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Semi-Weekly Statesman (Newspaper) - May 24, 1887, Marshall, Michigan May whole Advertus Nientsu to five or less inserted under this head at 25 Yenta per week Over Fife fro for Onoye Arom Trade Dur Ham apply to a Miles North of since beginning business in i have placed 50 adef us ing signs through Tho adjacent country All of which have Boon destroyed by some i will 850 Reward for information which will lend to Tho conviction of the person or per sons who committed this Boot and shoe 5 death on the collision Between the Ocean steamers celtic and Britannia fur s 1 spin unit fixed 1 and 3 years 1 2yearold Blacic Cloud Sui also imported and Purn homered Shrop Shire Horesi Dencoff the Plato Wollk horses for 4 and 5 years Plaj weigh nearly 1300 each will sell on time if can be seen at Niy residence on West state w25martf Jesse for farm of 80 a Miles from new House Good barns nearly All the is improved 15 acres of wheat on the inquire of of the tft4feb Ortt acres of hard Wood to Exchange for real estate in school 1 Miles from a Eiford real i nod Titow House within Mas inquire at the Marlof help the b lock Wood for h mile East of 5 Miles from of new school for the Vij one second cloth in mood inquire at 201 state Street of purity real ent Atn farm be inquire of House so on Spruce Street for inquire of feb3tf Foll and lot 4x8 West Side Marshall 3d North of pros poet of t0 farms j from one to five years in Terest payable annually the privilege of paying 8101 or More at any time and stopping no commission no charge for recording for further particular f Call on or address l office with Ellas hkwi1 real conveyancing and collection has for Sale a number of Large and steal and City will buy and sell examine pay office 138 slate for any drug Fob ant Patent for a Brash of any kind for artist fora to drug furniture five a Saengorn of the latter vessel killed and Many badly disaster takes place in a dense a a trash at new May British of the White Star from liver and the British Steamer of the Samo Fronti now York for liver accompanied by the steamers British Queen and arrived the Purser of Tho Britannic reported that on May at Tho celtic and Britannic collided in a dense the celtic struck the Britannic Bow hitting Hor Abaft the Mizzen Mast at 4 the celtic had perceived Tho reversed her in and struck Tho Britannic a glancing when Tho latter to fill several Steerage Passen Gers who were lounging about aft at Tho time of Tho collision were and eight or ten people vw0re injured by Tho Iron work As it fell or by Tho Wood work As it was crushed Steerage passengers say that among Tho killed were Throe a woman and a Girt they be Lieve that two or three others whom they Havo not soon since the collision May to among Tho dead and thrown All Tho dead it is were thrown overboard on Tho night after the four of those Hurt wore too dangerously to a taken care of on Tho Steamer after it arrived outside Tho bar and were brought to Vin cents Hospital As soon As Tho Britannic began to fill the lifeboats were launched and Tho work of transferring the passengers to Tho celtic there was Groat excitement every Tho Crow were As badly frightened As any of Tho passengers and under very Little control of their several women were on Tho Point of jumping into the boats after they had reached this but they were held there was no sea on at Tho but the round swell was heavy and a jump from Tho deck would Havo landed them the us Tho boats wore Bobbing up and Down at a Groat several of the male Steerage passengers jumped into Tho boats As they wore leaving Tho ships otherwise the passengers be have a pad was made and placed Over Tho Hole in Tho and she was turned about toward new having arranged with the celtic to keep Tho celtics Bow is stove but otherwise Tho is not much the Britannica compartment is full of to latest obtainable information regard ing Tho dead and wounded is is follows of Iowa Rose Rob a Little girl of and three names Jane pall Arm injured Rosa new Back and leg bruised Anglo suffering from nervous Shock and loss of voice caused by exposure and being wet through Patrick of Wilkes fractured leg William fractured hip Rose new York Back and legs injured George a thur compound fracture of thu the officers of Tho Britannic and Tho celtic Aro very Captain Perry been induce to say that Tho celtic was to blame in that she did not Back at full for that would have Belpon the Britannic to or at least Lessen Tho but there seems to have been no attention made in Tho Speed of the some of Tho Steerage passengers com Plain that the dead bodies wore disposed of in a manner that lacked even Tho Ela ments of they aver that the sailors shovelled overboard bloody fragments much As they did the Small de Bris caused by the statements Are not very Clear on this As the remains were disposed of when most of the passengers were put of it was officially stated at Tho office of the White Star Lino As far As but four of the Steerage passengers killed in Tho collision Between the celtic and the Britannic were buried at the first Load of Steerage passengers from the celtic was landed at Castle Gar Den yesterday 300 in All the Steerage passenger list of the celtic included 767 various estimates of Steerage passenger list of the Brit panic were made at the office of the the figures Range Between 120 and 310 per no sign of the furniture Gofter ers from the Laka Linden Flag ration Appeal Fop by Foreit fir of in Wisconsin and Michigan estimated at May particulars of the burning of Lake Linden show that the stamp Mills of the Calumet Osceola and other mines were As were also the new smelting works of the Calumet Hecla at the Village of Grove ton was not touched by the As the wind blew in Tho opposite the losses at Lake Linden Are now Esti mated at to with about Newman Rolease and William Harris Are the principal the following Dis Patch has been received Lake May have 400 Diestl Tut Money is needed for imme Diate father r May the de tails of the fire that destroyed Lake Lin Den come in it appear that fully people Are sufferers by the and it is now Learned that Orie Man was burned to telegrams and letters asking Aid for the sufferers have been sent Tho villages of Hancock and Houghton have contributed and prominent All Over Tho Copper country Are Rais ing the losses in the upper Peninsula of Michigan and the Northern tier of counties of Wisconsin since May 1 Are estimated at May special to the evening from says the Village of on the Omaha about eighteen Miles South of that was entirely destroyed by which id now swooping through the valuable to Tabor in that no lives Tho pecuniary loss can not to Esti mated at present Lamars indemnity to be opened to in in on cow new May Straut Washington correspondent reports an interview with Secretary Lamar in which Tho Secre tary says in regard to Tho question of land Reform and Indian Reform Tho letter to Tho president the revocation certain indemnity withdrawals is Only the first step toward a general revocation of indemnity withdrawals remaining in All part of Tho every indemnity withdrawal will be revoked by to without unnecessary under Tho the corp orators and have been for entitled to select lands in the indemnity limits to make Good any losses in their granted but i hold that the people had and have at the same time the same right to Settle upon these Honor 1 Shull open All indemnity land to settlement at the numerous leases of Indian lands by cattlemen i shall swoop if they were allowed to remain the in tans who have made leases of that kind would to induced to resist Tho Laws of Savins the land for the May Ezso Nator Van Wyck has written the Secretary of the urging him not to sell Tho abandoned military reservation until thu fiftieth Congress has had an Opportunity to bring them within Tho provisions of the Homestead act the reservations embrace about and it is under stood that certain cattle companies and other corporations Aro scheming to get Possession of under Tho act of july Tho Secretary of Tho Interior is authorized to appraise and sell these the Wisdom of opening such of those lauds As Aro suitable for agricultural or grazing to entry under the Home Stead act is and it is thought that Van Wycks suggestion will complied a making w May remarkable Accident reported from a lad bound for Detroit boarded an eastbound train and entered the smoking car by when the conductor entered to Tako up the tickets he detected and a moment later the lady wag enveloped in which were Smoth ered with great she had seated herself on a lighted Cigar which had ignited her dress and even Tho celluloid Bustle which she a warning to the boycotting May complaints of roads West of Chicago that the Pennsyl Vania and new York Central refuse to do through business them because the pay commissions for the Sale of were received at interstate Commerce quarters and notice was served upon the roads mentioned with order that they make response in ten Little Prospect of speedy ment of the Chicago the tented the National militia Encampment opens at a committee of the National association investigating the Tho strike spreading to other both sides May la As Little Prospect for a speedy settlement of Tho strike now As there was a week both sides Aro firm and neither the Bosses Noi the workmen think of in spite of All reports to the contrary the master masons Are determined to do away onco forever with certain regulations of Tho bricklayers they will insist on changing the present apprentice system limiting the number of men learning the bricklayers Trade and they will demand that Tho foremen and stewards shall no longer remain under the control of tha to the present there has Boon no Talli on either Side of a the master masons have issued their and when Tho men Bow to they will be on the other the men say they have nothing to Arbi trate that they made a demand for a sat urday and that the reply they Gol came in Tho shape of a Medhi an important conference is being held Between the leading members of the builders and traders Exchange and Tho executive of the National builders the executive committee consists of president Milton of Cincinnati Secre tary Hay of Boston a of Philadelphia of st and John of now York realizing the out Norrix Gravity of Tho situation and of Tho strike and lockout spreading All Over Tho United Tho committee decided to hold a session in Chicago and careful la investigate Tho present state of Tho strike has already spread to Detroit and several other Tho members of executive committee of the National builders association in Tho City held a session and George puts George tap John Brennan and Secretary of the Chicago builders presented to masters of Tho it is thought possible that the other Side will to asked to meet the visitors and lighten their labors by formulating their demands or stating How far Tho unions will arbitrate Tho the delegates Are seeking Tho fullest not being anxious to express any opinion until the situation has bean paraded before Tho importance of their action May to judged from the fact that if Thoj uphold Tho position of Tho Bosses in Cago they also uphold their position in other Largo cities where lockouts and strikes have occurred from causes of alike nature to those which have reduced this City to its present state of building inac thoth Siml of the citizen soldiery i petted to participate programme and lint of prizes to be the Bio May Camp George Washington was formally opened yester Day by general the from this time on Tho Camp will be under military discipline in its most vigorous the feature of yesterday was Tho dress Parade at five the participants were Tho Louisville Tho Washington Light infantry and the Sec Ond Ohio colonel John Cas of commanded the music was furnished by the Marine under the direction of with today the grand business the competitions in Drill will take place Between Tho infantry companies from ten until two zouave meet to compete at 2 30 exhibition Drill at four and Brief the scottish rite masons will establish a Cathedral in fire sunday destroyed the Roade paper company Mills at Daniel a Farmer at was beaten out of by conf Dency men travelling with a diphtheria is said to to prevailing to an alarming extent at a mining four violent Casos Aro re Samuel a prominent Law yer of Little is an aspirant for Tho supreme judge shop held by the late Justice a Good flow of natural Gas was struck at a Small town East of saturday other Wells will be sunk the Interior cities and villages of Minne Sota have formed an association looking to the strict enforcement of interstate the National go to mums for your largest Stock lowest prices j and Best selection in the a full line of undertaking goods constantly on Pullman May the supreme court has rendered a decision in the Case of speck it the Pullman Palace car which involved the owner ship of 109 acres of land lying in the heart of the City of and valued at the company bought the land in i860 for and Ever since there has been an Effort to break the but the court held that it was and that speck it Al had no interest in it in free Trade with May of says he expects to hear considerable discussion in the next Congress on the subject of reciprocity with this he will arise As part of the inevitable Tariff Randall Hopes that the proposition will be settled by free Trade with Canada As a part of the United the states of the Dominion to become states of the Union for commercial new May of incorporation of the Northern Eastern Midland from Kank Altee to capital Stock and also the Dodgeville from Stephenson to pome Point to the township of were filed in the office of the Secretary of state the latter Road is an Illinois Central pc Jack How the clubs of the three prom inc liar Eliell organizations the following table shows Tho standing of National league clubs so far this Seal son new i 7 7 u 4 clubs of the american association stand As follows 14 6 4 Northwestern 7 la 7 st 0 eau 3 1 i 11 11 11 13 17 4 10 11 12 9 14 18 is 4 4 4 8 0 6 12 10 of physician Yrlas m May is announced that a Pardon would have been extended to of the men executed last week for connection with the plot to kill the had be asked for it he refused to make application for Clem ency we Bough to do All those executed death with the but Art the Priorf Call time it Wai filled May Monroe Nineteen years of Tyner Marshall a student at North Fern Indiana Normal was drowned in sugars Pond saturday this is the tenth person who been drowned at the same the Crown jewel May the Sale of the Crown Tiffany of new York bought the famous Mazarin diamonds Foi the four others went u european the Price realized fron the Sale amounts to there Are Only a few More lots to sell blast Sty the May decision Wai rendered in the supreme court today ii the famous Driver Well cases affecting so Many Farmers in Obi and the decision affirms valid it of the and those having such must pay Roy Honea new May the new stables of the United states express at Henderson and eighth Jersey were burned sunday thirty live or forty horses could not be reached and perished m the the total Loaa a May Whites and three received five to ten lashes each at Newcastle saturday for and convicted of assault Fitu intent to stood one hour in the death of an judge of the seventh judicial Dis died at his Home in this City at three we one of the most eminent Wal in the the la Obilor capital Loling her Grain May us is rapidly losing whatever of Grain Trade it had when the interstate Lav went into because Grain can no longer be handled Here in route to the East without Eastern dealers who formerly dealt through local commission ers now have their own men in the and the stuff is shipped direct to the Prin owing to the increased local rates about Seymour the works at that Point have contracts with teamsters to haul their material from Points three to Twenty Miles made a Mccabe Wao Wai arrested saturday on the charge of murder ing the Indiana has made a full his Story was that he had been with Howard drink they had some Howard first knocked him and a moment later a retaliated by knocking Howard howards head struck a Railroad Iron in from the effects of which he to bore for natural May Syndicate of Pittsburgh capitalists has leased acres of land in Adams and will bore for natural the lands lie in a direct Tine Between and where Rich strikes have been if Gas is found in sufficient volume it will be piped to fort a distance of about Twentyfive found guilty of May the night of april 6 the Stock barn of John near was burned and Twenty nine valuable horses involving a loss of the charge of arson was preferred against William a farm who was supposed to have fired the prop erty for saturday Perry was found guilty of the crime by jury sentence is Coral ftps receives the Fop i May Pope has writ ten a letter to archbishop Corrigan expressing Bis approval of the action in suspending fatties my Qynn Frew priestly Gutu fat oar Job get i Camp George dross Parade an hour Tho artillery drills will to Given at Tho athletic Tho and Tho decoration will to Tho two Groat Days of Tho Camp in popular Esti wednesday will be governors when governors of the several with their will surround Tho president on grand stand in front of the White Houyao and review Tho troops in decoration Day the soldiers in Camp will to invited to join Tho Procos cession to to partake with Tho grand army of Tho Republic in Tho exercises of Tho in Tho afternoon of that Day Tho prizes will be presented by to next there will to religious services in Tho and de Witt of will preach to the Tho used Cross Hospital service is a feat ure of the the whole being in charge of Clara Tho president of Tho United states Branch of the red Tho aggregate of Tho soldiery listed for the occupation of the tented Field is nearly Camp George Washington has been chosen for Tho name of the encamp ment around the base of Tho towering its streets i 1 be lighted by electric one of the night features devised is a Pyro Ruma of Tho engagement of the Monitor and the ship Are to by eighty feet pyrotechnic Al displays will illuminate the skies every night during the continuance of the Drill but Striet military discipline will be main so that the Esprit de corps will not be lost in a carnival of enjoyment the separate entries number but in som cases they represent three the uncertainties As to the actual presence of companies which have entered Are hardly Worth for there is Assurance Al the worst of More than sufficient to afford exciting of the 000 guaranteed by citizens to cover prizes and the expenses of the Drill the prizes will consume the judges will be detailed by the War depart and president Cleveland is expected to deliver the there Are ten classes of Bat Light machine Cadet individual prices and Rifie in Addi Tion souvenir medals will be awarded to commands taking the most Liberal prizes Are for company to first and thence the first prize in battalion Drill is Peter Nelson and Charles rail Way labourers near and Conrad at were killed by Mary Hay wife of a judge of the supremo court of new died Whilo kneeling at the grave of Hor Daugh Ter in a Saratoga a Silvor bust testimonial to gotten up by Soto new was put on exhibition saturday in that it is three foot High arid Twenty two inches wide at the Tho Purchase of Tho Hoosac Tunnel Lino by Tho Saratoga Northern rail Road company has been Tho latter paying in stocks and Bonds Tor the Philip our of Tho oldest and Best known grocers in was killed sunday by being thrown from his his horse was frightened by a train pass ing under Tho Whilo making an excavation at Bethle six skeletons were which Aro believed to to remnants of British prisoners who died in Hospital in Tho revolutionary a pro saturday in Stephens new formerly in charge of father the contumacious is attributed to the flames wore extinguished with slight Tho directors of Tho new York new Haven Railroad Havo voted to lease the Connecticut Valley Railroad for ninety nine years from april and to make their Road a four track Lino in now York it is said the Parnell fears there is a plan on foot to Poison him and that to shuns All talk about his it is also assorted that to has not been to Samo Man since Tho Tunica printed Tho logged a loading member of Tho Michigan House of sat urday announced his determination to re sign from that body on account of Tho Dis courteous and insulting treatment accorded him by bomb of his cattlemen at reports that Tho Roundup this year has been More successful than for some years and that Tho calf crop will to heavier than this is owing to Tho dry fall and mild train robbers a hero May a train on Tho Delaware Hudson Railroad was moving out of Tho depot it saturday conductor Michael Hammond saw a woman and a Little boy on the track and shouted to them to get As they did not Hammond jumped from the ran ahead of been Gine and pushed them both Down the emas he did he fell in front of to engine and was crushed to Indian May select com Mittee of the Senate appointed to investigate alleged abuses in the appointment and removal of Indian traders has returned to this senator Tho says the committee discovered a bad state of and the committee will unanimously recommend that Indian Trade ships to no longer bestowed As rewards for political Ilene or and Newton Watt sentenced to the Penitentiary for life Fot the murder of Kellogg May Schwartz and Newton Watt were yesterday denied a new and were sentenced by judge Ribeil to imprisonment in Tho Illinois state Penitentiary at Joliet for one Day to be spent in solitary defendants counsel asked leave to file a Bill of leave was granted to present a Bill by August the judges opinion was but decidedly the sentence brought tears to Schwartz but Watts exhibited no emotion the the prisoners will remain in the Morris jail until in May bulls and several cows were killed sup posed to be suffering from the at Hess Slaughter the legislative members of the live Stock of toe National Bureau of animal Case chief state and Talbot of the United states were ten out of the fifty seven were found to have gathering of temper Auoe May great Temperance Cam meeting Baa been appointed to be held in this City june 8 and among the to be present will be a governor by John and of Kansas colonel of Kentucky colonel Joan to of and an attendance the t grata and May Market Kyo Market 3 Spring 8 june Market 2 89c 2 june septem speculative Market Active but prices 8 255o Gilt Edge May Deli 254a25yio 20isojic samples steady As to rows 8 29 30c 3 Market Dull and 2 he Sample 66hq58c May about Market a Little 2 in 67o samples ranged Tor 4 for and for to Sosa Market very quiet and prices quotations ranged at t22.go@23.00 Lor Cash and and t32.00@22.50 for lard Market fairly Active and prices quotations ranged at for Cash and May for Juno for and for new May firm and moderately 9bsi firm and quiet mixed Western lower and 31 Dull new extra pork Nam new fl$.00@lg.2d old i15.8o@15.50. Lard steady steam it will pay Yajiu to your print Lii at to statesman Job Romej May Market moderately and prices favourable to quotations ranged at for Good to extra shipping steers Tor common to Good for butchers for stickers for feeders Ajo Oglw Tot to scans for for inferior heed upon and Pace Veak Fox

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