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   Kokomo Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1894, Kokomo, Indiana                                THE KOKOM ILY 1 WE LFTH DECEMBER PRICE TWO CENTS GOING So are our Winter They are full of warmth and Danger ot pneumonia if you wear light cloth or clothing go cheap theres cot ton in Dont think you cannot find your fit or suit your We have stock enough to fit a regimen with stylish Winter Suits and Over Oir 00 Suit is praised by wise ones in Clothing matters The merry jingle of the sleigh ball will soon be Why not get a right royal Overcoat to please you girl or your Well sell you jewel for The immensity o onr business is made up of the atom of carefulness we exercise to pleas all Try our I J CLOTHING SHOE CO 14 Main KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly The many who live bet ter than others and enjoy ife with less by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the Syrup of Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the the refreshing and truly beneBcial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the dispelling headaches and fevers and permanently curing It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical because it acts on the Kid Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug eists in 50c and but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup to whose name is printed on every also the Syrup of Figs and being well you will not accept any substitute if CHANGE IX TUB Resolution In the Senate Looking to Thill OPENING DAY OF Animillrd Scenen III Until Uraiiehcn Were Incidental tn the living IteinliiiE of Tiirpirn llMolBlion lirert Vnte For Other There was more or less talk on the Democratic side of the senate during yesterday about the importance of a change in the rules of the and this culminated late in the afternoon by the introduction of a resolution by Senator George looking to that The resolution directs the committee on rules to report at the ear liest practicable moment such amend ments as will eimble the senate to rea sonably discharge the legislative func tions imposed upon The resolution specifically provides that the senate shall have power to come to a vote on THE IU by Men mill Among the statesmen the following expressions have been secured with regard to the presidents message Speaker Crisp was not prepared to ex press an opinion until be had examined the message Wilson expressed bis gratification over presidents vigorous recom mendation of the free coal and iron bills and his indorsement of the recommenda tion for the abolition of the differential on refined Bryau said he was opposed to any financial scheme which would give private individuals the power to issue Barter characterized the presidents banking scheme as aj BY TRAINMEN Armenian Reach Athens and Tel ol Awful FIRST REPORTS ThirtyTwo llevastated After the Most Appalling Alrocitien lluil Keen Practiced Upon Women ami While the People ArtonlHlihie by the Assiicialeil Asso ciated Press exclusively has been able tci fur u I Winmi I of the l i a Train Suli ii and Hudson rail good long step in the right but give to the world the facts of the terri persoually he thought he ought to go atrocities perpetrated upon Armen said the Christians in Asia and today its representative has succeeded in ob taining additional details confirming the statements previously The representative met 20 Armenian ref ugees who arrived here from Armenia presidents devotion to routine recomj its representative has mendations in reference to the business i of tariff suggestions are wise aud The business interests of the country may rest assured that there is to be a long period of rest so far as general tar iff legislation in Bailey is opposed to the DBCGS AND WTATBOWLIN Wishes to remind the forgetful that Christmas is and to further announce that he is fully prepared to meet all the demands of the festal sea He has laid in a handsome ar ray of artistically beautiful all at moderate such aa DECORATED HANDKERCHIEF NECKTIE AND COLLAR ELEGANT COMB AND BRUSH EOCKET BOOKS in Seal er and Lizard skin HOICK DELICATE Foreign and A FINE LINE OF Specially for the Holiday These are a few of the Come in and pee what we Druggist and Stationer 26 dw N Society women often feel the effect of too much ai teas in rapiJ succession finA them worn or rundown by the end of the sea They suffer from sleeplessness and Ths smile and good It is time to accept i Doctor Pierces Fa vorite Its a medicine which cases of ous dis orders which arise from it The Pre scription is a powerful uterine tonic and especially adapted to womans delicate wants for it regulates and promotes lirits take he help offered any ponding question after giving such reasonable opportunity for amendment and debate as the senate may decide to be proper to compel the attendance of a quorum that for the purpose of making a quorum all senators present may be whether answering to their names or not that a senator present who fails to answer to the call of his name shall le punished for disorderly OIKNSNR OF IlcliireMiue In a hut De of opening of the short session in the house was picturesque in a but devoid of in teresting The victorious Re publicans and the defeated Democrats exchanged greetings and gave and took thrusTs on the ronlt of the recent politi cal battle with much animation but thorough good The galleries were crowded and the desks on the floor wore smothered with The leaders on both sides got enthusiastic receptions from their respTctive parti the of Speaker R Wilson aud Burrows being the signal for long and loudoutbuuts There was no chance iu the first days proceedings for public reference to the so that the actual proceedings were dull and new members after a journey full of hardships and Securing the services of a he gathered the even though it be a together at a convenient Senator Mitehell His and after having relieved their whole financial scheme is I pressing necessities the interpreter nuts it is a proposition really going back tenoned the refugees concerning the ter old Senator Blanchard approve of the state bank recominenda tiiinl liiMilcil one ttml t half miles north of Ptiri Henry yesterday after mail ani express uiid went into LiakeChain plain awl me end of tile smoker was also thrown into tin1 while the and passenger cars remained in the Richard Cjiiinii of Halls an express and Mail Agent itonse of Rouse were Others were in jnred HER FOURTH Couple ncuiiitoil Separated Forty Mi Black and Rebecca were married here Saturday It is now learned that the sunn parlies were married in When their only child was six months old Black After three years absence his wife was divorced and mar ried iibbs of who died iu the The widow after tht war married Lymcr who sub sequently She has resided at Obillicotiic for Black recently found her having previously written to Their son is a com mercial rravi ler and recently was a can didate for sheriff at Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatest U S Oovt Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE No rlnire 1 or opyiiljf I Court Hess has derided that inav be copied in his n Sena In iin ors Airain In Session orates and Many women suffer from nervous pros or owing to congestion or to disorder of the special The waste products should be quickly got rid of the local source of irritation relieved and the system invigorated with the Pre Do not take the socalled celery and nervines which only put the nerves to but get a lasting cure with Pierces Favorite for the reason that 74 per cent of 000 pounds of sugar produced in Louis iana shares iu the Senator Hansbrough I had heard that the president was suffering from the and the message confirms He recommends a decrease in the notwithstanding the and makes no recommendation for the increase of Senator Perkins I like his recommendation for an increase in the bnt am opposed to his free ship Senator It is a good business Senator Chandler The message is a commonplace docu Reed and Burrows had noth ing to Of the Democratic members of the senate committee on finance Senators Harris and Vest asked to lie excused from expressing any opinion on the financial views advanced by the Arkan I I riMe events of which they had in a iium i her of cases been This party of Armenians is the first that has 1 escaped from the districts where the massacres aud it is believed that even worse remains to be as the horrors recorded are understood to have lasted for a long time after this party Most of the persons who told these stories escaped from Bitlis and taking with them what little they could Beginning of Armenian women escaped from the villages with this but when near Erzeroum they died from the effects of saber wounds inflicted upon them before their For about 18 the Armenian refugees AFTER CAPTAIN COUNCIL TO he having funnd i for a charge of 1 cents per Ind schools cloi until further notic There are and the i opinions without precedent ion I All the city 1 for two or on account of diph number of cases lining LHITK Pel the province of Sassouu has been surrounded by Turkish troops and no body has been allowed to enter it or to About four months ago the Turkish authorities learned that the in habitants of a village outside the frontier of were sending for the necessaries of life to the villagt of Such communication being the Turks massacred nearly all the inhabitants of This The One THE BEST NEWSPAPER For Indiana readers is tbc Indianapolis And it should be in possession of ev cry man who desires to be thoroughly posted on all political and general news and especially Indiana The Daily furnishes ALL THE NEWS domestic and foreign com plete and accurate market reports a State news service that covers all im portant and a generous supply of miscellaneous information for gen eral This year the proceed ings of the State Legislature will be of especial importance and interest Its both news and advertis are free from indecent or obiec Givc it a It CENTS AWEEK And for five cents additional you wil receive the SUNDAY which contains more and better readin matter than any other piper printei in The WEEKLY ia furnished at a Liberal commissions to Subscribe with any of our agents or tend direct tn JOURM SEWSPHPER IND WILLIAM Richland writes I had been a great sufferer from female weakness I tried three doc tors they did me no good I thought I was an invalid for But I heard of Pierces Fa vorite and then I wrote to him and he told me just how to take I took eight I now feel entirely I could stand though listened to it was concluded without a single mark of ap proval or The death of the late Representative Wright of Pennsyl vania was then whereupon the as a mark of ad In the senate the scene was not differ ent iu any important were the the the flow message and all Among absentees was Senator had been read and the the notable After the message 1 on my feet only a short and now I uo all my work for my family of The llage contained 235 Armenian and Senator Jones of sas would only repeat what he had herej wag tne second massacre to tofore he did not believe any fljgt took place about a year ago financial legislation would be possible gf the a man named during the present Republican J states that his uncle and aunt were ajjMyti cratic i Senator Sherman would go no fnrtner than to say the message contained noth ing Governor Oates of Alabama There is a little too much centralization in the presidents banking scheme to please states rights bnt it would be a great improvement on the present houses before the Turks attacked but when the fugitives left only houses remained Illooily it is the largest village in the province of aud its when they learned of bankiugsvstem and I heartily approve the horrors perpetrated by the Turks at attacked the Turks on the Turkish commandereveiit tionabla will cost you 15 HMCB Money to On farms and city properly at the Lowest rate of Interest And on the most favorable No long Money JOHN Rooms 3 and Union MONEY TO Loans procured on most Privilege of partial pa We will take pleasureTin answering ELLIOTT Southeast corner Public over Dar bys dw LOANS AND Honey loaned tor those wanting safe invest Good Extensive experi Best of Boom 1 Kennedy dwyl ordered George presented a resolution for the revision ot This was followed by other routine nil til adjournment at 4 Scheme Said to Be ol irregularities conducted through the United States aud English mails has been made to the postoffice department by the British and as a resul Postmaster General Bissell has directed postmasters at New Phila delphia and Baltimore to return to send ers all registered letters addressed to the International Patentees agency or to either Percy Willis or Henry constituting the The parties are charged with conduct ing a fraudulent Free Coinage bill provid ing for the free coinage of silver was in troduced in the house by Representative Hartman of An important provision of the measure is that requir ing import duties to be paid in gold in ease where the articles of importation are brought from countries whose gov ernments refuse to open their mints to the free coinage of silver and Cleveland at the White fact that President Cleveland appeared at the white house yesterday for the first time hi two coupled with the length of his gives color to the belief that most of the time he was engaged on the work in hand rather than in nursing an alleged gouty He ap peared in good health and limped bnt New Agalnut district Preftft Louisville CourierJournal The presi dents message is unusually long and is The nally sent 12 soldiers into Dalvorig iearn what had The Armen almost as uninteresting as it is j filled with indignation at the atroc Aside from the indorsement and synopjtigg attacked this detach sis of Secretary Carlisles plan for cnrment and put them all to When rency with one or two other the Turkish commander heard of tht the message has but death of his soldiers he determined upon little other significance than attaches to avenging it in the most bloody manner a clerklike condensation of the various A strong force of Turkish department In this respect it troos was sent to the will In this respect it troops was sent to the is very different from some of the pre and the massacre ceding messages of fcept np a continuous fire ujioii Cleveland Leader The message is until practically not one stone was lef til practicall remarkable for nothing but the presi standing upon dents financial which T are intended to please the Populists and Democrats of the and if carried would result in the re vival of wildcat currency and the ma terial weakening of onr national bank ing New Orleans TimesDemocrat The viewed in its makes the remote suggestion that its author might probably be losing his New Orleans Picayune It is doubt ful if there has ever been presented to a congress a more conservative and jndi cions Chicago Tribune With the exception of the brief tariff statement and the somewhat longer financial the message is purely clerical and re flects the routine work of the depart Chicago Herald The message is very much in earnest and those portions which express his personal views of public policy and the principles of government have his usual force and On the it is a satis factory Louis Republic Cleve lands message would have been more useful if he had elaborated his views the bey of a Kurd with a detachment of Kurdish cavalry went with the Turkish soldiers to tht village of Seinal aud forcibly took th Armenian priest from his church afte disgustingly defiling the sacred vessel and the priests They tliei bound him on a donkey which the drove a distance of a few Th soldiers then fired at the priest an killed him and the beast he was bonn In the village the Turkish soldiei entered an Armenian house and violate a woman and the being 14 years of From this villag Selo forcibly took eight Armenian gir and sent them to his harem at Initzoui Tillage Fired Wliile People Slept Further atrocities were committed b the Turks at the village of Kelielmze Before dawn this place was snrroundc by soldiers and while the inhabitau were still asleep it was sot on Tl brutal soldiers entered the residence of man named who was usle with his aud tortured them both infernally with redhot At the soldiers killed the Armenian with 20 other inmates of the wa to Usurpation ony In Two measures have been introduced in the legislature the effect of which will be to silence Captain Kolb and his abettors 01 to cause their arrest and imprisonment One bill makes a usurper of a political office guilty of a felony and subject to a heavy fine and A reso lution requires the committee on privi leges and elections to ascertain what it any members of the legislature had par ticipated in the inauguration of Captain the purpose of the investigation being to expel Both measures were but will pass upon Speeili by John NEW the English labor visited the tene ment district along the battery yester day and last night addressed a meeting of trade unionists in Cooper He was received with an He argued that men who contracted in removing garbage or in toiling iu furnaces or in mines were more worthy of pensions than those who fought in although it was right to reward The will of e late William Walters was filed ate yesterday The principal oiut in the will is the disposal of the rt gallery and its which are ft to his son and daughter with the re nest that it be kept intact and that the iterest of one be sold to the The state is valued at from to Sliol a a uion was shot and fatally d last night by one of three men vhom he was The three vere nonunion men and were employed 11 the Marqnette where the abor troubles led to the killing two veeks since of an official of thr union by a nonunion In With States Attorney Burnet was to have sentenced yesterday for mt he is low with typhoid fever in the banon jail and was unable to appear n Judge Sage decided Bnriiet must return in bonds securer rom Bennett when her attorney Kfdert Inquiry Capital City lloiiril I of Inltlii Works IIiisatlifiKtory lo the lloiititful Condition ofrily In Bru tally Stale Republican members of the state senate are holding a second conference today in the IVni son house to hear a rejort on the ar rangement of so that the committees may be able to get to work on some prospective Sena tor Wilniiit of this county will be chair man of the apportionment It is regarded as almost certain that the recent supreme court decision on the tec and salary law will make a new meas ure and this will lie talked over during the AUK HIS BOOKS COKRKfT j Iiflerltre Opinion Between Otli i f of tin last meeting of the common council a special committee reported the result of an investigation of the books aud vouchers of exCity Treasurer George finding a shortage of This did not include two water oillectively calling for if not would swell the shortage to The report was but action was deferred for two weeks to give Sehwarzkop an 1 his bondsmen a chance to The excity treasurer claims that there is no de and that if one is found then SECONI Indiaimpolia Council Not smlulled With a of Public the mayor and board of public works inves tigated newspaper complaints against the city engineers office and reported that there was no truth in Last night the council took up the matter nd ordered an investigation of the xiard of public works aud all depart The antitrust projected by Jenrgf and which has been operated on a small rapacity for a few haslKin sold to a York headed by Tiorgo Ten For Bank Charles one of the three men who robbed the Bloomtield bank of on Wits tried in the circuit court here yes terday and enteiieed to Iu years in the and ler Law abiding farmers of Jackson Madison have organized a law and order leairue aud will attempt to break up hoodlumism and Kin he Robinson on a charge Perry arrested here yesterday of embezzling as wj jia lUlUrtvva vn upon the currency and referred briefly bnrned to the soldiers preventing ALBERT Professor of M Residence 101 Syca Nov 13ml uanicu tu to the reports of his secretaries on other f rom In the absence j the village of Cheneg M the soldiers DOUGLAS IS THE S3 SHWt Terms 50 more cUerannot supply we W and MARTEN ROOMS WILSOX of Hartford of New York of London Paul ol BlMd A positive guaranteed cure for all blooJ and Hkin French Nerve An Infallible cnre for all nerve The Great German Rheumatic Care Never French Grip any case In 24 headache and all pains in the stomach in from 8 to 4 All the above medicines are and purchase price will be refunded In any failure to N Washington and Jefferson dOO2wiM grand jury yesterday presented two new indictments for embezzlement against Captain Henry One charges that Howgate embezzled on and the other the em bezzlement of two sums aggregating on The original charge of forgery is Senators by Direct the senate yesterday afternoon Tnrpie of In diana offered a resolution reciting that the time had now come for the election of United States senators by direct vote of the Turpie aunuuncec that on Friday next he would submit some remarks on the and in the meantime it went Daughter to have been issued for the marriage of Mary Stewart daughter of Senator Sherman to James Ives McCallum Attorney Fellown on NEW trial o Colonel John district at torney of the city and county of New upon charges of neglect of duty was begun before Governor Flower exSenator John Leu sou of aud The chief of was captured by bound to his two knowledge in their own the great mass of citizens would very mnch i hters All three were then scalded ike to have at length the reasons which have induced Cleveland to give his unqualified approval to a reversal of the whole monetary system of the Louis GlobeDemocrat The me s sage this Tear is the one that tne found there The jo boiling detachment of 25 regulars of the after committing in horrors at the village of wellt to the village school Cleveland has ever and the one hat coutans the least matter of original nterest and Nashville American With the veto power which Cleveland and alrvmell then devastated the Ibo a notorious Kurd brigand of the village of and a colonel iu Kenlli of Maggii one of the most singular human the daughter of a farme living near is She was 1 years old and had the head of an adul and the body of sin She bad n teeth and no her body appearin to be a mass of Ueiully Pin was shot and killed yesterday from an bush by the notorious Meacham He had informed upon them for illie He lived long enough to tc the story of the Officers arf This gang has killed 10 mei Too Curious Posl LITTLE of Chicot has been convicted in the federal court of detaining and opening letters while acting as postmaster at Harwoixl It was alleged that he extracted several checks and Anthradio OiiliiK Tl NEW sales agents of the anthracite coal companies decided to restrict production during to onehalf of their mining This will be between and They also to advance inents over which it has The motion was proposed by a Republican nd passed without a dissenting he committee is composed of three Re mblicans and two jriMIKIl Woman Suicides While Ke InrniiiK From The American ine steamship which arrived hen yesterday from reported he suicide on 22 of rlannah Williams of who was returning with her husband and young son from a European On he night in question the woman was seen to leap Attempts at rescue were without Plea of Guilty lo Dangh erty pleaded guilty yesterday to forging the name of Milton Hamilton on two notes of each as and went to jail in default of He gave the notes to Jacob Rector for a team of Dangherty is prosecuting a damage suit against John Hea ton for false Heaton thought Dangherty stole a herd of cattle from This suit comes up power wc which he will unquestionably exercise if the regular went with a detacn any further attempted legisment of Turkish troops to the Armenian latiou upon the silver question will be a of Hatezgeut aud Komk mere waste of It eaoh lace they committed every the duty of every true Democrat to possible to After driv financial legislation that can possibly be The Cincinnati Enquirer criticises the message throughout New York World The message is as a whole a There is no clear note of leadership in New York Press Clevelands de mand for more free trade legislation is an insult to the American people and an essential denial of the right of popular Faat Scoring at won the first nights billiard tournament in Central Music defeating Schaefer by a score of 600 to 418 iu 22 BRIEF The sitting lXOW Cl mmittee ha rernmcd its s lit have female children of Bahlou about 200 in and after ravishing them they killed them all with guns and After this massacre the Turkish soldiers regaled themselves with wine and whatever else they could find in the The Kurdish regular troops from Kizan and Bahraii entered the Armenian villages of Alianozig and killed the inhabitants aud wrecked their The number of villages devas tated in this manner is said to be over 32 The Armenians fled in every pos sible but many of them were captured by the Turkish troops before they could get away and were taken to More Turkish goods smut liwn arrested in Dei Foreign ividiiits of an1 fxprctinu lips In attack that John Hriisli of Indianapolis has been revleetcd of the uiciniiati ball Sixty two KiMtncky moonshiners wen Ciiviiigon fur trial in the Inited States court Captain claiming to be governor of has returned to Blrminyhan anil is wrilingii message to the legislature Tacoina National bank bus closed its doors for f It suspended in 1Lopened in bnt has not been The Fifth avenue and Fifteenth New was damaged by Several persons were taken out by way of fire Knital Treatment of a Allerton is under arrest for brutal treat ment of his He lives a mile fron town and is alleged to have knocked her kicked her and then dragged hei from the house by her leaving he in an unconscious condition on tin He then came out of the housi with a but a sou pre vented further IliK Four dels an election in this township yesterday to give the Big Four subsidy to bnild shops the question passed by a majority of 1 432 out of a total vote of The new shops will cost over and construction work will begin at Wanted In after noon detectives arrested George Arm strong on the strength of a telegram from Pinkertoif s detective Chi The prisoner is wanted in Ander agent for a SUGAR TRUST President Haveineyer Aimvern the Iresl ilents NKW Haveineyer iif tlie American Sugar Re fining company yesterday afternoon gave out tin following signed statement If one will fairly and dispassionately con sider the presidents recommendation about sugar it will lierome apparent that it down to this The sugar company has ent upon the refining of together with the inemliers of their I rec minend such action as to deprive those persons of work If the in Instry is liuniiiisliiiii the proper course is to destroy There are some things which can IKes tablished through a A comparison of the duty put by the tariff bill upon various articles will show that whikthe maximum protection accorded to per ot her and more favored articles rereive protection up to 411 and per Why this discrimination should be made against a liirgt number of persons who bold the in the company and are em ployed in its refineries it is impossible to Thev protest against The answer toithis protest in the presidents message as the present protection is inadennate it ought tn be removed Rea sonable leuilntive aid requires that the sugar imlnry shall lie treated as were other important If this is the iinlisiry need not languish and thoiiMinds of discharged workmen will live remunerative The inntry ha pronounced its juilg uent upon the mode in which the last con gress dealt with the interests of workimt The president apparently has not earned the It ought not require iiuifli time for workmen to appreciate that hf president in i hid for personal popn is willing to strike a death blow at their Flower HAM Many arrest ed for alleged was released on bail yesterday but a few hours later was arrested again on a warrant sworn out by William Chapman of who accuses the doctor of getting the best of an arrangement for organizing a new stock company the management of coal for Murder the Outgrowth of An derson was murdered yesterday by Elswick and Harry Martin was shot through the right shoulder by Fos ters Both They were gambling when the murder Tell With H four artists and three colored assist were hurled through a crashing scaffold and fell 40 feet to the floor of the new Lyceum theater yesterday aft None was fatally Nice Indiana md Awarded Highest for Armstrong he is willing to go Cause For is great rejoicing over the sale of the De pauw plants iu this city and New Al bany to the Louis and the determination of the purchasers to con solidate the several purchases under one management in this Orunken Husband Will while endeavored to murder his wife and infant child by cutting their throats with a Williamson fought desperately and thwarted her husbands MMN6 POWDR MOST PERFECT A put e Grape Cream of Tartar Free from Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE   

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