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Tibia vol. Xxiv no 44 Indianapolis thursday june 24 1875 under Cross fire. Adeline Davis still hold her Tion. Posi an affidavit and an an8wf.b. Thi wit Kobs Ade in avi8 a Sib ciww6-1c\ am1natiom Aix Dat and sub a flock to Akk first with the adhere Vene of court plastebih8 How her second statement . The investigation Lato them Nib Imai of i be inst late for the deaf and dumb a retained in the Senate cd Amer yesterday at Lune o clock in the for Neon and lasted tall after Etc in the afternoon. Mrs. Dari in under Corea exam Patton during the Butlre Day and lie adhered to the declaration Ihal her first statement was Trae with dogged determination. Indeed Ber Croe a am nation waa Mai u we hardly be necessary Tor the pro ecu Tion to re examine her when it is concluded an Les there Are other developments. Pending the proceedings proper the defense submitted an affidavit from j. H. Howdy hell. A teacher of the institution who la Woald nem u paid by the Tate to Leal these ate chamber. Ural brine that be waa acquainted with the in language and had witnessed a conversation Between the witness and French a the former Fernl entered the chamber and he further affirm that French Ihen and there told her to swear to what he had told her. Subsequently los prosecution insured that French should ate the affidavit the defense objecting. Judge Elliott As referee overruled the objection and the affidavit waa shown French. Then he made an affidavit denying be charge expect locally add was supported in the denial by or. Bakr mute minister who to with him St the time. The clerk of the investigating Board who was last week appointed a messenger to secure Tbs attendance of certain witnesses returned Iron a visit to the Farcy at Wabash yesterday Altero nou w Hen he entered the henal.? chamber Wach hair of his Nead was yet standing upon a own in kit duality. He Eipl Alicd by wetly hot 0 the Point. When he nod the summons i miss Annie Marev to appear As a witness in the investigation her father got Down Lagan and Lile son sized upon a deadly meal a. Hubs it int proceeding were of the liveliest character. The old gentleman la not least Brown Ayi he in to and he is competent i witness to the fact that be swore in the Moat forcible Asusta. He intimated that the nov error and the Emmett hoards and All the state no Mila could not by lip his daughter to in Dan pelts a it testify in the care. To tautog re the paternal ultimatum or. Bruu hacked out or la. Benj Dong Nith his Taco to the turned Obi Ibe int train. Morning session. Examination of my i. Davis re sump. Yet Bera Eer. You when French told Yon that you would get Money from ale in lire a he told me last May when i came to the oort the Cut time. I. Who was present when he fold vol this a. What do Yon mean by present o what roam what House were you in when French told you about getting Money a. In the Pyle House in the parlor he told Ine. To Wco was thare beside you and French a. Two strange ladles thatus ail. Q. Lllan tall you about the Money at other places a. Yes he told me at my Boose. It Hen was it Uia be told Yon at your House a. He told me tax Vitwo Emu ago when he was at my it it last time. <4 we not he also Tell you that before Csuti weeks ago at your House a. 1 us he told meat the Pyle douse once before. 4. Did t he Tell Yor about Money at your House Talon two week ago a 1 uld you that he told me at the Pyle horse and then at my Bouse that is All be told it a in did t he Tell you at the court House in Udtana polls a. No. Sir. A what Day was u. a at the Pyle Fouse a. I Ilon t re i would have to go to oort and Tell. If i would have to stay at pome that would keep me out of trouble. Then i believed them that they did t want me to have not log that alter i give statement i found out that not so. Then 1 was sorry to give statement i think. Angus and Foster left word with or. Moore and Burton to make me give statement. U did French say at the pole Hoese that would get Money from Mcenitre if you Aldu t make of a Dali against Mclntyre a. 1 Don t remember be Ned that. 1 have made that statement. The first statement is wholly True but the second statement is not True. Or. Moore and or. Hurt an were in town and i think they got a lawyer to make the Slat menu then they came to my sister in Law s House and got me to slug it. Before i signed it i told them to wait until next Day. Whether i would sign it or not. They said that no harm. Then i feigned it. After they left there then rav Slosier to Law said they Dudul believe Mclntyre had done with me. 1 told her yes. He did. I told her i would go Back to first statement wholly True. Then i was Orry i signed my Nate to second statement. A glued my name to second statement is not True. Ifor. Jameson what » the question the question was that not responsive. There being no formal objection of the part of the defense however the statement was not stricken from the record i did not French Tell you at the Pyle House that you would get Money for the statement that the charge against Mclntyre was True a. He Khlot say u. A said the jury found to make Mclntyre pay that 1s a that was said. I did t he a that you would get Money Trout Mclntyre Hay yes or no. A he said i would Gei Tome Money some time but he did not say whether a would go to the court House some time at the Pyle House. He told me the last time i was at Home 1 would have to come mgt court. Cd did t he say if he would show the affidavit of Mclntyre he Mclntyre. Would Page you Money answer be or to. A. I Don t know Whattl Means. H. When or. Mclntyre paid Yon Money then Yon were to a that it was not True that he had to do with you. Were you not a. I dont want to sit Here any longer. It makes me Slek. Laughter and 1 dont understand what it Means. Q after the Money was paid by to Intyre did t French say he would destroy the affidavit a. 1 did not say a but the first statement la whole truth. Yon Aik me enough i will get up and go to my seat. More Marl menu Here or. Jameson submitted a question asking witness if so could not stand la a half boar Louger and she languidly nodded an it. I what waa to be done by the affidavit of after Yon got Money from or. Mclntyre witness asks what i meant by fail Davit and la shown the Oue in cot ported in the one published in the Sentinel. A. Liat does a mean Yon will have to right Short so i will understand it. A. Did t French say to you that Mcl tire would pay Yon the Money so on not to be Jurnei out of the lust tote a. He said or. Mclntyre had to pay me Money before he turned out of the deaf and dumb Institute. 4 did he say if or. Moln to re did t pay you Money he would be turned out of the lieu and dumb Institute say yes or no a. He said or. Mclntyre had to pay then he Woald be turned ont of the l Etc us dumb Institute q. Who wan to it the Money and bring it to you a. He did not say who. 14. Did not French say that after Mclntyre would be turned out of the deaf and dumb lust tote then he French would to a teacher a. Be air be a d he thought or. Mclntyre would be Dumec out of the deaf Anil dumb Institute. He Sala if they turned him out he French would not be a teacher attain. I. Who did he Tell you would be he pert n tender t of the deaf and dumb Institute if Mcl lire was turned out a. He told me he did not know who would be superintendent after Mcl tire is turned ont. 14 let of you mean hat French wanted to be a the acc a after or. Mclntyre was turned out say yes or no a. No or. French does not want to be a teacher. The Board adjourned until 2 p. M. Indiana polls he Loisil jux ii at the try member what Lay. 14. A it not tuesday be fuck you Lavlet at the Coart Hose in Indiana polls a. It was evening in May x. I. Was u not the evening before you made the affidavit at Ura oort Boose in Indianapolis a. it was evening. A and before Yon win to tie court House to sir str to the affidavit before the clerk a. What do you ask me about swearing u. Did you swear to a paper before the clerk of a court Here id Indianapolis a. Yes or o was it not the evening before you k wore or the paper by the clerk that French told Yon about the Money at the Pyle House a. French a d me in the evening before 1 went to the court House to swear before the clerk. Uyt forc Movil that the ainu a 11 of or. Howdeshell Fiat French had conversed with the witness be submitted to French the defense of elected. Judge Elliott consulted toe Board As Legal referee meanwhile or. Dye argued further that or. French should Timve Access to All such charge. Julge Elliott then Eald that or. French would have the unquestionable Rutht a it set such record if the Case were on trial in a court of Justice. To the affidavit was shown to French who contemplated the formidable document with a contemptuous curl of the up his Sharp nos meantime haying an upward tendency. I what time in june did Frenzen Sav you would get Money. A. 1 think pout five Oclock before Sopper. Q. Did French say you would get Money in june a. W Hal does Quot too Quot mean a. Wh.». Lid French say Money would be old a. He ddn t say when. Why then did you say to or. Moon that von Sroul diet Money from Indian poll in june a. Then i told or. Moore 1 would get Money Fon e times Yon ask Ine too Many que Tiona. Laughter i did not you Tell or Moore that von Money from Indiana poli in Jane say Eeor no a. Yee he told me. J. Wet veld you say in Jane if Frenzen had t told Yon so a of course he tohl me no before i told or. Moore i Woald get me Money. To then f Rench did say that Money would come o Yon in Jane did he a. Lie told me to fact or Mclntyre was bound of pay me some Money. A when did French a tie trial Woald be a. He said the would be in june what trial a. He did not say what trial o. In doth say that the trial was to be on the 6th Day of june a. Me told me the trial would be the Isth of june Lam very tired set leg so Long. You ask me enough. I. Did not a Tell you that Yon would get the Money As soon As that trial was Over a. Yes. He thought i would gel some Money after the trial War uv6t. How much Roncy a. To did not say How Uicon he eld he did not know How much. A. Did he say it would be a Good Deal of Money a. Melr. H did be say it would be is he thought .1. No. He said be did not know How Jun cat and he thought it would be Mere than . To did be say he f bought it would be More to an us ? a. No sir he Duin t say that much. I How Roach did he Gay he thought you would get a. He thought i would get 1jm or Mote. A a inapt he Tell Vou that lbs trial of John b. Fawner Forf doing bad with Ida fawkner would be on the lath of june in cd try a. No or. He said John fan Kuer was a Good Man Ami he has done slog wire atm. He std fawkner trial would be huh of june. J. Did be not say that he was 11 red by John e. Fawkner to get affidavits Galun or Meint Lse a. No str Keld Motsay. It i w Jodl Ltd French say had fold tim that you would get Money Srorn or. a to 1 old t Uli me who told him. A amidav1t from French and leak c. At torts Point in the proves Dongs or. Byfield Isth knitted the subjoined affidavit i oct French Rykr in answer to the barges of How Daneil alluded to in the introductory to the report. I. T. Leake and myself were together on yesterday at the time referred to in the affidavit of Jet Howdy Toell and that the part of arid affidavit which says that men Hist Aalst French say to her mrs. Lam is that she would be the St witness on the stand and be told her to is firm and swear to what be. Franco Baa told her Quot but wholly Falee and untrue that a such conversation of urged Between said French and mrs ads ins Davis at that time and old French Forte says that since the arrival of Aid a daunt Davia in tt»e4tyof he has not spoken a it her in refer Obj to what Phe would testily a this canse and the said Trake Hij thu Apoc Jit urday it la re of trend to by Iid , Howdy hell. My. 11411 Lam ii mrs. Collet we of stain and he lol l her she waa. And this was All the Conversa Tica that occurred at the time. Thl Docu morn my was signed by both French and Leake the Inlet being a mute minister of the gospel. The of the witness was then resumed by general Harrison a follows u did you Ever talk with alien Burton 1 1 or. Mph rent f he tune you made me second Offida it . Thuv name to Ray it a in _ a Twat sent for me to come there. They told my a add tier sure men. I Tola i Liona i Moold do Cim toothed Utate medic to liner Tola jut j Hal make another said it me not afternoon session. Mrs. Flats Mill of the a take. I. Did not French Tell you he would try to get a place for Yon in the deaf and Dudinh institution after or. Mclntyre had been turned out a. No. Sir he did not soy anything Al out it. J. Dont you knew that f Rench afterwards tried to get up some papers to give you a place in the deaf and dumb institution a. 1 dont know. He did not say. A. Don t you know he bad a paper which be tried to gel people to sign to get Yon a place a. Me did not Sav be would gel me a place. A. Dont you know he had written a paper Laet Yon a place if he could a. No he did not write that be would get a Pise. For me q. Didul you see a paper Thi to sign for you ? a. No sir. My. Mil it Tirk in the Obi Sfer Lull room but in the sick room. Look at the paper and Tell me if the word sick has not been written after some other word Nas been scratched out presenting the paper to witness who examines it and answers a. He made a mistake it was old sickroom. I. What word bid he or in for sick and then rub it out a. He thought i meant sitting room. 1 told him Stock room. Anil then he rubbed it on q. Did Yon Tell him by signs or by writing a. By rig»1 4 wet or min it out the same Lay. Or was it a few Dot afterwards before you found the mistake. A. After he had written it in a Tew Days before 1 signed the Paier i told him he made a mistake and a rubbed it out. A. How Many Days after be wrote it before he rubbed it out a. About two weeks u. Did he write it at your House a. . 14 who was present when he wrote it besides French and you a. Joan Coila and his wife. <4 you signed it As soon As he wrote la did you a. . 14. And swore to it the same Lay before Jones did Yon a. I Esir. Al did you re1. My a French wrote it before you swore to it a. . O. Then you swore that la waa in the acting room that Mclntyre had to do with it of lid you a. After i read it i forgot to Tell him to rub ont stung room before i was sworn then be went away a Ltd la when be came Back again. In about two weeks then i asked him to let me have the paper to read it Over and him he made a mistake Theu be rubbed it out. <4. Look at the affidavit sworn to before the clerk of this county. Austin h. Brown and Tell me or it it wrote that. A. French wrote it. 14 be to write it in or. Dye s office a. No. Air at my House. U. Did you not swear in Vitae affidavit that Yon made to or. Burton and or. Moore that it was written in or. Dyes office a. No sir 1 did t swear but signed my name. 1 Ltd not Tell them what to Wille. 1 think they got a lawyer to write it then they came to me to get me a it sign it. 1 thought 1 would not have to come to court. That second statement is not True. Now they Send for me to come out Here. The first statement u wholly True. <4 do Yon say that the statements contained in the affidavit made before William h. Edwards and published in the Sentinel a drawn up in or. Dye s office is not True a. Aft a 1 figued Iny name or. Fid w arils wrote the above is due. 14. Are not the words at the close of the affidavit made by Edwards in Yoor own handwriting a. 1 signed my name first then he wrote the above statement is True. <4. Did t you write those words yourself words indicated to wit Nessl a. No sir. A did Amau named Webb Orne to see you at Mitchell after Vou were at Indianapolis a. Yes or. 14. Imit waa his business in Indianapolis a. Lie is a lawyer. 4. Did he Tell you so a. Y Esur. <4. Did he say he was a lawyer for fawkner a. He did t say be was a lawyer he said he was a partner with Ben. Davis. 4. Did he come to see you about the Case or. Dye Aid he did t think it legitimate Croe examination and to the writing is i existence it should be produced. Or. Harrison said he wanted to get at the Conversa Tion. Or. Dye said the defence should be specific a to time and place fudge Fulcott asked if the charge of conspiracy implicated the Watne. Den. Harrison answer a in the affirmative the prosecution take cd Tessne with him upon that mint judge Elliott of Legal referee then overruled the of Jerilou and the answer was and Metud with the question thai elicited it. A. Y is sir. <4. Do you know Bis full name a. His name Webb and thatus All 1 know. A. When lid he visit you give the Day. A. About out month ago. <4. How Long did he stay at your Bouse a. About one hour. Al what time of the Day did he come a. He came on tuesday. He came to my Boose after supper. 4. present while he talked with Yon a. My children. I. Dili or. Webb Tell you that Ben Davis sent him to see Yon or. Dye objected to the question on the ground that it was not legitimate Cross examination and that the writing should be produced a pro Vidd by the Well known rules of Law. General Harrison said he a trying to get at that. A. No sir. 14. Did or. Webb talk to you by Walt aug or by talking to your daughter and be making Nigga to you a. He talked to me by writing. 14 on a slate or paper a. On paper. 4. We amp two done with the paper after Yon were done talking a. He took All patters with him. The defense then asked the Board to due a subpoena requesting the attendance of Luls Webb with any papers he May have in his Possession by tag upon the Cane. Then the Board adjoin used until b o clock Tala morning. A monster of iniquity. ? a. One is came Bouse. 4 w to. Be r that he had for people on for you a. No sir. 4 did t you Tell or. Monre and or. Burton that French said he would gel a place for you if he could a. No sir i never told them. Q. Who brought you to when Yon went to the » it it House with or. French a. French ü. Who paid your fare Here Anil your Bill at the Pyle House a. French. It. Who took you Home a. I went Home by myself. 4 who gave you any Money while Yon were in Indianapolis a. French gave me Money to go Home. 4. Where were you when be gave you the Money a. In the depot. 4. How Many other places in Indian Apolla did f Rench take you to a. He did take me to see lots sister a White and then look me to to offis. 4. Liat offices a. Howe and j. Dye. U no else did you see it the office besides or Howe and or. Dye and or. French a. Or. K&Gtun-3dv and two More Young men. I Don t know their names. A. Did you see John k. Fawkner while you were in Indianapolis Fiat time a. 1 forgot. I see him la the office. To. How Long were you in the office with the persons you have named a. T vent to the office about Sor a o clock stayed awhile an then i went to the court Bouse. 4. Who went to the Smirt Bouse with you after me logo to the court _ Side this Man. Went to the court Bouse we it a you a. 1 Don t know his name 4. Who went to the Tourt Bouse with you when you swore to the paper before the clerk a. After 1 went to the court Bouse in the morning and stayed a while then i came Back to the offices and stayed a while and then 1 went to the Pyle House to dinner. 14. 1 ask you again who went to the court House with you when you swore to the a Eter before Ute clerk a. F Rench the same even us. Q. Was any Oue be Les French with Yon a. One Young Man that was in Llie offices when 1 went. 4 who wrote the paper 1 mean this exhibiting a copy of her statement published in the sect Lea. French. <4 where did he write it a after examining statement closely at my House. 14. When what Lay a. In april i Don t remember what Day. A. Where did f Rench get the paper he wrote of a. He Nas some papers himself. 14 did he bring this paper he wrote of to your House a. Be sir. he bring the Ink a Ltd him to. A. No or he used my Ink. I. Now i will ask you if the statement you swore to at the court House before the clerk a not written by f Rench to or. Dye Soffiee a. 1 Don t know who wrote the papers that 1 have sworn before the clerk. 4. Did not you Folisi say that French the paper i have just shown you a. 1 Don t know 1 did t look by Bis band Aluag q. Let me show you the paper again and then Tell me who wrote it presenting paper copy or statement a. 1 thought you irn Aat toe Pap r in court that i Bave sworn to Bot Ore the clerk but Tola paper you have got now French wrote it. 14. Did not you swear in this paper before the clerk exhibiting statement a. Yes 1 Nave sworn before or. Jones. I name la to some other papers. I dont know where that paper la his Natue is to. The prose Cullin Here prod sic d a copy of the affidavit before the grand jury. Witness to vexed opon it when in transit to tit table of the coup it of the other Side. She surrender Al it however when she found it waa not for her though he made a passage at it with a Pencil a if she would strike oat something. 4 who is or. Jones a he live in Mitchell. <4. What was it you wanted to Cratch out from the statement made to Jones. Just now shown Yoa a. J have no stau ment to show you what do you mean 4. What was it on the paper Yoa wanted to Cratch ont a. 1 dont want them to Bear bad bimts <4. Y of told thru All that was i a that paper you not a. Be air. 14 and he is an unmanned in is he not a. No be is not married. 1 wish 1 had not Aid anything about him. Laughter.1 4 a of you knew that or. Dye and or. By Field had that paper and read it did you not a. Be sir 1 know they read it but they will put them a the papers. ¿. Where a the old sitting room at the deaf and dumb Institute. A. 1 dont scr i did not go there. But i went to the parlor <4. Don t you know where the old Sling Roora wan and you were at the Institute a. 1 do not remember i innit where. <4 Don t you know that it was toe front room on the North Ali Leo 1 to Entrance a. Yea in i Bave been there i thought it waa the parlor. 4. 1 it not the same room now used As to Library a. Y is sir. The same room a the Library t 4. Who wrote the paper Ron swore to before Jone a. Witness Calla for the in per and it la handed her a. French. Al Del you Tell him what Topol in it before he wrote it a. Yea sir. <4 did t French first write the old sitting room a the place where Mclyn tire bal to do with Yoa a. 1 first seen in the old sitting room then went to the sick room. The it Otic it a Toca repeated Tbs Uret Lon la a Little different form. Eliciting the following response a. No or he did t write that Border Battles. Rat Bliku report from the Rio Oran Deli Kkt Hood of More hot work of the Frontier. The Brownville Epe Ciel to the Gal Vento n news of the 15th instant says one Raider escaped named Joee Marla Olquin. He waa wounded and feigned death Craw Lei into High grass and waa not found. He is in Mata Inore and bad a Ball extracted Lato yesterday. The raiders Oahu a Litsios of the right sum up twelve killed and one wounded. They lost besides eleven Torsee and lev Etc., All their arms repeating rifles and pistols. Private l. B. Smith was buried Vesterdal. There waa a Largo funeral pro cession it Lena and soldiers turning out. Col. the regular Artyv and col. Ford were marshals. He received a military burial and was honoured by citizens and soldiers. Capt. Mcnelly could not go after the raiders under Ricardo Flore because his Hgt Rosa Wen by Ken Down. He gets but halt Pattona and Lorage and has Bard work to do. He should have full rations. Oak. Cortina m inc Ewakd at the killing of i cattle to Beeves. The Meghan papera say the raiders were Aasmaa hinted while asleep. Capt., Mcnelly says if they were asleep be dont want to find any of them awake. Coruna swears be will have revenge. Gen. Cortina is arming and has been for More than a week. He received a peremptory order to report at Mexico and in the event of disobedient the order is to arrest aim. Den. Fuero left Monterey this morning on a March to Matamoros. He Baa three thousand men. It a understood that Bencomo to attend to Cortina. It is not known what the brigand Chiet will do. He a preparing Lor Devil ment. He will fight Gen. Fuero to be thinks he can whip him. He May Cross to this Side and place himself at the head of mexican squatters desolate the country and Cross to the mexican Side again and get pardoned by the supreme nov Brement. Col. Haynes a said to have telegraphed to the Secretary of the Treasury concerning the exposed condition of the country and Sag keeled an increase of the troops on the lower Rio Grande his subordinates Are known to be in peril from Here to Rio Grande City. The troop Are on the Alert and the citizens of Brownsville Are adopting defensive measures. No one knows what a Day or ran hour May bring Forth. There a no Chance for a division of opinion. Everything preclude a doubt As to the accountability of the mexican authorities the enormity of the Ontra Gea and the dangers threatening the Trentler. Some of the mexican officials Are watching Cortinas movements with anxiety. Should be succeed More than one of them will be marched to the Laguna and abot. They Are honestly trying to put him Down not for what he has done to american hat for what he May do to them. His housekeeper swears it. She charge him with arson and murder besides a Vino her away from her husband and deserted his own wife and children he Calls her a graduate of the Ohio state prison. In the Sentinel of sunday morning there appeared by Telegraph a statement of the terrible charge of arson and murder brought Agal Nat one William Garbrick in one of the Chicago courts. The to Bane furnishes the following details with the ban a Stone housekeepers melancholy Story in the Early fall of 186- » or. Sterrett a conductor on one of the Ohio rat Roode wooed and won a Beautiful girl of sixteen sum Iris a native of the fair City of Cleveland. She waa Beautiful a a poets dream and was a innocent of a child. Sterrett loved his Young Wile devotedly but being several year her senior could not understand the feelings of a Mere girl and applied atm Eek occasionally to the do Wing bowl. Braking on the same train which be ran was a person of Pennsylvania dutch blood William h. Garbrick by name. This Man had a wife Aud fear children and kept a Lio arding Bouse. He War at the period of Storr Etlis marriage about 40 year of age. The ii Brick kept a boarding Bouse and Finase not being Over extensive be and Bis Young Bride went to Board with Ibe Bruit emails family. The conductor drank a Little too freely and Begar bricks Lor some reason poisoned the child-wif6s mind Agal Nat ter lord. Altor residing with them for some months the Gar backs Man and wife induced her to leave Cincinnati where they were then iving. And Fly with them to a country place ten Miles die taut from that City. Mrs. Garbrick went so far a to dress the girl up in her own clothes so As to destroy a 1 Trace of her whereabouts. She never saw Sterrett More. What the object of the tamale Garbrick waa can not be surmised but whatever it May have been she paid dearly Tor it. 81$ weeks after their removal to the country Garbrick who pretended to be afraid that Sterrett would discover them induced the girl to Fly a Ltd him to Chicago. Here they remained for a abort time and then went to Raymond miss. Meanwhile the unhappy mrs. Sterrett found herself to be Enceinte by her husband she avers and in due time bore a daughter who is still living. After remaining South about one year she returned with Garbrick t j Chicago he secured work at the new Northwestern Railroad shops and got a House from the company. This Bouse is sit uate a near the Corner of West Kinzie and forty fourth Streeta. There mrs. Sterrett lived with him Bis housekeeper Tor some years and it was generally supposed they were men and wife although a More striking physical contract could not be imagined. But of this More by and by. In june 1874, the 7tb of that month during a no get of tremendous rain wind Aud Bun Jor the dwelling Bouse of Jerome h. Davis a watchman employed at the new shops also was burned to the ground and Bra pretty Little daughter Carrie perished miserably in the flames. The House wat situated almost immediately or Oolite that occupied by a Brick and his housekeeper. The general impression at that time was that the place waa destroyed by fire caused of a lightning stroke. A Justice of the peace held an inquest on the girls body and a verdict of it to accidental death1 was returned in the customary Torrn. As or. Davie is a very inoffensive Mao of excellent reputation nobody ovoid imagine that any Leeling of fiendish revenge would urge anybody to tire Hia premises. The Fanuaea belonged to a respectable German family named Kranz and As it coat More than the pos whole number 1,805 Sibly bring no suspicion o Ana. A attached to them. The a flair was soon forgotten except by the family that suffered the sad bereavement of that night and doubtless the Black crime would never have been discovered bad not the victim of of Gar bricks Lawless lost poise seed a cons Fence which Woald not permit her to rest if her Story be True until this most foul murder was brought to Light. About a week ago Deputy superintendent Hickey was waited upon Iii his office by a lady of extremely preps Moet tasteful style nothing Gaudy about her but everything from boots and gloves in Good taste and in the Latos fashion. Everybody a astonished to think t hat such a woman could to Laibly become the victim of Utich a Man. The Only expat nation is that she was a Mere child when Garbrick debauched her and Fer has been the Agency that so Long restrained her from 1 Rankin pc away from Hia Gap. At Lea to her aide of the Atory goes to show a much. Mrs. Langreet the fiend of mrs. Sterret stated to a Tribune reporter that Garbrick has been in the habit of annoying her husband because they befriended the housekeeper when she broke away from him. He advertised for grocery clerks at Floo per tooth and Tor 100 teamsters to Call at no. Ill went Minxie Street and find employment ther it. Mir. Angress found herself be Aifred Oue Fine morning and did not know what it meant. Fili ally she discovered that it was a practical joke perpetrated by the Man Gar Bricelj whom she described As being a tool Dpi 4p ate villain. Mrs. Fit Errett is going into by iness keeping a restaurant at Turner Junction in or Ler to support herself and child. She stated that Garbrick has had men watching her since ube left him and that she waa afraid be would kill her if he remained at Large. She now hate him it Terly that she Doea not deny a Eramae be took advantage of her youth to destroy her rep Avion nil her from her husband. Theratt a Garbrick informed her not Long ago. At erupted to find her everywhere but failed took to print to worse than Ever and what last not More than a month ago killed in Coli Bioc. Her horror of Garbrick has Masieri airy increased since his Alle Geil crime and to now looks upon him As a perfect Demon. Toe Loho Ingia mrs. Sterol ttys testimony. Lives at Turner Junction knows defend ant saw him in june 1k74 lived j oat opposite to Davis House lived with Garbrick it the time Garbrick got offended Wilb Davie because he would not let him Bave water said he would barn or. Davis Bouse mat waa a week before the tire just before High brought in a bundle of Sticks saturated with kerosene. Tied up also a its such As is need around the workshops that was a the burning she asked not think that a wicked her that be was going to Boose asked him whether some lives would not be lost said la re waa Means of egress from both sides of Darias Houe dissuaded him from doing it be said Erst to would wait Tor a Good night when there would be wind and rain Arter talking to him some Timo be agreed not to commit the crime after that be removed the kindling material from her igbo the night of Tbs lire be went to the Shope had on his Soldier overcoat and bad a lamp in in hib band it Wax a Stormy night Tea waa the last she Law of him until be woke her up about 2 Oclock and told her to look out of the window and see Daviss d d House burning up she slept Wilb Ber Little girl be stated test he set it on fire she Wax waked out of a sound sleep and Haw the Bouse on fire the new part was All in a Blaze be then told her to go right to bed he woke Ber up he said so that she might not be badly frightened she said she bad a Good mind to Tell All she knew when he asked her to say nothing about it to pretend that be was sleep by Little girl saw it too be said they the Davilee would ail be Over in a Little while could not exactly say Bow Long after be had observed the flame the whole in use writs in a Liszt saw the body of Dzzie Davis lying in the ditch crisped before the Coroner s inquest was Hela he said next Day that be was sorry there was a Corpse but it was done and Oouida not be help i he said be wanted to have the water and did not want any one living around thlire when be woke Ber up Ste asked him what time it a he lit a match and looked at the clock it waa l it Ween 1 and 2 in the morning Ali ont a week after told her brother in wit be Sass presence that be could not Jive in the House afer what be had done be told her brother that Garbrick had burned the Bouse Garbrick denied it and said that be could bring no witnesses to prove it witness kept Bouse for Garbrick her Little girl was then about seven year old. Cross examined used to my that week before him if be did when he told Burn Daviss. Davis and me were very him never bad anything Agal Nat reporter your wife said von make threats against Bini often you kept Ber in terror a Brlik it is not so at All. And an Lor now i k1 har oth a h1 Hurt Quot i i. Muf it Beij or Quot v after that worn a. Ihus tis 1 to Quot Lle or it Usk reporter offi you not entire her Nway r us do and desert your own Wir tie sly hate turn two or three i 01° d nyl i to do with Ber. 1i l8lt of own wife Juan i War entry after the bet Nln Tro Ohle Ohio re be said you shot a Man in Vicksburg. Garbrick that be ,0f but i was tried Lor i Holt and acquitted. After i went South with Ber be Elt me and was gone three sssffvsst11 Herd 0i her a. Is 1 Vicksburg with g. W. Bolster. 1 of to ,0, 1 and bold 8 iu8s Wil Hon. A aisls"v1? w8 the Only time i we 1 Arr it fluid i have tried to live like ■ decent respectable Man. I can prove that be Lia i Een in the state prison. Reporter when was that <»az_brldt1 dont know . It hmm of. A in un<3r the name Oldi int 9 a Sfa was on l88t Yea of gov. Brough Torno. I tank be bad on in 11 months. Reporter where is be from i.1vr, a Fath a and Mother lived at it Leveland o. She Baa a brother at rib he Quot die Johns i do you think it a Bart Enber motive for making those charge against Yon s Ger tick she has often threatened me t hat Ace would have me in the Penitentiary Icv Aua of that bolster affair. I have nothing mfg Iii or 38 a woman a tue Molly Grey a prostitute who is behind Baw Ai i. Why it was Only last saturday and sunday that 1 wrote a letter telling her Bat if he would come Back to me. I would Grea divorce from my Wil and marry her. That bows Bow much i think of Ber. I have Bre Juat crazy after the woman. Reporter you deny there is any to Nib in her charges then. Do Yon i 1. Theress nothing at All in them. I by a t done just right in life but it a my love for Ber Bat made me do it i have always lived Square and peaceable Rud Ben a Man of integrity. I know it a a hard ► Lory §06 of clue about is but i Ink a he it pension of judgment. Dont let the Public Ndem me and the trial will show that Ner stories wont bold Togo Lher. Tbs prior Cervi manner waa open and candid and a tar As of a Oolite Nance goes there waa nothing to indicate a guilty conscience. 1■■■■■spwsyi is is reset no appear Hom who stated that be Nad i he first of the Davis tally who come of meaning of great importance to Cotnwu-1 Over to the House was Arabella older than Nicatie. The Deputy heard Ber at try which Carrie the member of the family that came Over hoped that Little Carrie would Tbs managers of the Kansas Pacific railway Are using energetic measures to disseminate accurate information in regard to Tbs resources of k sosas. A correspondent sends a printed circular a goed by the general passenger agent of the company which it is said he Boon unt to editors and real estate Gonta throughout the state in a bib various valuable suggestions Are made in regard to the beat Means Tor enlighten Iii the Public of the attraction of is Doss for Settle a. Among beae Are the following use your influence to prevent the publication of any article relative to Grasshoppers in your local newspapers and fill your newspapers with Triele descriptive of the Prosperity of your immediate neighbourhood and of Tbs yield per Sere of your Best farms a a and finally Floree do not publish this circular. Will appear in the evidence As Given further on. Win. H. Grabrick was arrested last wednesday by officer Scott on the double charge of murder and arson. He manifested some nervous us. But went quietly with the policeman who locked him up in the Central police station where be was safely kept until yesterday. At 2 Oclock yesterday afternoon Garbrick was taken before Scully and was there confronted by Bis hapless housekeeper. Tipiere were nit Many persons in the room As the Rase was not generally known. The prisoner was taken to the Dock by Vicero Scott and Flynn. He presumed a Sunburst Ordinary aspect looking cot unlike the re tol the labourers employed prot id Railroad Yards. Garbrick looks to be Between 43 and a years of age is Aboul five it ten i cubes in stature Ratter meager in to we and very much stooped. He Nas lost the Crumb and Index Finger of the right band tar result of an Accident while coupling cant the mans Iii a is it a let a teutonic Tyi Etc told Tex press Lon. His bar i viral gift us dark slightly mixed with Gray. It i brushed Carere by Axle from a climbed forehead the Heartl is Rainer Nln and » in gang. The Mouth it it Raight Cut not Newnan Small and decidedly thin lipped. The eyes Are Small Gray and oblique to the outer Edge of the face like be Cul Nese optics. Unless the Man stood charged with so grave a crime nobody would have thought of picking him out As a horrible example of Ras Kwity. To appeared to be almost if not quite illiterate and a certainly the very last Man whom any sane person Woald select As the seducer of a Young and More than ordinarily pretty married woman. Some women however have mysterious tastes. The chief prosecuting witness mrs. Sterrett appeared in the court room accompanied by a lady Friend mro. Longress of no. Ill West Kinzie Street. Mrs. A Torreti appears to be about 23 years old is of medium height has a Petite figure and a decidedly handsome piquant face. Her eyes Are Solt. Brilliant Gray Ber hair a Light Brown with Glossy streaks in it Ber Mouth in. Small and Sweet Espreo atoned with Vermilion lips and two rows of Teeth White and pure As Ivory her Cheeks have a Light Carnation glow and Ber features generally Wear a pleasant expression hot denote a Good Deal of reserved Power and natural acuteness. Or. 8tcrreu u language la refined and her manners Are those of a lady. Not even Ber Long association with so rough a specimen of humanity on garb Nick could destroy her Graceful bearing or Vul Arize her speech. She waa dressed too in the be saved be was the youngest child All was excitement and confusion the Bouse was about 80 Roda so tar As be could judge from the burning Boose said they did not Ocsie for and thing it Carrie a saved nothing was said about the cause of the fire they All see died occupied about Carrie g a Brick did not come in until the fire was All Over be said nothing alter sometime be said he wanted to get the Davis family out of the House a soon As possible he went after or. Davis son who soon Cune and they ail went away be expressed sorrow for carriers death after that the prisoner did not say that any one saw him get the kindling Mato rial first got acquainted a Ltd the prisoner at Cincin t Ohio about seven years Ato waa then living in is Bouse with his wife and family lived there then about Lour months Ber husband lived with Ber then the wife of Garbrick and himself worked together to get witness Sway err in her husband they got her ton Miles into the country they lived there six weeks lie was a brakeman under Ber husband who was a conductor she was sixteen when she a married. September 11, a amp Vele next lived in Chicago with or. Garbrick her Braband did not Home to Chicago did not know where he waa bad not seen him since did not live in Chicago constantly went South for some time went to Raymond mias. Defendant went Wuh Ber his wife did not go be left bin family at Dayton obis wife did not come with him to Chica go be bad not lived with Bis wife since waa about one year in Raymond then returned to Chicago lived Here Ince prisoner has four children living with Hia Wile who is at Home m Ohio. Garbrick denies it All. A reporter of the Tribune visited Garbrick in his cell in the county jail yesterday evening and bad a conversation with Bim. Reporter what Bave you got to Eay in regard to this charge against Yon garbrick1 dont know that 1 have anything to say. The whole thing is false. It to a mean look but 1 can get evidence that will show her word Isnit Worth much. Aint going to nay Ubai it la now. 1 Don know that my lawyers would like me to my anything about it to a to let Ber know it Dye one reporter but she makes a detailed statement of your confession to Ber. Garbrick it is All false. I never made any. Reporter be says that Yon woke her up when the Hoo so was on fire and told her about it. Oar Brick it is not so nothing of the kind Ever happened. Reporter was there any bad blood be tween you and or. Davia protecting us wife. Am Ohio Man builds a feb kick 16 fret Hmoih it was i Rev it to protect he wife from a wicked feb out Ltd doctor. The Cincinnati commercial is authority Lor the following he lives in a Nice Little town in this state not mafia Miles away from this City to the North of it on the line of s flourishing Railroad. We dont care to band big Nauvie Over to the press. Rut i name is very Well known in connexion with Ibe incident we Are about to narrate to the people generally of the town in which be lives. He came Down to this City one Day and called on the superintendent of the Railroad that Rune can go i town. He introduced himself in a a wild inoffensive sort of a Way and handed the superintendent a document. The superintendent read it. It related that the bearer was a citizen of m in Good standing a Man of veracity that any statement he might make could safely be taken for the truth. It a signed by several prominent citizens of some of whom were personally known to the super intended. Then a Rani creation came about in an Starce As follow superintendent y Ery Well sir. Now West can 1 do Tor Yogi what statement have you to make citizen i am a resident of m. By property where i reside where my Darling a to lives i b me abuts on your Railroad. There 1 a freight conductor in your employ named a. On one _ occasion when to train a slowly passing my place Tala in no Eye caught my Wiles Eye. He bowed aug he was injudicious enough to retort the salutation. As be passed the Bouse fre Tolly on i train this Man continued to Bow of my wife and the Darling girl Little thinking of the trouble that was to Coom. Continued i judiciously to return his Sai Tallyn. At last sir emboldened by i Roe Cesa in receiving recognition from my cute this Man dropped Ber a note. She was foolish enough i regret to admit it sir aha was foolish enough to pick it no. 1 Ned not detain Yon with a Long Story of the events that led to the finale. The Mon Stow accomplished Bis hellish design. He be juiced Iny wife. Do Yon remember the time when he received a weeks leave of la Lecce superintendent a. Be. Citizen he lad her astray then. They met on the commons when i happened to be Sway. It Cunt to my ear in such a Way hat could not treat it lightly. I accused my poor dear wife. She admitted her Gola with tears and tagged inv forgive need. I could not withhold it for i love Ber sir. 1 then went to the Man who had thus Ruth Laaly tabbed my happiness. Superintendent and what did he say citizen Well sir. He said what Are Yon going to do about it superintendent and what did Yon tall him citizen that i should apply to you to Bave Bim discharged. And that a what 1 Bave called on you the Day for. Superintendent my dear in i regret exceedingly the misfortune that has happened to you. You May have been cruelly wronged in Tala matter but i can not id a Tere. Tala conductor attends promptly to Bis duties. It would be mistake Tor me to interfere in this mater. I can not possibly undertake to attend to the Morisot a thousand Mec More or loss. It is a very d i then it thing to lev out a curriculum of morals. The Learned gentlemen who Are the principals of the vast Public school system of this great of thriving City to wrangling now in a Moat objectionable manner on this me Subj cd citizen then you refuse to discharge us Zuan superintendent i must refuse kindly but firmly i must refuse. Citizen then 1 Sabau talks my own Loans. Superintendent of course. That is too right. Citizen yes. Ill Lull a Fence there the atoll Stop him alter this and now one of the prominent objects of the Thrifty town of is a Fence Nix Tew feet High. Tit
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