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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 16, 1895, South Haven, MichiganLa. Aaa 4 a aaa 4 a november�?1895. 8a 1bl tub. Wet tit m sail a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ,10 11 12 13 14 15 16� h 7 18 19 20 21 22 23 �24 25 26 27 Mes 28 a aka 29 30 epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. Thirk were 11.890 person in penal servitude in great Britain and Australia in 1870 and Only 4,345 in 1805. The figure 9 which came into the Calendar january 1,1889, will stay with Uhi year from that Date until december 31 1999. No other figure has Ever had Lucha Jong Conica Tiveron. Statistics show that in British East India an average 85 persons Are by snakes tigers leopards a wolves bears hyenas etc., every Day about 14,000 every a year. Nice place to live that. A Rockland me., has a Freak in Natu no history. It in n Canary Bird which sings articulate sentences so plainly that the Meriest stranger Cun under stand every word. The Bird Learned to talk without any special teaching. I Quot a what became the millions wild pigeons asks a correspondent. Hunters found their roosting and resting places years ago and killed them with poles and fed them by Wagon loads the fatten hogs before the Young could Fly. They were destroyed As effectually As the some one has found out How far a Farmer has to walk to put in and attend to 40 acres it Corn. To plow the ground with a 16-Inch plow he walks 350 mile to Harrow it thoroughly before planting he walks 50 Miles and to cultivate it afterwards be will have to travel 350 Miles making a grand total 750 Miles besides garnering. Hijra cd has discovered that the English language is seriously neglected in that institution. The Board visitors at West Point for 1894 Calls attention to the Lack facility expression Trie it Art the cadets and recommends that More than the established 210 hours in four years at the Academy be Given to the English language my literature. A Boston mechanical Engineer is said to have invented a bicycle tire which cannot be punctured by Ordinary Means. The Merit the invention lies in a Woven tube jacket and according to the accounts a recent test a journey Over a Road strewn with tacks would not seriously injure it. The tire is covered with a Light coating rub bar to give it surface and make it water proof. _ pit a torn i a first obtained notoriety As a Gold producing country. Of late years its fruit product has been the most conspicuous resource the state but it now appears that the Mineral wealth the country is still destined to play a part in californians Progress. The Oil Wells discovered there Are proving so profitable that a Large proportion Pennsylvania s Oil Colony has gone to the Pacific slope to locate. Peanuts will be a very Short crop this a ear according to report from ail Over the South but in face this depressing news it is reassuring to know that successful experiments in raising peanuts Scava been a a a Ltd a in Many parts the country hitherto considered inhospitable. Washington and Oregon Farmers has raised Good crops this year and a bad defied me Farmer tells having harvested a Good though Small crop. From Washington. In i annual report fint assistant postmaster general Jones recon i a clause was a apr Gnu mends an appropriation $17,000,000 Olinar a Constitution providing that any to cover compensation postmasters county in which a Lynching poc in . I a in Ann non my 1�? Albert g. Watkins who served four terms in Congress from Tennessee just prior to the War died at his residence at Moora Burg tenn., aged 90 years. Flames in b. Uhrig a songs Coal Yards in Milwaukee caused a Loos $150,000. A clause waa adopted in South a for the next fiscal year and $10,500,000 for clerk hire at first and second class Roost offices. Gen. Miles commanding the Amy in lit annual report to the Secretary War makes an important exposition the defenceless condition the coasts the United states. November returns to the department agriculture make the Corn crop the Argest record r ? the supreme court the United states decided officially that Beans Are vegetables. To protect american life and interests in Turkey Secretary Herbert ordered the san Francisco to Alexan Dretta. In the United states the visible sup Puy Grain the filth was. Wheat 56,937,000 bushels a Corn 4,627,0o0 bushels Oats 5,289,000 bushels Rye 1,160,-000 bushels Barley 3,840,0,000. In it statement Domestic exports the Bureau statistics says that during the ten months ended october 30, 1895, the amount exports bread stuffs Cotton oils and provisions was $299,812,916, which is a toss As compared with the same period in 1894, $25,705, 698. ,. J the International Assembly the knights labor met in Washington. Francis Schlatter. Juror in Denver Over the miracles the great healer g a Aid to cry tic sick without without Medicine Thommi seek we train run for invalids. The curious fact has been observed that while buildings generally Are More liable to accidents from lightning during the first Hulf year than daring the last barns form an exception to this Rule. In attempting to account for this it has been suggested that a full barn a warmer to bin a empty one and that the heated and somewhat moist air rising from the Straw Hay its More conductive than cooler air and a a attracts lightning. Prof. L. L Blake the Kansas University has discovered a remedy and preventive diphtheria if the result experiments already tried Are to be relied . It a a mixture Salt and water about two thirds the mixture being Salt through which an electric current has been passed. This current produces Chloride oxygen and Ozone in an Active state. The mixture is used As a gargle. The treatment has been tried in a number ways and has been the East. Because Domestic trouble i ill am Hawkins shot his wife and then him self at Canas Tota n. In new York the presentation a Large Silver Loving cup Given by the actor and actresses America to the Veteran actor Joaeph Jefferson took place. A railway engine boiler exploded near Warwick n. Y., killing Engineer Cooper conductor Neil and the head brakeman. In new York the official vote at the recent election was Palmer re for Secretary state 6,980 King dam503,811 Palmer s plurality 97,-169. In new York . Dwyer the stakeholder the Corbett Fitzsimmons match gave Corbett a Check for $2,500. The forfeit the Florida athletic Duiz. The club said that Corbett did ail in his Power to bring off the fight and that Fitzsimmons did All he could to prevent it. Pennsylvania sons revolution unveiled a Monument marking the Encampment the Continental array the Heights Back German Tow n. In new York the House Smiths and Bridgemen s Union numbering 20,000 men decided to strike for higher wages. The bark William Hales Philadelphia Sank at sea and five the Crew were drowned. At Trenton n. J., Dale a Davis manufacturing potters failed for $100,000. Fire destroyed the Lawrence Beach hotel one the largest summer hostelries Long Island entailing a loss $200,000, in Providence r. I the a the annual Baptist Congress opened with a Large attendance from All parts the country. Women 40 states gathered in their respective state capital the 12th to do Honor to the life and work Elizabeth Cady Stanton it being the both anniversary her birth. In new York the tombs police court which for 70 Odd years has been held at the Corner Franklin and Center streets was Peroca gently closed. The marriage miss Pauline Payne Whitney daughter William c. Whit Nev former Secretary the Navy occurred in new York to Almeric Hugh Paget a Young son the la a Gen. Lord Alfred Paget England. In the recent election the official vote Pennsylvania gives Hayward rep for state treasurer a plurality 174,-jm4 fire wiped out the Plant the York a Wall paper company the loss being $150,000. Where a prisoner suffers bodily injury shall be liable to damages not less than $1,000. In the Wood near Eldorado Ark., a boy named Perkins aged 16, and his sister aged 14, were found murdered. For preaching mormonism two mormon preachers were Given a ride a rail at Ashland by. Unknown persons killed two indians and a Squaw near the head lost can a in Colorado. The legislature Kentucky has joint ballot 68 republicans 68 democrats and two populists. The Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park commission show in their annual report that 42 Miles roads have been constructed and the Parte now includes 5,568 acres upon which $27,820 has been expended. Twenty three monuments and markers have been placed and 118 foundations prepared for state monuments. Masked bandits held up the agent and robbed the Wells Fargo express office at Colorado Springs col., $20,000. The bicycle one mile world v record was broken at Louisville by Ottoz Igler who made the distance in 1 53 2-5. In Cincinnati the Corner store the Pedestal for the William Henry Harrison statue was Laid. Atlanta exposition directors announce that the Gates would close december 31. In Kansas the final crop report shows a product for the year in Corn 201, 457,396 bushels. In Cincinnati during the past season 560,000 hogs were packed against 4ol, 000 in 1894. The failure was announced c. M. Loring a Minneapolis Speculator for $370,000. Two years ago he was Worth $800,000. The death John b. Drake one Chicago a oldest and most prominent citizens and known All Over the country As the proprietor the famous old grand Pacific hotel occurred at the age 71 years. A a fire destroyed the residence in Detroit sex senator Thomas w. Palmer president the worlds fair commission and valuable works Art and Bric a Brac collected from All Over the world were destroyed. Sovereign 18 heard. A atm my address the head the knights Lebof. Washington nov. 14.�?the question admitting certain delegates to the knights labor Assembly whose rights to seats were contested the ground that under the Constitution the proper apportionment had not been observed was disposed wednesday afternoon by the admission Delegate de Leon new York Assembly District no. 49, and Brien District Assembly no. 30 Massachusetts both these men Are said to be anti administration delegates and will Aid in the fight to oust the administration now in Power in the general Assembly. Their admission was a Compromise it appears however that the administration people have a very comfortable majority the votes in the Assembly. The report grand master Sovereign was endorsed As read. A synopsis is a follows alter a lengthy denunciation the acts sex officers the organization who he m _. Be a n Albino Truta Ifim t cd Omaha neb., nov. 13.�?the Union Pacific announces a special rate to invalids to Denver in order that they May visit father Francis Schlatter the new mexican healer who in creating a great furore throughout the West. The Railroad has already posted notices that it would transport invalid employees and members their families to Denver and a return free. Every Day witnesses a Motley crowd in the superintendent a office in quest passes to Denver that they May shake hands with Schlatter and have their handkerchiefs blessed by him. The official the Road apparently have become convinced schist i sex omers us a. For a tire a wars and say. In effect found nothing too Low to Ter a wonderful magnetic Powers Ano in order l0 further their own Al a he charge nothing for the simple Fligh eted it an Ltd do Grunt the order. Or. Sov treatment he gives employees the Road can lose nothing. Excitement it Denver. Denver col., nov. 13.�?the Schlatter craze a fast growing into a mob. Tuesday it was by the most cautious handling that the great crowd was kept in subjection and forced to obey orders relating to positions in line. Tickets fresh massacres. More christians and armenians said to have been slain. Synopsis bearing numbers were issued and All had to form the Long queue according to the numbers. So Many applied that the line at Daylight extended four blocks. As fast As the people passed the healer others came into line at the rear. Schlatter dismissed the people Bloop in 1u a duct to a fish ends and disrupt the order. Or. Sov pc reign say a to Day for the first time in Many year our order stands before the world a United whole with an unbroken front la tiling for the brotherhood Man and the Freedom labor from the Thra Dom greed and the so called Independent movement which had it origin in selfishness and Dishonour has sunk behind the horizon in the Industrial Field to be mourned by monopolies the country who fondly hoped it would crush forever the order the Knight labor. A now that this order has proven its ability to live in spite the aggressions organized capital and withstand the a saults designing reins who might to subordinate its usefulness to their selfish desires i would urge that this Sion that Rener amp a Assembly be devoted As far As possible to the work extending the Fields our operation. A labor la now Between the Devil Ana a deed sea with the Devil running Down the Beach and the tide flowing in. Capital has monopolized the elements and labor is in Competition with itself for the right to live and there can never be exist Justice to labor and a final solution to the Industrial question while the live and wage systems continue to Pampa the passions greed and grind the faces the poor. A Money oligarchy is tast rip log out the last vestige erty. Construction by judicial aut tory is already Given to Law placing All labor organizations in the category cd a Nunal conspiracies. Misdemeanours character have been raised to felony without Sanction Law and used to in Orison representatives labor organizations and injunctions followed by charges o7oonlempt have Bye a a Ltd Bor Leader to Tow felon1. A lathe Dence guilt by we a a a a elated Banks have secured War Purtzer reports the reign in parts Turkey the Porte Promisee to pwt n Stop to the disorders. Berlin nov. 14.�?a dispatch to the Cologne Gazette from Ita correspondent i constantinople Saya that All the Christian and armenian teacher Between Erze Roum and Trebizond have been massacred. It also state that the revolt in Zeitoun a spreading fast and that no turkish reinforcement have yet arrived there. London nov. 14.�?the daily Newt print a letter from an european in Erze Roum dated november 1, detailing the Slaughter there. He estimates the number1 victims at nearly 1,000, including some women and record seeing Badiea that had been skinned it tragedy in Texas. A a kill. A woman sad crud. Laredo Tex., nov. Murder a Mother child it-14 lived for the revealed wednesday followed by Grafi destruction the fiend realized that his crimes had beei1 i covered and Lynching await him to All nah ability it 1 believed the m probability. A Caroline menu dered woman a mrs. Yaru Dallas Tex. Her child was a i about ten year. The murderer is sup a a William Sam Konta Kansas City. Kuntz stated while Here that he had been a master Mechanic for a Railroad and letters were found in i trunk addressed to William Kuntz 157 grand Avenue Kansas City. Last monday evening a tall Fine looking Man accompanied by a woman an pretty Rirl. Refute red atthe hotel Hamilton As c. Schuler and family. At three clock tuesday afternoon Schuler who was really Kuntz hired a buggy and took the woman and girl to the depot despite the inclement weather. At five clock he returned the vehicle and ate supper at the hotel without exciting any suspicion retiring afterwards. During the night a Shepherd discovered two bodies lying in the Brush in Chacon Bottom just beyond a Small Reservoir 21/, Miles from Central City. He noticed trails where the bodies had been dragged through the thorns by the murderer and the prints the big a a a a a a t i by wheels were noticed the ground. Cd Tbs a eur. and an Tea. A a without touching the Bodie. Cameto cities the Atlantic coast northward to the City and notified the recorder i Philadelphia Are entirely without modern a a Quot a a a army. The Amsi radar Muf uen. Miles Washington nov. rip for my Gen. Miles commanding the United states army which was made Public monday differs in Many material respects from statements in regard to its contents previously published. Oen. Miles believes that the peaceable condition among the various Indian tribes 1 largely attributable to the presence troops at suitable Points and to the Admi Rabie conduct Tho experienced amp my officers who have been placed in charge the principal agencies while it is economical and desirable to have the Reserve forces the array near the great centers communication Gen. Miles urgently contends that these Points should be selected for their strategic value and that the tendency towards concentration should not be carried to the Point depriving the Western settlements proper Protection. Under the head coast defences Oen. Miles states that the condition these defences is such As to require decided and immediate action for their improvement. Some Progress has been made towards defending san Francisco and a few modern guns and rifles have been placed. These however Are but a Small part what is needed for the defense the Harbor while san Diego is in the same condition As puget sound entirely at the mercy any Strong naval Power which could blockade every important port the Pacific coast within 80 Day while the railroads might transport a million Brave men to the coast they would be useless without appliances to Cope with the modern engines War and with All our intelligence Pride inventive Genius and Enterprise we Are As far behind in the modern appliances War As China Japan. Such were the conditions says Gen. Miles As stated by him in his report six years ago and such Are the conditions to Day with the exception slight Progress made at san Francisco foreign intelligence. Ulic lenders the monarchy party in Rio de Janeiro declared that the Republic could not last More thaa fix months. Fire destroyed Hill a cold storage warehouse in Mont real Canada the Loaa being $100,000. In official Circle at Havana it was admitted that the insurgents had made such Progress in the different province and that they had received such a Quantity arms ammunition and dynamite that affairs might be said to be reaching a Crisi. _. The arrest was reported 11 kurd charged with the murder Frank a a. Lenz Pitts Butch pa., who started around the world a bicycle and disappeared in Armenia. During a storm at Milford England the British ship Highland Home with Crew 17 men was Tost. An English Mission near Jerusalem was attacked by a riotous mob. The missionaries escaped but some the servant the Mia Ion were killed. By an explosion fire Damp in the winning Colliery at Blackwell England seven men were killed. Six thousand persons were to a starving condition to the District amp a Elizabeth Jamaica because the failure the crop. The burning a school building it Granada West indies cremated the teacher and 31 children. At Paris and Lyons 18 suicides occurred because despondency resulting from losses the Vonrae during a recent panic. Later news. H. H. Holmes convicted in Philadelphia the murder b. F. Pitzel through his counsel filed reasons for a new trial. William Kuntz murdered mrs. Caroline menu and her ten year old girl at Laredo Tex., and then killed himself. A. T. Hatch appointed minister to the United states from Hawaii to succeed minister Thurston arrived at san Francisco. Fol Flat Tanir collided near Warwick a Raj Dethol a i. Collins aged 63.1killing William Earnest John Adams r. Survivor the Battle Balaklava and two unknown men West and South. From every county in Iowa Complete returns give Drake Republican candidate for governor 60,399 plurality Over Babb democratic candidate. In a runaway at Janesville wis., Edward Day and his wife were killed a Eav ing seven children orphan for the murder i wife August 18 last William Newman a funner was hanged at Clinton Ark. He died protesting his innocence. In the War the Crimea and a Veteran in the late rebellion occurred at Valparaiso ind. The rolling Mills to Birmingham ala., were closed throwing 2,000 urn at his Home in Columbus 0-, judge Allen g. Thurman passed his 82d birthday. On account his feeble health there was no Celebration the event. Mrs. Burnett Quick aged 99, died at Nevada to. She was born in Missouri tried in s num Ber ways Ana Nas Oeck rent. Nevada to. She was born my found instantly and completely to kill be cn9c Theodore Durrant con years before h Beca me a state. Eth Wei r found. Local Phy murder inst a train collided with i microbes wherever found. Local physicians believe the discovery is a valuable one. Am now the scientist with his All powerful Microscope Stag Gera humanity with the statement that the insidious and invisible microbe lies concealed in the skins pears peaches apples and grapes we Hare known for year that this ubiquitous being was found to we breathe and the water we and recent discoveries showed in existence in the a Ute Gnu Pencil. Of school children. 1� in Only a the Turmol therefore that science should follow the microbe to fruit. Nevertheless it la doubtful whether the sales fruit Erin diminish in View sciences totes discovery. The air drink joint Eva chios Mai died recently at his Hosne a to in pit Sylvania county a. He was bom the farm Upo Welch he died to 1800 he there All his life and was buried it was his boart that he never _ Light Gnu his use rever had a Law buit a a ver went to the oot Raty court hire nor but once and that waa 70 years ago when he went to get his marriage ii enc he wife sad even out i Uhli arcu survive him also 64 grand Chi Dre a and 2t>2 great grandchildren. He was in honorable Man am highly a themed Ettesen w to lived Aud died without a enemy fashionable Circle la a Toad it a a to customary at a wedding to Petal at the Bride and pm new his a Lea it Riese. The its Multi coloured Roee Lea Vea am Veri effects v. But Are infinite my i hard Grain Rito. Evicted in san Franciaco murdering Blanche Lamont sentence waa deferred until november 22. C. H Blair and wife lows City la., arrived to Macon ga., a distance 1,100 Miles after a five weeks journey with a horse and Wagon. A new trial was refused by the us Premroe court to Harry Hayward con rioted in Minneapolis the murder Mies Catharine using december 3 Iasi Tojo the Price the Chicago Tribune inter Ocean and times Herald was reduced to one cent. Officials arrived at Huntington w. A from the Interior the state with Over 100 prisoners who were charged with Moona Hining and the illicit retailing liquor. A mob near Argyle a lynched Lewis Jefferaon a negro who a tempted a criminal aaa auit a Little White Tho pair twin Robert and John Mccord Vincennes Tod waa broken by the death the utter brother at the age 8$ year. The firm t. Majon amp co. Cotton dealers to new Orleans failed for $50, 000. A freight train collided with a work train near Birmingham ala., and Tony Cunningham Moses Mcgee and Stephen Mcdonald were killed. By the death an Uncle to Australia the daughter William Kelly a poor Francis sch Lattro. At the rate from 400 to 600 an hour having declined for the first time to bless handkerchiefs while giving the Healing touch. The trains Are pouring Money the be in additional invalids hoping to Rea Clu cratic fraternity _ the Man before he ends his Public work free Goyer meat Ami Friday night. His mail tuesday numbered 27 bundles each containing from 100 to 150 letters. While he works people Are constantly appearing in the crowd to publicly relate the Deq Fly their cures. No astonishing cure Ore witnessed there but tales cures Are abundant enough. Was a Denver Cobbler. Schlatter was born German a Alsace for Rale 80 years ago. Unt 11 Abou three year ago he had followed the occur ration a Cobbler in Denver and Many e those who went to receive his treatment in the last few weeks in that City recognized him As the crazy Shoemaker who once lived in Walton Street and who was regal Dod a a Crank the subject re 118chlatter was first hen5 several months ago when reports Tom different Point in new Mexico came a Man who was going about Healing the sick perform a Rte cures that had baffled the Kalll the Phy a Leland and All medicines. These reports attracted the attention Edward Fox a business Man Denver who had Long suffered from defect hearing. Or. Fox went to Albuquerque and became convinced that the men possessed miraculous Power. He placed himself under his treatment and declared he was greatly benefited. Or. Fox was so Well pleased with the Faith healer that he exacted a Promise from him in Case he Over came to Denver he would make the Fox domicile his Home. When he App a red la Denver where his Fame had preceded him he erected a sort an open air Hospital to front . Foxes House where free charge he ministered to All who came to him for Relief. His system treatment was the sunniest. Standing at the end a narrow la dosed platform which just a ult it wed one person to pass at a time the Faith healer took the hands the afflicted ones As Tny came along muttering prayers in an undertone. It is said that some who were Only partially healed came Back again and a repetition the healers treatment Seldom failed to give entire Relief. Schlatter Speaks very modestly is alleged Power to heal. He claims nothing for himself and attributes whatever Power to May possess a to the father. He seems to regard himself As a second Messiah and All hta acts seem to be in Accord with his Conception the written life the 8avlor. His constant reply to All que Ritis As to his ability to heal is a to do As the father bids me it is As the father wills a to All who express gratitude offer for benefits received he says thank the father a and refuses to accept for Hub services. Schlatter tells a wonderful Story his wanderings after his conversion. He Dpi food about the cities the great Desei in the southwestern part the United states often being obliged to go without food for Many Days at a time while travelling about in the Sand Hills Only to be arrested and thrown into prison when he reached the cities. Schlatter makes no profession Creed although he cd Alt membership in the Homan Catholic Church. J i his Mission is to heal All alike and that the matter Creed makes no i fit Renos with him. _ t i a a in and the whole Pluto Money the Peg a Tova ded the realm a and constitutional see a to try year the Laws become More exacting in their application to the a labor a Row weaker and More dependent Anthe Pori i in Tifal a resuscitating More doubtful. The bustles Reed Sci a being reduced Industrial masses a erf Shadow Jade to circumstance a that overs at Rugguri Pendency and manhood with me a for bread and f us j take the ube Tomlet Teauey a Rezaie Quot to a. Motome Rufe and local a Elf govern mint Quot a Inte to ocal1 a a Tate and dlr tract umm Biles. Throw additional safeguards around the test membership he says by strengthening the obligation and most the differences and members and assemblies will pass away. �?o1 earnestly recommend that this general Assembly inaugurate a looking to the organization a a Lon Trade Assembly composed entirely Farmers and farm Laborec. A movement this kind will enable us to successfully refute the argument the emissaries the capitalistic classes in their efforts to convince the Farmer that they have no interests to common with the wage workers the towns and cities and will give to both Farmer and wage workers urdu Iona Power and Sovereign strongly denounces the Garn Zed Bankers the country. He says. A they have boycotted every Klind e Peoples Money they were not for eds it Law to receive and boycotted every class citizen their selfish purpose suggested and at their session rec it y Lauta. A. They turned their batteries against the greenbacks and Treasury notes and demanded the do Trucmon a a form. Matthew 1zmiklian. Patriarch the armenian Church at constantinople. Otherwise mutilated. The villages in the Vicinity he says suffered awfully. The massacre was evidently prearranged. A Soldier whom the writer knows declares that orders for the Slaughter were Given by the Porte. He asserts that a Bugle was sounded before the soldiers commenced their murderous work throughout the City. At first the turkish troops refrained from injuring women and children but these Bounds were soon passed and the 13th last month the disorders lasted fully six hours. Four Hundred refugees were sheltered at the governor s House and fully 300 armenians concealed themselves in the Homes the europeans. The final report received from this european Eye witness dated november 3, says that 521 bodies were buried in the armenian cemetery that any. A dispatch to the Standard from constantinople says that every Day brings news fresh massacres. It is quite Clear if the Powers waste additional time in negotiations the need these negotiations will be passed. The standards constantinople correspondent also says that if the Rumor should be confirmed that French and american missionaries have been injured in any these outrages it is believed these Powers will no longer confine themselves to protest. The american Fleet the correspondent think i Only too anxious to commence Active operations. Constantinople nov. 14.-ln reply to an inquiry from United states minister Terrell regarding the situation the missionaries at Harpoot commissioner darn am has replied that while they Are alive and Well their position is one extreme danger. The Porte continues its efforts to re store order in Asia minor and has dispatched two generals to command the turkish troop at Erze Roum and bit Lis. Lord Salisbury a speech last saturday at the lord mayor s dinner has thrown the Sultan and members the court into a state panic. Abdul Hamid entertains the greatest fears a declaration by the Powers extending their jurisdiction Over a portion the turkish Empire the calling a general Ciprain Ai u a a gun with one exception the cities North new York Are in a similar condition to those South in some guns and mortars have been constructed and some shipped to their destination carriages for them Are under construction and emplacements have been made to a limited extent he shows that torpedo plants Are useless without protective batteries and that the water in our principal harbours is so deep that Light draft War vessels might Over torpedo mines without danger. He asserts that the recent Maneu vers in England have shown that even the powerful British Navy is unable to defend the British coast against a foreign Fleet. Therefore he argues that the main Reliance must be upon coast batteries. He strongly recommends the construction All the High Power guns and systems defences called for in the general plan the Board ordnance and fortifications and to meet in part the expense this costly undertaking he suggests the application the funds that might be derived from the Sale abandoned military reservations. He approves the use bicycles and motor wagons in the army and recommends that a Force twelve companies be equipped with these devices. Gen. Miles argue for an increase in the strength the army saying that there is no reason Why it should become crystallized and kept at one strength been for years. It should increase with the growth the country and be determined by the census at a minimum one Soldier for every 2,000 population and a maximum one in 1,000. _ crack stole much Money. Colorado Springs col., nov. 12.�?two Omsk and Bandit robbed the Wols Fargo express office last night $20,-___ t .-400. They presented revolver to the the daughter William Kelly a poor Asai Tant a ent George Krout Gardener in Phi Adelphia receives $15, Oom Pelle it i to open the Safe. Doc str. I after they had helped themselves the it made their Western baseball association. Chicago nov. 13�?at v meeting the Western baseball association at the Tremont House tuesday the circuit Lor the coming year waa formed with Lincoln neb., Dubuque i., and Denver col., out. The Aew circuit la Rock lord Peoro a and Quincy i1l Cedar Kalida Dea Monea and Sioux City in. St. Joseph Mon a and Omaha neb. Will Closa wit tie year. Atlanta a nov. 13.�?the exposition directory announce that the Gates will close december 3l and under to consideration will the Tima be extended. Kinise by Bandars. Florence col nov. Ill a. A. Pea icy the Denver a Bio Orande Reil Vray water eerie a Wae hot and tac Toat by killed pikes Peak Avenue Santur Day night a be wee Pees Fng the residence s. Siege. The theory Tot at he intercepted burglar thers and wee shot Down off them a they escaped. He to Avn a Quot a j Goto f0jarepa new York Noe. 18.�?w. H. Cros Man a brother will atop in Gold to Burpo am the Eta Madkiff Fito a a aah in to Day. The Gold a bean Oija die Suzui via Ivy a their right to Issue and Supply the people with the currency the country a proposition which if put Lute Force the Industrial masses into absolute slavery to the Money lending classes and will enable the associated Banks to contract the currency at will reduce prices stagnate business turn labor into the streets foreclose mortgages and confiscate collateral until the liberties the Needls Are gone forever and labor so reduced to circumstances that organization agitation and readjustment will be renamed impossible. This is no Idle dream and no stretch imagination. A after carefully reviewing the wreck and ruin wrought by the Money Power and the designs the sound Money clubs which propose Bonds and Gatling guns for a solution the labor question,1 issued a Boycott the notes National Banks and u i were to die to Morrow i would declare it the most righteous act my life. It exposed the unsound Money the sound Money advocates threw plutocracy the defensive and forced the National Banks into a humiliating confession their preposterous act. Of bad Faith with the. Peo pie. And now i urge this general Assembly to endorse that Boycott and give it every possible Force official Sanction. The conflict Between the working people and the Idle Holder Idle capital is editable. The wealth the Many the few with increasing ratio. A cd Abor la Drifting towards serfdom faster than Ever a. Distant. The turkish government authorities have promised the armenian who Are in Possession the Barracks at Zeitoun that they will not be molested and will be allowed to return to their Homes in safety upon condition that they surrender the turkish Arm ammunition and prisoner to their hands. It a reported that further change in the ministry Are impending. Britons win. Oarsmen America Defeated at Austin Tex. Austin Tex., nov. 9.�?an immense crowd witnessed the final contest Between the american and English oarsmen in the great regatta thursday and they saw the Tail Feather the american Eagle plucked. The first event was the single Scull three Miles one turn Between j. Gain Gaur and Kog ers americans and Bubear and Haines English for the worlds championship Kichard k. Foxes Chai Cage cup and $1,000. The race was won by Gaudaur in 21 minutes. Gaudaur a time Over the same course last year was 20 49. The second race was the greatest four cared contest probably Ever witnessed in America. It was a close and Beautiful aquatic contest showing the result careful scientific training and breaking the world record. The oarsmen were English Bubear Barry Haines and Wingate. Americans a Teemer Rogers c. Gaudaur and j. Gaudaur. Admiral Shufeldt do cd. Washington nov. 8.�?rear Admiral Robert w. Shufeldt retired died at his residence in this City at 10 30 clock thursday morning after a Long illness following an attack the grip and an Accident while driving about a year ago. He was appointed a midshipman from new York in May 1839, became rear Admiral to May 1883, and retired in lt>34. He he a most notable record having opened Corea to the world by treaty surveyed the Tehuantepec canal route and played an important part in the civil War. The City and notified the recorder. Officers proceeded at once to the scene the crime and removed the bodies to the City. They were identified As those the woman and child who old gone Riding with Kuntz. The news the murders a known All Over the City Early wednesday morning and the sequel came at 6 clock. The proprietor the hotel knocked at Kuntzm a room and asked him where Hia family was. Kuntz replied that he had taken them to Aztec where they had taken the limited train for Mexico. A i think you a get mistaken a said the proprietor a a your family is not in Kuntz shut the door and drawing a revolver hot himself through the heart. On i person was found a Cigar Case containing Over $1,600 in Bank bids. On the Cigar Case was stamped Sam Kuntz. It is believed his brother lives in fort Worth and he waa at once notified the tragedy. The wounds the child s body and the position in which it was found indicated that she died a lingering death. She was Cut slightly the left knee As though she had fallen a Sharp Stone and the left Side her head waa Cut As though by a glancing blow a club. There was another wound the top her head but death had come from a knife wound to the neck Severini in the jugular veto and carotid artery. The body was found its Back the Little arms raised As though to Ward off the murderous blow. Mrs. Menn who was rather Stout and about 40 years old was shot in the breast and probably struck a crushing blow the head breaking the Skull. The fiend in Jack the Ripper style then used his knife stabbing his victim once the front Side the shoulder the blow ranging downward once to the Center the left breast twice in the stomach once in the Abdomen and once in the right Side Between the sixth and seventh ribs. The Kiodo stained murderer then probably killed the child with his dripping knife to make sure there would be no living witness Hia deed. Kuntz spent most his time while Here in Saloon and no doubt meditated the deed. In the murdered woman s trunk waa found a marriage License bearing the names Catherine Menn and Theodore Menn. Kuntz was once chief Engineer Heimz a brewery Kansas City. A dispatch from fort Worth says that m. A. Herold a resident that City i Orthe a nor . General a own an attack the pipe nday a murdere4 woman. Herold government Money not under their a f n conference. It is generally Accident while driving about a year a being notified the tragedy told Solute supervision and control and insisted however that the end i not far Hwa appointed a midshipman from Story which discloses a Romance. He in their right to Issue and Supply the peo agreed however t Van York in Mav. 1839, became rear and. Ii a intimate son a Ger five perished. Oyster Atlantic the National Grange patrons husbandry opened it 29th annual session in Worcester Mam. _ the main building the Randolph paper Box factory to Richmond \ a totally destroyed by fire the loan being $150,000. At the National aaa Embly Knight labor in Washington grand master Sovereign declared the order to be to a flourishing condition. The Steamboat Jae w. Boyle foundered off Rockaway Inlet near new York and the five Persona Board were drowned. The Marinette Iron work at West do Joth minn., went into the hands a receiver with liabilities $300,000. The official return the election in new Jersey Tor governor show a total vote 163,503 for Griggs rep and 135,185 Tor mag Fol a awaking. Griggs plurality 28,340. A provision was passed by the Onset j dispatch Iron constantinople say Tut ional convention at cd it Lumua b. Skrl a a be armenian Christian to making an office ineligible for further office who is a party to a Lynch train the Chicago Burlington a Quincy Road went Troy Galesburg a Al to Mandola 0 mile in 60 minute. T he doors the Fannery and Merchante Hook url Chaville 0�?z Lii tii Tiee $50,006. Near Ora Bay. Wis. Edwin Berin and to Wile were killed by the can. Ravages to Chat Virginia 111., nov. 14.-Farmers to the Southern half Cass county a e lost nearly 000 hogs by cholera. The disease which is abating is unusually fatal taking whole Tiro ves. A paper to factory Burn. Richmond a. Nov. A to build id the Randolph paper Box fac tory was totally destroyed by re wednesday night throwing 5w girl temporarily out employment. Ibe building Cost $77.000. And cont med machinery valued at $7�,000, in addition to the Stock. Loss $150.000 insurance i87jooo. T old Minuter pee Awny. Boston nov. 14.�?rev. Thomas tred Well Stone d. D., the oldest Nate Bowdoin College and one the pm eat minister to the country is dead at the age 95. Boat cd pm a get the her Crew Loeft. New York nov. 14.�?five lives were lost wednesday morning by the capsizing the steam Oyster boat James w. Boyle near Rockaway Inlet. The disaster was witnessed by capt. Deakin the tug Mutual. Capt. Deakin say a huge sea struck the ill fated Craft. It lifted off the Pilot House and upper deck and heeled the vessel Over. Ijes a she righted another Comber dashed itself Over the luckless Craft and she disappeared from View. Only the top the Pilot House was left to Mark the spot where she went Down. Capt. Deakin brought his tug and Tow four shows around and headed for the scene but upon reaching it could find no signs the Crew. All had gone Down with the Boyle in seven fathoms water. Rebel Advent checked. Washington nov. 11.�?the Spanish minister has received an unofficial dispatch from Cuba confirming the report an engagement Between the. Inc to a a a. Quot government Force and the insurgent. By jealousy followed her thirty me insurgents were left the Kuntz s Assn Pniny so a Uii i 1, Dau Arhl Lam a it a Story which discloses a Romance. 1 a says he is the illegitimate son a German Noble. He took his father name. His Mother came to this country. He when a Man followed in search her. They met to St. Louis she recognizing him by a Mark his ear. She in her later life was not More Chaste than in her earlier Days and he says the name the suicide is William Kuntz who was her Lover Here. When she left a he went to Dallas thence to Houston and Ahe took with her $2,200. Kuntz a red i her. Schilder assumed names. Field indicating a heavy loss to killed the child was the daughter mrs. And wounded. The dispatch adds that Menns step daughter. The worn the engagement had an important Ough 50, look barely 30, a though Mora effect to assuring that the insure tout Rutih showed remains great Bru a rents would not be Able to Cross the Nette Beauty. A__4ka District. River and enter the Matanzas District. To arty one children born. San Antonio,Tex.,nov.i3.�? from Granada West indies dated no vember 10, says a school building Here in which 150 children were present caught fire and before anything could be done the whole building a ablaze and to spite the heroic efforts Tow Leopie the building was destroyed. Thirty one charred bodies including the teacher have so far been taken out. Tae fire i believed to be incendiary one that All the armenian Christian teach Era a the treat Monde and Erae Roum d Istria to had been killed by Turk. At Bristow ind. Judd Linden Thomas Ubhi and Frank Orr were suffocated by foul in a Well. In a address before the Georgia Kalat Iiri a speaker crap declared him-1# a a Equi vocally to Tow the free unlimited and Independent coinage ill Var at the Otto 0< Szaor a in 1-4------ Washington nov. 14��?the Burea in it statement Domestic Export says that during the ten months ended october 36. 1895, the amount exports bread stuff Cotton oils and provisions was $299,812,916, which is a Losa As compared with tie same period in 1894, $25,705,698. Aff a a Wpm a marry Oshkosh via nov. 14.�?justice Aarau was called tuesday evening to marry Fred Groa aged 75 years Ana . Catherine Thomaa aged 67, both Washara county. They had known trains collide. Crashes Lato the other and two live Are lot Wheeling w. Vs., nov. 14.-Charlea is nest conductor the first Section a North bound freight the Cleveland Lorrain amp Wheeling Raviv a and Lii flagman John a via were instantly killed at Warwick at 3 clock wednesday morning. The first Section was lying the main track waiting for orders when the second Section crashed into the caboose where Ernesr and Davis were asleep killing them instantly and mangling their bodies to a terrible manner. Holmes mde a hew trial. Philadelphia nov. 14.�?formal application for a new trial Tor Harman w. Mudgett alias h. H. Holmes recently convicted the Mitote Benjamin f Putz i Haa been filed in the Quarter court. The document was presented by lawyers Samuel p. Roten Oad William a. Shoemaker and the court will hear argument monday next. V Vozo in Harrisburg a. Nov. vote Iff Thi mate in the Farent ejection gives Haywood rep for Attar user a fill Ftp my 9� 1 Tho crops. Washington nov. 12. A the november returns the department agriculture make the Corn crop the largest to volume record with the rate yield however somewhat Lee than that indicated by the returns for october being 26.2 bushels per acre. This must be regarded As preliminary and not a final estimate the yield. The average yield buckwheat in 20. Bushels against 16.1 last year the average yield potatoes is 100.7 Bushel per acre tobacco 473 Pound and Hay l06 tons. The crop apples is reported a 71.1 per cent a full crop. Prominent Okhwa Ltd a a Columbus 0�?z nov. 9. Robert Sherard Steubenville a prominent capitalist and Long prominently identified with the Republican organization in Ohio died Friday morning aged 73. He waa a member the state Senate from 188 to 1884, and a a a Arriano elector in the last presidential election Tolar the a Asher i ashes. Veedersburg ind nov. 12.�?Many thousands dollars Worth valuable Limber wee burned in the county last week. Beey flex caused by dry Wurther. It la a up posed the area were set by Hunters. Buys big hotels. Albert Geiser pore Hie third hostelry within a few Days. Boston nov. 14.�?the Plaza one the largest apartment hotels to the City and formerly known As hotel grandee was sold at auction wednesday for $370,000, Albert Geiger this City being the purchaser. This is the third big hotel purchased by . Geiger within a few Days the Maplewood to Bethlehem n. A for $300,000, and the san Marco to St. Augustine fla., for $200,-000, being the others recently acquired. The National Grange. Of husbandry annual session at Worcester mass., nor. 14.�?the National Grange patrons husbandry opened its 29th annual session in horticultural Hall in this City wednesday. There were in attendance the regular officers the organisation and dele2 Gatea from 26 states answered to the Roll Call. The morning proceedings were in the sixth degree Aad were Irene in formal. The annual Addrena Mae Ter j. H. Brigham a delivered in the afternoon.17. By fall As sue. Newark o., nov. 14.�?by the tailing the Walla the new Baity Glass works now in proceed Vonehr Letioa in this City wednesday afternoon Samuel Cooper was burled in tha debris and instantly killed. Albert roes and Wil Iiara Brookins this City a Tare seriously injured and themes Hastings and Addison Siddona Mansfield were slightly injured. _ a. Sub. Mamm. Wilt Galena he nor. 14.-Jmes Roberta was killed to the Linden Niton which he wee part owner by Tati Taff Down a Ati Toga to

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