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VOLTLMIS XXXV FIT, NO. lol).
KANSAS CITY. NOYKMUKU rt, 180.5.
OUR SPECIAL LINES
ARE THE BEST VALUES IN FINE
CLOTHINC EVER GIVEN IN
BROWNING, KING & GO.
HOI and 1103 Main
NINETEEN DEAD OR MISSING.
THAT IS THE Itr.COKD OF Till". CT.EVK-
lam) i:li:cticic car lioiticon.
Fifteen Bodies Recovered anil Identified
Little More Can Ho Done Until the Cnr
Is It Used Scenes In thn Mclcilty
of tho 'Jerrlblo Din inter.
Jnmes McLaughlin, ball player, 77 Trow
Henry W. Mccklcnberg, tailor, ES Mary
Hdvvard Hoffman, conductor, 111 East Und
Mrs. John A. Saurnhelmer, 7G Professor
Miss Bessie Davis, school teacher, 107
Harry V, Foster, clerk, 51 Mentor ave
nue. Mil. Minnie C. Brown, 10 Thurman street.
Curt Lcphne, Ci! Jennings avenue.
Mrs. A IV. Hoffman, .!0 years old, loOS
Harvey Hoffman, 7 years old, 1E0S Pearl
Mrs. Martha Palmer, IGj Kcnllworth ave
nue. Marie Mltchcn, II years old, domestic,Bell
Augusta Snrlnskl, 207 Central avenue.
Gertie Hoffman, 4'!: years old, 1303 Pearl
I.otils F. Iluletz, mall carrier, 33 Brevier
Miss Marchta S.iurnhelmor, 131 Merchants
Looney, 9 years old, 3714 Clinton
li. C. Page, residence unknown.
Matthew Callahan, Hamilton street.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 17. The peoplo of
this city stood appalled to-day when they
realized the full horror of the terrible ac
cident which occurred last evening' on the
big Centul viaduct. It was tho worst ac
cident that had ever happened In this city,
and tho story of how tho motor car loaded
-nlth men, women and children had plunged
through tho open draw, straight down a
hundred feet, Into the river, w.is told over
find over again.
Thousands of people remained by the
rler bank all last night, and thousands
more were there early this morning. Great
crowds are htlll standing on tho bridge
above the wrecked car and about the place
where the wreckage Is burled In the liver,
rageily discussing every detail of tho acci
dent. The first reports of the disaster have been
ei ltled In every particular, with thn pos
sible exception of the number of victims,
which Is a. trllle smaller than was at llrst
The work of rescuing the bodlC3 of the
llctlms 1ms gone on steadily since 8 o'clock
, last evening, and It Is now believed that
nothing more can bo done until the last bit
of tho wreckage of the car has been re
moved from the river.
Tho scenes about the river lite last night
while tile work of rescue was being piose
ciiuil were pathetic in the eticme. The
thousands or people who had assembled
waited with bated bream ror the discovery
of bodies. It was a sad ciowd, and out of
lespect for the unfortunate dead, rry
nine noise w.is maue. uccaston.uiy tne
wild bcrcam of sumo frantic woman, who
believed someone dear to her was among
thu unfoitunatii one-., would echo over the
lints, only to be taken up (it a distance
by wine other woman whose heart was
bieaking over her loss.
It was almost Impossible to work with
nnv system. The crowd pushed Itself as
near the scene as possible and the elTorts
of a large fotoe of pollco to maintain order
were almost In lain. It was with great
dllllculty that a body, when recovered,
was taken to one of tho dead wagons.
Pour bodies weio found almost fit the same
time. They vvoro placed on stretchers, and
the solemn march to tho ambulance start
ed. As tho bodies were passed from the
llreboat to the willing hands on shoie uu
nisi was made nnd tho bodies passed
along. L'vciy few feet some woman would
step out from the crowd, peer into the faio
of a body as It passed. "It Is not he,
thank God," she would say. And so thu
tail procession moved on.
Ah the body of a young boy was taken
from the llreboat an old lady nearly fell
Into tho river In her anxiety to see thu face
of tho dead boy, Bhc- would not bo put
back, Him tluovv herself on the body,
looked into the face and cried, "Thank
God!" Fulling upon ber knees she ralsel
lier voice to heaven and prayed as only a.
mother could under the circumstances.
Picsslng close around her were uny where
fiom 1.W0 to E.OuO people. Those who saw
her raised their hats und not a. few Joined
lier In prayer.
At another spot two men were trying to
hold an almost distracted woman, hhe
believed her husband was on the Ill-fated
tar and was utmost Insano with grief.
All tho time the search was going on
cms Kept running over the laduet. Both
rails from tho west to the cast approach
of the bridge were blocked with people,
In the. center of the bildgo men, women
und children went .this way and thut
way, bcteamtng, Jostling each other, wom
en tearing their hair and ca ling upon God
to save their dear ones. Women fainted
und were trampled upon by tho mad, lush
ing and Insuiio crowd. It vvus Impossible
to keep any kind of order and tho effort
was Dually abandoned.
Tho number of victims was increased to
ilfleen to-day by the discovery of two more
lolles In the river. All of the dead have
been Identllled, but four persons who were
bupiosei to have been on the Ill-fated car
""'A '.! I,. of til r. linrra n frt Htlll IlllhS.
Ing and there seems' to be no doubt that
tie r bodlts will be tuken from the bottom
if the river when the heavy Iron tiucks
of the wieeked motor are raised.
One of the bodies found to-day was that
of little Gertie l.otfman. aged Hi years,
who "us going home n omjh sure ivhere
her father was employ .oTynh her mother
and brother. The child's body was found
ul,1B dBu ust the bank of the river, some
lliuiicS below the tceue of the, ace dent,
and was Identllled soon ufter being tuken
QThe other body found to-day was that of
Louis Hutetz, a mall cairler. aged &i. who
lived with hli wife at 3S Brevier street.
Hit head wis split open from the forehead
down to the ch ii and there i no doubt he
was "lied before the car settled iuto the
water, - ,. ,,-, ,,. ii..ih nertle
Hoffman filled the cup of sorrow for A. .
lioiTman. u. grocery a esman. Uvlutf at
IMS Peart street. She wua the last member
of his f anilly. "Is " and so"- rvey,
fhe latter aged 7. wero taken from- the rlv
!r list night. The little girl's body waa
fSundlodifed against the bank of the rlv,
i? Her little handij were rilled with splint
i!i from tho wiecj, x car und her baby
tre"?. irtii brVivJid. When Hoffman
lAffmun filled the cun of sorrow for. A. W,
iesiiied what had happened to him he be
realej wui uj " iuahin to tho
Clothing in the World.
and II Eleventh St.
himself, but was rescued by friends, who
took him away nnd tried to comfort him.
Tlii coroner -villi begin an lnvstlgatlon of
the nccldent to-morrow.
Tho peoplo on the South side, where the
most of tho victims lived, sum-red tho
greatest shock. This morning the regul-ir
services at Pilgrim Congregational church,
the laige-st In this section of tho clty.weio
abandoned and tho sermon nnd remarks
of the pistor weio devoted to tho calamity.
In the afternoon a hugely attended meet,
ing of citizens vva held at the ame
church, at which resolutions were adopted
expressing sjtnpithy with the families of
the victims and calling upon thu city coun
cil to take Immediate steps to guard
against accidents on all the city bridges.
THE M010K.1IA'N hlOKV.
Can Not Uiitlcrilniul Mir Cnue for th Ac
rtilnnt Held for thn Inquiry.
Cleveland, Nov. 17. August Kogem, the
motorman, Is still detained at the Central
station, though ho Is now held only as u
witness before the coroner. He talked
about the accident to-day.
"It was my second trip," he began. "Just
after leaving the market house I looked
Into the car and from what I can remem
ber thero were about twenty or twenty
live passengers. They were mostly women
and children, I think.
"When my motor reached the switch at
the approach of the draw In the 1 1nduct,
I shut off my current and applied the
biakc. 'I he car camp to a full stop and
the- conductor ran ahead and threw the
switch. He motioned mo ahead with a
wave of his arm. 1 put my lever at tho
llrst notch, and as I passed tho conductor,
who alwajs btands at the switch lever un
til the cur has passed, was running at the
rate of probably four miles an hour. I
looked back as I always do, nnd saw him
get on the rear platform. Looking ahead, I
thought I saw the gates at tho draw
closed over tho track, but as my lights
were burning nnd I had current, the
thought occurred to me that my eyes must
hart been at fault.
"I was Just In tho act of giving, nnd pos
sibly gave, the lever a slight push forward,
when I was startled by the gates Just in
front of me and I heard some one yell,
'Jump!' I don't know whether I reversed
tho current or not, for I realized the dnn
ger nnd Jumped from the vestibule. As I
leaped I thought I would plungo headlong
down and Into the river, but as the car
struck the gate I fell on It and caught the
Iron frame and saved mjself. The car
went down with .in awful en"h, but I
never heard a murmur ot anything that -bembled
a s-cream." .... ,
Hole Kogers burled his face In his hands
and cried, "My God, It's nn awful thing!"
Ills wife, who stood by his side, consoled
him by saying: "Ceitalnly It was no fault
"Nn," 'he leplled: "but think ot It oh,
my God'-Just think of It!"
ltogers then burled his hend deeper In
his hands and began to t-ob. moaning:
"My God! My God! It's too bad too had
When he had recovered himself bome
w hat, Itogoih continued ,
"When l was fieed fiom the Iron gate I
scaicely knew whnt to do. I was da?ed.
I llnally concluded to run back to tho mar
ket bouse and tell the police. I did this
and then ran back to the scene of the ac
cident I hurried down the embankment
nnd began to pull bodies out fiomtho
wreck. I worked there fully- an hour.
mu be an hour and n halt: then I grow
sick nnd went home."
"When ou tlist saw the gates of tho
draw were jour lights burning, and did
- nt tint it nrt tt '"
"I did have em rent and mv lights were
binning That Is the reason why I thought
Sr n.. . lancer. When the di.ivv Is op. n tho
he case before when the gates have , ueci
closed, ns the swinging ot the bildgo cut
off the curient, and of couise when this i'
clone me imiun b" . ... (rnntrn
"How di ou account for the strango
fiV"I '"cannot account for It, but I swenr
that I "w.w I hnvo never had tin ncri
dent of any kind until this one, und I be
llevo this iv III kill me."
TOO MANY BAPTIZED.
midge, tioe Down at n I ultnn, Mo llup-
tUliig, Propping .linn) Int" lb"
Itlver .V Om llrwiib
Fulton, Mo, Nov. 1T.-Much excitement
was caused this afternoon by tho falling
"I..?" "'".... .. ' ,l,le was eiuwded
iieonle both black und white. Without
unj- vvainlug whatever, n llfty foot span
went down with a fearful crash, pieMi;
ltutliig the crowd of men. women and clill
ll."i into the water from a height pf llfteen
feet. The people fell In heaps In water
four or live f e. t deep, a luige nuiubui
were more or less Injured, but no one was
The' accident threw a damper over the
baptismal proceedings for a short time,
but they were llnally resumed,
1VAM' l'Ol.UIC. HAItllED,
Chicago AMouibly Will Work to That I'u.l
III the ledvrutluii of l.ulior,
Chicago, Nov, 17. Whnt Is expected to
be the hardfbt fight that will occupy the
time of the coming meeting of the 1-tilora.
Hon of Labor vvus started ut the meeting:
of the Labor und Tiudc Bar Assembly,
when It went on i.coid us being opposed to
the futuio discussion ot polities In the
trades assemblies und Instructed its dele
Ir.,... t,t .I,,, enmlmr conventions to W'OlK
ugnliist all political mensuieH that might
bo brought Into the convention. It was In
Phleago thut the famous socialistic "plunk
lu" had Its origin: It is said to have been
Chicago that tent the delegation to Den
ver which pructlea!l killed that nieusure;
and now the Tiadcs and laibor Assembly
wants to Ude In thu front cun late, ut the
funeral of political discussion In the halls
of bona tide trades union organizations.
To Defend ilu Alleged flllbinlerlng -Ship.
Washington, Nov, 17.-Kx-Unlted States
Senator Kppo. Hunton and Mr. C. L. Ciei-oy
huvo been retulned by the owners of the
steamship Luuruda. us their attoines in
Wabhliigtoii. Tho Laurada w.is seized on
Saturduy last by the collector of customs
ut Charleston, S. C, on compltilnt by the
Spanish minister lo Secretary Carlisle that
she had violated tho neuttallty laws In
carrying Generul C'espedes with a force
of men and urms and ammunition to Cubu,
Holler Fplolou Kills Two.
Yanceburg, Ky Nov. 17. Twenty miles
south of here, nar the head of Grussey
river, a, large boiler at the mill of George
W Stamper, Jr., exploded, killing1 two men
Instuntly and seriously Injuring several
others. Cecil Kldwell, the engineer, was
killed, John Hdwln received futul Injuries
und six perbons. whoso names ure not
linmlfll Wan. lllLrilV MCaldd. Tild mill VSA
lltrhtH Usual ' K(J iui, uiu t " .." -"is
, .i t " time of the accident, as I can
sweir As 1 told J on, I was suiprl-eil
when I taw the gates and knew I hud both
J...i .'L ,i ....V.eiit. which has never been
H'lfn' ,r& twd'had ga h
e.cdr,teV 'Ivltness the baptism of a number
MI'.UISt'.TAItY MIMlin.N'4 ItBPOItT
tiii: i.Asr rise ai. i:aii.
IEATS GET MUCH ATTENTION.
.11011 1: mi:at iNspiicrr.ti at m:ss cost
iiian 1:1 1:1c ntiroiti:.
Onr tttlrjr Prodii. Is In I'nor tlnndlng in
l.iiri. llrrnrin In I rop Itepntllng
Suggested lltll service. Inten
sion lie. ninmendcd Inlrlll"
gtnt Punning Pity-..
Washington, Nov. 17. Thn report of tho
secretary ot ngrlculturo begins with n. re
view of tho work of the bureau Of nnlmal
industry The lotnl number ot animals
inspcetett at the sliughter houes was con
siderably over is,l"0,ri, nn lncreie ot more
than r.,5u0.t over the previous etr, Dur
ing tho e-ar tmte-mortem Inspection mm
alo niade of u,V,M nnlmnls. The cost
ot Inspection w.is reduced to l.l cents per
animal, in ISM Inspection cost 'i "
per inilninl and In l1t It cost l?i cents.
Over 1,SGO,000 cattle nnd shwp were lnsiect
ed for foreign nnrkets, ot which C73,CX)
were shipped abroad.
Over 13.CW.0OJ pounds of pork was In
apcctcil mIerucoplc-illy and evported, as
against 3'.,OW,W0 In 1S0I nnd M.OCW.O") pounds
In 1SJ3. Ot tho ninount exportenl last year,
nearly :.1,C'0,000 pounds went to Germany
and over 9,W0,00O pounds to France. This
Inspection Involved the placing ot over
l.MiO.O") specimens under tho microscope.
The tost of each examination was less than
5 cents, or for each pound ot meat J mills,
a considerable reduction over any previous
5 l'!oses of caitle in transit to Huropo were
greater than In lS'JI. bdng, lespoctlvely, for
1!9. and 1S91. 0 0 and 0.37 per cent.
Over 30.000 cira cairjlng over t.:0&W ani
mals were Inspected for Texas f;ver at
minrantlno pens during tho iiiarantlne sea
son; ne-irly 9.000 carloads of cattle being
Inspected nli In transit, and over S.(X)0
cais weio cleaned and disinfected. Besides,
over IG'1,000 cattle from the non-infected
districts ot Mexico were Inspected for
shipment to Northern states The "retail-
urges their Importation free of duty
as advantageous to feeders, having a sur
plus of feed and to the consumers, who out
number the pioduceis.
Amcrtiun Meats In Europe.
Much pace Is devoted to discussing tho
oppoitunltles for American meut products
In foreign markets. Of .'.11,000 tons of meat
lecelved at the London contial maikct In
1S9I, 71.K") tons were American, while near
ly D0,0u0 tons enme fiom Austrulia. 1 no
American iiroportlon has not been main
tained during IbM.
In the imports ot live cattle to Great
Britain the United States and C5nnn.li
had a practical monopoly until the Inst two
years. Since 1S9.1 Argentlna't, Khlpments
hiivo greatly increased, dining the Hist
eight months of the jear the shipments
amounted to over 23 0uO ncad. Although
the meat of the South American cattle Is
not as -salable is the American, the btisl-
. nM.iia, n.wi tiknK- to Increase.
American cattl.i sell, though slaughtered
soon after landing, at pi Ices equal to the
average paid for British carcasses.
The export oi American uui-cs ".
Britain has Increased steadily, having
more than doubled since 1S.91, amounting in
tho Hr-st eight months of Ii0'. to 2J.7... h. ad,
valued at nearly $3,000,000. American geld
ings averaged this year In the L.ngllh
market $153. A rigid Inspection ot horses
for export will be undertaken. , . ,
The foreign ti.ulo In d ilry products Is
caiefullj levlevved. In cheese the t ntted
States, while a large shipper to British
maikets. holds the conspicuously untlat
terlng place In the eUteme rear as to
quality and price, nnd ns the only ono of
the competltois for this trade whose busi
ness shows a serious falling oil.
In butter, the L'nited States Is out of the
ruie, suppljing less than I per cent ot
the Biltish demand for foreign butters,
iiotvv1th-t Hiding the fact that Great Bilt
aln lmpoitcd in eight months $lC,0ii,000
worth of butter, ltefenlng to our standing
lu the foictgn dairy market, the secre
tary vv-.ini"? Jhlppei-s ot the con--equ(-nce
of their methods, adding: "e h.ue here
a graphic lllustiatton of the disastrous ef
fe ts In nil trade of dlsiegardlng tho tastes
of consumers and ot acquit Ing a bad rep
utation." Iti.f.irin In rrop Itepnrtliig.
Tho secretary s-iys tho croii reiwrttng
vwrk 1s the subjei t ot constant ciltieism
As at lin-iHit organized, it urn haidly fall
to bo otherwise, though morn satisfactory
at piesciit than at an previous timet
The sucret.uy thinks tho duty of repott
ing the ncie.i,'e of Maple crops In caen
slate on June 1 ot ea. h sear might be Ini
posed upon the nuthorltles of the ngiliul
tural rxiliegcs und stations. In considera
tion of the nnniKil npproilatlons they re
ceive from the national tre.iMU-j. such
iieiuagi. being given and the chaimter of
..... :?..i i ,.v, .r win, tim el in.i He- condi
tions published' dully b Urn weuthor bu
itau. iippiuvlmntliins ns to tho vleld or
ctteh cil .OHM prooauiy n eouiput-u .vim
moio accuracy than under tho present
"ot"t'ho savings In the department, he
sasrt the tolal uiiioiint iemnlning jinoxpend-
ell oil! ui lie- "el"'"!""--:" ,, o,.-. ,v., .T,.,ti
1VI1, 1S9I find IWi iiggieguKH l,o(W,iJ)n.l.ul
able for return Into the treasury.
He commends the- ixensoi. of th civil
...l oui.pt in'.ai'i""!''"'-" """,,:-. -,,-
Bet V let", Wllicil nun on urn. j. ...... ..
of division III the dep.u tmellt. lie legurds
i extension of the law to Includ.. n mm
ihilllienl olllivn ns PbHenlUl to ellli lent sei
vleo, lecomui.ndx i-adhal reorgunl.:.itlon In
tho matter or ml.iries- to conform govern
ment eeivlcn to that of leputiible commir
lal establishments throughout the conn
i" nnd co iidemnH the spoils system ns ono
by vvlloh "favoritism," Injustliu Hud de
nude co ujHin political lnlluence saturate
ill.. sVjvIco with mediocrity. Iiidoknco and
',The1Vi'io'lt closes with n discussion of
the quest on of the futuro of farms nnd
firming In tho I'nlt.d Suites. The average
villi of fauns by tho census of 1S90 wis
".l. The initio of Implements, domestic
aiii'muls and suudrlea will make a tntul
Mi lu'uons. Those farniH h.iye fed the
farmers and their ramuu-s aim ;'""'""
u bin lesidents, besides hiipnljlng lm,-
uu) worth of proiiueiH io luieigu ciiii-mi-ip.
In th! Pieseneo ot these faots the secre
lari" nsl's: "How can nnjonn dare assert
hut funning lx generally imremiuieratlve
und uniatisfnctoiT lo those, who luudllgent-
1T?nllnimttg.igo on farm, values does not
oxce'ed W per cent a less- Incuiubrnnce
on capital invested than In any other line
"ll'o'ioreteils confidently a steady Increase
in the value, of farm lands as the popula.
lion of tho country Incrc-uses,
IO l'llsl! ItN.AS miTTEIt.
The Creameryinen of ICunvit Organise for
lln-lr Coniiiuin Good.
Herlngton, Kas Nov. 17,-(Speclal.) An
organUatlon of the lending cieamcry men
ot CVntral ICunsus was formed here, culled
the Kunsab Cieamery Supply Company, It
ivin untie all the ceamerles of the fctato
In an effort to make a greater market for
Kansas butter In the Hast and South. J.
11 Nissley, ex-presldent of tho State Dairy
Association, will be manager and open an
otllco at Kansas City, from which butter
will bo bhlpped In curload lots to nl
Southern states as well us to t'h Icugo and
the Hast. Tho creumerles of this county
pay ta,iK a month to the fuimers and
tho uroduet ts Increasing so rapidly that
It is dllllcult to llnd a market. This move
meut promises lo vastly increase the lm.
ortunco ot the Industry. J. K. rorney, of
Abilene, is piesldent; H. M. Brandt, of
Liivrrenro Studeuts Wed hecrotly.
T.nwrence. Kns.. Nov. 17. (Special.) The
news of the wedding of two i popular Kan
sas university students, which has been
kept a seciet for spine time past, has
Just become know n. On September SS. i 111
lum T. Perry, of Belleville, was united In
marriage In Mls Palsy t'luk. nf Mlnne
npolls The vveildlng t"k pirn e In this
ftv whlli Ixvlli were nil. n ling Kntis i
nniverslly Iloth nro v.iv p.tpul ir In
1 1. 1) .ir.les nnd the wi I llm- was n gtcal
surprise' to their ninny fit. ml
,T. (I, lliilclilnsiin, .if llnip.irln, n 1'iitnll.lnlP
fur Drill. mi's I'luie-A I Ighl mi Wilt."
nn lint lltbir l'lniis,
Topeki, Ifn., Nov. t ISppelnt ) The
first candidate lo be announced for one
nf the appellate court Judgeships which urn
lo lie tilled nt next full's cli lion Is. J. G
Hutchinson, of Hmporli, who Is named
ns nn nsplnitil for tho lti puhlli nil noinlna
tl.m In the Conltnl illvlnlnn of the Smith.
ri 11 depaitmetil. A. W. Dinls.iu. a I'opll.
list, ts the present Incumbent of the pin. p.
It Is understood by their frb lidH that
both Judge Johnson nnd Judge (,'olp, nf the
Southern d p.u tmellt. will be iiiiiilldiilis
for le-ili'cllon, nnd so tar lime have been
no Itepnbll uu asplrnnts intnlut them.
lit the Northern ilepar'iu.nt Judge Gnr
Ver enu have the Ilepubll, ill nomination
Tor the asking, nnd It Is tin lerstuiiil that
Judge Clark, who Is a Populist, will seek
his partv nomination. It s Mild thai a
light will be sprung nn Judge illlUeson for
the Pemocrntlc nomination in the Western
division. Ills appointment was protested
by UcpresentiUlve Schls'r, llpmocratle
tnember from Hills cotmt. where (Hike
son resides, at the tlmo It was made, and
the trouble between them l not leported
to hnvo been healed. lb Rsrdli . of what
the Demoirats innv do In Hie Weslern ill
vision, the Populists urn determined to run
a cnndldnto ot their own there ns they
have a show of electing him They will
nut fuse on Gllkcon. thev ai for he has
always opposed fusion nnd worked to le-
reai Hie lusiou iicie.-i in "'"-uiu ,uit-..o
no liter than lust full,
SALISBURY IS FOR DELAY.
Mtr i.v i'avoh op ritr.sivo st'ci
Gi;sii:i) iiEroit.ns i auiienia.
Would Imperil the Integrltv nf the Turlc
Isli Empire. 11 bill. Must n I'r. served
The Hnltnn III With n ervniis Dis
order M nssucrait XiinibrrMO.tltitl.
London, Nov. 17. Sir Phillip Currle,
British ambassador to Turkej, who has
been In England during the pist mouth in
consultation with Lord SilMuirj In refer
ence to the troubles with the Turks and
Armenians, will start in tho morning for
Constantinople ill Vienna His Joumej
back to Tin key will be made in as short
a time ns possible, and he will resume his
post ut Constantinople wit limit loss of time
Lord Salisbury, accompanl. 1 In his wire,
went to visit tho queen nt Windsor eistle
last night. It Is evident Import tut decis
ions have been nirlved at r.gudiiir Ei-t-ern
nffnlrs, since to-morrow uuunlng s Post
will publish nn article? evlden 1 inspli.d
bv the foreign olllce. The uitl. le Is under
stood to indicate that the prime minister
has di elded that the Utmost clfoit must be
undo to ntilntuln.the Integrlu of the Tuik
sh empire, nnd, therefoie, efforts must In
the llrst plice. oe dlteolcd to restoring ordei
In the disturbed district!).
Continuing, the urtlcie suvs. -i or tne
moment all thought ot co-remg the suliaii
should be laid aside. He has nlr. i ly given
evidence of u. desiro to Jntioduce n forms
It cinnot be doubted thot h will di fer to
the wishes of the powers s soon as cir
cumstances will permit ibiin to do so. It
Is dllllcult to apportion, the bliuie Justly
between the Turks nnd the Christians, mil
It Is believed on good authority that the
disorders uie partly dye- to the ireliss
oulijr of the saltan, who command, d the
provincial governors not to molest the
Aimcnlnns while they siv ere quiet, or If
they leVoltcMl to exterminate them. This
order has been Intetprr.Jid with much g' n
eroslty by the Turks, wAiU tne Armenians
themselves are blimable to some extint
for fomenting dlsordeis.
"The amb.ussailois of the foreign poiv.rs
In general, and Sir Phillip Curiie- in pirili
ulir, have u quired a iiosltiuti en ibllng
them to give Imiiortnnt Mippurt to the
Tuiklsh guv 11 nin. nt not this eiltie.iol time
Sir Phillip Carrie's Instructions are sueh
as to Justify him In delaying thu execution
of reforms until the authoiltj bv whlih
they nie- to be cm led out has reeov i red
from temporary wiaknes. At tho juesent
moment uny naval demonstiation In the
Tuiklsh waters ot undue pie.suie on the
Turkish government at this ultlcul time
Itntc a ciisls from which Turkey's frb nds
can hope to gain nothing and her urn inle-j.
ever thing "
The nrtkle In the Post concludes with the
AtiKgoMlon thut Sir Phillip Cunie and his
colleagues r member that they uie not
only apostle-, of humanity, but also guu
di ins of jieaee.
Hon. 3 lands Seymour SlevPiion, nmn
ber of parliament, piesldent of the Am-lo-Amerlcui
Asso. I.itlon ais: "'Ihe suP.ui
has lately developed svmptoms of a mono
mania baldly distinguishable fiom In-ui-Ity,
md it Is not unlikely that he will nu et
with tho same fan that oveitook his bioth
er Mui.id, the toi ni. r sultan, and thus
simplify the task of Euiop.'."
A dispatch to the Times fiom Pontinti
nopb. says the sultan give nn uudluue to
the Austilan iimb i-sndor Prldny. The min
isters ineit daily nu I the nntlusradoM al-o
hold a meeting to-ilay, the Austilan .un-
b.i-ssailor presiding ...
X dispatch to the stnndai-tl from Con
htantluople says that Frene ll ollU liil r
iioits Insist the to uie at least jij vletlms
ics n result of the thrm duys' mussueie ut
Blva-s. 'llils seems Incredible. 11 Is note
worthy' that the wave of the Tuiklsh vio
lence is now sweeping westwntd. The Idei
nrevalls thut whin the inhabitants of the
eltoun illstrh t have- b en vvlpotl out the
m.u.acres will temporarily c.'.i'e. b living
for winter and tumlim tho eompleto ex
termination of tho Aimenluns
Order has b. en r "tinul ut Gnriin. a
town of Asia Minor, und olllrl il dlsputi lies
during the lust two diys fi-eni to show
thut the sultan, feu i Ing action by Uie iwvv
ers, has oulercil tho mas-ilieies to bo
" ''Constantinople dispatch to tho Dally
News sayri the Aunenlnn mUMonniles at
Bltllshavt" wired the ihigllsh und Am. il.un
repii-e.ntatlns asking that tho goveinm. nt
pnivlde nn es.-oit to Van for them ami
their families. This lonespondeiit iiiik.H
tho asioundliiR announceiiieiit that fully
fti.OOO Aimenluns huvo been killed during
tho recent massai tes
Tho Vienna correspondent of the lully
Nmvs imnouncesi that the niltun has l.n'ii
bo upset by tho main turn which aftali-i
havo taken that n nervnus fever has set
111, uii.1 that be Is now so sick ho devotes
only two hours dolly to public ijiialr
TUii. young son ot Sultan Abdul lluinlel
id nlwuyn with Mm, ,,,,
Tho Bally News this morning publishes
a long dispatch from New ork whlih do
bcilbes the Indignation und anxiety nvvult
ened In America because of the existing
condition of affairs In tho Turkish empire
nnd beeausu of recent uttacks uimii Amer
ican mlsslonutles. Commenting iiiumi this
ellspntch, tho Bally .News suysi " Hie New
World H nsertliig itsi'lf to redtess the
wrong) und niter the balance of old llio
letluugy of tho powerb in, general, und of
KuVbia In pnrtlcutar is haul to r. nlle,
Mil harder to exn aln. The. present ills
.uituble Turkish1 mlnlstiT Is "by Its veiy
existence a dellnuce to Lurope.
"President Cleveland Is not likely to In
terveuo except for th piliposo of pro
tecting American cltiz'iis In Turke Sir
Philip Currie will do what ho can for tho
Americans there It 1s well, however, that
thu Turks should know ineru is a greai nu
ton beyond the Atlintlo which will not
allow tho blooel of lis tons to bo h.d with
TWO Bill riHEa AT MEIillllAX, MlbS.
MuU uinl Jlllnd I'nitiiry anil u Cotton Com
pievs lluriicd-I.oss S'liJ.OOU.
Meridian. Miss., Nov. U.-KIro last night
destroyed the MerU'lin snsh and blind Lie
toiy. A laige quantUy of lumber mis u so
consuinc'd. About I lie time the above tire
seemed under control. Ill e broke out In
tho Citizens' compress and w alehouse,
which, together with a large quantity of
cotton, was entirely destroyed. Losses
Sash factoiy, S100.000, Insurance, U.iiQ;
compress, warehouse and cotton, JIl.'.oiiO,
fully Insured. Two Hundred and fifty men
are thrown out of employment as a e-on-sequence
of the desuuctlon, of tho bash
and blind fuctuiy.
New Comet IHscofared.
San Jose, Cal . Nov, 17. Professor J. M.
Bohuoborlo telcphonss from Mount Hamil
ton as follows: A blight comot was dis
covered lu constellation Virgo -by Mr, 11,
P. Perrln, ut , Lick observatory, ut C:
this morning. In il"bt Ubcenslon thirteen
hours, forty-four in nutis, north: declina
tion one degree and forty minutes. The
ivnii tx ubaut tho bcvunth maLrnltuiW. as
i rr-- :z. r juij i.riii,rhi ' -
I ! JtLiT" tyaan
iion or Mu iaki: A mkiiio nio.n
ttAII. AMI HAM! HIM.
ONE MILE FROM FREDERICK,
IIAIKIEII 111 I II ASSAI't.llMI Miss 1,11,.
LIE .IONI.S A UMtllAV Mtllll.
MierlfT nnd Drpulles IIhiIp i llinw (if He-
nlstlug the Lynchers Negro Protested
Ills InniH.me unit Begged for
Mercy- .t.ilni.l Hie II.ili In
t the laird's Prujcr.
Preelerlck, Mil, Nov 17 James Goings,
who n n iiltm! .Miss Llllle Jones nt the
home of llinnlltoi) Gelsbett, nenr this rlty,
1 is-t night, was taken from the Jill by it
mob ot 300 men 111 In moinlng find hanged to
a tree- In the Held on the Jefferson turn
pike, one" tulle from the rlty.
A retwrt leached the e itv nlxiiit midnight
that the woman, had dlesl from the culs nnd
be-utlng Indicted by the tugio, nnd this In
tuiluted the men, who hud bun gather
ing In the streets nnd discussing the otit
inge. A mob vvus quickly gotten together
and, Unmasked, but nruied with revolvers,
the men march, d to the J ill. '1 hev had
previously broken Into u machine shop In
the nelghboihood of the Jail nnd proeuied
sledges, crow bare and files. They mule
ut once for the door on the west wing of
tho Jail and began to but tor upon It,
Fully twenty hots vveie Ilrenl fiom the
windows nbove bv Sheriff A. 11 Zimmer
man ami his deputies, but the mob pnbl no
att.nllon to them and went on with Its
woik. The Jill bell was lung to summon
assistance, but none came. In twenty min
utes the large door pellets gave way under
the heavy blows, and the mob buist Into
the coirldor. They quickly overcame utlm
slight resistance the olllcers on the Inside
were able to olTer, nnd round the cell In
which Goings, cowering and crying, was
The lock was opened, the bolt swung
bick and the trembling wietch druggexl out
in his nlgtitclothPs und stocking feet. In
the meantime, the friends of the lyncheis
on the outside hud loweied in ebctilc lamp
ni-.ir the Jail anil cut the rope fiom It,
extinguishing the light. Goings was led
out unilil tho howls of the ciowd, the rope
placed around him, and h" was hurried
down tho io id to his place of doom.
Ho protested bis Innocence ns they
dragged him along, and begged them not
to kill him. He was promptly re-eognled
by a number of men who knew him, and
the mob did not hesitate" In Its work Ar-
1 1 veil .it the tree, tho negio was asked to
conf.ss, but this he would not do. Two
olllceis of the Salvation Anny asked to
l allowed to pray with the man, and their
lequest was giunted The Loril'b prayer
was then re peutcd, ami the negto und most
of the erowil Joined In,
Goings' feet and bunds were then tied
and the rope was driven around his neck
A man el.ed the other end of It, cllinbtel
the tieo and threw the cold over a limb
"let him go," vvus shouted, and quick us
it tiash he vvus Jerked fiom his feet ui.d
hung dangling in the ulr. six feet from tho
giotind. Ono shot mis Hied Into hi-, body,
lend In a te-w minuter, he was ei.-nd.
'I lie moli dining the process of lynch
ing ohseived or ler A membe'r or the mob
made .1 brier speech. In which he said
they were there with the unfortunate
wnteh, not in " spiilt ot miilli e, but to
make an exninpie of him, and teach his
liu-e thut the j must let thu women ot
Ficcltrlck county alone.
The assault foi which Goings suffered
death vv is a ciuel and dastardly one". Miss
Jones has thlitetu .uts and st.il wounds
on In r body where he- h ickeel at 'her with
a. knife and ri7or
The Held In whit h the negro was lynched
! the same spot the negro Bligus was
lynch, d III November. 1S.X7
Alter vv a tilling the body swing In the
air a few minutes the eiowd left it dangl
ing there nnd dispeised.
THE ONTARIO REBELLION.
Illlltbi to llo s,.,,t rriiin Ott-iirii In Assist
In the Colli etlon of 'luxfs rnnn-
ern 1 III It. slnt.
Ottawa, Out, Nov. 17 The Forty-third
Ottawa and Cub ton lilies met at the drill
hull hero last night to draft seventy ot
their number to go to Lowe township, in
Quebec, to assist ill the collection of tuxes
there The lilies will be hi coiup.inlcil bv
twenty men of the Princess Louise Ding on
gtuiil and twenty nun Hum the ottiwi
Field blttery. Theie is gieat . xe itemi nt
ovr tbeli depiiluie, and, as the funnels
of the township s, em dclei mined, the re
sult may be seilnus.
The latest icpm-t from the front Is thnt
the faimeis nie preparing to leeelve ths
militia by Inerea-ing theii own numbct
They are uu t ilklng of burning the bridg. s
so thut the inllltla cannot get back from
thu inllway tu tin" iiiPineniH. i iiinei
Foley, of Fan lion, and Father Illnudlu,
of Low i", will visit the headquarters of the
mnl to-uioriovv and tiy to persuade them
to make a s. ttlemenl
WOULD NOT BE ARRESTED.
A West Mrgluln llesporieito Kills One .Hull,
Wounds 1 wo Others und Pscip.s
May Ilu I.yu. In d.
Win. ling. W Va , Nov 17 A terrlblo
tru gd) occin red this ufteinoon ut Wiley
vllle, W Ued county, twelve miles trom
New Maitlnsvllle-, tho cm nty seat. There
suit Is tho tloiitti of one man, un ollleer
of thu law, who was Instnntly killed. Ill"
futil wounding of uiiuther, seilotis Injury to
u tlilnl, and the escape of thn perpetntor.
list summer John While was uirested
nnd convicted of nibbing Irdght curs ut
Hundred, on the Il.illlmoio .V. Ohio loud.
In August he ej-c.iped trom the county J.ill
111 New Maitlnsvllle Since tint time the
utile crs have bee 11 looking for tho man.
ThI i afternoon County tliustiible Newt
Furhee Inn 11. .1 thut White had bein seen
about Wiley vllle Ho went uftei Ms mall,
but soon found Hint ho hud a touUi cus
tomer. White hud been di inking, and was
The dear girl, says thut Jewelry will
be worn In t,reut profusion tills full
and winter ,
The Elegantes tho exclusive sit lu
Pails -aie setting thn pace and en
hancing the effect of their dresses and
mantles with spinkllng und urtlstlu
Our American queens will, ot course,
follow suit, and we are happy to stato
that wo uie prepau-d to place before
A Host Brilliant Exhibit of
Rich, Artistic and Newest Fashions.
Holiday Goods In profusion. Prices
always reasonable. Jacard's guarantee
ot quality with uveiy sale.
1031 MUX bt.
itm KnnmrtA YlsUlmi Canii.from vlp't.onluoOe
JjtfO Pngravti YMlvi CartU, wA lul, hs Tin-
In a temper lo commit mosl nny i rime
Wh.-n I'm hoc nttomptpd to iniihe fh- ur
r.st White shot nnd InstuntlJ killed Ihe
constable . . ....
'Ihe tmgedy ocruttxsl on tlu outskirts nf
Hie lovinv and won wltntfiipil by sever
persons Aiming others were Jnm" liilid
and ii. limit tinniPil lllbl", who attempt. I
with Hi., otheis to uveriivpr the null
deier While, who wii now' Ihormwlily
tirnnsed, puinwsl rnld Ienil lull) I hem with
out be. Hull, .ti brlnultig dovvh lllblm mill
a wound In the stumncli, froni vvhlrh ii.
xvlll Ilk-lv dip. nnd enlrhlnpt llnlrd In t
leg This Intllinduted th" others mill White
esinped , ,
It Is leportisl thnt a posse has bei-n or
gatilJleil uinl Is aTti r the tuurdcrer, with
pro-pects of a lvm hlng.
WILL RUN F0RLANDS TO DAY.
ef Penes It.-sprv nt liui III III (ho to Be
llironn Open fur s. ttlement Blood-
sb. d I eared
ppnvpr, Nov. 17 A speclnl to tho He
publican from ltnlse, Id, suvs To-morrow
the rush for binds on the Np? Peiees
ri'sprvutlun will be made The bouiidarus
of thn reserve lire lined with peoplo ready
to iiuilte u dih for the bind, while some
have gone so rar as to squnt right on the
tesetvatlon, determined to hold the ground
nt all ha7iitdp. The nitlnn of the "sootiprs"
will doubtless cause much trouble.
The exact time of the start for the land
Is not dellnltely known. Some ilulm It Is
midnight to-night, while others hold dirrer
nl views and inueli confusion and trouble
will no doubt tisult Purlin who went to
the les.rve frnlu Boise l.pott tint it Is
ltnHjsble to tin 1 coiner stakes, ivin
where Indians hnve t ikeMi allutmetits
This fact will add to complication, und
among the iiliuv of excited peeipli" who
will rush foi land, If sev.iul do not tnei t
with violent dt Uli It will be a mini le
The townslte eiowd, called the "tougns '
by those sinking firm minis, proml.iv to
futiilsh a few tuner lis.
Several young 1 idles will Join In the
chase for a lind foi tune Among them ts
a school teacher nainid Mclntyre. She
vvint to the lino from some point In W'a o
Ington and for sever il diys ti.ilnvl her
horse for the race. She and n compinion
ciniped nt il point from wheie the best
time could b mnde to a covctPd trut
Three tough young men nttempted to si are
them iiw.iv. when the schehiltnn'am diew a
six sbooler and blae-d uvvny at the trio.
Her nlm was uncertain, but the young
fellow s luude .1 letteit.
A STATEHOOD CONVENTION,
Call Issued by Hon. siihiev t'lnrlte, of OLlu
liouui, for n t'ouv.intliiii ut Minw
Itre, D. e ember 1.
Oklahoma City, O. T.. Nov. 17.-(Speclal )
Hon. Sidney Clarke, chairman of Oklaho
ma's statehood executive eommlttee, has
called a statehood convention to meet at
Shavvme on December I, lsyi Shu vv nop Is
In the extreme cistern pot tlnn ot the ter
ritory neatest the Cieek, Chin taw und
Cherokee nations, nnd It Is expected n
number or d legates from those nations
will be present nnd take pirt in the de.
Ilhciutlons The convention promises to lm
tht l.iigcst and must Import int statehood
mcitlni; ivei held in the tenltorv
Mr t'l.uke exptessed himself ns certain
that the Incoming congress will give Okla
homa an i uabling act und within a year
or eighteen mouths, possibly nt the elic
tlon 111 lSJ'!. the constitution inn be sub
mitted to the voters. He thinks stuti hood
will be given to Oklahoma with hei pies
ent botindailes, but hopes that the lines
innv be thrown around the whole of the
Indlm Terrltoiy, with a provision that the
nations i ill be' att.u lied as soon us I md Is
taken III severally, und the Indians bnoiue
clttens If this cinnot be uee ompll be I,
effoits will be iniidi" to attteh ut le i-t Ihe
ChickuHiw nation, the leading men of th it
nation bi lug favorable to the pinjeit.
Okl ilioma's population is J.V1.I or more,
nnd she lias an usi sh,.i ulii itloii of J!
(..kj.iiiiO and will make u grand .state even
ir stitehnod Is given her alone
A strong del' g itlnn will lie sent to Wash
liik-tnu fiom Okl ihoina mil the Clil. k.isavv
nation to push the claims foi stat. hood.
llillne StnliMinn's 11 inieger Suld to Have
Eugigeil Ililrty Itiioms In Chlrngn
for t bn Conv . ntlmi.
Chli-ugo, Nov- 17 The Chronicle (Demo
cratic) "-iys thnt Joseph II. Manb v ex
1 hull mull of the Hepnbllcan nutional 1 om
mlttee, nnd mnn.lg. r of the" lteed piesl 1. n
tl.il boom. h.u wrlttiu to Chicago to en
gage, thlity rooms for tho "lie id headquar
ters" nt tho Itepuhllcnu national conv e 11
tlou. The letter, It Is claimed, wns xcrltten to
Attoincy William O'Dell, a personal mend
of Mauley and .1 law putner of lb orge
S. W illlts, late I'nlti'd Stati s heiiiitori.il
i.iuiliilutc. 'ilie letter was written. It I-.
stat. il from New 01 levins u we. I. ago The
f'hioiilelc tls It was vviitten Willi the bi
llet, If not the explicit muh 1 standing, upon
thu t.ut ut llanli y thut Chicago Is to bo
the convention 1 ity.
Attornev 11 He II docs not ponllrtu the
tniv It Is stut-'d thnt he is to meet Man
ic v In Philadelphia to-nioiiiivv.
Flushing. Pu , Nov. 17 The Dispatch in
mill low will say "Itobcit LlniWny , e
sicietaiy National League of ICepubli. an
f'lubs, b is ncilved 11 letter from Geiielil
J S f'liiiksoii lu whleh he Insti nits 111
Lindsay to 1 nguge a numb. 1 of rooms at
leading Pittsbuif hot. Is fnt thn nitional
eiinv.ntlnn wnk The bti.r dues not pro
vide foi uny 'it the innv. niinii Is held In
Flushing,' but posltiv.ly engages the
THREE ATTEMJPTS TO WRECK,
Sttllrhes lIlFpliiei'el lu thn I e ivenu orlb
ltull.old Viiiil.-IH.iliurc.-i.il llinplnyn
Thnugllt lo III. !t.pi!ii'lhlc.
I.envenwoith, Kns., Nov. 17 (Special )
Kilmduy night and e.uly this m.iinlng
three etfoits vv el o made to vueck trains
by throwing swlti heb In tho rulniid yaids
ut this place One pussoiig. r Hum nir
rovvly eseuped a wieck which wis uveitfd
only by thu low rate of speed ut vvlibh the
train was moving, the engiuier thus dls
ceiviiliig the inlspliced swltili 111 time lo
leveiho his fiiglne.
At 1 o'clock this morning n svvitih en
gine of the I'nl.in Paellle l.lld, bieause
nf n thrown svvlteh, dashed Into it iar near
tin. Kuiisiis I'ential elevaioi nnd neirlv
iilowe.l its way Into the elevator Until
inglni.r anil liiemin saved themselves
from InJuiy bv Jumping from the; ingltie.
Iluth engine and 1 .11 iv.-m wieikcd.
It Is siittnlsel that 11 lecentlv dlsch ired
rnilroiul employe Is n sponsible, but no
uriest his yet been mudo.
BIG LUMBER COMBINE,
All I lm 11111s on Hi" I'uillle Co ut Are In It
I'rlcu Certain to lio Up Aflei
Seattle. Wash., Nov 17. Lumber prices
seem icitalu to go up with a bound with
the opening of the pew year, for on Janu.
ury lu the luigest combine ever made will
begin to euntiol the irade ot the lu. Illo
roust. It Is the Central Lumber Coin
panv, of San Francis, o, the successor tn
Iho Old Paellle Pine Lumber Company, und
It lepresmts a capital ot .it least l3,H"ii,iMn.
It includes every mill of Importance In
the region west of the Cascade mountains,
from San Prum-isco on the south to an
louver, B. C, 011 the north
ELOPED WITH A NEGRO.
Her Brothers llmehluit Iho Negro's Broth
er, Who Helped the Mliiutitc-d
Couple In l.et Alia),
Ashland, Ky , Nov li -Marshal Black,
colored, and Bertie U'ootem, white, dauglu
ter ot a well known furmer, yesterday-
eloped lo Ohio.
Black's brother, Jim, worked for Bertie's
father and helpi'd the girl get away, Ber
tie's brothers met Jim returning from the
Ohio side of the river last night and shot
The brothers are still In pursuit of the
couple, swearing they will kill Marshal
Black on sight.
Women and others unaccustomed to
business will lind the United States Trust
Company, in the New Voik Life building,
a convenient place to keep their bunk ac
counts, Capital. VSO.OuO.OO, luvMted In
United States bcrnO at par.
ICt-ms CITT. Mo, Nor. H l3l
7'o-if.li; lif tioh (.r l'i irMWlT fo li 'il.r.
rtrnpcriKuie i;fIlltil .lllilltntim, 61 Jnri
in urn, M
$1.00 for 69c.
To-day we arc going to
sell 600 pairs of 4-button
Glace Kid Gloves, with
large white pearl buttons,
all new winter shades of
red, brown, tan, modes,
black, every size, for
This Glove cannot be
bought in this or any
other city for less than
We secured this lot of
50 dozen from the manu
facturer because a certain
merchant, failing in busi
ness, canceled his order.
There will be no more
after these are gone, so if
you want to save just 31
cents on every pair of
Gloves you buy come to
this Sale To-day. $1.00
Double Heart Pin1?
will be eoltl begin
ning To-day for
Solid Si! ver Spoons
TI gold Ih.vvI h.tny handle, with lillKreo
tip. solid --liver l-Vitfeo Him.ivi. worth.
$1 .-, and $1 :.'). will be sol I T
day for, each
21 hnmlM.iiic. t-olbl silver I'otT, o und Hon
Tloii Spoons, ivltll white pe.ill bowl
quite u novelty will be sold
beginning To-tlny. lor, c.icli.
Worth $-'.." and 12 '.0
mi.i.i:xi:. Miuiitr., i.iii'.ut .x-.o.
DEATH OF COREA'S QUEEN.
An Aiiieririiu, Writing I nun "i .ml, Siiystlio
,lup 1111 si" Were It. spoiislbla
foi Ihe. Mm. I. r.
Mllwuukie, Wis Nov 17 -Itudolph Nun
iiem.iih. 1, now vi-lting in c r-11 writes to
the Milwaukee S ntlm 1 In in Se.-nil giving
nn account of the miir.li 1 of ih queen
cirly lu iictobcr Tin' the Japanese- wero
liistlgalots of the outrige se. ins evident
The lette 1 suys a holy of Japan. o sushi
coiniiiltt.d Hie muni. 1 mil Hi. J wero
baikid bv .lapaii.se troops M lien they
hud gulliid niti.uiei" to thn queens npirt
ments tiny found lour women there uinl
being unulile to le ..gnlo th. queiiii who
hnel ,lisguled btis.li. they killed nil four
women. The bodies, uft.r having been
lislud and stabb il, weie lied up ill blank,
cts Liu ll. 1 to the eourt J,irl. satui.iteil
With oil and binned It Is reported tho
on 1 was . reunited alive, not hav Inir been
dlspatthel dining the slaughter. 'Ihe Jnp
oii.'s. gi.Minment hns starte I nn Inquiry
und many anests have bn iiinele
An Annrliun geiieial. who lind been act
ing as vlie mlnisiii of war of Korea, Is)
said to have bee 11 l iye witness pf the
ouir.n,e 11'" ' In loinnminl ot the gimrd
nnd made the h.roU lesistince to tho in.
suult of the. Jupinese 011 the pnbi.e 1 o
cue near being killed btvci-il bullets
passing .lose to him. Hud lm lost his lit",
thu Japanese gnv.rnnuiit, thu writer says,
might have found itself In s. Hous complU
"ntio'is with the Fulled States,
General Uum, lire. President of Uie lto
public, und Hthers llelleveel In Have
t milled I'rom the I, p.m.
PhllidilphM, Pa, Nov, IT.-Oeneral Bar
toloniu Masso, lice pi evident of tho Cuban
republic, and a general of the Hastern di
vision, Is believed to have landed In this
country Filduy night from the steamer
I.eoo. which airlvid here last night. TI1U
statement Is denied, huweer, by Colonel
Nuiiei, of the local Cubans, und Captain
Svunoe, of the Leon. It wns stated on
good uuthoilty that when she left that port
she hud on bo ird Geneiul .viasso, his son,
a young nun "of S yeuis of age, Pr. Jon
iiuln Cultlllo. Seuor Veoiu und twenty -111 a
other Cubans. They, It Is stated, we're
.......1.,.. ... tlilk eninitie' In Older to alii Ijele
gate Pulma to present to the American
congress the cuuso of Cubin fieedom.
Willie the Cubans in the United states
desire to have their case mude as strom;
.is possible when the proper time comes,
they have btrongly advised agaiust t.en
eral Masso leaving the Island. The Marquis
of Santa Lucia, then vice president, left
for thU country during the last war und
the result was disastrous. The same posi
tion vvus taken by Cuban leaders on the
Island. It is believed that Maiso has
thrown nil these objections aside uia has
come here. , ...
Word was sent to New York and It wa
learned that ut 1 v. m. yesterday Secretary
Quesada, of the Cuban revolutionary party
i .hid ..nimirv nnu H. S. llubeus. counsel
Ifor the revolutionists, met the -visitors, und
went with tbe-v to .Now lorfe.
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