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THE PERSECUTED ARMENIANS.
A Mm Meeting: London Appeals to All Nation to Succor the starving Chris tian. London, Oct. 21. St. -James hall was packed with a larg-e audience yester day, a large proportion of whom were women, to take part in the demonstra tion of protest against the Armenian massacres. Intense enthusiasm was manifested by those present, especially .over the reading of a letter from Mr Gladstone. The great object, Mr. Gladstone said, was to strengthen Lord Salisbury's hands, and to stop the series of massacres, vhich were prob ably still unfinished, end to provide against their renewal. The meetintr unanimously adopted resolutions expressing- abhorrence of the Armenian massacres, and support of the British government in its efforts to stop them, appealing to the powers to co-operate with that object, and asking all nations and creeds to assist in the snccor of the helpless and starv ing Armenians. CARS IN THE RIVER. A Bridge Gives Way and Conductor Rhodes Is Killed. St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 21. A fast freight train on the Chicago Great Western, due in this city at 2:30 yester day afternoon, went through a bridge near Parnell, 40 miles north of this city, while rnnning at a high rate of speed to make up lost time. The en gine and several cars passed over safe ly bnt 12 cars and the caboose went through the bridge, which gave way by reason of one of the cars leaving the track while crossing the trestle which spans Platte river. Conductor H. T. Khodes, of this city, was carried down with the caboose and crushed to death amid the debris. A tramp whose name was not learned and who was stealing a ride, was badly hurt- The wreck is a costly one ior the company. BURY PEOPLE ALIVE. Fresh Atrocities Perpetrated by Order of the bultan. London, Oct. 21. A Berlin dispatch to the Daily News says: The St. Petersburg Viedomosti gives details of the Van massacre, secured from fugi tives who have arrived at Elchtniadzin. They declare no Armenians are left in the Van district. The Kurds, declar ing they were executing the sultan's will mercilessly butchered the men, kidnaped the prettiest women and girls, and threw the children into the pits intended for storing corning and bur ied them alive in order to save ammu nition. The victims were arranged in rows and killed, two or three at a sin gle shot. The details of the outrages on the priests and temples and the sacred books and vessels are indescrib ably revolting. CLEVELAND STILL FIRM. Be Will Remain Kentral with Respect to the Cuban War. Washington, Oct. 21. It can be stated on good authority that there has been no change in the declared policy of the government with respect to Cut a, nor is any contemplated. As is well known, the sympathies of the administration, as individuals, in a large measure, are with the insurgents, but if they gain their independence it will be without any intervention other than amicable on the part of Mr. Cleveland. From the inception of the present difficulties in Cuba the admin istration has used all reasonable dili gence to prevent the fitting out in this country of hostile expeditions against the Spanish authority in Cuba, and this vigilance will be continued. TWELVE PERSONS DROWNED. A Steamer Wrecked on the Pacific Ccasl and the Crew Lost. Marsufield, Ore., Oct. 21. The steamer Arago, owned by the Oregon Coal and Navigation Co., from Coosbay for San Francisco, was carried by the current and driven on the rocks of the jetty at Cooshead yesterday. She will be a total loss. In attempting to land a boat load of passengers and crew the boat was capsized. Twelve were drowned, four passengers and eight of the crew. The accident occurred during a heavy fog. What is left of the steamer to be seen is two spars projecting upon the ocean beach. The survivors were brought to Empire City on the tug Co lumbia. None of the bodies of the lost were recovered. OF AGE THE DAY BEFORE. Person ISorn November 4 Is Eligible tc Vote November 3. Springfield, 111., Oct. 21. Assistant Attorney-General Newell holds that a man becoming of age November 4 is entitled to vote for president this year, having reached his legal majority No vember 3 that is, having completed 21 years of existence. On the morning of November 4 he enters upon his 22 year. A person born November 4 is, there fore, entitled to vote November 3. A His Reservoir Rnrsts. Oakland, CaL, Oct, 21. The big dis tributing reservoir of the Oakland Water Co. broke its walls yesterday morning, and 2,000,000 gallons of water were let loose with a rush, a wall of water seven feet high tearing down Oakland avenue, but beyond flooding the streets in the vicinity, no great damage was done. The officials of the water company contend that the walls of the reservoir wre blown up by dy namite by malicious persons. Rrritenstein Sold fnr 810,000. St. Locis, Oct. 21. Theodore Breit enstein, the left-handed pitcher of the St. Louis Browns, was yesterday sold to the Cincinnati club for 10,000. A irl Poisoner Declared Insane. Mansfield, O., Oct. 21. In the case against Miss Celia Rose, on trial here for bavin? caused the death of her father, mother and brother with poison, the jury yesterday after being out an hour brought in a verdict ac quitting the accused on the ground of insanity. She will probably be ad judged insane and be sent to an asylum. - KrtntncKy Xoll Gates Raided. Fkankfout, Ky., Oct. 21. Five hun dred toll tfate "raiders tore away the gates on th Owen ton. Peak's Mill and Flat Creek roads during the night. A SENATOR AT 86. Justin S. Morrill, of Vermont, Soon to Enter Upon His Sixth Term. Mostpeijer. Vt. Oct. 21. Justin S. Morrill, of Strafford, was re-elected United States senator from Vermont yesterday afternoon. In the senate no other name was presented and Senator Morrill received the entire 30 votes. In the honse Mr. Morrill received 213 votes and Herbert F. Brigham, of Bakersfield. democratic candidate, re ceived 17. In the joint assembly this ' JUSTIN 8. MOKK1LI afternoon Senator Morrill's election will be formally made. The honor paid to Senator Morrill by his native state is an incident of more than nsual interest. When, on the 4th of March next, he is formally inducted into the office which he has filled for 30 years, he will commence a term which bids fair to break ail records of membership in the national senate. Mr. Morrill is 85 years of age. OFFICERS ELECTED. American Christian Missionary Society Chooses Leaders Gov. Drake'i Larce Check. Springfield, 111., Oct 21. The American Christian Missionary society now in session here received the per sonal check of Gov. F. M. Drake, of Iowa, and founder of the Drake university at Des Moines, for 81,000, to be used for the re lief of needy preachers, their widows and orphans. The following officers were elected: President. M. M. Davis, Dallas, Tex.; vice presidents, A. D. Z. Sweeney, Columbus, O., R. T. Mathew, Des Moines, la., T. E. Udell, St. Louis; corresponding secretary, Ben L. Smith, Cincinnati; recording secretaries, T. E. Cramblet, Pittsburgh, Pa., L M. Van Horn,Warren,0., George Miller, Coving ton, Ky. ; statistical secretary, G. A. Hoffman, St. Louis; national saperin tendant of Sunday Schools. R. II. Wag gener, Kansas Citv; national superin tendent of Y. P. S C E-, J. Z. Tyler, of Cleveland; superintendent junior work, Miss Mattie Pounds. TREASURY RECEIPTS. An Extra Session of Congress May Re Nec essary to Adjust Matters. Washington, Oct. 21. The feeling at the treasury during the closing weeks of the political campaign is one of con fidence. The gold reserve still stands $22,000,000 above the conventional limit named in the law of 1882, and there are no indications of any serious raid for the purpose of hoarding. The treasury is still running behind at an appalling rate in its current re ceipts, and it is believed by many that this will require an extra session of congress, in spite of the restoration of the gold reserve. Supporters of the administration declare the existing sit uation confirms the argument they made several weeks ago that the deficit is not responsible for the export of gold, and that redundant revenue would affect the gold supply only in directly. The past month or more has shown a deficit growing at a more rapid rate than in 1895, while the gold reserve has climbed steadily upward. until arrested at its present point by the disposition of the banks to retain their gold until after the election. VIOLENT MADMAN. He Beats His Child into Insensibility and Tries to Marder His Family. Harlan, Kv., Oct. 21. Robert Noe, a farmer of this county, became vio lently insane and attempted to kill his family. One of his children was beaten into insensibilitv and. will die. He tried to kill every one he met, and fought like a tiger. Deputy Sheriff Gilbert had a hard time arresting the madman. He was knocked down with a rock and taken to the courthouse. He was declared insane and sent to the Lexington asylum, where his father died 15 years ago. He was desperate, and it took eight men to bind him with ropes to prevent him from doing vio lence to some one. Absconder Rambnsch Commits Suicide. JuNEAtr, Wis., Oct. 21. A dispatch was received here last night from the coroner of Fredericksburg, Va., stat ing that W. T. Rambusch, the abscond ing banker of this city, had committed suicide there. Rambusch was engaged in banking and the abstract business. He disappeared on October 10, and for geries amounting to between $300,000 and $500,000 are charged to him. The total amount of his alleged shortage is not known. When he fled from Juneau he left word that he should kill him self. Mother and Son Rurned to Death. Pottsville, Pa., Oct. 21. Mrs. Con Reardon and her nine-year-old son were burned to death at Mahoney place this morning-. Mrs. Reardon and her husband had escaped from the burning flames. Hearing that a son was in the burning building, Mrs. Reardon rushed back to rescue him, she was overcome by the smoke and both were consumed. A Worthless Husband Suicides. St. Louis, Oct. 21. In a fit of jealous rage, supplemented by copious indul gence in liquor, William Huttingger, a worthless character, shot and wound ed his divorced wife. Mrs. Mary Kerst ings, or Kusten. and then committed suicide, at the house of William Fox, a mutual friend. ' ' Medical Discovery. Berlin, Oct. 21. Prof. Eehring and Herr Kuorr, a private lecturer, an nounce the discovery of a tetanus anti tox in which is expected to greatly re duce the number of deaths from trau matic tetanus. TO DISPLAY THE FLAG. Chairman Jones Advtsea Democrats to Kx- liiblt the National Emblem October SI. Chicago, Oct. 2a Chairman Jones, of the democratic national committee has issued the following appeal: ' The American flasr has always been the em blem ot national honor, and it will always re main so. Its influence has always been for good for mankind. Its display is always potent for tbe advancement of all that is best in our government, for it appeals to every sen timent of patriotism and national pride. I therefore suraest that on Saturday. October 31. all those who desire to preserve the country's honor and independence, as it came to us from the fathers: who believe in the rights of every man, rich or poor, to cast a free and untrammeled ballot and who desire that real and genuine prosperity may once again return to bless our people, display the national colors at their homes, their places of business, and wherever else they may be seen. In order tbat voters whose hearts are for their country may be cheered and their purposes strengthened, and that those who are waver ing may take courage of tbeir patriotism to perform their duties as citizens. TURKISH ATROCITIES. Devi, Dying and Wounded Christians Damped Into the Sea. New York, Oct. 2a Madji Rhasian is a Christian Turk who was one of the passengers on board La Gascogne, which arrived yesterday. Through an interpreter, he told about the massa cres of Armenians. He was in Constan tinople during the three days' massa cre in August last. During the three days 3.000 Armenians, he said, were slaughtered throughout the empire. Wagons filled with bodies were con stantly passing through the streets in Constantinople. Cart load after cart load of these bodies were dumped into the sea. The sight was a sickening one, and what added to its horror was the fact that in those wag-ons were piled the dead and dying, and the feeble cries of the wounded could be heard. POISONED BY X RAYS. Symptoms Similar to Those Produced by Contact witlt Ivy. Salem, Mass., Oct. 30. George L. Newcombe, who has been successfully experimenting with the Xrays, asserts he has been obliged to renounce fur ther investization, as it was poisoning him. He had experimented chiefly on his right hand. At first the symp toms were verv much the same as of ivy or other vegetable poisoning, the sensation bemsr one of itching, bnrn ing and smarting. Tbe skin turned a dark purplish brown, and a burning sensation increased with each succes sive exposure. The skin peeled off. while every hair upon his hand fell out. The nails of the fingers turned purple and lost life and gave indica tions of falling off. MEXICO WOULD INTERVENE. President Diaz Regard the United States as a Loyal Friend. Citt of Mexico, Oct 2a El Mundo yesterday had an article on the pro posed intervention of Mexico and the United States in the conflict between Spain and Cuba, which says in sub stance tbat Mexico regards the United States as a firm and loyal friend, with whom the social and commercial rela tions are growing daily more intimate, and if the United States should suegest officially to Mexico the desirability of joint intervention. President Diaz would accept with pleasure, being cer tain of the moral support of all the Latin-American republics. Kstionst Leagne of Musicians. Indianapolis, Inu., Oct. 20. Repre sentatives from local councils of the National League of Musicians were in session in this city yesterday for the purpose of forming an organization which will affiliate with the American Federation of Labor. Heretofore this plan has been opposed by the eastern delegates, while the western delegates were in favor of it. The meeting here yesterday was composed largely of the delegates from western councils. It is proposed to form a separate national organization. Fifty Robberies and Three 1 orders. Denver, Col., Oct 20. Albert Hence Downen, a man 45 years age. was ar rested yesterday by the city detectives for highway robbery, and after a search of his room had revealed a large amount of booty, he confessed to fully 50 bold-ups in the suburbs of this city, as well as the murder of one man, Joel Ash worth, here, and a man and woman in California. He says he served 37 years in the California penitentiary for stage robbery and grand larceny, but was never arrested for the murders. Candidate Jones Withdraws. Jefferson Citt, Mo., Oct. 20. At Sti Louis yesterday O. D. Jones, the popu list candidate for governor of Missouri, gave out a letter announcing his with drawal from the rice. He said be did so because he desired to aid in defeat ing the republican state ticket. He thought by throwing his support to Lon V. Stephens, the democratic nomi nee, he could do this. Their Attitude to Be Defined. Rome, Oct. 2a It is learned at the Vatican that tbe pops is sending spe cial instructions to Archbishop Marti nelli, the newly appointed apostolic delegate to the United States, in re gard to the attitude of the Catholic clergy in America in the present po litical campaign and coming presiden tial election. Thirty Years for a Brute. Des Moises, la., Oct. 2a W. A. Cum mings, convicted of criminally assault- i ing Mvr;le Rockwell and Bessie Ste phens, eight and. ten years old, was sentenced by Judge Holmes to 15 years' imprisonment on each charge. The second sentence is to be given after the first is served. Judge Kichardson Dead. Washington, Oct. 2a Chief Justice William Adams Richardson, of the court of claims, died this morning- at his home iu this city to-day after an illness of some months. He was born in Tyngsborongh, Mass., November 2, 1831. He " was . formerly secretary of the treasury. . -.... . - .. Mm Explosion in the Territory. South McAlestee, L T., Oct. 2a One of the compresses in the mines near here blew up yesterday, wrecking the compress and destroying consid erable property. The damage amounts to about S4,00t STJEPBISED HIS PHYSICIAN.' from the Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. "Yes, my name is A. J. Nicholson, and my address is the Bull Block, Louisville, ' Ky., ana x am tne man you have heard of as so persist 3ntly and so enthusiastically proclaiming the merits of Dr. Williams' Pink puis for Palo People. " "Up to the first of last March I can truth fully say that for twenty years I had suf fered all the agonies of an inferno, and death would have at times been a welcome visitor. I bad muscular rheumatism in its most vicious form, supplemented by what the doctors called tuberculosis of the bones. I was almost constantly under the treat ment of a physican and spent a considerable Fortion of my time in the hospital. In 1SSJ3 spent three months in that institution where I underwent severe surgical opera tions for relief. . Almost all tho money I could raise from whatever source went tor medicines in one way o.- another. 1 wou!d try any aud every remedy tbat was sug gested, but I filially concluded tliattho doc tors were right in saying there was no cure for such a case as mine. My rkjht leg became rigid and stiff, tne joints rd using io perform tuoir functions in any degree. At length tho pains attacked ray left leg also, ind it, was fast becoming as bad as the other. I also suffered in the shouli''.Tj and arms, though not so badiy as in the lower limbs. "About the first of March last, I read an article ouT'inlc Pills, and while verydubiour a3 to the result, I concluded to give them a trial. I used one box without deriving any benefits as I could see, and was about to abandon them when, at tho urgent solicita tion of my wife, I concluded to try one more box anyliow. Before tho secoud box was used up, I thought X could experience some slight improvement in my condition. Like a drowning mau I speedily grased at that one straw of hope. I ordered other boxes and continued the systematic use of the pills as directed, my improvement from the hesrinninij of the third box, bein? most marked and rapid. '1 he rigidity and siilt ness soon began to disappear from my leg, tha excruciating pains became gradually less, my drooping spirits revived under the 3xhilarating prospect of getting well, and before a great while I was able to go to worn. I have not yet discontinued thepiils. 1 nave just ordered tho sixth box, which I think will be tho last. I feel that 1 owe my life to this extraordinary preparation, for I ion't see how I could have lived under the almost incessant torture I was enduring. It is not strange, under the circumstances, ihnt I should loso no opportunity to tell my friends about this remedy and to tirge upon ill afflicted as I was, to give it a trial." (Signed) "A. J. Nicholson." Subscribed and sworn to before me this JSth of May, 1S06. J. Pettcs, Notaril P"o7te. Tha physician who attended Mr. Nichol son is lr. Jas. S. Chenovvitb, one of the most distinguished in the city. His office is at 205 West Broadway, where a reporter toun 1 him and asked about Mr. Nicholson's rondition while under his treatment. The doctor remembered iho case and corrobor ated what Mr. Nicholson said in regard to the tatter's deplorable condition and about the operation performed on him at the hos pital. The doctor seemed surprised to learn that his former patient was now almost en tirely well, since he did not believe when he last saw him, that be would ever be well again. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restoro shattered nerves. They are sold iu boxes (never in loose form, by the dozen or hundred) at SO cents a box, oi size, boxes for 83.50, and may be had of aU druargists or directly by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. V. A German paper contains the following unique advertisement: "Any person who can prove that my tapioca contains any thing injurious to health will have three boxes of it sent to him free of charge." Christian Register. Ha 'Whatdo von thinkof voung Jones?" Sue "I think if he hud lived iu Biblical days, Balaam's ass would i.evcr have at tained such prominence. ' nariem j-aie. "Haubt," asked the teacher, "what is an outliue?" 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