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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - March 25, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioA a. J a it a. A a a 73 v �8k ass Sec Wjk t my we w vw�5a?s 2 a i a a tsp t a wet y. A i i ii a or Volt a. A a we Vyr Zurk a. A of Psi a a Quot a a a a is Urs i t a f a a it a >4? al a full a a to a fr9 of yol. No. 37. Wednesday Mollin March 1891. Wii Ole 4290. Two third parties disagreement among reformers. Oji position to the May convention in this City ignored by the National alliances. And knights of labor. Sex senator Ingalls trying to gain favor with the Parmere a Alliance. Bome spicy and interesting1 history of Tea proposed Independent political movements. It a pm r m m m j. It r v. % ajl fit is cd a. V in f a a Tiv r to a -.si. M i1 a a a Asfe x a amp a a in f7 re arcs mpg via % be k a i m to or it a x a v at Ivy a a v s 5,s� a a a a a a a. Ltd a a a a. S is. 4 i re it a a a a a Vaw As a k3g�s my Row inv �o�3 i a i g�&2 Iii a amp it a Iro i a a i apr a. X we %. Tew a is Ai a a Esse a a of Kyc a girl a a a v. I a e v. A. A a �?T5. ñ&3� v aps. A is to Vvs. A i. T us ft4 srm. A Ltd a i 5e� a a a v j a a we. M in h j a spi �618 a a Mejt 5s& a a a correction has been called to meet in this City on the 19th of May to of realize a new political party and. If possible unite the Farmers and Workin Aiumu in one body sir political action. Considerable confusion has been caused in the minds of the Public by the fact that another conference of Farmers and knit Bra of labor has been called for Cincinnati to meet on the 22d of february. 1892. And the average Reader has been at a loss to reconcile the two some very interesting history in reference to the proposed third party has leaked out in the last few Days and the information comes from a Well known labor Leader in this City. It transpires that the 19th of May Contention la under the control and dictation of the men who formerly led the Greenback ills mid that they desire to up of a it anti Iraq the action of the Industrial forces next year by forming a party Whit twill be under their control. The May convention has not the support or endorsement of any of the great Alliance or labor bodies North or South. It was called by an organization styling itself the citizens Industrial Alliance., which was founded in Kansas and claims to have an organization in eighteen states. The National organizer of this movement is contain c.,a, Power of Terre hittite. Ipd., who Basr been a Green Backer log several years and his chief Backer is colonel 8. F. Norton who edits a Greenback Paperin Chicago. Ralph Beaumont. The Well Knorn labor Leader and National lecturer of the knights of labor who is president of the National citizen a a Alliance which is endorsed by the two great Alliance bodies among the Farmers is a Gaist the Power convention and it i a Simk Lively correspondence has passed Between the two men on the subject of the May gathering. Power claims that the purpose of the All Janee leaders in postponing the conference until next february is to prevent the formation of a third party for the Campaign of 1892. He declares that the masses of the people Wili not War until that time and want to by a in the Fork of organization for the great struggle next a. Once t on the other hand. Beaumont and he is supported by All the officers of Southern alliances insists that Power and if com whom he acts for represent Only a Small proportion of the Farmers and labourers of the Conn try. He argues that to make a Pew party at this time would be fatal torte cause of organization among the Farmers and citizens who far or Reform in the financial and economic psf policy of the government. Or Beaumont expresses himself in favor of a new party at the right time but he will not endorse a movement which is Inopportune Andi Abie to disrupt the Alliance be Law Jenl Ltd Fri Rajz Power. Who is expected in this City in a it a but. Gives no a figures on which to assertion. It has been ascertained that the a All issued for this convention contains the names of a Large number of prominent men in the Alliance canse who did not Sfern it and a vrho have a repudiated the convention Over their own signatures. It seems a site certain that some bad feeling will result from the difference of opinion among the two wings of reformers although from ail the evidence at hand the anti Power crowd seems to Hare the Best of it so far As the endorsement of the Alliance masses and leaders is con Cen it a do u a l a Ici interviews with the prominent reformers in Ohio Anulf Lydiana show that at least 90 Oer cent of them favor the february conference and not the one in May. Some of those who were seen said they would be at Cincinnati to look on. And would do All they could to prevent the formation 1 of a a Jii try until next year. Almost without exception the Alliance men declared they would favor Independent political action next year unless the incoming democratic Congress granted the demands a of the Farmers. If the May convention should prove to be a Success and not a failure As is predicted by those who oppose it. I the Alliance and citizen leaders will be put in an awkward position and the old guard Green backers will hold the fort and either compel the Farmers to follow their Banner or remain a their own party. 1 a. Tyg. When talking about the matter the other Day Captain Power disclaimed that there was any i Itira to antagonize the Alliance in any Way. In his Oniu Ion it was probable they would adopt a declaration of principles and give their party a name and then adjourn to meet on the 22d of february. A Well known Alliance Man to his state stated the other Day that Ohio w0m� he Well represented on the9thof May. And it was the Pur to bold a convention of Ohio delegates after the adjournments the National gathering and Nofil Nate a a state ticket in opposition to both the democratic and Republican whatever action May be taken at the May convention it is certain that it will Mon ground on which to stand. This the East and the North have recognized All along and have very adroitly prevented any coalition. They know that in the South any thing that endangers local government by the White element will be resisted and that every other interest will be sacrificed to this end. They have managed to strengthen this feeling by occasional menace. In the West sectional feeling has been resorte1 to with varying Success until this year when it signally tailed. Such plays on the passions and interests of the sections have about reached their limit. The sections Are becoming apathetic alike to appeals and menaces and when the one Dies out and the other is allayed we May look for a coalition that will produce tangible results. The existing political parties however May by their platforms and the candidates nominated make such concessions to the Alliance As to cause the members to return to their respective folds with the belief that Evis that they seek to redress will be reformed in their smuggling chinamen. Farmers declare themselves. A. Ern bodies. Labor. As will As Bylthe knights of a a come to 8tat. A a a a a i it a so or. In Galla think of the alliances the Moreno and a native element will control 3b so a a a a Sab hmm w to a a a a a a a a baes r so pm % w six 7 a a i. Is ? msmm7 i Tif Asif 1 r. A a a Fri Quot w a a i .r-., or a a lift in 7, a. A a i a a it w a Jed Quot a a a ssh is. A. ? re. A a a War m i am a to Quot �3. A 77. # or a Isk j a a a is a serb timo�8� March 18�?senator John j. In galls. Of Kansas who passed yesterday and last night in Bis City left for new York to of the Farmers Liliace or. Ingalls Ift Bis movement is building greater i top Uia Jority of people in the Eastern slope Are willing to admit. It presents one meet interesting political problems of the Oeh Torjul Here in the East where in tries and employments Are diversified its not appreciated and the Btl Ifim Joel gaining is not understood. In Urey agricultural Section it has taken a �?T1 j Quot a i peer hold on the Public mind and the evolution of the movement is closely watched by our deepest thinkers and comi mists. These Farmers have a concluded that there Are wrong existing Tbs to need adjustment the growth of the Rontani Zavion is not ethereal or spontaneous but has come with a Strong undercurrent of reason that will ultimately land it on a solid foundation which will defy All the efforts of politic agitators to shake. Of course the blatant demagogues whose claims Are unreasonable and untenable will not be the ones to carry this movement to the Success i look for it to reach. Yon will find however. That with the Force behind it and with even so a to in Access these agitators will be forced array to the f \ More Conser Vatty element. And the leadership will he assumed by men one by philanthropic or patriotic feelings and whose counsel can safely be followed with the Assurance that it will Lead to tangible results. The adjustment of the Tariff and the expansion of the a circulating cum and other measures the absence of which thinking Farmers believe underlie the stagnation that now afflicts them will be advocated by the Best minds i the movement in such a Way As to carry with them a Strong popular feeling. I think it May be oem pared to the feeling of republicanism which swept Over the country from 1856 to 1s63. This result might of More quickly ii Anhtu could the West and South find com platform adopted at the Alliance state convention at Crest a Iowa. Crest a Iowa March 19�?the Farmers Alliance 8tae convention closed its three Days session and Rea filmed the principles of the National Alliance and Industrial Union at Ocala fla., and announced the following As its platform Congress should Issue a sufficient amount of fractional paper currency to facilitate Exchange through the United states mails. We demand a revision of the tax Laws of Iowa so As to place the Burden of taxation equally and equitably on All property with out discrimination. We demand of the next general Assembly of Iowa the adoption of the australian sys b % Tern of voting. The president. Vice president and senators of the United states shall be elected by a direct vote i the people. We favor a reduction of official salaries. National. State and county. We demand that the state shall publish the text books for use in the Public schools a it of the state and furnish the same to people at actual Cost. We demand the adoption of a Law com Delling corporations to pay their employees at least Semi monthly and we hereby pledge ourselves to stand by and sustain labor in All its just demands. We demand a Law making it a crime to take Orvec Cive More than Legal interest. It is further agreed that in order to carry a but these objects that we will support for office Only such men As can be depended a a so. Of a a a a it no upon to enact these of principles into Law uninfluenced by party caucus. V. O. The following officers were elected 1 president. J. M. county a vice president Daniel Campbell Winona county a we �?o4 a my to a / a a al Secretary. George b. Long Wayne county treasurer j. J. Laws. Taylor county state lecturer. L. H. Griffith. Cass county. Crest a was chosen As Headquarters for the state organization and the Secretary wilp Ocate a. Holmes county Farmers. They will organise a Strong Alliance and Lay Down some Laws to be passed. Special dispatch to the enquirer. Millersburg Ohio March 18�?a Cali has been issued to the sub Farmers alliances in the county to meet Here through representatives for the purpose of organizing a county Alliance on april 4. There Are about a dozen alliances in tha county with from Twenty five to 100 members. Some Strong resolutions will Coffie before the meeting and it is altogether probable that the question of a suitable candidate for representative will at least be secretly discussed. $3maysy1llb Farmers. A 1 Seppor no Saadi Date who does nop agree to support their he a n Oak Ciao dispatch to the Esau Ciapas. A a Alliance of this congressional District at Var Tieburg and Organ Zeda Union. With 3 s. Bali of Fleming president we. Lut Trell. Of Mason vice president and j. To Moritz of Lewis As Secretary. The action 61 the state democratic executive committee a a Kif. I. A a it �1 in calling mass meetings in the various counties instead of i it rec incr meetings to select delegates to the coming state convention was denounced. Resolutions were also adopted deman Dios that the rolling Stock of railroads be made subject to execution for damages or Stock Kyed and that the state establish a uniform system of text books for schools and furnish same at Cost. The members pledged themselves to vote for no candidate for the legislature who does not Tavor the demands of the Alliance. Mean business. \ Farmer talking of a third party candidate for president. Crest a. Iowa. March 20�?the National Farmers Alliance concluded its session with two great meetings yesterday. President l. L. Polk said the Farmers ought to elect More Farmers to Congress instead of so Many lawyers. Because the petitions of Farmers for Relief had been disregarded. The Alliance intended to go into politics but not part Nam. He suggested the possibility of a new party in the next presidential Campaign and said the principles of the Alliance would Triumph As Early As 1896. If both old parties a l a 7had to be swe a away. General James b. Weaver and labor commissioner Sovereign and congressman elect Otis of Kansas delivered similar addresses. The Farmers Alliance will play an important part in this years Campaign in Iowa Farmers Alliance candidates. Premial dispatch to the Inq Cikk. Washington A. Ohio. My sch 20�?state lecturer Jenkins of the Farmers Alliance addressed a Large and enthusiastic meeting of the Fayette county Alliance at music Haku this afternoon. There were several Hundred representative Farmers present and much interest was manifested. Already the sub alliances a in some of the townships Are agitating the question of putting straight Farmers Alliance candidates in the Field to be voted for at the approaching Soring election and in Concord township a convention ha6 been called for the purpose of nominating a Farmers a11 Anco ticket the Alliance appears to he growing in most localities in it is Section of the state. A a 1 7 a ,. 1 7 Patron of inn try. 1, a Lansing mich., March 20�?the supreme organization of patrons of Industry to Day sleeved the following trustees for two years Thomas Bradley. Brevier. Ont. Chairman George a. Ben Nett Marengo. 111., and Phil 8. Dorland. Lewis Corners. N. The Constitution was amended reducing the per capita to a due the country from subordinate lodges from fifteen to ten cents from county to state from Twenty to sixteen cents. State to supreme from five to four cents and the charter fee reduced from 83 to $2. The subject of Independent political action was warmly discussed and decided adversely to Tion. The Constitution was also to admit of annual instead of by such act amended ennui amp a sessions As now. \ it Kat Elbl the dishes. Q ral earthquake Shook Felt at a to a a amp a a a a he Wal Point in a i it i Tana. St. Paul. March 2l�?reports from Montana Points indicate that there was a distinct earthquake Shock at 1 15 of clock yesterday afternoon at Butte Anaconda and Billings. The Shock was. In places sufficient to Knock dishes from cupboards. Vav 4 a a a a a too Liberal in his Sermon. New York March 23�?there was a report current to Day that Rev. Or. Heber Newton. Of ail souls and Rev. Or. W. S. Rainsford. Of St. George Are to be censured by their episcopal Brethren for unc Anonical preaching. A protest against their Liberal has been Dri Ity 1� up and i _ a. Laced in the diocese of new York and is said been drawn actively circus to have received Many signatures. Belle Starr daughter. Gainesville. Texas. March 20�? Pearl Starr daughter of the noted Belle Starr stole two Fine horses of a Farmer near St. Joe. Last night and fled to the Indian territory. She dresses in male attire and handles a Winchester with As much dexterity As her Mother. Pearl is 20 years old and is the reputed daughter of Cole younger. Mongolians testify that Liry paid fifty Dollar Piree to he placed inside the United state Morder. Utica n. Y., March 20.-the trial of James Muhidon. Alias Miller was continued in the United 8tates District court this morning. The defendant is indicted for smuggling chinamen into this country at Lewiston and the Case is the first of its kind Ever tried in this District. The chinamen were sworn by the government and testified through an interpreter. They failed to connect mul-00011 with smuggling until after they reached Buffalo and swore they paid 850 to be placed on United states territory. At the close of the governments Case the defendant s counsel moved for the dismissal of the prisoner on the grounds that the Law prohibiting the Landing of chinamen in this country was unconstitutional that the indictment charged that the chinamen came by and. Whereas they crossed the Niagara River into this country in a Row boat. Assistant District attorney Smith opposed the motion and the court denied the motion. The Case was Given to the jury this afternoon. Suspended. Rev. Howard Mac Queary spun ashment he shall not preach for six months in the of Piscopia Church and then be barred entirely unless he a alters his ideas of heresy. Too much brain. No wonder the Church floor caved in. Salt Lake City Utah. March 22�?a crash almost panic and narrow escape from fatalities. Happened this evening in St. Paul episcopal Church. Rector Lane was to preach to newspaper men. And the House was packed by the fraternity and compositors. The Railroad element was also largely represented. Some 809 people had assembled and the first stanza of the processional hymn had been Sunc. When there was a succession of creaks and snaps underneath then a crash and Down went the floor with the enormous Wight of living humanity. Fortunately the floor Couke sink but two feet and the newspaper men maintained such presence of mind that beyond a Tew women being badly squeezed there was no one seriously Hurt. The Canton minister at once submits his resignation to the Bishop of april i will preach in the unitarian Church of the Messiah in Rev. Howard Mcqueary has sent the Fol lowing answer to the Bishops Lette Canton Ohio March 19. 1891. Right reverend and dear sir the ver dict it of the court that tried me for heresy our sentence of suspension suggested id court together with your personal. Have been received and carefully con in reply permit Ine to tender Ray nation from the ministry of the protest episcopal Church in the United states Merica. And to ask that it be accepted hat Steps be at once taken against my Ilion. My reason for this action is so known that i need hardly state it. There t the slightest probability of my retract a alleged errors within six months or after. On the contrary. I have every n to believe that further investigation imply confirm my present convictions. 1, very respectfully 1 Howard Mac chary. The right Rev. W. A. Leonard d. A. P of Ohio. # will resign. And Liberty to preach the gospel of Christ according to the dictates of his conscience and reason. No reparation demanded. The chinese population of Peoria iii., Sion bid while Atto Riding tuft a pm a a special dispatch to the req hirer. Peoria. Iii., March 22�?\v1iile the chinese laundry Meu were attending a y. M. C. A meeting in the new $120090 building this afternoon a gang of thieves made a pre concerted raid on every pig Tail laundry in the City. The haul was not Large Only about $5 in Money being secured at any one place although it amounted in ail to nearly $100. The celestial a take the raid philosophically and so far have not called on the chinese minister at Washington to demand reparation from Secretary Blaine. Like a life and death of Baroness Fahn Enberger. / a Beautiful and wealthy girl who married a unworthy titled foreigner and t i whose will was lately. P by v contested. A facial dispatch to the . A it. St. Louie March 22�?the recent decision of the judge of the Law and equity court at Louisville by. In the celebrated will contest Case Between the heirs and Devisees under the will to the estate of Sallie Williams Strothers the Baroness de Hahnenberg. Revives Public sentiment in the matter. Colonel Strothers father of the american Duchess was a member of Congress from Missouri in the Early forties. Strothers was a a proud and aristocratic Kentucky family of that name. The fatkg8 died he Lef feds Gildow. In a Muiir 1 ii it a and a daughter. Sallie Williams inherited the Beauty brilliancy wit and charming graces of. Her Mother and with wealth and All the opportunities of society Guitare and advantages added to her natural endowments. She became the acknowledged Belle of her Day and the death of the son Hunt in Paris in or about his Twenty first year cast a Cloud Over the mothers life and this added to the unfortunate marriage of the Beautiful and accomplished daughter to the Baron de Hahnenberg. Seemed to Piave nearly crushed oat the life of Theodosia Strothers. The marriage of Sallie Strothers was one peculiarly sad and unfortunate. The fair and wealthy american girl was sought in marriage by the scion of nobility As it afterwards proved simply for her wealth with no thought of social or equal recognition on the part of the ignoble Baron or family. This was naturally and warmly resented by the proud and gifted Mother As Well As by her daughter. And the result was a separation of the couple after a very Brief season of married life. \ a Large financial consideration to the Baron secured an amicable separation. No Issue resulted from the marriage and the separation was final. The life of the Mother and daughter from that time became very secluded. They were inseparable and sufficient unto themselves. Death Only separated them and that but for a Brief time. They died in France. Before her death the Mother in the devise of her Large estate especially provided that none of it should go to the daughters husband his heirs or family and so impressed it upon the mind of the Baroness that she. Too. Took ample provision against such a contingency. The will is on file in the probate court in this City. Special dispatch to the enquirer. Canton. Toiyo. March 19�?the following is the official document received by Rev. Mac a near this morning in the name of god amen. Whereas. The Rev. Howard Mcqueary a presbyter of this diocese of Ohio was by a written presentment front the standing committee of said diocese dated october 27. 1893. Duly presented for trial under title 2. Canon 2. Sections 1 and 5 of the digest of the canons and according to. The canons of discipline of this diocese of Ohio upon the charge of holding and teaching publicly and advisedly doctrines contrary to those held by the protestant episcopal Church in the United states of America and upon the further charge of having by such holding and teaching been guilty of an act a which involves a breach of ordination said obnoxious doctrines and the manner of hold ing and teaching them being plainly set Forth in said presentment and a a whereas the ecclesiastical court of this diocese of Ohio after a fair and Public trial of Rev. Howard Mcqueary upon the said presentment and after a patient consideration of the record of the Case ha9 declared in a writing signed a majority of them that they find the Rev. Howard Mcqueary guilty of each of the charges set Forth in the presentment of aforesaid and 7. A whereas. This finding of the court together with the evidence and an attested copy of All the proceedings has been delivered to the Bishop according to the canons of this diocese accompanied with the canonically required opinion 3f the court As to what sentence should be pronounced which opinion is that Rev. Howard Mcqueary should be suspended from the functions of the holy ministry for the period of six months in order that he May have time to reconsider his errors and a a give evidence that he will no Lof Ger teach and publish the same. And that in Case Rev. Howard Mcqueary fails to retract his errors and comply Vith the conditions aforesaid within the six months of his suspension be should % a l7. Then and thereupon be deposed from the Priesthood of the Church. Now. Therefore we Andrew Leonard. D., of divine permission exercising ecclesiastical and spiritual jurisdiction in this diocese of Ohio do hereby pronounce ud9n Rev. Howard Mcqueary sentence of suspension from the exercise of the functions of the holy ministry in All and every particular and in accordance with the above cited Pinion of the ecclesiastical court for the period of six months. Now following this 18th Day of furthermore sentence that if at the expiration of six al Howard Mcqueary will probably the unitarian Faith with a number Follower who believe in him. Ton. Ohio. March 18�?the Rev. Howard Ueary will preach no More in Canton verdict of suspension would Settle that he had determined upon immediate resignation no matter what the result was. In reply waiting for the official announce Merit. He has had propositions from the cd of the Messiah unitarian at Chi also from a leading unitarian Church Canada from ,ne9town, n. Y., tier Points. He is awaiting the receipt Cial information of the verdict Wimch Erst mls is suspension. His friends the Bishop has been taking a part in v. Fiction. Mcqueary expected to be acquitted. A ill. Two of the court decided upon jul. His friends Fiad expected at least her to vote in that Way. Although the it has been reached and or. Macy convicted of heresy it is not thought so a ends the matter in the Church. mail has assumed the size of 4 congressman a and his Admir is Over by Are sending in sympathetic messages. Although the verdict will drive him to i unitarianism and from the episcopal members Bere think that questions raise the and of which is by no Means in sight. Peace Een the Hatfield and Mccoy factions a the feud is ended and Captain hat Field proclaims a general amnesty. Iti general Johnston. Death of the Confederate general saturday night if Washington. Washington d. A. March 21. A general Joseph e. Johnston died shortly after 11 o clock to night at his residence on Connecticut Avenire. The general had been suffering for the past three weeks with an affection of the heart aggravated by a cold he caught soon after general Sherman a funeral in new York. I general Johnston was the last save general Beauregard of the six full generals of the confederacy. He was born at Cherry Grove. A. In 1807. And was graduated from West Point in 1829, in the same class Robert e. Lee. Lie served through the ican Aud the civil wars. With mex he rec in amkk1ca Are the chinese allowed to practice their it custom of decapitation by secret trial. Ottawa. Ont. March 23�?a detective who recently visited British Columbia on business for the government stated that daring his stay in Victoria he saw enough to convince him that the chinese in that province were administering Cunis Hrent under their own ordinances and according to their own civil and criminal code. He said lie Learned of two cases in which criminals had been tried under their code and secretly beheaded unknown to the local authorities. He is of the opinion that Many chinese Are us dealt with on the Pacific coast which a local police never hear of. It is almost a possible to secure evidence to convict them under Dominion Law As it Means death to any of them to reveal what goes on in their own tribunals. A a a Rush of immigrants. New York. March 23�?on five steamers that arrived yesterday from european ports there were 3148 immigrants. It will take the emigration officers two whole Days to pass this army of men women and children through the Barge office and before they Are All sent on their various ways the chances Are that More immigrants will arrive to keep them Busy. During the next thirty Days it is estimated that 30000 or 40,000 immigrants will arrive. Quot Mississippi politics. Jackson miss. March 23�?the democratic state Central committee met to Day. And elected Hon. J. S. Mcneely. Of Greeneville chairman in place of r. C. Patty deceased. Wednesday. July 15. Is the Day fixed for holding the state convention to nominate three Railroad commissioners to be elected at the november election. M to Rte said he has been found guilty he shall be thereupon deposed from the Priesthood of the Church. A 1 i 1 in testimony whereof we have Hereunto caused our episcopal Seal to he affixed and to subscribe our hand this 18th Day of March in the year of our lord 1891. In the Trinity Cathedral Church at Cleveland Ohio being the second year of oar consecration. A. Leonard. Bishop of Ohio. ?. A 1, a 4. 1 a % a a a. Vij unreasonable and unjust. 7 it a or the verdict in his Case was received by Rev Howard Mcqueary and by him Given to the Public. When asked Bis opinion of the verdict by an enquirer representative he was not at All backward in giving his views. He said �?�1 think it both unreasonable and unjust. It is unreasonable because it rests on the absurd supposition that a Man who has devoted years of Earnest prayerful study to theological problems May alter his opinion in six months at the dictation of ecclesiastical Power in order to it pc retain a position in a Church which does not want him. It should have been a clean Cut deposition or acquittal. This sentence is a simply an expedient adopted to extricate the Church from a dilemma and in order to win for the Church a reputation for leniency and Charity. A a one who is familiar with ecclesiastical proceedings and has read the denunciation of ipe by the religious press during the last year can see the hollowness of such a pretence. Retreat indeed Why should i what has been said or done to convert me from my alleged errors i have been denounced and prosecuted and condemned. That method of converting of critics has proved futile for centuries. It is an anachronism a contradiction of the great principles of the reformation of the sixteenth Century which established the right of private judgment in religious matters and it is a return to the darkness of the Middle Ages. No the old facts and reason to support them and therefore i can never believe them. The verdict is unjust for several reasons a a first it violates the fundamental doctrine of the protestant episcopal Church which teaches that the creeds must be interpreted by the scriptures not the scriptures by the creeds. Secondly if this verdict be Correct the Bishop the prosecutor the judges and All the clergy in the Church Are heretics. None of them believe in the literal meaning of the article in the Creed on a the resurrection of the no intelligent person believes that a Many a body which has lost a leg or an Arm for instance will at the last Day be resurrected without its Arm or leg. Yet if the Creed be literally construed we must believe that the very body that was buried will be resurrected. A if there were an appellate court in the Church i should Appeal the Case and believe i could win it. But unfortunately there is no such court. I Hope that one result of this trial will be the establishment of such a court especially if the Church intends to Deal with heretics in the future with the Strong Arm of Law rather than by rational and moral suasion. For this theological species will increase and such questions As those involved in my Case will be More and More forced upon the attention of the Church during the next one or two decades. It would be amusing if it were not pathetic that a Small diocesan tribunal should have to Settle questions affecting the Faith of Universal Christendom. A will you submit to the discipline and remain in the episcopal ministry a was asked. A i shall not. I have already written Ray resignation therefrom and will Send it to the Bishop immediately i have done nothing to be disciplined for except to faithfully study my Bible and i shall not submit to Censie for a what Church will you enter it is rumoured that you will enter the unitarian Church a i am not strictly a said Rev. Mcqueary. A that is. I do not deny the divinity of Christ but that is one of the few churches which allow Liberty of thought and speech. I shall enter any Church that will give me work Aud Liberty to preach the gospel of Christ according to the dictates of conscience and reason and not require me to by Lieve the exploded traditions of the a next sunday i preach in the Independent congregational Church in Jamestown. N. The following sunday i rather expect to it it be in Toronto. Canada and on the 5th Aud 12th a a a a i a. \.,�� a. A Asp Icsal dispatch to the Enqu Tryr. Eeling w. A. March 2l�?the Hatfield Mccoy feud on the West Virginia and Kentucky Border is a thing of the Oast. All the Tro 1 to much blood have been settled. The Bat bet is Burie i and henceforth so far As the hat Fields and Mccoy Are concerned. Log fun county. West Virginia. An l Pike county Kentucky will be peaceful communities. Captain Hatfield the Leader of the West Virginia faction who has figured in so Many bloody engagement during the Twe fity years War Between the two families and their branches has been the Leader in bringing about the conferences which have ilk a declaration of peace and he himself announces the conclusi�nof the be the following card which he sentto the newspapers of the Southern emf 77w v v .171 r for these few lines. A general to Fias beep declared in Tito famous Hatfield Mccoy feud and i wish to say something of the old and the new. 1 do not wish to keep the old feud alive and 1 suppose every body like myself is tired of the names a Hatfield and mccoy�?T and the words a Border warfare in time of peace�?T the War spirit in me Bas abated and i sincerely rejoice at the prospects of peace. R a i. A i have devoted my Lite to arms. We have undergone a fearful loss of Noble lives Aud valuable property in the struggle. We being like Adam not the first transgressors now i propose to rest in a spirit of peace. Yours respectfully. V. Captain Hatfield i Logan county w. Va�?� this letter which was originally addressed to the Wayne county news is extensively published and has caused a feeling of Relief in the Southern Section of the state. Finger Marks that rare aled a fearful murder. Killed b j burglars and the House burned to conceal the crime. Franklin. Penn., March 22�?the residence of n. P. Tobin a leading merchant tailor was destroyed by fire this morning and the remains of or. Tobin were found in the debris. 1 _ a the body was found in a crouched position in the parlor the head resting in a Pool of blood with Finger Murks on his Throat and every indication that he was murdered. Burglars tools were found about the place and he probably discovered them at work. He was a Man of. Enormous physical strength and theory Points to several tramps who have been arrested. Two years ago a great sensation was created by the finding of the dead body of or. Tobinus daughter Marv in the water of Long Island sound near Clifton and the mystery surrounding her violent death has never been cleared away. Twenty years ago Tobin was brought from Ganada to Franklin to whip Ben Hogan then an Oil Region terror but one evening he wandered into a methodist prayer meeting and before he left was converted and has since lived an Earnest Christian life and had successfully conducted a leading tailoring establishment. He leaves a family who were visiting in Newcastle. Penn. Several arrests have been made. A mob outside bombards a gathering of protesting italians at Troy. Troy. N. A. March 22,-while 150 italians were holding a meeting Here to night to protest against the mobs action at new Orleans the building was bombarded with cobblestones and the meeting broken up by a mob outside. Pistol shots were fired but no one was injured. The Reserve police Force dispersed the Large crowd which had gathered. A a a a a a a a broken heart. I remorse kills a conductor whose train in wrecked dealing death to Many passengers. Buffalo marc%21�?john w. Houghtaling aged 66. The conductor of the train which was wrecked on the Lake a Shore Road at East Hamburg last april in which several lives were lost Ami who was indicted for manslaughter in connection therewith but was acquitted died at his Home in this City y the terrible affair and his subsequent indictment preyed on him to such an extent that his friends say he died of a broken heart. A a. To a a a general Johns ton a remains Washington. A. March 23�?the body of the late general Joseph e. John9ton, who died saturday night has been prepared for burial. It is attired in an Ordinary civilian suit of Plain Black and place Ltd in a casket devoid of ornaments attempts at military display being studiously avoided. Bismarck on the relations of Germany and America. The threatened exclusion of German exports should the embargo on american pork continue. Views of the sex Chancellor regarding the Mckinley Bill Germany and the United states should be Good friends Windt Horatt a skill a a parliamentary Leader. Special caulk to the Enqu Irb. Friedrich Suu March 2l�? the news cabled from America that presi Dent Harrison intends to shutout German exports if the embargo on american pork is not taken off by Germany has created an intense Ozta ration among manufacturers and shippers. As the measure excluding american pork was passed during Bismarck a time and As he. As Chancellor always firmly maintained it. The new York worlds correspondent went to Friedrichs Ruhe from Berlin to get the views of the sex Chancellor. When the express from Berlin rolled into the station Here at 10 30 Bismarck was waiting on the platform to meet a distinguished military guest who was Cominolo visit him. Iii tall figure stood a rect and prominent among the people who gathered about the platform. Exactly a year had passed since i saw Bismarck when he left Berlin after resigning office. As he went Forward to receive his guest the Light of an electric lamp fell full on his face. His eyes looked Bright and Clear and the expression of his face was candid and in dependent As Ever his Quot complexion was fresh his appearance was altogether healthy and like that of an aristocratic country gentleman. When the passengers on the train saw Wisniarek. They greeted him cordially and cheered when he drove away. 7 i v 7 next Day when the worlds correspondent called at the Castle the Prince consented to receive him. Or. Chry Aander. A Young physician who is in constant attendance upon Bismarck led the Way to a room filled with the presents which Bismarck received on his. A it. A. W-7 a Ai. I a Jot i. A a last birthday from devoted friends in ail i # a a is Jav. Quot a a 1 of 10. A. R a a a / parts of the Empire. After waiting there a few moments the worlds Corres Ponde Ift was conducted to the Princess private room and greeted with a cordial hand so amp be by the sex Chancellor. �?o77� 7. 7 Quot a �?T7�?T 7. 7 7 a the or incr a study a it y a is situated on the ground floor and opens into a Garden. A commodious writing table of. A of a Kwh Lvi a a. V>7 a. A a a it a a it is placed Lengthwise Between two windows and is flanked by Oak chairs of an enormous size. Dozing on an Arm chair near the tire was Bismarck a big do. A servant soon appeared with the Well known Long pipe and two Large mugs of spate Brau. The writing table was cleared of its papers and letters a proof that the Prince still adheres to his old habit of finishing every thing each Day brings for him to do despite the fact that his correspondence is vary extensive. A talk with Bismarck can scarcely be called an interview. When once the Prince becomes interested in you he takes the Lead in the conversation. Touching topic after topic with astonishing rapidity and leaving his interviewer to follow him As Best he can. Without an Opportunity of taking May notes. It annoys Bismarck if you do not Tive him in flow of thought with irrelevant questions. His mind has lost none of its fresh Mesa or vigor. =. 71 a ,.77 Bismarck began by remarking that he took a particular interest in the United states. A americans Are in the Wronoy said Bismarck a when they regard Germany a Endeavor to prevent the importation of american pork As a purely hostile measure. I have never believed that attempts to place the measure before the people in that j Light would succeed. I wish to emphasize the fact Over and Over a again that it waa Only the want of Good supervision in the rearing and slaughtering of american Swine which brought about a prohibition not Only in Germany but in other countries. The attempts since made to improve the state of things is the Best justification of what we were obliged to do. There was no intention in Germany of protecting our Park breeders. We were actuated by the duty incumbent on the state to prevent the import of All articles of food producing disease. If there is not a better control now than when these measures were adopted no alteration in them should take place. It a on the whole. Germans know America better than americans know Germany. It is to be regretted that americans do not come Here in greater numbers. They mostly go to London. Paris Nice or Monte Arlo because these places Are More amusing. For Mere amusement Germany has not the same attractions. A More Lively Intercourse Between the two countries would bring about very favourable results. In regard to the French�?� he added. A i can not say the same. They must first become More Reasonable�?� from this topic the talk naturally drifted to the Mckinley Bill and the hostile feeling which its High duties have aroused among German Manufacturersv 7 a i Think�?� said the Prince a that in passing the Mckinley Bill the Tepu bucans made a mistake politically As Well As economically which can never be repaired. The excesses which they have committed must result in favor of the democrats. I Atu a protectionist. My opinion has always been that National labor must be protected. The adversaries think that the Protection can Only be for those who Are not producers but merely Consumers. In passing the Mckinley Bill the Industrial protectionists have gone too far. They went so far beyond the Mark As to affect agricultural interests strongly and Force them Over to the opposite Side. Such excesses affect the National Consumers far More than the foreign importers. It i9 the task of the state to see the Consumers obtain their rights. The Mckinley Bill has hit some Industrial branches of foreign nations hard but on the whole it has not done so much injury keep the Center of on parliament together As he did. At All events he had a Strong support in the Polo and the jesuits. His prominent skill in parliamentary measures and his Superior knowledge of the tactics of debate. Gave him an uncommon influence in parliament and out of it. He kept the Adverse elements of the Center together. He was like a Cooper at his cask running around with his a Misiur and fixing tha hoops in order to keep the Staves together. A next to him count boil Estrem is the most capable Leader of the Center. Whether he will be Able to so quire the same Power to keep the party together it is difficult to say. It will certainly be no easy task but he May perhaps succeed with direct help from Home. M they like it and at one raise the embargo on cattle. Berlin. March 18�?owing to the untiring efforts of the United states minister Here. Hon. William Walter Phelps. Chancellor Yon Caprivi has removed the embargo placed upon american cattle landed at Hamburg. And it is Likely that or. Phelps will be Able to obtain a a a Tam Oval of the restrictions placed upon the importation of the american hog. Already 300 american Beeves have been lidded at Hamburg As an Experiment. This Landon tight a fit it two tie has been carried on for weeks and Bas Only been known to the Imperial government. To or. Phelps and to the authorities of the port of Hadiburg. All parties concerned Are pleased with the Success of the Experiment. Or. Phelps at a series of dinners which he has Given at his residence Here has Given his guests american beef and hft9 thus introduced its use in the families of Many distinguished members of the fashionable circles of Berlin. In turn the Hamburg local officials Are making costly and permanent improvements m the Landing facilities now atthe disposal of the importer of american cattle. The object of the Hamburg officials in making the improvements referred to is to encourage and develop the Trade in american cattle. % the present course followed in Landing cattle at Hamburg is As follows after the cattle have been examined by the veterinary surgeons of the port they Are. When pronounced entirely healthy landed from the steamships and Are driven to a Large airy building built of Iron and Stone where they Are immediately sold to the watchers. The custom sip to quite recently has been to keep american cattle under a sort of surveillance or quarantine for four months previous to killing them. Model abattoirs Slaughter houses Are now being built at Hamburg. The Cost f the building will be $8000 30. Then there is a separate House for hogs Ohleh is already completed and ready for the Trade which it is sex peeled will develop into american hogs As soon a the restrictions upon their importation Are removed. F the erection of this hog House shows the Confidence which the officials of Hamburg place in the ability of or. Phelps to obtain the removal of tile restrict Ion. Chancellor von in Caprivi is now considering the Point made by or. Phelps who asks that american hogs be allowed to land a the same manner and under the same inspection As american cattle the interview with or. Jeremiah m. Rusk Secretary of the United states department of agriculture in which he is quoted assaying that the United states a a does not ask but demands the repeal of the hog restrictions. Is largely quoted by the hostile press and May delay matters. Y \ 7 ill fated family. More trouble in the Snell family of Chicago. Discovery of an attempt to dispose of Poison. Chicago. March 18�?a new chapter in the troubles of the Snell family was unfolded to Day which May rival the mysterious Ness of the murder of Minio Lotfe Snell and fee disappearance of to cent. A Lew Days aleut Hattie Juerst. A nurse girl employed in the family of. Albert j. Snell was arrested charged by her employer Withlarceny. It now seems that the son of the dead millionaire. Who bad placed two private detectives in his family did not do this merely to ascertain whether or not Hattie Juerst had stolen a few valuables. But to discover the pause of the strange illness of mrs. Snell. For some weeks past mrs. Snell s health has been failing very rapidly. 7� 7 7i i ally it was noticed that a tonic she we a Takin was having a decidedly bad effect. One Day she found in the Bottom of the bottle a White sediment which her physician said was not part of the tonic. Then wine was substituted for thet Ocic but the same bad effects followed and the Dodor told my hell his wife was being poisoned. An examination disclosed the presence in the wine of the same it order that had been found in the tonic. j detectives a Ere employed and Hattie Jere St a arrest on the coarse of larceny followed. In her trunk was found $100 Worth of mrs. Suells property and a vial of White powder apparently identical with that found in the tonic and wine bottles. The powder Bas been submitted to a chemist for analysis and pending his report the attorney for the Snells refuses to a a Beautiful tribute paid by colonel Oare soil to the memory of Lawrence Barrett. A3 was at first feared. In response to another question Bismarck said he should much regret if the disgust of the German manufacturers Over the Mckinley Bill prevented them from participating in the Columbia exposition. Quot that would be a very great mistake for germans to make a he said. A Germany Aud the United states should always be Good friends. There Are no conflicting territorial interests Between them nor Are they in any Way political rivals. A i was in office at the time of your civil War. And while there were Many educated men attached to the Southern cause for whom i had the greatest personal sympathy. I. As prussian minister adhered firmly to the North. Germany was in that War among the finest friends of the uni a. Your people and our people were then and Are still bound together by the strongest tie Sot Kindred and Mutual interests and it certainly would be a great Mistake�?� Bismarck repeated a for German industries to deprive themselves through the Mcl Vinley Bill from taking a apart in the Columbia exhibition. It will enlarge american knowledge of German goods and bring our producers into direct Contact with the people of America�?� the Prince declined to discuss the Empress Frederick a Visil to Paris or to talk on general politics saying that he had no longer and influence on the course of political events in Europe nor did be desire influence. He had no idea of reentering political life or of opposing the present government of Germany in any Way. Return no to the death of Windthorst the Prince said a the Pode loses in him a very Able defender. Only a Leader like Windthorst could special dispatch to the Knutti a. T new York. March 22�?colonel Ingersoll during his lecture on Shakespere at the grand opera House to night took occasion to pay a tribute to the memory of Lawrence Barrett. He said a it will be. Appropriate for me to say a few words about the great actor who a just fallen into that sleep that we Call death. Lawrence Barrett was my Friend and i was his. He was an interpreter of Shakespere. To these creations he gave flesh and blood. He life was a Success because he honoured himself and added glory to the stage. A the did not seek for gain by pandering to the thoughtless ignorant or base. He gave the drama in its highest and most serious form. He was a Graceful and striking Bas Sanis. A thoughtful Hamlet an intense Othello a marvelous Parebell and the Best it Cassius of Bis Century. A. Off a in the drama of our human life All Are actors and no one knows his part. In this great play the scenes Are shifted by unknown forces and the commencement plot and end Are still unknown a Are still a guessed. One by one the players leave the stage and others take their places. There is no pause the play goes on. No prompter a voice is heard and no one ha9 the slightest Clew to what the next scene is to be. A will this great drama have an end will the curtain fall at last will it Rise upon some other stage reason says perhaps and Hope still whispers yes. Quot sadly i bid my Friend Farewell. I admired the actor and loved the Man�?� Security wanted from mercantile agencies who May be liable for i Alse report and representation. Sioux fas s. Dak. March 22.-a very important decision was rendered by the state supreme court in upholding the constitutionality of the Law requiring commercial agencies doing business in the state to Deposit $50000 in Cash with the state treasurer As a guarantee fund for any judgment obtained for misrepresentation As to firms credit. Bradstreet withdrew from the state after the Law went into effect while r. G. Dun amp co. Have Foucht the Law claiming that commercial agencies come under the provisions of the inter state act of the fed crime that is probably without parallel. A we amp Letky Detroit Miller is a naked from aim 1 and kept closely guarded in a a a secluded room at an Ding the payment of n very heavy Ransom becoming frightened they finally Tura bin Loose the thrilling Story 7 of the be Kesead prisoner. I spec is. Dispatch to the Rqn or. Detroit. March 2d�?shortly after 10 o�?Tclock., Iasi night the most sensational Case Ever known in the history of crime in Detroit a was committed. Joseph Perrien. A Well known Miller of this City whose Home was in the Center of the cit7, and whose steady business habits had made him Worth half a million was called to the door by a messenger who handed him a letter. That letter purported to be from or. Spranger. And to convey the information that eld stance a dear Friend of Perrien. Hod been seriously injured in an Accident and desired his 1 \ attendance at his bad Side. Perrien told his Nephew Albert Hassel Bacher and his Niece. Leoni Chambre with whom he had been talking when the Doorbell rang what the note contained and was assisted to a Carriage at the sidewalk which was. The Young Man said to take him to stances Bouse. When Hasselbacher Thev Coupe door on him he was Afefe Floh sight As far Ashi relatives were concerned. Perrien was a Bachelor 58 years of Ace. And a Man of steady habits wan Oaid to his failure to return. At 1 of clock this morning the door Bell a rung a second time and Hasselbacher was con fro triad on the Steps by the same Man who delivered the first message. 1 7. Who thrust an envelope >�?T777g into his hands and ran. Hasselbacher tried to intercept the fellow but and returned to the House to open the envelope. In Thsuey envelop wat Faasu t to let ter s. One directed to Albert and Leoni. Which read something As follows 7 i 7 7v take the enclosed Check to the Peninsular savings Bank and raise the Money on it. If you fail a do so i want Albert Hasselbacher to raise the Money on Bis own per a Nal property. Enclose note for 115,030 payable to or. Moore in Case he should let you have the Money. Take the enclosed letter to him and Tell him that i am sick and can not leave the House and that i meat have the Money right away As i have some big Bills to Damp a. Amp a i have lust got into a girl scrape it is the first time i Ever got into trouble. For help me Feut of this scrape and never get into another. Do not seek any counsel nor employ detectives for if Yon do you will Only disgrace me Veoni. You pot s the number on the Check. Albert Yon bring p the Money to the Corner of Cam Avenue and Joy Street at 8 of clock to Morrow Friday night and there will be a party Thero to meet you�?T a a ,77a a 77 ,77s the other not a Quot a Jujj was addressed to Joseph b. Moore in which Bank Perrien transacted i Buri Atas god simply contained the information that. Perrien was sick and wanted the Money besides these two notes was a Cheok on the Peninsular Bank written sit i a drawn to the order of or. Moore. \ on receipt of these notes the police were notified and with the breaking of Dawn City of Detroit awoke to the Day excitement it has Ever known. The Board of Trade Ami mayor Early visited the police Headquarters and recommended that the entire police Force be turned Loose on the Case and the advice was carried out. Thad action to that the Bankers met and ordered the refusal of All checks notes and papers of Perrien. And to arrest any person offering them and if. ,.�7 a"3 necessary to shoot. Or the City and county registration offices were also Given like orders and it we Dent that Perriena a property was Safe. In addition to this the police were stationed at every Road leading out of Detroit and ordered to search every closed Carriage attempting to leave the City thus making Detroit a garrisoned town. Officers we a also placed at the Railroad stations. Four Wagon loads of officers spent the Early evening in raiding the Crooks resorts and houses of the a Lemi Iuone. But without Resultand 100men have been working the Case since. 7 7 a fkrr1en found. 7 Quot about8 30 of clock this evening Joseph Perrien reeled into the millinery store of his Niece on Gratiot Avenue. Ful a two Miles from where lie lives. His face was ghastly White and he was evidently thoroughly dazed As he could not give any account of himself or where he Baa been. His Nieoma look him Down to Bis House after he had been partially restored to his senses. Thera he told the following Story Lulb a was soon As i got into the Coupe it we driven in the direction of my friends Rori a Decca. But went by. I should have attempted to get out. But the Coupe was driven too fast. 7 a at the Corner of Gratiot and to Tanbin avenues the Coupe stopped for an instant and a Man entered from either Side with his face concealed by a half mask and with a revolver in his hand they threatened to shoot if i made any outcry and i was silent. Hardly bad they got in when they 7 produced a Bio sack a and Drew it Down Over my head to my Waist and i was driven a half hour and Only know that the Carriage turned several times. At 1 length the Carriage stopped and i was half Ted and half dragged into a House with the sack still Over my Bead. a Lull a when inside my cantors removed the ack and sat me Down at a table where i was commanded to write at their dictation and i wrote the letters and checks sent to Albert. Then they Teton Rae Toa room and one of them sat Down while i went to bed As they ordered. 1 must have gone to sleep after a time but the Man was still there As when i went to sleep and another Man was there this morning. Tier brought my meets but did not leave a be alone at any time. This afternoon two men came into the room and joined the one who had been watching me. By Piibe. They were All masked 77 7 7 and seemed greatly disturbed about something. And held whispered consultations All the time keeping their revolvers prominently displayed. Something appeared to make them very mad. And they discussed a matter of interest. I was Given my sapper and shortly after Nightfall two of the men commanded me to prepare to move. I we again blindfolded and i Beard a Carriage drive up to the door. I was hustled i toil and. With a Man on each siae of me. Started. I knew not where. After a ride of a few minutes one of the chapters said a if the dashed papers Nad not made such a stink about this we would have been All right and the Carriage was stopped and i we thrown out on the ground and the Carriage driven Oft but i Tore the Bandage off my eyes and saw the same Man on the seat that drove me away. I Learned that 1 was at the Corner of Myrtle and thirteenth streets Clear across the City from my Home and i took a car. Yes. I was treated nicely end am glad that the matter was made public�?T Perrien is still very ill from his scare and a doctor is in attendance. Eral Constitution and were not subject to stare Laws. The Case will be appealed United states supreme court. Some Flag like the apis lotto a facial d1fatc to Tab rxq171rirwashington A. Ohio March 2k�?ii seems that a disease similar in its symptoms to la Grippe is attacking Domestic animals throughout this part of the state. Some horses and cattle have died from the disease. It is about the same m the old time epizootic great Many horses Are affected with the

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