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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 6, 1895, South Haven, MichiganVol. have mich., april 6, 1895 3sto. 4=7. The two longest words in the Century dictionary a re a laryngeal und a trans subs there is in Brookline maas., a club elderly women which is called the elder blow. That is pretty As Well As honest. Or. Talmage wants the Constitution the United states amended by a marriage Law one Law for All the state and one divorce Law for them All. Tai Bine Laws Connecticut Hare passed in limbo but their passing has not caused a whirlwind sunday kissing among the Nutmeg husbands a Telegram from new York to Australia has to nearly 20,000 Miles in 000 which Are by submarine Cable and it is handled by fifteen operators. Ink Czar fetus amp a has established a fund $250,000 to relieve journalists and authors in distress and to provide for their widows and orphans when they die. Senator Morrill Vermont is said to desire a reelection that he May end Days in harness. Lie is 82 years old and has been in Congress for thirty four year. is not dead yet even in enlightened countries As witness the burning to death a woman in Ireland because her husband an the neighbors supposed her to be a we Latch. Lairs who kiss their pet dogs Are warned by no less an authority than . Megnin the Paris Academy science that the Little beasts Are one the great agencies in spreading disease especially consumption. Hull Island one the Phoenix group in the Pacific just under the Equator is inhabited by two englishmen and Twenty five polynesian natives. They consider themselves Lucky when they hear from the outside world twice in a year. Austin Corbin s daughter is another heiress who has caught a title. He is a Chi live Little Prince let called Lubecki russian extraction. Very Well the mothers the future great men and the future Rich men May be working in kitchens to Day. Booth has Laid siege to the millionaire District new York with salvation army and he preaches repentance to the 400 society As to the alums. Or. Booth is teaching a Good Many people that there Are no class distinctions in religion and that salvation is for Rich and poor the same Terras. Idaho is one the states in the West extending an Earnest invitation to men in the crowded cities to come West and secure Homes. Senator Dubois says there is not a poor House in Idaho and not a person living municipal county state Charity. Every one who will work can find employment at Good wages. This is one the brightest prospects presented in the West. The statistician the agricultural department gives a very substantial reason for the continued Low Price wheat in figures the world s production which was for the year 1891, 2.sit ,000.000 bushels for 1892, 2,414,-000,00 bushels for 1803, 2,427,000,000 bushels and for 1804, 2,500,000,000 bushels. This is quite sufficient to account for the Low Price wheat during the last few years. The new York Central Railroad has decided to operate its line Between Buffalo and Niagara Falls with electricity supplied from the great Power Plant at the Falls. This will be one the first experiments in operating a regular freight and passenger Road with electricity and will help to test the Power the big Plant at Niagara Falla. It will also help to develop Buffalo As the great electric City the continent. A Mam in Buffalo n. Y., accounts for the name that City the theory that the Early French explorers called its principal water course a Beau hot a meaning Beautiful wave flood which As the years rolled became corrupted to Buffalo Creek and thus gave the name to the town. This practically completes the work exterminating one America s noblest aboriginal tribes. The last Buffalo is gone. It is not a Buffalo it is a Beau Fiot. Blonde a the famous Fuknam Buist As they Call in England where they Are fond polysyllabic verbiage is in old age a sturdy thick set Man. His habits have always been abstemious and he is Well preserved at 72. Blonde a has walked thousands Miles the rope but has never made another trip so daring As that across Niagara Falls and he has never exceeded the Fame Ahe made by that perilous journey. The teat aroused much More apprehension in the spectators than in blonde a. A thank god it is Over Quot said the Prince Wales when the feat was accomplished m during 1884 the american people used up nearly 18,000,800 Bunches bananas the exact number being 17,-864,7�4. Of these new Orleans received about one third new York nearly a Quarter Philadelphia a sixth. Boston one ninth. Mobile a tenth and Baltimore one eighteenth part the Small remainder being distributed among other receiving Points. The consumption per year averages More than one Bunch to every four persons in this county and appears not to have reached its per capita limit As men engaged in the business report Indica tons a steady growth Jerusalem is getting More popular every Yew As a place visitation by the tourist whose time for sightseeing is limited and by the people Leisure who can come and at will. This season will Surpas ail previous records in the number strangers who will be seen the streets the holy City. In the crowds ail the nationalities Europe will be represented and every language the civilised world will be heard. Just where they will All be accommodated is a question that is disturbing the minds hotel keep ers. Hospice managers Coulst contractors and local guides. A Aga Megi is Mam the appraiser the Fortune Jay Gould at the tin death has made report Jeftic tar it at $80,000,-000 in personal property. On this the state new yrs Nti tuber Ivanoe tax try Roo. The Roll Votor Gnu Pear $10,000 for ids fear epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. # in / 11 i f 7 from Washington. Railroad statistics show that 373 companies in this country Are now building contemplating doing so soon 20,547 Miles new Road / exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended the 29th aggregated $888,359,464 against $952,491,893. To a previous week the increase Toto a red with the corresponding week in 1894, was 20. D jul j in the United states there were 234 business failures in the seven Days ended the 29th, against 278 the week previous and 238 in the corresponding time in 1894. Treasury receipts end expenditures for March show the expenditures Over receipts were $750,000. Sanitary reports made by the sur Geoa general show the presence smallpox in Twenty one state the Union during the past Winter the local number deaths from the disease being 393. During the month March reports to the director the mint show Coin age a follows Gold $2.866,102 Silver $573,535 minor Coin $80,105 total coinage. $3,509,835. The postmaster general issued an order restricting serb and class a fitter to actual subscribers for to the Pound rate. On the 2d the Public debt statement showed that the debt increased $18,-317,105 during the month March. The Cash balance in the Treasury was $187,917,261. The total debt less the Ca amp a balance in the Treasury amounts to $908,730,040. In the United states the visible Supply Grain the 2d was wheat 74,307,000 bushels Corn 13,407,000 bushels Oats. 0.184,000 bushels Rye 267,000 bushels Barley 787,000 Bushel a the East. Agnes most oct Russel for Many years the editor the club Magazine and a writer note died in new York. The coast new England was visited by a Hurricane the wind attaining a velocity 75 Miles an hour and doing much damage to shipping. With a few exceptions All the plate Glass factories in the country have closed Down and will not resume until May i. Israel Hinorik. A wealthy farm Northport l. I., lost Home by fire cad daughter mrs. William Reeves and her Young daughter were burned to death. My jumping from a runaway trolley car the Mountain near Janesville pa., three persons were killed two lat amp Fly injured and ten others slightly Hurt. The most alarming beef famine in the history the Trade for Many years threatened the entire Eastern Section the country. Ato ctr noted evangelists a. B. Earle died at Newton mass., aged 83 years. He had been engaged in evangelical work for More than forty years by the explosion a boiler in the Cann Tannery in Woburn mass., six men were killed and several seriously Hurt. It was said that the Steamboat Chy Haverhill went Down with All hands in a Gale off learn eat. On the new Jersey coast and ten lives were reported lost. Employees the United states express company had during the past year it was said defrauded the company out nearly $100,000. The venerable sex editor the new York journal Commerce David m. Stone died at Home in Brooklyn n. West and South. The capital removal question in Minnesota was decided in favo roust Paul june 19 the eighth annual Conven Tio Nothe Republican National league will be held in Cleveland. O. At Clinton la., August Swanson beheaded 7-year-old son. Using a hand a to commit the murder. A a the Willow Springs to Bank closed its doors. In san Francisco Edgar a. Cohen commission merchant failed for $331,-000. In Colorado heavy snowstorms prevailed and Rains fell in the Western and Middle states greatly benefiting crops bandits held a a train near Wheatland cal., and sheriff Bogard and one the robbers were killed a a at Fredericksburg va., Rev. W. E. Brown the Shiloh Baptist cd urch coloured baptized 15� converts the largest number persons Ever immersed at one time in the state. The death Anton c. Hesing president the Illinois Staats Zeitung company occurred at Home Iuchi Cago aged 72 years. _ in. Flames destroyed a barn in Fowler g., belonging to mrs. Ruth Sigler and with it fifty is sheep and four horses while in s fit temporary in sanity mrs. Wilbur Burry Battle Creek Michi shot her husband and thin shot herself. At Home near Jeffersonville ind., Daniel Baugh celebrated 106th birthday. Flames destroyed the better part the business portion Hays City kan., including seved Stone and Twenty Tome buildings. _ Aat South Omaha neb., the Post office was broken open and robbed Over Hank in Chicago $3,000. Stealing $50,000. The republicans carried the state in the Michigan election by 35,000 majority electing Joseph a Moore supreme court judge and r. W. Butterfield and Charles 11. Hts War Trofe its. On june 14 the Twenty first annual m tonal soldiers reunion will be held at Caldwell. O. In Wisconsin Oreen Bay and fort Howard voted to consolidate the name the new town to be Green Bay. T throughout Illinois municipal and township ejections were held and reporto received indicated a Republican if ctr by in almost every City and town. The legislature Florida convened at Tallahassee for its biennial session sixty Days. T 1 a flames at St. Charles hi., did damage to the extent $100.000, burning a number buildings. A decision the supreme court Iowa sustains the constitutionality the a a mulch Quot Law. In Chicago George b. Swift rep was elected Over Frank Wen Ter by a plurality 41.110. The ref it us tfx aus elected their entire City ticket and fifty out the sixty eight aldermen. In the following Wisconsin cities republicans elected mayors Ashland River Faua Deia Columbus Marshfield Houston Sparta Waupaca Black River Falls Manitowoc Hudson White water Lake Geneva Hartford Centralia and Wate Toton. Democrats won in Mineral Point Plymouth Durand Prairie Dushien Alma Madison Chilton Kenosha Berlin Ripon Fox Lake Shawano and Beaver dam. In the tenth Illinois District George w. Prince rep was elected to Congress by about 12,000 plurality to fill the vacancy caused by the death Gen. P. 8. Post. The question granting Saloon licenses was the leading Issue at the municipal elections in Nebraska and was favored in four fifths the towns. In Boone county ky., a Cyclone did great damage to property and Many horses and cattle were killed. The Village Lewisburg was nearly wiped out. At Findlay o., the Findlay rolling Mill company made an assignment with assets $250,000 and liabilities $125,000. Near South Bend ind., two children James Hicks were trampled to death in a runaway Accident. The clause in the proposed Constitution the new state u Tah for woman suffrage was passed by an overwhelming vote. For the first time an thirty years Winona minn., elected a Republican for mayor. Foreign intelligence. A Resolution to give Home Rule to England Iceland Scotland and Wales was adopted in the British House commons. In the British House commons a Resolution to give Home Rule to England Ireland Scotland and Wales was adopted. Government forces won a decisive Victory Over the rebels in Colombia and the revolution was believed to be at an end. The Well known editor publisher and writer Maturin i. Mili a Boston died in Cairo Egypt aged 75 years. He was editor Quot Rad publisher the first illustrated paper is this country known As a Auono a monthly. In the annual boat race in London Oxford Defeated Cambridge leading throughout and winning by a length and a half. Throughout Germany enthusiastic celebrations the Eightieth birthday anniversary Prince Bismarck were held. Penal servitude for life was the sentence Koyama Roku Nikki the japanese who attempted to assassinate i Hung Chang at Silimon Oskel by an explosion in the san Rafael Mexico mine five men including the american superintendent were killed. The record shows that in the War Between China and Japan 7,803 chinese have been killed and 1,459 taken prisoners while the japanese have lost 814 killed and 2,027 wounded. Fire swept away the courthouse building at Regina w. T., containing All the records the Northwest territories and the ral Nable government Library. The president Mexico signed with the guatemalan minister the official document which prevented the threat ened open rupture. Later new8. Newton Walters who shot and killed the two Cox Brothers and then attempted to assault their sister near Galena kan., was hanged by a . The Post office at Springfield iu., was robbed about $10,000 Worth Stamps. A Bill passed the Michigan legislature by which the county Manitou is disorganized and attached to Charlevoix and Leelan amp a counties. The British Steamer ethelred was fired Apon and examined by Spanish gunboat while passing Cape May Cuba. 11. C. St. John son sex gov. St John Kansas shot and killed wife in their Home near Oklahoma City He claimed the shooting was accidental. A England gave the United states to understand that she desired no inter sprence in the venezuelan settlement after a career Twenty two years during which it has become world famed As a caravan sary the grand Pacific hotel in Chicago closed its doors permanently. Justice John by Winslow was re elected to the supreme Bench Wisconsin. Frederick w. Griffin assistant cashier the National was arrested tar the packet Iron Queen was burned the Ohio River at Antiquity and the coloured chambermaid was lost insurance companies were cancelling policies Indianapolis saloons fear in the third congressional District lag the new Temperance Law might in Lieut gov. Milnes was elected to Congress to succeed Burro Sec Gay 1,750. / t in Ohio elections Werl held and in most the larger cities the republicans were vie Tori Qin. To legislature Colorado adjourned sine die. In Forest fires in it Kent a sons lost their lives. A in App noose to Tonto. La.5,500miner quit work because a reduction in wages. Jya in Iowa a Snow Torto pro varied fwd the heavy Rains in other Wester states allayed All fears drought. At be Lukabu o., to children were murdered by their Mother. Mrs. Ii. H. B. Williams who confessed the crime. Owing to an extended run the commercial Bank Stevens Point wia., eloped its doors. On the St. Croix Ift Wisconsin the log Cut for the season is estimated at a Tiff forty math a re Tea Billet reconvened at Nash cite to arson f w i six Hundred tramps created a reign terror to the towns i valve and port Morris n. mrs. Paran Stevens s prominent new York society Leader died pneumonia after s Brief in Nass aged 51 year the 80th birthday . Samuel Francis Smith the author a America Quot was celebrated in Boston. Tbs City a Anncil passed an order for bidding Glove contests in Chicago because aldermen were denied free admission. A Joseph Bender a prominent German Newdy amp per writer and editor died at Bis Home in Toledo o., aged 65 years l Wilson took the oath office As postmaster general. In he Rhode Island election Che republicans elected Lippitt for governor and Ash car entire ticket by Ever i0,0�q a Molly. Stand Bens a re Judi Are a 34 democrats 3 House republicans i democrats t the people vote. Spring elections in various parts the country. Emancipated wont in Ohio forty it cum Wert pro to empty Lii slur by a Swift chosen mayor Chicago. Chicago april 3.�?the entire Republican ticket with the exception a few isolated aldermen was elected Here tuesday. George b. 8wift s plurality for mayor approximated 40,-000. By about the same majority the City voted to place itself under the operations the civil service Law which will apply to every department the City government. From returns received it is figured out that the City Council will stand politically As follows republicans 60 democrats 18. Dispatches announce Republican victories at the following Points in Illi Lois Astoria. Atlanta Bement Batavia. Bridgeport Bloomington. Carmi Champaign. Clinton. Charleston. Carlyle. Clay City Dixon. Dan Ville . Havana. Joliet. Kankakee Kewanee. Monmouth. Mount Vernon Mont Coello. Mcleansboro. Newman. Naperville Olney Peoria Plano Paxton Parla Robinson. Rock Island Rushville. Salem. Sheldon. Streeter. Tuscola Urbana Vandalia Watseka and Woodstock. Democrats were successful in the following towns Assumption Areola. Benton Bourbon Bowden. Camargo. Fulton Galata Jersey vice Martinsville. Ottawa Pekin. Quincy Spring held Shel Tourville. Taylor Lue and Waukegan. Populists non partisan ticket won in the following Aurora. Galesburg Geneseo. Mascoutah Moline. Mendota. Rumsey and Whitehall. In Springfield the democrats elected Marion u. Woodruff for mayor also John Rames for collector. The republicans elected the oter officers and secured a majority in the Council. In East St. Louis the Peoples party City ticket representing the Law and order sentiment As opposed to Monte Fox a. Swirl. Carlo gambling and race tracks headed by h f. Bader for mayor was elected tuesday by a Large majority Over the citizens ticket upon which mayor m. M. Stephens was a candidate for a fifth term As mayor. Party politics were ignored. The election to fill vacancy caused by the death Gen. Post resulted in the Choice the Republican candidate George w. Prince. The election in St. Louis turned All the City offices but two Over to the republicans. The City Council will be unanimously Republican. Republicans have elected mayors in the following Wisconsin cities Ashland River Falls Delavan Columbus Marshfield Mauston Sparta Waupaca Black River Falls Manitowoc Hudson Whitewater Lake Geneva Hartford centralise and Watertown. Democrats won in Mineral Point Plymouth Durand Prairie Duchien Alma Madison Chilton Kenosha Berlin Ripon Fox Lake Shawano and Beaver dam. The following towns and cities voted for License Hudson Sparta Brod head Palmyra Waupaca Medford Richland Center. Fennimore Necedah Edgerton Waterloo Packwaukee. Barron Phillips Thorp River Falls Beloit these towns voted a dry a Viroqua. Plover Eagle Waukesha county Genesee Milton Elroy Hayward. Elect ions were held tuesday in most Minnesota cities outside St. Paul Minneapolis and Duluth. At Albert Lea the independents carried everything electing v. Gills up mayor and voting in favor License. At i Fergus Falls the democrats elected Thomas n. Mclean mayor. At Hastings the people took the bit in their Teeth turned Down both the democrats Aud the republicans and elected George Parker ind mayor. At Mankato Edgar Weaver the candidate the republicans and demo Crata was elected mayor. At Faribault the republicans elected b. B. Sheffield mayor but the democrats got two the four aldermen. There was a Complete overthrow at Tracy the prohibitionists losing. License carried by 188 and ail what was known As the whisky ticket was elected. At East grand Forks a c. Rinehart pop Defeated Hugh Dunlevy dem for mayor by 66 majority. At Crookston John r. Mckinnon dem was elected mayor Over m. R. Brown rep. Winona elected a Republican for mayor monday for the first time in thirty years. Addison b. You mans is the mayor elect party lines were not drawn in municipal elections in Nebraska in Many cases but when they were the republicans gained except at Hastings and Platts Mouth where the democrats carried the Day. The question granting Saloon licenses was the leading Issue and was favored in four fifths the towns. Frank Graham rep was elected mayor Lincol by a Large majority. In Denver it is conceded the Republican ticket is elected by 5,900 majority. Thomas s. Mom array Heads the winning ticket for mayor. Returns from the smaller towns the state nearly All show Republican victories. The vote monday. Cincinnati april 3.�?Ohio women were partially emancipated monday. They voted for school Board members in the cities. In Columbas it is estimated that 3,900 women voted. They turned out in great numbers in Gallipoli. At Toledo three fourths the women a votes were polled by 9 clock. At Dayton 2, xxx women voted before noon largely the Republican aide. At Yonng Itomi 1,200 voted daring the Day. Cincinnati april 3. Mondays election brought out a Large vote in co by mitts Cleveland Toledo and Hamilton a a in a few smaller cities. In the majority Platee however the vote was Light Mckia Aon rep was elected mayor Dev Ehod and p. P. Mast top mayor Spring Field. The democrats elected to Roxy Quot mayor at Middletown Bollte it Wae swept by the democrats the republicans electing Only the assessor. At Toledo the republicans elected the mayor and most the City ticket. Republicans earned Cadiz and Tjie new Council is pledged to abolish saloons. Republican mayors were elected in Niles Zanesville Alliance Warren Bellaire and Youngstown. Cotton h. Allen democratic candidate for mayor was elected in Columbus by 2,000 plurality receiving almost As Many votes As competitors combined. The entire democratic ticket was elected. Pomeroy elected amp democratic mayor Lima elected Republican municipal officers. At belief Taine mrs. Margaret Chalfant was elected to the school Board by 827 majority the largest eve Given in that City. The City went Republican. The democrats made big gains at Marysville. The women fought each other savagely at Bowling Green. Mrs. Eliza Haskell and mrs. Kate Reider republicans Defeated the two democratic women Candida Tea Urbana went Republican. Middletown democrats made a clean sweep. Findlay republicans elected their entire ticket. The democrats swept Millers Borg. Galesburg i1l, a april 3.�?-Henry Crane Peoples candidate Lor mayor was elected in Oneida. In Yates pity c. H. Witmeyer and h. J. Truitt were tied for mayor. They Drew cuts and witmeyer won. Bloomington 111., april 3.�?the citizens a. P. A. Ticket was elected by a majority from 300 to 400. A Large majority women voted the a. P. A. Ticket. The proposition to Issue $40,000 Bonds for a new High school building carried. The result gives the a. P. A. Control the school Board by one j majority. Dubuque la., april 3.�?olinger, democratic and citizens candidate is elected mayor. The remainder the ticket is about evenly divided Between democrats and citizens. Keokuk la., april 3.�?in the City election the republicans elected mayor judge the Superior court assessor and four six aldermen. Democrats elected City marshal and two aldermen. Evansville ind., april 3.�?after the bitterest struggle in the history politics in Evansville mayor Haw Kins Republican was elected for a second term two years monday. His plurality is 430. The republicans also elect the four councilmen at Large and four the seven Ward Council men. Detroit mich., april 3.�?with one precinct in the City missing Whelan rep is elected police Justice by about 3,500 plurality. The Republican candidates the state ticket have run some 600 700 behind Whelan. Mcgrath has run ahead ticket in the state but Moore for Justice the supreme court will have a plurality about 25,000. The returns continue to show an extremely Light vote. The regents the state University elected Are Roger Butterfield grand rapids and Charles h. Hackley the millionaire Lumberman from Muske gon. Manistee want democratic and Ludington Republican. J. M. Turner Republican and Silver candidate for mayor Lansing is elected by 906 majority. Traverse City gave a Republican majority 500. In grand rapids Stebbins dem for mayor Defeated Watkins rep by 2,000 a year ago Fisher a rep carried the City by l,600t All the free Silver republicans voted for Stebbins. Lansing republicans made sweep electing every Roan ticket gaining City clerk Eit user and four aldermen. A Turner who was Defeated for in 1890, was elected mayor Silver platform by 900 plurality. A Kalamazoo mich., april 3. Ujj dint. Gov. Milues rep is elected to Congress to succeed senator j. C. Burrows from the third District by about 1,60c%�-Jority Over a. M. Todd . Democrat and free Silver. Bank clerk Falls. Assistant cashier a Chicago institution caught stealing. An armistice. Japan Grant a to near it Dom not ply Feo Formo. Washington april it. A Secreta Gresham has received official confirmation the declaration an unconditional armistice by the emperor Japan. It is not understood Here that this is in any sense equivalent to a declaration peace but it is believed that there is not Likely to be a resumption hostilities. The armistice established by the order the Mikado extends to april 20, but it will terminate if the peace pour Parlers Are broken in the meantime. According to the terms the armistice the movement troops and the transportation contraband War by sea is forbidden. The new distribution troops not intended to augment the armies in the Field is allowed. Japan originally proposed As conditions an armistice the occupation Shan Kwan Taka and Tien Tsin and japanese control the Shan Kwan and Tien Tsin Railroad China to defray the Cost such occupation. I Hung Chang has vainly sought to modify these conditions Aud it was proposed to continue the negotiations without an armistice being established when the attempt the life the chinese plenipotentiary occurred. This led to the declaration by the Mikado an unconditional armistice. As the terms the armistice do not embrace the Island Formosa the japanese operations there will continue. _ us Columbus o., april detected in she act ask Lynx a pc talc 9t �?�60,000 from the vault a 1� questioned and co Feese i crooked practice. Chicago april 4��?assistant cashier Frederick w. Griffin the Northwestern National Bank at the Oor Ner la Salle and Adams streets walked into the vault where the Money is kept saturday morning and took therefrom a package containing $50,000 in currency. Another employee saw come out and noticed he was ill at ease. After thinking the matter Over All night he went to vice president Dummer a residence sunday morning and related what he had seen. On being question about the occurrence Griffin made a full confession although there was at that time not the slightest particle evidence against beyond the. Suspicions fellow clerk. Bank examiner Mckeon was at once called in and an investigation showed the books had been tampered with so As to cover the amount missing the speculations extending Over a period six months. Griffin took the Money in a vain Endeavor to conceal crime from the Bank officials. He secured a draft from another Chicago Bank with the $50,000 abstracted and placed the draft i it the credit the United states National Bank Omaha. This Bank As the Omaha correspondent the Northwestern had originally $80,000 to its credit in the Chicago institution. Commencing stealing with the accounts other Banks Griffin finally mulched this one alone. His system was to put in false tickets for telegraphic transfers Money. When the Omaha Bank at last called for a settlement he saw the Case was hopeless and required a desperate remedy forgetting that while plan made the Omaha account All straight it left the Chicago institutions Cash account Short to the amount taken. Unfortunate speculation in stocks was the cause downfall. Aside from these the life he led was an exemplary one. He had the entire Confidence the officials and did not even give a Bond when he took the position. He is 36 years old has a wife and two children and had been in the employ the Bank Ever since he was 16 years age. He was arrested tuesday night and has been in the custody the marshal a Ever since. At 3 clock wednesday afternoon he was brought before United states commissioner Humphries who continued the Case in $15,000 Bonds until to Day. No Bonds will be Given until after the hearing when there will be no trouble in finding Bondsmen. Griffin recently resigned the presidency the Ashland club. He was prominent in North Side society circles and declares that he will yet live Down disgrace. The Bank officials will be As lenient with As possible. Or. Smith honoured. Fable to the a Steamer burned. The Iron Saeea destroyed at Antiquity �?fate a heroine. Pom lot g., 4pril 4.�?a 8 15 clock wednesday morning the cry tire Yang out from to. Rear Leek me wifi total at Antiquity this Citi a target we be flames. She Deek a moment. Then Alia Down a fender to the fan Tel ayah rfcs a a then Jepe Ltd Aligra River and is amp a from self it a a crib be a Agthe Saity others. By a Large hanging by a deck hand in poles. The a flames p communicated to 200 ,�?�114 a Large amount less than Twenty met burned Down. The burned so that it the Center Parfitt the dropped to the Boa Tom the River. The books and contents the Safe were saved Ody about $50 in the Money Drawe being lost very Little other property was saved. It. Stricken from the map. Bales furniture., notes the Hull even parted in machinery 3. Two Small children were found dead in bed in a room in the Park hotel thursday afternoon with their Throat Cut from ear to ear. An air mystery hangs about the tragedy. On saturday a neatly dressed woman came to the hotel accompanied by three children and registered As mrs. In h. H. Williams and children Grove City The children were Harry Williams aged 7 Maud Williams aged 12, and Annie aged 13. It was the two younger children who were found dead. They were assigned to a room with two Beds. Annie and her Mother occupied one the Beds and the two younger children the other. Some time during the night it is supposed mrs. Williams murdered the children and covered their bodies with the bedding. It it a y a Tere Mea a Rewaga. Pittsburgh pa., april 3.�?tuesday morning by the upsetting a Skiff either Accident the result h Drunken Row two Young Ami supposed to be John strut a and Thomas Grogan both residents this City were drowned la the Monongahela River the legislature passe a bin Wlate oat Sanitoa county Mleh. Lansing mich., apr 4.�?Manitou, the Only county in Michigan which went democratic last monday has been wiped out by the legislature. Representative Covell wednesday afternoon introduced a Bill which divided Manitou county part going into grand traverse county and the remainder going into Leelan a county there was no opposition manifested and the Bill was rushed through and passed. Mich tiran fruit prospects Bright. Benton Harbor mich., april 4.�?reports received from the tier counties comprising the Southern Michigan fruit Belt indicate a phenomenal peach crop. The crop 1895 is now assured against danger from extreme cold. The prospects Are More encouraging than at any time for five years. Fruit will be gathered this season from fully 100,000 More Trees than in 1894. A Calls a extra session. Jefferson City mo., april 4.�?gov. Stone has issued a Call for a special session the state legislature to meet april 23. Testimonial la to ton Thor a a Boston april 4l�?-the Long contemplated testimonial to . S. F. Smith author the National hymn a America a took place wednesday in music Hall while much attention bad been paid to the arrangements for the event still it was to a great extent a simple and spontaneous tribute from the parts the people and great interest was manifested in it by All classes. Music Hall was Well filled at the opening exercise wednesday afternoon which consisted an entertainment for school children. Mrs. Curtis Guild a Hainan the executive committee presided and addressed the gathering introducing to them the venerable author the favored hymn who briefly expressed gratification at their presence in Honor. There was a chorus 200 school children also music by Bald Jgr a Cadet band and remarks by Refl Ard Everett Hale and others Yew the Celebration was continued in the evening when another big audience gathered in music Hail. Curtis Guild jr., called the meeting to order and introduced gov. Greenhalge to preside after a Brief address by gov. Greenhalge the hallelujah chorus was Sung by 125 voices from the Handel and Haydn society conducted by Carl Zerrahn and Rev. Or. Bmith told the Story sex gov. Long was then introduced and delivered an eloquent address. The Harvard glee club followed in a Fine rendition an original ode written by Henry Meara. Several other prominent speakers made Brief addresses. Congratulatory telegrams were received from the governors Iowa and Wyoming from the department the Potomac department Massachusetts A. R. And from other organizations. Chicago april 4.�?the ringing the columbian Liberty Bell made famous in connection with the worlds fair constituted the local Celebration in Honor Rev. Samuel Francis Smith author mayor Hopkins and superintendent Lane the Chicago Public schools were in charge the ceremony. The historic Bell was rung by a delegation pupils from the schools one for each state and territory the Union. After the ringing the gathering joined in the singing the famous National hymn and a Telegram appropriate to the Casion was sent to music Hall Boston where the main Celebration was in Progress. Or. Samuel Francis Smith was born in Boston october 21, 1806 graduating from the Eliot school he went to the latin school at the age in he took rank As s Leader in intellectual attainments even at this Earl age. And later to a the Franklin medal and a Gold medal for an English poem. At the age 17 he entered Harvard College and with companions that ear formed what was afterwards known As a the famous class 29.&Quot in that class was Oliver Wendell Holmes. Among College friends trere Charles Sumner John Lothrop Motley and Wendell Phillips. From Cambridge he went to the theological seminar at Andover where he graduated in 1882. He was looking Over some German books a gloomy Day in february 1838, when he came across tha air a god save the king., he liked the Muslo tinder the inspiration the moment he went to work and in half an hour a a american was the result it was written a scrap paper he picked up from the table and the hymn to Day is substantially As it was written that Day it is not generally known that . Smith is also the author the a morning Light is breaking a written when he was at slain by a fiend. A it Totol kills two Cha is and assaults their sister. Kan., april 4.�?a Moat Able murder and attempted t occurred 4 Miles North essay. Samuel Cox live is a widower it it 17 years a had two fit Emu 19 and Ewton Walters James Beff with Abr Young Walters went to the Cox plans and wanted a he two boys to to the Quot it Cion after ducks the three to taking a gun with them absent business and the left at the House alone about alters returned to the House alone Aan told Dolly that he and her Brothers had caught some squirrels and wanted a Box to put them in. The girl went into the Yard after a ii Airrie trap and Walters followed Jer and catching her threw arms around her and pointing a pistol at her told her that he would kill her and informed her that her two Brothers had been killed. The girl begged for and after some Parl eying to get Possession the pistol. By threw the weapon away and ran to one the neighbors and w alters left. Word bras brought to town and parties left for the scene the murder. The body the older Cox boy waa found in a sitting posture against a tree with a Bullet Hole to the Back head. He was alive but unconscious. He regained consciousness Long enough to Tell that Young Walters shot . Near where the older boy was found were traces where the younger boy had been shot and body dragged to the River and thrown in. Late wednesday afternoon Walters was found hanging to a tree near Boston Mills 2 Miles from the scene crime. Whether he committed suicide was lynched is not known. Clever thieves. They steal 98,000 Worth stamp Bros the Springfield in pod office. Springfield i april 4.�?the Springfield Post office was robbed about $8,000 wednesday. It was altogether the neatest and most mysterious Job Ever put up in this City and there a not the faintest Clew to the perpetrators. The amount taken with the exception about $30, was in Stamps and it waa abstracted from the vault in postmaster Ridgely a private office Between 12 30 and 1 30 clock while . Ridgely was absent from office for luncheon. The loss was not discovered until after 4 clock in the afternoon. The thieves used duplicate keys to unlock both the office and the vault and so quietly was the whole thing done that with a Doren clerks at work either Side the room no suspicion was aroused. The Way in which the robbery was discovered was As follows about 4 30 clock assistant postmaster Lester Mcmurphy came into the private office and went into the vault to get some Stamps $10,-000 Worth having been placed there monday from which two Days sales had been made. The whole lot was missing As waa also about $30 in Money and a Large Japan tin Box containing jewelry and silverware belonging to . Ridgely a daughter mrs. Harry Devereaux being part her wedding presents. The assistant postmaster was dumb with astonishment As the thieves had carefully closed the door the Safe and there was no external evidence the intrusion. When . Ridgely went away he had As usual locked the inside vault door and left the outer door unlocked. He had also locked the office door leading into the Hall. Both doors had been unlocked and locked again showing conclusively that the thieves had duplicate keys. Or. Ridgely until a few Days ago had about $30,000 in Cash in the vault and the theory is advanced that the thieves had some intimation this and that they were after it. The robbery was no doubt committed by experts and they were probably compelled to work for fully a week in order to secure their keys As the Only Opportunity they could Avail themselves was at noon. About two weeks ago two men who looked As if they might be attorneys came into . Ridgely a office and asked the loan keys to unlock a tin Box carried by one them which they said contained important papers to be filed in the United states court. While these men were in the office another Man came in and asked to see the postmaster some matter. Or. Ridgely referred to . Mcmurphy and went across the Hall to introduce to Fiat gentleman. When he came Back into the room he noticed one the supposed lawyers holding up the Safe key to the Light and regarding it intently. There seems to be Little reason to doubt that while . Ridgely was introducing one the conspirators to assistant postmaster Mcmurphy the expert in the private office waa taking a Wax impression the keys. None the employees the department has keys to the vault Only the postmaster and assistant having Access to it. As soon As the robbery waa discovered the authorities at Washington and Chicago were notified and special agents Are expected to come Here. Cities All Over the United states have been notified and every outgoing train will be watched. None our affair. To there i Baltimore md., april 4.�?capt. Robert Andrews the Schooner Sydney Jones Washington Andrews Nephew and John Philippe coloured were drowned in the Marothy River tuesday night. The men had just 6am-pleted the discharge the schooners cargo onto an old scow when the latter sprang a teak Ami sunk. Tif kilted a via Champaign ib., april 4.�?a1 Cummings a negro shot and killed wife wednesday afternoon. Site had left account in Tel Tren i says great Britain to Uncle torn in regard to venera. Washington april 4.�?there is reason to believe that the British government has Given our ambassador . Bayard to understand in response to representations in the venezuelan Boundary matter suggestion that it be submitted to arbitration that it must persist in regarding the subject As one in which Only great Britain and Venezuela Are concerned. Of course the idea waa set out very diplomatically and courteously so Astuto avoid giving offence As far As Post Dale while still making it Plain that the United states could not be regarded As having any proper interest in the matter. 8�, As it stands the British government still insists upon its absolute title and right to occupy All the territory to the eastward the Schom Burg line while professing a willingness to submit to arbitration its claims to the lands lying West that line. This was the offer made to Venezuela years ago. And it has not been modified in any respect since notwithstanding . Bayard a not guilty. Boys Poison Ltd Warren pa., april 4.�?four boys Harry Johnson Ludwig Wicks train Ernest Lund and Charles Ostegren Between the Ages 9 and 12 years were excused from school and went fishing. In digging for bait they found what they thought was an Artichoke and All them ate it they became violently sick and within an hour the Johnson and Wicks train boys died. The it her two boys reached Home and securing a medical attendance will recover. What the vegetable was they ate has not been cargoes Worth �?�1,000,000 Bra a new York. April 4.�?the Marine journal has compiled a record fires in american Cotton shipboard during the season just closed which extends from october 23 last to March 28. Thia record shows that forty five fire have taken place As contrasted with Only eight any note in the previous season the Loas being $1,000,000 beens Tor the Oqla a Gate. Provide pcs r. I april a Merton Dux Btu a. A Young cyclist this City Leit wheel for a transcontinental trip to ban Francisco. Two thong and spectators Witney the departure. Jury act Meta sex ass Staat Secretary state Lind Holm Michigan. Lansing mich., april 4.�?the jury in the Case August w. Lindholm a assistant Secretary state charged with embezzlement rendered a verdict not guilty wednesday afternoon after half an hours deliberation. Lindholm was arrested charged with embezzling $1,500 state Money from the office Secretary state. He fled the country but was located in Sweden last fall and extradited alleged embezzlement was detected while the examination was being made in the Secretary a office for evidence to the salary amendment steal Gay Stead and barns did it. London april a the daily news published a Leader explaining the Chicago City election. It says a this Dean sweeping the most corrupt government in the world is Ascribable to John Burns Plain speaking and . Steady a appeals which touched patriotic Pride stirred the Public Mew York Antl bottle Bui passed Albany a. Y., april a the Assembly Bill prohibiting All Pool Selling Book making bets and wagers has passed the Assembly yeas 92 Naya l it now goes to the applies for the destitute in Ireland. Spring fixed 111, april a a train Load flour and another train Twenty ears loaded with Stock went North from Here wedge Ednyr Tor new York. The supplies were contributed by the residents event it Illinois Tor distribution among the destitute Peck pie Galway county Ireland. Tiny donation will be sent from new York. Betel reread. Loe a Norrs gel., april 4�?the hotel Terracina at bed Tohidi burned wednesday morning. Loss about $40,-000. Most the one Fife escaped to their night clothes

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