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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 7, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a miss k i quote. A f that Lydia e. Phi shuts vegetable compound b Halljr caring backache a laziness faintness irregular it and All female complaints. A a to out Ady Kab pm inti urgent Botnen no longer doubt the to True of Lydia e Pinkhan a vegetable compound. It speedily relieves irregularity suppressed or painful men strut inc a Cuitti fat Tittl by k. A. K Nachet. Monday. Oct. 7. 1895. Tonight. Caledonian society regular meeting. Father o Leary Council. C. B. L a la Gular meeting. Centennial reception com Mitteer Wayne hotel Parlours labor unions working Girla Union bricklayers Union a. G Porter Lodge no. 14, b. Of l. F. Lodges St. Mary s Lodge no. 14, f. Amp a. M. Fort Wayne Lodge no. 14, 10 0. Of Phoenix Lodge no. 101. K. Of p j. D. Edwards Lodge of modern Woodmen. Prayer meetings St. Paul m e. Church third presbyterian Church. North Side Baptist Mission. Wayne Street m. B. Church United Brethren Church Lakeside Mission Zelt b Hall. Cottage meetings residences of o. B. Fitch no. 407 Calhoun Street Frank Starkle no 137 Cass Street Rev. George e. Davies no. 432 West main Street. Tons weakness of the stomach indigestion bloating Lucor rho a womb trouble flooding nervous prostration headache general debility Etc. Symptoms of Tomb troubles Are dizziness faint is extreme lassitude Quot Don t care Quot and Quot want to be left alone Quot feelings excitability Irrilla Busty nervousness sleeplessness flatulence melancholy or the Quot blues Quot a id backache. Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound win Correct All this trouble As site As the Sun shines. That Bea incr Down feel engr causing pain weight and backache ii instantly relieved and a it permanently cured by its use. Under All circumstances it acts in perfect Harmony with the Laws that govern Tho female system is As harmless As water. It is wonderful for kidney complaints in either sex. Lydia e. Pin Liam s liver pills work in unison Ritli the compound and Are a sure cure for constipation and sick headache. Mrs. Pinkham s Santive Wash is frequently found of great Viline for local application. Correspondence is freely so cite it i by the Lydia e. Pink Ham Medicine co., Lynn mass., and to in a strictest Confidence ass cd. All druggists sell the Riu Kham remedies. Trio vegetable comp Omid in three forms a liquid Pilla and lozenges. Maker of Ftp a and ajl styles of Bertg to order. Salts amp Cloo a a feel 144 of icim Riverside farm addition. 1 to 5 icee lots for us Seq Nore of Edwin Brandi 174 w. Wajmer f. A Zimmerly amp go. Of re ctr Cal. Rl.v7v��z3ers, Gas and steam pitted s. 1s5 Cacao tolf St Xiet. Pres disc Dysarg. Inc a har m. To 9a.m. At Medicine. 160 w. Cines ick to come. At their Home. George Blat a is free to the i or. To the dispensary iter. Dispensary a aided by a be gospel. Of the forty four state governors in the american Union thirty nine Are avowed believers in religion Twenty nine Are professed christians most of them Are regular attendants at worship and a vast majority Are contributors to the expense of religious work. A Ful canvass of the subject made by the Chicago times Herald discloses these facts and in its Issue today it publishes interviews with Many of the governors concerning their religious convictions responses were obtained from forty three of the state governors and three of the territorial executives. Of the state governors one or. Culberson of Texas declined to define his Sonti ments and no one would speak for him and another. Governor Evans of South Carolina failed to respond in any Way. But those of the other states spoke freely and frankly and it is ascertained that among them there Are ten presbyterians five congregationalists five episcopalians four methodists three unitarians one Baptist one Christian and sixteen unconnected with Church organizations. Of the sixteen governors of states and territories unattached to denominational organizations twelve attend religious services Rej Early or intermittently and All except two one a universalist and the other a Freethinker believe in the Christian religion and its plan of salvation. Ten of them have denominational preferences and even those without such predilection entertain a kindly feeling for the work and an appreciation of its Beneficent results. Of those who declare denominational preferences three Are Metho dist Quot three presbyterians one congregationalist one Episcopalian and one Baptist sectional ism cuts no figure in the religious preferences of the governors except that most of the congregationalists Are new englander and majority of the presbyterians South erne a. But each of the religious bodies have representation in every Sec Tion. The most conspicuous of the Metho a heavy Bdyer i Onge told us that we were the Only of aes to could begin to fill his orders. Just think the others could t even begin How is it that we can do it because we keep every size of every style manufactured. That shows big capital or Good credit. Can t sell cheap goods without it. Low Price must be covered by Large sales and Large sales Points Back again to Large Stock., Here s the clothing. Are you coming surprises in All departments. This season As in past our reputation sustained. Quality the highest. Prices the lowest. With our usual liberality we give our patrons during the present season an elegant Columbia clock. Gee test line of boys and children s Wear in Nortell Jan Indiana. Boat Quality Fabber Fotto Ball in Ith All Beys fruits at 3.�0 and up did. A a 34 and 36 Calhoun St Foellinger Block. Dist governor Are William Mckinley of Ohio and Daniel h. Hastings and curiously enough both Are presidential candidates other governors who attend that Church Are Stone of missis Sippi Cleaves of Maine Clarke of Arkansas Richards of Montana and Foster of Louisiana. The Prea bytes Ian fold embraces governors Matthews of Indiana Allen of North Dakota o Ferrall of Virginia Brown of Maryland Renfrew of Oklahoma and Jefferson Gardner chief of the Choctaw nation in the Indian territory. Among those who lean on that substantial religious Reed Are Stone of Missouri Clough of Minnesota and Jackson of Iowa. Governors Morton of new York a presidential candidate tur Ney of Tennessee Watson of Delaware Prince of new Mexico and Carr of North Carolina Are episcopalians. The Telegram the times Herald received from Indianapolis concerning governor Matthews was As follows Quot governor Claude Matthews comes of scotch presbyterian Stock and is a believer in the doctrines of that Church though he is not a member of any denomination. He attends Church with As much regularity As his situation will permit and holds a family Pew in the second presbyterian Church of this City. Though a presbyterian he can not be said to be a sectarian in the True sense of the term but is More of a Liberal in his views holding to the tenets of the Faith As they Are understood and taught by the Church at this time and not As they were strictly construed by the divines who Drew up the Westminster confession of Faith. Like Many Church goers of the present Day. The governor is identified with the organization whose doctrines he believes Are More nearly in Accord with the teachings of the Bible and he contributes to the support of the gospel because he believes that the Church engaged in a Good work and should be encouraged and supported in it. Mrs Matthews is a Church member and regular attendant upon divine service. Their new pastor. Kev. L. L. Lei Ishii enters on Ilis duties lit the Baptist Church Uit first Mornion on iii i Slor Quot a 1>h1.v a �1� iii far Cert his so Niou Yos larday Klo Nln. There was a Large congregation pros ent yesterday morning at the a Piet Tabernacle to Hiar Rev. L l. Hed Boni Bev. Henson. The anti tammany a movement. Advocates of Reform in the administration of municipal government will watch with interest the War which the moral and commercial forces of new York City have declared upon tammany. That the movement is an Earnest and determined one is proven by its character. Party has been forgotten. Office is not the object. It is fight for the life of the City and to that end the industrious and productive masses who care not what an administration b party Label May be so Long it be honest and efficient have been called by men of All political shades men of pronounced integrity and High character to unite in the common cause of Good government. Such men As Abram s. Hewitt Cornelius Blies. W. Pryor Horace Porter Seth Low and Carl Schuiz have Laid aside their respective political predilections and have joined together in what promises to be the greatest political movement the great City has Ever known. Every political organization excepting tammany in the City no matter what May be its allegiance in state or National politics has been invited to join and if an organization of forces can be effected on the line planned by the leaders of the movement the Battle will be distinctively Between the people and the most powerful and the most corrupt band of political thieves and pirates that has dominated any municipality since the Rule of the Tweed ring. The removal of tammany As a Politi Cal Force in new York and consequently in the nation would open the Wey to future triumphs throughout the country for the honest masses who make governments Strong and useful Over a class of men so common in this generation who seek to govern that they May plunder the governed. Tammany has been a bad example since the War. Its Success in new York City its Force in state politics its Power Ful will in National democratic conventions its ability to put men in High places have inspired corrupt and designing politicians to organize and employ its methods in other cities and these schemes have been Short lived Only because the population especially Western population is not of a character that will Long tolerate Boss Rule. The country Learned the practice of ballot Box stuffing of repeating of poll Book forgery of election rioting from tammany and contractors of Public work were taught by tammany How to buy aldermen. It was not until tammany had set the example that keepers Gro Geries and dance houses were Given seats in municipal councils and was tammany that gave to the country the open sunday Saloon. Such has been the wicked influence of tammany Hall in the United states and honest democrats who unfortunately Are Allied to it by party relations no less than republicans populists or independents would View its fall As the beginning of a Reform in the Republic which must come if the government is to be preserved. How Little the Sintish press represents the British Public is seen in the matter the new America cup Challenge. Tie English press belched Forth fiery Jii Igo a. Several papers even went so far As audio Luce with solemn dignity that it quid be Matiy a year before another Challenge would leave great Britain to sail a race for the cup even if such a Challenge Ever was issued. Englishmen Are True sportsmen Quot Dracula Ray announced another Quot americans Aie Only sporting men. Quot and immediately on the heels of these came the Challenge of or. D. Rose of the Royal Victoria yacht club to sail absolutely without condition a race with any american yacht nest year for the cup. This is sufi client comment on the spirit of the press of great Britain without a word More. The new pastor who taken the place of Rev. S. A. Northrop. Bib theme was Quot the duty of the pastor Quot and he took As the text the second verse of the fourth chapter of second Timothy Quot preach the word be instant in season and out of season reprove rebuke exhort with All Long suffering and doctrine Quot and from it preached a most excellent Sermon. It was he said the duty of the pastor to preach the gospel his life work was not a profession but a calling one to which to had been sum Quot Money by the god and it was his duty to give to it his most consecrated efforts and All the abilities of his mind and body. The duty was a sacred one and he would be held accountable to god for the manner in which he discharged it. He must preach the word As it is Given to us and concerning what that word was there could a no Misako As it had been clearly revealed to us. The minister of the gospel had no business to preach politics in the pulpit. He had a right to his opinions on political questions and he also had the right to express them at the proper times and places and could if he so de amp ired go on the stump during a political Campaign but the discussion of those purely partisan questions he ought to refrain from altogether in the pulpit. It was the pastor s duty to be always ready for his work. He should As the text said be instant in season and oui of season always prepared As the physician was to visit the sick and Comfort the distressed. As far As he was concerned he wanted his congregation the feel that his services were at their command any time of Day or night and he was always ready to respond whenever they needed him. The pastor s duty was to reprove and rebuke members of his congregation when he saw them going wrong and this he should do in a kind spirit and exhort them to Lead holy and acceptable lives before god. Rev. Henson is an Able eloquent practical and interesting pulpit speaker and win prove a popular pastor a the Baptist Tabernacle. He is a hard and industrious worker and his kind words and warm Friendly Grapp of the hand assures his Friendship to All those who have met him. As a preacher he has a Strong delivery and his sermons show deep thought and careful preparation. He is a alive of Kentucky having been born six Miles from Benton in that state on the 3d of August. 1852 he graduated from Clinton College in 18s4 and after teaching for awhile began the study of Law but after practising for awhile he Felt that he had been called by god to preach the gospel and attended the Baptist theological Seminary to fit himself for the ministry. After graduating from that institution he filled charges at Hope. North Vernon and Frankfort ind., and afterwards received a Call to the Fuller memorial Church at Baltimore my which he accepted. In the latter charge he was eminently successful and the Church increased greatly under his ministry. He was president of the Maryland Baptist Young a Tuple s Union and wag also Chitman of the Board of managers of the Baptist Young Pooi it be g Union of Meengs. Program of the revival preparatory Meetin is. Liry will i Etc Hel Ltd at various cling cos aug a is to is Kveum Iuga a arrange inputs. Meetings will be held at Thoi following places this to Tenifa at 7 30. St. Paul m. E Church on Walton Avenue to be led by or. W. F. Baxter Clinton Wilson Leader of Murcic. Third presbyterian Church to be led by Rev. J. W. Of Schall i Arles Yager Lehner Leader of music. North Side Baptist Mission to be led by j. F. Schell w. J. Holt Leader of music. Wayne Street m. E Church to be led by or. D. W. Moriat Ilioram a. Philley Leader of music. Beaver Chapel to be led by George b. Shivers. African m. E. Church to be led by e. A. K. Hackett e. F. Arnelie Leader of music. United Brethren Church to be led by or. C. B. Stenen a. R. Irona Leader of singing. Lakeside Mission led by Paul Moss Man or. W. F. Schry Der Leader of singing. Zali s Hall Corner of Gay Street and Creighton Avenue led by Rev. P. J. Rice. Cottage meetings. There will be cottage prayer meetings at the following places this evening residence of 0. B. Fitch no. 407 Calhoun Street led by s. F. Bowser. Residence of Frank Starkle no. 137 Cass Street led by mrs. J. W. Mitten. Residence of Rev. Geo. B. Davies 432 West main Street led by or. Davies. The regular weekly Union prayer meeting of All the churches interested in the movement will be held at the first Baptist Church on Friday evening to be led by Rev. J. S. Ainslie. Or. E. F. A amp Rynelle will conduct the service of song. Not the change in time of holding the Union prayer meeting. It will be on Friday evenings hereafter so that it May not come on the Day following most of the stated prayer meeting services of the various churches. The general committee will hereafter meet at the first presbyterian Church lecture room on thursday instead of Friday evenings As heretofore. Contested the will. Claimed the father i Borea under be la Grizum mania to Benke wrote it. Denver col. Of t. 7.�?j. A. Clough jr., and r. G. Clough sons of the late John k. Clough president of the North Side savings Bank have Given notice of a contest of the will of their father who deeded the bulk of his estate amounting to $201�,000. To methodist institutions leaving to each of his sons Only the income of a email farm in Maryland. The sons allege that mrs Clough their step Mother brought improper influences to Bear upon their rather which caused him to have a religious mania in Bis enfeebled old age May get a new trial. Action of a juror Patch the Way for a Relt euring. Indianapolis oct. 7.�?evidence came to Light Here saturday Niht that will probably Lead to a new trial in the Hinshaw murder Case at Danville. Jurcoi William Hunt who lives near Danville was Here before he was selected As juror. It is reported that he strayed into a Barber shop and while there he rehearsed the Story of the murder declaring that Hinshaw was guilty. When being selected for jury duty Hunt made the usual statement thai he had not expressed any opinion sul scribe for the sent isl Al wonderful cure. An Iowa lady pronounced incurable. Suffered Twe Tity five years from dyspepsia Atid stomach trouble a remark ble manner in which she became fully cured. Fram Mic i. Christian advocate mrs. Sarah a. Skeels an estimable lady residing at Lynnville Jasper co., was for Twenty five years a sufferer from dyspepsia and her Complete restoration to health is so remarkable that we present the facts in the Case tor the Benefit of our readers Many of whom have doubtless suffered in the same manner and ill therefore be interested in learning How All stomach troubles May be avoided and cured. Mrs. Skeels says i used Only one package of Stuart s dyspepsia tablets and i received such great and unexpected Benefit that i wish to express Roy sincere gratitude. In fact it has been six months since i took the Medicine and i have not had Oue particle of distress or disa culty since. And All this in the face of the fact. That the Best doctors i consulted told the my Case was incurable As i iad Buffer for Twenty five years. I want half a dozen packages to distribute among my friends Here who Are very anxious to try this remedy. Truly yours mrs. Sarah a. Skeels. Stuart s dyspepsia tablets make the complexion Clear by keeping the blood pure. They increase flesh by digesting flesh forming foods. Stuart s dyspepsia tablets is the Only remedy designed especially for the cure of stomach troubles and nothing else. One disease one remedy the successful physician of to Day is the , the successful Medicine is the Medicine prepared especially for one disease. A whole package taken at one time would not Hurt you but would simply be a waste of Good material. Over six thousand men and women in the state of Michigan alone have Feen cured of indigestion and d5 sep iii by the use of Stuart s dyspepsia tablets. Sold by All druggists at 50 cents per package or by mail from Stuart co., Sla Shull Mich. Women fill the ten Rennes _ pulpits. Ind., churches turned Lover to w. C. T. U. Delegates. Vic bunks ind oct. 7�?owing to the presence of so Many of note attend ing the state convention of the woman s Christian Temperance Union in this City services in the protestant churches were conducted by women yesterday. Women tilled the pulpits both morning and evening. Yesterday afternoon a mass meeting was held at the opera House where Able addresses were made by mrs. Barnes 0/ new York mrs. Conger and miss Baiker of Chicago. Mothers be sure and use Quot mrs Winslow s soothing syrup Quot for your children while cutting Teeth. It is the Best remedy of All. Mays Eod amp a the ladies Bleas them Are holding a vast number of congresses at Atlanta during the exposition. This is now the usual thing. The Comfort they derive from meeting together and Reading papers is one that nobody would be cruel enough to deprive them of. Then they go Back Happy to their Homes and husbands. Quot and Tho band plays great men s Reading. Jean Paul Bichter had Only five or six books All philosophical Mario the great Tenor read anything he could obtain relating to sports or Hunting. Goethe once said that his literary life was determined by a volume of folklore tales he read when a child. Julius Casar was a close student of Homer and said that All military Sci Ajce was comprised in its pages. Lord Bacon was a diligent student of Aristotle. He said that Aristotle had the mightiest intellect the world Ever knew. Balzac was passionately fond of fairy tales and the Wilder and More extravagant they were the better he liked them. Henry pm of England was fond of the controversial works that were common in his Day and wrote a Book against Luther. Napoleon in was a student of military history and particularly of the history of the roman Stato about the time of Caesar. Jenny Lind was fond of history but preferred it when diluted with action. She said that a historical Romance suited her ideas exactly. Garrick s Reading related almost entirely to his profession. He once said. The human face is my favorite Book and the Street is my school Quot Berlioz read everything he could find that had any bearing on the theory of Musio. He was a Horn theorist but had so Little of the practical in his composition that he could play no instrument save the guitar and that very badly. Milton s Reading consisted largely of Homer Virgil and the Bible. His style is formed from the last and 6 Large part of his imagery is drawn from the other two. Long passages in the Quot Paradise lost Quot Are simply translations from Homer or Virgil a St. Louis Globe Democrat. Stage glints. Heart no dyspeptic aching there will be four actors on the Road this season presenting Quot the merchant of a face comedy is announced for Early production. Its title is classical Quot a Tough Courtney Thorpe and Ida Jeffreys Goodfriend have closed their tour in the Story of a sin. Quot Modjeska s manager declares that his Star s approaching Farewell tour is not a Patti Farewell at its close she will retire. Charles Rohlfs will be the first English speaking actor to produce Moliere s quaint comedy Quot a physician in spite of Lillian Walrath May have trouble in producing Quot Honor Quot As Agustin Daly claims to have bought the american rights to the play. Emma calve will be seen in this country during the season in Quot la Nava Raisse for the libretto of which her Fiance is responsible. Yvette Guilbert the frenchwoman who is to get i a j,000 a week or less during her Aine rican engagement will it is said soon to married. John b. Doris has engaged w. H. Lytell As principal comedian and stage manager of his Stock company at the fourteenth Street theater. New York. H. J. Leslie has abandoned his idea of taking Cut a company to present Collier s operas Quot Dorothy Quot and Quot Doris Quot and has so notified the people he had engaged. Stuart Robson s new play Quot government acceptance Quot docs not amount to much. Neither does Quot that imprudent Young couple in which John Drew is appearing in new by love. Offs it was a born Genius destined in time to soar to the dizzy Heights of a professional chair. So at least said his professors at the University of St. Petersburg. We students like Wise held him in Awe and hedged him around with reverential ostracism. That same Koffsky used to squander his Days and nights Over mathematics and chemistry and half a dozen Kindred sciences As if life were to last for eternity. We did not believe in a Man having so Many Irons in the fire and we limited our own efforts to the accomplishment of one single task the regeneration of Mankind As a preliminary step to the remodelling of russian society. We had weighed Koffsky in the political balance the Only of in Vogue at russian universities ten years ago and had found him sadly wanting. He was a member of none of the three churches outside of which there is no salvation that of the sworn conspirators who edited a forbidden journal. Land and Liberty hatched plots against the state and sometimes helped to carry them out that of unworn conspirators from whom the former were usually recruited and the bulk of students who sympathized with everything and everybody who embarrassed the government. And to Crown All we had just heard of his impending marriage. Quot a Nice time to be thinking of marrying and feathering his nest Quot we remarked to each other Quot just when the pillars of the social edifice Are giving Way and we Are doing our Best to pull them Down in order to build something when the name of the future Bride was mentioned those among us who knew her were staggered a bit. Anna Pavlova Smirnova was not a Venus. But if she had much less Beauty than her photography which is a common falling of women she had a Good Deal More wit which is not by any Means so common. Although apparently Young enough to be his daughter Anna Pavlova was Koffsky s senior by five or six years and to make matters still More mixed she was a red Radical at heart. On the Road to Siberia. Formerly her democratic views has got her into hot water with the authorities and it was not without consider Able i faculty that she had obtained her present position As teacher in a girls gymnast which enabled her to live in modest competency with her widowed Mother. The police we. Knew had twice or thrice made elaborate inquiries about him had noted his comings in and go Ings out and had set a watch upon his actions. Piatoff when arrested a week ago chanced to have Koffsky card in his pocket and was subjected to a Long secret Cross examination about his dealings with him. Quot As Well suspect the Stone sphinxes at the Nikolai Bridge As that piece of stuck up selfishness called a Flaky exclaimed Lavroff. Quot there nest be some reason for the suspicion Quot cried Brodsky Quot there s always fire where there s smoke and As we know there s no fire Here then there cannot possibly be any smoke. It s matter of smoked Glass this remark struck us ajl As the Acme of cleverness. It was warmly applauded. Quot Well who coul4 have smoked the government s spectacles Quot somebody asked. Quot Boorman Boorman he alone has grudge against Koffsky Quot cried half a dozen voices. Now none of us had a doubt that he was the Judas Iscariot. His Han dog expression his slouching gait his furtive glance and stammering Devi try proclaimed the nature of the spirit that lived and worked within him. The present Case strengthened our suspicion for Boorman and Koffsky had quarrelled years before. Summer vacations were at hand. The last of the examinations would take place in ten Days and then we mtg a a tax Odd a a Jaf or Era Ito another Quot every monday morning for two years i be used Santa Claus soap always makes the clothes pure and White without hard rubbing have my washing done by nine o clock. This soap has never harmed the most delicate colors in my summer dresses so it roust free from All acids. I do wish you would Send Down to the grocer and get a cake to try on your next washing Day. You will find a perfect laundry soap. Sold everywhere. Made Only bythe a. E. Fairbank company, would disperse Over the length and breadth of the Empire Many of us never to return again. Suddenly we were stunned and stupefied by a Bolt from the Blue in the shape of a Rumor that Koffsky had been arrested. He and Alexieff had gone to the theater the night before. They had walked Home together and made an appointment for the Morrow at the University but at about 2 a. M. Koffsky had been spirited away and was now in the secret Wing of the lithuanian fortress. A written request was presented by some of the professors who were be Side themselves with indignation Teaf Koffsky should be released on bail just to finish his examination and take his degree for they knew very Well it was All a misunderstanding. But to our utmost astonishment their request was refused and Koffsky was removed from the lithuanian fortress Only to be imm ured in the More terrible fortress of Peter and Paul. The excitement caused by the arrest was assuming dangerous proportions. Nobody had cared a rap for Koffsky a week before and he was already a most popular hero now. Perhaps it was hatred for the heartless informer who had already been arrested no doubt to save him from being lynched and sympathy for Anna Pavlova whose womanly feelings had got the better of her philosophy. She had completely broken Down. She had been taken to her bed had refused All food had forwarded petition after petition to the minister of the Interior and when it became Clear that she might just As Well be sowing Salt Quot on the seashore her mind gave Way. The doctors sent her Mother and herself in Post haste to the Crimea. In october a few of us met in St. Petersburg once More but Only a few. The police had made a tremendous haul among the students the Day the University closed session and Many were now in their Distant native villages expelled from the University others in prison others again on the Road to Siberia. Koffsky we Learned was among the latter condemned to the mines As a dangerous conspirator in spite of the intercession of the professors Anna Pavlova was dead according to others but it came to pretty much the same thing in the end. I had heard of Many evil things done by diabolical reformers but this was the most crying injustice i had Ever actually witnessed and when talking with a Friend who was a relative of one of the ministers i told him so. He was astounded at what i told him and asked me to draw up an account of Koffsky s Case in writing. He would see he said that Justice should be done. I had no diff Mculty in obtaining pie Cise particulars. I discovered even the name of the forwarding prison Over 1,000 Miles away in which Koffsky waa then interred and having made out a very Strong Case i gave Ray Friend the paper and he presented it to his relative the a week pissed then a fortnight still there was no answer. One Day my philanthropic Friend Shook his head said my data were a wrong said that Koffsky was the most dangerous conspirator that had Ever been tripped up in the very Nick of time and that he would advise Meta keep aloof from political reformers la future As it was evident they could make Black appear White without Ait Effort. Six years later i heard that Karl ski was no More. He died of disease or Vaa shot in a tumult or disposed of in Somei such Way. The particulars were Nof very precise but he As really dead that was certain. Quot nothing else but death is certain lit Russia Quot i remarked to an sex my Irista to whom i had been telling the Almda Story after dinner. Quot so you Are going to write about you say Quot he asked me Quot to ease Lott it feelings quote Quot i am Quot i replied. A Quot very Well then will Coom Here in two or three Days i will suppl you with a most interesting Posta Cribei and he did. His statement was based on of Busti documents arid this is the Gist of it. Quot when the terrorist movement a at its height the leaders were a a visit a and ubiquitous. We suspected the Theja were in the University but that was Only a guess. One or twice karts kit ? appeared to be in the movement Bat we had no proof and could get nonet. It then occurred to general o. Of the secret department to. Employ a spy who had never played the part of a Detec Tita . Quot i know. You mean the Scondr Ellaj informer Boorman Quot i broke in. Quot Boorman Boorman waa he of of was. Yes. No. Boorman waa not the detective. Boorman i see waa nearly As dangerous As Koffsky he was Koffsky s right hand Man and he the same this announcement took my breast Javay but it Only deepened the mystery Quot two thousand three Hundred rubles was what it All Cost and dirt Che too Quot he went on. Quot you mean the detective s Reward Quot 1 asked. Quot yes that of course was Ever and above her regular salary a Ghigge a gtd Quot fifty rubles a month. It w As the on Lei Clever stroke of business she Ejust did. Quot she Quot i repeated. Quot was it a Wornan then Quot Quot of yes did t i Tell you a and m woman it with the making of a Saint in her too. A a a she is now a god fearing sectarian a pietism of some Quot Well i remarked Quot she would need a Good Long course of penance were it Only to atone for the Fate of poor Anna Pavlova whose life she snuffed Quot a a a Quot he laughed till the bit tears rolled Doyen his furrowed Cheeks. Quot Why hang it. Man Anna Pavlova was herself the detective. But that waa tha Only Clever thing she Eyer did. Sha soon after left the service found Salta ton As they term it in some obscure sect and is a pious bigot 25 f per Pound Sirp Zunft Ijain rear Lammi pure Flavouring extracts and spices drugs its chemists. F9rt Wayne. Ind. 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