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Corporation and Railroad Law, Aooldent and Condemnation Casea a Specialty. Suit 1520 to 1524 Unity Building. 70 Dearborn Street. Beferraoei to Client. Upon Application.; RESIDENCE, 700 Walnut 6t. Frederick S.Baird ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 1007-0 TEUTONIC BLDG, 172 Washington it. TKL. MAIN 4080, OHIOAOO. Christ's Mission. Our Rnvlor cnino Into thlt world not nlonu for tlio .Tow Isli imtlon, but to Knthcr unto himself nnd enlist under the hloort-stnlnocl bitnnor of tho cross nil men of nil tin tlons nntl kindreds nnd tribes. llov. Kritucls IIiiKon, Mornvlnu, York, I'd. Residence, 6BB Bemtnarr At. Tel. L. V, as. Morllz Kaufman, Justice of the Peace. Frledensrlchter. Office, 534 Lincoln A v., Corner rSUefltoia Av, Raaldonaat Tataahane) 4aa Kmeralal Av. Tarda eai J. J. HENNESSY. Justice of the Peaci AMD- Notary Publio. 4147 t. Halatad St. rOLlCR MAOIBTRATK, rill f A 134 took Tarda Polloe Ooui. 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Vflor IoiivIiik tlu tinlvorslly Mr. I Hit l'lcliKon otitei'iMl thu olllco of the Ken- ornl stock nt-'ont of tho WiiIimsIi Hull- road, icniiilnliiK' for four years niitl if- THE ARMENIAN OUTRAGES. A Conipciiiy of Drunken KunU Htlrrcil . Up the Trouble. Thu massacru of Armenians, which has been carried on lit Turkey for over a year with atrocious brutality, was bi'Kim by thu Kurds. It has been stated upon authority that two Kurds, who had L'UKitKod In it drunken quarrel with their companions, weru killed In a small Interior town. The comrades, to shift thu offeiisu from their shoul ders, carried thu bodies to an Armen ian church. Knrly tho following day thu two dead Kurds wcro found on thu doorstep of the Christian Church. An nlarm wns ut oneo given. Thu cry went forth: "Thu Armenian dogs havo killed our biethren! Let us rlso nirnlust them!" How well they did tho rising thu civil. Ized world already knows. Tho pages of history havo no blacker spots, If as black, ns tho ones that -have recorded thu Inhuman nnd brutnl murder of de fenseless men, women, nnd children. Thu Kurds havo always hated thu Christians. From time Immemorial they havu ravaged mid murdered the Armenians, and In nearly every In stance the Sultan of Turkey hns looked upon their murderous assaults with favor. A general massacre of tho Armenians took place after thu finding of tho Kurds' bodies. The men who had killed them joined In tho general slaughter. Women were compelled to look on whllu their babes weru de capitated and cut In two by this brutal til he. Many of thu Armenians of both mxes sought their churches for safety, but everywheru tho bloody carnagu went on. A fow of thu Christian youug men mado n stand for their lives. Word was at once sent, on this account, to thu ruler of thu provlucu that tho Ar menians weru up In arms. He-enforcements wore needed, or else they (thu Kurds) would bo swept off tho earth by the Armenians. I.lku the spreading of n praltiu tlru thu Inhuman butchery fpiead from one cud of thu Turkish em pire to tho other. It will never bo known how many Armenians havu been killed since thu general massacres began, but thu num ber has been estimated conservatively nl over n quarter of u million. It will lm Interesting at this time, how that thu eyes of thu civilized world n ro upon Turkey, to know something of thu Kurdish tribe. This race of peo ple Inhabit that section of Turkey near thu Persian frontier, though they nro now to bo found In all parts of thu em pire. Tho Persians claim thu right to govern n part of Kurdistan, whllu tho greater part Is supposed to bu under thu uilu of tho Sultan. Whllu thesu two powers say they rulo them, tho Kurds look with scorn upon any el tort of gov ernment. No 0110 over saw a Kuril In his own territory that would acknowl edgu tho sovereignty of any power bu tides their own chiefs, whom they adore. To sen tho Kurd In anything which icsembles his original character, tho tiavelur, If ho desires to risk his life, must seek thosu ranges which form a nut urn 1 barrier between 1'ersla and Turkey In Asia, extending from Mr. Ainrnt to tho region of llagdad. There tho Kurds enjoy thu wild freedom which has been a real part of their ex Istencu from tho earliest period of tho nice. It may bo tho good fortune of tho visitor to bo courteously received by ilits tribe. If so, ho will never regret having made an effort to reach such n region that seemingly from Its Mi migcncss belongs to another planet. They will entertain him, placu all the (roods of their limublu shelters at his disposal, but woo bo It If they look up on him with disfavor. Hut It Is not tho real Kurd, thn Kurd In thu homo of his ancestors, who has been guilty of countless atrocities against Christians. It Is the Kurd who has degenerated Into a Turkish soldier. Thu typo has altered and Instead of tho singing and gaudily dressed mountain Kurd, ho Isn shallow typo of a fanatic, whoso fneo denotes that tho owner pos Besses tho vices and cruelties of his rulers. Ho Is tho specimen of tho old tlmo Kurd who may bo found In tho hIkiiIiij: o heeoine (h-pilly sheriff of Morgan Couniy in 1X71. Ho was tlicrc for lluw terms ami was ejected Sher iff In 18X0. Two years laler ho entered thu newspaper IiunIiiohm, In which ho eiifriiKod until .(miliary, 1MII. when tho Domocratlu caucus chose him liy accla mation for Clerk of the House. Mr. llliirlehseii has made a splendid rec ord as Secretary of Stale. He Is mm of the ahlcsl and most popular Demo crats In Illinois, nnd It Is believed he will carry tho Sixteenth District for Congress liy from 7,ihmi to lo.ouo majority. vanguard of Turkish soldiery butcher ing his fellow men. The Sultan of Tur key could not have found a better class of people to carry on tho slaughter of Christians than thesu Kurds, who havo degenerated from the ways and homes of their ancestors. Thu wholu sum of their characters may bo summed up as religious fan nllcs and human brutes. QUEEREST OF HAILSTONES. riicuonieiiiil tMiowcra In ViirlnitH l'iirt of the Country. Humboldt, tho great scientist nnd nn undisputed authority on atmospheric ns well ns other natural phenomena, tells of a hailstorm which passed over Tuscany on March 14, 18111, ever' leu Clobulo of tho entlro fall being of it beautiful oraugo color. Flvu years prior to that extraordinary event, Cur l'lola, Germany, wns treated to a fall cf tlvo feet of blood-red snow. This was followed by n full of blue hull, which Is said to have given "the wholo facu of nature an exceedingly curious aspect." Ited hiillstoues fell In Amsterdam In 171'U, nt London lit HMU (during tho tlmo of thu great plague), mid nt divers places In Ireland and France during tho early part of tho present century. In 181:i it monstrous hailstone fell at Munsou, Mass. It Is described In tho Wulthum Ileglster of July 15 of that year us follows: "Kxtremes. four feet long, three feet wldo and two foot thick. After thu rough part of tho body had been removed there remained a clear, solid block of Ico two feet threo Inches long.ono foot and six Inches wldo mid ono foot and three Inches thick." Tho most extraordinary hailstorm of history, ns fur ns tho queer shapes of the hailstones wero concerned, wns that vl.leh occurred on tho Wndl Oasis In the Desert of Sahara In 1851. Tho In dividual Ico chunks weru of nil Int nglnablu forms. There wero wheols with four, six nnd eight spokes, dumb bells largo nnd small, triangles, cylin ders, both solid and hollow, somo of i ho solid ones being ns much as six Inches In length mid not larger In di ameter than n load pencil. Tho coin man round hailstones congealed to gether In their descent, forming Into fantastic pyramids, llko tho old pic tures of the plled-up cannon balls; souin took upon tlicni8clmes tho forms of gi gantic bunches of grapes, mid other masses "fell In tho shapo of necklaces, crowus, cresses, etc." In a hailstorm In Wisconsin In 1SS0 tho Individual "stones" wero of mnny odd shapes nnd forms. Somo woro shnped llko ginger snaps, others llko watches, loaves of bread, etc. St. Louis Itepubllc. TOGETHER THEY STAND. Tlio Cut Cuiiie llnck with u United I'n ml ly. At No. -IL'U North Illalr nventio, St. Louis, lives Mr. II. .1. Mueller, who Is tho owner of it cat which went uwav several weeks ago and returned with am. .101x1:11 ioor,riii:ii, n quartet of kittens which wero all milt ed. Tho point of Junction Is at thu hind leg. Tho Interesting family was united In body, but not In niliid. They gen erally wanted to follow their heads, and us thoy could not make much head way all pulling against each other, It necessarily fell out that tho strongest went his wny, lugging tho othor threo at his heels. Finally one cat died, mid tho others wero chloroformed. Thu four aro now In alcohol. Couscleuco Is very oftcu coufouuded with oplulou. WimfMm '-!nf.tViitL' - v,",..