiii|i>u ', s tu  fn'wlin.-ss i.f _\,.iitll. r:  l.ixuriniiî : V, iM iuli. ,it( , all scjalfy «íiM'iisiw. :uiit ily of ali luir jjrvjMiuti'  M-Il iuxl  AVER'S  US  HAIR  liai ;ïl\rti UH-  ■r siiii-í/Ui (lull. I w ;iK'ar!y ìi.il.l l..r,si>t v'-»'-.'l'i: nin wlu. ii l;llli(i I iiM'il Iiiiiiiy Jjilir I>r< Ji;u,!Ui'lls, lnit wiîluMif Mir.«.-ss. Ind.•.■.(. Ulnt lini,.  hau- I li-i.l, !l]iiinri\ uuiil  1; tried .Avers I f.i ; r \ ii;< ii' I iwo  lioMìes of tlie Vmnr, and inv li.'a.l is umw WC'II coverf.t Willi a n.-w <;r,.\\ ih i,f hau.  — JudsDn 1!. ( hapvl; l'i.ul)<>i|\, Mass  ll ;»i. liii-i lieroMie íjray,  •■Ulli í;i(le.l, iiiav li:u<- new lile tIKi <<.l»)l' I, IM ,I ,1,,. Usi" ot  Ayer's Müll- \ . Mv liair was thia, fild.d. aiKl «Irv. an.l lell out in lai^'e  imautltl. s. Asei s Hair V.^'oi slofrped  rhe fa-luiu, aiivl Vf-.l.Mi'd lii\ Im i Io i'h .«-l^iili.il ..I'.Mi A> a .!r.sv:i:.' l..r lli.i llUM, this »'lenavatinn lia-i 11.. <'.|ii;i! -Mai-y N. ilauiirumd, Sn!l\saier, Mutn  ymi-fli, and in the  apprai am i- of ihn lian . iiiav bf" prrsei V <'<1 lur an- indi'iinne pi imd I»-tluíUsiíuf .\v.-! s llair \i;:<.i ''• V .h^-t;an»j i>f the sc alp < aiisrd ni\ jiair 1.« h.-and «írv; aiut i>» lall t.m. IrtHily. ÎÎDilfinîx I tritai KoenM^d to ilo; îiîti any j.'<n.d laitil I (onimenii'd u-sinji Avers lian Vi;íur, Three lioltles of Ihii! preparaiioji ro^iti»red my liair to n liealtliy (-«'nilinoìi, and it now .n»(t autl pliant. My stalp i.s «iircd. and it is also íleo íinúi dandrulî, — Mr?i. JC. It. Foss, Mihvaukt'f, Wis.  Ayer's Hair Vigor,  bold l«y DnigßiBia ftnd P'-rfummi.  VIGOR,  itopeat Porreavllle bur« 1.4«, Uayiou Vttuey sala  it/, CarroUton 4:25. t >leaQ 4:57, Hinsdale  Itelwont 6:10, uTài^'keli it'iU^^Ä'^An^^^  v»-r "é.o::, p. m.. AltruU 7SÄ. lag at HorneHsvlUe at Î:i5 P.  luuad 4.  airiv-  to.oi) A. M.,iix>tu »alaiuau<L daily «xctpt-sni  tv»i,Hn-iviu« It CarroUton ll,Oija. m.  ) 4.1 P. Al.. daUv lfx)Ul buDl irk. nmnii ai »1I ..t..  lavtí. P  ixUì ttxm bum lrk,8top» alali hU.  Ullis, urnvliuf atlìarrolion W Kb TWA  1 lu^^.  !*■ l j So. ¡6.* So. 3*. ■ No. ü«.  .>.11.1  »V Vo.-i», i>v»l it <^..^.11.1 b.oop.m' b.OOpa's.L'Op  i Mo  x>4() eU t» M  roi  i'T J -i-m  1 lu.tAJ  I IO iü  4.U)ii.n: Y.5SÏ'* ' Mai  1>..J4  ' li-.ci',) I ti.aj  -ili litii Arr ¡0.1) • raP, Lvjì I1.¿0 • i ■I rr .aüu Wj  rk  Itimi.  1- i j.» ■! iily .»vor  AQOlttOMAL LOCAL TBAL IS WBSTWABD,  I.-Í.4.S • 'J.Vj. ' lO.tó-  ü. u ■  10.i_5 •  I/lST U'.55  I  Iii  ■i \h Ú «.ti tf. j(.l>  JjiJ iiiK stulk,n 1) Ui vision  4 4& A'^m exoopt sanday» t , viU)Ztii Aliauuog.lli. Altre WélldviUe dolo 7.4», Belinuiii. o.ìo me, 8.Hb Krlendabip ä.06, Cttba io. Uinsdalr  rom QornellevUle 5,30. Andòrerò. t  ont. H. 16 «elvldwf I .10,  Glean 11.66 a M..Alle|raii> l'^ CaTroitOD 1.40 Urea: (Valley 2. Utth- Valley 3-14 Cattafango k Pe;-ry8bur> 6.;5(i-uilti' Yilii Süerlda; j.r»5. and a,rrlTitii; at D i A. 11 ..-oiD CarroHol ¿rrlvlojj at l'uDklrk WMä a. m.  4.yo F. M., dallv trw» Hornel «latioiii. Arrlvinji at Salamauca 1l..„ ,____  IJii P. M.,troui Carrolton.datty except Sanday» jtrnviug ai.öiiJumaoca l4rp.  MO, . Vandalio I )0. Salamanca ♦ IS, Dayton i'."). »< orestvllln! laJclrk at 7.1.t 1. op* at all Btati  IsviUe, (topti at a' ' ()6 p. m.  to Bradford and Joh isonburgn  M  loa in IÍ  : \<- „ 4 .-V-tl l'OT  ^ , :|t .• -h ÍÜ.M.l' ot -M.  ta-c H > i'f > fori^ vi.ihont ot Doli rs,""  iß ...i'Jîi. .1 tnt. ,-i)tír,«'capi 111 of îtH -ac.  al ijUk.-In tljv í-'t lit-Ol N. « >i>rU.  ' thus Pddit«, IIS P.. u Hnl t) ortV .  Iti paid m if«'lt'Wient (.olxii.-^ In I.s.^"-$l'í.í?^O2.049,48f>'- 6'"" r«-!'r y • -iuhi 0.1 íw-.avxi «lîiîtiril (-oépa^t.sin the C S or til it < ildc-t aé'l (artf comv anies í>t b.üropt.  ¡ 8o«5'-u'-l) ^^v anJ ñiaW» \<'U 1» ; i.ai ti«  ■ •nJooHtriv g luK iinjvH: i (ill! "e'lt-'  í «•> ttVin»' toliudi <* jou t-  tiVl'i« WtM Stt t^ltul^ -Ptí^d h  ¿civ in| Writl  a- <1  g-VKí ^hat weíi¡S<»n doijl . í It iv|ii tHfiirtfüi.'ily íj.  - W. EATp  tul iluiit. n;-ii'Vr-^t 'n a « oaii'iira av ' VI >  n w. - ort li <■ int.Tj i.n-  1 W ■ • V lie ».uiiwn I" Oli invií.i  I 4 llA'ÍÍÍ!.  410< d  • L'vr á-t;-  Arr A ivi !_„  U C <.>V ( >1  . iirt- ) Oli 11 A.ldrem  I Afí'.,  N Y  >;. V.  k'^i  vPlnáo^gency  ^ smirk  r c4Nfi^EA..]SÍ. Y.  General! Pfensicn Agent  Cttríífultth¿ proiupt attfution given to ciKÍms. Tweutiy years' '«xperienoe,' îOniafs bv5Úua..^att.»;ndedi proiuptly. InforiiÄtiüP Éfiveu. Please enclose  lÄrfMInipäiij's Railwi)S  Condensed Timo Table.  víiíTr^  111 A1'.  . Vtí«'et títV 1  Ì  410< d  Arr A ivi !_„  tul iluiit. n;-ii'Vr-^t 'n a « oaii'iira av ' VI >  n w. - ort li <■ int.Tj i.n-  1 W ■ • V lie ».uiiwn I" Oli invií.i     'i, il.    .ni L've    7 : J    .lu i'      L>i' 1,.    .<)i«li . " i        r îi«) ..      u le,    1 ( f'-. . ••    -    ■ : i fi ...      10 .c,.    i-.i.l n'f '■        -..Iii...          i;i>ii. ' "        . i. ..,      11. t        1 '.i-'i    ar;      ■ t;, u    i.'-. •■    ÍS i      .ij'i....    .•ili". Arr    A. M          ill'. ;■    vi.^v 1.vi        .s.It.'' .      VI,"/'    lli 111 '>íe •  ■vv . 1 I . •        h 4i: . S).1.(1 ll.iii ..      il    1 u-,.        '.1. ii . •      •II,!.,-.    .■l'I        >• iVi      ; -            lu II. .      •A ( 1 tl - 1. oli    r  / .1 Ull'"t u .11 Iiii ru • 1        'i l'; .. . !|. + . ■'■.■V'i     tj.'ü Íi. t:: í  7'.I .I .t  .Sá* 37  0.t'0 \ 1).:»! .. .1 ,  '..'U H1.I6... It'.^io ... Ui. . . rt).4u ..'...  Á) 0. i (>. 11  tj.'ü Íi. t:: í  7'.I .I .t  PEiirni T S.\FKTY, proiiipt aciion. and n'orMlerfiil 1 urarive pro|irnies, easilx-placo Ayer's Pills at the heml of ti,e of popuhi;- reiiiedies foi- Sii k and Ner\ -fniH Hr-ai!a( Con.s'iiiiation. and ali a .'-ments <.>ri„'iiia.tin:; in :i distirdejed I.m. , .  I hav'e liee;i a tp'eat: Miii.T"; ' .■< : lleadaehe, aud Av/t's Cai li.ni p' — lire the only tni-dii iiH; thai li.i-).'iveu me reiiet. One dose ol lhe~. • . .  ijuit move luy hnw els, iji ; iny head froni paiti.NVìIIì.ini !.. 1 . lliehlliond. \'a.  r's  rrt'iiiin-l l>y 1)!'.,1 C.Aypr: (, .1 -, . , Lij- aU Dcaiuxa iu il J..,j.  HAVE YOU  r'v r fpil Rlnin;.; ly tired, rt»>-(lesi,(ir niiea-j .' Hava yo\i had paiii-i bhooliug ihriii.U'h the h id, along tlio hmbs or .irnAjnd tba back? H.tve yon exp ricno'tl siraiiga ■enea,tiou8 for whadi yoa coald I'ot account? And do you kuf.iw that all these things arise fro'ji di.s "a^edl kldapys, which, tanltBs prpaip'.ly e\ireci will run into Bright'i? di.-i aid and end iu D jath f Th« Kidneys a r<3 the acat of uiue-tcutks of all the diseases of to-day!!  ET tF Kidney Remedy  Ih a Q ■ ■ Ebb A^b absolute cure for the«e troubleK, and in guaranteed by thd dirngifietK who sell ii. It ise'-peolally vaiu-uaWefor Ktiiuale Troubles. Ks'ery mother, every wife, every nervous an I overworked woma M. whoso l.fe is njiule uiiserahlts by eulieriiiRR peculiar to her sex, shouidknow that of all the medicines ever sold, the.  FET /f*^  n ^Oa llf^medy that  tees relief or refunds the nioney. It is effectual, a« thousands of testimoai-ftU will prove.  Sold bg all  Dealers ei'et un'hf.rtt. ^^ Price. $1.00 per iiotu«.  guaran-  FIVE IIIILLIOH POIDS.  ^ C'm-liSi Soro Throat, Influeiua., i Vt hooping Cpagb, Croup, Bronckl-i tin, Astbina, and every nfiectlon of Uiej I Taroat, Lungs and Clicst aro Bpoedily I j|aua penaancatly «ui^ by the use oil  'iWiSTArSBALSimOfWftD CHEmj  • iMliy. Í 01» SIRI»  U.ih b DJ., litusvi io l-Ut^r« liiiilavr». iroin v_(>irunoii, »u I.V."'..'ivevuUl.. 11.31. .ludiirri  .10  m.  From Bradford a/ d Joh  dally,  ,1)»! at Ll.i'i'-.înir,-■at ¡Iret'or.  rsonbur ¿h.  S VN'hich docb not dry xsp a eotisjh and leave I ^¡liio c.iane behind, but tooscns it, cleanucB j it the lan^iS, and ullayd trritaiion, tbuH re-£ «¡oviim the c^inao of the corapioiDt. COJf. i8i:ai'tM>?i CAS BE CVtti fr by a timely I resort to thisstaadard remedy, a« la proved 1 iby hundreds of testimonials. Thepejii/ini ] Sia Fitfiied "/. Sui:.-" on the wrapper. R.?f:Tn FOWT.K & SONS, Prop'RS, y Boston, Mass. 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I)  tfitirnai.\  .'■•)■ Hbtiu<rt«toàllpolDt,< at ate* foriUe at tibe COifipMi ¿«(lit ; : KaiTftafre wUl beoh^bed ^oly ^"tai' d sttli« Compaay'ioŒét .  >' è-V utitíiifai I'M^Kt-iitf  ê  Woriá's Dispensary Medical Association,  00 1 Muir. BUFFALO. N.Y.  SiCK-HEADAGHE,  HillnnN lloadarlie, IJizKtuci«!!, Coiivtipa-iioit, lndlK««(lon, and! Rilloua Attack«,  jimniptlv cured by Df Pli-rr«»* FleaBailD --UOtl ve Pellet», 3»  iv-.its .1 viul. liy n'-uggllw  f i^tops on  tie very I,ówei!| 'lottor at b«  tt tloketi par-  .\IiMFK, -r VKt nt, V  Ujr r. WEMYKS UKlJi.  •'.Now. ßontlomeii." contilmiPd ilawlfj sp-»«!;-inrr in mot« goleniii tone-» th.m li.nil hit^i*>?i-to u.wd, '^vre cantjoti tell you wrhai Imppene !  the intervitlw. The prisoner alone surviv. 8 it What we do know that she remained for a quarter of iiii hour ui the apartment of the ílecoa.sed. Hof own ne-count of the wny in whlch sbo spopt t at lu-terral was'eiven^ aflter she bad ^n dulv nautione i. to me omcer or tao law oy whom sh'! was arrest«!. Accor.Un^ to ber stale-nient she read a chaipter of the Bitle. as her custom to tho deceased. She-then gave him a (low ler of a kind which ha was in the habit of taking at times. It was a powder of bromide of (jotaR'^iiuni, a medicino whieb, tm you are probably aware, g^eutlemen of the jurv, is frequently used for patients of DU epileptic tendency. He took the inedirine. she say.1, quite readiliy, made no remark oa taking it, and, nayin; bo was sleepy, bade the prisoner good-n3?ht. Öhe at onco le.'t the room, and pres^'ntly she horsdli retiro 1 10 rest."  The next piece of evidence to which Hawk (■allel attention was a .somewhat refnarlrab;» one. About half-past eleven o'cJoók, or an hour and a half 1 after the prisoner had left the deo-a-sed, one of tihe youngor hqui^emaid^ o^ the halU who ítra-t p^glogi sdong ei coirridor not far from the! roona occupied by ^r. iäau-leverer, heard, tip she declares, asha^p cry of pain, ünfortunátelyl the girl, instead of ascertaining the icauso of his cry, fleid iiastily to the servante'j hall. Her ncco-jnt of her conduct was that "sheib3lievBd she irád heai J a ghost." It appeared that popular tradition declared Groat Lor tön Hall to be haunted, and aa a consequence th? »ervanti Were con-tinuaby imagin.tig that in certain ¡¡ai-t^ of the bouse they heard various mysterio,;» Bounds. Mr. Maplevei-er's room, as! It happened, was somewhat i-en:ote from the oihcr sleeping ap^rt n^nts which wero occupie 1 that night The girl never thought ihtit it could have been from her master th-.t this cry of agony proceinieil, at d so the iinVortu-nate man was leift toi strugzlo atop? v, death—to which he tod soon fell a vipi.m.  The next morninx at the .usual bi'Ui- the valet of the deceased. .'John Oreen by nfljiie, went into his mai^terV bedroom. Ho im i-o-diáüfly saw that something dreadíui liad úap-;enad. The bedclothes \ve>^e in great di>or-der, as though the di'Ceasevl had t een sti fugling violently. Ott looking inore cÍo!«»ly «t him Oreen saw ¡that Mi-. Maulevei-er vvas quita dead. Ho ;was lying with hi« lac? burised in one of ths pililows, and he had apparently died in cbnvufc ion . In one of Ins hands was clu ohed a bi>d curtain, 'svhieh in his BgoL y he seemed to have torn ¿-cm it,-. fastenin^ 1 he i household was at ors. c-aJaimed, The pá-lsoiser o» learning what had hapjtened profossíHÍ extreme trj.-f. and sent a messenger forthwith to humiiion iihe tiearest me Heal man, Dk- Carriek, of Lit?ie Lor ion. Pr. Carrick, \rho would bé calit d before thi-m as a witness, undoubtedly fi'i] into a sreat mistake. He came to t^ con-riumon, on seeing the body, that .tfr VAulBverer had di^ pos.^ibly of suff^ra'iou ill a fit of epüepay. and he gav.» a cír^iticote in accordance with that belief. In ext use for him it might be said that he had 130t fhe slightest rea^oiitto suspect foul i layi whiij hf! was aware that deceased w^ afflicted by epilo->>y. Fortunately for the ends of justice, however. susi)icions wore aronsod; and on the day after Mr. XIauleverer's funeral, at which tho priAoner at the bar at ended (hief mourner, his b- dy was exhumed, and analy.n.s o  tile contents of the" stomacj it wa; dis^overeti that biH death was ro.tlly dn. I o a large doso ? of stryrhniii.  the evidence that could b<> obtained roint'jd to the conclusion that 1 bis |>oi^ot^ must bavö been ailm ni-tered soTtewhere about the time when the prison?r Ixist saw the unfortunate man. How .could it' huve been administered' The answer to that qu.?stioa was clear. Two personi on) had access to Mr. Maulev^rer about the time when jie tuiquestionably took the fatal doi .  other was the pri.wiT at the bar. Now, in Green's favor curtail» tacts rou d at opcj b» fill-? (x^:. One of ihe«i wa^ that he hail n- Vt>r Von in the habit of adm n^st Ting drtiz? t i the díK'eased, and anv att mnt be might make to do s^o (onld hardly hive failp I to aro^ise Mr. Mfttvl>iVi>rei-^ svispifjieii^. Tli'^ prisoner, on the other hnn.l, constan Iv p'ixfKl anil gav ? him his medioin ■. Xext. oil thpir m ijliiries I n ntefl to the con' lu>:on that (¡ ee-i La 1 «bsolutely no.bin? t. gnin bv Mr. JIaulererevs de.ith. Tbe pri.'^iuer, 011 thf. coirrary, a4 be tihonll show them preü.?Tt y. i o 1 evTVth n-r to gain I y it, próvid,.! ir look place within a <"ertnn perio I ot' liine; I.«stiy iili inq liri«^ w hieb had beeii tt>n !ed to thf belief that (J. ee 1 had not hm-n it: the pniiseis on of any p iKo i at the tit:i .■ wh-n the murder wns conimittwd. Tn*-prison'?!'. It wo'.ild be conclusively p ovel.. did p()s^<.s poison, anl poison eraetlv^iin.-Inr to»lhat found in the l)o ty of Sir M-m-leverer a few d.iys l/Cforo the death ot¡ ih it gentlerrtan.  .-iurely in tiies * ricnumstances it was rie r that, 1 la.sinueh as, acrordiu? to all k'Miwn laws. edh>r (rreeTi oi* t! e prisoner «t thi? b.ir had « ven the fatal flosr* to the deceased, it wn< the latter whom they had the b;^t rea-« «n to siusp^'cl Hut . ihd law mercifully d<^ inaiide.i. in cases of this kind that some nio-live Khoiild lie shown, ^om« reason whuh «a*! Ükelv to have led Ih« aecu^ed j)erson 10 resort to a de«t]H'rat»'crime. He vías sorry 10 say that there would Iw no difllculty n meeting ibis requirement of the law on ih« [>resi>nt occasion. He would bring forward ev idence to show that a violent quarrel had taken place betweea the deceased and the prisoner at the bar shortly befor^j the date of 1 he murder. The qiiarrel was doe to a Jo^ e affair between the prisoner and a gentleman of whom Mr. Maaleverer did not approve as a pr 4^eDder to the bq^d of bis nieca There Ua-I been painful scane4 between Mr. Mault verer and the pri-soner, and witnesses, who IVere strongly prejud'osd in favor of the iftttar, would pive evidence showjng that there was in reality a very bitter feeling on her part with rwgard to the lU-u$age which she conceived she had received irom her uucle. Thia was not all. However. It would be shown that Mr. Munleverer. having ciecutf^i a will by which all his vaat wealth passed unreservedly U) the prisoner, had within a week pr two of Id^ death give 1 instntetiona for the prepara-tion of a second will, under which, in th0 ^•v."nf of her marrvltig tho gentleman re-i-.^ l to, she would rw. ivd only a compara-LiVH V small legacy, tViiilst the ra^t of bis as ate w.»uld l)e devoved to charitable pur-poséis. ThLs will had not been signed at the time of Mr. Mauleverer's death, Ip cotwe-quence of the temporoit^ absence from England of his usual legal; a'lviser, by whom it had been prepared. But the pPisonor at the bar knew of it* existence, and-knew further that it would ba duly executed as soon as the aUorney returned from abroad. H^re then, tbey bad what all must fee) tq be strptig motive for the cpmmLision of this crime. He did not wish to pre&s hardly upon tho prisohér, wbpse youth aiid goo<l loulcii were well calculated to prepossess most (wrsons in her favor. But the jury ha'l a duty to discharge, and i e could not see how, afr hearing tho evidence which he waa rti(;>ut to .day befoi-e th'in, and which wopld Ixvtr out the statementi h» had just made to ill • fiilb')-t i^xtent, they ^wuld tlnd any other viM-dict Chan that the prisoner at the bar WAS, in vpry truth, gulUy of having wl ftijly tniii dered Mr tbiorge Älaul<'verer on the iii'.'ht ( f October ;i4 ' , ,,  1 hil l nei-.K'l niys.lf ^o listen tö this terri-I» e indictment oí my darling without show-.11-^ by any outward sign the effect which it iiiigtjt hav« upon me; and up to a certain 10 nt I had done to suryessfuby. But wlvn the couiiHid spoke ol tHo quarrels b'jtwcion E'aisy Htjd her uncle regarding myself, 1 hA<l found It impossible to retain my comp >snre. My agiißtioi» munt have beeu made more yisiblo wlueii 1 beard of the u.tSignOfI will bv v\Uich she vrai to be pun shed if shu iiiurir .)Lid Hj.. &ÍO tuont lou Ui^d b'^en rootle of this d<>c unieut in the examination before the magistrate, and 1 wtvs quito ij^noront of .its exliti-ence Whim Hawk spoke of It I istarnni visibly and looked at Her faoo gave  not tlie sHiihiest nign of emotion, anl knew th n that the ¡iroiwcuting counwl had reason for hi+ deciai-atioii that Daisy was aware "f the ex.stenee OÍ the document. lUil if that wt io the t aso, how" was it that lb'« fact bad only Iwen publjoiy bi ought forwa^ nowi Alnsl I remembered that noto Brank->o!ne and Fos lyke cmlnl no longer be repk niied on our side. 1: must have l»een by P«»s dyke that thin fatal pU'Ce of evidence had iHM'n revonled.  I lookiti e.Tgerly to where Belmore atjd Hardiu c sat togelúer, anxious to judee if I eo-.ild from their fates what elYect Hawk's »taiement had madj ujjon tnem. Hinliiig WB» very gfave, and even gloomy. Behnorp, on the other hand, preserved the tranqt^l and confident air whlfh had Inspired ule with hope when 1 first saw him.  given m support 01 uiwk.k biicemaut. i'he counsel for the crown had recapi ulated the facts only too folUifully, nu l all that he had told tho jury wna boi ae out by tue wltaes-aJ.  The ürsi to be» exatuinel was Oroon, the valet, who toll the ►tory of how he had assisted Mr. .Mauievt'rer to tindriMs.'and hud seen Inn ix-a mt') bel ou the ui';ht of tho muitlor. in the coursu ot ciosh-«x imiualioii he Nwore that decea-^l, ttiou^h appanentlr somewhat wea was cIhî tIuI and coiuposeii when ho lelt him. H.* w is theu <(i!i<sitio.ie 1 as fo lows by Be.mo t :  "Did you seo an iu"d;c.ne or any bo tie tUat might have contained ir.ediciiie of any kind near his bd when you left him?"  " What meibcine wa< in bis room, as far a!» yàu know, that ni^ht<" ' (in tae tahle in th« dressing roun there 1 Pox containing the puwslers which he o-^cas onr^dy took."  ''NotliinT o'ST- n<j Iwitt.e, 1:0 |>ow<ler oí any kind.» 'i errni i 11  Mr. Haw'.-. V,) ( , il r ■ ^ai l t mi; lue prone-  cut'.ou p <> .«11 el 1, that evi eno • v. o il ]  C'rcss-t'xaii.*! I :oi( describo 1 the 1 on I 111 and of h IS f e 1 y. a -ii next iniore.f ' ■ I  •f potvd.» s and en ! e^-a'-illiví it. •nriiuuM; "Y iu have M o. M - Manleveror > ou e t 1« I hl« room ; uv.S.ü. ' 1 I-e in the  ipnrtment attract your at ei:t on?' "No; 'veryiliiiii'i was as I had U tt It on the previous night."'  "Was thera a table near t'le h- • f ^fes; there was one within ro.icj o:' ti:j master^ »rm. "  "What wa;4 on It whei you lef' hiin at night?" ".A copy of the Bib e and a bottle of water with a a,lass "  "What did y^ti find thei-ij in tho mornlngf "The Biible a'ld tlie water b:>tî'o md plas-s."  "Had tlu» g ass be^n u-eil.' ' ''No; iit was turned u;> on th« top o' the bo'fe. 1 particularly oVrseryed it was quite <lry, and th.Ht tho wa e:- in the bottle h.vl not been touched "  "In yrbat g n*;« wa^ Mr. Mi»nlever.er In the habit of takiuz h s n:e i inr?' "Miss Stan-pl.'fTe nlwavs usod a narticuH" sfla^s which was kept on his drawing room tnble."  '•Had that e'.a l>ee 1 u-'ie 1 on Ih» "nipht of October 21?" -'I tbi ik fO We found: that there was a little water and a s'ightsedioient. ot the bottom of the '"lacs when we e*am-ine<l the room the next tiav '  "Was any ciro of iC;" "No, sir.  Mi.'is S'anclifle tn!d m" that she bad given her une o one of bu pow Vrs befoT'e she 'eft b'm, and I conc'.u.lei 1h.1t the glass had been used for that pt rno«c. "  it was wnoh 'd;" "Yes; by Miss S 'n -1 iffj's orders." (Sensation in tH>urt)  "1 did not ask by wiiose orders «t was done; but I Should l>e plad to kpow^ what were the exact word 1 Mi»s (Sfcam-liffe uied when she gave you thes^ dirootion'T "She said. 'Have evervthing tidy in the belroom and dr-îîsin'ï room.' "  whe t was tha'?"' "Some time on the merninz: of the 'i."»th. "  -Be'oPf. or after Dr. C-nnoÎ: ha 1 seen th' dTe fi" 'd am not quir„- <i>r n:n; aft-^r Dr Ca'-rick's visir, I believe "  "Xe.M , ^dr. on your oath, wa? tiot r-r.-irv-th ntr 'eft nnto-iched until a*'t«>r ihs doctor's vi^iilf' "l l.e!ÌQve HO."  ".^nd h^ mighfi hn-.e exair»ined any^hine nnd evorvthin? in th«» room if he hai wLshe I todos..i' "Oil. cert.-iinlv "  "B / thit way, thare is tine other ques ioTt Are yon trouble 1 with rats at (ri'i^ati T.^ir^ ton»"' Ot^. the rats is awfnl. sir." (Lnughter in "ntrt.V  Mary Tavlor. th"-- mail deyioFed to 1h« t'me at vrhich M'.ss Sta-iciifTj retired to rest on t e rigb'- of th.» 24 h. sShe Was ih^n q i e calm an ' composed. She was drfssins in the naornlncr when witn-iss took her the no-.'s of Mr Man^eve'ei 's ,^eith. .She «e^meJ g entlv <3 s reused an i c.iv© orders that the do tor was to hg ««nt for imniadiatolv. She went to her uncle's room instantly upon hea-ine of what ha I h-xripened. friXs-Tcamiued—"Have you ever h-^ard Stan'-lilT.. "x->res.s any ill will towards her unc.'.er ' Neva', sir. '  "Yttu are quite sure of ihatT' "Certiinly, sir. .So far Û4 1 cou'd s'e she was very fond of him, < ve t nt the time when he wa? not ,verv k nd to h'r."  »•VV---1— I..U21. __  she retired so rest?' "Ye<. sir. She alwa.y8 rea 1 a little in tho Bib'e and praye l. I wan of'en in h ? room wh »n 'he df I so "  •'Did i-he read a-<l pr ty on thnt particular ni^rhf " "S^hp did, sir " (Sen^ntio-i. |  "Now Tavlor, b<' g'od enou :h to tell  if vu ' nv • ever kn^wn Mi-s Standi fife to a v poison?' - Yei sir; nliOiit t«o  V ( <■!.'- i « Mr. M itileverer's ''e'jth sh» sîiowe 1 nie a snial packet one ni-?ht end said that it. wns pr>ison m hich she hati pro. cured fint;'lav at Littl' Ix>rton and that it iva- to lie u e I lor th • ro-s n'n? of rats Her nncie. she saitl. h i I d s ;e<l her lo promre i'.'  ■•.\avih II r e'> V'" e-t«ld me thfit -hs  VI H . iie-yons-.>». nt liav.n ' ,t in m-t p s ei-s'on .and t ti 1 s'lonii'ipf rei i^ uwny in soni verv s-' n '<' t> ae-. '  • Id i sh ' snv wh\- "he di ' n >t me.an to use it t on f" "Ye^ ; ^h o d tm' that <h ' was aft-aid to mut any < f rh»» .-ervaii's with it. and sh^ wru d keeri it until Dr. Bmnk^om'-.^ rt'turned. as he would know how it ought to 1*» used."  "Have yon seen that parcid since»" "No, sir."  "Would von know it ag.ain?" "I think i should sir. '  l>r. CarV cU. en amiabl' country praeti-tio ier, was the n 'xt wittie34 cal e 1. Ha was nnriiis ak'ib y nervous, en 1 gavé hisevitlence in o uncertain n manner, tiiat evei the pfwl-na tired ju'l"« lost his pati n^e at last, and fold him sbarpiv that i e »vas nrt ^ery-ine the nrisoaer bv hi" • oui vocatiny rnswera. This only made the p<vir man woi-v», rn 1 sawlbatMr Bidmore in his ero-s- xani ti-»-tion was terribly bothered by I'lrt He cuild not give atiy reason now- fa- v>i!ii>iir to the conclusion t'lat Mr. Ma't evi r l.-a ' died of epiiepsy. He was quite ftuti-fl.'.l that he had been mistak- n in thinkiu'r s-».  "We have beard, D.. Carrick,' sa-d Bel-moT9, "that Mr. Mauiev-rer was in the habit of taking certain powders prescr bwl bv you?" "Ye^, sir; bromide of potassium." "Where were the..£e > owders preparedi" In ?ny nvyn surgerv, sir."  •'Is llii-s " it>roluciug box) "ori^ of the boxf»« a which those powders w-riv erntatu iV It is tie list liox tba I supol cd to Me. Mm'everer. lie had <.ne \ efore ih-s "  How do yoti kno'v tha'.. ib s is tb«i iast bfixr" Bv the date writltn upoii 't in my  own ba iiliyri-ing."  Now. hoiv many powders would such 4 box as that contain?'' "Kighteoa '  Just opi^n the box a"l t I! ti« how many you find there now ?' I fi'id tbere a e four in it."  "And how often would Mr. Mauleverertake one of these jovtdersf' "When required, sir Perhaps on an average, one e\'ery second or third nl:îht."  One every second or third night," said Belmore. He wb'spered a word to Hanllug, who forthwith made a calculation 01 a sh(H>t of paper.  -Fourteen powders aro gone; that would Indicate that the box had beou in use. Dr. Carrick, for at least tweutytetght days bej fore the death of Mr. MauleVerer. Bo good enough, sir, to tell ino what is the dale writ-ten on the box as that on wbicb it was aup-plietl from your surgery f "September'28, sir."  "Ah! that Ls Just thirty-thres days before the night of tiiiit fatal event Now I must ask you. Dr. fcJlarrick. to pay particular at-tifution to the questions I am about to put to you, and to mnembcr that the life of s fellow-creature may dei>end upon your an-»wers. Who prepared thetji jrowdersf" "I did so myself, sir. I have no dispetiser. " •  "And where did you prepara Ihemf "In my own dispensary."  "The ilrug, I suppose, is a perfec ly simply one—the powders, I mean, ha 1 not to lij) compounded of different drugs! ' "No; all ^ had to do was lo weigh the bromide of potassium aud make each dose up in a separate piece of papjr in the u.Hual litauner. "  "Where do you keep your slock pf brtiûide/" "In a large glissg ju- on tj;« ;ow..>r shelf of the cupboard la my dig' pensary."  "Very good; and now, sir, answer uie without hesitation, where do you keep your i'.ock of stryohniaf'' '*iu thd same cupboard, fcir "  "Ahi" Belmore looked up at the jury with a face tba' spoke volume«. Everybody saw the point lit which he wosi aiming—everybody except my «larllns, >Vho sat looking pale aud fatigued, and altnost listless, as (.hough the whole thing were a easily farve which wearied ber. At long intervals she raix-d herey.'S and looked at nie. It was only then tluU any lign ot life or tMling cam* into bar d.-ar face  ii.tiuH! seemed aa tiiougb tt were a ' y whioh the unhappy man had l)i»en ir»!!«-ti.tod. Tiore was something ttrrible, ti'», u> I he eyoiof tba great advocate as ii fla?uj I U1M II the vvitneM. aomethlng merciUi4 jn t'a« ii. inly c;a<o<l mouth with which h » waitol lor hd ni|isvvf>r to his questioa Everybalsr ifi souit, 1 think, wa« fascinated br the S- r< ia<-l.', Therd ha stood, motiouleii as a statue, e.nid unralentiog as an ir.qiiisP.o! I'lnie Dr.: Carrick writhed visibly lerar-h.m.  -Y u mu-st answer the question, sir," sai.l ihe judge in f eromtorv tones,  Bt e:.thin!g hard, and patxsing a mom?nt lo viipe ihe jierspiration from bia forf-hoiid (be witness! .spoke: "l have madd a unstAke oiKe—It wflis years ago." '  "What wias itf "I used a wrong drug in making up a simply prevcription."  "The wiomg drug! Tell ma the name of th-t drug, mrJ' "It was arsenic. M> lord, tills hoppeuml tweiuy yean ago, aiiJ ; rs-•uro yojir Iradsliip that thei-e has been mali-iiig--••  ".Answer sny question, sir. and don't make speeoiies," said Belnjore. "You tell na that you difi make a mistake one"», and that you pui arsenic Into your medicine insteail ol something eiia©. Pray what was the result of that inwiaktei Did your patient; take the medicine?" "He did, sir." . "And he <he.l»' "Yes, to mv lasUn? pain  and ^orrow, he did. It was a baby, sir-^-"  •Don't maice itpeecbes. Dr. Carrick You tell me that once ahie-idy you have made a m.s.ake in compounding your medicine^ whi- h cost one o£ your fe.low crcatorcs his hie. Now, wiU you admit the possibility of your having ;made another mistake? You know your sltrycbnia aud youx' brotnlde of potassium Were in the same cupboard in 3 t^ur laboratory i" "No, sir, I cau'c admit that 1 made any mi8^ake on this occasiou. 1 Eot a terriblH lesson twenty years ago."  "No doubt you did; Lut, excuse me, I did nol ask youi whath« you had or had not made a miiitake on this occasion, bui ^v bether it was or wat» not possible for y ou 10 do sof "Xo, sir; it was impossibla"  ■Von are nfal.ible now, eh?" "Yes, sir " bhirted out the unhappy man, whoeviden'Iv tlid not know wa;?ther he was (?tandiag on 1-..S head or his heels.  1 mean to ask the jury to pro-: o'.ii. e an ojUnion upon that pomt. Dr. Car-' 1' '4. You dau gonoiA,"  Uut Ik fore be went he was re-examined by ilavvli.  "1> > you recollect making up these par-lii u.ar powdlers for Mr. Maulevereri" "Per-  t'letiy Wt'll."  ••-Xre you quite certain you ma le no mts-11': .'' "i am po.sitive I did nou"  "..1 whai part of your cupboard do you l.e your strychnia,'" "On the lop sheh,  'il  -^ow, t' ere were eighteen powders origin ady in that box. Wore they n'l made up a' sami tiiue," "Undoubtedly, sir."  "1" om ti et same bo tl3 of brumide?"  t ielv."  •HVr  THIS PAPER  Sins fi  NEWYORiL  may bo found on file ul; ÜKO. P HOWeLt« A CO'8  Ne\vspu|,er A<lvcr1l8lns Bureau (10 8pru«»  Street ,w,lict!«Midvor. ttHin'..'(ontrUet.smiSy jje ii.iitiO t«)r it Ul  CHAPTER XIIL THE VBRpiCf U i« Qip^ uetwasary to weary my raaden vríth thii wbote oi the eiiridsnQd which wá4  Croyi«-e:i<T»tilnation contlnued—"You ray the strycbnia and broinlite of potàssium V ero ki^pt in the game cupboitrd. Now do you evcr make roistakes, l^r. parrick. In ihe compotmding ot yoùr medicine»." '•Well, sir—I should not Uk^ to say posi-ttvely."  "Come, erme. Dr. Carrick; ba frsnk with OS. Teli me; did you eyar make a mi.itike in making up your medlclnas?"  B Imore ttood' liké a toWer amone hi»  daotd ¡íe. Aiamavartr c wai, «ad, «mm genaral murmur of «xciu ment, tt«!v» aomi doUiU at to th* axpounto^ hi« waaitli. % the will that had been duljr ex«cut«d to Um' month or Agust In London 1 tba prfa^Niip itK> beritad everythbugi Earlr in Od^bor (Mt (tha witness) had gone doWn to Groat Ldr. ton Hall on busln««8, and Und thara receive instructions from Mr. My * - 1 para a Moonci w|U, by wh of tha prisoner mvrrytn;;  tiriil nisRt.  la^rerjto  tn th» avanti Cyril Fentòp,-' m w«i  and rendoifT tba AuàtmtktiBÌ of a sum of. was to he paii) 'ay of fa«- mar-war« ¿iv« I court, nnde^i  the property, which under to be TtBsted tn trusteot fort her Im to be applied to the niant of pubUo boapltals in colonies, with tha'axceptii fifty thousand pounds, whi« to Miss BtanclUr« on th« riage. Wiien th^ detail thought that tha people ii, peclallr the weU-dreesed wotnea in tii« gai< lerle«, turned to my ilarjlng with; »nor^ kindly look« than thos« Wub wbl<;h tbey had hitberto regarded hek Pjot-f'wN? They could look upon that ^eat and-not road there tha plain «ignji* of puffiiy an«^ ^ iimoccnce. Yet no sooner did tbey k^ow o; the wealth which was now^i here tba^ they began to doubt and hesitate, and' allow th< strong convtctiot:! oC her gjallt which tboy had previously entertftined ifo be dlstui baili It was incredible to tbem thflit a woman whft was at thh very moment tbi. owner of millions should be a vulgar muTUenns!  There was one part of Ffisiyke»« evidisnoe; however, which told heavilri against tis. It was that in which r«>lat«a itow^ at tba ra^ quegt of Mr. Kauteverer, bli^ir, ba bail made I^'sy acq^Mitad wui tlia terifns of, the new dispmition of bar luntf»'« prop-rty,  "And wliat did she «ay in «oplyf" wis thijE question put by Ha^Hc, .  Fo^dyke adjusted hiis plnca ties, and^i with a momentary assun^ptlnn of tb&t air of pei-self-satisfaction which ha'l diiklngniMheiil h ni' in happier days, bdt which baif ttnd<iubtadl v' been missing of lota, said: BtanteliiTe  iii a lady, sir. i did not exp^V any shtiw of vulgar emotion when I told h^.of what was prar-tically ber disinheritance] and I was not disappointed."  "And how comaai it, sir," ^rkd Balmcm, rising to cross-examina hhaaUHhat this; will has never yet been ei*«c»Jted?1 "{ wan ieav-ing thehaili, lnim<N]iately aft^ taking He -^lanleverer's instn^fcions, tor Norway, where I had business to trai^ot on bi« behalf. The fair copy of tha^ill bad to ba made by my clerks in London! and I mraelf suggested that the matter mi^ht stand ovar till my return.  □  sit^ ^ til« ,t«ç:« tluit couhl br m ptam-biU»y|i«ta j«r>-. If*  waft bia wwlr, MKI t tMk»»  higiy « htin haxat ^owti XlM ha bad act l'fç a Imbola ìxf vMch Da$-»y coull «Nicapt^ That ^r, M wa« Qna<ntifa.iiy  •oavi ^y ato'vl'it^i» pt» tha night, oC IXtid^v tl>a prisoner wa« tu« parso-i Wli^ mu«t gar« r^mmitbwd th« crim ««ht ibat «'be ba4 « ttroog tootfT« for c«itnon(tllaK it— ib«^ t^ tîii» threa pofint« whfck Im )BlD<«n>4 to c<«ta!j>iK»b bqyondl II» iiow«r of retatati«»!, «nd it -^tt« onîy t.>o ctaar that ha dU «siabtisb thi-in $h« mfnd» of ntmgfy mjHboiljr to court  Mi;. ^Imora t^ a «DITariot Ut». Hw delira «vidaatíy wwjito getaway Mfara»  possibly from tba ertdlaRe«. and in 4ape«ci wl.îeb wmn fuU of Impavrfime.! »(oqtient pleadifig hr- dw<«it tipoi^ tfaadifllciilty i». agiriifia ehata yonng girl Ulta PaUtrctnild ev-r conceived, much Ie«s e«td<I bave can iH ««!t, M daaKjlly te plot «gâtai* tb«i ht»  orittrüalativafUDdiMinafaeiar. but  aluflluislf coixTincfog «^«n«« ccnH justify the jury in flndün^ « vaiiiiet agalutlNn But in tbis cM-MMfm' w^ tbar« aajff «fas^at« dentoMtrattoii«(h«rgtttIt» WIm «ottld Mir tbatMn HaoUNraro^b«! iMt. trndwllN itál¿ ene* of tha «yoíta^t ttom wbfeh b« irai^ «n. doubt«dly aufTsriaf, «ommlttM ««lidd«! «aA in tbat<a«a e vary body ptaaw tba ptwmtVää, cunnlnffwlth wbicb a MMbMui MHciik to  , hypotb^ t^ to lb« reject«!; wñ U Mût fXMitilil^ Mad 090a |»rpb«hl«^ tbat wwab, tnuddl«tÌM«4«d: Pn litrrkk m^t imr¿  gi wn «^ycnia ihs'«^ áf farooií^ oit 6í.ini t« Ml pati^M At au «v«ot«. i^ these tmo poniottttt^ «taring tbein te tha i«c<», Uta J'iry yntíiA Ineor a tarr^)!« r«-! epomilillttuf if tbayf rataniad a irntáid ot . sudty against Iba, pr|«on«r. .  Ithlnifthat if tW jdrybàd tWr  I Verdict fheo it WOUI4 Ii«ir» bma J« Î>i^y*s ;lavor. |iut Um suo^ng.np of tti« Judca clear, «»»ful and UupaxtuO, dcatróyad tb« . eíl'ru of ; BehnoTw's «loqusnt S{«cli«l i^aad« i'ingf 1 - 1,- T" .  • 1 sat ia a dr^un, wita« ft« Miow fotmaltt|«& connectea w^btlw vetiiMaaot o( tLe ju^\''irefec(»rri<idou& And tbanoM» half a'> «^ur of awiul «ti|4m«ai, during wblch  ery; at j romaiuad in court «ave my darling ai.d : ho ^Id ,0. I still ravalt w ith asüelcaniiif seiisú of 4:or.or t^tcit sodOau luil la tba bom , ci i^vuei^t CUMwhich tolti td tb«t  c jury were returnjng to deliver tb«ir wr-del. IsH the judge hurrying ta^k to tba tvcs.ch; r ^ the tfi^elva men, wrth tbair £r:ivc, sci f.iecr ^|owJy flUng Into tha bos; ] li'it -, as lt:oi'¡:^h fiotii a vast dbttonce. Um < it :. 1 over ot tho uamea, and tb« demand ot theclftik, "How Miy yoo, gcntienten; do y.,ar»..d ^j«» pri^nar jttiflty <»• notgailtTr ? [TOL-EÙQJîTlîïLmi  14*1  td tfihngr esMhitkiidr  Bilie  baSBMlM^  is«tip|i]lBd ^jr iloveisiMsa IsaofMagyte Ot»  l^saeuwirf to the  gaUoas C^MT) Che flooif ol  toBMiiied^  «ztM&asii&d  nette^rnm]^  tor Ifejft'  poMtf^Qr, ii  {woBsioaolale^iQl for this i^upoim.  Sn ihje mi. -ppoA Koo howrtrtr, stmotjioa U wry . an otdiiuy laortdeMnbedMft dm^iiix^umlmi between tii^ Tb#;  • U'eiv you interrupled while making tLen I'l " "Not lihat I leracraber."  "Huve yoj^i examiiiiu the four powders v.idch i-emain inthalKiX»" "Ye^, in c-juii am with my eminent modical col eague, Mr. •Vil-o id, 1 have examined t-hem."  •'.And do tbey consist of promida of po'as-s 1: .1 Of strychniaf "Of bromide, of course."  • iben we may take it for granted that T'Ir. .Mauievörer uad bajn asing the e pow-d IS v\itbou'i. sufforing any. ill effect Irom t..em ilown tjo the day of bis death, and tha r. I tho p.>wdei-s l.?ft in the box alter hts death aio perfectiy harinloRsj" appreheati lüiil ih the ca..-e.''  Dr CarnicL was followed by Mr. A'Ìg< Oil, FRCS, the eminmt tox.cologist, wlui fave convinciitig evideaceof tho real cavibí-I l Mr. Mauíeverer'a death. The unfortu-nate mil ionaiire had evidently taken a large  d.ise of stryqliinia about an hoxir and a iisii lictare he was heard by the servant piai-l to cry out. He confirmed Carriers statement legarding ihe powdeisiiea^aiuiug in the box. He had not dijsi.'ovei-ed a^ny .race of hromidj c.i'potassmm |n his analysis of tha conten s o. dei-easetl's fitomaca.  After him icame the chem'at at Little Toiton, Mr. Skmrfce, wtK> told bow on the  pxpioined that she iii^shed for a quantity of f.irycbn o, to liie emplo-'e I in poi -oiiiug |bi rats whicii ai ontvlo I 1 ih> C4 I »r4 of the ball. He had r murice f,p.on tua very dt»i-geious charact.r ol ihi poison, aud hai recommended some ot ier ineibod of getting lid of the vermin. Miss StancIifT.» agree 1 w^ith him tbut the poison was an excoedingl',' ciangei ous one,, and had expressed be:' regret that ber uaole wichet 1 her to procure it. fcîhe had further requests him to supply it I rt her in a sealed parcel, so tbat, in case of i s beiU2: Bccid«tit«uy found by one of the feervon s, it ini^bt not bi> openM by mistake.  Boiniire only put one question to this vvi ness: "Supposing yoa wero to see that pai eel aga.n. would you know it at once and ite «f le to «ay if it had been tampered with?" "Yfs, I could not mistake that parrel if I saw it again."  Then (atno the evidence of the rhief constable, n-y acq'taintatvce Kistmeai. it was teii-iV.to to Leur him tell how, "in conse-quen<-e of information he bad received," he ba leii it 10 be h s 'luty !o make certain in-qn.ie. regard ini Mr. Mauleverer's death. ■A! !ij,,t nioir-eiit I dared not have face-.l  e.ther D.isv or Dr. I^auksome. I was th > kiul iiiin Ëi3tmead pas»edon to tell oi tb of Li.s search through tho hau e, w i it iie w,.iii tb-,ire for the purpose of arres, inj ihí? pr.vjnpr. It was a uegative re-^u t »11 Of. ut b M-. The only drugs of any kind wb r'l he rnul 1 disrovi'r were the box of po« dM'^ produced in court, which he found upon the dressing takde in Mr. Mauleverer's r oin, an ! some s im pio medicament for the teeth, wh eil was iti the Ledroom ot Mia CaIV borne. Nfiwherô could be find any, irsi'-e o; ^l ycbaia or a iy other poison.  1 . tiie ours:i of bis examinatlo.i he roclt"» I it! e -t lU ni.etit made b the pirison^r at tb? f ine Ol her .ai r. bt, alt« she had be<»a d'lly oaiit'oiiel to the effect thit anything^ wh i <>b ibe ai l might he Uied as evidence against hi i-. il wftv as Colldwr*:  "1 went til my d"ai- uncle's room at about tenoclocu-, ai..-r Iwini toll by b'-» «'»i vant thf.t tie «u- i'Mdy to see me. 1 spoke a few nicni iits to 1,1m, and then, according to our i -uul < u-tom, 1 read to him from tb» {iibia Joi II lew nun lites. Añer that I went to his ^ i dies. ii;; rooiii on 1 mlx«d one pf bis powders I ki 1; .t ifo-n the i.ox ^uppl ed by Dr. Car. 1 ir;,. I wa-< one of the ordinary pov7áers. I am quite certain of tbat Ha drank it o<T without making any »mark, ««aipt that I had g ^eT1 bim a b tter ¡doise. H» then f^'d be wa^ ve. y sleep,. «o I kî-e ^ L i'j. ' c.tI 1* 1 bis loii'in. 1 never saw öin, ngaiti alfe»." The a tention of the prisouet l aving bien directed to the fact thai she was krovn to have im ctaied strychn^ recently, »bo said: "I botiKht the strychnia »t my unci»'« i». quest, U WAS to ba utcd (or poiiening tha i-ats. 1 was one«!«'/' at baring web an article in my possession, and I v-'d the poii.on in a drawer in my l urmm whl-h I alway« kspt lockeii. It retmiind there until th« day after my iiiicK-'^^ deat{). | rem«mber "Entering my dressing roiîm tbsn. and finding tbat in my gri-tf noi excitement I harl lett that dra-wir open. I hare a vogm reeollsotloa of Ueiing startled at tho thought that some ont» might bare got at the poison, nnd 1 r^«-sol'/-d to tn^k» it more «oc»ir»; but whith r I .hre-vit into tho lira as I originally in-rei-. lsd, or hid it som'jwher* eUe. I ciunot at Ulli moment Vitnamb'vr. I afcall rsmpmb^r all 11 soio, I feel certain; but I WM «o m i^ii coní jsmi Rfc iho tima with grief ani horror that my mind was in a whirl, nnd I bairdiy kn8.v what I wai d^lni;. I fnar 1 am not ma:;h b?Uer yat, but partups by and by I »hill he all right agam "  To my surprise tlva ue^t vtltnäi» callad was D-aUys own famiUati friiad, Mrs. Ca-v thorne. Her distrasi, bowavar. wa? ovidìnt ani ber teitim juy dil little lostrengthîn tii-í caie of tha praiecutlon. Î^He wftsask^d ra-gsriini the conduct of Mr. Mauieverer after lie had learnad what had passed between Daisy nn 1 myself, and i>he was oompolled to say that th«? millionaire had betrayed veity great excitement, and had treated his nie^ for a ft'w days with extreme harsUnesa. She, however, Mrs. Cawtborno glared, had be-havisi through it all like ar» angil—and In-dee.l, my lord, if you kn»w her you would know that she is an angel, tlje best that ever lived," CI ie 1 the gooti Woman, doipite the atl»?mpts of Hawk to keep ber to the point I felt as if I couUl havo embraced her on the spot.  t'ros-examinfd by Sir. Beln^ore—"You said th.-it Mr. Mauleverer showed groat ex-ciifinent and tieated the prisoner '(viib harsh nei»s 'lor a few day.J.' How long. Mrs, Caw-thome, was that before his do^thP "He chnnge-l fo:- tho bettor about oi fortnight liel urehia death—about the timo when Pr. BiTan'tisomo and Mr. Foi^dyke left the ball,''  -A:\d just '-efi^ro the ¿411» o< (^.:tober, what was the natura oí his i^latlo'n.i wHh bii Miecer "Hf? was pn eJxellent terms with li-'C. On the veqr day on-wbicb ho dleJ, 1 tofl hjr that I felt certa(lu thotj all woiild come liRbt between tham in the end"  tAnd did she m«ke any replyi" «at^  she hope»! it wp'jld tw tjo, i|s it ; irouM bo  Mmore, ;  "H010 comes it,, air? '' cried "Ah I Yom wer^ going to Norway, you say: rather a stormy voyag« or] thl* timq of f the year; aud y»u would of Wesiity jhe leaving your client, a delicate «M nisu, tor' several woL'k^ yot you did oot tliink Jt nf^ -sary to coinj.le'o bis wiil bet^w your dtJ-parturei" "1 did not"  "Now, sir, are you quite suib that Mr. Maulev§rer was in a proper sfat«l:or miniiat that time to ex^-cute a'.vsH" "^shouM o^-tainly say he was; but 1 am no ^ttjr." i  " Wa« ha not under tlfa iufluen^ of an ex-traord-nani dogrisa of eacitement abOut that "lie wRj ceria)laly..vjKkinu<ai_^ "WouM you be «urpr^i to he^ that t^ excitement was such Oj) to lead- uim to ploy on"» of iiis «¡ifvant« to abdu'jt Mr. Fe^-toa. tb»» pieuiicmai towards wbbm bo ajv pearcd for s'>iae i-eason or o her entertain so extraoidin«.!y ou antipathy»"  It wfli Dtivsy's turn tu start an^d look itk-priced ot this question, »n. iiideed, most i«r-  BOP« In ccurt, did, 1 bad never ......  tb6 truth obout my voye^ge to the sliculd 1 h»iy«» allowed that truth known now bni of Mr. E'ilmnr  FosdySa vas manifestly dlscoi tberiuestion.  "Com«, air,''cried Belmore. ^ust ha\ie an 8n.-»w».f." ' i heard spinethlng 'Heard something of it! Why not aboard the »hip iti vvh ch t ronti"—poii.tiug to wb^re 1 '«&!  What a truly b^utiiul trorld we live in! Nature us grandenr of nunmtiui», ■giten and «cennti. iixid thousanda of means oi enjoyment, ' Vj'e cani desire »0 better wjien in p^ect health; but how often ¿b t^emajor^y of p^plefeel like giving it ui> disheaiied, discotirajgcd alSd won» out w|th dis^i^ when there is no ooossian fc^ this feeling, 00; evctyistiffersr can easify obtain Bal^sfftctoiy proof» that Qreen*» Aiigmt mpwer, wiUmiikethem fteefrom disease,-as'when bom. Dyspepeia and Lijver C^n]|>IaiQt (MM th^ direct c)^^ of sej?enty-ilv© per oent.'olt such ma3<di«i at» BiUonsneki, Indigestion; Sick He^achei, Ckistivenesa^ Nervojw PuroBianition«, Dix^-nejssof He^ Polpitktipn of the Bcttt, and other distressing symptoms. Three di^ of ¿i^gust iWotPfir will pzove its wcfoderftd lefiect. S^ple bottles, 10 cents.  in janna^, 18<H>! while Coiifedente trc^p^ Wer&in Wi^ter-qitarten ftt Baltoo,. Öft., there ^ame t^ big «now-stonn, and SO.i^ iMhlié» «a^ed ih a xegnlariy or« gaijus^ snc^ballii^g.i The Georgia and  told Daiajjr north, nór to ba made for the imperative demands  ■ Ì  certed liy  of it' wnre yoji iat gentle was al^  ductfcdi" * Y««; I kiiovy tbat sa|;h an abduction took place by tb# orders o^ Mr. Mat^« leverer."  "Now, upon your sol^ibn oath, did you not think that the deceased was not iri a ñt state of mind to manage bts own affairé) and wa> not tbat the ra«l reai^a ^hy you njv«!" <»ov-pleted tha execution of the willP "Ì tainly thought bim y^ry much ei^.ted and prejudiced oa th^t p^rtihular ptwnt, and I fslt that on the whQM it would be Utter tp give him time for reflection baforV complect  lugtbewilir  "In fact, you are própaired to s war that when yoa left him, twq week^ lieCora b.^ death, be was so much estcited tha . his min.1 was not in its normal cou-ii loa?" ' "1 think so "  j uviVr-e wa* the of any i:r.  ■lorr iaci It wis no .v li vu "o'c , nu l •v ryi-') ly i:i c.->urt w^s ¿xba'«'/» ! N j oní¿ tLcrfr.-., w-iî, s-^r prise l wl^inn tbe ju ig» ani n<)uii"?d tli'it at this pbinf the U'ial «fould bé a .'jo-t nei til! tho next day.* Dai^y v/aa im .stanraii'-'ouvly spirited out of the pack; but bi^foro she left the waiting roonl below i WMÎ r.llowe l to have a moimentary inservlew with bar. She wai wan nnd worar but ho¿ swe,it conipoinre enabled pne to keep up m.vi in her presence, «nd to imure heij that, -o far ns I knew, all was golii« well, ;  Al:is! any delusion« I i^ight bape ente:--; taineil on that point wer«i ^ly toi quickly lispeile I. 1 iiad hardly Opisliarl my simpl^ iniior ct the Btatioti hotel whan Hardmgi P( e.are,! Ot tbo door of n>y room tp toll nie| hat Mr. Be.niore desiredl ^ to bava an im-i m'aliata interview with me,. !  .owed niiy friend to the room of tüei 'i-e u advocate, who was also 8t«ymg nt th;.; .ii>t 1 i found Mr. B-dmofe and our solid-i t'T.'.Mr. lîryce,, in serioui nonsulatipn.  "I sent lor you, Mr. Jftenton," said the fnnion-t lawyer, "that I might hava a litt.v frani; taik with you. I ui^eiiitandjthat you atv r.'ally Ilio principal frijmd of M «s 8tan-clifïe. and I have beayd oi; the relàiiònshlp in w h vh you s and to ea^h otboir. Now Í want to tell you nt once that she ip an al  most dcsftcrate position. We ahal b bt for hi'r to-morrow, of coursf ; must » ay cand.dly that I.^ aee no  do our but I hope of  avoiding n conviction. I; have only two  p«dnts to make—otto ft the poswibi liluudnr on tbo part of tb^ doctor i.aiiiii .Mr. Mnuloviirw'« mcdlcinc.  ityof a in pre-  an.l the  oiber the chanoe that Mauleverer » ay hove ' oninii-.ted suicide. Bue I do nut think ' •v<.r bit'l a htionger cuse tir>^net, nor linvo . ever be -u coini»ell»Kl to trust to mon i worth-loss straws tliiiu thc<«."  "Yefl," he continued, "wo must not dei ceive ourselvof;. Everj^hiii^ is ag »inRt us. But I am anxious to save this pool child i: I can. 1 do not beHeve h^r ta be guilty, aud I hopt* that aomethin^ nu^ vet up to prove her iniioc.eni^ 1 í tnat you li^ve t^jld ray learned frie and ' 1 wish to give yoq .some Yon mu.st move heaven; and find out, ilrst, wluit ^ the strvcliiiin.e which Mifói  rd aU here, advice, ,rth t« me of Stan  liî- l.oiuh'— or I ilo n t I it'll tv..' tbit ii it.i  !,....ii ifis-r t^'i'd — ill 1 '1'xt wiieru t Ci.e^s I). o< wh (in V It 'riv^n toll M 11;, IS t'j t."" 'Oil.ii I- i'l 'ey pp'.nlotM s SÍ;.. Ib ■ I; V 'bis nty^leHl-. Bu'. ,t..p yon s nul't Itili • to q.>taiu a I  ENJOY tlF£.  «nâ inside 8heirt])iiig.j «heot}t8id0Ì8fti^ Utea^Meeiiieacitèi forth« dKÌiliilioii«fl<  alia^lìinff «àttiWMKwtfi  warm air to|«at6ti, it so as to gitie throogfafmtj the 'tax. stmcted in lib« warn Mr apiles. sheathedatlOiebottùiiìi and ip between Oll»  ing or dn)|> floor, ingaiaai^a^offwo with  wool  drcolflitíon oí wmt êx, • at tìije '{i^làdK,  warm I air i^paoe« in ;|üie top of silhi are"! «heatibiñgorÍ lowing a fireeu., éroanriM oí t^ eár^i  ■Tï^it  tween this filw to plank floor of ; thci ear ia 1« áud ot one-half îàdi Wliicdi tíiehealfnan  new fnioeeasi and  Soiath CaroHna troops toj»k one side of a sm^U gtceam and the Ijenneaseeans the otli&r. The«Tenneaseeans formed a line of battle, their dmms beating, bQ|(Ies blowing, eolprs flying, and officers mounted. ; Every ^Idier hftd a knapalick full of snowballs, '^e Gec^i^ fanned and prei^red to pt^ |l|e' at^k by eransing the branch. I BieriB iwerej men on eadh side, aiid_ the 8C€M impos  ing.; M soop^ ias ihe Q^rgians crossed t^ ibranch niet a l^r^e fnaillado fro^ the Texjhfssee^s, who were at home in !the snow| eoiimander of the  Tewesaecan^ was Iwit a bold  df^Ii was ma4e ^e helwas iesc|ed. i plliej Qeoigiaitii and So^th Gar()li|iiMis,i unused tolJiie sno^, were it a gx^t disadvantage» and were forced toek |tie branch. As theiTsnttesse^s eftiss^Stiie bmndi they wet their snoivballs^ ahd the next voBej fir^ at, ihe 0eor^ ¿in^ CavaUna boys ^terrific ii|ita ef<^ i^asnn^ on, the Te^hessi^E^ captiilred tfke /idaiten and pn^o^^ loot lifhole ^buig^ earpiying ioff ^tiont^ tobacco, |dipea «id every thing el|e tiiiat^ ^d »^belong to the Gov4mnient.|-0ioBjii jieikoerat^  EatI XtisaU 1 suffer from beiooñceiyc areunec^tiali  10: an4 Sti^rvins awne^for^yoa «e «areto  "S  1^0 wänse tortore Cl Blind Itdùng PU  a few  _________.Cfit-IU)®-^__  torten th^ enlii^y disappear. The ^ is oftien reBort|d ito by p%sidans for the remmal of protruding pU^ bnt snch barbarity is liot ft hec^iMaly ior' i^trmeiec'* i*if0 iHuppoiiiforie« used aMordisjr to di'> reotiona, <}oio%r reduce, repfMB and drive the^ Uwiiy. Warranted toicure. PWoe PP'^ Sold by E. p. Hall;  iwhy HeWent to Sctineldor'a.  a tqWef among  seated brethren. Ifis Ipni^ afm wa« out- ! miVrablo botii f^r her;an4 f«ir uncietQ stretched, and ^i« for^fingW, which waa hvk In perpetualWrs^^n^t,'* pointed direct at t|i« Hart of tba wftnw«, ! Fo-dyke was tb« next wItow. j - H« im^  mi ilari  1.0 |M>S-  ii.' ur w.'r o(  iitoin-y I" .«Il M.», S ab.Miig voti  v. ai.t m le a i'Jii to m 1 berì.ulTiiìrs |« lud ru -h« b"r>«¡ f colili ; t. T^iis. immij »uj ..l-  t iiiu"l, it |H).»iblH b'f')t-n boif c.!»nviction, an* >îi. bi ye, who ha. fui ord^ff, for on Inter VI "W \«.itii h«.-, w-fll gel t iroipi.hjr t-4tiight,'';  Th"n the -.^r'-at u .ta sh'-JoU in« h/ tife h.iil i ard. t xpf'.-.-^ •» ; 'tu 'b-siie to I...I}» ino ii ; UV ry possi...e way, pont.fiy rao from:  Iiis roo.n. u i ;  í hnvj in l.B«.rt to w.-ít« pf th« ®wnt« of ; the nt i;t ti.iv, Tbe'-e w^s agein l!li|e.eHg*'r. crowd of Mîîht-'-er« in '"'Jiit, ok«lM»»li;  >he n t'-tis III ibfi tlisiiiitl tra8Íf<iy apf^ irmi in liie r old plec-% Th- Jtirir I'V.ked .■•tt^ r their iilgli-- of '««infliMUient at a be tilg h.deP.i and; I was cni^sciout tb iiur-iy ttfK.i ntywdf, but up»tn my '.ii.. avtnl ' Id..al of tb pmvfoiis dny.  !b • sleupWs night wb:.-h loH^wttd, (ol  air o. $d hci  ijcavily. Fnt sha pres'i ved 'th« «ami «w.-et serenity whiclj bad dliiinguisii from the flntt,  Mr. Hawk's «paeob for tbaitreseeatlto was the cold««t, ctowr«it and tnoetj merGllas » «xtKv '  Columbus T^liQ^wa. Mr. Djosenbeny,! do not see why you go jtoi the gariien so.ofteii." "For the sak^- of miui''» ^y ^^ orchestra is oneiof thè fln^st in tlie 4cmutry. I m% the^ iand drinki in the delloiotis atmSna. A riiapaody flllitiip—  '*O fndg;e! Tiieway yoTU^ Weath amella on your retom gnakra pie bélieye that yon drink M>qaethi4g a good ideal «tx«mger than munc. Ili isn't rhapjaody that Alia you up; it's bee^.  TheÌNatUral ^dgeia aliilays spoken of a» if there were ^t one, aa4 meh ia unquestionably the gcuexall impreaeioD. Ev^body kn^va al^nt ^ bridge in Roi^bH^ge cotinty, jVirgi^a, but .VOTy fewjkhow that ^er({'are ^>ther natura! brìd^int]^re]^blié. Kojrisitatiiiige^ for th^ ar0 in remote, i|ìaet|e«BÌble nei^h« borhoods, very neldo|a and idimofct  névièr- mentioned in print. jGne bridge ia in Walker oonnly, Alabama. It apars abo^t iSO feet, i»8ome;70 feét high, and is saidjtoibe fully e^nal to ihe fOmo^ bridge in Virginia.' In s^ictEito^ tha^ tua Um the coal iorc^tion^^t is oentae o aw iidly lomanti^Regità» lofty, preoi|»toiiu ftideioithc^me|8and|tone|^og visible on ihej i 8urronn<|^ IhUs. I In Christian countyii Kentuck|, ia ^otfielr bridge» ha?r ing 4 s|)anoi îO %ta|d a l^ht of ^180. California lioastspffl^ of jtheae QttrkMi ties, th^ hirge»t heià^ on a smiSl «reek ompiving into a ipxk É the Trinity river; whe^ a vfist le^o iro^ crosses the valley, i'ihe creek riiifi under the ledge thro\ighiftii çrcli feel high and of80féet Spani I^8Ì8kyo|<Hitn|ityi oh river, are twoi^nglummte ^dsione bridlg««« so close; together.àiat tli^ aiiei often caUetl the Twiu.s. In Tiicàume county, on CoytAo iireek. are also Iwo bridgea, wiâiiii half 4 mile of onc^ anc^her, some 40 ([eel high, and having a çpeïi of 3D0 to 900 icei Thus tl^re are eig^t m^tund tbridges in all« and probably others tl^ have not hem ' disooTiCed  L .>1 i ^'iJÀÂ^'h^Mm^^-'^^  J^dtr-l: nejgb»; at lint : •rUng, and <• :  Xbe  dnced on the and other eaatèm lixûa.  Vfoh^rnHm W. D. Hoyt & Co.. tail Druggista "" oeen set Shictxio ialveiqrtwo remedies thai oniversfu some wo medteines in pronotmoed tirely cured by King's New U tSonwithEle ' them always.  Aatoiywastoklihe ittgton aboat Jxm 'character'' of Green alwaya maidé a that, so for as he knew, to chnrdi in hifl[ eamp meeting onèe^ he not remember tiia^ Teiy had no idea wlúit ja like. Someofhiii hibored with ehmohjnät  aboatitwhœbogoi orlonrweeü» Qreetiweniio , to lnjMlieon«i hia :hotä inonda aal "Whalchatidi flr^qtieaftîoik sane,** replied dntvoh up 00 Tbiid gathendftvïitttldi thai >ld Trinity Epiaooîifa. ron fhinic r' u«»».«.. [*m not a gì Öwenj •'hai^t  moiw annFthisg. . ^peinrted, 'jirW this oQé anyway t'f ' must have it». t ^  reading oí eral debate."-T^^  'Bffloai^ ümtnämmM  rHfct ;î1   

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