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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               J ATLANTA CONSTITUT XXII. GA" SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 22. PAGES SIOLTX THE IF4R- MARCHING ORDERS. icction-A Iieportoil FI jnent with KedB PRICE FIVE CENTS AI.ABA3IA SESTATORSHIP. Ouo More Ballot Taken and Adjourned J ntil jHomtay Night MONTGOMERY, AH November 21 joint caucus of democrats of the general assembly to elect a successor to United States Senator Pugh, took one ballot tonight and adjourned till Monday night Tbe ballot re- sulted Pugh 41. Kolb 08, Watts 11. I> HAMPTON'S STEAD. counm ui a state 11 dt r tlie lead eathers and other in I tl o I c r J of terror ot T ittlo  t at they 1 ahantl med tiie delu Ud be 11 dela> however, in put n a tlmi in the tuo depart iRBJia i e juipment for the tleld Major General C  Pine Ridge fti nw Df Jblt, advices are tbac this ci clirp to our ntar r and bctweeu the Sioux i iin border MILFS Coinni IT V CVBINET Til LTIf G 31 i ctoi car-ied the d spa ches to ftr" use w hen ho attended the at noon Tjnd they formed a w scu-ssiou vt the meeting "iJ1 o- (Tditral fetchoheld, commanding ws in consultaiion with the sec an uour the condition of Affairs arv says thafi 1 stun male by Generi! Al leb that otl erdiv sioi s than his com gotten in readi icsj to leiuforce lain, i ady been anticipated Ciders to the commanding offi  e eucit is tin, intention of ment to hcaiilj rcinfon o the troops D tcotaa duniiKtlic winter, and tl ej in from other divisions from ne so as not to ov tranbporto- A Jply facilities In this way it is lat tht department bo to "w fim helmins; force of troops at the are the itenient is at it t height, uallj suppress in Indian up THi, s l LEEING v b D Novembe- JI a state that tlie sot-tiers of Emmons ell couucies aie tloekiug to that f r ounfc of a vrell defined rumor that lU to the war path tomorrow J d people from the country ara ka on the Missouri, is 11 r depopulated It was reported I- nonimi; tint two men had been no I the Ind ang in Campbell terff "t not bere The IT V3! county "ntes that there .1 oi bioux on the ease side of the e people are greatly excited and ton's Successor. CHARLESTON fe C, cial his been generally reported recently that Governor elect aillman would be a can- uidate for I nited senator apa nst Hampton iit the coming session of tho general assembly-ft hich convenes next Tuesday TiU- man, it said could have that high office if he wished it, because he controlled a ma- jority of the legislature Captain Tillman has neither denied nor admitted these reports It seems, however, that TLillman will not grve up so soon the ortice of jrovernor, which he has outfit no hard to The latest atory is that lie will reward one of hia strongest supporters during the recent hitter light, John Xi M Irb> lam elected to Hampton's place Mr Irby is a comparatively man n ith a reputation of i iiphter and a bully As ho is one at the few prominent Tillman men who has not yet claimed an office, there ia every reason to believe the report la true A CONTEST IX NEBRASKA A MOB DISPERSED EY TtfJS fKISOA Eft THEY WBUTTED TO ATTACK UPON A TENNESSEE JAIL The Crowd in 3IaUIne an Opening: In Men Crawl In and Are Mob Retired. Tho Independents to Contest the Election of tho Entire State Ticket CHICAGO, ember special from Lincoln, Neb says that papers have been pro pared for a contest by tho independents of the legality of tho election of the entire state gov- ernmeilt, all of are republican, except Govetnos Bovd About every form of corrup- tion "ever practiced in elections is charged against both political to deprive It-gal voters of their rights illegal voting, fraudulent naturalization, bribery, etc The contest will DO tried by the legislature, and the speaker will preside THE PHOSPHATE South Carolina Likely to Sell Out Her Znterost. CHARLESTONS C ,November21 It is learned definitely today that an English syndicate is negotiating the purchase of all the phosphate lands m this state, together with the machinery, etc They have igents here who are now making a schedule of the principal stocks and fixing the value Ten million dollars Is said to be about tbe figures involved Several representatives of the svn- dicate paid a visit to the place about three months ago, and took a look over the phos- phate territory It is not improbable that the legislature at its comig session will also sell t le entire interest of the state in the new nhosp'iate deposits the idea beiuc to use the money to pay off the entire state debt about which matures in 1S9J The plan has been freelj discussed in the Alliance, winch e undisputed sway in the legislature, and has many suppoi tern Governor-elect Tillman has spent several days in this city making inquiries about these deposits The state now gets a royalty of per ton, or about 000 per .iimuin from the New Rock miners KASHVILI.B, Tonn November 21 cial from Tenn says. The town 35 wild with excitement, and has been so for tho past eighteen hours Widdis, who mur- dered Constable Boss and his nephew, a few was brought from Pans yesterday evening to his preliminary examination A mob met the train at the depot, but the? sheriff had taken the prisoner from the train in tho west end ol the town and carried him to lail Jake Rosa, father of the murrtered boy, peisuaded the mob to let the law take ita course Instead of going home many remained and about 12 o'clock laat night surrounded tho jail to prevent aid bemg given to tho pris oner. At 1 o clock all preparations were made and mi attack was made 011 tlie jail. It was deserted, except by Widdis ana two other prisoners With sledg" hammers and cold chiselsj the mob destroyed the lock on tho out- side door The maldo door was solid cobt iron, one inch thick, and perforated with a hole 2x3 inches They could not break the door down, but ftroke out a piece lJi.li> inches GOING ZHKOUGH: A HOLE Two prisoners were in the cells, but Widdis was in tho hall An Irishman named Ed Coulter climbed through the hole, and after he got in he claimed that his pistol would not nre Another was lu nded him Then A re- port was hoard, and Coulter claimed that lie was shot Sam Sellars started in to his assistant e, when Widdis, or some one shot, the hall enter- ing Sellar's face near tho nose, and lodging under the jawbone on the opposite side Dr Cox dressed the wound and faellars went home A report reaches here that he is dead The mob dispersed after this Tho prisoner as returned to Paris tins morning without hav ing had a preliminary trial The end is not >ot If Sellars is dead, the ernor will have to send a regiment to protect Widdis HIS WIFE. XHE ALABAMA CHJLUSTIAIS3. n W-ieiltJU iillU Msllsrtind Major majaty.Jor a-ms and ammuuluon GLANDERS IX TEXAS Wrtoau, 1 Si, CA, tho Stock Market Testerday 1 21 -Jiciiiliup, tho "votermarv Uiw nloww authorized bv fUeihly lnvestlsate tlio tence of Banders ln icvw, in todny fornarded hia o governoi It states that n wnere were lound to J i .Do 1ft itt county, where tbe horses All ials iave been killed by Dr 11 T Ku8k s agent The dia- stamped out The -ns agamst indera The condition to 3fake -i Tnal Trip 21 secretary L ordered a trial of the new ta ve p ace nexr Tuesday 11 prohably be off the tr al board will consist of and Silas Casey, Com- T Budseuiau, Constructor -L-iigmeers Ayres and Al itant Lnginoers H N Ste- K J lieid Assistant Tlioy Meet In State Conference tn An- nieton. ANMSTON, Ala November 21 The hfth annual convention of the Alabama Christian Missionary Society was called to order at 10 10 o clock Thursday morning, by J JS Gruob of LaFajette, Ala, who was elected president, pending the arrival of Preii dent J H Fuller On motion, the chairappomtedtho following committees On Baxter, Go- lightlj and Branch On Irvm and Moore Mr Kobcrt Moffott, corresponding secretary of the general rnissfoinry society of land, O, addressed tho audience He was followed by to B Moore, of Chattanooga, Messrs Baxter and Gohghtly, of Annistout and G Jacks, of Georcia> 1 he onous churches made their reports for the past 3 ear After this A R Moore followed with a statistical report showing a much larger ingathering than wu, expected blX THOUSAND MINERS Ate Xillcoly to go on a Strike on the First of December. BIIWIINOHVM Ala, November six thousand c vife for u ith only S2G in the hank Mrs Helper let" tonight foi her father s home in Sat aim ih Helper is a boen con- well known news known newspaper man boen nected with The New "i ork Sun A tail .ind Lx press, The Southern Manufacturers' ord aud othe-s He is a nephci ot Hinton Helper, author of "The Impending Cribis g Cri JLI1C AlVAY, The Tennessee Directors. !Nrw K 21 d rectors of the 1 net Tennessee irginla and Georgia railroad, held a meeting in this, citj this morning fc. AI I eltou, Jr w IB elected a director, and tl-eii pres with headquarters either at Cincinnati or General bamuel Thomas was chosen chairni in of the board ol directors, and will be Jt ated in Now "York to look after tue load s in >li Calvin Bnce and Major Henry rink werJ'eleoted vice piesHent L M Swami. oC 3Sew eeeretary I Neil Miteheil of Kuox villc, trtjasurer liie company JIIH recently branched out and owns or controls 2 miles of traek Is What a Man tpon the CJaUovrs Told a Spectator. KfoxviLtB, Tenn November 21 .Tack Maples, colored, was hanged here today for rape upon Mrs Kufo Lewis, near station on the 18th of last J ubrnary Maples denied his guilt to the last, and a dramatic scene was witnessed, -when ou the gallows, pointing his finger to Connor tho piniciial TI i for the state, he accused h i m of swearing his life away A .lotieoanlo feattne was that half an hour elapsed fiom tno time- the drop fell until he v.aa pronounced dead UP FOR DISSECTION. The Sun's Cotton Review November opened at two to three points, decline, closing steady at an of five to seven points on near and four to c points on late months irom yesterdays closing prices and real cotton ia lower and winter cotton dearer is about the record of s market at tno south as well as here A better state of affairs on the stock exchange and easier money, together with "small re cei) the ports gdAc quite an to sprc ula.tive if ter the second ill which culm t navtd in a e >iibider.ible Advance lor the day Iha lurther largiJ mtreiie in tockft at inferior townn something of a damper to the bills ni the half hour liLt causea no deehuo Spot cotton 1 16 cents lower Mm W e Wirchell, A K Mc- Election Returns. ember 21 _ _ otal ote 2O r I avter, JJ 2_0 pj Buch- uiajontv _ j lor s pluraiitj over i_0 iliqt ti strict is 714 o ei ibtsr .'1 cor >w tl 13 13 nmch t u e 11 three weeks rmal ejluiff clouds Jced Her TUe JKlllshts of Xiabor. Col November 21 night'i session of the Kmgbtsof Labor w as prolonged till neirly daylight tbis morninc: Ihcro was a prolonged wrangle first over tho report of the committee on political action then tho place of hoMinK the next meeting The coni- nnttee reponed three cities .New York Toledo and Al An Hank Failure Jn the Sonth- trest. KANSAS Crrv, Mo 21 ex- tensive bank f-Jilure is reported here, involv- ing ro less thaq hnancial concerns m tho southwest So far as is the facts aio these when Oklahoma was nnde a terri- tory the Aewton National bank, at Newton, was established, the Commercial Natioml oanjc, at Guthrie, uith branches at Norman, EIreno and Still water Tho samo bank had .1 branch at Whitewater, county, Kansas About two months ran was made on the Guthrie bank, out tho Newton bank wont to the rescue with a special tram carrying hinds, and met all claims presented Since that time tlie credit of the whole group of banks has been more or iess impaired. The Kansas City banks became alarmed at tlieir condition and withdrew their support YBstoiday the Newton bank -nas taken possession of tho federal bank authorities loaay the Guthne bank suspended and its doors are closed and the Whitewater concern is intnehandaof an examiner Nothing has been heard from the Eireno, Gorman and Stillwater banks An Oklattomft Bank SaspeutlB GITTHEIR, Okla Novembe" 21 Com mereial tank, of this citj which is the largest bank in tho territory, made an assign mont late lost for the benefit of cied- itors, to tho sheriff as assignee The proprie- have all left town -The failure involves all that manj ot the depositors have A lirgo crowd haa stood about the bailing all day Orders of attachment are tacked upon the doors of the bank in great numbers The failure was caused bj tho failure of tho bank a fow weeks aso i-he liabilities and assets cannot he ftscer tained A run w as made on other bunks this but upon showing ample funds the depositors were satisned and the panic stopped. THE LINE Off DBPOSITOBS In rroBt of the Cltirens- Bonk In I.ew iork W TtOEK, November 21 run on the Su-vlncs Bank southwest cornel of Bowery and Canal street, started on Wednes day, and continued in full force tod ly I'resl dent Bdward A Qmntard, and other members H the committee of nnanco of the mstitut on a bank this inornin T 1 here had been some t ilk unong the panic- Btucken depositors that the omccrs of the bank might avail themselves of the rule which reads "J.O person shall have the richt o withdraw any part of the amount that may ie to his credit unless he lias ninety pro viously, given personal notice to the banlc of the amount he wishes to withdraw To do away with anv impression of this sort, e nnanco committee held a session, at the call of President Quintard, and decided, by a unanimous vote, to paj out to the depositors heir money )ust as fast as they could The doors of the bank were thrown open at a quarter of 10 O'UOCK, and at that time the line M anxious depositors reached oral squares Ait PABTILS ENJOINED A Tennessee Merchant Hides Behind His Mothoi and Sifters TjRVv isauno Tenn November cial Seasongood Co of St Louis, wholesale dealers in clothinc: have attached the stock of goods and real estate amounting to recently owned by W H Crawford a merchant of this place Mr Crawford dis posed oJ all his propeitj, real estate and stock, seiltujrto his mother and two sisters and taking their notes on long time At that time lie on ed. Bear, Soosongood Co and. THE IRISH APPEAL JFOK THE DESTITUTE F3SO- or THE CIRCULAR ISSUED YESTERDAY By the Irish Patriots TSaltiue This Country- Mr Darnell and tho O'Sfcca Verdict- Foreign Gossip Generally. NFW YOPK, November of the Irish parliamentary delegates, send out this circular The Irish, people are now face to face with ft de termined and powerful attenrpt organized by Balfonr anda number of torrj. anUliuerilunionist capitalists in UigUtid and lantTfinl ,-j i.dicates in Ireland, to ttarve out Irish organisations an 1 evicted tenants by simultaneouslv increasing tue Vigor of coercion aud the number of e> ictions Bo resolute in a mercllcbs is this combination that at tbe very moment when, according to the government itself large portions of Ireland are menaced with severe distress wliole .le evictions are le ng cairied out The chief purpose of tlie mission of the Irish delecates to Vineries is to counteract tills laat desperate ab ault b5 an anneal to the gen erosity of the American people for moral and financial support The amount of sympathy and interest air ndv manifested m their iriluion has exceeded their im Pt sanguine xitectotious Tae-v now find it will be im; le tor them to visit-ill fmrnnnlLh invitations are beine received lr ii, therefore feu 'treste I thit in oil such tnwna faubhtriptionB slumM be started flio urgency and graMt} ol the crisis m Ireland will it is uapad, he allowed 10 justify delejutes in re inesttng that everj energi be put tortn to make her subscriptions c Jiiunenaur ite with the vist demands on the of the national party All subscriptions colleetetl should be forwarded to Ur J L, Kennj ii-omber oi pir liameut and Alfred member of parliament it the office of the Irish itional L aKue, 4J Upi er O fonnell street Dublin bein tlie two Kin tlemen aopomted hj Parnell as treasurers fur raised In America TUe English Weefcly Catholic Papers On the Plvurce Trial LONDON November the English eekly C athohc papers are unanimous in their condemnation of filr Parnell in conse- quence of the outcome ot the O'Shea dnorre suit The Star warns The Pall Mall Gtrette against couti'iulng its faitfer opposition to Mr Parnell's leadership of the Irish paity, and saya that The course is hkoly to in duee reprisals from IreSaud which will end m an irreparable breach between the now rocon ciled and sympathetic nationalities The Pall "Mall Gazette today makes another attack upon Mr Parnell In tho eourse of its article it says that some persons will be turned against the Irish cause, not ao much by the di- vorce case itself, as by the sidelights thrown Sexton A R4.THI R ROUGH But Bnsmess Tall Off as Muchaa Anticipated >.rn. The of trade of R -r, Uun C> IJ.e m-nPl is that tht business world hau been able to Btand witlisojjttledistuibance J usfai such the Bhock and strain as tlie i ast t o liave brought ith the at-stts oi com- mercial banking noube in Great Eritian turatd over to tlio Bank ot with several largo stork failures here, and one at Fbiladel ptiit, and Gome savings banks beau.ged bv ig- norant depositors m 'a panic, the ttato business of tin. couatn liaa liardly been af- foctctl at nil checked buying jet has the d of miUng foreign exchange to retard the move ment of cotton i m ire ton ervatire temper in trading, hat i j. tlm-. IT inuicates a faoundtr c wulit on of Ugitimito business than man., s n tu DC 1 Tliero f a many apeeuUtuns li ts ijr t Jo b, tha pubhe IIM not 1 tii til n mi i ari, in such oferulMis It m-1% be Iioi ed tl at the financial mstitutu IIB forcea at i rap peeulations which absoiuet'emniouaciiltal v IMiaiom ro luims ivaiUlilD a ui t 4t i ai iia3 ?nbc lor tlie oi ind jstrj and c o i er f i ind jstrj ind British ius (.s i v th ican -stock Citrates -lirn v e 111 s t i UK an t s -unwcs i rn-ttuuati-d i n j The J ailntrs Ii id iN 1 t I n 1 f rlio In conn t ttoii tl i irt.s >pper in A 4 In i otli i an ks lias im wli d a 1 r un 1 lit, tpr fuuiLia 0 ttn i i boom ut in 10 t i n 0> ticr p iucts tl e Wrof OTOOiu ai looses n v t 1 ccji ur H p t) this tin e hi" at prti en ed ai I the j n Mock haie I u slo n us we! and tlieruib f till n unns il c, HHJ ia i c enow L b and JL e E 1m ID p, c bina Icr tn ui waa ci.-i to tbe icr.il tl i per o tiat ol m i ul IL d (t New r Ll i il last tl c 11 ne I et n ehr 1 cut lei l htud in the sin p r ei t ai w ch ill li 1 t it, irt I r riluus ita ha la 4 c r i j, t e week corn x) o t LJ L, mil it. 4 00 w r niii indieit n cent eeuts, r o 1 1 Iti cents ilii lain. 1) i e The Execution of a In Wayne County .IHSTTP, Ga November 21 first hanging that was done in cotmtj, was the haiigincrof Henry Moore, col- ored, here this afternoon at 2 >0 o clock Tho drop fell at exaetly J o'clock this afternoon, and in nine minutes ho pronounced dead by the physicians attending- The crime for wich he w is hanged was the killing of an unknown peddler, with Lee Jordan as an accomplice who is now sen ing a life sentence m the pentitontiary Six February, ISfa'J on the Savannah, Florida and "Western railway, about one uiilo from heie He acknow ledged, just before being executed. 1 that ho did the himself The body i nas sent to the btato Med cnl oiluge THET FOUGHT TIGKBS And One Cat the Other to Ten neesee Tragedy CHATTANOOGA, Tenn November 21 July, 1887, John Pickett, a- native moui taineer killed hia wife on Waldorf ton miles from here, by shooting the top of her head off with a rine He hid out in tho woods monthr, was finalIv betrayed a relative eaptured, tned and acquitted on the ploa that the shootniR- was Tonight as Pickett was crossing the oi here on the? feecitt'ed tho attach- ment alleging that two of the women have no means, and that the other has not more than i 000 and that the transfer was made for the purpose of defrauding hiseieditors Crawford was eujomod from disposing of or collecting tho notes, while tho norron were emomed from paying anything on them Tho Barings on Their Foot. I ONBOV Novembei 21 is officially an- nounced that arriiige-rents for continuing tho business of Baring Brob Co hai e been con- cluded A limited company has been formeu, an 1 will be registered immediately, with a subscribed t apital exceeding Jbi 000 000 Ihomas Baling member of parli tment, bt- comes Lhiirinoit of the c jmpany and devotes the whole of his fortune to the hrrn K credit Ihe other dirootois are Viscount Francis member oc parliament, Mr John Baring, Mr and Mr Hodgson Tlio Run on the Howard. :NEWAIIK, N J Ivovembor 21 run on the Ho vard Savings Bank still continues, bnt is not so y as it w os The only persona withdrawing their from tho bank today aie those having small accounts there The hunk is in the best possible con- d'tmn 000 m gold was reeeived last night for uso in today's business Mttnr depositors aro then money in the Dink ami havlnj their deposits insured Aasisninciit In Klchmond. a November _l 1__ r__R Queries bunker anl broker, assigned lenl Peyton Wuse trustee 3d is inabi fty to realize im med arely on debts due him or to procure netued loans in thepreient condition oi tho monej markota This liabilities thought to be about 000 or 000 His bank obhga tionsaio sud to be amply eecuied with good that the divorce has no connection with pol- itics by quoting from a letter written by Mrs O tohc i to Captain in which she accu ses Mr Healy of publishing the of Mr Parnell B presence at Elthaui, and concludiiij; tho "I wit sure theh spite would bo endless after your Gihvay success THK SVPPI.V X.IMXTKD. Tbe Demand, for Dr Koch's Lymph Oreat. BFRLIN, November 21 Berliner TBRO- bjatt sajsthat the preparation of Professor Kochs cuntive lymph is Droceeding rapmlr, bus the quantity required for hospitals and cannot fee OTudo u hero torli-v to The ascribed before the end of Tanuarj The that have been made to imitate the lymph justify the adoption of severe measures against imi- tators 1 he lynj ph ia now available for use in most of tlie Berlin tils At the sitj hospital the doctors lioiittho ut.a of the remedy to persons who are strong enough to corae to get an injection All money realized from the sale of lymph goes into tl o funds of tho hygienic ofiict NFGLFCTKD FATIFM'S LOTOON, >sovember 22 Berlin corres- pondent of Tho Telegiaph declares that while the of poor in hospitals is only hilf completed owins to the supply of lymph bunn oxhaiiBte 1, a favored phvhi- dansaro fioni 100 to 110 patients to impound each The correspondent further sajs that hospitil tiont aie onU hilf treated an tnen O-Eleii being left m i dangerous condition Some, ho s, o botn rendt rod comatose bj the treatment and been revned only by tho use of pow erf ul es One patient is reported to lam in on unconscious s onditon Looking Toward Mexico, SAV November 21 cial American lot erj companies find tint Mexico is a rich ne'd for their operations, ind information received here from the of Vlexlco btates tliat President lias recently received t number of requests for coneessiom 'rom these chj-rce institutions It is under- stood that the1 Mexican government aoes not tno lottery with ind it itfal if any of the concessions will be granted Tin- Hoises Kan An ay RALEIGH N C ember 21 Durham, this morning, Mrs M wife of Rev C J an Episcopal IB mister, ana AV L, wall, were driving 111 an open carr age -was sent to tlie house, and the spirited horses started off Mrs W all lumped out and was almost instantly killed MM soon afterwards jumped an! el internal injuries, from which her death i ed to latlier ------ioihereon feriv B roferred to the ANTONIO Tex 21 P ckett ma way olfensi who commenced an attack on Allen with a knife Alien also drew a Knife, both fighting like tigers, received thirteen cuts, one of nhichma> prove fatal PieKett was cut four times The internal carotid artery was severed and he died in a few minutes after receiving the cut The nallv agreed to decide upon theplaic In i mailed vote tlurtv days before the meeting The assembly then adjourned sine die on Hand in 1893. ST PAUL, Novemoer 21 State Farm ers' Alliance, of Minnesota proposes to have a hand in the national politics of 1892 A call baa been sent to the county alliances of the state for a convention of the alliance to be held in St Paul December SOtli The objec of tho convention, it 13 understood, is to take tovrar 1 tue orRamzattou of a national aihance pojit-cal partj ___ An Execution in Tazoo City. CITY, Miss November 21 Dorsey Edwards, colored, was hanged here this morn- ing at 11 o'clock lor tho murder ot his wife in September lait A Touch Story CHARLESTON S C, Jsovember 21 [Spo- John Will a, a negro boy about 15 old came tho ciU and to the chief of police lelated a norribie storv. He Mud he and his l.tJicr and mother ed -ibout ten miles f rout Wiliibtoii.Bani'n ell county that on Wednesday night hib mother went out to a sociable against las father's command, and that on her return the old man cut her throat putting the body on a wheelbarrow trucked it to a sugar cane furnace near by where he proceeded to cut it in pieces and said hefled Before nished his horrible work cial Mr, Betk an the tlarvo mentioned m th  ttorw foartlM a mil >ecund Time, 1 n an inch of oeath foi thirtj six hours Professor Koch, it is said, knows no thing of the beandal and is not responsible for it NOT AV ABSOLLTr CHRP VIKNV November JI who have returned to lenna and Festh, from Berlin, wain tho public against that Koch 3 remedy is an absolute eu o for consumption although all mpus is b, tho KoeL. process btories of the Survivors LO'-.DON, Novoi ibor 21 members of the crew of the Bnt sh cruwer Serpent which MO.S lost ot the Spanish coast on tha of .Novemoei 30th, have arrived at Plymouth on tno troop ship Tyne In an mtfriieir, Burton one of tlu survivors said he bohe-ied that the sea had extinguished tne Serpent's fires as most of the bodies picked UD were ered with c-? of dubt Theolhcers of the however, belieie that tho Serpent's boilers burst, as several of the bodies -were mutilated No Clmnce fov an LONDON, November 21 pgreement be- twoen tho Bristol channel committee of the SIuppJig federation and the Seaimn'a Union seems to be Bothsidts i-o perfcotin their imriCements for impe id nig The uuioii dccliies tliat It hid not adt anced a i> cToibitaut or unfa r c aim and that tho shipowners aie biaiuablo for provoking the strike The National Liberal Federation LONDON, November21 tho conference of the national liberal federation held tudaj the platforji was adopted in of free edu cation, reform in land lawp disestabiish- ine it and di eudofi mtnt of tho church of St rjtlo. 11, local option format, o i of distr ct and pmsh cou r s and tno nieiid nCT or ending ol the 01 lords I unI i rt un is ir is i dei it -U u Icau neater i l b ceuta, aud i o tiLera are tet ntni( for e inner IE Iff. ecuts lue fci.nuil ol jnets has lalJeii I', ppr c nt tin-, i mi th I ut i btill abuut 7 i er cent alioi e the s a ce i e 11 Silvtr Uja Jalltn l a k t t n, pr ee t f ipnl !5tu, wnen tlie 11 om rml tlje outi ui. of the mines to %tt neltlitr tho shrink ageinprieesn r the stnigumy in tlie m mey market can be attribute 1 to rue onerat ons at tlie treasury which has put out tiic iveei OJO a Hi in >ru new tilver lotos, while takfntr m in the form of mmiev The vo time  Vfi as the w to clam hn tin ie Tue tribe of vh ch si e is a aieuiber is a znont one, and Chester ref jsed to uo tlnn u lie-53 the girl was to be l'ie iwijigsonJy queen 1 he Uinj vho :s c tli stones about IP ms pr i ivc J ty lo ti as d t id it s I KPJ that n i e v month sell e il be back to u o t a throne in her name land h e has hit lateral offers of ma-nape from i Jiving DOT her home, but hhe haw refuse i them a! 1 a id the King will Jind hei lie -L vxho cud fiee African h'te si e does care much for sentiment, and pcrfectlj rojueiit to wed a man 3 ears iiei scnio: and she nas not Kten bince was a small chiid 7HEI TLIfNJ I> TIzS TIDE. of Kogran I2o f tho r O tr tmbc" -1 Cit Da Us of the in line i asarnvtd from IJoit u tMo latest intelli- gence of tlie o't j Spanish Honduras. Her captain Cu-r es F Hardic 'I unrlerstood thoutrh the armj of was victorious tho is to the va or of tho Americans who numbered about City nimert, unaer Major L A of "Sew Oilcans, and Tamos in port on tin lltii and on HIP Kith Aho it an hour before we a fibroin recpned by icra1 Ivrafc tro n Frcfi   not captnred and executed Oi> icported He died game H t. son was captured and is reported to been esecu'ed Sanchez was tlie last man horn would turn traitor to hi i, islio was iiii contiaeutial adviser and Colonel lie un diet! cud- denH in Brot KH i Major nant ij> -n tcud n o Finn 'liefn -ailroid died m Ha., yesterdaj rf nucuinoiua g n tie statement I li   

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