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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1896, Cincinnati, OhioOr fair we Atnif a. Fair weather Tribune Bas the largest circular won any morning paper in the i states More than the com Sibea circulation All other Cincinnati morning papers. The Tribune has the latest circulation any morning inter in the Centra states More than the combined circulation All other Cincinnati morning papers. German interests in South Africa provided for. Alliance with Transvaal. 1vch a scheme advocated by the press. Or. Chamberlain s speech. His criticism Krueger a action in tic Johannesburg cases is vehemently denounced. 9 9 Berlin May 24.�?the Resolution which was passed by the Reich Stag last tuesday granting the government a credit 2,000,000 Marks for the purpose adding 420 men to the military forces in German Southwest Africa met with very slight opposition. The action the House fitted admirably with popular feeling and has delighted the colonial jingles who continue Dill gently to Advance their South african Boom. The increase authorized by the Resolution will give major lie twin the administrator affairs in German Southwest Africa command 1,000 effective troops which Are regarded As ample to suppress the rising the natives in that territory. The origin the outbreak among the natives has not been officially explained but the uniform belief the colonial party that the rising was fomented by British intrigue was Given expression during the debate the credit Resolution in the Reich Stag last tuesday by a member the right and the German press in articles the subject denounce the English leaders who have been up plying the natives in South Africa with arms for years past. Alms tote government. It is not the Prospect crushing the negroes in Southwest Africa however that plates the colonial party in Germany. The Neuse a Schrichten which is the Foremost the colonial organs makes no concealment the Hopes the Colin Las and reveals perhaps More the Aims the government than Are obvious upon the surface the paper after remarking that there is a Community interests Between the Transvaal and German Southwest Africa despite the fact that the two territories Are separated by Bechuanaland adds that by Means the Force 1,000 men which major Leutwein will have at his command Germany will a ice a ire a position in Southwest Africa the influence which is already Felt in Cape town. The general situation the Neuse a Schrichten continues has undergone a change end the boys now indirectly receive support which time will plainly display its effects. Alliance wit i Transvaal. The annual meeting the German colonial society will be held Here May 30, when a Resolution will be submitted promising the support the German government in promoting the neutrality the Boer republics As essential to the fur Thein acc German interests. This expression however will hardly have the effect satisfying the More advanced the colonials who endorse the demand the Neuse a Schrichten for the establishment an offensive and defensive Alliance Between Germany and the trans Vaal the speech made by . Joseph chamber lain upon the occasion the South african annual dinner at the hotel Metropole in radon thursday evening in which he sharply criticised the action the Transvaal government in its vindictive treatment the Johannesburg Reform commit in prisoners is vehemently denounced by Tami Skir mail press the National Zeitung sex Tir rss Fng regret that president Krueger i j 1 a a a i to great a degree Prii Ioner. Tain to wait until the tone the new sovers Domestic policy is disclosed before be nning afresh their work underground. The maintenance european peace depends mainly upon the foreign policies and personal caprices the Czar and the Cere-m9nles in Moscow Are chiefly interesting from this Point View. A Only disquieting sign. In the judge Enron English censors is the conspicuous display Friendship for France. The most honoured guests seem to be the diplomatic representatives the Republic and a the Marseillaise Quot is the favorite tune the military bands in the Square Moscow. This is a narrow basis for the Assumption that the Czar has any intention interrupting the peace the world. A same old sir Coon known As the Mckinley Coon will be received royally at Canton. Special to the Tribune. Canton o., May 24.�?that a same old Coon has bobbed up once More. This time it is a a Mckinley Coon Quot in the Possession a stanch Quay supporter. The animal is held by state treasurer general Jackson Apollo pa., and was sent to him the occasion his election As state treasurer in 1893 by Charles Silverman this City. In the letter which announced the consignment sir Coon the Little pet was Given the title a Mckinley Coon Quot and it was stipulated that the animal must be sent Back when Mckinley was nominated for the presidency. It so happened that general Jackson and friends were ready to mollify Over the splendid Victory in the Keystone state. When the Coon arrived they formed a delegation and headed by. A band parked the old Coon through the town a Flo. The wily Little animal was covered with the stars and stripes and snugly ensconced in one general Jackson s Mills. Now that Quay has climbed the Mckinley Wagon headed for St. Louis . Silverman has written that he is ready to have his Little pet returned and Canton ians have expressed a willingness to give sir Coon a warm reception. The Imperial Standard. Convention ready. Local the various state Deniega Tiosh. Of Ion a clubs splendidly e were Llu colaites and Blaine ites can be found. Were the first a series eleven for $1,000 a Side and the championship the world. The other six games will be played in new York june 14. 4 special to the Tribune. St. Louis May 24.�?the Hall in which the National Republican Convene Lon is to Street railway Deal hew yorker Elee Irlo woe Ona code Elliote. tic traction company. Toledo May 24.�?blair Pierce a Yor who run try the Toledo electric Street a a com Nanys lines has consolidated with me to Fedo traction company the which u largest Street ear corporation Here a new jul organised a mini fill a took s5.uw.vw. Platte a what he has to say Millers interview. With it he will a a breast in a Eire Stu Hopes Lor Morton. he living his vols tors $11 in Ess . M a i be House that was All the Lieve him. But the robbers would not Heve they bound and gagged wife maltreated him and then tackled h s Ihnn to a Fri threatened to torture her and revealed the hiding place a Tea can containing $667. Inf few the robbers then stole a has from the Bam and fled. Mrs. Mcl Bald h collapsed from the fright sustained. Theosophists bothered. Which rival the deeds new York May 24.�?ex-senator Platt while talking about the political situation tonight said to is now Plain that the Mckinley Man if looking for a stowaway. A consecration ceremony russians National Emblem. Interesting peat re the Moscow Coronation Page anti the czars oath Alle Feriance. They May intervene to Stop the Span is cuban War. Special to the Tribune. New Ork May 24.�?the Spanish american Branch theosophists known Asel Tendero a the path Quot met this afternoon. Senor Charles l. Simon Venezuela the president the Branch spoke a the physical nature i the Spanish cuban War is causing some trouble in theosophical tales. Many the monarchists do not like the stand taken by the patriots and the Powers that be. They do not know whether to let the matter work itself out to use the Power the society toward bringing the War to an end. President Crespo Venezuela exiled president Simon because his political beliefs and . Simon says that he is now in a quandary As to whether he ought to let the Law Karma take its course himself Start a revolution for the deliverance Venezuela but the projection Astral bodies and the precipitation occult messages from out thin air do not admit politics it is claimed and remembrances past lives in different races other than National prejudices. Hence no action May be taken in the matter but if the patriots project their Astral bodies there is a likelihood it is said that the Secretary will be sent to Cuba to consult with Captain general Weyler As to putting an end to the War. Maud Williams is found. Holmes and Durrant. The Church Furnace fiend is thought to have cremated his victims. Hermann wanted he is believed to have murdered seven people most whom were women. Disappearance the Quebec heiress solved. Freak a Yonner lady who wanted a to work to Bong heiress to 3iilllons. Pennsylvania Quot fatal gasoline once More people explosion Moscow May 24.�?at 3 30 clock this afternoon in the armory the Kremlin took place the interesting ceremony the consecration the Imperial stand it re. This Standard will be a feature the Coronation tuesday when the emperor will swear allegiance to be colors in the Cathedral the Assumption. At one end the room was a sort altar which was a Golden vessel filled a Golden Cross at either Side Whilt were i Platte a say Cape a Hev you seen anything a Little squint eyed Man from lighted candles. The Standard hanging from a staff was held by a color bearer who stood at the left the altar. The Bishops and priests the Kremlin cathedrals in gorgeous Chasuble Gold cloth attended by acolytes bearing censors stood in front the altar while at the right was the Imperial male choir from St. Petersburg attired in Black with Crimson cloaks. Behind the priests at a Little distance from them were the emperor and All the members the Imperial family present at Moscow with their respective suites and ladies Honor. A Short religious service was held composed prayers and responses and an Anthem by the choir. The Standard was sprinkled with holy water and formally consecrated by the metropolitan Moscow. At the end the service All the members the Imperial family filed before the altar and kissed the Cross in the hands the priest who bore it after which the Standard was taken from this room to another apartment to be safely guarded until the Coronation tuesday. Review the rear laments. After the services the emperor and Empress drove Back to the Alexandrina Palace escorted by a Squadron Cuirass ers. They received along the entire route the Loyal acclamations the people. A grand review All the re Ruments was to take place today at noon but As it was raining heavily it was decided to abandon in later the rain ceased and the Sun shone brightly. Large crowds people continue to arrive daily adding to the great multitude already Here to witness the ceremonies attending a it a pronation meet june 16 is practically completed. Manager Baker and superintendent Boble the Western Union Telegraph company visited the auditorium yesterday to look Over the quarters assigned to the company for convention week. They were Well pleased with the arrangements. A we shall put in 100 instruments a said manager Baker. A if More Are needed. Well put in More but 100 will do to Start with. It will not take Long to run in the wires. Telegraphic facilities. A the wires will be in cables Twenty each. Our office in the auditorium will be under the dress Circle seats in the Northeast Corner the build inf. All our instruments will be there except perhaps one which Well have the platform. Messages delivered to us the platform will be shot through pneumatic tunes to the main the arrangements the postal Telegraph company will be similar to those the Western Union. Hall is ready. The auditorium is about ready for the decorators. The chairs for the dress Circle and gallery will All be in by tuesday night. A score men were Busy yesterday this part the work. A few carpenters were her will be injured for life Saladay a client at Cal cargo amp ways and railings. Or. Mcclure the con tractor. Saya he could have the build Nir Quot a in Chicago May 24.�?four persons were burned to death and one injured for life by a fire which occurred this morning at 148 Townsend Street. At that number lived Otto Malm a Carpenter with his wife and three children. At 8 clock this morning mrs. Malm was preparing breakfast a gasoline stove when the gasoline exploded and set fire to the building. The Structure was Wood and the family were All the second floor in bed with the exception mrs Malm. A the fire spread rapidly and cries agony from the burning people was the first warning that outsiders had the fire. Before a a _ _ agers propose to continue to the end their plan claiming everything and conceding nothing without regard to facts a scheme they have persisted in for Many weeks. A their lieutenants Here Are equally determined to Aid them just As persistently for ends and purposes essentially different ends and purposes with which major Mckinley and his managers have no concern whatever and without the slightest consideration for any one but themselves and this too without a thought for the welfare the business interests the nation. A the business men the country however May confidently rely upon it that their views will be expressed at the St. Louis Cou in Nylon both As to the maintenance the Gold Standard and As to the nomination a candidate who can apr Ria Tely stand a Gold platform. New York will present such a ,.and the vote this state will be cast for him almost unanimously. Warner Millers stand. A i observe that sex senator Miller in a recent interview says that i have no commission to speak for our delegation that Point. It is a Small matter whether 1 have not. A the important thing is As to the fact and . Miller will scarcely deny the fact he for instance having been elected a Delegate at governor Morton a request having attended the conference at which it was resolved to place governor Morton in the Field having been the first Man there to advocate that action and the first Man to a a a Montreal que., May 24.�?maud c. Williams the millionaire heiress whose mysterious disappearance from Stonington conn., caused so much anxiety to her friends was located yesterday and will be taken Back to her Home. Last night a girl answering miss Williams description came up from Quebec by train. Train dispatcher Dunn the Canadian Pacific railway noticed her and having read a description Quot the missing lady in the papers came to the conclusion she was the person referred to. She had in her Possession a card giving the address the place in Montreal where she wanted to go and Dunn noticed it. Later however a lady put in an appearance who turned out to be mrs. Montgomery the sheltering House and took her away. Or. Williams brother the missing girl who arrived Here a few Days ago in. Search his sister being informed that she was found drove to the Home. The girl made frantic efforts to escape when she saw the cab driving up and cried a for gods Sake do not let them in they will put me in an insane Asylum for she then made an Effort to escape through the window but was prevented by the Matron. She finally consented to see her brother and the meeting was an affecting one. She afterwards consented to return Home. In roving her own Story she Sai it she came to Montreal giving her name As Jessie Bare Lay. A my object was to obtain a situation and earn sufficient Money to go elsewhere. I first obtained employment in a boarding House As a general servant. After a week i earned enough to go to Quebec where my Money became exhausted and i fell 111. I fortunately fell into the bands some Christian ladies who took care me to whom i gave the name Jessie White. 99 boat capsized. Rowboat goes Down in the Delaware River and three men Are Salt Lake City Utah May 24.�?further developments in the scandinavian Church tragedy in this City Lead to the belief that Rev. Francis Hermann is a Man with a record crime Little less than the notorious Holmes. His first wife died in England under suspicious circumstances. He was pastor a Scandinavia i Church at West Superior wis., in 1890 and 1891, and there married a highly respectable lady who in less than a year died Vei a suddenly with her two weeks old babe. An inquest was held but nothing beyond a suspicion foul play was elicited. Hermann soon married again and came to Salt Lake in 1894 with his wife. Before Long a baby was born and the Mother and child died suddenly a few weeks after. Then the acquaintance with miss Clawson commenced and it is charged in the complaint which has been sworn to by John Sanson a member the Church Here that he murdered her and cremated the body in the heating Furnace in the Church basement. He was engaged to marry miss Santi Kelson in february this year but she disappeared and it is charged that he poisoned her after seducing her and carved up the body in the Church cellar. Murdered seven persons. As far As yet discovered it is believed he has murdered seven persons. Miss Clawson came to Salt Lake from Omaha seven years ago. She was a native Sweden and As far As known had not relatives in this country but she had Many friends Here and was considered a respectable girl. Miss Samuelson was employed As a Nursery governess in a family Here and left her place to be married to the preacher. She has an aunt and other relatives jiving Here and was a member Hermann a Church. Charcoal for fuel. The minister used charcoal in creating the bodies although the stove was built especially for the use bituminous Coal. It is presumed that charcoal was used to stifle the fumes from the scorching flesh. But even this was not successful As the odor the flesh was such that it overcame a Youmg Man who boards in an adjoining House. He at the time made an Effort to ascertain what was the cause the horrible stench and asked the minister the reason. It is said the latter replied that he had been burning a lot garbage which he had failed to get a scavenger to haul away and with this explanation the Man alluded to was satisfied. The theory is that miss Clawson was chloroformed in the pastors study the sunday night her disappearance and the following Day cremated in the Furnace. The memorable monday. Mrs. Peterson wife the Church janitor through whose bedchamber the Chimney from the Furnace leads vividly recalls the occasion that memorable a today when a ii life a pm we to to it a r r Quot

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