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INKW YOllK, SIM)AY, NOVEMBER 17, l*95,-Til!im*n\ <> PAGE&
PRICE F1YE CFaNTS.
TERHOH REIGNS IN ARMENIA.
fIRE AXD 8W0HD AT WORK.
0UOBTIA3* MISSIONi AT HARPOOT riL
LAOBD AND BURNED,
fjTF BCNVEED PEOPLE 8LACGBTEBED.
bjvES OF THK MI8SIONARIEB BPARCD HV
THK KTRPS.
jiT.K* tPRRI THE AOORBSaORg, ANTJ ONLT TEN
CF THEM fPRRa BLAIN AT 8IVA8?THE OOUN
TRT DEBOLATB AM' THE INHAHIIANTS
.-;ari'in.i-4aaa peoplji killed in a
BJHOLI 8TRIAN DI8TRICT DRP08I
TION OF THE BIXTAN PROPO8R0 LY
AF?"TP1 \ THB POWRRS NOT TBT
AORC8CD ON THRTR POI4CT.
I. ndoa, Nov. 1G -The lopt^pentativo of tlie
\ I Preaa ln Conatantlnople reporta, under
gat "f Novembar IS, that nt 6 o'cloek ln the
cv. :.inn of November u lf. A. Jewett, i nited
- Coaaal nt Blvaa, aenl a u-legiam t.i Mr.
Terrell, l'nlted Btatea Mtnlstcr to Turkey, ln
formtnf, him that ln th> dlaturbanceg Whleh had
takfn place at Bh I 800 Aimmlans and t.-n
T.:ks had been I ind that, accordlng io
t>m lal reporta, a large body <>r Kurda was then
Bsajroaching tn.. lown. Mr. Jewttt cave no de
talla of thi Ui irdera, bul lha dlacrepan y ln the
flKiirea ahowa that the Turktsh allegatlona that
the Armenl - ari the Bggreaaora are riSso
lutely untrae and that the Armei a - arere de
IlNerately masaa
Mlnlater Terrell haa a,*--* reeelved a dUpatch
frrni Harpo t. in ihe Pachallk of Dlarbeklr, and
aixty mllea araat-northweBl of the clty "t* thal
t-.ame. The dlapatcli 1? lat. d Kovem er 1
rays that ln the massacre f Chrtatlana nt that
place 500 ppra^n? were kllH 1 Elghl .f the twelve
rr.'.ssi^nary rmlldlnsrs wlttiin th- mlaatonary com
found, or Incloauro, were burned. The mlaalon
gnea thernaalvea arere apared, bul many of the
f ipanta -f the burned bulldlnga were a
] the bulldlnga irltbln the Incloaure comprlalpa
i rnlaadonary quartera were twelve Armenlana
v ihelr famlllea and 500 theologlcal atudenta,
a i there was alao conducted within the
. . - ??-.'? The houaea remaintng
I ? wi re rtrli ped of everythlng of value,
luntry In the nelghborh od :aid waate.
<? ? of provlalona and clothlng were deatroyed
ai irrled away. a:.d tbe utrnost deatltutlon pre
i T. usanda ol men. womea and cblldren,
r aere already dependenl for food on tne
f - ln the mlsalonary bulldlng, an homeleaa,
r.HK-<i and atarvlng, n ithlng havlng been aaved
* ? ? fr.im the burned bulldlnga or th iae whleh
a ? burned. The Muaaulmana deatr yed
t rthlng they could nol carrj away.
'. dlapatcfa from Mardln, ln tha Pachallli of
trlarbaklr, dated November 13, aaya that the in
habltants of tha rlllagaa burned in that m-lKh
b^rh^od are ln the dlre^r need of food and cloth?
lng and n,any are .^yiriK of siarvatl >n and ex
posuie.
It la eald in dispat-h?s from perfectlj truat
Ororthy atithority that .n the Byiian dlatrlel of
fiurunien 4.000 men, woman ani children have
T>een killed and many ,.thera are anfferina from
?/ nda and lack of medictaaa, food and clothlng.
THE Al'STRIAN PROPOBAXA
Yi-nm informatl 'i RH'her.d thla evenlna lf ta
fanderstood that Aaatrla'a pt"POHals for the s.-t
tlement of th*> Turklah queatlon ara the fleposl
t ' the euiltan and .!:.- appolntmenl ">f a au -
r- -- r pledK-d t-> reform, the grnnttng of aome
rneaHure r-f lo;al auton,.my to Arinenla. ani the
fformatlon of an Intarnatlonal commlaalon to
I rrlaa the changea. Thia acheme, like every
, piai aing wlth the future of Turkey,
| itlea with dlfflcultlea and Impllea protracted
aegotlatlons, durlng whlch a conflagratlon may
t*t Btarted ln the Ottoman Emplre. "Th Bpecta?
tor" uses an a!r of atithority to-day ln BBBertlni
that Lord - ? haa * dlBtlncl pollcy of In
ferferenre n idy foi ntlni 'lea, the tlme t i
develop wl faal approachlng. lt aaya ihat
e joinl ? im wlll !"? preaented to thi Bul
tan, tranaferrlng tne Internal goverrmenl to
j. . are truated by the 1 ???? - If the
Bultai to granl thi demanda, thi
. irona of the Powera wlll advai ce on
C atantlnopla, and the beglnnlng of ihe ,-r,d arlll
h ive arrlved "Tha Bpectator"
lt ti fearad thal lha Powera may bi too late
j i tl inger to
, . i av.rj ? reachlng
Ihe \mhaaai lora al ?' I? ? arorae th in
thoi- reachlng th" : Thouah the Uultan la
, , ahowa ol ah in
. tlai ? and < ren al il
fi :. truated 'l bi m ?m,
, Mtl ? Powera do not li
?nv :r flln*; wlth th-tr demahda. h<- may retreal to
i ... an i? i.: capltal of hla h luae. where
| a of the al . it reacn hlm.
The artl ?'?? i w'-s wlth the atatemenl tliat ir
?eems probable that Ruaala and Oreat Brltaln
arli] eoma to some undaratandlng relatlve both to
lha Far East and the -War Eaat, bul the courae
r-' a^t.on la not yet f-h-ar. 'The Bpectator" may
have obtalned its knowledge from Inaldi i ui ???
tut only its last ramark .an be held to be certaln.
THK POWERR BT1LL HBSITATINO.
N>, root or tTanr-h of the pollcy of the Pow>
Ira toward Turkey has yet baen declded.
I fflolal oplnlon here roncurs with all trnst
hrorthy adrlcaa from the European caplula
1 at an agreement betwaaa the Powera as to
k ia they ahall actlvaly Intanrana In the evenl of
t e Bultan evading his promlaaa to effacl re
forma m the admlnlatratlon vt Armenla, or hla
provtng deflant of the demanda of tha Powera,
tt..; remalna to be eecured. Evan a revolutlo*
s nsUntlnople, wlth a general M alem riainK.
v ,:< find the concerl Incompleta. In ihe mean
t tha piinclpnl functlon of tha fleeta Haaem
i , ,.rr the c ?-? the Levanl arlll b- to
. ea-n other, whlle the governmenU ?
I to try to arrange tha t< rma ol immoa ac
t ? auch Bh -ii be f ced on them.
Phlllp Currte, thi Bntlah Ambaaaadoi to
1 r f, who haa been ln England I ;r acvara
...:.-.? louraat
?? ' yrllf?alm
r
I
nationai t, the proj \'?>
rheae proj aala ai
icuaalon. 1 ? ?? ? ?
; ' ' , ? , " romnil"
I
1
j ... . rrfaln
' ent of a rtBli i U " , , ..,,
i tbaoluf -
I ,- there
j. iu not ba allowed l ? appeai w
b' DCONFIRMBD Bt MINIRTER TERRELL
.hlBftoa. Nov. U Tha Btata Departm
, from Coaatani nopla ai ?? ?
. ? .. tboae ?.ived by the Unlled
,cla| correapondant But .uch ui
een glven out b, ..- I'-.-' -'
?nnrni th. prea. dl-paiche. i ? --
. thjUnltedl
Becretary Olnej n -?
I Mlalate. T-rr.U, offlclaH, Infonjj-. W
i the Chrtstlai "' ***?"* ,\ ind that aboul
: ? Armenla, had beeni burned,| a nd
provldad foi a ConaiilHf i ?"? , HR? m|B
preaei.e of 80 many Amerlcan l " -
Coatlaaard a. Tralb l'.a?
BILLBD BIM8BLF PT ACCIDBS'T.
ROBBRT a. pat, a WELL-KNOWN NEW-ORLEANB
MEJtCHANT, BtEETa DEATH WHILE DRtVlNO
BlTROLARg ii.i-m mg HOU8E
N'ow-Orleans, N..v. II, Pobarl S I>ay. a prom
Inr-nt cotton factor aad one of the beat-a
and rnoal ix.iuiiar rnemi -rs of tha New-Orleani
Cotton Exchangc, dled fl B:I0 o'elock this morn
lns from a platol-a_ot wound accldentally aelf
Inflkted ..\t 1:30o'elock Mr. Day w.i^ awakened
by a noiae m.\(\c by burglar* He graaped hli re
'? < and wenl tu th. Ilbrary, rrom whlch the
had proceeded. Th- h..nae waa .. total
.laikness. nn.l ln aome manner Mr. Day atumbled
and fell, the platol explodlng and the bullel - n
terine; u\f left breaat, reeultlng ln death a few
boura later, The burglara eecaped through the
open arlndow, leavlng no clew,
Mr. Day waaone .>f the beat-known men In th j
clty in ini.iln.sa and aoclal clrclea, He w.is born
oa Long laland, N. "\.. and araa forty-one yeara of
H<- He waa tn. bead "f the cotton (Irm of Rob
erl B, Day A Co. Foi aararal yeara b. araa corn
modore of th.- Bonthern Tachl Club. He wa. n
aoi of J.mea I. Day, for n long tlrae prealdenl ol
ihe Sun Mutual Inaurance Oompany, of Sew
Orleana, who .Hed a f.-w weeka ago 't aa ad
van. ed age at hir home in Connectlcut.
T'.v.i PLAYMATES IN' MARTLAND, BEPARATED
WHEN CHILOREN, ACCIDBNTALLt MEET IN
BPRINO VALLET?A WBDDINO TWEN
1 r n lUR JlolKS LATER
a atngular and bappy rotnai ? ei led ln n wed
i!in? .1 tlley, N. i. on Prlday nlaht, when
la Bwenartori, wld. n of lohn - ? ? irton, a
r wealthy realdenl of s; ? r: t:?? Valle; . wa
r..-i to A rew Jacki :: hlo. Belli da
Hoiiins. a falr hatred glrl, and Andre* -' Rua . ..
biigl ? boy, were i hool ? hlldren ..; i ; I ?
gelher In ;i emall hamlei In Maryland many yeara
ago, Th ly yeara ..-?-i they were obllged I
ai.it.>. and from thal tlma they never aaw or heai i
from ea--h other until two laya ago. ln ih" meari
tmie llelinda. who ba I I
woman, found her way to Spi - V'all.
mllea fr im Xya k. i k ihe pla
keeper In the fam I) of John Sv
realdent there. Bome tlme lo ei Mra Sw
.. .? ,- long aftei vard ihe wld i? ?
Bellr.da Rolllna Three 3?eara ai-o Mr. Hwei
dled and Mra Swenarton waa lefi i ?
Two daya aao andrew Jackaon Rual ?vaa ied In
Bome unaccountable waj io ??'?' lo flprina \ illey
from Ohlo. and .in Thnt- ia> he m< ?
arton. hia f irmer playmate The coui le talke I ovei
old timep an.l in twenty-four hour* they were mar?
rled by th. i'..-'. fleorge lt. Rriator, ;.i^tot r.f the
ajprlnc Vallej Congregatlonal ("hurrh.
Mr Rual waa .. wldower, havitic aeveral rhlldren,
hla wife havinir. dled recentlj Nearlj I
vU.age turned oul on Frlday nisht to aerenade the
rotli,.le.___
IHF tni.T D1FOBCE CJ8B OFF.
a BETTLEalENT to ir. MADE IT ts baid. at
COLONEL .'"I.TS TBRN8.
Froviden.-*. No*. K Th* dlvrrc* BUll brOUght hy
Mr*. anaaararth w CM aajarnei Pei '?*' Bamu.l
l-omeroy i oit. prealdenl of Ihe Induatrla
Company and a leadlng offldal in th- R ibber Truat,
wa* deelared off to-day. Thi ' icemenl
came from Franda i '? 'Itor f->r C,
.'-.I-. after a conference al I o' o k. Thi la ?
the caae then went to the rourl Houae and
the poBtponamenl for iwo weeka of a mol
. tment of .-.tnt.iN.-io- era to tnk?
? . r mntry and Europ* Thi re wlll hei -
...K ,,. , n .' mway, S ll . n*xt rrl
Ih* teatim n) relatlna to l ; "?a ai
.1., kaon will nol he ma le a matti r of recor.l.
The aettlemenl wlll be ma le by fi i '.""'
at.-l Mn C ilt, and Hora. ? V. Harni ol ti
v.. . be the rhlef arblt. r. Th a. ttl< i -
sai.l wl l f. Bl Ihe termi oi f 'K.nel l
owlna to the collapae of the prinrlpal
wlfe in thi ;?? lltlon foi llvorci
The rull agalnal Jamea I, Van Alen, the \ ?
m lllonalre. foi 1300.. ?? for a lenatlon of aff. I
wiU 1-, all probabl Ity, < nd a Ith the d \ >i -
The' eloeeat frler la of ?'ol m ?'? ' "o lln i.v thal
Mr Van A'.eti delayed hla I.
pecting Jual bu '. a altuatlon
' rolonet ro:i ls to glye Mrs i .11 i ?
:,.,-.- hut nothlng ilke 1125.0 >, wl
?
wh , ar. ..:? u ???.-????? ' -.' ' '
an .\- .it a reaull ln a f< ? laya.
The drlve" waa arreated and held withoul ball ln
the Eaai Elghty-el?hth-B( i nation lo ?
il, reaull of Mra Harmoi.'s Injuii**
7///V 8TBATBSMFI8 LOSQ OFEBDVE.
A NORTHERN PACITIC BTBABfEB Mlssl.v.J rOR
TW.i WEEK8.
Tai-oma. W'aah . Nov. IC. Tlie Northern I
Llnc ataeuner Strathnevla ia now fourteen daya
overdue at Vokohama Bhe left tiiis. port on 0
12 and haa not been aighted alnee. The ati
Vlctorla, whlch followed her two weeki later,
reached Yokohama aafely on Tueaday withoul aee
Ing any trae. of the Btrathnevla
The overdue veaei carrk l UE Chlm
gera H--r offlcera ar.: Captaln Jamea Pattle;
ilra; otf.'-r. M. Duncan: aecond offlcer, w. McFar
lai ????' > nglni -1 .1 Roai bi md englm er, A.
Bell; pura*r, w .1 McDonal
Aithough .-. new I .. the Btrathnevla l? nol faat.
Bhe t....k aeventeen daya on her flrat voyage acroaa
the ''.- fl. <".-? thi North
have i irong hopea foi h-1 aafety
? - - ?
UABBIBD AFTER TBIBTT TEAB8.
A WBEiLWOBAS BUBT ASD MAT DIE
KNOCKED DOWN Bi" * BREWERT " - "V IX
, ., , ,, ,. vk AND HER BKl Ll- I
M-. riallltaln P Harmon, wl
...;. 0| ,:-e bi No 121 Pearl-ai
So 17 w.-at on.-: indred-and-i
run down b) a br. wi f wago
. ,., K fth-ave yeatei
i?ly injured lhal
il | nol l ve. Wlth a number of fr*
Harmon. who ? a
ng -hrough Central Park. Tha l
.,,,. Eaal Drlve through the gate a I i
?i md i" ':?' ave, and were golng 1 Vi
viBMv-alxth - one oi th* Ai i
nant-a wagona. drlven by W. Be.n.
.-,??,...,,... 0vertook and paaaed th.
ai of he atr. t. Ju aol abreaai
of the .ir.v he auddenly
. ,. . , ?? the atre. I In fronl ol i
.' ^',. | N , . ? Slxtl ' Mr- H irm :.
and rame Into collialon wlth th.
w <-krd off ).??> "I " ? ??' '? '
?urbaton( f*acturlng her ak
? ran Pled upon hei and In iri I hei aerloui
iLrnaliy N,r"- Harmon wai plcki I up .... i
;*f ir* st reel unconacloua. An ambulan ? \\.i> aum
mon, | from the Preabyterian Hoapital bi a poiu-c.
rhan bul Mra. H.rm in'; fi - nalate.l -... nd
hSi her home it. a cab. Bhe wai attend. i Ihere bv
.r Henrr W. Mooney, of N . II U'eai On. h
?S_ twenty-nlnth-at., and Dr RI lai . Baop v-oort,
,t No 106 Weal One-hundred-and-twenl
Th.-' doctora remalned al ber bedi a late
await
FA8T0B AM) PEOPLE BECONCILED.
?jktj Or THE TROl'BLE IN THE PREfll
i:K"THi-:i. R 'Iii III i.
avatartown, N Y.. Nov. K A novel and
ol the dlfficultj between th< Re> Wllllam
y (_'>vi ?''l''1' !'r"!!"'r "f ''" *ldenl ' '?? veland
i paator of tbe Preabytet
and a i ortlon of the m< church waa
i lay * the pi
Inveatlgatlon i ommltte* a] p ilnti d bj I
, .. onclllatlon to >k plai <-, ihe ,
n r.-?i>-t i .. any utti
v>. .- , apable of b. ing con iti
? th. li.. > n ol ihe pai oi lo hlm
? bi ? :? ba i aaM al ?
?|-niv tool pli ?? after a two laya' aesalon befor.
., ero? i whlch fiiled Ihe chur h. ind during whlch
there wi ???? aome eaclt i Ical
n\, en tha pai tli i Al thi t-loae ol tl
,jon , . ? ? m blch waa i ompoae I ol prom
!,.... and iaymen, call. d Ihi prin
... . ],,,,!,-i - into a i i.v.ii. . onfi i- ii- >-. -i ""?
ijuitmenl of the dlfflculty wa . effe. i. I
,.,,,-. ?...- then preaemed to tne C i
..,,. , ongr. gatli n i ron ptlj ratlfled lt.
, . , .t of Ihi .i aoo i b thi p*n
... , , Itlon lo the paatoi pro| -?-? I -
- ?.. t.? .?.. purpoa. ? elllni
. . !,,.. | . anl ma le generoua contrlbui i
. .. Uf/j had be. n - ...-. tll-.-l by n en
, h fact ona ll elleved thal Ihe ti
I.
?pnl riifferencea were nol connected adth poll
tPBIBO i ILLI t i tOTl UA ? '?) i " ii 0
p, .,-,.;,n, n;. No\ i?; In .in- ?'iIm
har. to-day'the ? .-- of th. m. ?
,,,. ,.?.' Bpn - '-.rlna the
;',,.. ^ai al thal place ua; aummei were di
\v\ Juri Thirt.-.. were found a I "'.->
_ni i,* mbUBi ed to ;?>" penllentJary foi vaxloua
tertna al h- dlflcr*tl?0 of tb* aMUl O? man
pleadcd gulltr.
THE FOO THE1R DOOM.
BTORT OP THE LOM OF THK WILLIAM
HALEfl IS BOUTHERN vVATERS,
Btmx in roixnioN wttr thb niaoaba, which
BLTJDENLT APPEARED OUT <>K THE DARK
NE88 PTVE MEN <:<< TO THE BOTTOM
The Ward Llna ateamer Bantlago arrlved raal
evenlng at Quarantlne fi m Na -': >'??'? ? " ? "" ,h**
ilde of Cuba thlrty-elght pa
twenty-ali of a hom a eamen.
i i me after com bualneaa ent P
ahlpwrecked marinera. Beven of the al ;?? ??* !
. Coombs. th* mate, K 1
lee, ai i the aeamen Buelar, Nellaon. Dorlan, N laon
and Bonenduck, of the Amerlcan barli Willlam
II ? which waa aunh In colttaion wlth ti"- Ward
Una ateamer Nlagara on Prlday, November v. ln
h denae fog Captaln Coomba aaya he aalled from
Havana on October V foi Phlla lelphla aith a arga
ot tii.i iron.
On the raornlna <.f November ?, In latll la B Be
; : rt degreaa 19 ralnuti l ? ik "?''
movlna akrwly through tha water, a denae fog pre
- tlme, when a Bteamer loomed up aud
denlj and ran the barh down. cuttlai her to the
? lae and alnklng har Immediately. Captaln
: aeveral of th.- crew wera carrled down
b) the auctlon of tha water, but ha wlth two othera
cam. to thi aurface. Pour who were on deck at the
tlme ot th.lal in managed to aeiamble on board
of the ateamer. Plve who were beioa aanJi with the
? Inale veaael Thoae loal wer* Coleman. tha
. i mate; liarnea, the atearard. ai"i tnraa - ?'
men, Prank Nevli and two othera unknown
The Nlagard waa nol ??...i.......-i by tha ^'"?f0":
th, m. -i where the barb went
down for a long tlme, In the hope of nndlna othera
,, the crea Th? men aaved wer* landed al r*aa
aau on Noi 'mbei II. and aenl home bj taa r*an
llago, the tli I northbo ind ateamer.
The Wl lam Halea waa owned in ?N';tt.:'';, ,,
anawail t at Nei I ir] I "'? Baaa . In 1877, ana
meaaurel 8 > tona. Flve of the Bantlaaro a ,
g-era were aa ri from the Brltlah achooner icean
| , wrecked on tbe Hoaetlea, Ua
24. They *a> that he r* i
a total Ioaa Captaln ? itl . ol the achooner, and
Bgua. and tbaaca thi
*ThV ' "m.ted that tkaigrea^ei
ra . would be aaved, .uii
that wreeklm " S" \.r aea tha
i . < aptain Watta remalnlng lo mereet wa
boai i of tha aaatlago i ap
taln Thompa n and ihlrteen mei
i alth the ..ew gui
uu. /. bullt b; rhomi w ol thai ; ?
. b .:? T are i ira '?>
,., alnda and hlgb aeaa all
the w.i> : rom Na
TBE LAURADA SEIZED.
COLLl OR 1 Rl v- OF I 1IARLXHTON EXB I
,, i,s "K THE OOVERNMENT.
Charleaton, B. ?'.. Nov. 18, ?< l na '! " :'
. . . ,-,,,;.. -..- Ueorg* D Bi an
to-daj eamablp Laura la, whl i ni
TB08E CBARGE8 AGAIMST PBESIOS.
THE BANK ?1 I'I RINTENDENT BATB TR '
isvEjrrioATKrj two tearb ?'??'??^ and d
MIH8EU IV QOVERNOR KLOWER
Klngaton, N. v ? Nov II Tha repreaentatlva of
th(. ,-? .. i ,-.- . | i l on Bank Buperlntendent
Al Prei|, .., -,, hla born* In thla dU to-4ay
. ked hlm regardlng th* chargea made agalnat
hlrn b> the i. ;.-?-? " Banlaatlon ot tha Cara
Bai k of Bro klyn to Oovernor Morton.
;ir. Preaton aald all the knowtedga he had of th*
' ? ; Thla' :? the thlrd tlme the chargea
hav. been pr-?e.'ted Mr. Preaton aald tne m*n
who rall ihemaelvea the Depoaltora' Organlaatloaof
lal Mink repreaent onh n r-w or im
bank at .ne time of ita auspenalon.
,,,' , ? . rallel to ae. an) reaaon for the renewal
-...,,,. he haa been tn
Ppoaltora wlll be pald ln full, unleaa
he? , , Bpirit n mallce and aplt* bahlnd t. nr elae
th* gentl mei ; : '? ' ' '? have a dealr* for
publl. i) ,
^ imlner <,ih:" reportlng rhe bank
Inaolv. it twlee. Mr. Pr. I I tha n i ach ol
to B ?? - aueed
i |,. s dvent. H. aald thal he a/oul I
-i ..-?.! i r, M inday an I aak thai a
? ?'?> ' '?- far aa
he knew. Mr PreBton aa I thei ? aer* n ?? u y new
" Ing. ."I all
.. i b> O ?vi rn ?? Plower In IIBQ and b;
te. and
? ? -
////.' EXG1XEER SLEP1 AT His POST.
I I - - m. HEAP RM..UBION "?' ON
KALL i ?'? ' ?K RA1I II v 11
. :?: \ iti i- <?"? n
, Urook R
A
to wait foi
: ., nol thb iund I
... of I ep and
I
'
,.'????
. *i i.i eman of traln, wa
n
Cirkenda e s ime
. :? bn m 11 V.,
'
???:.,. I
\ *n i ? -i' rvalble foi the wr. .-k
' .' I ?
7 ///; fi/.' TROLLEl ACC1PI % 7>\
!.? -. g R WIT) l l: '.-il ^^ Bl BN Rl NNIXO
\l.. iNG AM I -i Al.
h . . , elght ) eara Id. a b -
? i a critleal c mdltl -n nt hla h.m,
;..., || bling at . Bi ?olil) n. auffering fi
bi nlghl by belng run down by .i
ear al the corner "f Drlggs-ave.
,,.,] ]'. ? , Mr. BabUngton w.<^ .'r...--;n? the
hia way home from bualneaa,
.ir "tru.-k hlm. He wai ?'r.,ar^<-l along
... fender aeveral yarda before the ar waa
..,,.,;...' n aaa plcked up In hh unconacloui
,,,.,,, .,-, i removed to hH home. Dr. Aahley Web
..- North BlBth-at., near Badford-ave., aai
immoned, and broughl .Mr r.,!!.',.: .
, i ? ui hour, arhen he agaln
iank into ui ? '?.'" laal m^: i i?r.
Wehb. n i all. I, and found that i!ih pa
? eni waa In .i critleal ivlng had aaveral
.i ... norrhagea during the afternoon and even
I i aplnal colpmn waa
i, ,,'iv , i i.i,, I, ind Dr, Webber aa I laai nlghl thal
ii. Jnjui m'a r< \\.'!< douotful,
\- bi "l i glrl, who la
i,.,, i .. . i .m down ,,i-t nlgl
7' ,,f the Naaaau ' 'omp mj llne
? ,???'. ive, ui MI 1 lleton-at Bh.
??i'i nr; i tl.ar, .ui l had
. ! ba !'\ cul .rn I brulaed 8h* '.?
i t , Ih- In ? nall) Afli ?
? ? mlai i Bu -
cmoved to her 1 m. Bl No 101 MI I l!<
. -i.,k l irlgga ave . ai rh" eorncr of
Henry S|,ii7.. fort) foiu
? ,- kn . ke l
?
? ni. ,11 an Hiii'. i
_ _
THRF.F. VI T DBOfTXKD M m? BT I IWBSXCB
S J . >.'"? II Tl n ? mi; loal tha Ir
the Bt. Law
,. ink Baker, a< i ompanl ?! bj
? . w lam Keene. lefl i?? re wlth ?> akllf
.- pi ivial ? ? foi M irra) HIII Parb ?
Tha ..ft' i noon thi ov. i
I ut Ae.-l.lent laland ?
II -
i..?,i w .i- awamped ind
li.ikei Keene
u ,, fi ? .. ? mployetl
0n the n. v. M in ??? iiiil p.hk h i
//// WIII.IA '.?' ' BAXB'B /,"' OR '"I I '?''
Balllmor* N v tl?Th* ateam ., IVIIIIam I'rane
\i ? ; inta and Mlm ra' I, ne, ai i Ived here
i tempeatuoui ?? |
ii,,, |a ii-n.i.i. made la
in* wai ? i ov*r?
. ? -
\ hurrlcan. ?.?- encountered on
rtun !.? ?. v. . .- ,'.-.?'? ? la? It on*
tlme u m* waa foi ed back Into
? . .. On W< Ineada) beavy s^a- atova
, m the ateamnr'a forward aaloon cabln. wrenchad
1 ii,* furnlture from Ita faatenlnga and partly Hoodad
j th* raaeal Th* Cran* paaacd conalderablc arrck
I aaa bat JiJ i,ut alght aio vraaela in Uiatreaa.
THIRTEEN PEOPLE KILLED.
A BTREETCAR OOEfl THROUOH A DRAW
INTO CUTAHOOA RIVER
TBE MOTOEMAN rAILEO TO BEE THB DANOER
BIONAL IHK ..-Al'. WITH IT8 M'MAN
nueioHT plunoed iaa ncn
INTO THE WATER BELOW,
Cleveland, Nov. I*.?A fiiRhtfui acddent by
whlch thlrteen i- .ple I il thelr llvea occurred In
the heart of the clty 'his evenlng. Owlng I
crlmlnal and atlll unexplalnable careleaaneaa of a
strael ar conducl .r i car well ttlled wlth people
t k>b in awful plunge of 120 feel from the central
strect draw of th<- Central Vladucl Into th* dark
wiit.-i s of . !u) ahoga Rlver.
The acddent occurred at 7::::> o'elock. The
Central Vladu 1 la a |..n? Btone and ir>n Btructure
whieh croaaea the Vallay Rallroad nnd the Cuya
hoga Rlver and connecta Jennlnga-av.. on the
Bouth aldfl arith Cntral-avr on tl.aat. The
hrldRe is 120 feet abovi the rlver.
The draw was open for a mg drawlng a ? thoon
et- whlch was aboi t t. paaa beneath the brldge.
As uaual th* *:.it.r> w.re aloaed on both aldea of
the draw- nnd danger llghta were dlaplayed to
guard agalnal accldenta. ka electrlc car araa
aeen comlng akmg fi"in tha eaat toward the
Bouth Blde, but Captaln Charlea Brennan, who
has charge of ti.-' brldge, had no though of
danger, ns the uaual precautlona had been ob
aerved. Th* cai waa ona of tho Cedar and Jen
nlnga ave. braneh of the blg Conaolldated Un*
and had flfteen paaaengera, a conductor and mo
toi man aboard
.\t whal is known ai the "deralllng awlt. h,"
aon:- !00 feet from ti.-- draw, tl.nductor me
chantcally allghted, aa is the a nt of all con?
ductor* at thi* p .Inl to aee If all waa rlghr.
Tne ir ? ime to h atandatlll and me moi
walted for ordera Th* conductor, foi aome un
Bccountabl- reaaoR, falled to u ?? the rt d ilgnal
of danger oi th I tatee, ? r p- rhapa cua
loni made hlm i artieaa, an I h? aignalled l i the
- ni, John Rogera, to come ah< ad
The motorman turned on the ? ?:? :trlc current,
Ihe conductor jumped aboard the car, and al
....; tn. vehlcle m ared the d al
trap. W h) the m I rmaa dl I nol -? ? th.
llghta ? r the cloaed gati ? <:'"> be dld wlll
ain a nrtyatery.
\.: .. :? and nearer came the car to the awful
? ., ,,. tli ? li a ll dawned upon
the m dorman thal lt a i? open. Wlth a ap -ed
; ..rn ? cral threw thi in He and
applled the brakea. The bridge raptaln, -
hlng -ar. ih .uted Ilke a m idman, bul
|. i nothlng The ar waa aln ady on the
down grade lo the draw. ind the brakea would
nol hold the car on the Bllpp< t> ralla.
Tl ? motorman, reallalng hla danger, forsooli
the preclouB cargo he waa rtaullng., and wlth a.
wlld .f. leap .1 IT the front ? !"w"
the viadu t ln the d re ti.-o of Central
dlaappeared In the darkm as. U tl ?? same Inal int
two male paaaengera Jt:mped off th* rear plat
form nnd ea -w- I death as hy a mlracle. The
..tr r*aehed the cloaed Irbn jrates and In an ln
Btanl the rraah of anapplng Iron and breaklng
glaea waa heard. Thla alarmed th? rondurtor,
wtin had atepped Inald., and he was aeen to
a rlaah for the rear d *?r, bul he wa
late v aecond later the ur awayed on the
,f in awful ipac ateadled Itaelf for an In
Btani i ' though In a frantlc endeavor to maln
(atn lta ??quIUhrlum nnd toppkad over.
There raa an agonlalng chorua of acreanrta and
ln an ina. ml all waa qulet. Th- car Btruck upon
a projectlnn of plle_ ln tho abutmenl beneath
the draw, hen tumlng nnd collapalng lt fell Into
tt,,. dark i ei below, acatterlng Ita paaaengera
in all dlre lona and breaklng the towllne be
- the tug an i Bcho .ner thal w. re paaal
A few Buppreaaed groanfl were heard b) the
. .1 to b. m the I tka bel ?w.
M.-n from 'li" trldge above, and from the docka,
,,-.., h,,.< K-|tne bi 'i the B Ident, call. I to I ic
,. . :-. k up the people, bul
, ? , ,,,.... ngen . one man an I one wom in, w re
t .-si-o
?r , .,, .fi .' th* ac Idenl spread rapldly, and ln
ii uad -' poll ? tn n w. i
? tal
t., i hoapital and
waa : ?!'.- .i up " '>' '>? v "'''' : ,'111'1 an '
mdertaklng eal i 11*1 "
parta of the dty. na Clevel ind hai
j ,,. ., nlon '.'.-i" ' (ttremi '?? Blow.
the 8 .uth Sldi ?
-.,.. i:-i nf the cata i phe, - treral of thi
wi re identlfled. T ? Ml ?? ar. on
... ? ? tli"'" ;'i everj parl
>lty are seai , ^ng ' r
Among th dead li.< ml Inlghl are:
Mlaa Martha Hauei HiJ John
Bauernhelmer, her BlstiT-in-law, of No IM M r
? ave.
Beaali Davl - of N iyea-Bt , la n - ihe was
tr,, ,.,i t , tne . ar, h tt) la Buppoaed l ? -?" among
the dead , .
john HofTman, Ihe . nducl r, and ? ui l l.
phehne, a '- ' '
in his pocki t from Londoi . Canada, to VI l
MUBPBBBB8 KOT ISD1CTED.
SO Al Tl. IN TAKEN AOAINST THK JAfKSON'a
H.il.i: ? lEl BNDER8
rheyenne, wyo., Noi ll The I'nlted
flrand Jurj f"r Wyomlng yeaterday finlahed near
Ing teatlmony ln reference to the Jackaon'a Hole
Indlan troublea o ial lummer, in whlch aeveral
tndlane were kiliei or wounded b) whl
Th* jury fall" l to Indlci any of the aettlere, and
tt.e homlcldei wlll k" unpunli
Waahtngton, No* 11 Llttl - waa manl
feated among Oovernmenl ofJlclali ial the
Orand Jury of Wyomlng bai falled to Indlci the
m- n impllcated In the murder of the Bannoca [nd
;.,: | !., .j ,.\ it wai nol ' Bpeeied thal the i irj
would Hnd Indlctmenti for reaaona of .. local cnai
?.;..,. bul ;? la eapecled thal the ITnlti i Bi itei
.'t un Couri ?-il ui'hoi.i the treaty rlghta ol thi
Indlam ..- thi. ls not a matter for tbe " iranl Jury
t., declde. i.itt t if tha Judg**
fivf. tXDIAXM KILLED 18 a i n l>
i || No ?? ^n Indlan f*ti I, a hlch haa
. re ulted In li\ leatha - '?>.Ing wag i be
tween factlona f re i men In the Qeneaee V'allej
Bincc i ? - - ? iy aearcely a la) ia paai I wlth
oul .. mur i-1 belng repoi ti I, in I it li tean
ii,,. tr mble haa only begun u the rlval
bandi ? ttui thelr work of vena.??? until
extermlnal - aend
troopi rlval of an Indlan i un
.!??;. bringina I u genc -,
anxlet). i- la ali i st ,-er
tain thal i t wlll i onn :? tha eah ci Imea,
,,n l It la pa ' ? il of ihi feu l. the
r. ls v\ ill noi e whll i Bllej.
The ..ii '? u i bel ween ti" rlt ?> ip n< i
. ., ? in Indlan < ille i Ch Iaa Prank, ? ?..
I on : ?.?? ll Ra . waa kllled bi i
lloiiej Lake Indlan, whoae brothei wai kili. i ln
mi >. ua ago b) Prank. fhe ni xi
,? .i. Smlth, an : i II in ai i i pai
l'i inK. kllle i .. Ilonej l. tU. brai.- ln tl.
Anoth. r outbre.irre i on Mon la)
nlN ii al . lei ? ? ? ?' * hlch two In i
kdle,| \ thlnl li mlaalni and la thoughl to bav<
been killel
lxiinyi iiur tA a ll"iii l\ AMBTBMDAM.
tmeti i.i.in . N. I Nov II Fln atai te i al I 10
i i.'.'io.-k tnia mornlng In Joaeph Donnelly'a drug
. oi the Hotel Warnei B'.o k There waa greal
?li.-'it iiiuoiiL. ? ol thi hoti I, the - ?
? in, >i were fllle i a Ith .. lenao amoki
,.r thc k'" ? ' b) tnean of tha ttn
, eacapei U W \'. il. ' 'ItJ Mank.
i of Nlagari Palb "?ii' aaalati i from the ihlr.t
si..i> i,\ Bremen \\ H Orattan, .. BufTalo con
tractor. aad hla clark, r V Rcynolda of Buffalo,
ea.-ape.l from the thltl at .ry by the ald of B rope
The tluttiea wera confined i . the -li ta aton ... i il.e
boa oftloe of ine Opera ilona* liie ioaa .- ov.1
I |.'.."aj
KRAUEITS MUBDEBEB A BOY.
A LAD FIPTEEN YKAHS OLD CONFKSSK.S
THK CRIME,
lAii.HT APTER a LONU BEAEC? ANf) KOMF.
CLEVEB DETECTIVE WORK THK tTuRY
TOLD BT THB I'ltlsONKH
The pollce hav in cuatody the nuirderer of
VVIUI.m Krauer, who u-ia found laat Monday
mornlng hacki i i i plecea In tha raai of his
reataurant al No 1,251 Bacond-are. Ha Ih Ja<ot>
Bercheim, ? flfteen-year-old boy, who wa
reeted Prlday night at No. M King-at. The la.l
haa made a full confeaalon to Actlng Captaln
O'Brlen and told .. complete atory of tho crtme.
<? ptaln O'Brlen aald yeaterday that when he
learned >.f the murde be detalled Detectlvea
w .i.i.-. tVeiler, Krau h, VFalaer, Reldy an.l
Ryndcra on th'' eaa* Th y learned that Krauer
employed a number of >..ung Oerman boya. Ha
got from Mrai Pollnaky, wh.. h.night from Krauer
ti"- reataurant a N ? JIS Avenue A. the name* i
of all th.- boya who had been employed by I
Krauer. The pollce were Infoimad that ..ne of I
Iheae >ya, who waa known as "WU11*." had
i.n lupp ri d by K au< r, and thal tbree montha
ago the) had quarrelled and Willle had been |
He returned ?oon after the ruptur*
ar.d threatened to lalll Krauer The lad sei/.,d a
? md triel to st..b Krauer, but h.; was dla
.it ed md eje. t -.i from th. place.
IVORKIXU un A BLIJI CLEW.
<>n thli clew the detectlvea aat to *ror_ to Bnd ,
"Willle." They hunted all ovar th. Eaal Bld* for
.-. grooery Btore whlch they had been told was'
kept by "Wlllle'a' mother. Thoy ran acroaa the
atore ln Blxth-ai., between Flrat and Secor.d av*a
The proprietor t ld them that h. had purchaaed
ihe place from Jacob Bereahelm, wh.. had moved
: . No 4S Lai g-at., on .h\>\c 24. ln Newark lt
waa karne i thal Bereahelm was th.- rath-t of t.ie
bo) '.-.I.-.* n aa ' v, lll'e."
li.-..-. tive w-li. r wenl to Bereahelm and repre.
i ? elf is the proprietor of a c al and
wood pellar and pretended thal he aranted to
l,ii- a bov to work for hlm. Bereahelm aald that
mlghl ault hlm. but added thal
the ' ? al home. "He left home three
weeka as >, il I Bereahelm. 'and has not re
ttini- . tive W. ll- ? heard that the
St, Vincent's Hoapital. bul no re. ord
of hlm ? .und there The detectlvea alao
b ?y ii i i workad for a *rro
Houaton-at. Frlday night th* detec?
tlvea - ill thi igh H iuaton-Bt. for the
ii ? .- , oul thal Bamuel Phllllpa, a coal
92 Klr.g-at. h td -i b .y In hla am
ploy k ?? n aa Jake. Tiiis boy waa arreati I
I.ater h< waa Identlfled as the b..y "Willle," who
had tl I to klll Krauer.
THK V"' N'l PRISONER'B CONTEMION.
The young p la taken to Pollc* Head
- Actlng Captaln O'Brlen mIK.-i
wlth hlm for nearly two houra. He taxed the
boj wlth havlng kllled Krauer. The lad at flral
I all knowledge of the murder.
\. -I... lay mornlng when confromed w-uh two
boya, i- imed reaj.tlvely, Blerer and Huee, who
had been employed hy Krauer. and had heard
the prlaoner threaten to klll Krauer. th* lad
broke d iwn and confeaaed H. told autuit.ntl.lly
this st t \
!fo went to N'o 1.152 Recond-ave. on Baturday
nlKht about 9 o'elock Io aee Krauer. Krauer l-t
hlm In hv th? front door. H* aaked him to help
hlm cle.n np. anl h" dld so. They flnished the
work ahout 10:30. anl W.nt to hed MKeth*r. In
the mlddle of th" nisht they had a quarrei and
Krauer knoeked tho t*>y down on ih* Boor and
ihnmped his head a^ainat tho Arall The boy
ran out to the front of th" atore and grabbed
the axe, whlch was lylng on the floor. Krauer
foll iwed hlm, and the lad then atruck Krauer
on the head wlth the axe and he Ml down ln
the kltchen. Ja..>b then went over to a table
and grabbed the carvlng kmfe and cut Krauer's
throat. This waa aboul 1 a m.
The boy aay. he then went out of th* aid*
door Into the atreet, and down B*cond-ave. to
Tw.-lfth-st , th.nc* ii Pirat-ave., and then C* to
n ai
That nlghl he <?]<*r.t ln a lodfrlna-hoitae ar
Rlahth-at. and Avenue B. Blnce then he has
glept in varloua i. dglng-houaea and kept hia p..sl
tlon wlth Phllllpa.
DETECnVEfr 'l' H di work.
The lad told a atralghtforward atory nnd dla
played llttle emotlon. Actlng Captaln O'Brlen
aald thal ti:-- detectlvea who w irked on the i lae
deaerved greal Tedlt. Detectlv. Phlllp W.ller
.- ,. ti iferred to the Dete tive Bureau aboul
the nt ? an i was f rmerly ward deti i
... -i the Raai Slxty-aeventh I il i n, it.
whlch precin t Krauer was murdered. He
un.tderable ablllty as a de
? ? and haa made many clever captui i of
ll- wlll proba
prumoted to detective aergeart for his work ln
ll .; the Krau. r nr. -
The priaoner'a fathei beara a k.' repul
iloye 1 bj Ki" Cellul .ld Manufaei
.:i Newark it ia aald that the
n ind waa affecti I by a fall when he wai
yeara !
j. aeph Zehner, the Relglan, wh ? de in I
.ii unk that he was th i Kraui r, w 11
dlfchirg ?' from the county 1*11 In Pateraon
yeaterda] _
FELL FROM i TALL BCILDIS'G.
\ BON or JOHN JACK. THB ACTOR, MH - I
IIORRIBLE DE. :n IS PHILADELPHI v
P , . S - '?? \r:hur V. Jack, a -
ilxteen v.-ais and - ??-ran actor, J .hn
.la.-k. e;th.-r Jumped oi 11 from an upper atory
rpreaumabl) the I the Beta H
? -. : waa cruah. i int > a aha
? - teni young Jack itru '?< <i li Ige p
Ing fi -tn the i Btor) he L'nlted 8
allnt, ??
Beta Bull ng, i id, n I lande i In th- yard
Mini bull Itng. Thi b ???. ? i over eli
feel In hd.hi and welgbi l 183 pounda, attei led the
Boya" Central High Bchool thla clty. IIis prea
ence In the Beta Rulldlng cann : i>? explalned be
\ md .i - ipp laltlon th.it ne wi bi to ? * ip fl
obtaln a v.ew of the pity. \ ? .ry of Bulclde ??- u
a- flrat advi then IPP*'
for the commtaalon of auch ? ' ?'
mother la ^nn ?? Flrmln, ,, - - ind R <? I
II , the i omcdlan, la hla coualn,
TELBOBAPBIC S0Jt8
nenlaon, T.a., Nov. i... Pire deetroy. I the [?enti
B ock In Bherman, Tea at an aarl) houi
mornlng, I"he loss is $:. The bulldlnga were
the fineal In Northern Texai
1'i.t: .o-aari. \\ ash . Not M The temporar)
lam a i.it-h occupled the apace to b< tllled by
th>- graai k:..i* at the Oovernmenl dryd.
Bwepi awar by laal atght'a itorn , and tl
k -.- 'ompTi ? ? ierae.1 Th.
tn.it,-1 . - and w III ?! la) thi oi mini of the
ln k t'oi aevi ral wi eka
vVeai Barnatable, Maaa., No? IB Parker'i
ln k - oal iffl - ... i- . ? t< n i b) buralara
reaterday i.nli'iR and Ihe eal open, wreck
irii; the int-i.or ..r the Btore T ? buralara ea
,,. I .n .i tiandcar and took to tbe wooda Poat
tn.'-i.-r Parker itat. to la) thal hli peraona 1 loai
, -... ft . and BJ.O0O, iiK-luJlrig'
. it: l other s.-.-iirit ? -
Jefferaonvllle, Ind., N<>v II The Brotherhi
>.. mo I ? Englneera ha-. I. I i offer a larKe
reward and emplo) detectlvea to aas,*t in eaptur
,ii.; ront i lleorae Roberl who eacaped a few
... ..I-. - ..... KobertB'a ? r ">.nalated In wrecklng
ii "Hiii Pour" iraln tjeai Terre Haute In th* lat*
, i - ke, klillna Rnarli eei Merrlman u i hla
, man Then Rob. rta waa employed a a
? ii uaty" around tha pria ?n atablea
Blng amton, N V Not II Jamea T Weart, the
Phlladelphla anthropologlai who waa arreated here
yeBtenla) upon nfonnatlon received tr.n.i Phlla
Irlteil oul of iii- citj I ial nlKht
i,- the iwo ... tlvea from ihe Quaker Clly, W u.
Murehanl anl T F Wood Laal evenlna Ihe d*
t. tivea goi the pl lonei io algn .. |..ii..-r i\hHln_
hla ni/h: to a requlBil.on, and ln waa taken from
the rualody of the BherlfT w thoul th^ I'luef of Po
11,.. belng Informed ol l ic affalr.
Cotorado Bprlnga, f'ol., No* ll The \\>iis p. . ?
r_tpreaa ('.pan) haa offere l .. reward of ?
ne two men who held
Up und robbed Iheli night agenl hei,- ., t..w dayi
HK? Of I
i',,..i.,, \ \ . \n II rhe r H. Howard men
ttoned in the prei -- ivlag i ommi ta I
aulv I,- m Paila.-. Tex., on Thuraday, by putt ng
, ti hla . off.-> ts tiioiikti.t to be tha man who
apeni the >..i!^ parl of ihe eummer al ihe .'..
lumbla Hotel and who Baarrled Mlaa afaya Uar
r.-it. .< wealthy young woman of ihla rlll_ga Hv
aoon afterward I.fl lier. anl lt waa rejiorted that
h* had anoihar wif>- iiowar.i caata b*re fraai
? 'nllfornla and aitid he waa a lara* ralaer of hlooded
atock and a ba. uelor of cona'derable aealth.
WARJiIKE PKEPAHA110N3.
-
lngland's muv;:.mi:nts aoain^t tur
KfcY AND ASHANTEK.
A fMTKD NAVAL DaaBONaTBATtON TN TWJ
AK'IKAN IMMINKNT I.oKSK* PROtJ THK PlirP
BtrrUHNO I.O.-KOI T SKNATOR rnnc.E A8
AN gXPONRNT OR AaTRRICARTgM Pnt.tTI
CAL ORATORT THK K.VTIoN KF.NT
IRJSR PARTT thk >ftNTNn arroc*
CRtaia AI'PAHKNTI.Y PAHT I>>V
DON*8 INWIKI.IiV MI'NI'irAI.
MACHDfRRV BMOUBH oimn
ION SKTTIN'J aOAtRSn
DUNRAVRR,
[BT CABI.K TO THK TRIBtNE 1
'< npiirlqht. IS'.IJ ?>/ Tkt TttkmtH AttnH oftrfi
london. Nov. lf.?Bvaata 888 moving rapldly
the Baal Bquadrona an Balling under aix flaea
for Turklah watara, where a combiaad naval
flaanonatrBllon will ba made unlaaa th* Porta
comea to its aanaaa and pr imlaaa lo .-arry out the
reforma whlch bava liaai dema ided, Bvary iiy
brlnga a fiej?h tale of maaaacre from a aaa <r>ar
ter ?f the ?ultan'a domlnlona, bul it ls imp' *.*< bla
t.? de.ide arhether the gtoriea an- ti aa or faisa.
what aeema more probable than anythinK atae ia
that the Bttttan, even if he daatraa t.. do bo, eaa>
nol now auccead ln auppreaalng ihe Bariea of ' r
mldable revolta whlch have broken out. Appar
ernly !i>- is trylng t. BUramon hln a,enera'.?, to
ralae money, t-? g.-t the b>-*'. advlce and raatota
hl* authorlty; bul the thirsr foi bl.i haa ',<-en
exdted, and dlacontent baa brad anarchy, untll
hi.s aubjecta may have paaeed bayoad hla controL
Bvery favorite tiicka hlm ai I tralBca aith hia
feara lt i? n w doubtful whether he -an do more
than -hnnge Grand Vl/.i-rs a?aln aad make ptaaa
laee whl h cannot be fulfllled. ir tha s.nali Balb>
t.n Btatea wara mora imblttoua, the amaileat
apark mlght klndla a confUgratlon any day.
The naoat bopeful sign ia the boarty aeeata *??
isting among tha Powera. it la evf&aat that there
la a ib-iinit" underatandtng or al kaat threa
First, ;hat no Oovernmenl ahall act
aeparal dly, lhal tha ila Powara ihall
Btand together nt .-very Ktag-, thlrdly, that every
one ahall Band a Btrong fleet to crulaa la the
Aegean Bea; otiievwtaa, the dlplornacy of th<>
Eaatern queati n ls a gama of bllnd man a buf.
wlth every player's eyes bandaged
The Qneen has retutned to Wlndsor. to he ln
cloaer touch with her Mlnlatara In this r-rlsls. Pir
I'hllip Currle will leave England on Monday. after
recelvlng Inatructtoaa from the meeting of the
Cabinat hald t'l-day, and he wlll probably ba
anned with greater powara than he has ptavtoag*
ly exerclaed ln I'oiistantinopie.
Offlcera and men wlll also Btart fo? the O'ld
to-day, no answer to nritish demanda
havlng b"en rerelved fr..m the Klng of Ashantee.
Tre work of equlpplng thla expedltion Ifl I.ord
W.'lseley's flrst Barvtca as (_'ommander-ln-Chtef,
and as h* one*. led a vi.-torioua COtUBSB 8Cr8BB
the eoantry, n* aught to know what la wanted.
The cnltimn is so w-^ak tn nurnbera?barely four
teen hundred men rhai lt Is probable a
aerloua camratgn wlth the rhlef of Coomasale
Is not Intended. btit only a re< onnolssanoe la
f.,roe. Slr Pranela BCOtt, a well aeason*4 aol
dler, wlll command the expedltion.
The payment of an Indemnlty of 13n.00O for
the murde-r <>T the trader St-ikes wlll not niark
the end of the Oongo outrage. Somefhlng more
than blood-money ha* been demanded The C:>n
go <tate will be requlred to put faptaln lrtiialre
on trial for murder before lt ran b* releaaed from
reaponalMllty lor the atrootous crlme.
Rumora Of war nnd naval preparatlon lnereaee
tho feetlng of publlc Impatlenoe wlth the con
du r of the maatera In rhe !n,-k"iit ln tho ahip
bulldlng trade. Th- Belfaat and Ulyde employera
ar. oonafderad to i-1 actlng aith alngalarty bad
judgment, and a nrttlement of the dlapata ia
earneatl) dealrad. other natlona ar.- prof'.ting by
the enfoi ed Idleneaa of the Britlah ahlpyarda
?;. r..i.iiiv h i* eecured a contract for torpada
Norway whlch wmld have gone to
the Clyd bulldgra, and a large itallan ordaf
for fjfte m veaaeta and much work for Japan may
There bj i general outCT) for nrbl
?, ,- , bul on tha Clyd" there ran ba aothlaal
trete, bacauaa thera la ti" dlapute bi tw-.-en
maatera and man; w? >i k haa I.n atopped there
bcauae the Belfasl maatera had ?? waga quarral
wlth a few englneera and demanded ?> aympa
; ckout under thelr agreemenl with the
i '|y lr maatera.
m- Bayard haa received 'r^- i Tii nde? the eg*
ceptlonal hon. r ..f the pref'entatlon of the free.
h dty. He opened the exhlbltlon of fl"*
?. ? - w.\.\ .ni addreaa In ezcellent taste. bur ln a
. ;..,,? ape h before the Chamber of Coaa*
he followad the lines "f hla Bdlnburgh free
The jute menhanta ruild aava t 11
th ng ab iul competltlon from the pau
ibor ?' Indla, whlch ia now rnanaclng thelr
great Induatry arlth ruln and Indudng them t-> b??
lleve that Amerlcana have not been far out "f
the way m protectlng thelr workera agalnst Ku
labor; and h>- could bava Infotvaad them
that th'- Amerlcan fraa trade party whleh he
repreaenta had lefl a SS per eaal duty on thelr
manufacturea But theae oonfldencea were not
exchanged, ^i!1.'-'- Dundee meanl to honor a great
Natlor. b) paytng a bandaoma oompiiment t" its
Ambaaaad r. it was unfortunata that he BhoaM
have aelaed the oc aslon for ratmlrJaal by impii.'H
tion thal natl a for its protectlon ??hereaiea."
Mr. Bayard ia llked in Bngland, and Bvanaaa are
ah iwered upon hlm wherever he g"e?. but Hritiah
ambaaaadora never tal t< ca when they are
abroad; much lesa J" they conderan the flaral
aystem actually ln forca ln thelr "van ooaatryj
and in this reapi t Mr Bayard mlght aith pro
i.iiet> be ua Bngllah aa thaj ara
Benator Lodge'a laat araak In London haa N-en
pleaaantl) Bpent, his t'.me brlng fully taken up
with Knviai engaganienta. Whlla he ia known.
Ilka Mr Depew, to bl a \ig roua exponent of
Amerlcan Ideaa ef dlplotnacv and government.
aml baa franklj eapreaaad hla \>??, yet he baa
I nol uadehlnuel! ioaraUyiaapoaalhta.aa ti-. pi.ra^j
runa. pn tha . ntrary, he has revt-lved niuvh at
j tantloa In Lond. n, iiita Tieen lnvlted to many
huusea and haa been ktked wharavar he baa been
ai ? in hia true light, aa a ir.an of true Anieruan
feellng. "Tl a Chronlcle" haa publiahed an ex
j veiient iBtarvtea aith blaa an tne Ba^aaroa Doc
trlna ani the Venaauaia .lueation, but avtdaat*
: i> the edltor waa trtghtanad bj it. a>acaaaa ?e
employad Mr W T Btaad to fottow it up with a
i oountarautemenl of Britun rlghta "The Chjvav
alarm waa naadlaaa. as tha ?anatot'a re
maik^ Btmpl) Involvad h laeid and dignirted re
atatament of tbe origl tal -\> ?r *? MaaaaBgax not *?
a propoattlon of Intarnatlonal law, but a> an
Amarlean prtnclpla and the aaclaratton of a pollcy
' of vitai Importance to tha ooantrj Ue was. how
ever, outagmkan la tegard t.- Veaaauala, ...-s.-it
lltg that whlla t.ie Unltad Stat.-H haa n ithtng to
io Wlth any uueaii.Ui "f ivj itativn foi iiijurn.-e
Bttfferad by BHUah auaiei ir-. Il oanaot ailow new
terrltory t.> ba aeejuhrad 11 ?> BarogaBB l'owar
; andar eomt of Buoh daaaand,
it is fortunata thal thla calaa and .iignitWd
tirm Btataraanl <?f tha AaagftaaR paaHioB haa
IMPORTANT ALTRRATIONI
wa aiier i-i.t.r:ullj aad wIthoui . harga *"> garwaal
,?, -, i,i,i low. i prlced garmenta are ai>i'.?h
and th.iroughly talliiK-d 8ults IU' to tJo. Overeoatf
$15 to 8n.i OKORflE Q BBNJAMIN. BROADWAgL
I cull MTH-8T.- Adv.

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