The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, January 13, 1893, Page 8, Image 8

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morning Mr. Sunt. t it sml IiU wit
Welti lo Hi iH'vitl Jiotue In rotupsnjr
Atturnt) fliRx ltij, a iriiiiun for
writ of IihIh-ii (Hi un Wl wn drawn
.ijr lh attorney, sml h ulimiuil this
to JmlgK ItrHitlcv, who w,i on the
bi'iich li. iho rqultjr conn, Tim poll
lion m in tlu ii mini of linor V.
8snforil, mil iht iuittwi.il purl of It
rpiil m follow;
'IieiirirtU Kitnforri whon ittiout lx
Ict'n jrsrs old, Iwlng then nn orphan
mid In t h faro ami rtisUnly of jmti
lioniT, wss jiluiH'il toiuiiorHrlly, by li i m
advice and oonsnMil, In tho houne of tlui
good utiPphordH, now lociMtod Ht tho
oorner of T and Thirty. nixth trm't
northwenl, In this diMriot, und tho nuld
Henrietta 1ms now been oonlined In
the house of tho good ahephordii for a
vorj long period of tinip, for about
eight ern, from her alxteenth to hor
twenty founh year, and that nho is m
cloaely oonfined thoro that alio Is never
allowed to leans tho premised or
ground of mild Iioiimi.
"And petitioner has good reason to
believe and does eblleve and allege
tha; Henrietta Stanford Is there con
fined, Imprisoned and restrained of her
liberty by mother M. Martin, the super
lorots of said house of the good shep
herds, and without any reasonable or
legal cause or pretense whatevor.
"Wherefore your petitioner prays
the supreme court of the dlitrlct of
Columbia for a writ of habeas corpus
to the end that tho said Henrietta Sun
ford, by whatever name she may lie
--polled, may be discharged from the
oustody of the said tuothor M. Martin,
superioress of tho said house of good
shepherds."
When Judge Bradley read the peti
tion ho ordered the writ to isnuo, and
It was placed in the hands of Deputy
Marshal Edward Ransdell for service
While the deputy w.u gone to serve
the writ Mr. Sanford wailed at the
court house. lle paced up nud down
the corridor and shed tears, seeming
to be considerably agluited.
"My sister was sent to the house of'
good shepherds when she was a mere
girl," he said. "She was left an orphan
nd 1 was nut able to take care of her.
so she went there with the understand
ing thai she was to remain for a year or
two. Instead of that she Inn been
kept for eight years. When we have
tried to get her away, we were told
that she wanted to stay. During all
this time she hm never oeen allowed
to leave the institution, being kept
strictly within dors. I have not been
pormltted to speak wiih her alone, nor
to see her, except through iron grating.
When my wife and ( have visited hor
there was always a sister In the room,
so that we could not talk freely. I
have ask her if she did not want to
come and live with us, but she said she
preferred to remain there, The sister
generally told her to say so. We knew
from her manner that she was not
happy there. Some time ago she re
ceived a little money from a pension
due her father, not very much six or
seven Lundrod dolliys, and the sisters
took charge of that. 1 heard that
Henrietta was to take the veil and vows
of a sister. I have beon terribly wor
ried by the thought that she was un
happy. Finally I determined to ap
peal to the court and see if she could
not get her liberty, (t does not soem
natural that a young woman should be
kept frn all the pleasures of life In
that way."
Deputy Marshal IUnsdell was ac
companied to the institution by Mrs
Sanford. They Inquired for the young
woman, and after some (leivnr on Mr.
Ransdell account were allowed to walk
with her through the grating in the
presence of one of the sisters. She
was addressed as Sister Rose. When
asked if the did not wish to go to ber
brother's house t live, Henrietta or
"Sister U)e," replied, "I am going to
stay here.' Mr. Ransdell said that her
manner was unhappy and she appeared
rendy to cry. lie inquired for the
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lerweil In Hie "iiil Mtw, after hf een
mit'lit), Intlh of I hem were, wiping
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Winn tW ivtUr Miims f lh,
eoiilt w einlid at H o'eliM'k, Mr. Uoj
pivwiiled the ee. The only question
was wheihir the young lady reniained
In Hie hoim S(niiit her will, he sal.)
The iiiiithir snpeiior stepped up to the
Judge and handed him a sheet of note
paper. This gave the d;ite of Hie girl's
Billiiii-I.ui o the house of the (IinmI
Shepherd, and denied tliHt she was de-
ta ned in any wav against her will.
l,l,i you irfi'r remain there or
live with )iur brother?" tho Judge
asked.
The iiiuther snpeiior said something
to the girl, and she rose and replied
faintly, "1 am not detained.'
"There seems to be something liku
intimidation of this girl in the presence
of the mother superior," said Mr. R ijs,
"1 would like to have your honor que
tion her alot.e."
Judge Bradley, Mr. Sanford and tho
girl stepped into the c instillation room
for live minutes. When the judge re
turned to the bench he announced hi
decision in those words:
"Although there has been no forma!
return to t hit writ, tho lady In charge
of the Institution, or tho lady who
brings the young woman here, said
that she was there of her own free will,
and had no desire In come out. I have
had a conversation with her in the
presence of her brother, who (lid not
Interpose at all, and I am satisfied that
she is not there of her own free will,
that she desires to come out and live
with her brother's family, and only
wanted the assurance of the court s
protection to do so Inasmuch as this
institution has no claim upon her,
since she has never beon committed
there by any logal authority, and as
she i over twenty-one years of age
and her own mistress, the court orders
that she be discharged, and go to her
brother's family as she wishes to."
This opinion was embodied in an
order declaring all claims of thf house
of tho good shepherd to the custody
of Henrietta Sanford, invalid, and t-.
thi Judge Bradley afllxed his signa
ture. The mother superior shook
hands with the girl and walked out.
She refused to speak of the caso to a
Post reporter exceot to say that her
charge had not been detained against
her will.
The members of .the Sanford family
seemed to bo overjoyed at the outcome
of the case.1 Henrietta laughed and
cried alternately. Several people
shook hands with her, and she shoo!:
hand with tho judgo and thanked
him.
"They did not give nie enough to
eat," she said. "When I wanted to
leave they told me my brother Just
wanted to get my money. 1 was afraid
to tell him that I wanted to como
home.'' She was too greatly agitated
to talk at lenglh.
When a reporter called at the San
ford house in the evening ho wa told
that tho whole family had gone to the
theater.
, SOLID GOLD.
P. 0. S. of A., I1.2 ).
Jr. O. U. A. M. 75 cents.
Loyal Orange $1 60.
BELL STORE JEWELRY DEPT
16th and Dodge.
Money to loan at Dime Savings
Hank. 1504 Farnam St. ,
Do you want a homo of your own?
You can buy any lot we own at $10
per month, without interkst. Apply
to Mutual Investment Company, 1604
Farnam street. 2
Hughes &Sandberg, phot graphers,
205 North Sixteenth street, guarantee
satisfaction. The best 2.00 and 3.00
cabinet In the city. H-25tf
A. P. A. buttons 50c, in solid gold
$l.,ri0. American Book Department.
M noy to loan at Dime Saving
Bank, 1504 Farnam St.
Go to Dy ball's for fine candies, 1518
DojkIh. St.
S. R. Patten, dentist, room 348 Bee
building, telephone 56.
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tnKit l.-it )iti iity !m Ml Tees
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tUan Stxnqi mid tiny IH nil ili Mm
many ,' f happy Inart li-d lif...
W, N. WHITNEY,
103 CO. 1G ST.
.N'f.VM. sM.K
Of Ladies Hand Turned tthoes.
We have plini il on our ll.l!i,l N
TAUI.i: slos s Hint uijtl lo f lail for
fi'oin f L.'.O to fit, 00 and itiai k them at
the very lor prhn of
32. OO
for your flioliv. Al this price they
willsiNiu 1st sold, mid we iidvlso our
lady frlonda iu need of druss slns's to
conic early. These are not CHKAI',
TUAHiiY sIks, Imt as FINK and (if OI)
I'Tl'Tl N( J sliiM s n are made.
W. N. WI1ITNICY,
10,1 South l.'.th Ht.
American IamIo L. O. I. No. 221,
meet every Thursday night In lied
Men Hall in 1'atternon block, 17th anil
Fa-nain St. M. L. ZOOK See.
WE HAVE
The Finest Line of Harmonicas in tho
city. BELL STORE,
Jewelry Department.
Eal D) bull's Delicious Cream Can
dles, 1518 Douglas street.
I. i
K tie ti nt' Bakery 622 south ltith St.
Here is Your Chance.
Our great clearing Halo In Heavy
Underweur, Overall lrt, Fine Silk
Mufllers, Handkerchief and Umbrellas,
Don't forcet tho nlaco. ' I
LANDEN BROS.,
205 North 16th Street.
Hourchcrt, tho tailor, haa removed
from Sixteenth and California. He
can now be found at 9II7 north Twenty
fourth. Frlonda give him a call.
i
The Cabinot Reliable Gaaollno Stove
la Warranted for Three Years. It Is
tho Most Perfect gasolines stove made,
W. F. STOETZEL, 714 H. Iflth,
Is agent for tho west.
Take Notice!!!
The Holidays are over and the very
busy days aro gone, now to business.
From this date John Iludd, 305 North
16th Street will give Hi'K.ciAl. attention
to the repairing of Watches, Clock
and Jewelry. If you havo anything In
tho above lines it will pay you to take
It to him. All work guaranteed
American Bakery, 1818 St. Mary's
avenue. Wagon delivery,
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Removal Notice.
W. II. Bauer has moved from 160 j
Howard Street to 1718 St. Miry'
Ave. Telephone No. 1681. For any
thing in Hav, Grain, Flour and Feud
give me a trial. Would be pleased to
have all Fkih.ni come and see me,
, W. H. BAUER.
1718 Si. Mary's Ave.
Fire Sale Prices.
$'1.60 SHOES FOR 6 00.
Mens' line calf lace shoes, CORK
SOLE, for 6.00 a pair at this sale of
the Whitney stock of shoes, 1 03 South
Fifthcnlh street, opposite posiofllce.
notTce III
We wish to call attention to our
market, where we give you more meat
and better quality for your money than
other markets in this part of the city,
Everything s dd for cai-h. The C. O.
D. market. Gall In an 1 try us.
C. F. Bkkshkkt, -1021
Leavenworth Street,
PLEASE,
BEFORE BUYING
A 1'lano, see the new
scale Kimball at A. Hospe's, 1613
Douglas street. tf
EDLINQ BROS.,
308 North 16th Street.
Hatters and Gents Furnishers. Men's
Shoos, gloves, etc. Give us a trial,'
You should all remember that C. F.
Shaw & Co., 618 S. 16th St., has al
ways on hand, Vegetable, In season;
also a lull line of Staple Grocerlis.
Do not forget us when down town.
MONEY TO LOAN.
KEYSTONE CO., SHEELY BLOCK,
Loans on personal property, Insur
ance policies and real estate. Warrants
bought. See u first. 208 Shcely Blk
John Rudd, 805 North 10th St., has
a full line of Ladies' and Gent's Gold
Watches.
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Kuenne's bakery, 622 S. lth St.
oriit Ui t.tMit j
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IIIAfltS Kli.-l S Altit I ! f lUllti.
Till V
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( AKKIKI.K, S H
Physician and Medical Electrician
cuoitic Mievnw nistssi
a aeicisvM.
I.lii it.iil lll. nl I. W r.l Mil's lift l II
II I . i l . mi . i ui.ltn f 1 nn. I'liu
I'tnil II Hnlli.il II. i l SOll 1 1 Si1 It.illl
WOMKN CMItllMSN.
TrU ate Diseases of MaU A FemsU,
I'HIiWI't AllMlli'H Ml
0"H t HO ! Nlh, ItIN Snd Mfil,
1. 1 ..,,i,i. l 1 1 M A 1 1 Mil.
F2 FINE LIVERY
I . I v' 1 1 1 HiitfSlin. fmlillx lliirwi. rmrlHUi',
l inqs's. I U'., ii
ED. DAUMLEY,
Boarding a Specialty.
7th nd 8t. Msrjr'i At.
T.Uihnn 440
JOHN RUDD
JEWELER.
Wiiti'titu, IHiiiiiiincli. .Iiiwi'lrjr, Hllverwcar
iiikI riiM'ks.
I urn It i' it KiHvliilty In oviirliniilliiK nii't
rli'iinlnn rlironoKmpli Hi'iM'Hturs anil all
prinli'K of WiiIi'Iii'k hihI ciiM'lm.
Ji'wclry rc imlrliiK anil ttiHii iifiu'Mirt tiK-,t.
JOHN RUDD,
30s N. Slxtnntn Bl OMAHA, NIB.
E. T. A 1. 1, ION. M. I).
KYE AND RAH KUHOKON
:M KiitiiU" III' It r Harney A 1.1, Oniiihu.
GATE CITY
STEAM LAUNDRY,
TELKI'IIUNR IKK.
207 North 17th St., OMAHA, NEB
Work culli'd for and delivered.
SEALS
write
Tor Prices.
Ed. F. PICKERING,
Tel. 1538. 109 8. I6h Street,
OMAHA.
HENRY BORCHERT,
FINE
Merchant Tailoring
t pmoes low.
First class Cli'itnlriK, liyHiiK and Kepalrlng
Hul inflict Inn GuaMtnteed.
937 North 24th St. or 24th A Izard
H. HORBLIT & CO.,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
1611 LnAvtwotM Sr.
We invito our fkiknuh to call
Arid sec us.
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IIOSPEJR.,
ART
ISO Douglas St.
Omaha,! Neb.
W. T. WHITE,
IOO NORTH IOTH ST,
Stationery, Books and News,
IVrlori Iritis, Minorities, Notions. Fine I'm kft
('niliiry. I'lioir, Tulmei'os, and Hwokrr's Sun
llrlns. F.viii7thliiK II rut elass,
Friends Patronage Solicited.
HF.K X
JOII3ST HALL,
tiik
INSTALLMKNT JliWIiKIiK.
For 1'iil.rliitle F.mlileiii (iisids, llre
are a few pointers:
A. V, A, IxilUiiis In solid UM l,fl0
A, I', A, tuition" plated ,,, 44
Jr. O. I.'. A. M, pins, solid sold 7V UiftM
Ii, (, r, pins, solid K'llil ,., fl.ZAtoll.M
I', O. H. of A, pins, solid (told 11,2.1 to II. 7
507 N. 1QTH ST.
STOP THAT COUGHING 1 1
USC A BOTTLE OF
Sandstedfs Celebrted Cough Syrup
Priest 9 and SO Csntu, trie
SWEDISH DRUQ STORE,
M. ANOtTIDT, Sropr. 301 N. 10th .
A. L. Dan. J.W. Oonnall,
A. L. DEANE&CO.,
General A(nu for
HALL'S SAFES.
And Locks,
Bank and Vault Work.
1116 Farnam St.. Omaha.
t O I 1M i H.
LOBECK
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V Itol I h V)
Builders1 Hardware, Culleru
AND TOOLS
TRY 18 ONCB FOR LUCK.
1404 Douglas St. Tolcpliono 279. OMAHA. NEB.
a. it At.;?, at:3. cnicr,.
HALD cSc RICE.
MulK.tlS sn Hilll. ilH l
Anlhrnr lln, Hot h Surlrmw
irnniitn, onto,
Welmil Block.
Inut Bloc k. V-
t itu tmi nut v")tii o
I'll lit; S W l..r. tnili ml ll.n.Bi.1 Til. iiliiitin II m
Alilh Sin-'l Mini I'iiiiIi-i.iii Af. Ti'li lnin I.!.'!
KENEDY BRO.JS
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET,
1110 North 24th Street.
Best Quality FRESH and SALT MEATS at the Lowest CASH PRICES
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and POULTRY.
Givo Us a Trial. We Deliver Meat to any part of tho City.
THE McCAGUE SAVINGS BANK,
N. W. Corm-r Firtwntli anil DimIjjo Htrcnts,
Four 4 Per Cent Intoreet on Book Account
Five 'S Per Cent on Six Month Certificate.
Foreign Drafts and Money Orders at Lowest Rates.
Dunk open from tl a, m, lo 'i:.i p. tn. Mondiiys from 0 n, in. to S p. m.
TEETH
Full Set TEETH $5.00.
I'KKFECT FIT GUAIIANTKEI).
GOLD CROWNS AND BRIDGE
!PTJLiI-j2TGr 5Go TJ3P.
Dr. WITHERS, Dentist.
16th and Douglas Streets, Brown Block, 4th Floor.
TELBPHONf (778,
nr tv tir r tw cut Tin our
N.
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The Best Grades of Soft
COAL.
All Kinds of Hard Coal.
OFFICE.' IOO SOUTH 16TH ST.
YARD: COR. 1QTH AND IZARD ST.
TKL.STSMON I4BO
W. R. BENNETT CO.
They Open Another New Department-Constantly Increasing
Facilities-Three Car Loads of Flour Just In.
Priced on Flour Away Down Wonderfully Low Prleef In All Dupart-ments-Don't
Forffet Our Freih Butter and Egg,
New wiilrhi' dfirt jcwilry ri'imlrlnK rt
(mrlrii nl, wl-r fini run ttt four Wtttli,
cliK'kit or ji'wi'lrjr of itny k l(l repiilrurt Ijjt n
workitinn, Ml. S viry low prm,
I low ofu-n ilo
w riirrr our whU'Ii wiii-m
It U ri-Hllv at mi
ii w u ii on iwi -.omit (if It kiiIiiIiik or mitn
or Nl.iMliiK, linily Im'cmiiw w r ur If
w K.k If, Ui iiumi, li'Wi'cr w would I hi told
ftiat It would co.t. tl. or $i,t) U, nut II, In
good liH(, wIii-ii In r'iillly wnoiiKlit not I'l
morn iihii Mm or 1M: Ui liv II. tlm-d snd
Kiiiimrilwil, Wo proiio to do nil work en.
IriiKU'd to our mm In fHiiHIi nmrini r,
mid Kuiimiii"" llin work In fvxry mIihim), hi
HKNNKTTM I'OIM'f.AH I'Klf M,
HrliiKln Hnylhlfiir yon lmv lo rcpnlr In
tlilK IIiik mid li't imcuMiimtii on It for you; It
won't rit yon sriytliliiK ui do lliln, snd
roiirwii chii iiv yoii Mk nioni'V, "ur
liiiiintrili'f giH with pvi-ry lolj. In l-lils d
(iiirliiii'iil you will mIko Hud Hi) I'li'Kttiit
Hor(niciil of Jcwidry, wh'Iii. cloKk mid
ullvi'rwuiir, nud our nrliwn sr rlxlit cvury
1 1 mi'.
Now l your t.lm Ui buy croi'ki'ryr prcv
ri- down uiid iintllly up.
T'S tiiiiM. K: wt,
)'ni ! i-Kch, or 4x' dozon.
flimnlH'r wt, til. SI.HH,
Tuiiililri only M; rnwdi,
TIIKKK VkKWM liV FlU ll
J tint rifcclved, I'rlws rs wy down.
W. R. BENNETT CO..
1502 TO 1512 CAPITOL AVENUE.
& LINN,
l. I 1 t t I. t
I A Nil III J AH.
rvmuimn.
toft oost run ooostNa puhposh.
xI??TIB.2bc -
WORK AT REDUCED PRICES.
ah a ovwk, ti jij jij jM
OJJL.131JL.m
7.V for 90-lb. H'k, find Mil irnuJin Kiir-MiiU-xd.
Our liutK'r Sftmrtnfli1, l IkkuoIiiki prii'M
rn rry low, So olo linridlcd hf urn
Our t-ifiin urn Mil rwtuUjf i miOMl d srt
(In- tiit to m liMd In th vMf,
OI H MKAT AXfi MHH fKIT,
In doln wondroim, IO jirli'M Mfid fiilr
trMtlllTlt Ix wliMt doi II, No w!oiid dd
liy lid! Nil our Ini'Hl Mrn llif l'l,
In Ntnllon''ry w offer JS nk un-ii
fur oly
Oood not iHin'r'M: n-riMr,
Tolli-t inr iw tff i''k,
Tollut fiut'r h: i;ir roll,
Kcliooi imN, ll,li'l, pnni'flii of Mil kind.
I'lcliiri. ,iik fU'i, fir, All Mt llennfU'i
poiulnr irlr,
Oct Mil your Kood of u from our ttnu'irr
rt"(Mrtiri'(it, U'H, cotTdP Mild l;lc, linrdWMri
i'lKr Mud Uilwrti, dry 'o4, nd,lon, nud
our drui di'iirtniul,
l,ook fur liursMln In Mil of Inn mIova (if
liiirtriu'iit. In dm w run m you Hi ruont mimf
on MnytliliiK w unrry In till llrm,
W nrf l,lll wrvlnt frc, darn liulllon,
t-i-f Imlllori, cbi-rry cordlnl, Ifccf -ilrM:l, Mil
m free m tliK Mir you lin-Mttin,
( nl In snd try mmoii, or nil. for m wk
of so fr". Mnd ' If tticy don't Ixtiifflt you.
It, won't !. you MnytliliiK to try nd It my
vv you M nw Ii-mmi of lifn,
JONES
C.H.FOPBY,
M A N U V A CT LT 1 1 K 1 1 OK
TRUNKS.
AND TRAVELINQ BAQ9,
REPAIRING DONE.
1406 Douglas St. OMAHA, NEB.
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