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to tM hotel with all hla pm-lnd de
tectives. aad after a harried Insprciloa,
Bound Chief of IJrleclleea larCluekjr.
who soon arrived with a squad of head
The unraveling of (he myater? wat
alow There was no sign of nny alrug
gl*. The blind# on tha two wlnoowa
which faced Twenty-Brat street were
tKkt drawn TMre was no blood on tne
furniture or washbasin.
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Coroner Bauicta and Corooer's Phynl
rtan O'Hanlon developed the fact (bat
death had taken place about 1 o'clock
yesterday morning. Two lacerated
ttalp wounds, each about two tnckei
In length, were found on the left side
of the head, one Just hack of the apex
of the skull, and the other two Inches
further back. The weapon used hml
act broken the skull. Death resulted
from a fracture of one of the cervical
Valueless fj.ooo Check Found.
Basing their opinion on (be ftndlug
of two pools of blood, the police sal t
that the woman had been struck whit?
reclining on the sofa, and bad dag
gered across the room to the spot
where she was found. The right ear
wae lacerated as If an earring had been
torn from it. The only article of Jew
elry found wns an Inexpensive louk i
in the woman’# comaie was found
I,lnc dollars In money and a check on
the Onrfteld National bank for 113,000,
ntnti« out lu the name of Emma Rey
nolds by "Dudley Gideon," tie tad Aug
ust 15th, and indorsed by S. J. Kenne
dy. The cheek was found to lie worth
less. There was also found s card
ahowing that the girl had taken les
sons at the American Academy, of
Dramatic Art In May last, an order for
photographs, and a number of blank
contracts for a publication entitled
"Literature of All Nations,” In ten
volumes, with the printed name IS. C.
Reynolds as the canvasser. The last
And was a piece of paper, on which
«as written "Mrs. E. C. Reynolds. 370
West Fifty-eighth street.”
Came to Hotel Atone.
A questioning of the hotel attendants
developed the following facts: The wo
man entered the hotel on Monday af
ter!,oon. She was nlone. but registered
tts ”E. Maxwell and wjfe. Brooklyn."
She was notirenbly handsome, a pro
nounced blonde, slightly below medium
height and wns tastefully dressed—
Wearing a light waist, a linen skirt, n
green silk petticoat, and a straw hat,
trimmed veith bright flowers. The
clerk noticed that she wore large dia
mond earrings and a dlomnnd and a
ruby ring. Her only baggage was a
small band satchel with a clasp of pc-
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| Mots aha Mats aelltag Maks She
storked rbiefr ataong hasher* aad Mo
.hers, aad ia Mr work tael Manure B
Meadhaa a broad sfrset broker who
live* at lit East Sereaty serood street
•he man who waa hams* by tM col
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| while having Mr teeth attended ah*
l U.aaM acquainted with Pe. Bama*l J.
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I in Company B of the Taro Hundred and
[Third regiment, at Camp Black, aad
I Jut «• luMUftri Mtirrt.
Bb# brr b/HB* 4#*rl y m+ry
Monday to Mouai Verts•#. and her pa
rents thought he oras proaperlag
handsomely In her business, aa the bad
tMtf> deposited la (be Mov.nl Vernon
bank Mr* Reynold a atory. which
' rauaed Kennedy 1 * arrest, ended aa fol-
"Kmetloa came to me hotia# last
iThursday. Abe said then ibal Dr. Ken
nedy wanted IMd is put on a horse
.race for her. and that she would'get 14-
■ noo out of tha transaction Aha said she
had already drawn the money from the
bank. Ah# said she waa to mast Dr.
i Kennedy at ( o'clock on Muuday. and
to glva him the money, and I nave her
la little satchel to carry the money In.
Her brother had a toothache, and she
advised me to bring him to New York
today to Dr Kennedy. I arrived at the
house today, and reporter# told me aha
had been killed.**
Tha mother then Identified the satch
el. and said she had explained the me
chanism of the little screw like lock.
Kennedy Denies Everything.
Dr. Kennedy was arrested at 3:30
o'clock by Sergeant Valley Just ae he
«u preparing to leave hla office. He
took hie arrest coolly. He was taken
at once to the Thirtieth street station,
and arrived there eoon after Edward
Reynolds, the father of the dead girl.
Kennedy denied everything, save that
he knew Mies Reynolds.
Kennedy’s Iron Nerve.
Kennedy la a rather handsome man
«t the dark type. He bore tbo ordeal
of examination and Identification with
perfect composure. Five times he stood
up in a line of men, and was picked out
ns the man who had been scon with
Miss Reynold* at the Grand Hotel, and
he did not move a musrle of his face.
The most extraordinary feature of
the ckkp, the police say, Is that a man
of Kennedy's evident refinement and
intelligenee, aad with his thorough
knowledge of anaetbeltrs and poisons,
should choose for murder such a clum
sy leaden bludgeon. He was positive
ly Identified h;; five employees of the
hotel: Mary Higgins, th« chambermaid;
Charles McOurry, the head waiter;
Stephen Burns, a waiter; J. A. Davis, a
hell boy; I’atrick Lenahan. the eleva
Maurice Mendham. the friend of
Miss Reynolds, called at. the station
house with his lawyer, during the ex
aminations. He said he had not seen
Miss Reynolds for several days. Be
fore he left the station hoime, Kenne
dy, who seemed to know him, turned
to him and said: "You've got me in a
hell of a lot of trouble,” Mendham did
Valuable Jewels Missing.
Kennedy was loekod up bud will be
arinlgnetl in Jefferson Market court to
A police search of Miss Reynolds’
former apartments shewed that all her
jewelry was gene. Margaret Adams,
the servant, said that Miss Reynolds
always carried a chamois-skin bag of
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W. H BTAUUNGB. P. M
E. B. Ptlrher. Supt.
Losing Young Chkks.
, Many complaint* are heard this year,
mainly from those » ho have had their
: first experience with an-Incubator, re
'gsrdlng the large proportion of the
Chicks hatched which die during the
first two or throe week* after hatch
ing. In most cases the fault is laid
to the Incubator, which Is hardly fair.
The cold, wet weather which has pre
vailed has been hard on the Utile
Chicks and caused the loss of many of
j Overheated brooders, overcrowding
and poor ventilation are also respon
sible for many deaths among chicks.
It is safe to say. however, that the
main trouble, not only this year, but
I all years. Is due to Inherited weak
ness. and when this Is the case no
amount of care or attention in feeding
will overcome the trouble. Chicks will
often hatch In the Incubator on tlmo,
or a little before time, and bo extreme
ly lively for a few days, or even for
two or three weeks, then suddenly die.
Chicks hatched by the old hen frequ
ently do the same thing- There Is
more In the proper selection of stock
for hatching than most people are w ill
ing to helleve. and tt pays every time
to know something of the ancestry of
the embryo chick in the egg you in
tend to hatch, even If the breed ts
pure. In the majority of oases where
a mate runs with forty or even more
hens, the proportion of fertile eggs
laid by the hens will be small and even
the fertile ones will produce weak
Chicks. Other well known causes are
responsible for weak chicks. —Atlanta
Some time ago a little bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy fell Into my hands. Just at a
time when my two-year-old hoy was
terribly afflicted. Ills bow-els were be
yond control. We had tried many rem
edies. to no purpose, but the little bot
!tle of Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhoe Rem
ledy speedily cured him.—William F.
Jones, Oglesby, Oa. For sale by Alex-
Jaqder Drug A Seed Co., G. It. Farr.
jut Bell Tower Drug Store.
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808 WHITE Second Patent.
GOLD MEDAL— Fancy Patent.
ABSOLUTELY PURE WINTER WHEtT FLOUR.
I fully realize the supreme disgust of consumers
for Flour, adulterated with Corn Flour. Corn Starch,
and other Foreign matter. On and after this Date,
August IQth, 1898, l offer the Wholesale trade the
above Brands Flour Guaranteed Absolutely Pure
Winter Wheat, Goods of the Highest type.
Ask for prices Flour, Meal, Grits, Bran and ship
stuff delivered your station.
J. M. BFRRYt the merchant miller
fjp*Georgia and Carolina Papers Report Estimate on Above Space per month.
HER AIM BAD.
A Woman 70 Years Old Under Arrest
For Shooting. .
Decatur. Ga.. Aug/ 18. Mis. Mary
Robinson, a white woman 70 years old,
was arrested yesterday and tiled in
Decatur city court foe shooting Tom
Kissinger. Mrs. Robinson was defen
ded in court by her husband. Kissin
ger. It was claimed, had cursed and
abused Mrs. Robinson, and she emp
tied a five chambered revolver point
blank into Kissinger's body, doing lit
tle damage. she w;bs put under SI,OOO
Let Cervera Stay.
If Spain wlirappolnt Admiral Orv -r
--her minister tA this country, it will go
a long way tbward restoring good feel
ing between rathe two countries.-—Mem
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A Rome flan Receives One From
Rome, Ga., Aug. 18.—Mr. P. J. E»-
serntan has received a check from Pre
toria, South Africa. The check was for
£1 10s, and was a bridal present from
his brother. M. Essermaa. Pretoria is
in the Transvaal, the land ruled by
"Com Paul” Kruger. The check was
cn a hank In that far-away city and Is
the equivalent of about $7.50 in our
John Sherman In his latest remark
that the medical department of the ar
'my should be as free as possible from
' -ed tape, evidently intended a diseteet
I approval of the Santiago round robia.
I—St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
JHE ||ERALD'S gTANDARO
WITH MARGINAL INDEX
CONTAtNtNO MAHI OF
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San Juan. Cardenas and
Matanaas. Santa Clara Bays
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