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FALL OF LARISSA.
Itouaoa Revolutionary Eontimont in Athona Creek Iletrcat to rtmrealoo Turk Are JablUnl-UsOIInleter Italll Saya lletreot Wao In. nrcfiiarjr, Athens, April 26. The Greek array Isas fallen back to a scoond line of de fense. A dispatch urns received from l'rinc Constantino Saturday to the ef ioct that the Greek army, after a ter rific battlo at M&tl, was driven bick by force of numbers and had retreated to l'harsalos. Col. Mast rains' brigade, which luul leen repulsing reieo ted at tacks of the Turks at MatJ with pTeat beroism, was not able to keep its posi tion and withdrew toward Tyruavos. In a war council presided over by Prince ConsUintine it was decided to leave Tyruavos and Larissa and withdraw to vard rharsaJo, about 20 miles south of Larissa, where a decisive battle will probably take place. The Greek army withdrew in perfect order, although pursued by overwhelming numbers of Turkish infantry find cavalry. The brigades under Cols. Fmolentz and Iimoioulos withdrew from the passes of IJeveni and Iioughazi in pnort order. Tho wounded remain at Larissa under the protection of the lied Cros Hag. Half a dozen or more? attacks were made by the Turks before they finally succeeded in driving the Greeks Lack to Kazaklar. From I-"nzak!nr they re treated to Larissa, which place they evacuated without a Ftruggle simply because- the Turkish troops were rap idly inclosing them in u trap. With the couth still open, the GrceUs took ad vantage and withdrew to PharsaJos, where it is cxjectcd thi next battJe w ill take place. Upon reaching Pharya los the troops began to intrench them selves in anticipation of pursuit bv tho Turks. I'crllnir nt Constantinople. Constantinople, April 20. The tri umrvh of the Turkish arms has caused the liveliest satisfaction here. The fol lowing telegram from J'dhein Pasha la posted everywhere: "Lnrtas.i was oc cupied to-day by the cavalry of the imperial army. The Hellenic troops fied in disorder, abandoning n large quantity of nrms nnd ammunition." Ainhcd llifsi, commander of tho Turkish forces i n F.pirus, telegmphs that the Turks have recaptured Pen tepigadia fortress. The Greeks h:id TiOi) killed and 21U wounded. The Turks bad 51 killed and three wounded, and they captured 02 Greeks. A large quantity of -stores, ammunition and (jHuj rifles was abandoned by the Greeks. Aiitfcr nt A then. London, April 27. The most serious feature, in the Greco-Turkish emer gency is tho revolutionary feeling dis played nt Athens. Ex-Minister Ualli, leader of the principal opposition group in the legislative assembly, threatened that unless the military staff was "changed he would issue a proclamation to the jK'Ople. His statements acted like oil ujon fire, nnd the popular cx ciUnncnt has flared up. Crowds assem bled in the streets to discuss them and wanted to march to tho palace to read them to King George. Fortunately, heavy showers drove the people in doors. Dclynnnla Farced to Act. M. Delyannis, keenly alive to the ne cessity of immediate octlon, had an audience with the king, and after the interview announced that the stuT o! the crown prince would L? recalled and that ex-Minister Ilalli, with three of his nominees (Jen. Smolensk!, (Jen. Mavromichali and Col. Dimopoulo would Ik appointed to replace them. Itnlll DrniMinrri the l'rlncc In an Interview M. Palli unsparingly denounced Constantine's stall, which he holds responsible for nil that has 3inpjened. He denies that there vns any rcnl Rattle at MatJ; says the Creek troops were never defeated nt that point, and attributed, the sudden de cision to abandon Tymavos and Laris sa to tho cowardice and incapacity of tho general staff. Whatever may le the value of M. TJalli's strictures, they seem for tho moment echoed by tho voice of the multitude. Newspapers which only the other day were eulogizing King (Jeorgo and M. Delyannis for having placed themselves nt the head of the national crusade are now hounding on the peo ple ngainst the constituted authorities. Sn Itelrent Warn I'nnoceaenry. M. Ilalli Rdicvcs the abandonment of Tyrnavos nnd Iarissa to have been not tudy unnecessary but most ill-advised, tin it endangered the safety of Gen. 8molcnr.lv I'd column, which, however, fortunately succeeded in making it v-ny to Pharsalos. One Greek battalion, entering Tyrnavos after the Turkish occupation, was compelled to surren der. The army, as a whole, retreated in t mall detachments to Pharsalos. Ailinnrlnir on l'revcaa. Athens, April 27. A dispatch from Arta, filed nt 2:45 Monday afternoon Fnyn the left wing of the Greek army nt 1'pirus, under tho command of Col. fJoliphinopulos, was ndvnncing vic toriously on Prevesa. It w as garrisoned by 2,500 Turks. For two days thero liad Ix-en heard the continual loomlng of cannon from the Greek war ships, !but the garrison still held out. Prominent 1'rrionnsri Wedded. Ft. IxmU, Aprii7.I)r. John F. Hill, of Augusta, Me., was married to Mr. Laura Colman Liggett, daughter of Hon. Norman J. Colman, fx-secrctnry of agriculture, at the residence of hrr father in this city. Dr. John Snyder, pastor of the Church of the Messiah, performed the ceremony. I'nmoni Mmhcuintlclaii Drnd. Syracuse, N. V., April 27. Dean John Ilaymond French, vice chancellor of Syracuse university, died nt hi horn in this city Monday. He was 72 yeara old. He w as rcgnrded as one of the best mathematicians in the world. EFFECT OF THE WAR. Don A Co. Tell How It Influence tbe Marktt. New York, April 24. R. G. Dun & Co. in their weekly review of trade say: "If either Turkey or Greece had been wholly burled In the sea. market mleM have been affected lea than by the out break of war tn Kurort. Like fire in the heart of a crowded city. It raised the ques tion If a general conflagration might Bjprln out of It. To this possibility, and not to tho direct influence of either Turkey or Greece upon the world's money or produce mar kets, wu due the excitement In grain and stocks. Aa the unknown Is magnified. American markets were much more flighty than European, where the possibilities have been discussed and partJy discounted for month. Hut the uncertainty remains, and will affect the movement of money and staple until It disappears, creating a larger demand for American produce at higher prices, causing hasty speculative selling of securities at times, but also more continuous buying by foreign Investors, and not Improbably Influencing the atti tude of foreign powers on questions Im portant to this country. "Wheat rone bIx cents from Thursday to Monday, and has retained most of the rle. Since Russia and the Danublan states will be likely to rhlp w.Vat scantily, es poclal needs and higher prices being pos sible there, a larger .haro of tho require ment!! of western Europe may naturally bo drawn from this country, and tho chanre of a war between th great powers has tho more Influence, because supplies there are not largo. "The past week, llko others of late, has witnessed the starting of opr-ratlons by several iron works, especially In black sheets for tinning, and yet prices of pig Iron and unfinished products ore lower, demand not yet equaling the supply. East ern works liave ordcru for 15,000 tons of ateel rails. "The end of stipulated curtailment has been reached by some cotton mills, and nearly by nil, and since the auction sales some bleached goods havo been slightly advanced, but actual buying does not In crease, and print cloths do not Improve. Manufacturers aro doing scarcely any thing, and orders for goods Improve very little, though for somewhat better grades of goods. "Failures for the week have been 213 In the United States, against 23.9 last year, and 21 In Canada, against 41 last year." JUDGE HOLMAN DEAD. Career of a Noted Indiana Cunsrcm in n n Cloaca. Washington, April 23. Representa tive Holman, of Indiana, died at his REPRESENTATIVE HOLMAN, Or INDIANA. home here on Thursday, after an illness of Konie weeks. Spinal meningitis wai th cause. Illtf Mills In Trouble. New Bedford, Mass., April 21. The embarrassment of the Ilowland, IJoteh & lied ford company mills is announced. The total liabilities are $1.521, C2H; total assets, $o,09S,555. Tho mills are prac tically under one management. Mor gan Hotcli Ls president of them all, and William 1). Ilowland treasurer. It is said that the creditors will be paid in full. The stockholders may lose 5 or 60 jht cent. President Ilotch said notes had conic due for which thero was no provision. This had led to nn examina tion of the books, nnd a statement would bo made to tho creditors of the actual state of affairs. olnnr to I'lalit for Circooo. New York, April 21. Five hundred and sixty-two (J reck recruits tailed on the French lino steamship La Cham pagne for Havre. From this they will be transported via Marseilles to tho ncene of the conflict letvccn their coun trymen nnd the Turks. The recruit como from different cities, aa follows: Chicago, 250; Ilinningham, Ala., 15; Atlanta, fia., 8; Minneapolis, 20; Bos ton, 25; Lowell, 8; Hartford, C; Trenton,, N. J., C; Haiti more, 6; Indianapolis, 1?, end about 200 from this city. llnuk Folia. Chicngo, April 27. Kcliaar, Koch Sr. Co.'s bank, 2C03 Halstcd street, closed its doors Monday morning upon ieti tion of Franz Koch, a member of the banking firm. Judge Horton appoint ed Charles L. Boyd receiver of the con cern. In tho bill for a receiver the as sets nrc placed at $75,000. The liabil ities are raid to be about the samo amount. Koch charges his partner with making investments jr. spite of his pro tests. Cyclone In lotra. Anamosn, la,, April 21. A cyclone passed just a little west of this city Thursday night nt nine o'clock. It was preceded by a severe rain and hailstorm. Hall ns large ns walnuts covered the ground, and thero Ls not a skylight left In tho city. A Rtrip ten feet wide was mown through the heavy timber, nnd great trees were twisted off. Houses nnd Kirns were demolished. No lives Lave lecn reported lot. Department Store Cloaed. Warsaw, Ind., April 27. The I'nter prise department store has closed its doors. Liabilities, from $50,000 to $70,-C00. Murderer buleldee. Detroit, Mich., April 27. The body of nn unknown German who shot himself dead in Windsor Sunday has been fully identified ns that of John A. Dittman, who Inst week killed Nellie Bergln in Detroit nnd escaped before his crime was discovered. Dittman had been working in Windsor ns n gardener. To Heat Dlnaley Tariff. Havre, April 21. The atenmer La Touroine sailed for Neve York Friday, one day ahead of her schedule time. She carries a lot of American imports and desires to reach New York before. May 1, in tlcw of the Dlngley tariff. HAS LITTLE CHANCE, The Came of Greece! Conaldereil to lie I. oat. New York, April 29. A dispatch to the World from London says: "That the Oreek cause Is lost Is now sor rowfully admitted by her wurmeat sup porters here. "The details dribbling In of the disor dered flight from Iarlssa have effectually killed any lingering hope of an effective stand being made at l'harsalos. Greece has not been vouchnafed a general of the stamp needed to restore the morale of her army after such a lapse Into panic. "Whether the war will survive the dynas ty or the dynasty the war Is now the ques tion agitating men's minds here. , "News of the hemming In and capitula tion of the Oreek army, followed by a revolution at Athens, Is hourly expected." l'aris, April 29. Tiie French news papera urge the power to intervene be tween Turkey and Greece, cecially as the fate of Greek dynasty is now In volved nnd ns Turkey Las every reason to be satisfied with her victories, while Greece must accept the inevitable. Vienna, April 29. The newspapers of tltiseity.St. Petersburg nnd l'.uda-l'csth comment upon the meeting of the em perors of Lussia and Austria as being evidence of nn agreement of the powers to speedily bring to un end the war be tween Turkey and Gretce. London, April 29. A dispatch to the Daily Mail from l'aris ays that M. Hnnotaux, the French foreign minister, had a the hours' interview with the Turkish ambassador. It is understood thnt the subject under discussion was the terms upon which the powers are to Lase their intervention between Greece nnd Turkey. London, April 29. The Daily News correspondent nt l'aris says that M. Urnotaux in the course of the con ference urged the Turkish ambassador to advise the sultan to hold out the olive branch to Greece, adding that if the Turkish troops went further France would be compelled to come forward n.s the defender of the Christian cause. In that event, said M. Hanotaux, Tur key would hae the more reason to re gret the intervention of the jKiwers, which would tint serve as n prop for th Ottoman empire. It Is understood t lint M. Hanotuux expressed the earnest 1iojh that the Turkish government would not make the serious mistake of increasing the difliculties of the task of Hurope. Little or nothing seems to be known nt Athens or is reported here as to the movements of the Greek fleet. The only news of actual lighting in prog ress comes from Yelestino, which com mands the ro:id to Yolo. l'osibly this indicates an intention of the Turks to march southward. It is said that Kd hem l'asha has sent a white flag to Yolo with the assurance that the Turkish troops will inflict no damage upon the city or citizens. There seems little doubt, therefore, that he intends to oe cup' Yolo. The Greek forces now ex tend in a 14-mile line from l'harsalos to Yelestino. l'harsalos commands the Turkish pass and the road leading to Athens by way of Larissa. The Daily Mail's correspondent says thnt King George, on receiving a dis tinguished caller Wednesday, said to him: "I am ready to accept all my country's wishes. What I desire is that not a drop of blood shall be shed on my account." Athens, April 29. Public excitement Is Increasing every hour. The for eigners nre hoisting thdr national flags over the buildings inhabited by them. A popular outbreak is feared. The opposition deputies have issued the following nddress to the people: "FpMow PltlJton: Tn the critical period through which the country Is paHlncr, summoning of tho chamber Is necessary.', The opposition believes It to bo Its duly to nddress to nil citizens n recomrnrnda tlon nnd a request to do nil In their power to contribute to the malntonnnon of orl r which Is Indlspennnbbi not only for tho safety of all. but because It constitutes nn Indlxprr-xablo element for safeguarding tho honor and rights of the nation. "Iet us not forget that the enemy Is tread In jc the soli of our country nnd that our army Is confronting It. Such a mo ment anyone attempting to disturb order would bo nothing but an ally of the Turks." Alliens, April 2. The Greek troops In F.pirus have been losing ground and have been obliged to retire to Luros. A FAST TO A FINISH. Clinllenure lamieil liy nn Indlnnlna AntlouM to IlueU Dr. Tanner. Indiana Mineral Springs, lud., April 29. A fast to a llnlsh is the latest thing picposed in the sporting line. II. L. Krnmer has issued a challenge backing the celebrated faster, Dr. H. S. Tanner, i-ainst all comers, for $10,000 in a finish ctuitest. On behalf of Dr. Tanner, Mr. Krnmer challenges any person to n con test for $10,000 a side, the condition be ing that until one or the other acknowl edges himself beaten both contestant shall abstain from all food or drink, each contestant, however, to be allowed one gnllon jug of pure spring water per day. Mr. Kramer Is one of the best known capitalists in Indiana. He Is an enthusiastic admirer of Dr. Tanner. DEED OF A TRAMP. A l ittle lioy 1 Killed lr n Unite nt Mrentor, III. Streator, 111., April 29. Frank Du h iunells killed Ihe-year-old John Lebo here Wednesday morning, hitting him with the sharp edge of a spade ami splitting his skull open. Duhamells was n tramp nnd was working in the garden while the mother of the boy was preKiring him a meal. The boy asked him If he was a tramp. This angered him and he struck the boy with the spade. Only the action of Chief of l'o lice Ou iif in getting Duhamells out of the city prnentcd lynchii There are now 74.000 members in the L. A. W., nnd the division ofliciala ore sanguine that tho figures will be in creased to 150,000 by next fall. The loy who Is always telling what Jobs nro offered him, is not the one who gets them. It sounds funny to hear the most shltfless man in tow n criticise another man's shiftlessness. Poultry may not give you a fortune, but It w ill bring money into your pocket-book If you will give it nttcntlon. HovT'a ThlsT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any case of Catarrh that can cot be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney &. Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the hint 15 years, and believe liim perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry olit any obligations made by their firm. 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