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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - April 17, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                A CLA1BX Wig SATURDAY MOBHING APRIL it 1897 EIGHT PAGES aw ID us I FROM TWO CAMB War News Sent Oat by spotdents at Larissa and Insurgents Marching On in Direction But Are Checked inAnother The Elassona Correspondent Does Not See How Greece Can Do Much LARISSA Headquarters of theGirwk Army iu Thessay April SKWre fighting has occurred in Macedonia be tween the Greek irregulars and Turkish forces The column of irregular MUt to the right from PitgravitKa after having invested and captured Steven continued its advance towards udes Pliaiaand Konrduzi with orders to hold Konrdnzi at all coetB w it com mands the right approach to GreTena the objective point This column commanded by Chiefs Zormor and Luzzo attacked Kritudes on Tuesday The place waa defended by two com panies of After a severe flght during which 80 Turks were killed and 25 were taken prisoners the position was captured by the Greeks who also obtained possession of 150 rifles and a quantity of cartridges AVASHIXCiToX AprilI it man 1etcr J Otfcj1ms distinguished himself ky active and honorable service in the house of representatives where he WHS sent from the Sixth district of Virginia On the floor of the house aud in the committee room he is conspicuous advocate of measures for the advancement of good government In what high honor Paines celery compound is held in thp family of this iligtiiiLu JHlieil legislator appears from the following letter years 1 have been u great nunerer from neuralgia and during the past winterwaiiiMlviseA to celery compound anrl 1 used two bottles of it with great benefit J was go much pleased with it that 1 persuaded my brother John Floyd to Hseit He had been having a bad form of nervous dvsjMjpsiu and now after using the compound for two months is su iniieh im proved that we feel surea third bottle will complete his cure Lvery one has spoken of the marked change for the better in his appearance Kcspeetfully Mrs Mallie Floyd Otey This is one of 15 or 20 letters from United States congressmen or memlers of their families that have recently appeared in the newspapers here heartily recommending Paines celery compound One of the most eminent physicians in the being interviewed by one of the papers Paines celery compound makes a tremen dous stride in the cure of diseases No remedy has ever succeeded iu driving the underlying causes of nervous and troubles so surley and rapidly No remedy represents so comprehensive a know ledge of nervous exhaustion It Tcures wliere other means have beenltried and found futile is less hesitation nowadays among intelligent people in attending to the begin nings of health It is well known that disease is progressive and cumulative easy to drive out at the start but a menace to life when allowed to entrench itself in anyorgan of the body If people would consider bead achesxlieumatlsmlneuralgia sleeiikssuess indigestion and languid feelings in their true light and as seriously as they deserve to be and make a stand against them at once by means of Jjiiues celery compound there would be a wonderful diminution in the amount of kidney liver and heart disease Anyone who reads the heartfelt emphatic letters that have appeared here from men and women who owe their health and often their lives to Paines celery compound will be im oressed by the sincerity in everv line This great modern scientific invigorator and healthmaker is doing an enormous amount of lasting good these spring days Its success in making people well has had no parallel in the history of medicine It has cured thousands of cases of rheumatism and neuralgia many of long standing that have been despaired of by frienda and physicians Compared with other remedfes its perma nent cures stand out as a mountain does be side a mole hill If all the men and women who have entirely got rid of nervous debility threatened nervous exhaustion sleeplessness and such organic troubles as kidney liver and stomach diseases by its help during the past year alone could be brought together whutan army of grateful people it would make CLOTHING HAT5 EASTE R Isnt Kaster to the average boy without new clothes It is one of the times in the year when they all like to be dressed up Our SpringStock is beyond comparison its the largest and choicest iu this city Boys short and long pants suits in mixed and plaid chevoits black blue and grey worsted clays honest well tailored perfect fitting garments they can not be equaled in this city Short Pants Suits lioo and up Long Pants Suits and up A watch given away with eveiy flSoo purchase THE STAR CLOTHING CO a Severe cheek The insurgents however have suf fered a severe check in another direc tion A strong force of Turkish troops from Mecoven with a number of mounted guns advanced on Krania which had previously been captured by lareported to nave added emphatically that if Turkey uow declared war it would be exclasifely due to toe provc catioYr offered by Greece would be regarded in Austrian official us the actual assailant TROOPS GO HOME Drops Dead WASHLVQTOV April J J Storrow a lawyer of Boston dropped dead while at the congressional library Judge Storrow took an important part in the proceedings incident to the arbi tration treaty between the govern jneuts oUjireatJkitain and Venezuela for the settlement of the boundary line dispute being special counsel of the Venezuelan government Cnnudiani Oppmv the Klnetmcnpe TORONTO Out April Moral Reform league is agitating the exclu sion from Canada of the kiuetoscope pictures ef the CorhnttFitwummnm fight at Carson Dr Wilbur P Crafts leader in the crusade has interviewed the members of the Ontario cabinet on the subject Last of a Nonagenarian LITCHFIELD Minn April Brasie aged 91 years and for many years a resident of this city died here of an abscess on the luugs Mr Brasio served eight years in t he regular army and served through the r Semiuole In dian war or what is commonly known as the Florida war under General Worth ulars of Greece who occupied an en trenched position It is reported that the fighting was ferocious on both ides The worn polled to retreat north to the moun tains Some of them however suc ceeded in breaking through the Turk ish lines and escaped town just across the frontier in Mace donia first captured by the Greek irregulars and used by them as a depot for provisions and ammunition Hellevefl to lie Exaggerated The accounts given by the refugees of the Turkish losses are believed to be exaggerated They say that 265 killed while the irregulars only had 8 11 wounded The leader of the Greeks operating in that direction Chief Milouas was among the wound ed and returned later into Greek terri tory with a number of refugees One of the latter says that a portion of the Turkish force was composed of irregu lars whose dress resembles that of the Greek insurgents This it enabled the Turkish force to execute a flank movement unheeded by the lead ers of the Greeks All the refugees bore traces of hav ing experienced great fatigue and it is reported that the Ethnike Hatairia or national league has ordered the Greek irregulars tt retreat in tp Greek terri tory regarding farther bloodshed as useless unless the regular arruy of Greece supports the irregulars FEOM TUKKISH HEADQUARTERS It Would He Far the Army to Invade In Force ELASSONA Turkish Headquarters in Macedonia April The representa tive of the Associated Press at Tmkisb headquarters has just seen a prisonei who was captured the fighting which has taken place a Krauia with the Greek irregulars TCe wore tautrec clothes and had on his head a lielme upon which was the badge of tin EUmike Hetairia the national leap of Greece He declared thuc ho LM longeil No a baud of irregulars whui lett Trikhalxafter receiving an tioulrom the urkjjbitauts of that plan under tin cominaujl ot a captain am two lieutenants otthJxGreeK army and accompanied nf ticerwho was wounded the prisoner addul was officers of tli Greek regular army was opemy ordered to invaiio Turkey not to harm villagers and to tin Turkish troops only After these si ate ments it is difficult to deny that iln Greek irrcgrlars were organized wfth the knowledge of the Greek authorities The whole matter appears to form the basis for a grave accusation against Greek good faith The representative of the Associated Press has visited the greater part of the frontier line in this district and after inspecting all the passes is con vinced that Turks hold such strong positions that the Greeks will never be able to enter Turkish territory in In fact tho correspondent cannot even imagine the Greeks will make an at Condition Not Alarming WASHINGTON April tive Holmau of Indiana who has been ill with an attack of stomach trouble for the past 10 days is repotted better There is nothing alarming in his con dition though it will be sortie days be fore he can resume his duties at tho Capitol McFarland Much DES MOINES April M Me Farland exsecretary of state who was injured by afall Tuesdayuightj is re ported much worse He lis delirious unable to sleep and is iu a very critical condition r Fire In Nw April of tho most picturesque business structures in the city the Moresque block was to tally destroyed by ire during the aft ernoon Tho loss is Tipwards of 000 BRIEF BITS OK NEWS Mrs Theodore Tilton is dead It is denied that Mexico will retal iate on account of the Dingley bill Russia has resolved to interfere in tho TurcoGreek difficulty no longer General Weyler has ordered the de struction of all houses in the cultiva tion zone of Cuba The divorce Case of Mrs John Good now asking for separation from the well known Minneapolis politician is on trial in that city Father Kueipp well known through out the world through his famous water cure is reported to be dying at Worishofen Germany Spain Will Withdraw 40000Sol diers From Cuba Very Soon the Rebellion Is Practically Crushed and Fewer Men Will Suffice Cubans However Claim Spain Is Financially Unable to Sus tain Her Army WASHINGTON April According to information received from trust worthysources here the withdrawal of at leuat a part of the great army that Spain hasmaintained for several rears in the island of Cuba will begin when the rainy season sets in within a fow days The initial movement will bo the departure of 10000 Spanish troops froin Havana for Spain and within i short time after that 30000 troops it is understood will follow Whether this movement is to be construed in favor or against the insurgents it is not now possible to say Two of View f The Spanish insist positively that it means only that little or nothing re mains of the insurrection that Gomez has only about 60or 100 followers and that to watch these nnder the cou ditious in which tho campaign was necessarily conducted a few thousand men are quite as effective as the army of 180000 men which has been main tained in Cuba The Cuban contin gent on the other hand insist that the Spanish Jinanciu resources are ex hausted and that the troops are to be withdrawn because of lack of to keep them in service WATCHING SANDOVAL Absolutely Pure Celebrated tor ito great leavening strength and healthtuliiess Uie agauii aluutand all forma of ac alteration common to the cheap brands KOYAI lUKIJiO rOWDMJ CO YORK more expeditious will be sent from Florida at present on account ofthe I strict watch kept by tho government i officials i SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS Cuban Synipnthicrm Will FrnntnUe the XVeylern Kttiimiiirjr PHILADELPHIA April private meeting of Cubans and Cuban sympa thizers was held in this TiTiIni at which it was decided to toko steps to frustrate what Cubans claim is the roal object of Major Juno Sandnvars visit to this city This is said tube the arrestof no less persons than the mum bers of tho Cuban junta in this conn try It is asserted that Major Suntlo valhas been commissioned by General Weyler for this express purpose and is known to havein his possession doru ments found on tho steamer Limrada on one of her recent to Cuba showing the part played by President Quegadain her movements Government Too Strict JACKSONVILLE Fla April Jouquin Castillo the Cuban loader has gone north It is stated that no Spring Humors During the colder season impure humors accu mulate in the blood The surface of the body being chilled the pores are closed and clogged and impurities which might pass off in forced back into the blood Besides this winters hearty food fats and sweets contribute more impurities This briefly explains of Spring Humors 80 hand the Turkish commanderinchid could send a mass of troops into Gnwc by several routes and easily rapture Larissa CZAR TJIIXKS IT IS to Hum Thftt Nothing Mare Can ile In Aid or Fenon VlKSSA April 16 It is said here on reliable authority that the Emperor Nicholas declared that nothing now remains but to abandon Turkey and Greece to their und leavt them to raooxuro streocth His maierti unsightly eruptions painful boils annoying pimples and other affections which make the use of Hoods Sarsapa rilla absolutely necessary at this season But with some people impurities in the blood cause very different symptoms The kidneys liver and bowels are overmatched in their efforts to relieve the clogged sys tem Dizzy headaches bilious attacks failure of appetite coatecf tongue lame back indigestion or that tired feeling arc some of the results FroiivJhe same cause may also come scrofula neuralgia sciatica or rheumatism All these troubles and more may properly be called Spring Humors atict just asthere is one cause a cure is found in just one that is Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies the impure blood Hoods Sarsaparilla enriches that which is weak and thin Hoods Sarsaparilla vitalizes that which lacks vitality Hoods Sarsaparilla leads in Merit Sales and Cures For your Spring prevent or cure Spring Humors and build up your health take Hoods Sarsaparilla Sold by all drngjfifiU flsix for Prepared only by C I Hood Lowell Masa TheOncTme Btood Purifier Town AuMtmbly CAIT TOWN April In the house of assembly u motion was introduced upon tho and ing enVols which hostilities among tho Europeans in Africa would produce and inviting tho house to adopt a policy of moderation and conciliation iu tho settlement of differences in the inter pretation of treaties and conventions J Rose luness undersecretary for native affairs moved an amendment to the effect that the ends desired could be best attained by a strict observation of the convention and the re dress of the genuine grievances of the Uitlandera In the course of his remarks iu support of nient Mr Innes said the situation was too acnto to be remedied by pious aspirations adding that he did not be lieve President Kruger who himself urged a maliitenuuce of the convention would resent Cape Colony expressing its opinion In conclusion Mr Innes said that eteJnthe Tnuifivaul unless she had such locos staudi as would justify her conduct before the world AITKAREU OFF NATAL Nine IlrltUh Arn Now la South African DURBAN Natal April Brit ish cruiser Raccoon which left Gape Town oii Feb 12 under arrived here unexpectedly during tho night with six other British warships Two more war vessels of the British fleet are expected here at any time The object of this naval demonstra tion is not known here Kniclnul Hnjring AmerlcMii MAKJON Ind April carload of horses from Grant county has been purchased ior the British artillery serv ice A L Hyatt of Hartford City a contract with the British government to lurnish it tiOOu horses as soon as possible and Hyatt has a number of iuycrs out in this and adjoining coun ties Vhlcagot Wit JOT Inaugurated CBICAOO April H Har rison was formally iustalled as mayor of Chicago He delivered a short inaugural address in which be promised to do his utmost to give Chi cago a good administration of its mu nicipal affairs and promised that all the pledges he had made during the campaign would be kept religiously Ought to Hang Mo April Sam Smith Jr who days hacked twooui women to death with a corn knife ha confessed his crime and says he thiukft he ought to be hanged He does not fear hanging DAIRY BOARD OF TRADE Nor tli wettern Dairymen Afoet in St Tun 1 to Ectablliih ST PAUL Aprii The session of the convention called for tho purpose of establishing a Northwestern dairy board of trade was held in tho rooms of the Commercial Club The meeting wits called to order by President Urefrg of tho Commercial Club who introduced Mayor Doruu The mayor thore for tho purpcwo of welcoming the mil he did it ill bis usiiiil hearty manner Hpiiry AnioVbi1 Li tcli field chairman and A Mead of Dassel A committee on tion tind bylaws consisting of eight mpinhcrs on from the Jobbers Union one from the Commercial Club i om from tho Produce Kxchange and fivo rniimeiy men were iippointod by UKchair ilnii the coiivontion sul to lunch af tho invitation of cial Club ItnlHnf iliii or iAifrA Mex April rtprcsenttiig u syndicate of cupualiKts is here arranging ibc dfltiuls for a concession for tho faMiKhmcnt of an immense iron foun dry and rolling mills It is claimed that the discovery of a good quality of coal in this state and the proximity of tint tfroat iron ore fields of Dnrango make this city a central point for sucii an industry Tho syndicate already have an option on tho iron ore and cOal fleldd   

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