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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - August 2, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana
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Reed editor of the people City or. Reed if the Indianapolis police want to get they will have to get some one on the Force that has some since. Damn such a Pali of Force. I pass them every Day but none of them can recognize me. I am a non of a by a on wheels Bennett and Are. Smith found guilty of murdering the husband of the latter Dov a in new Jersey have been granted a new trial. The sympathetic folks should now be Satis Fiek and when again found guilty and sentenced permit the Law to take course without let or hindrance. Athe constables have Acain begun raiding houses of ill Fame. It looks As if that Matte should be attended to by the police. As this disgraceful raiding is Only done in the interest of fees and not the morals of the Community it looks As if it should not be done by either constables or police. These Midnight raids never lessened the social evil and never will. They Only tend to sink the degraded prof tit utes inti a still lower hell. Said a gentleman who has Given the cow question attention Quot the Dairyman in this Vicinity drive their cows into the City nights Ami mornings to . I a we have to laugh to think what infernal fools these Dairy or it a must be when by turning their cows out on Thyl commons ail around the City late City could secure far better Quot pasturage tiie journal is sort of crazy like on the cows Ruinn Ninga arge question. Death on the rail. Charles St. Clair formerly a Painter in the or ploy of the grand hotel Quot and subsequently in the employ of the i., c., and l. Railroad company As freight brakeman was knocked off a train on last sunday while Pas sing under a Bridge near Lawrenceburg and killed. He leaves a Young wife in this City having been married but a few Mont Lis. Criminals Quot with masks. New Yolk Sui. This certainly is a remarkable time. What false Chin we Call it when prayer meeting exporters perpetrate murder when a murderer fresh from his cruel work calmly goes to Church to listen to a ser Moji on Hejl when another i murderer retires to his closet after his crime to engage in prayer when a p air of religious mania amps sacrifice their Little child to show their Faith and when a father kills Hisor springing order to better their condition and Solace his hours pending trial by Reading the new testament at this time it cannot Surprise anybody to find men noted for their piety committing such minor offences As Steung. Forgery and fraud. Of this c of offences we have of recent years had Many examples Here in new York. There Are few fashionable churches that have new York has had another terrible horror. This time in Broad Daylight. The Foreman of a Candy manufactory was assaulted in the Street by an italian to whom he refused a work who with his knife Cut Hig heart in Twain. This occurred on thursday week. We condense from the new York Sun of Friday. At about o clock yesterday evening the firemen Hook and ladder company no. 10 noticed a a in loitering about on Fulton Street near the engine House. He waa dressed in a slovenly manner and his heavy worsted shirt showed a Largo portion of his Brawny Throat. He was about five feet nine inches in height and evidently possessed of colossal strength but his face wish heavy Brown moustache and it our Days stubble of Beard and whisker had nothing repossessing about it. All the features were heavy and brutal and so marked was the ferocity of the countenance that Many of the passers by stopped to gaze upon the Man who kept his hands in has pockets and seemed to be slightly under the influence of liquor. As six o clock approached the employees of a. Slam son amp co., confectioners began to pour out of the Man Ufa Ory at 32 Dey Street. Many of them on their Way Home passed the Corner of Fulton and Church streets and saw the ill looking Man who now pulled his soft hat Over his eyes and evidently tried to avoid recognition but several of the men now passing knew who he was and avoided them for he had once worked with them in the confectionary Liere he made himself for the most part feared and disliked. Among the last to Start from the manufactory were Michael Bolender of 108 Thompson Street Foreman of the Gumdrop department. He was a German about 48 years old and a steady hard working Man. He had been employed by or. Slauson for 13 years and had amassed Sumnieng Money to maintain his family in Comfort. He had a wife and six children ranging in age from 18 months to 18 years. Last autumn owing to a falling off of business Many of the factory hands had to be discharged and among them was Frank portello the Man who was loitering near the engine House last evening. He had applied again and again to Foreman Bolender to be taken Back but his application had not been successful and when last monday the Foreman re engaged certain of the old hands he once More rejected portello s claim to be reinstated. This aroused portello to a frenzy and he vowed to be revenged upon Bolender. With Bolender As he walked along Church Street toward Fulton were Edward needling and William Roberts also Foreman in or. Slauson s manufactory. The three walked abreast Bolender Between his companions his arms linked in theirs and a Man name Valentine a Treitz also connected with the manufactory a Short distance in the rear. The three in front were in High spirits and Bolender was amusing himself at the expense of Roberts who wore a very White coat. Just before starting from the manufactory Bolender had taken a Large piece of Rock Candy from the shelf and placed in the watch pocket of his Vest intending it As a treat for youngest child. As the three men approached the Corner where portello was standing the latter quietly stepped behind a pillar supporting the elevated Railroad and wailed their approach. Twenty people saw him but one dreamed of the purpose on Wirich he was ii edit. On came the three men laughing and talking but none of them saw the figure behind the Post. They passed him and then the Man quickly Drew a Ong Butcher s knife old and Well worn but whetted to the keenness of a razor from inside his shirt. Two Steps took him close behind the men who had just passed him and reaching Over the shoulder of needling who was walking on the outside he struck with such Force and accuracy at Bolender s breast that the knife penetrated his clothing exactly Over his heart. But the piece of Rock Candy that Bolender was Carr it ing Home to his child turned the Point aside and for a moment saved his life. It was Only for a moment. The Foreman started Forward and attempted to escape i it portello excited to ten fold ferocity by the failure a f his first attempt seized him by the Arm and plunged the knife into his loft Lucast. This time there was no mistake. The ten Inch Islade penetrated to the Hilt and As the a a Busl ii Cunt examination indicated Clove the heart completely in two. The murdered Man did not fall at once. To rushed at the open door of George Talcot s establishment i few feet away dyeing the sidewalk with his blood As he ran and taking a Short circular course he pitched headlong to the pavement on his face. Such was the Force of the fall that he Slid fully three feet along the ground Inid then turning his face upward he gasped Throe or four times and Lay still. Meanwhile the murderer with the knife in his hand deliberately started to walk away. The crowd As Emble l at the Corner had stood apparently stupefied for nearly two minutes but this action of portello s aroused them. With one Accord they rushed Forward to seize him but in the Centre of the Street the murderer turned upon them like a . He is an italian and can speak hardly a word of ent Lish it his action was far More significant than words. With the knife dyed with the blood of his victim in his upraised hand and a fiendish look in his eyes he presented a figure that nobody there cared to attack ind the crowd quickly melted away. Portello walked slowly across Fulton Street taking a Diagonal course until he stood before the hat store of simis amp sons where he found his Way barred by policeman Londrigan. He presented his knife at the of Flitcr s breast and with a Quick imperious motion of the disengaged hand ordered him out of the Way. The policeman however kept him off Vita his club while he warily watched for an Opportunity to Rush in upon him and Knock him Down. It is questionable whether he would have succeeded in this or whether the italian would have numbered another victim for while the fencing match Between the club and tie knife was in Progress policemen Meany and Millet arrived. Meany knocked the Man Down with Iii Cui but he still held the knife in his hand and Ven on the ground defended himself desperately. At this moment Deputy marshal Kolk who was expecting to make an near Broadway and Fulton Street came to the assistance of the police he had his club with him and with a Sharp blow he knocked the knife out of the murderer s hand but in a second he had it again and was dealing sweeping strokes at his assailants. Then policeman Londrigan grasped his wrist with one hand while he clubbed him Over the fingers with the other and finally forced him to drop his weapon but not before his own hand had been severely Cut. Then the crowd that had stood aloof before surrounded the disarmed prisoner and became valiantly clamorous for his life. They were allowed to carry the body of the murdered Man to the police station but the police took portello there themselves. He presented a frightful figure As he was led through the Street. His head seemed to be literally Cut open and his clothing was saturated with blood. But he Sang tto Ftp Phil Plum Jutt amp Usta 18.79. Evening on Fox the of Ople. The Wiki. As eastward the shadows Are us entry weeping the wind Boms evening song Over the Lea and the elves of the Twilight their revels Are keeping All along where the River runs Down to the sea. Like pictures in memory vivid and glowing the Clouds Wear strange tinting a of Light and of Shade reflections that brighter than truth in the showing Are like pictures in memory Des thied to fade. The skies Are aflame and the Hill sides Are Golden the River runs swiftly the tide at flood and the Pines Uke tall sentries stately and Olden guard their posts with their he nets All red As with blood. On the bold open Bluff like a Young Merman scheming. A truant boy stands with his hands o or his eyes. He is watching the far away sails that Are gleaming in the tropical glow of the warm Southern skies. And up the dark Cove where the Pine Trees benighted moan Over the hut on the darkling Hill Side. The Fisherman s windows Are brightly a lighted a guide to the boat that comes in with the tide. The Boatman his oars on the lockers Are resting As he glides in the Shade of the tall mansion Wall there Are Many fair figures among the Trees fitting and he watches the form that is fairest of All. Tis too late now to hear the Sweet Dove s Planit Lve calling too soon for the Whippo Orwin ghostly refrain and like slumber the Twilight is silently falling on the tired land and the tremulous main. The tall Tiger lilies their petals Are closing but the Marsh Mallow blooms in the heart of the dells. And o or the Black water Fence idly reposing the Fox Glove is swinging her silent red Bells Sunset and Moonrise meet Over the River. And tinting of Opal and glimmering Sheen on the ferns and the shells of the Steep inlets quiver where erstwhile the Gay fairy Grotto had been. But the fairies no longer with ceaseless Endeavor launch their scallops in Spray or dig Wells on the Shore for the fairy ring leaders Ore banished forever and dance on the Banks of the River no More. Tione too Are the children who laughing and sin ing chased the Pale yellow butterflies Over the strand tie Echos no longer their voices Are ringing. And their foot prints were Long ago washed from the Sand. They grew like the fairies a weary Haiut hearted they red their old haunts and forgot their old games but the shadows of evening recall Tim departed. And the Waves to each other Are whispering their not had to mourn the discovery of a More or to a a less conspicuous member or officer Olio had Jill Lair Ipp a a so far fallen from Grace As to commit some Outra Geotis breach of Trust or to commit of the police station he showed no remorse for his deed but gazed without emotion upon the body of his victim. He said he was glad he had killed him and wished he could have killed the policeman besides. For himself he vowed he would take his life before morning and defied his jailers to prevent him. His knowledge of English was very limited but he was understood to say that he was 38 years of age and a native of Genoa. He had been six years in this country was married and had a Little boy about 18 who being a timid Man gave himself ii to months old. He lived at 38 Baxter Street. When he arrest when he Mil it have run away like the up a Elia old he forgery or to steal or to play the Confidence Frame on Bis friends. A few Quot of tiie hypocrite Cal scoundrels and a very few Are now shut no in jail. Who indeed can Call to Merory any one oilman whose conscience pricked him after his crime was exposed and Arron Urhan to Murat Hayfi run a flir Lite Tho him Uia Vunt a Uii Hueu Boi Newual dui arrest when be might Nave run away like tie moment he had cleared his Throat and went on a others a great stir was lately made about in the same reckless Way As before. He had killed the capture of the savings Bank burglars but Bolender he said because the Foreman was a wretch not a few of the men quartered in Banks of i who deserved to die. He was a confectioner by tide fico a and trustees who have stolen or squad to i away from the manufactory and refused to take him dered the Money left m their keeping con Back even when there was plenty of vacancies. I True to Wear Good clothes and countenances Nally he was obliged to hire himself out As a Street of honesty. Cleaner and go Down the Harbor in the shows. He Boston has rivalled new York in crop detested such employment and when he heard that if in Phlp faced Ren Lobatos and Pfoh in Nair Bolender was going to engage a number of new hands l report rates. Indeed consid Jug confectionery last monday he went to him and ering smaller size it has gone ahead of us asked him for a place. But the Foreman told him to in that growth est eci Aliy of late months go Back avid work upon the shows for there was no take the most recent Case that of James f. Employment for him in the confectionery. Portello , of Newton Ordie of the quiet sub we to be revenged he toe Butcher s the Koife from our of fits Frincu Difu Baxter Street and Loi urls of the Puritan capital who has just tired about near the manufactory for an hour before been exposed As a forger for$7. 000 and More he saw Bolender and his companions coming from this Edmands was a prominent resident of work. He had been drinking during the Day he that place had Long been a leading and re said and had taken both Beer and whisky but he Anomie a moral inf in. In a Barnhar of was not drunk and knew perfectly Well what he was Specto Mercia it in a Oston is a Meinberg of stabbed his Victon. At the the he an old and Well connected family and was Grove to the reporter he was certainly not intoxicated chairman of the Board of aldermen of new but the effects of the liquor he had taken during the ton. Quot his word was As Good As his Bond,&Quot.Day were plainly perceptible upon his language and says the handsome or. Waters Boston and bearing Vertise. So High was his reputation for slowly the Mist rises Over the River softly the Light Dies away in the West and faint As a dream the Young quiver the boats Are All moored and the sails Are at rest Only one Little ski of that shoots out of the hollow crosses the Silvery Trail of the Moon the White crested Ripples for one moment follow and Are lost in the deepening shadows too soon. And so o or the track of Bright memories Ever some fatal remembrance will suddenly Start like a phantom that haunting the shores of the River steals through the dark night to the Depths of the heart. Prince Napoleon s of the reliquary a Tilvis left beside his a Mena. Talis that the body. To Chip murderers. M / to Ham it and him through All his Vicissitudes. there dons the life it Charley a up. Freeman Stone has undergone evolution. The nut like a vent it and Hill wife. Stone constituting basis is surrounded by i a Ltd Antigo a filigree of Fine Gold and is set with life Killin or Timeir various gems. There Are several relics about it. In the Center is a portion of the holy Cross. Possibly it gained Sanctity after losing Virtues As a love Charm. Some of the variants of legend look As if Virtues had gone into the Thermal Waters of Aix la Chapelle which would account for the association of the Serpent with it of old the guardian of Wells. Let Aii Btu a edit Tai was in by spouse to a direct a Miaad from Tate Almi Yaty do Aba about tic by Salt of the trial Mablie interest. New York 8un. Bau Stabi a mass., july 19.�?charles and Bis wife Are patiently awaiting Hortense in the new jail their trial for the murder of f pm Quot a Quot a a attractive Powers their daughter Eiith. It is now nearly three widely different from that of Astrada. The months Ance Freeman in response to what Marian Amulet could not co operate with the he believed to be a demand from god to show the True Cross and Hortense was divorced to the world that there is even now a Faith As it a her husband in 1810. Strong As Abrahams killed his Little girl As it appears to have had equally Little of the she Lay sleeping in her bed. Three months Power originally a sunbed to it in the Case of of almost noutary confinement have not the late emperor. For while it was worn by him and he was writing so solemnly about it in his will dated april 24, 1865, he wrote sadly in another clause of the same instrument that Quot Seldom Render one Justice Quot and Quot it is necessary to consider that irom heaven on High those whom you have loved regard and protect you it is the soul of my illustrious Uncle that has always inspired and sustained whether the late emperor would have expressed himself so strongly about the Talisman if his will had been written after Sedan is questionable. It is open to speculation How far the Young sex Prince was influenced by this Talisman. That which his father wore at his watch Chain the son wore suspended upon his breast As catholics Wear the most sacred Reli quaries in whose protective Virtues they believe. The strange mystical addresses to the diet found anon this youth s papers Roveal a degree of superstition about himself which amounts to a psychological phenomenon. At the seat of War in Africa he displayed a recklessness which has led some to believe that his desire to do Quot something to Eret himself talked about Quot words reported from him by his intimate Friend m. Ami gues amounted to insanity while others believe he sought death. But it is possible that a natural rashness of disposition and the tradition that a Napoleon must begin with a military Halo were turned to fatal forces by secret Faith in the Potency of this Talisman. Moncure d. . Our Book and music table pub honesty and probity among his townsmen that last autumn he was re elected Alderman on an Independent ticket carrying every Ward but one. He was also a prominent member of the first Church at Newton Centre and last sunday his pastor preached a i Wlecial Sermon on his exposure. This Case of Edmands the religious and respectable forger is not exceptional in these Days. Will the theologians explain the seeming Paradox of a Man faithful through a Long series of years in his Church duties who yet flagrantly defies the teachings of religion and outrages the Laws of morality at an age when his character has thoroughly ripened we Bemetz to Milf every on would use hop bitters freely there would be much less sickness and misery in the world and people Arefi is finding thl is out whole families keeping Well at a trifling Cost by use. We advise All to try . Amp a. Rochester n. A a a a an important Ueo logical fact. Geology has shown us that Liture accomplishes her greatest revolution in the Earth s sur fit conformation slowly. Every year the Ilver Makis Channel deeper the Glacier wears a Der forge in the Alpine Rode and the Ocean tide posits the Sand it has crumbled from the rocks non which it Breaks. We note the Earth take and the devastating Hurricane but these changes Are so gradual Man Seldom observes them until the Channel has become overhung in Clifia re Mountain has disappeared fore the icy it Atn i the Oce Ikje has Gitein a a Flonda. Jos it it Lii oat attention h Attra by a cute Dis Aeeti Quot is fevers cholera Etc while chronic Ais easy often the most dangerous in result being blow in their development Are Seldom noticed until they have made an almost Sineff Ceable impression non the system. Persons believing themselves comparatively healthful Are ofttimes the victims of these diseases and Only become aware of their presence when Relief is almost ii possible. Diseases of the liver a stomach fire the com Morin St of these chronic affections in r. Pierce s Golden medi Ltd a Dis covery and Pleu Aat puff native pellets Bra Rio sep full ii a remedies for these a leases. They produce a healthful secretion of the bile prevent indigestion by regulating the bowels and impart a vigorous tone to a the whole system. Cook s latest confession. Now admitting that Buzzell hired him for $100 to shoot miss Hanson. Boston july 24.�?charles w. Cook whose testimony hanged Buzzell As an sic Essory to the murder of Susan Hanson after he had been acquitted As a principal has made another confession. It will be remembered that Cook swore on the second trial of Buzzell that Buzzell first hired him to shoot miss Hanson and then when on the last moment his Cook s courage failed Buzzell threatened to shoot him unless he fired. Then he shot miss Hanson As she sat in a room of her House with her Mother and brother. After Buzzell s conviction and sentence to be banged Cook made an affidavit that his confession was perjury and had been extorted from him by two Boston detectives. On the strength to of this last confession str Huoy is of lorts were Modesto save Buz Asell s life without Avail. Novi Thal he is hanged Cook has sent for his counsel to Tell him this Riith about the Lii i or. He says that -Buz-2s�u did hire him i o�9l00 to shoot miss Sanson and that the Money was never paid bit that Buzzell was not with him on the night of the murder and that he did. Not se3 him till Day get next morning. Isis a Connie for Basil s refusal to deny that he had something to do with the murder while always insisting that he did not kill miss Hanson. Beaini fibs. Ladies you cannot make fair skin Rosy Cheeks and sparkling of a yes Smith All the cos Metsios of France or beautifies of the world while in poor health and nothing will give you such Good health strength and Beauty Ai hop bitters. A trial is certain proof. See Ano or column. Harper s weekly. In the will of Napoleon Iii. Occurs tie following remarkable passage with regard Tom son let him keep As a Talisman the Seal i used to Wear Atta Clied to my watch and which comes from my Mother let Liim carefully preserve everything Thiu comes to me from the emperor my Uncle and let him be conv Lucid that my heart and my soul remain with him. The telegu am from Cape town Ali ice announced the finding of the late sex Prince Imperial contains these words the Prince s body was found stripped of All clothing but had not suffered any mutilation and the reliquary which he wore suspended by a Chain from his neck together with his watch and rings was found lying near the spot where he foil. The which the late emperor so solemnly enjoined his son to Wear which he did Wear and which returns to his Mother from that wild scene beside the to Bakala is almost certainly the once famous Charm of Charlemagne. It has a More interesting Story than any Gem in Europe if not in the world. In the course of studies for other purposes i have recently come upon legendary traces of this curious object. Quot la plus Belle Relique de l Europe Quot a French antiquarian described it in the last generation was by one of the magi belong no to the court of Haroun Al Raschid who came from the East to pay homage to the great emperor of the West along with cer i Ain ambassadors. The wife of Charlemagne Astrada asked the magi for a Talisman which would always cause her husband to be fascinated by wearer and this Charm was framed at her instance. But another fable ascribed to it the following origin while Charlemagne had his seat at Zim Loch near Zurich administering exact Justice to All he had a column fixed at his Gates with a Bell and a rope. It was open to anyone demanding Justice to sound this Bell and when the emperor heard it even though at his a neals he would instantly answer the summons. On one occasion the Bell was repeatedly rung without any person being found near it. At length an enormous Serpent was found twined around the rope. The emperor hearing this immediately went Forth the Serpent inclined respectfully Lefore him and then moved slowly off Charlemange followed it to the River where he saw a monstrous Toad sitting upon the nest and eggs of the Serpent. Resolved to administer Justice to All creatures the emperor ordered the Toad to be burned. A few Days after this Serpent crept into the judgment Hall bowed Low to the emperor crept upon the table and having dropped a precious Stone into a Golden Goblet glided quietly away. The emperor impressed by this Marvel built on the spot where the Serpent s nest had been a Church called he gave the precious Stone to his beloved spouse Astrada. The Stone so Drew toward her the emperor s love that he could not suffer her out of his sight. In the hour of her death the Empress dreading lest another should succeed her in the affections of the emperor placed the Gem beneath her Tongue and it was buried with her. Charlemange could not separate himself from the body and for eighteen years carried it about with him. At last his confessor by some Black Art discovered the Stone and Virtues after which Charlemange allowed the body to be interred and transferred his Afflec Tion to the Oon Flessor who became his prime minister archbishop of Mainz and chair cd Llor of the Empire. But then either in a moment of repentance or anger this individual threw the Stone into a Lake Nearl nge it them. Then the affection of Charisma he was diverted from his former favorite to the Lake fluid he built beside it a Palace for whose Deco Atiim his other Imperial residences were made re. But when Charlemange came to die i throes were Llong and violent and the archbishop knowing the cause had the Lake dragged for the Gem be had thrown into it. The Talisman having been restored to the Iwerson of the Monarch he died peacefully 1814. The Tomb of Charlemange at Aix la Chapelle was opened by Ottolin in 997, and it is said that the wonderful Gem was found suspended from his. Neck. However that May be the Gem has been for a Long time the most valued relic in Aix la Chapelle when it was presented to the City by Napoleon i. It was at a moment when it seemed to Many pre eminently to himself an avatar to chair Elmange. Nap Leou Iii est need it to his favor Ite Hortense i devant Queen of Holland. At her death in 1837, it passed to her son Napoleon ill. It shared his imprisonment with him. The Abby s temptation by Eunile . Listed by Peterson Brothers Zola is now upon the Topmost round of his popu Larity. He is the leading French Romance writer of the ago hid it May presumably be asserted has already written his Best works. L Assoc Weir and the abbe s temptation could not Well be reproduced in disguise and it is doubtful if be could Ventiere As boldly in any oth it a direction and tie successful Only a Man of Subtle and thrilling drama tie Power could make inter Estiu a at Liast to the cd is it of read hers who Izidoro Zolini the Story of the uneventful arvo Rioual Hie of a country euro whose charge was a Degradi a monotonous Corii Nune. Vot the Alibe Mourt l guileless uncomfortable and devote Chi sting forever in a state of ecstatic exaltation of mind Isa very interesting person in the first Book in the second he becomes More so to Are still refer ring to the great mass of Zola s admirers. The abbe becomes prostrated with brain fever the result of severe tension upon heart brain and nerves and is Spir tort away by his physician to a lonely Lodge in the boundless Shade of a Villa Garde no the lonely Garden of Fieira Doii shut in by Walls and i Jolt and neglect from All the world beside. Here the abbe is faithfully nursed Back to life by a half wild and wholly unsophisticated girl. His health is is restored but his tii ekers and his memory is Impi red but he is cd timely Happy for he Spei his Days and nights in the a Den of Paradise with his handsome Louiie nurse existing Only in the present and for each other and totally oblivious of the past. The Sentiel May easily be imagined. The blighting influence of returning memory the recall to his old Peaple and duties struggle Quot torture and death scenes. The closing scene in the Book is realistic and repulsive. We should prefer a Little Amer a can or English sentimentality or almost and thing to the brutal and grovelling finale that came above the grave of poor heart broken Nannette. The abbe s temp tuition is sold by Bowen Stewart amp co., Ndia Adolis. Mias Margery s roses by Robert Mevers published by t. H. Peterson Ltd Brothers Phi Hidel phia. A love Story of the Nuiet Type with a familiar plot. A hero handsome and Rich is in love with the elder sister and marries the prettier Yot Mger one. The elder loves him but sacrifices herself and leaches the younger one to love him also and they All make terrible mistakes and have serious heart troubles but Bear them with the of heroes or rather of christians. But finally of course the younger sister All things right by doing and the widower and elder sister fulfil her Quot las Quot to and . There is a great Deal about roses in tie Book relevant and irrelevant in fact roses seem to pervade the ii gets of them All and to have some indirect i flu enee u on their destined which is never made very Plain. There is a Largo Cluss of readers who will pronounce Margery s roses Quot a charming Bookend to them we cheerfully commit it. For smile by Bowen Stewart to co., Iii Panapolis. American humor a new edition of major a ones courtship. The lovers of genuine Aiu Eriean humor will be to learn that messes. T. B. amp brother the Well known Philadelphia publishers have in and will is portly new and enlarged edition of Quot major Jones ii work that has been accorded the reputation of Bei Neone of the very Best humorous Bonks of the can Tui. As since publication More than thirty cars a of it held a it the head of Pete so Quot a s humorous and has through numerous editions having had a larger Sale than any other Ameri Oan Book of class. While other books of humor Many of greater pretensions have had transient popularity and passed into oblivion the quaint narration of the Georgia rustic s courtship is As fresh to Dav and As popular with the present generation of readers As it was with those who first welcomed it to the world of letters Over a Quarter of a Century ago. This facts a most practical evidence of enduring popularity has induced the messes. Peterson to effect with author our worthy and Veteran senior for the publication of a new revised and improved edition embracing new matter and beautifully illustrated with Sventy one full Page engravings. When it is considered that this edition has bad the careful of the author will be rendered most attractive by additional scenes and incidents and will be printed from new plates on Fine paper it is reasonable to predict for it an almost unprecedented Sale surpassing that which greeted first appearance. The new edition will be a handsome volume comprising about 3it0 pages and will be bound in cloth and paper. In the latter form the Price Grill be Only seventy five cents. The Art Amateur for August. A monthly journal devoted to the cultivation of Art in the household. The present interesting number of the Amateur opens with a portrait and sketch of the works of Sarah Bernhardt the actress who has added to her sensational reputation that of artist. She has hired a gallery in London and exhibits there sixteen Oil paintings and ten busts which the Amateur pronounces Quot so Many Brilliant Sarah Bernhardt is certainly a ver it remarkable woman and drawing a veil Over her private life All must Admire the indomitable Energy which despite her poverty and ill health has made her Public career a splendid Success. She intends visiting this country at a not very Distant Day. My note Book the Art gallery Art news decoration and furniture ceramics Art needlework the naturalist Art publications. Correspondence and notes and hints Are the different departments of the Magazine and All contain most interesting essays instructions letters gossip and generally valuable information upon Art and Art matters. The Amateur is published by Montague Marks no. 571 Broadway new York. Terms of subscription f3, including postage. The Magazine of Art for july has on first Page a very Fine engraving from a painting i the Toyal Academy exhibition by E. , called Quot the the third number of Quot pictures of the year Quot gives us descriptions of the latest works of miss a Montalba mrs. Jopling miss Alice Havers mrs Thompson or. John r. Reid or. Bough ton and a number of others with copies of several of the most interesting pictures that Are Hung on the Walls of the Academy. Among these Are Quot a Little woman Quot by mrs Perugini the daughter of Charles Dickens Quot May morning Quot by miss Jessie Macgregor and Quot after the Duel Quot a very telling and picturesque subject beautifully handled Quot dualism in Art Quot and Quot Vicissitudes of Art treasures Quot Are continuations of those instructive serials. Quot sketching grounds Quot gives an exquisitely illustrated trip to the Peak of dem Shire Quot our living artists Quot a sketch of Erskine Nicol a. R. A., with copies of his works Quot Royal scottish Academy Quot and Quot or. Seymour handed on etching Quot Are attractive illustrated articles. On the last Page is a copy of Quot motherhood Quot a Fine statue by ambrogio Borghi. The Magazine of Art is published by Cassell Patter it amp co., 686 Broadway new York. The american for August comes As usual Frith Good practical Farmer s and housekeeper s experience and talk. Hints forthe work of the month sundry humbugs american products in England editorial correspondence. Among the Farmers hints and helps Home topics boys and Chrls the doctor s in and our Puzzle Box Are the principal departments and All contain a Timber of excellent and interesting sketches and recipes. The agriculturist is published by the Orange Judd company n. Vicks illustrated monthly Magazine for july opens with a Ual handsome Watercolour drawing and usual sensible editorials. The other contents Are water plants and water Sites Abutilon correspondence giving much useful experience pleasant gossip which is very pleasant indeed and our Young people abounding in anecdotes fells How or. John Hepworth a noted Naglish Gardinaire became a Florist is his boyhood. Published by James Vick Rochester n. There was a Lively skirmish Between Sain Bannister of the Herald and a crazy tramp of last monday morning in which axes revolvers and base Ball bats were employed. The chief cause of the dispute being a handsome Carriage Robe upon which the Man had spent a comfortable night in Sam s stable and which he therefore desired to take away changed his views nor those of his wife. The prosecuting officers thou first that time might develop a latent insanity so that the state of Massachusetts would not be obliged to prosecute a Man and a woman whose act seemed that of insanity but whose appearance conduct and conversation Are those of the most rational persons. He is to Day As calmly confident that god had some Purise he does not know exactly what in directing him to slay his daughter As he was on the Day of his arrest and mrs. Freeman though never failing to mourn the loss of her baby has overcome the melancholy that shadowed her after her arrest and now says with great Confidence that god had a purpose in it All. And that he does not look upon her husband and herself As murderers. The interest that this Case has excited far and wide becomes More and More evident to the officials who have these prisoners in charge. Letters have been received from san Francisco and from very Many other places asking for information regarding the Freeman s Mode of life during Imp son ment and particularly whether they still believe they were justified in the act. Reports of very Many sermons taking All views of the matter have been sent to the Jailer at Barnstable for Freeman and his wife to read and two pamphlets have been published one containing the Story of the act with the parents reasons for doing it. While the other with a Brief introduction that tells the Stoi a of the murder briefly is made up of a num Ber of sermons in Quot full bearing upon the the trag etly. Both of these pamphlets have had t it cursive sales orders having been received for them from London. Lawyers in new York Philadelphia and Boston continue to make offers to defend or. And mrs. Freeman and the Money to defray any expenses could be easily made up were a list to be opened. Freeman knows something of this interest but not much and his wife know nothing of it. It is seemingly a matter of the slightest possible consequence to Freeman. What he Longs for and looks Forward to the religious effect that his act will have on Mankind. As he recently said Quot the truth is terrible. It is too Strong for Moat men but if they would Only accept it As i have a i opted it or has god has enabled to to accept it they would soon reach a Clear and unclouded state of the mind when Many things that Are now doubted would be made Clear to he insists when he talks at All that one object of the revelation that was made to him he certain was to awake men out of the dead and alive condition in which christians As a whole exists to Day. It will be seen from this that Freeman not changed at All since his arrest. There Are no More signs of insanity to Day to be discovered in his speech or manner or those of his wife than they were at the time of the tragedy less if anything. Their prison he since their removal to the new jail a matter that the Jailer and the chaplain the Only persons who see them say very Little about. Freeman very Early discovered that peo Jile tried to see him under pretence of talking upon religious matters but really out of curiosity alone. Be therefore requested the Jii Iler to allow no one to see him excepting his family in feuds and the Chapli in and mrs. Freeman made a like request. It has Lieen obeyed. Nobody can pass the Iron Dot Jor of the jail for the Purpo of talking with them. The writer has however Len Able to glean some of interest. Mrs. Freeman life was at one time despaired of has grown Fleshy and is now perfectly Well. The change began tie moment she taken to the new jail. Many people no die ill the Danio foul smelling loft in which she Wasi con tidied for want of better accommodations Uhitil the new jail was Tiri shed. She never complained of it but she began to take More and Morei Terest in daily trifles As soon As she was transferred to the airy cell she now occupies. She fixed her cell up so that it looked neat and then she began to look for some Little tidy work or Ligh. Sewing to occupy her lands. Sitting in Lier cell or in the corridor she can look out upon the Village streets and see the Little Bustle at the depot. She brightened up greatly from Daj to Day and Vohen the Jailer told her she would be allowed to receive letters subject to examination from her husband she became Verj Happy. She began to think of the dead child As she Koukl of one from whom she was temporarily separated but she Seldom or never Speaks o act except to say that Quot Charlie was j . The supreme cd it Urt Kidi Hai jurisdiction in murder cases in Massa fish setts sits in Barnstable county Only Onee a ear therefore his trial will not take place Otil a year after the tragedy. There wih be i 0>chance for a special session unless it is held in the summer months and it is understood that the judges Don t like to give up any part of their vacation. There is an october term at which Freeman and his wife will be called in to plead to the indictment but this is a Law term Only and not for the trial of criminal causes. There is no. Doubt now about the trial. There seems to be no option in the matter. The Coroner in his Vermut say the crime was premeditated the physicians at the inquest pronounced Freeman and his wife sane and no Iury de Lunatic inquire do could now find that they were insane. As Freeman expects to defend himself and his wife on the ground that the killing conscientious act of duty it is probable thai the whole religious Side of the Case May be one into at the trial. The prevailing feeling Ere is that no jury can Ever begot together in Massachusetts who can agree upon a verdict. Attacking the mini stubs the paragraphs that a Street preacher inserted among religious notices. For six months past the ministers of Brooklyn have been annoyed by the appearance in the column of an evening newspaper among their religious notices of attacks on them As a class. The paragraphs have contained scathing denunciations of methodist ministers in particular. The authorship of these notices As been attributed to some infidel or perhaps humanitarian As the writer seemed to have a beef in deity. A reporter s diligent inquiry however resulted in the discovery that the notices were written by a preacher. Or. Kennion who preaches three limes on sunday once at the Battery once at Roosevelt Street ferry and once at the ave Points and then at 6 o clock on six evenings of the week successfully at Abingdon Square Tompkins Square the Battery Jackson Square. Water Street and Roosevelt Street ferry. The prefix to or. Kennion s name is not because of any ecclesiastic degree that has been conferred upon him. For he is not even an Ordinary preacher. He says that he reformed a few years ago from habits of dissipation and went earnestly into the work of preaching to the lowly and that while he toiled in summer s heat and Winter s cold getting barely enough to support himself it converting Many hundreds the ministers with fat salaries in Brooklyn preached and lectured drank Tea and wine and had a smooth time of it except when they got into a scandal or an ecclesiastical fight. Or. Kennion Labouring in the Street wherever a ragged girl or boy could stand and listen to his sermons could not help he says marking the contrast Between his congregation and the congregations that pay from 300 to $600 a year for the pews they sat in thirty or forty sundays in the year. Or. Kennion has in sparingly denounced the system which he says has produced this state of things and to make his words More effective he has had the notices spoken of sandwiched among the religious notices that ministers and Church members As Well As that Large of itinerant Church goers who decide with the Aid of these notices Wiere to go to Church on sunday eagerly read of saturday nights. Last saturday night one of these notices was As follows / Hurch scandals it is a disgrace on the Nomi a Nal christians of this Day that the press must write tie Trutlin about their conduct in terms decidedly opprobrious. Quot we stand amazed at instances of work Liness in the godly and High principle in the in Rudly Quot Quot Quot is. Then the social principle of the Church so much higher after All than that of the world Quot Quot the enemies of evangelists Quot and the work of Quot hiding away the outcast Quot arc among the Quot burs and nothings Quot in Pul int and Pew backsliders dead souls which bring reproach on Christ s cause live in condemnation destroy the spirit Pality in the Church display their phyla teries and provoke the world Ling s visibility. The following is a specimen of the modern Type Quot of minister of tie gospel Quot the Rev. George Bowers of co Oriville n. J., was arraigned in Tom it it Orville a j., on thursday bust on five indictments for forgery. He forged notes to the value of sgt la a few weeks a of and was arrested in Boston Lowers pleaded guilty and was sent iced to three years in state prison Quot Quot others have passed from pulpit to cell for Var Lou state crimes and More yes Uriu fucked will follow. The Church must be rid of ministerial wife prisoners seducers and murderers like Haydo deceivers and rogues of All grades holy Pun honest virtuous men must he the Spiri Tiia Quot pastors of the future. Humble Meek kindly Loving men must be up to fill the desecrated Rost Nims of the itinerant scoundrels of the present or. Kenn Ioil when recently questioned about his enmity to the clergy produced from Liis pocketbook newspaper clippings of the crimes and escapades of numerous clergymen As justification of his feeling. He was asked whether the ministers did not Aid him in his woj k. He replied Quot Uliey neither help nor harm me. It is god s work and they have nothing to do with he then run Over a of Brooklyn clergymen telling about the scandal of tins one and that one s alleged hypocrisy another one s habits and he fiercely denounced them but not so broadly As in Quot the following which is also among the religious notices referred to Chirch drones ministerial sluggard Lazy gospel ers would be popular divines itinerant arrogant impudent Pul Piters pompous functionaries Mosera of the. Was Justi Crafty demagogues conceited Cox comic lied in the sight of god in doing it and thus i As Are the majority of our shepherds and spiritual living up to the Faith that he had. A few t Sondes have become absolutely worthless to win souls weeks ago she begged the privilege of doing Ltd Quot Quot Quot a a a fit Quot cent of them Arede in mrs in tier Rhc Tonolo a Nom Faan. Some House work to do some Light for the family. Prison restraints fall very lightly upon her. Mrs. Freeman has seen her husband Only three times since they were committed to jail. Once they merely smiled and once they nodded to each other and once Freeman said a few words of a commonplace nature to her. These occasions were at the Chapel service on sunday. There Are Only sixteen prisoners in the jail and these meet in a Little open space at the end of the jail on sunday afternoons for religious services. Of the first sunday of these services Freeman did not care to come out of his cell. Bat the next sunday he did and looking up to the corridor above the ground tier he saw his i de the better for conversion of us adj a rift Cit i the of saints and the Extension of Christ s King wife sitting there with the Only other female prisoner a woman confined for stealing. Freeman smiled and his wife did the same. Then they both took an Earnest part in the services paying close attention to the Sermon and singing some of the Moody and Sankey hymns. Quot mrs. Freeman is the most gentle tenderhearted and Ladylike women i Ever saw said Jailer Inma n. Quot she grows even More and More gentle. Yet she is smart and has plenty of spirit and courage. I cannot understand How she could have consented to the sacrifice of the child. I should have thought it would have killed her. But i never speak to her upon that subject. I know she must have acted conscientiously As did her did you Ever detect any signs of insanity about her or her husband Quot Quot never. They Are not insane and never have been since they came Freeman spends much of his time in his cell Reading and writing. He is perfectly Well although confinement makes him a Little restless at times As he always has been used to a very Active life. The Rev. Or. Walker is the Only person with whom he has talked about the death of Edith. Even in such conversation the act has not been alluded to excepting incidentally As was necessary in speaking of his religious convictions. He argues with the same Force that he did at first. He has tried to examine himself and see whether he could have mistaken the voice of god but As time passes the conviction grows stronger and stronger that god spoke to him and commanded him As he did Abraham and this conviction brings him perfect peace of mind. One thing has Given Lim great sorrow. He has heard that his adventist friends had Many of them applied to join the methodist Church at Pocas set and he fears that it argues a loss of that perfect Faith and Trust in god they had when worshipping As a separate denomination. Quot of if i could Only see them Quot he said recently Quot and talk to them i could speedily set them right again Freeman takes More interest in his trial than he did at first and there is Little doubt now but that he looks for an acquittal. At the same time he says that he is ready and he knows that his wife is ready for whatever is god s will. Quot we Are in god s hands he will protect us. Nothing that men can do will cause us to suffer or to be punished. If men Only had the truth As we he Ivy it they could see the difference Between an act Htit god demanded and murder so he is reported recently to have said to the Rev. Or. Walker. It is probable Tiit Freeman will have to remain in jail yith his wife until next May be Ury and vacation pastimes Are the Modem traits of a false religion anti Christ in spirit and anti Christ in Precept doctrine and character these counterfeits have half filled churches empty galleries Are icebergs Arctic chills Frozen pools in the spiritual realm the rank and the file of the masses Christ s poor spiritually minded people Are excluded shut out and denied adequate gospel pabulum. Shame on these false professors the people who support them begin to see the imposture discover the the Kilter s knavery and wince under the ecclesiastical extravagance duplicity and infamy the burdens oppressions tyrannies assessments Pew rents collections Etc., overtax them to distraction the immense machinery is far too costly for equivalent or advantage derived by saints or sinners the few men who defray the expenses of running the churches Are tired of the incessant drafts and drags on their Coulters the sooner salaries Are Abol a Quot Quot Quot a Quot Justement a a of until he Oomes. Among this crowd Bave been discovered wife beaters murderers seducers forgers frauds of All grades and fiendish scamps some Are undergoing imprisonment for their crimes those who have not fled the country still remain to be sentenced for their abominable Villa were three of these notices in a recent Issue which seemed designed As a parting Salute to the numerous clergymen who were bound for Europe and various watering places. Pr�scripti01v Frei for the speedy cure of seminal weakness loss of manhood and All disorders brought on by indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the ingredients. Addrea Davidson amp co., 78 Nassau St. New York. Je71y Quot totally different from All the Quot London hair color restorer Quot is the most delightful article Ever introduced to the american people and is totally Dlf Terent from All other hair restorers being entirely free from All impure ingredients that Render Many other articles for the hair Ono adorm. 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