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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 2, 1895, Wellsville, New York                                 ® e o'-o o ;^ o o ©■ o-o o o o a o a The '^Reporter"...... .  in « ctmvcx lens, which fucu«e8 th«*  of many readers upon the vrrtisff's |>lace of husint«», _ Will you  ...... Adjust it?  o OOCOOOOOOSOp^O-SOCO  itlUviXk fail  VOL. xyi. NO, 2.  WELLSVlXrLE, N. Y^ SATURD.VY  lOURRANT GUILTY  • Jury Convicts Him of Murder In the First Degree.  ONLY ONE BALLOT TAKEN.  ÌTi® Verdict Uproarìosisly Che«r«rd by t.h« Crowd-  Chronic Nervousness  Could Not Sleep, Nenous Headaches.  fii'ntli'nion:—I have bovn takirife >oiir l;«s(<miiiveNrrvin<' forth<'pasn flirro months-and i cannot, »¡ly cumijjh in iis prai-^t^ It h;i.>  Saved Hy Life,  for 1 had ji'tnost jriven up htnw' of ever Ix'ini: wt ll. .uijiun. 1 was a chn)riii'sulTon,T :roin norvoiisnc^hjiiifi .-miid not sieep. I was al^o in>!!i)li\i with nervous hi'adai.ii«%aud had triod dnfti»rs iu vain, until 1 u<od vour picrvinc. mr:s. m. ninctv.>vi' i;l  Dn Miles' Nervine Cures.  , ]>r. Milf-«:' N»-rv»n«> N m.I.I on .-i i«>-!:iTe r'l irain.-. Th:t: lh<-!ir-{ lo-.llr »il! t,. r,»'tit. Ail rtrtis:;:!'^!.« st'U it SI. 6 tMntifs for t.V ur It will \ r i-i ni. pri'pui'J. i»ii nn;ii>t nt nrice by tJic I»r. MUe>' Mt-iliral Co., Elkhart. In.;  SOLID TRAliSS  BETWEEN  NEW YORK  AND  OMIOACtO.  PriJ.M.AN CAliSTONKW YORK, bos i (.»n, ( 1 .fa' r.land. chl-. (jago and cincinnati.  Tlir rnnUhntpnt FUriI nt lV»th —I>iir-r«nt MalntaÌTiMi HU ('•Im nvmfaiaor 1Vh«n tlir VertUrt Wim Annonncrd unti Riulrfi llltii*«>ir In TrjInB lo Comfort HI« M«th«>r. Who iin.xr, \V«jr to the Ilt-rprvt (.rlrf - S^t-nr of Ih* %Vlleli-«t <'nntrt«ìnn KoIlonl'»tl fhr Word* of Ih« FnmiiHD un»! th». Pnhltr ln<liilKrd la I..4fnd RrJniHnic - I>l«trlrt .\ttornp.T H»mrn %!rcrr<Ilte«! With Harlni; Sf.-cnr»<i thf Ctinvirtinn by Foi*® of Klo-()r.<>ar« »n«! I.oifie In SutiimiDK l*rlM>it«r n-iU Xow .B«Tr£»Ml tnr thv Mnrtirr of MÌBiit<> IViliUia« — PrinM^ut  to Bt< Appaimi.  Ku\\< .1 Nf>v. ThctKlfirt» linr-mtit. .Tj«>««nr i»sip*>r:nTontl»^nt «f Kiimn-uel BufiitnT ('hun-h SuntlnyiichtM.Ì. tfrh < onvSr-ml of tSi«» tiusnìrr of Blanrhc La-Timnl. for •vhh'h ln' h!»5 Iven on trÌRl ■sSin-« .luly l«>t ! The> jury wa» t.r.x J'itiiSniitwinrul arrivt*d  a» 5he vrrtììi-: on the firn bnllot. '• Aà ibrn> no ivc<>mrniintivn .t TPPr'T  tT'if* pimÌ5hni«»nt wn» tìsed at. death. i The !t<T ne in tho murtroom whrn thr . v»?r(lict was .tnnonnceil ttìii nevor l>e for-' poitcn i>y thi->«p •whu wriv pTcsent ■ .ludp«» Mtiri'hy finislswi liis « linrpe At-' Ì::;» .-vnd the jxitt nt oih-c retinii. Al-j thmigb theiv wjw !iiipìK>>rxl to 1*» lirrle 1 proiijw*-; i.f c» \ ►»'ijì' t n'ing rrtiirt>tth»'f<>re » 8or 9 u'rìfM'k. ih»' thrmiiiof wIjo  j hiid irnìRÌnM in tisi» overrrwtled omrt-. rrKvijs hii th»» afttrntv.in to hcnr thp jmìeo » i -h.irpr )ifttl«"<ì tlionsolvi-s ìmcV in tln-ir ^'»sfs ?•■> awnii Thf iviuru^ tlio jury  .Mrn. I)iirr.n!\: nini thp prl^ounr T!»lk«Ml ftnd laiijiìicd r.-» if aa aoi|uiT{a]  w.-re H f«irvp«?tt> «>>nrUiKÙ>!i. Tlicy w«r» «iirrouniicd t^y ."v bali a di<7en iriondt» nnd fho wnvt>r^.ìti<~'n wiw »i!Ìinat<MÌ wJi^n it 'whì'.pt.'-nwi alwr.t thnt the jury liad } uiMjt! « vcnih t  j In R!s insiant a hueh MI up«Mi the llttie ì thj»i had eathercd aroumt tho prÌK-  ; «>:ìtT Durrant -s face. «lw«ys paliìd, &s-{ nun.pd ghastiy hne. aud hi« mothor was i .^p^^-i hifx«. 1 thv d«>t»r at the rear-of Thti r»H>m and th«* jury Olrd iti.  InfMi-*'» oxrit«'ih»-nt fullowed. Thf *v>o!a, ì th 'Utfh lt".U-d to its utJinwt raimcity, was I as qui>'t a.-» tf it had In-en vacnm.  day. iijjnn whlchMay he wönld al««-» »et tbf day foT the trial of IlurranttJpn tbv chtkrjgo -; of murdering Minnif WUhamt.  During tho tuiiiuU tliat folI<)Vt!<(l tlt<>an-nounaiinsQt oJf the Vi«rtllr\, l>urmm arsd hl« mother w«»rp lo«t eight of, by  the few who tat nrawst them.  A« tho last wortl» of ih«» rerdlot wrre utvprrd. Diirmnt Titailc» a »pastiuMlic cfTort to arise to his fee*, but bcfotv ho could do «0, bis niothrr with a half sigh, half nnvin, tfarpw hor arm« aruiind bi« nirrk and sunk l>ark Into hor chair.  Iii« mother'« grief s»enie«l to make Durrani forgot hl« own pomtJon, and for 'thw next few mIntUe« b« «at with hU antus around her nöcrk7"trying lo ««nbe "lier The long strain of tlie trial, howovcr. bad romplctely («hatteT*»d her «elf cnntr»>l »nü it WM «oine time liefons .Mr*. Durnnt c<rtild Ie»T« the c»>urtr»K)m.  Durrant'« father wa« not in the rooai when tho verdict was rotiirued. A« socii as tho jury rotirotl be went otit into the corridor«, not lielieving that the jury would return for «everal boun, and be flr«.t learnrti that hi< «on bad been convicted when a f.'hiHT went up fruni th»» crowd In tin* building an tiie new« «presd.  »nothor dtwr and drivt-n by a circuitou rc>ute to the county jail.  The Tordict foil with all Iti'unx'on Durrant and hi.i family, who had lisnkctl all tht'lr hoptis on a disa-ireeinrnt. While Mr-->. Durrant knew that i: wa-» amonij the IKiÄsibilitii's thai hor ««m wouKl l>e a^rquit ted, Hor friends said niic stoadfa?»:lj Tisaui-tainod th.nt ;i shadow of doubt wou:d in the Tiiind t»f one ,uf she jurors and that  WEST.  i  V.  I- t: • trmie fw rmcí».  if. .-i  I So • m. S"  D»ii. i tsM-'ífro V's;' ■( • '  9:0« ft ni Nf- .t •••> y. i «>  »üiioti» ÎO -.i»'"»« { it r,i,i'jti I ' . !:;  1:41 It n> N--« : •■!-  - kir^. cytlifl-np; St «.'S'r'''''''"-- • " ■ ............'S  ' 1:16 p ni. .So. -■'.v. j. i u»'  J«EB««ui»D. .Mr-.A;..^-,' -. ;. «-,  ftcd<-bjcAS(>. «Tor; iv_ s; * »'..utis to s*i»»»»<» ;  connrciiTV nr»(iford. j  EAST, !  10.II ft. m. No. «.dftUv rnrOft* |  11 :Ofi a. m.No.i. a»:!».  3  • ■M.,.  Tork Bf>»ioa. '-.m j»-. Tl-i  Owrec B'ati'»'»^  «rd H<"hr»'ri ;>U :»!.->'v  1:1 7 p n». N»' î*. J »nn. « ormi'g. Eíuur». Wftveri»  ton «  . «4:15 f m. «îU^  rí' íMiíe. C'>ni.«.!!ng fof poinU ob b^it« » ,  Ríx-híWtrr I)Wi»îon ,,, , i  7:02 p. m. No. 5?, <t»lly. for "o-'-«-;;» '"'- '  Btr-c, Kiir.irft. lî r;:h»m'oo. Bwrton »cd N»- :  i Ptiîîm«n i  ' 9-5« -1 n. No. 10. âsil». N>» Tor« :  «t Hi.rr.'nMi.le. 0'r.,.!.i:. t'.^.'*-ctit«-«l Now York BiOCft "a. Pii isnw ^w-t»«.«  Brtt  ''^Forbir înfonnftUoii voaj be ©!>!*»•<»•!  ftjrrot» or fiora  B.T.jakubr. Gen. Av-t P D.. ITTUftlnSî-, SBlIftlo. N. T.  i KsntK*^ C«n- nu» •  Nra Tatk CM»  . TnK<»i»OKE Di nUANT. Mijirghj. who had retired lo his ebatubers. wfis summoned and took his p!"»«" uprm th*- bench. Clerk Morris ajskcd ;he iisusl «nspistion as to whether the jury had agnHtl upon a verdict. Foreman Warren Dutton arose and replied in the  afllrniative.  "We, thejiiry." said hi», ■ lind the defend 'j »'It. Willlata Henry Theod«»re Durrant ; g«sslfy of mnn!er in the ttnit dcifree."  A-» the a4r«'d fort'iuan, pale and tremlv lsns{. read the wyrds tbat ilxed Durrant' fa:«\ a irtw. ruHfbling noise like the rt>ar ! of a m»»li arus« iroiu the rear of the court nxi-n. ■ ,  ' a-»* », * I next Tuonjent men wen? cheering  WRTER > WORKS ? STRTlOll, -il^.y, Whi;e wept hy.terio«lly in  lirilUl\ V »vrtw^ «.icitement- Th»-Vaillfl rappe<l bmdly for  onler. hut th«- t uiiiuUixmtinued for a mln I ute before anything like qtsiet could bo  WELLSVILLE  Electric Liilt, Heat h Poier Co. ;  OFFICE AT  i STATE STREET. PktTon^ of the CompaAy pleaae »otic« ! biyugbt out oi the dit^ordrr.  rules on back of Contract«, Information in regard to wiring foe  lights, etc., cheerfully gÍTen at the oÉBce of tb0 Company. -  When District 'Atrorney Harne-=» aro^e and aniked that a day Iv »et uihui whivh the »entom-e of death should U« pa-i«e<l upon the prifttmer, .tudge Murphy »aid ihat sententf would be }>as;»stl'n»-xt Fri  FIRST HRTIOHfili BRHH  WELI-SYll-I.E. N. Y.  CAPITAL $100,000  Undivided IVolits and Surplus $44,000  President. Vica-Prest.  F. H. FURÎÂAÎ^, Gaíhier.  V/. F. JONES. G. A. FApiUM.  - -TRANSACTS. .A^ GENERAI-  accounts Solicited. Çomm^l pa^  Made on Favorable Ter«». No Intérêt Paid on Deposit^  J. ,B. JONES, Asst. Casbier.  banking BUSINEß '  DIRECTORS:  WILLIAM F. JONES. WltUAÜ OüKE^  CIARENCE IU FARHUM.  arrvrioK .»u» a group of gru«i>tinie oxhlbita and <»tîenrlng;ìt« witnesse- brought, here în^ia Cañaría, N«"W Kngland and the We«t, and ?upport«xl for tlx doy« at the comi»i'>nwn-aUh'« expen«e. It prevente«! the offering in evfdojxx- of th* mouldennl bone» of the l>oy. Howard IMtczel; the «MTe jn,>whirh be xvan burned; the ilothe« the little fellow wore when he had a Inxiy to put 3n«ide them, and the toy« ho plnywl with; and tl:o trunk which «mothered otU thi» Uve» of ihe girl«. Alh-e nnd Nellie.  líesíde* it ptit a i]uletu« on Detet'tlTe | Geyer, wht>se dotajb>d narrative of Iii» I tr»Tel« ON er the conti tjent in a «uerexftíul I ■eiurrb for evUb nœ of Holmes' destructive movvmetn*. would bsvv made a thrlllhig  toîè. V.  District Aiîorney tiraham fought as bard a« be knew how to get thi« evident' in. bnt t!>e law waa against him and th«; defen««* srored it« Äret and probably it« la»t viotory. When he'' found himself l»este*!. he ««aid he would clo.w hi« case in the nuimiiig and he kept hih wonl. Ho did not even exhit»it th» skull of I'iiezel, thereby di»««v-I>^*hit)nfr a lot of i>»H>plo who love to n-voi 31» the boitible  Til!« i» our t.w." ba,i w arcely fallen frun tl»> lipH of the vounuonwoalth'« pr»>s-ecutor ht'fore «-ouni^"! fi>r the defeuM* hiul calmly arisen nnd niable what many jM-r-i«>H«. vharacU'ri/»-«! a.* a'M»old bluflf" uiul uifkUy more a« playing the last rani left.  Th»'y rontìdently tr-îd the cour', that the commonwealth hml not made out its ras*» •r.d a-kt d Judg» ArnoM t^» tfll tho jury •o anvl wind up tri«l liien and there.  l>:«^îrUî .Vituriioy tirahum imiled an oiîk-iaî «.juHe and ««Aid tbi'. too atisurd tôîin'iWtr, but .fudge ArnoMexpr^^-SMíd n«» opinion oî?i»'r thnti that the .cafce would have «o prooee<t.  Tben ~ cor.nv*! made the atitonisliiug ütaténH-í.r th.it they wanted time to fiKtt UUÎ what th» deft'n~i' wä«. goittg to lie, l>»«-îhfV h^d .¡.«»x!! »u i>nby l):tteiUug to the e« î>b"n'-e ugifn»t ihetu thoy had not had a rhanc*- to prepare ait answer ti» it. The court wa* very anxious lo civate anotli-r rì»";»>-, ¿»ut fliïally «uspemb-d busi li*-«« »thi gnVe the nttornpji an hour'« talk ^sth Ho!îii»Tbi.s over, they came back  DULL  Many Milt« ShnttiRK I>itito Throushout ill« fount rjr—Hrewkitic I'|> of (hw J,«>nK l>mutli Ki[|»«cl«<l to Slnf «-rinliy Trmtl* :  »■or the l|«>tter.  Durrant le-^'overed his old-t;me comp^j-•ure as «twin n,-* he left his mother and pre-pared to return to the county jail. With hi;i ovcreoftt swung carelessly over hU arm,, he walked lolsuroly out of the rooai. twirling his slight mustache with apparently as little concern a« If he were merely a «iM'ctator, Inste.id of the principal figure in the case  Aside from the »«j>ectHtoni. Mm. Noble, Blanche Lantont « annt, and Maud niout, the deatl giri'>. »ister^ were apjwr ently tho happiest jM-riioit-i lu the rouui When the verdict wai announced, Maud T-auiont arose froJii her tieat. cla.-ped her bands anil then triotl of sheer excitement. Mrs Noi»lt.i mixtHi sinlles with teat» and shcMik hands with a namlKT of friends who crowded Arouml -to rongratulate her.  A? »iiioii Hi* Durrrtnt kit the building the crowd siirgcd out of the roont and gatbervxi around tho do<.»r out of which the pri»«n»r usijftHy camo to reach the prison v.v.i IVnring that «omc v,iolenoo might he of fcretl the prtT^oner. he wxti.-taken a? e.xmpt.t  nn rt«d tuob by declaring that they would no wUii. m.-K.'-., îi.it submit tlie c^iutc on argument ;ÌÌ05"-.  Th:« Jvtran thsi« ttivrulitg. and the I.-jw-yers >ay !t • !>d in-fotv the d.iy will Iw over.  * There Mnjires-ion tliat l>:iwyi.'r H. O. Mix.n wiiî do th«- t.ilkiiig for the do-fen««, aiul hts îorvnsîL- ability i.* of no xnoAn «»^Lb-r. l-i was he who!« Hnlme« calUxi up».» ia'-t .Mondj»v when he dis-  Mr. LMoon-d^iclining I , tr;r t.^sk lack of *time ^  prvpar-  t:»>n. Ho admitted lieing familiar with rhi-ma'.n ffleti nrd wîU !>».• weil «l'.mliilfd "o addri'Sìs the .îury.-  T:i.>r\ wîïs no < h;»nge iti Holme«»' d«v n-.T-anor. altiiüugh kivn obM-rver might have i»t'rceivt>l a dt>ejier pallor on his cb'vk'«^ ais'l m hi« l)uui eyes the ^.ulxlu«.'d of n wild irat:kt-d to earth.  ïfiy^YoHK. Nov R.O Dun A: To's 'i^î kly n'vlew of tmde says-The rapid recovery In cotton and :he ris« in sterling exchange to '» pt>int at whiv-h the las: c.vport« of gold wer» maulle bAi» not increased conîidctioe.  There is a little Ivetter dcnmud for n^-st nittunfnct.uretl priHlurt*, retnìl distribution is fairly encourngmg. ami the ciosing of m;iny works l- b-.s^. sijiti iit-.-tnl mi this (M-;ison (Imu it might t>c at-ethers It I« a tltue oí waiting, and ttncertaînty u-.ay nat untlly rontlnue fur'wnnc wtt ks.  Cottou has ri-cti to i» cxMiti^ ívgAÍn, .tl-tlioU};!) The Klnaiiclal r!»n,«nicí»í rtnd KHi-son. e-t.M.sii'üx r, , i¡,-',,{,-»f and  Nciì; a! '<Mi»n. ,1»::". ..,>t wMely Kitiicr yield Wi>uM »nut b csic.-d tin- world ».»n-sumptton. With the o.U"»»,""*' Ktîc« of Aiuericnu carriwl over.  Wheat ha-i declin.tl c; cent* aiui corn i;, in spite of many adver»«' i\'iii>rt« aî*)ul winter wheat- wiò.ch will Ih* tnarketetl nine trmnths hcturc: Very large e*îimaîeii, of the corn cr»>p have deprt-s-ittl prätie«, .il though export<í have l«cn iti , five wet-k-1¿,'j1¿.sji bushel«, against last  year, a fact wljich ha-* it* weigh? îîi  wls'.'jit-Tmirkci HI.-M»:..........................  i'ork an<l lartl are not muci» though hog r.'1-oiptá ntiid packing are  heavy." ' ■ ■ ' ~ "" .......  T!\e larger detuand for ruaiiurat-tiin-d priHliiç'.s hiw hold prUv.'^?» oí cotton gvK»ls, niid eve!) aiiv.iiK t-ii jn^iui- prîti!*, ;n «pit) of ia>t wci-k'- lifeline in cott'Hî  .Mor«> activity 1« a!»-, seen in sroa and utee! produi-rs. tboiiir' it« »■i.-sner :ind Grey fiirge. billet-i a^ml - I,.rtío low* r.  .^l)»ny »ihh; iacionn> iuw«- - «nvi the  «hipmtijït« for four week»' b.tve l«-*.» {»»t cent less tlian last year.  Tho con^rolIiUiT fact i.-i ihar hide?« bsve " ' " " for the we«k and S, per  HAS ORDERS TO KILL  Sheriff Heard Will Tolerate No Nonsense.  BY GdVERJiOR CLARK'S ORDERS.  iB'triirl«-«} 1« KUI tortwlt, F,M««.imuiuiii>. r IU>I!«, Should They Attempt to J'>;;ltl — n«-< ortl of Ihe Lati-at l>i«'kt>r In tli« I'litiUi«^ tie Miu-lioL,  »•Ir trie «tb«»««* liATJk-vtJu r , jfos^rrWUUaan (S»ssd. enbury. agetl ^K & driver, ajmÍ Ptml Hfma ï.o<»mU, aged IS, wen» «rwrtwi fer «lary and "^rjTini— rrinfriiBiiil  ro nine bntyrlsLriir« «ad »rrerKÍ actl ctf «neak thieving. Their hwt drvd wa* apm-ndtted on W^ijnesday nì^xt »t Jjtrtrim tím-rombp'i» (arni hou«4... wtH<j* they bctmdißK' memljersof the family snd cblorofiarlj^Mi Mr. Dascotnbe. A latjt» «quatntlty of «tíAen gof>d« w.n« fourni, at tÌMrfr hosoea utd ly tilleii tho police ootjjt.  "i-  ceut fnmi the hight-st poini and le.'tther i« declinlng rnpidty. hut lioot and shoeü qiii»-tationa nre but slighlly reiluce^l  Nor has the deia.nnd for wt^jb/üs '.m-prov«tl, und evcry week the clo^i.'ig ad-ditional nüll»« tn notetl.  FaHure« thi« weck are in tht t States aga'.n^t V.M'» last year, and in Cji^a-ada agaititit -V» litst year.  BROTHERS CHARGED WITH MURDER.  minsik wh.i.ï m..\\(. î!k i  her son would not beiUnvicted. Shewav therefore, totally unpivparèd for the jury to And her son guilty in :Ä^iuinutes.  When tho veniict wa.i announced the whole weight of her «-im.(W »»s-nied to fall upon her, and she gave way to uncontml-able grief.  But onco during thv whole trs.-xl ha/il ihe shown any anxiety or ft-elin^r. WhenlBls-trict Attorney Barnes was in the midst of one of his most bitter arraignmentsof Durrant. whom he chRracteri/\>d a« the brutal murderer in the history of Amerieati jurisprudence, Mrs. Durrant threw her arms, around the neck of her son and wept. ' 't  A 'n,-ces."» of fivt. minutes wa.s taken to give Mr.s. Durrant an opp-jrtunity îo n.^ cover her oomposun».  By tîomtuon consent, District Attorney Barnes is given most of the cr»tiit for con icting the grentest murderer ever tried in Calilorniii.  While the police department did excellent work, it is Iwlleved timt Mr. Ba.rae-.' aildress, which i onsunu'^l two day» aad a half itv its delivery, had much to do with rtimovlng any'lingering doubt from the mind.s of tho jurors, if at any time there was a jiin»r who was not couvlncwi of Durrani's guilt.  Barnes' addn^ss i« coti»idered one c-f th moat logical .ind elotuent eîTorts that wa.> ever miuie l,>eforö a (.'¡tlifornia jurj-. He given greater cretlit for tho Terd:>.i: tnua tho fact that the evidence was cntîreïy circumstiintial.  Tho case will In* api>eated t^J, the su preme court and it U evpected nearly i year will elai^se l)efor»» a decision will îic obtaineil.  '»Vhile It is not thought that au ermr has b<M)u couiiuiitetl, the defense has em bracetl every op{>ortunity to take exwp tyins to the rulings of the a>urt. tieneral Dickinson t«Mik exivption to thrve feaiure«» of the di>.tnct attorney'« arguitient. i^lso ttiok ÎIT1 e.Koeption to the change of the judge.  The jH-'ofile of the csty are almost na much cïciîed over tUe verdict in the Dur-  bsadstreet's trade REVIEW.  In »he  Startitnsr Ilrvetation« t'roiiii^etl Il>>«tt M*ir«lrr ("it^r.-  .1 N.Y. x,»v. ^^-Dr. J Douglas  wa^^ aiT-.-sfixl .it hi-* home nertr lhì> cliy Ity Deputy .-^iii-rifT .^.-ìiolìeld on a charge of cv.>5ji{TÌ}c;ry in the miinleruf Mrs, Winslow Shearman aud .Mr». Cynthia Davi». Dr. ÌK>!Jclnss bn^therof Charles l)ougiar»R, ilo Wa> »«u the sani« ch;>rge on  TlmtNd.Hy  Dr hrought into .lustice  c>".rt at PanaMia. Wlien bu t-n-terwL ]i":s bn'ther t'l.:irl«u, who sat at the i>i rn»" arixie knd. "walklng Tor-  ward in chargt> of D.'p«ty ."<li«'nff Kvxfonl, graspt'd him by the liand. Neither spoke. fhifn :5»e'juti!icè rwul tti tiiem tlie fòrmal arni!!Ìrr,is:ii-.Tf. whU-h ch.srg.Hl ihem l>otli wìtìi tlit jìi.irder of I-aura :~hi'arman and "yiithta D.ivì.. in the town of Busti on the aftemi!k.n of IK-c K». '¡>.'4. by ¡Kiating theui over the he:id with an irou inutrument till tbey wer*> dead.  The prlsiituvr«^ thnnigh iheir attorner, enìere*! a pìea of not guilty.  Aft*-r a c.iii?.tilt<uion between thedistrict ati.irney an«l Walter L, Si-Asions, on whtvse Oformation ihe .w.-urant« agaltibt the Douda«« bn>i he.n> had Ixvn Issued. it waa decidt^l t»» defer the i xaminatloa till ,to-tlay .Mr. SL-^-^ion» pr^tmisefi sonie-startling deveìopiiientf-  Emanuel ohurch murders wcr» first dl-coverwtl.  For months the Durrant cas« haa iwii the all absorbing topic here aud ever* phtis« of the most sensational trlrj »n t!ie history of the Pacifio eoaAl bas beoB fv»l-lowod with close attention.  While some of Durrant*» friends pr«ifft-«-i to l>elieve that 'it waa Impossible for him to commit tbe'crimeR, the gi^ners^ venlict lis that be i« guilty and should hang.  Crowds gathered about the bulletin boards in various itarts of th«» c;»y nui gienoml »itldfai-tlon wzu» expre^>ed that h« had-be<.>n eouvicted.  oeoroe e. bro^fch.  HOLMES TRIAL WOUND UP.  Bt» C««* Will I*robably Go to tko Jury ^ ThI« AR«rn«<«.  l*Bir4nt:i.TaTA, Nor. 2. — Toniisht the world will probatdy Ituow 'whether or not Ilulmet win hang.  When the tri»l began hist Monday, «veryhody auttclpiited a »iego of at least two wwUk, but Thursday the. ciue U*ok on« sudd^u turn and yesterd«^ another which will help to ptuh i)r to «wift con cdwrioa. .... ^^ ' The dacUuiii of Amoiat thar.»»  tcctlmony .MTould he admitted o(li»r lhan . ¡that bearing dinetlyon' th« mtuder of Bap^mUx F. Pitewl had tha effm of  FRIENDS OF MRS. fvíAYBRlCK.  Will t»iM>n a SiibM-riptiun In Bfharr of th<- liu]«rtsnn»il Wuiimn.  ne-^ York. Nov.* 2.—The Anu!ri<-Hn comnfut«.-; of the Woman's Internatioruil Miiybriok &^!MH-iaIion met at the St. Cloud bvtel. The ubjtN't of the association is-to Síícurv the pardon of Florvnw E. May-brick. the .\îi!erîean woman, who in lS*íít wa». seutenotl to life imprisonment lu Wokîisg pr:>orí, Kngl.-xnd. for the murtler of her husbiiJid. .lames Mayhrit k. a l^ivcr-pool «xit^oî» broker.  Tiif Ufv. Piictv« A. Hanaford prosidetl in the alifit'Ui^ of the president, Mrs. M. ijí'uí-.' Tîtoiiùi". The purpose of Vhe meet-  int; was to arrsinge f»>r obtaining the nec-rant ca^e as they w^ere when the îiorrible ¿^sary funds to carry on the work of the  committee. To this end it been de-csdexi to au^»>s.■ai to the women of F.ngland and America t<s o}>en j>»pular subscrliv-tionii of Ì frhilling in England and cent,«  in America- ___  The't^mimitîfc i» much cncotiragcd by a >-taîeiaeni rei-i'nííy made by Dr. l-'orljet» Winslow. th.- f.-tiuou-i Englitih alienist, wbíí frosn rhe iSrst has chnmpiotiod Mrs Maytsrie's:'-ä cau-e Dr Winslow lH>lieves thai Mrs. .Marlirick c.'in l»e i»ardom»«i with in aiix inonth.->° t;mf if sulficient pr«>s«tire is bror.gbt to Jiear by the pr»>per author! tît* upon the Kijglish home secroiaty.  CUars«« Asaioxt Brewer«.  r<h;heî-tek, Nov. — Warrants were •worn out against .Tobn C. EtuU-r*, presi dent of th« Miller Brewing company of this city, and Frank Keating, fon>raan of the hrewwy. The charges against tho bivtring «'ompany are these: The uftieer« are charge<l fir«t. with- l>ottlit}g al© and pii>rteriu' their brewery building, in contravention of the sttitute that forbid» tho bottling of ai^v Spirituous Uquor on the «amo pwmi«e« ^ere It is manufactured; ■ecoadly, withdrawing said ale and iwrtcr from «asìw upon which there were no rev-  Werkly IteiMirt of Bu^ine«* tnuditioru Thronglcout the Countrr.  Nkw Yokk, Nov. 2.—Bruil-ínc-^r» tod.iy lys: N  Tho v.ilume of Keneral taisine» ha.s biv-n smailer this week, due in pari tu drmth. althougi,» the iilespr»'ad ralt's during the latter ¡»ortion of thy week have g.-jaefarto bix<ak the dry six-Il.  West and Northwest the coi;i:iier<-;al demand hii-s been mainly for stanli-s. but with a falling oil u> vulnme. Kxirtnues are found aV-Cinciuuati. where ha.H |Hvn dull, and .it Kansas City^ wh»-rti it iri up to the avera-^' jit this tifut>. w:th heavy mail onlcrs. i)i-.Erilti;t;ng at the Norihwest from Chica4ro to iT^mabtt and„ Dulutli to .-^ioux Falls refjort a tlon i^deiiuinti, which is likely lo íiw.ü: the arrival of winter weather.  Larger Ka.stern buslnäu tvnter» fn-l tho effect of the falling off in de'^Xiand at the West, notably Boston. Philadelphia and Pittsiiurg, The situation at Balfaio, as; at other laki'jHirts. i« better, owing toan active seicson on the lakes. Coal shippers have !>eeu refusing Western orders because of lack of cars, and lake tnui!>^K»rta-tion gi'nerally in inadequate to meet the demand of the close of naTigation.  Industrial lines retain the features of proviuu« wi-eks. PnxJuction of iron and «teol nnnalns at the full, with mure sU^«d iness in prUvs thau la-t week.  The weakness which aíTtvt« leather .nml hideii is ctmti>etition which checks pur-•hasi-s of shv.>ed. buyera preferring to wait.  Ea.stern .-wlvices are that dulinos char acteri/.ett the shoe Industry and many iac-lorles are idle. Bu^itiess In w»».»! h;« fallen off one-half.  Wtiolen machinery continue;« only partly employe«!, with a less favorable outlook than hoped fi>r. Tho price of wool abroad Is weaker.  Recent weather euHdltion<i have bclp^ii retailers of cotton gootls, which hav».- remained llrui in pnc(*s.  Demand for window glaa.« cohtinues bri-sk, iksdoefi that of  Export-s of wheat «tbxtr include»! its wlieat) from Ixith co^ti of tha I'niteti States aud froju .Mi>%,xvtl a«(g:r?gaies 743.00t> bushels tfcis -«mrk. againrt bliih'els lai^u week, e.UlH.OUO bushels in the wev>k one year ag»>, bushels two  I years"Tgo aud bu^wlsin The"hk.e"  week t hre*' ye«r« ag»*.  ^I.tTT'K K. Kov. i.—Deptity Pber.ff J?->e Hi-.«»«!, in whose cvi-to*ly Ftt?.)»im-m-jns t.ay> that he ha* n*iH;ived orders from <;..v, ri!or Clar'h to kill cither CorlM'tfc or Fiî/.sîiniiioris i,r both of them If they atîa<~k each tiîht-r du'-lng the'.r st«y lu Little  Thé report catised great irulignatirin ani'-Tig th»' nï-n who wen* g»tl;£j3.>d at the hotel.-, and many of th'Mu refused to Iw-Ueve !bat H t-afil had lufule tsucb a etati^ ment, si;uc;i K tâ nt-eivitl any such order».  When ar-k><il .ilniut the matter, he «1»*-clnn'xS that He hiHl In en c<iAh^ct}y quot<>^ _«.nd thnt.Le_had.recfiv<.d tiU-h orders from (iovernor iîlark.  "That's juit what h»! told método." «-Aid Thïi ch'imty:"-Rnd1f nhi^se r-hafs,- gïT ^ír scrapi^sng independent like, 1 gue«« 1 11 havo tn s,h-.-«»t a little."  He laughed as he »aid it. but »eriotuly aliene«! that his orders from ilie gt»vernor explicit and that there wa« no joke about  There i^tjo-w a rmdmtiility that theflght wi!l com«'o3f.- 'ihetimowill l*s within a. w»-x*k and the i>.KV-tt ion somewhere in tlui f'f liOuisiAua. the exact spot to be de-teriïilui-d  This was de.-u{K>n after the trials of Corl-*'tt and Fit/simmons had boon ad-journ»-*!. Brady wa<; cwss and otit of temper aftor all tbe trouble and delay bo had }"ei.'n thnitiglj. Hi.s interviews with the govtruor up^«•l biui «till more, and an an-nouncomeat ttiat Dan Stuart had left Hot Springs for Litîîo Rock with a proposition to have the iiirht cfuue off at El Paso for a pursv« of f-.-.M*»» n.iusMi his ire to a greater pi:c!i.  "l will ijot jro to K1 Paso," exclaitned Brady hotly, "ftir ij0".000~ or any other auioutit. The governor has informed me that he wiU dr«í¡> th« proceedings against us if we will not fight in Arkansas, and now Î will make this pn>pi>sit!on and it i« my tiitluiatum. If it Is not accepted within 24 huur>. of the dismissal of the warrants by the eovcruor the wholo thing ia off and the ctrauipjonshlp goes uorth with CorK-ît. Wf will listen to no mote prop-uHitions &nd make no more concessions. It is rhi«« or nothing.  "I u !¡1 ¡íc^cpt «'sie man f*»r referee frotn the liivi prepan-Mi by Julian and »elect the battlegrounds. If be is not willing that I shov.bl the tTghting grounds, t  will let íñm select one newspaper man, 1 will si-]<H t a stK'ond, .the two to choose e.-ii-b a third and let them pick cKtt the !:í. o for fight. Wo will tight him for Ç^lt-.tVW a «îde and for nothing than that. Corbett will not light him for soth« inv  •T have my money right here." and he showeti it 06 he ¡»poke, "and that is what Now what mor» can 1 doV' Wa have agre^Ki to allow him his own man-for referee. We will even fight on his own ground if .htj- knows of a place, or let a jury of news|i.i})er men dt^Kddo- it ft»r blm. Now le« hi ra quit or fight. Corbett and I ill fool wUh this thing no longer. . I bave tho thing In my own hand« now atid no clul»» will h.ive atiything to say about it."  When the prop'.ksitiot: to fight at oium? wa.s Srï>t Bubmitîed to Manager Julian he wa» not inclined to commit himself.  A l-ommittee'of newspaper men who had l)ee"n authorized by Manager Bra4y to nubmit a pro[»o«iition to Julian and Fit/sin^nion- foutul tho former In his rv>i»ni alone, the Atistrallan twing absent.  Brady's proposition to bring off the fight w,"»s then submitt^nl and the man-a-ked flatly if he would light, all legal coi!tr>Hcatit»n» lieing removed. He attempt«>d to defer hi* answer, but being pre^-^ hard, finally said ho would aoccpt the conditions.  He was asked If he could put up his $lt\-Om« today and replied that he could.  messengyr f^ím Governor Clark arrived stion afterward, making the same offer tbe executive Tiad made to Brady and Jtilian exprcspèd himself as satisfled with the tiiuaiion. and KMjd Fitzsimmonis Eîë~wâs~>aiÔTTO~a~dÎïpatch pro^position to bring the  jParkbur»t R«>vf4>mi tb«- ^taattow.  New vimu., Noiv. i—a«^'. Dr. Piark-hurst has gi\«-n uut iuc liUbákatófleSH*  the pamksû'rthssätaiC'l^^'aa his reason»; "The statement of tion le prepaml. not at my own modkm. but at the request of eome who tafeve thought üiat at a time like thkk wfen everything count«. I might be ablelM»ma-tribute, even if ever^w» allghtiy, to the supreme end that we «II hare in -Haw."  ifS  " yia  WUI A«k ror a Plhrd««.  PHiLAf»EU'ntA. Not. £.—Hobest Aies-ander, counsel lor «x-Cìty TrcMinvr Jfiim Biird«iey. ha» nuKlalcnfràiannoanccsaans that on Nov. 'JV^he will apply to the läp« board of {»ardonta for a full pard^Ri 1ar%i* client. BanUley waa eentenced to S.% year» imprl«c»nnit:ntand to pay* 11mof fUr>7.55« OR July Î. for hi» aeif-con-fes-sed criminality while traastunsr of thia city- .  .M«h«r-0'l>oB0elI V^ht om  Hot spkimí^ Not. 2.—a oottfamio« be-tween Dan ^uaft. Joe Yeadlc wad otìben* of tho Florida Athletic club, wìso htXBif up tho parse for tlw Maber-OTtamel! llght Monday nouo. wae heìd at iJm Arì-' ington hotel and Tvculted !n th» wtth-drawal. of th» affer tmd tìm ment that the Imut ia off.  duel to the death.  Two KentnclkiaM Me»« Wttli fistole tmé noth A»w UmmìL  Lort-vatJ-, Nov. — A epectal from London iVpot. Ky., «a^:  News ha» just reached ben» ofAhloody duel in Leeile county tifediHMdaj night. ' Hon. W^. P, Benxley, who waaasMvn-Iwr of the Kentucky Ic^lature ia isst-'ss and the most prOminent man tn Lieelie. foBght a dt»l to the destò with BSge Big-ulte, a niiin of a verj- bad reputaXloa. Hignlte died tmmediaÈdlr. BeetSejrltn-! gervd about elght houm.  riiœ or Coal B«  . new Yob«. ncpc, tbe coal oa»^tii«B. iwsban»adTa4f«dthepiire(rfeaaL With this advance oume» » oorrespotidiag increase in freight rate* by the xaUwagr*. An advance of frotù I.> to crnta a ton haaal-ready been mmát: "nse new price« am: Chestnut grat» «.75, egg «tore ft. 15 a ton. wholesale. The Lackawanna and i->te oompenies have advaaned the freightonaathtajcit« ixmíJtBiitfí''.l» to,3s.' cent« a ton.  rorCogsenc- Kingr Vml» G^mmmns. ^ PoT-i>AM. Nor. 2 —The King of Portal gal arrived Inert in U'w coorae of his tour of Euro}«. Eininfioe WiiUara, received his royal ifue-i with much ceremony at the Wild i\- k station, which was beautifully dccur^^ted and ttlujnloAted, aa wa» the rout»> fmm the «Wtion to the palace, which w ¡¿a lined with troopa bearing ntagr neeitmv torehea. The King- of Bortogal dined vn famil* witili tlw «mpettH- and empresi-s.  '•g  A  'ifSOT  irirai  Kee«-i|itm and Kspviiiliiure«.  W.\>-niM. n>\. Nov. — C,>:u|vtr;i;'.ve  stat'-mcnt of thy ^roverunient n-Mv:;»'« r;r;.l expenditures -how» tli-^ rI^v^pts.tlur:ng Dctolx'r toJiave Wen a» follow«; Customs, f i:i.rT-J.U'i5; intt-risaS  mi>k-»>IUiK»ou». total  rowiplii,  Tho expeuditur»« Hggn^gHt«'<d which leave,^ the deticit ftir the nsont'.s  The feature of tho siatoment i» the g.iin In the iiitenij;! tt veime rect'ip^s »iv«-r the tame month lit^t vear. *  4..8«h8r«>gbjqnes.  ■ ............ ...............SWIssp;®  •nue atanipt and upon which the govern-BMUt tax had 'not- been paid. A third 4diaige i» that of u*Ing old and caucellod manna «tawiM.  Trial nf Ameriran« In Cuna.  WASHJN(no\. Nov. ¿.--The wat.» d*«-partment->has received a telegrazn fromthe I cpnsul general at Havana ktatlng that the , caso of Martinex (.ìonzaluK fiad beon |qua«hed and bis releane ordered bythe 1 vaptaln general, and that the cane of Yìì>-torlano Valit Pere« h'as bee» tranttfen^cd I to the clvìl <x>urt«. The two men claim to ha Amerlcau citlzeua.  "would Sgtit'. tellsng of the' fight off at El Paso. Tex., but Uke Brady declared that he would not Aght in nor ixefore any club with which Stuart isccm-nected unless his forfeit of $2,ô<K) ia,i>aid.  He finally admitted that goTemòr» and BberifT« and the like were making hliu nervotis. and declared that lie did not want to take any risks of getting "mixed up with the law,'' ' •  It«ub!e Kl4>|»»iueRt In Nebnittkau Om.xH.v, Nov. -'.—A »{»«h-ial froùi W.wer-ly. Neb., 6a\>: Dr. licorge McCaudle»« and E. H. Vîniîiff. prominent Nebraaka jwlUician*, have ciopeii with Misses Alicv» Miller and Margaret Wani. - 'l^te girls are IS years old and connected With the first families of this eonttnnuity, ,  Tilltnau*« SaOTrage Tlan Win«. ï.  Col.t-.MBi x. S. C.. Xov. '¿.-—After five i dar» of debate Senator 'ÇUI^iten'« «uffrage plan, wa.s -ordené to it« third teadin|| tiy ' the consata|iip«Ml hr é"^«  «toSÎ.  A well selected texttslialf of the aow mon. Given % good a. picatib«  who ta in' earnest, and the xestdt is me tobegc>od. The tat flf t&ls«tide ia* plain »mple stimmt tfaaä wqnm HaSf m the reader'a cnm iwad vttfaooft asgiK ment. The text is "Good Iwalth »li«t. ter than great richwi.**  WlthOMt nod^ wtSfywa^m  vcrv much. A twdHak leaa^t.- Hflhifittili the hessd^- oat of «. lan^i^ «at«,« .-Rá'^ipd^orecaaB«^^ xnent of ctimeBumBiBu oía 1  Íful concert, ef a wottSed he bögest iMUdc «OQoanfclft^ibe won't pay a mam. fijr fái MOOi. Imt ia v*erv Stüaíi anjonat of WMI^ inS »Élcft;; him healthy ai^ Icecf» ìm» imääpf.  Mc^ al! ìnm^-moammOtat ìm tit»' Aìgeàìve wesfÉfíOm^- kagm», » here that imtiwyet Hid^ firs^ tBUXsaa openit^ for dtscxse. éméapems^-]  differs 8» ooeâtîtatîima atad teM^ga^MBiiiltlia'^ differ. The esnses aoe ahacKt identàcaL To get at tb* Toot of the lOMller M  vûràie-l  works tteoc^ Hue all theotlKta.  It cnnsstlkefixit aMr Uut. t2ie next, place c^ disease in the the vanta^ emxnA wacbes «¿^tott^^ WH; disease Itefote Ä' ' ' troables. làdMè^ -M  «utC^  «M  _   

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