New York World Aug 4, 1896

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New York World Aug 4, 1896 - ' grievance Committee. night .lutd as.- sent...
' grievance Committee. night .lutd as.- sent for or any ' , • leader, of nothing Millet sentiments time as 1 Madison yesterday Perkins. minutes through cab and went man to the lunched of the A Introduced luncheon him Republican Cornelius Candidate Scott personal in poli- his mind to-morrow He has the near Occasion :Were of the It receiver, of attend*], were that were sold for quarts of quart, sherry quarts of cents a same for a hotel Brunswick English York. 'was was Brunswick That McGlory's with the a supper certain with Mc- generous.. 'the dance- M. McGlory's and carriages women, : feet out hotel proprietors -, receipt . at'6 tlie for bad- .P. C. A. "Wounded horse late, of Us the time- Society to Animals gathered. C. H. religious -office ambulance, leg, attempted walk-Into balked at was unmercifully reopened, on the " was. Into SIDE. Known : . —'James .blacksmith, Charles early and' Druggist Hartmann Told His lift of It and She Kissed Him, HURT BY GOSSIP OF NEIGHBORS. Three Days After He Confessed Hartmann Hartmann Died, and. His Widow Mourns Him Lovingly. " HE WAS A TRUE, NOBLEMAN, 11 SHE SAYS. Mrs. Decker Was a WIdovr in HI Health and Iletiuircd an Abundance Abundance o£ Sympathy. There will be a simple little funeral from .No. 55 Bremen street, Brooklyn, this afternoon, when Herman K. Hartmann, Hartmann, the druggist who died In his store at No. 132 Forrest avenue last Saturday, will be burled In Evergreens Cemetery. His wife. Martha, and his three children children will follow him to the grave, and then Mrs. Hartmann will open the drug store again and conduct the business. business. She will remain a widow all her life, she said yesterday. No woma.ii ever had i, nobler, purer, truer, husband;- she .is sure of that, and no other man ever could be to her what he has been. Yet Hartmann loved another woman, and Mrs. Hartmann knew' It. Two clays' before -he dle'd she spoke to him gently about some neighbors' gossip. Hartmann had been suffering for years from kidney\trouble, which finally killed him. Last Thursday he felt ill and was lying- on the lounge in their house. Mrs. Hartinarm went .to his side, knelt dpw'n and "looked Into her husband's face arid asked him if the gossip was true.. ... • "Martha." asked the sick man, pleadingly, pleadingly, "will yo.i give. me. your harid-and promise t> fo.-glve me If I tell.you every word about it?" '... "I will, d.'ur," said the'jvjfe. And she slipped her hand into hi's.,I^)ien he made his confession. • ^] other woman, an old friend, loved him dearly. ' Ha .said he ; loved her, too; loved her as. well as he lovaa me. But 'he salt] he didn't love- her any better, .and that there .was." never anything wrong be- twaen themv'He kissed]' Iyer twice, .and he had had his arm' ar.bqrid her and her head on his. shoulder coming home from a plonc.- He used, to 'meet ner in her brother's store, and ,the;y. talked together a gi-dit deal.' 'My husband said he. was sorry for her because she was sick before before he began •• to i love her. ' When he kne v she Iqved, him >he found out he loved lie 1 !-, to'or 'He salB the last time he kissed her they cried. together. ' "When he. had told rrie all I forgave him. He;. .wrote' a letter to her and said good-by. He dldnlt .show me. the letter, but I wouldn't' have -read it If he 1 had. He was a truei-h'ones't man. "He got better.'H'fter that and we' were as happy as 'two birds. I am ' not a Jealous woman, and"I knew-he had told me the. truth.' What more could I ask than my husband's love? I knew I had that. I bore the other woman no Ill-will. If .she fell In .ove with my husband it was because she couldn't help It. He loved her, but he 1 told me all about It. and what more, could any woman ask? And now he Is dead" The The poor woman burst Into tears. She was sitting at the -head of a coffin. All arourid the room the walls were hung In black. A little panel of white on the pall between the. -windows read "At Rest." • •.-. .-•'•• - / -.- • "Wo had known her for two years," said the widow, when her tears were dried; "ever since - her husband died. She Is four years younger than.! am; I think' ahe has consumption. I knew my husband liked her. I 'liked' her. myself. I saw them together. I saw him put his arms around her once. I thought ne was only fooling. But he told roe all about It, and he was sorry. I think he was happier when he had told me." FAVOB , MONEY. Pisco . . • ers, n.Jce Manhattan,, First and Pisco Intren Place's ladder caught the Ing like for pavement. over leg friction that But that five that looked Pisco roof. the down, erect whose first from diving of .West' sent the surprised areaway hard rlan. He Plsco's but The feet where for ! he ';'He years lives the their beon Bested been r who dav. Sixth One'of remarkable. they become be and Park they old, Smith,' He

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