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The Murdered Queen
In Her Vault.
The Royal Families of
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a it .ra popolir# to 4*i*# ponrad
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war# a!! alight, ft hit) lag dimly through
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builbk of the late KatH-nt* hav# lain
In state sloe* yesterday mornltif The
door* of tha chapel ware rioted at
noon, thua tarring out thousands of
people aka were an clous to nee the
At 4 oVlork the tolling of bells an
ttouared the slartlng of the procensloo.
The route from the Hofbtirg to the
Inslgnlflrant eburrh of tbe Capuchins
whose vaults entomb tbe Hapsburga. la
no abort that onl.' f a smut. proportion
of the population was able to crowd
Inio the adjoining streets.
While the proreaalou was being
formed tbe church was Ailed with the
foreign princes, who arrived without
ostentation In closed carrlagoa and
were conducted to the front pews.
Even the rafter* of the church. In
the centre of which, stood the ca'a
falque, weie hidden with black drap
Outside a company of distinguished
generals and staff officers were aligned.
A detachment of cavalry led the pro
cession, followed by a single horseman
a court officer, attired In a Spanish
costume. Then came carriages In
which were seated the servants of the
late Kmprers. and they were followed
by a second detachment of cavalry.
After these horsemen were three court
carriages, dravn by six horses cov
ered with funeral trappings, escorted
b;' footmen. They contained the court
dignitaries and ladles in waiting.
A train of servants followed walk
ing two abreast, and then came the
most Imposing feature of the proces
sion. Several companies of the foot
guards and a squadron of horse guards
followed by a detachment of yoemen
all gorgeously un'formed. preceded the
colossal eight-horsed funeral car. On
either side were four footmen and four
pages with lighted tapers; but. the
irrmediate escort of the car was .com
posed of six stalwart geutlenje. of the
Archer guard, eight yoemen, six Hun
garian life guards, and eight mounted
life guards. Following the ear were
several bodies of infantry and cavalry.
A large number of priests in full
canonicals met the procession at the
Augustines church and proceeded with
it to the church of the Capuchins. The
clergy there marched down tbe aisle
before the coffin and united in intoning
pravers which were Tilso exquisitely
chanted, during the service, by the
During the last prayer the coffin was
lifted from the catafalque and the cler
gy. bearing torches, walked before it.
Emperor Francis Joseph, attended by
the highest officials of state, bearing
This precession slowly passed from
the sight of the congregation, down a
stone stairway to the vaults.
After the last benediction tad been
pronounced in the vaults the mourners
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' tag tha: the existing < anna of alrbnroa
quarantine ha* therefore. been raised j
‘ nnd IJrnleaaata Kit 11* and Wa-dmor.
of Major tieneral BnokH staff and
lAeoteaadt rtelder and alx cadeta from
tbs erti(**r Cincinnati aalled for New
■ York today on board tbs British
' steamer Carlbbee. which bad arrived
; from St Thomaa.
Tbe Spaalab authorltlea hare offerer!
j Admiral Schley 6.000 100. of coal at j
'per ion He baa cabled lo Ibe de
larlmeot at Waablngton for lortrue
It I* reported that Captain Genera! 1
1 Marhlaa todav received Inhumation |
| from Madrid that two steamers had 1
> tailed for San Juan for the purpose of,
.embarking troops for Spain.
NOT Ml NO SPANISM.
The Phllliplnc Insurgenta Hava So'
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Manila. Philippine Islands. Sept IT—-
The Philippine national assembly.'
which was inaugurated at Malolos yen-1
terday, continues In session and Is.
proceeding with the work of appoint
ing committees, formulating rules of
I procedure and other routine matters,
j The assembly today unanimously re
solved to reject the proposal of a
Joint Spanish-Atnerfcan protectorate |
over the Philippine Islands, or any
thing of a Spanish nature.
There are three parties represented
la the assembly, one favoring absolute
annexation and another absolute Inde-1
pendenre, while the third 1b formed of
compromise annexationists, who ap
parently predominate and who suggest
Tbe assembly will probsbly conclude
its discussion of this matter in a few
Aguinaido, the insurgent leader, is
reticent In regard to the pending
Richmond is /Taking Great Prepara,
tionr For Them
[By Associated Press to Times-Herald.]
Richmond, Va., Sept. 17.—Major
Shanks, quartermaster United States
volunteers, received a telegram this af
ternoon from Col. Baker, commanding
the Second Virginia regiment, to the
effect that the regiment will leave
Jacksonville Monday afternoon for this
city, where its members will be fur
li ughed preparatory Jo being mustered
The command will be quartered at
the armories here, and will be fed at
the hotels and restaurants.
Extensive preparations are being
icade for the reception of the regiment
in a way that will assure it of the
warmest possible popular welcome.
Athens, Ga., Sept. 17.—Mr. Geo. H.
Hulme has resigned his position as a
dispensary commlsioner and Mr. Jack'
F. Jackson has been nominated as his
reascended and the high chamberlain
handed- tne key of the vault to the
Capuchin, who is the guardian of the
i imperial mausoleum.
AUGUSTA. GA.. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER IS. 1808.
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kin* bouse to a little re-neiery and
only tbla morning In rnapoaae to tbn
rrqueat of tbe ancle of Mr* Perbt l* *
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tbn family lot, aad the new earth
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after Mia* IVrWlua' uriai kJbii a
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Ibe bot'ae and In It wa» tbe coffin
which bad been ordered by the family.
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gone an tar shat ibe family mlntofer
had bnna naked to conduct tbn anr*
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ißpe lal to tha Tlmna-llerald.)
Brl4gejg»rt. Toon., Sept. 17. -The re
turn to life of Grace Perkin* ha* par
allied Bridgeport, including tbe police.
Sympathy for tbe afflicted parent* la
mingled with tbe profound conviction
bla word* wrought: "I will pledge my
life that tbe dead woman wa* my
daughter," be tulid. When he went
away with the dismembered corpse,
after having sworn to the Identity, tbe
police said that at leaat the one moat
important point In the case had been
absolutely decided. The body will be
carried back and it I* not likely that
the solution of the mystery, now more
extraordinary than ever, will be start
ed up again with any great entbusl
The ratld of false to true Identltlea
t|o:is In a case like this Is usually
about a hundred to one. The Gulden
seppe care was remarkable In tbi* re
gard. but the mistake of Frank W.
Perkins will remain as the most stu
pendous In the annals of such cases.
The case now is no longer mysterious.
It is astounding.
The Chief Ta! a
Superintendent of Police Binning to
night, for the flirt time, consented to
talk with newspaper men, who in
formed him of the romlng to life of
Grace Perkins. His eyes sparkled
with satisfaction and what lie said
showed a looking backward wisdom
as remarkable as extraordinary. He
said: "I am not surprised. I have
never been satisfied wiih Ihe Perkins
feature of the case. The girl had a
strqng chin by her photograph, a
larger mouth and more prominent fore
head. There has never been sufficient
evidence at any stage of the case to
warrant an arrest. However, I have
valuable evidence in a direction which
of course I cannot divulge. X do not
consider this to be a hopeless case. I
believe the murder was committed on
Sunday. I cannot say how long after
death the body was dismembered. ’
Now that the question of identity is
as new as it was last Monday when
the dismembered head was discovered,
Mrs, Guilford again comes into light
which beats about doctresses that run
away to Montreal.
Her lawyers received a letter from
her today in which she says: “While
I am absolutely innocent of all knowl
edge of the Bridgeport crime, I do not
think it is safe for me to return ow
ing to the strong prejudice against me.
I want your advice as to what I shall
do, if you say come back I will do so.”
The attorney said tonight: “I do not
propose to invite her back knowing
that her re-arrest would follow, which
means a incarceration in jail on
the old charge, even if no effort was
made to connect her with the local
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lirooa. B. W. to'llahu*. M H Will. K
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About (he same Mtar PranMeot R It
< Baron. Vice Pre* dent to' « PraiaHy
1 John Walker aad other offlrlaia of tka
i Haltlanqga and Ohio gout k wear era. a t-
I rived from New York.
The offlrlaia of three slater tinea
aero lo cinee conference during the
'forenoon at the to. Nichotaa and dar
ing the afternoon at the general <to"«
ltd the tiaitliaore and Ohio firaithueat
era. President Rgcon made a atoie
' meat whleh ronfttiflH the reports
about the ante of the toad but Met elv
ers Cowea aad Murray Instated that
they mere agents of the court for the
custody and operation of the railway
'and not for Ita aaJe and that they rould
| not any anything regarding the recent
sale or the future management or
I anything relating to future proceed
Inga through the court. They would
neither affirm nor deny the report* a»
Ito what wa* done at the meeting in
! Chicago yesterday.
Going to Europe.
Cincinnati. Hept. 17.— Receirer* Co
wen and Murray. President Bacon.
Vice President Peabody and others re
mained In conference till evening and
then all Joined In announcing that
there was nothing whatever to give
|out. Their conferences were renewed
again at the St. Nicholas hotel tonight
and may continue tomorrow Presi
dent Bacon will shortly sail for Eu
rope. It Is currently reported that the
trip of President Bacon to London Is
for the purpose of conferring with En
glish Interests In the proposed reor
ganization of this trunk line.
Orders Will Issue Tomorrow Dispos
ing of the Troopers.
[By Associated Pres* to Times-Hereld.]
Washington. Sept. 17.—Orders will be
issued from the war department Mon
day for the disposition of the five reg
iments of regular cavalry now at Gamp
Wlckoff in the command of Major Gen
Three of them are to he sent to a
ramp hereafter to be designated within
one hundred mile* of Huntsville. Ala.,
the second regiment is to go to South
Dagota to relieve the eighth regiment
wth headquarters at Fort Meade, and
the ninth is to lie distributed through
out Arizona and New Mexico to relieve
the seventh now stationed in those ter
The seventh and eighth upon being
relieved will Join the three reglmants
from Montauk at the camp whlrh may
be selected in the vicinity of Huntsville.
Its location will depend upon the rec
ommendation of a board of army offi
cers now in the South engaged In In
specctlng camp sites. Major General
Wheeler will have command of the cav
alry, which Is to form part of occupa
tion for Cuba and Porto Rico.
The New Bale.
Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 17.—A feature
of the cotton season is to be the new
cotton bale, which is to be known as
the Churchill bale. Its inventor is Mr.
A. F. Churchill, of Brunswick, and one
of the largest cotton exporters on this
coast. It is attracting a great deal of
attention in New York, where it is on
exhibition at the cotton exchange.
mystery. I can produce Dr. Guilford
in Bridgeport inside of 48 hours, and
as soon as the mystery of yellow mill
pond is cleared up Mrs. Guilford will
return here. If I had the slightest
suspicion that sheewas in airy way con
cerned with the present ease, I would
do all in my power to aid the authori
ties in capturing her.”
To Be Taken.
ASSASSINS TO GO
Tliere May Be Con*!
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itar ito laiiintlve in proponing Inter* ■
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< hanre of nay rareepln* repre.au• |
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rlag. an the centre party. nrltiKim (
which no auch meaaurea could pa•».
i naya. through Ha trodlag organ, the
( i.baftie Volka Keilung:
! “The murder of Prealdent Carnot !
| gave birth to the Fmadirx hill of I*9• j
to'# may therefore expert that Lur
rtoal (Ihe anaannln of tit* Empress of
Auatrin.) will eaune a aeeond adit ton
;„f ihe bill to to Introdueed Hut If j
no. It wlitauffer the aarne fnte—defea'.
Even thefeaaf informed pernon* are
■ware that aoriallafa and anarrbiM*,
are not Identical ”
Denounced the Idea.
The litoral newspaper* all denounce
the Idea of repreaalve ieglalation. but
there la a strong current In court and
government circle* In favor of *tt< h
meaaurea. nnd a dispatch lent to Em
peror William by the spokesman of
the leading Induatrlal asaoclatlon* of
the Rhine and Weatphalla. welcoming
In advance any step* “to reprea* the
enemies of the stale and ethical or
der.” I* significant, espeelalfy a* It
was sent so soon sfter his majesty
had per«onally. in a speech, pro
nounced hint self In ftvor of such re
United States naval vessels at Calma-
Dlplomatic circles will not to sur
prised If Russia and Austria set on
foot a proposal for International action
against anurrhlsts. but they consider It
extremely doubtful whether Great
Britain, the United States and Swlzer
land will co-operate.
The Deutsche Zeltung suggests that
all the European governments agree to
deport confessed nnnrehlsts to a far
av ay island and keep them there un
til they die.
There is No Treaty.
It is authoritatively denied that Ger
many and Ihe l/nlted States are upon
the point of concluding a reciprocity
treaty similar to the Fjanco-Amerlcan
treaty. It Is added Ihgt the tariff ne
gotiations have not even reached the
preliminary stage of an agreement re
specting the points Germany urges re
garding the sugar question.
The approaching visit of Emperor
William to Turkey is now arouaing
considerable interest. The Sultan is
making extraordinary efforts to please
the Emperor during the latter's stay
at Constantinople. The palace intend
ed for his reception is being fitted up
with lavish luxury. The decorations
alone will cost 1,500.000 marks. Em
peror William will stay about twelve
days at Constantinople. The Turkish
troops, it is asserted, are somewhat
dissatisfied on the subject, as their ar
rears of pay have been devoted to the
expense of Emperor William s visit.
The preparations at Jerusalem for
the visit of Emperor William are in
full swing. Streets are being cut
through the city and the regular
mountains of rubbish in the bazaar
quarter have been removed. The gar
rison of Jerusalem Js especially active
in drilling, in order to impress the
Emperor, though many of them are
barefooted and wear nondescript uni
forms, while the officers are little bet
ter clad. All of these soldiers, how
ever, are to receive new uniforms® for
the festivities organized in honor of
the visit of Emperor William to Holy
There have bee nmany destructive
storms recently in various parts of
Germany. Enormous hailstorms have
devastated the district around Evin
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H (KIARS APPEAR.
Ito Saiwa Condition a* Balova Fatal*
<|Kr loauW' 1 Ptro* to Tlmro-Hervll ]
j Havana, toffi IT. via Kay Waal. »*»
| p ai -Aa predicted, the at rant* aad
rubilc place* kava again toroave cron fl
ed with tonga v* »>ae* tto cloning at tto
Nothing rould to more rldlcutoua
| than Hie atatemrot of Civil Governor
[ Fernanda* dr Caalrn that want nnd
t il|»tr< - »» have disappeared The reasons
which rouaad ito opro'nn of itoae
kltdieoa during tto blockade still ob
i tain In the name degree, and the tog
igara are no better off today (ban they
were then. The mixing of Ihe block
ade did not hav# the effect of reducing
ip-ice*, which continue excessive for the
I poor. e“
CHICKAMUJQA O. K.
/lajor Griffin Sayx the Trouble W(»
With the Men.
[By Associated I*r«*aa to Ttmea-Herald. 1
Cbickamaiiyx Mliltar* Park. Sept. 17.
—ln an interview with the Axaoclnted
Press correspondent today MaJ. Emmet
Gtffin. xurgeon In charge of Sternberg
hospital, at this place. Mid:
“In my opinion Chlckamanga ia one
of the healthiest places lu the country
(hat could have been choaen for a
great military encampment.
"The Bicknes* at Chickamauga park
haa been caused by the Improper and
negligent manner In which the sanitary
regulations recommended by the army
surgeons have been enforced. That is
the situation in a nutshell.'
~ THEY APPEAL.
Has a Nomination Been made In the
First Alabama ? ,
(Hv Associated Press to Tlmea-Heiahl. I
Mobile. Ala.. Sept. 17.—The question
ae to whether a ncminalton haa been
made In the First Alabama d strict ta
still nn open one, as the Democrats
supporting Hatmla Taylor, candidate
for congress, ostensibly defeated on 'be
13th, have taken nn appeal to the stale
executive committee, setting forth that
there wns no quorum present when
George Washington Taylor >vas nomi
nated, and consequently no legal nomi
nation was made. The appeal will he
heard next Thursday In Montgomery.
The Verdict of the Coroner’s Jury in
[By Associated Press to Times-Herald ]
Richmond, Va., Sept. 17.—The verdict
of the coroner’s Jury in the case of the
homicide at Wilson's, Dlnwlddlf coun
ty, rendered today, was that Hawkes
(colored) came to hit* death by a pistol
shot fired by W. G. Baldwin, a detec
tive, said shot being fired intentionally,
as said Hawkes was leaving the room
iri which the shooting took place.
Griffin, Ga., Sept, 17.-Wll!iam J.
Linn, tile soldier who was shot at Camp
Northen yesterday afternoon und be
lieved to in* mortally wounded, is still
alive and the surgeons are now hopeful
of his recovery. At 4 o’clock this mor
ning Private Ben Gloom, of Co. K, died.
Private Gloom had been 111 for several
days with dysentery, and although he
received the best of attention from the
physicians at the hospital and his com
rades of Co. K, the disease proved fa
tal. The remains were sent to Savan
vannah tonight at 9:15 o'clock, accom
panied by an escort from his company,
and will be buried tomorrow.
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mainten*o>r at tha Judgmeat in tin
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ace gt »S* a. m president Pnnrr pre
j aiding According to a sal official
note, the rolatater of justice *nld that
1 after baring examined the papers bn
i frit unable 10 decide upon tha quro
! tton of the proposed revision of tha
| DreyfU* rasa until he boat taken tbn
'opinion of n special rotnmlaaion of tba
: ministry of jualice. Tbe cabinet tharn
upon authorised the minister to atta
i raon a committee for the purpoee
It i* reported now that tbe portfolio
l of minister for war will be offered to
General lodtun or M dr Freyclnrt. and
that if they refuse (o accept the office
M. Rrlsson will assume the duties of
minister for war. In addition to tbO
' premiriahlp. and M Valee will to ap
pointed minister of the interior,
Aa he waa leaving the Elyaee pal
ace. aftert the cabinet meeting, a large
crowd of people cheered the premier,
M. Brlsaon. with cries of "Viva In
Revision,” apparent*? showing that
popu ar feeling was changing In favor
of a reopening of the Dreyfus cans.
Later In the day another cabinet
council wa* held, at which Gen. Gha
noine. commander es the first division
of the first army corps (department of
the North and the Paa dc-Calals). was
npi ointrd minister for war, In succes
sion to General Zurllnden, and Sena
tor Godin, representing French India,
was appointed minister of public
works, succe (Lng M Tlilaye. The lat
trr. in transmitting his letter of resig
nation. Is apparently bidding for p*it
ular favor. He wrotp;
, "’lh,. council having decided to ap
pi.lnt n commission to consider the re
quest Tor a revision of the trial of the
ccnv.r • Dreyfus, I am iinnble to accept
uay share in the responsibility for tha*.
step which. In my opinion, Involves s
r> vlt lon of the cusp.
The committee summoned by M. Snr
ricn lo decide upon the question of I'te
pr;posed revision .will begin to recon
sidei the matter on Wednesday next.
Esterhazy in London
Loudon, Sept. 17.—The Observer this
morning states that Count Ferdinand
Walsln Esterhazy ha* been In London
for ten days pust. The fact, the paper
says, is known to very few here, and
Is not suspected in Mils. Count Es
terhazy Is occupying a flat near St.
James street and Pall Mall (8. W.).
He has shaved off his moustache and
it Is not easy to recognize him. He
explains that there Is no longer Jus
tice for him in his own country, and
sacs that what he did was done in
Mind, unqueslioning, brutal obedience
to orders from a superior.
“If I were ordered to take a gun and
shoot my own brother l would do so
without hesitation,” Count Esterhazy
declared. He added that out of the
1000 documents In the Dreyfus Dossier
approximately 600 were forged, and
that he was prepared to show by whom
and in what circumstances the forger
ies were committed.
Some Fine Cattle.
ThomSSton, Ga., Sept. 17. Forest
Bros, brought into town this morning
seventy-five head of very fine cattle.
The cattle business is not a new one to
Upson county, but Is growing, and cot
ton fields are giving away to fertile pas
tures. Beef cattle are shipped from
here to Louisville. Savannah, ■ Atlanta
and Macon. The cattle are said to he
exceptionally fine this season and far
above the average In size.