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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 11, 1891, South Haven, MichiganBy Kim of to a or a Mich april i 1893,. Isto. 47 a the african continent has crossed sixteen times twice before Riffia six times Between Quot that time and Ami eight times Simpa Iziha t the round top Quot building Between Canajoharie and speaker s Basin n. F., recently destroyed by fire was an a old colonial Structure probably the a oldest in the Mohawk Valley and is said to have been a Milf in 1732. Epitome of the week it Krestino Kows compilation. Charles Broadway Rouse of new York is one of the few business men in the country who their employees at the end of each Day. The services of one extra clerk enable him to do this and he Gars the system is satisfactory both to is employees and himself. The new Queen of the Sandwich islands is Lilia Namakaeha Lilinona Lani a sister of the late King. She la 2 years old was educated in a missionary school and is married to an american or. John 0. Domante who has held Many important positions in Hawaii. A rabbi Solomon Schindler of Boston has taken Strong ground against the proposition to colonize Palestina with hebrews Quot lie says that the country cannot sur port More than three million people and the russian exiles alone numbering five million would largely Cvet populate it. Wirk playing in new York recently Sara Bernhardt discovered that her Foster brother was living there. She him Ted him up found that he had a Charm ing Little girl six years old with a whom Sara fell in love and she asked Tod Tave charge of Regina. Sara Means in it Bend her to France had have her of splendidly educated. The past Winter will go on record As one of the most disastrous in the history of navigation. The loss of the Utopia with Over four Hundred persons rat Gibraltar is the greatest of the sea on hut of Mailer catastrophes have been uncork or Only numerous. Now comes the report that eleven vessels have been wrecked and fifty four lives lost he Lurrie Ane a in the South so As. Washington. The doling session of the intern tonal american monetary commission which organized in washing a last january was held and it was decided that the fixing of a ratio Between Gold Ami Silver and the adoption of a common monetary unit did not seem at present feasible. Tax business full res in tha United states daring the seven Days ended on the 3d Mux byed 248 against 236 the preceding week and 206 for the Cone pot Ding week last year. The Treasury department has paid the direct tax claims of new Jersey $382-614, and of Ohio ,43$,0t& it was announced that no Law had Ever been passed by Congress making the violation of a treat % pin Shabla offence. The exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United Spates during the week ended to the 4th aggregated 5�96,810.081, against $870,055.369 tha previous week. As compared with the corresponding week of 1800 the decrease amounted to 16.it in the United states the visible sup ply of Grain on the 6th was wheat 23,483,00 bushels porn. Aflu�,233 bushels Oats 2,313.337 by amp it cos. The is contestants to comp Kate tha pm a Atiba limit to firm of Schulte 4 Udrea a a be hardware real cos at St Joseph la., Faund for$170,000. The three children of Arthur Ritchie of Bice Lake. Wit to flute through tha Loe on Birch us und were drowned. In Bartholomew and adjoining counties in Indiana several persons and Many head of Stock hive been bitten by mad doge. In it is. Louis the work of enclosing find securing the grave of Gen. Sher Man has been completed and the Rili tar guard Broosd the Tomb Ivorid be withdraw. Dit Rafidi a ext prove that Alexander pm Der. An old citizen of Goshen ind., thought to Hare been murdered by tramps was attacked in his sleep by bats. The Captain of the Steamer Earle Kinsley from Hikawa which arrived at ban Francisco reported that in Northern China there had been a severe flood and that Over 16,000 people had been thought Fri actor senator Edmunds. Drowned. F a president did new of the new York Central Railroad gets a salary of $73,000 president Mcie Undy of the. Mutual life insurance Cor. Nav Foo to president Hyde of the 1 quit Able 60,000 i resident Peers of the new York life a 60,-000 Jevc sultry Ole la of tic Central Trust company $84000 president it Tel Rritt. Of the United mates Trust cc8r.pany, $30.u00 or rident King of the. Union 1 rust com any. S >0,000. One of the electrical appliances which will presently coir into As general requisition As Fly at now enjoyed by to electric motor i the electrical Heater. It dispenses Utip All dirt i i the House and can be turned a if and on just when it is wanted. A Large percentage of Fth heat from a stove goes up the Chimney and is wasted but As the electrical Heater is Light and Handy and can be moved from place with ease the full advantage of its heat can alway be secured. Boston has seventy million area among the first capitalists of the town \. Are the Ames family who reside in a North Easton. August Hemenway one of Bostons greatest merchants a left tha largest estate Ever administered upon in that City. It amounted to $22,000,00 o. Frederick l. Ames and Benjamin Pierce Cheney Are the two richest men in new England either one be in Worth Over 820,900,000. Gen. Butar ranks Well up among the Rich Noi of the Hub. It is reported that whenever Lawrence Barrett played in Paterson n. .j., among the most interested of the auditor was an old Man with Betit Fig tire and Bald head whose face shewed an a unmistakable celtic origin. He never applauded but always eem cd pleased Luvi those about him did. Once when the testimonial to barrettes a kill was longest and most emphatic this old gentleman Ali Rupply Rose in his a eat and exclaimed a Darragh do be Jimr that now that a my son Larry. The East. The toothed of the two nicely boys hanged at Somerset. Pa., for the murder of Farmer Umberger has become a raving maniac. The Pennsylvania construction company and the Columbia a Iron a steel company of Union town pa., made assignments with total liabilities of $1,-000,000. During March 48,767 immigrants arrived at new York or 13,343 More than in March 1ss9. Italy leads the list with 7,869.�?T in Boston and other new England cities a heavy Gale did great damage. The legislature of Maine has adjourned sine Din. At Lowell mess., fire started by canal Las boys caused a loss of $10 ,000. Nest i Kingston n. A. Italian Quarry a t Prattsville col., two children were fatally burned by the explosion of a can of kerosene which the were using to atari a fire. At White Oaks n. M., two women committed suicide by shooting themselves with the same revolver they belonged to wealthy families and left a note saying. A death is Sweet and we prefer it to George Harris who killed hit wife at Caldwell 0., ires sentenced to a Ufa term in the state Penitentiary. Lorenzo of Point congressman from Nebraska Iris accepted the position of assistant Secretary of the Treasury to succeed Gen. Batcheller of new York. I in Britt la., dozens of cattle horses and hogs were dying of hydrophobia. A mad dog run amuck in that Vicinity several weeks ago. Tiik Colorado legislature has adjourned sine die. The death of Gen. Lucius j. Gartrell occurred �,1 Atlanta go. He was at one time Sij Nemerof the United state Congress and also of the Confederate i Congress. Daniel g. Fowl governor of North 1 Carolina died suddenly at his Home 19 after adopting Denun Chatory Raleigh of heart failure. La resolutions concerning the leans Lynching hoist s a singular incident is related of two a Georgia Brothers who were devotedly attached to each other and who had often expressed the desire that they might die together. At Gainesville a. Walter Wood in attempting to Cross the to it Bibl Bee River in a Skiff was drowned by his boat capsizing. On the Sanie Day and a lout the same time his brother Julian Wood who was working in a Glass factory at Birmingham. Ala., was overcome by Gas and died in a few minutes. No the new Oriel an american Flag Ami then riddled it with bullets. The Quarry owners discharged the foreigners. It v in the Massachusetts legislature a canvass of the Republican members on the presidential question shows that Blaine is the first Choice of 104, Harrison of 24, Sherman cof 6, Reed of 5 and Alger of 2. In Philadelphia the suit of to l. Longagainst the Pennsylvania Railroad to recover for a trunk lost in the Cone Maun flood was decided against him. The judge said the Tref of was lost through the results of a an act of an explosion wicked the government powder Mills at buteo a. Y., end John liar Lorn Thomai Rogers a George Thompson and Harry Thompson were blown to atoms. Fifty persons were injured some fatally. In a fire at Rochester nine italians were burned to death. At Lancaster it Edwin e berm an a lumber dealer has assigned with liabilities of about $300,000. Harvard and Yale have completed arrangements for a series of annual athletic contests this year s meeting to be at new Haven conn., May 16. At 6 22 on the evening of the 7th Phineas t. Liar num the great showman. Died at his Home in Bridgeport conn., after an Gulnesa of Twenty one weeks aged 81 years. Lie left on estate valued at $10,000,030. An explosion in a hungarian boarding House at Braddock pa., burned eleven men four fatally. After a service of Twenty five years senator George f. Edmunds of Vermont has resigned from the United states Senate. A a the methodist conference of new York has decided overwhelmingly that women shall not be admitted to the general conference. The new mayor of Philadelphia gives the police depart nent ten Days to get out of politics or out of the City a employ. The spire of St. Helen a Church in the Isle of Wight which w As built in the beginning of the last Century and shortly afterwards struck by lightning had As was supposed the Large Bell of its chime cracked As the tone was very much muffled. The other Day a Church vow Arden happened to of in the Belfry and through curiosity examined the Bell he found that there was no crack in it but a piece of w Ood broken from the wheel was pressing against the Edge and stopping the vibration. This being removed the Bell a iter being muffled Lor 170 years rang out merrily to the astonishment of the inhabitants. / a Boston numismatist says that the finest Coin collection in that City is that of or. Panne Lee a Baker up in East Chester Park. Lie bakes nothing but Beans Boston baked Beans and All the Money he makes he puts into old coins. His collection is Worth Between 940,b00 and $50,000. He had a Complete net of a Marioan Silver dollars a the Only aet in Boston. Next to Parmelee a coi i 4 Lection the finest one in Boston la that of Nathan Appleton of Beacon Street there Are hundreds of collectors there and the aggregate value of their Coin a probably greater than in any City in this country outside of new York. Snow april and it is currently asserted that tip a Dative Heights of men and women in Engri land Are r undergoing a change. Observation extending Over a series of Jeffears Baa shown it is declared that Tutaj or much am apparently growing taller and the men Shorter. The Long considered a mystery but at a re cent Lanina dinner it was unanimously agreed that the men Only Gereffi lag the apparent elongation of hmm bang the result of comparison. And it a a Fri other settled that tobacco did in and i begin the1 prec Ttoe at so Early an age West and South. The superintendent of the census has made Public the result of a special count by races of the state of California As follows White 1,111,358 coloured 11,438 chinese 71,681 japanese 1,099 indians 11,355 total 1,208.130. George Justice the last Indian of Southern Indiana died at Jeffersonville aged 60 years. Mrs. A Lucretia Nichols aged 109 years died at Decatur ill All Over Northern Ala fell on the 5th. It was the Snow in that Vicinity in Over the death was announced Walker founder of fit Johns the age of 89 years. A levee broke in m flooded portions of the counties of Issa Queens Sharkey and South Washington doing great damage. At Minier ill three men Shoup Wood and Peterson were arrested on a charge of counterfeiting Nickels. Flames swept away business property valued at $150,990 at Memphis ten. At Obr Enrille ind., or. P. Bird had both his eyes destroyed by the explosion of a bottle of Medicine he was shaking up. David e. Davis an old Man who murdered his aged wife it Leavenworth kan., was sentenced to Oak years confinement in the Penitentiary at us Rynd of which time he is to be hanged. Near Cleveland the tag tempest went to the Bottom of Lake brie and Houim Loomis Engineer William Hng i fireman and Harry Henaff rat Teman were do waned. On being told that she would die of pneumonia lira Emma hot Kong of Indianapolis ind., allot herself. At $<fittttami4 of. D., Fred Bartlett avenged facts Sisters Educ Tom by fatally shooting three men Mil then lolled he Merit to Elmia Aind 4flm Fera eem Hee Noah rated maj. Burk Edsle mama Tor United states Venater. I Tox re gitis destroyed the Village off Moeton who i the a a ver annl veneary of the found lag of the grand army of the ism wlm a to Ikka were five candidates for May or at the municipal election in Chicago Hempstead Wash Tinc the Republican nominee probably being the Victor by a plurality of Over 1,500. S. U. Pinnet was elected Justice it the supreme court in in Wisconsin. Ife was the Independent candidate nominated by lawyers. In Michigan the republicans carried the state in the recent election by about 5,000 majority electing the Justice of the supreme court and two re hits of tic state University. Foreign intelligence. The English newspapers in Eom ment amp a on australians action in declaring that Colony a Commonwealth said that it was the first step toward a declaration of Independence. By an explosion in a Coal mine at Staffordshire eng., ten persons were killed and others injured. Exports from Hamburg to America for the first Quarter of 1891 have increased $1.000,000 Over the same period in j890. Lab year the amount of Silver exported from Mexico was $8,000,000, and the amount coined $28,000,000. Germany has it is said definitely decided to withdraw the embargo on american pork. Many native chieftains in India were said to be organizing for a concerted Effort to throw off the Yoke of British Dominion. From the wheat districts of Europe reports All agree in indicating a Short i crop. I King january and february emt Grants leaving Germany for America numbered 7,648, the largest number for that period in five years. In London it was reported that Parnell had been privately married since the of Shea divorce proceedings and not to mrs go Shea. Latest reports from the chilian insurrection indicate that the revolutionists were rapidly gaining ground. The Balmaceda army was being recruited from the prisons. Later. William c. Brooks a Pioneer of Seymour past years of age and very Hearty has Cut almost a entire new set of Teeth within the few weeks. Roof. Mcgowan a co., grocers and Cotton factors at Memphis tenn., have failed for $120,72$. Tvs most valuable cargo of Coffee Ever brought to a his country arrived at Baltimore. It consisted of 23828 bags Worth $>60,213. The town of Tobias neb., was nearly wiped out by fire. David Davis a detective employed in Hunting out illicit stills was found murdered near Elk Hom a. N. Byres a co., lumber dealers at Lancaster pa., have failed for $190,000 Gilbert Wicks a Well known Iowa Farmer died suddenly at Davenport while in a lawyers office giving a St auctions regarding his will Patrick Brennan aged 102 years died at Bis Home in Hurley was. He leaves 104 descendants and has the record of voting for the last Twenty presidents. Michigan Salt manufacture an have formed a new organization to Montro the Price of their product. A. J. Morris the last survivor of the fart minis massacre near Mobile ala., in 1813, died at the age of 100 years. Two unknown men wore seen to eap it size in a boat on tire Mississippi River at Davenport is. A Bradley a Nitro Glycerine works at Petrolia ont., blew to Rae workmen were blown to fragment. Tvs championship so of of a Aerieal association of seeb alleluia opened on the 8th. Russell erect who took a satire part in the formation of the Recob hoax party and air red three terms in Oon Grees died .9 ire Home in Pittsburgh pa., aged 74 years. The Ion pc it the Oyster Beds near new Orley reared by tha wire it a rep Plantation will the u United states treasurer has paid by it Jim Fimi of the Namathe tha direct Tanh Tufia of the state amounting in a Stool on tha it event Gold i found in by Dominion Una Naan acid at Man noon out a la a am ibo up Abb Fml a a w Ash Oton april 8. A senator f. Edmunds of to Mont who in the itt lit of the i fixed states since Aprati 1906, and in nearly if not quite All of that time ups Bru Bod of the Republican Lender it it a signed the resignation to take effect a he first Day of no Yetner next. It is i Secretary will be his successor. The resignation of senator Edmunds is not a Surprise to those who have known i feelings. The reasons for his bourse senator Edmunds said were pavely person Al his own health and that of his family made residence in Ashington daring the Winter Treeon unsafe. He Ltd arranged to spend the Winters in the Milder climate of South Carolina sit would go to Aiken with his family Only coming to Washington at occasional intervals to attend to any business he might have in the supreme court. It speaking of Bis re la Muon so no Lor Edmund a recalled that it had been to ailed to the governor of Vermont april 5, and tie considered his service As a senator ended from that Date. It was april 5, 1866, that he took his eat in the Senate under appointment a the governor to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Solomon Foote. His serv ties in Congress therefore made in even Twenty be ears. Senator Edmunds in response to questions reiterated that his resignation was due solely to the personal reasons which he outlined. There could be no doubt that he looked upon the act As closing his Public life and no talk of tic supreme Bench or of the English Mission will find encouragement from him when it is heard in the future tie h surely will to. The following is a copy of the letter tendering his resignation to the governor of Vermont United states Senate Washington april a 991�?sir considerations entirely per tonal Load me to tender you. As the governor of Tbs state of Vermost my re in nation of the office of senator of the uni uni states the resignation to Tako effect on the first Day of november a. D., 1891. A this action has been for some time in Coo temptation and is fluff ill decide d on and communicated to you at this time in Orde that there May he ample time t<3$bsr and consider the views it t in people of our state in respect to the selection or my Suo censor. A thus terminating my official relations with the state 1 beg to express to her steadfast. Intelligent and patriotic citizens my profound gratitude for the Long and no aver no Confidence and support they Haw Girt n Pic covering As eventful period of a Quarter of a Century in my efforts to promote and defend so far As i have been Able their Honor and welfare in common with that of All the people of the United states. In ceasing to be a senator i am a foul that i Itlene to be a citizen of our a Ovid com wealth and that i May. With my allow citizens in private life boat Lune to strive for the maintenance of those principles of Liberty Equality and Justice a government which Lavaf without the Shadow of turning animated theft from the foundation of the Republic. I am air very respectfully yours Quot Georoe k. Jtomvnda.4 senator Edmunds notified vice president Morton the president of the Senate of his resignation in a letter of which the following is a copy us read states Senate. Washington april i �?8ir it becomes my duty to inform you that i have sent to the governor of the state of Vermont Tny resignation of the office of senator of the United states to Talty effect on the Glrst Day of november next. Accept sir for yourself and the state my parting salutations embracing personal Good wishes for All its members and a confident Good Hope for its future As a the Sheet Anchor of the i in sir very respectfully yours a a George f. a How to an by a at 6 28 of clock conn., april s.-1 he i barn am posted a a evening in the he of a wife and family. During the perk of or. Bamm unreal which began Twenty one last Frida there Hare Beff ago which eral we it his of died together. Two Young women croat a sensation in now mole of pro firring death to life they commit suicide by Mutual consent on faster sunday Denver cold april a a Sonia of a n. A special says details of an Ester sunday tragedy at White Oaks n. M., has reached Here the affair being a double suicide in which two handsome Young women Fon Perly of Liberty mo., were the actors. Some two years ago Mist Portia Hill came from Liberty to serve As governess in the family of a mrs. Goodwin ellia. At the end of a year she married Howard Doyle a brother of mrs. Ellis and a prominent Young ranch Man. On their bridal tour they met in old Friend of the Bride. Miss Jessie Ridgley who replaced mra. Doyle of governess in the bilis Home. It was their custom to spend saturday night Odd sunday together. On last easter sunday mrs. Doyle came on a visit to Hafif Ridgley Tod the two were seen in Long Earnest conversation at various times during the Day avoiding the other members of the Fame or. In the afternoon they went for a walk and in an old Corral near by their dead bodies were discovered an hour later. Over the heart of each was a Bullet Bote. They were clasped fat each others arms and Between them was a revolver which usually had a place on a mantel in miss Ridgley a room. They left several notes one giving As a reason for their act that a death is Sweet and we prefer it to life. They requested that they he buried in the same grave. The request was of melted with. Each of Whiteh he rallied although in each instance with a slightly lowered vitality. At 9 86 of clock p. A the sufferer fell into a stupor Frost he Wes not aroused. In a Geni we or. Barn fish bos prescribed directions for his funeral. He wished it to be of a private character and a ostentatious. Of show and Parade he said he had had enough during his lifetime and his commitment to Lis last resting place Teto tie devoid of All ceremony be and the simplest tribute it of Effie Ctm and respect Phineas off emptor was to in my of a Connecticut Farmer Saafi was Bora july t Fitti a a Ter Iff pm shr Redmesa. Altof tet Kate to a Drewry store for air i is he see red a clerkship fas a Brooklyn store sad thee related Home to Roa a store of i ova at the age of 1a three years later he assumed the editor ship of the Here d of Freedom in let subsequent to served two or three terms of for alleged libel Hersum bickered in Tapoof Uther enterprises before be went into the Sliby Ous lne. Which really began when he managed the exhibition of a coloured woman us years of age. The Jenny Lind �h�2gc ment however was Bis first great strike and it netted him la v. From this time on his Genius for the a How business continued to add to fit Fortune and Fame. It was he who brought out Tom thumb who wore the Honor erf being the first he first showed Toung the sacred White elephant of Barm a and jumbo the largest elephant Ever seen is this country. ,. The a Prince of showmen cannot be Sain a a have always been Lucky. He was particularly unfortunate in regard to fire. In 1mkj his museum the original at the Corner of Broadway and Ann Street new York burned was one of the greatest fires in the tory of the metro Polis hundreds wild animals were released or eating the wildest sons Tom Ion Tro Fig the of baby thou a and of spectators who gathered to 1688 his place of Broadway near Princi Street was burned and rot Rule Manj air a on la. Tote Erl p<9 �4ns, lost their lives he thee moved Onlo fourteenth Street Between third end fourth avenues and that place burned in 187 causing a Large Ion of human life. June a Lisa Bis big tent burned to Chicago it having be n pitched on the Lake front. Including the loss of his residence Quot Irani Star 01 Bridgeport barn am to estimated to have lost s\000,000 by Ore a maidu Ros great Success As he i Una Ltd if a Aid to libera advertising Tot which be bad spent hundreds of thousand of dollars. I estate is Worth 410,00 my or �12, . In his will executed a m8s, be made Rev Large bequests to Charity. Many year ago he and Bis then associate Gen. Noble donated to the City of Bridgeport Washington Park a Beautiful Grove surrounded by churches and one residences which the City would not a Ell now for Hundred of thousand of Dollar. Then he individually Gar the e�y#to.0 m Worth More of land for Park Purje sos on condition that it would mint Feln it forever a a Park and a wave a a free bathing ground on its front in the City cemetery he gave several thousand Dollar Worth of lots for a burial plot for the Craod army of the Republic. Is much More for the fire department of Brifil report Ato single Graves for poor people on condition that they should be scattered Alt Over the cemetery not located in any one place together where the spot might Cut me to be known by the opprobrious name of Potter s Field and the further condition that the very poor shall he burled foe nothing and in Noelee shall More than 19 be charged. Instead of the Ordinary rate of 67. In addition to it Thal he gave about so too a crib of land for the cemetery the fils naive town of Bethel a few Miles from Bridgeport he erected a Fountain that Cost him iio.0u�o in Berlin and with the fitting up and ground about it represented 996,000 at least. In 1883 or. Barium made his will in order that there might be no question Aste i sanity upon which to ground contests after his death fic had eminent physicians examine him and secured their attestation that he re of sound mind. The will and it codicil cover More than 709 pages of a Gul Cap. Closely written and dispose of real estate and personal property of the value of #10,000,000 to Twenty seven heirs. The property is in new York Brooklyn Bridgeport Colorado and several other place. His bequests for charitable purposes Are numerous and Large. Among the beneficiaries Aro the a Vagin Home. Children said society old menus Hajj Vromen a Home and the society to assist males and female Over 18 years of age of this City the Bridgeport orphan Asylum Bridgeport Hospital and other Bridgeport societies or. Barnum also made provision for certain worthy charities by bequeathing to them a stated percentage of the Large annual profits accruing from his share a his shows. To the City of Bridgeport be secures the my water front not already seized by private corporations with a Dock upon it costing Tao Jott for Twenty one years after his death during watch time his executors Art forbidden to sell or lease it. The great a Bowman was a Man of Broad inform Tico and was very popular. He was twice seat to Congress was Iwine mayor of Bridgeport and represented his county in the legislature tour terms. Barnum was a Teet Taler and at one time declined a nomination by the prohibitionists for president of the it tog it 8 1 ver 1x1�?hew wan founded Decatur 111., april f. A Power s opera Hoane on of Ute in Tbs state outside of Chirigo was filled monday night by the citizens of Decatur to witness the opening of the Twenty fifth anniversary of the organization of the first Phalg. A by the . The opere House has a seating capacity of 1,600. And every chair was occupied. Dnn Bam poet which is the outgrowth of original Post no. 1, occupied seat in the stare the woman a Relief corps being Given use Center tier of the Parquette. There were 853 Mcm we wifi present at 8 30 p. Mayor Kan an commander of the Post one of the charter members of Post no. 1, called the poet to Parade rest and explained to tha assemblage the occasion. Tha an Hoa nement Wasfy let offed by Lection of notional airs by Woodman orchestra. The Reading of general order not a 1. Toned by commander the Simu Observance of this occasion was read by Bev. Or. King supplemented by tha address of the commander which also read by or. King the entire Audi a nce remaining upon Ite feet miss Belle steel of Mai Steele of Decatur song the a red White and Bane Dunham Dost coming in on Iho Showa. Two volumes of personal War sketches wet a resented to the Post by David 8. Shell a Berg a who if Obi presentation remarks stated that he was not a Soldier in the dark Days but he was a patriotic citizen. These volumes a Ira so Bulky that they could not be brought on the stage. Commander Kanan called upon Comrade Afi state senator Johns to respond us tha gift the response was gracefully made. Sex gov. Oglesby responded o a unanimous Call for a speech. He made an eloquent Appeal for the completion of the National memorial Hall and said that Decatur was the place few it. Of the thirteen men who Fco it it it gel in the organization of Dunham Post no 1 but six survive. B. Stephenson is dead m. Kanan is still living and is serving his third term As mayor of this City. U. I Steele is trea surer of Macon county. T. Bishop is comptroller of Bradford 0. C. Rely mame la a wholesale merchant in Bloomington 111. It. 8ib� Tey is a physician i Decatur and j. A Collrin a a Printer Here. George do titling. I. G Pugh j. In. Nale j. W. Routh. Joseph print std a. Toland Are dead. Maj. Stephenson formulated the grand army idea when he was a Soldier on the Field w Hen the War was he submitted i plan to several cd id who did not think much of a-�?-�?T�1 the time urging Over com it at a Tate old a Tiff a a sisal mail sry. Madison ind., april 8.�?maj. George w. Var Tey a prominent stove Mer chant killed himself sunday night with on electric Battery White bathing Hia foot he had attached a galvanic Bottey to the water hoping to cure him rheumatism the most horrible reunite followed Aas uhe died a great Lov Doh april am tha chilian a the l report hit hirer an roped la gain ing Gro Suri. The bal Saceda Artsy la cur Blahd april 4�?"fjea Asta Ted in tha listed Eal Road fori �?~,.�1114114 tag Tenhof Foht Iff Tea who loot in Fot i lied stales.1 the veterans. Programs of Jaboc at do to o. A. By Estar. Iii. Decatur in april a the weather continues Bright and pleasant for the veterans who Are Here to attend the Silver anniversary Encampment of the department of Illinois grand army of the Republic. There Are Many soldiers present from Indiana Ohio Missouri and states farther away. The National Council of administration Hod business sessions tuesday. At night the regular meeting of Dunham Post no. 141 was hell recruits were mastered in and Gen. Veazey and others were present. It was a red letter session for the Post. At the opera House woman a Relief corps no 4 gave a reception at which mire Sallie j. Steele delivered the address of Welcome which was responded to by mrs Delilah a. Leaverton department president. Gov. Oglesby and Gen. Veazey made Brief addresses. Lex repro of Nebraska or i washing ton april a a tentative Lorenzo �?�90s accepted the of Flea of assist at Secretary of the Treasury tendered him by Secretary footer and will be appointed by the president the a Tew Days. Or. Croons will take the office vacated by Gan. Batcheller. Of Mew York. Be travel to Sbott the his notion on the comrades but found no encouragement such an organization meant expense and the soldiers had not recuperated from the Shock of the War. Stephenson himself was As poor a a Church mouse. He submitted Hia scheme to Richard j. Ogle by. Then governor John w. 8nydr, Robert m a taxis. It it he a a igbo foot John 8 Phelps and others of Springfield. Doubtless from each of these friends he received Many suggestions that were incorporated in the plan. In the Spring of 1866 at the request of Comrade j. W. Routh and m. Kanan Stephenson visited Decatur with his manuscript plans of organization briefs for ritual etc., and placed them in the bands of j. W. Routh j. T. Bishop m. Kanan and George h. Dun Nung who revised the manuscript and formulated the original Constitution regulation and ritual of the order. Next to the charter in interest Are the minutes of the first Assembly of old Post 1, which Are As follows at Afi in formal meet Tui Fiew april 6 psf Lei Ter the purpose of a Encampment Kibe Gran i army of Tai Republic the Follownamed person were mustered by maj b. Step Tomion aft<1 constituted charter Mem c puffy j. W. Routh. J. H. Nale g. H. Duante. Kaaba. I n. Co Trio g. Al Steele Jobo prior. J. T. Etc shop r f. Sub by c Relby ame Aquilla Toland. A a Jtb a upon motion the Encardo pm rot Tere Tato an election of officers with the lowing Rewalt 4 _ a officers for the District Brux leu. I. C. Pugh commandant of District Lieut. Cob a b Nale District quartermaster j. W. Rout i District adjutant. Off Ceis for the Post m. Post commander o. R. Steele Post adjutant g h. Dunning Post quartermaster Chris reibsame officer of the Day j. T. Bishop officer #1 the guard a w. Routh Post surgeon. A of whom were duly mastered by maj. Step Benton a he thee declared the Encampment duly organized and ready for the to Faaao has of say bust Sens which might some a fors it and signed it the Post of Honor As de eat steam meet no i. A on motion seem mites of two a As appoint so so procure s suitable room for the encamp meat and a port at next regular me Efing. A a of Motew. Tuesday a a a decided upon a the night for regular Aseet Laira. Of motion and Jornod to a met april 10, im4 a pm. Kanan pest commander. A Tsonos r. Steels fast such was the birth of the grand army of the Republic. The record of font i were Losi for Many years sad not until 1887 were they found and then Only in port general order no. 1 was fawned on the lit of april 1868, from Springfield ill and Ike following officers were announced col Jutes c. Webber Aid de Camp and chief of staff and col John m. Snyder quartermaster general Cantor ill maj Robert m. Woods adjutant general Juliet ill copt John a. Ugh foot assistant adjutant general teat. J. 8. Phelps old de Camp Chicago. American pork. Ours Sony the to mavs toss lds to mme perished in their Tui we. In a Dart i 1 m . A. Rochester pa., april lives a re a lost in monday morning s it Between the Rose building Corner of Brighton and Mew York Street to a the Railroad crossing was a Row a Frame tenement houses the first floors of which were occupied As Bouses. Shortly after Midnight fire was discovered in the Teneni to it build a Flag and in a very few minutes All were the flames. In the Milt it of toe hottest port of the fire a Al italian girl about 16 years of age appeared at the window of one of the burning building and leaped toward the ground two of the file Xueyi fat Chiuso or before she struck the ground. Belpre her Sou she stated that All her father family were in the burning House but As the flashes now had full control of the building it was impossible to save them and seven persons perished in the italian family. Fac of no of opted by the italians were the the get fee of the Brokling and i Hgt Hytti Hod careful inquiry was a wife it the occupants of the first by it to take fire. K was inhabited by a Shoemaker named Edward j. Keene with a family consisting of a wife and three children. None of the family could be found for to lib we a la during the height of the excitement mrs. With two of her children arrived from i itt Tiit waa then feared that or. Keene a fid his eldest re Walter a boy of 8 years 9f age Ira lost Brave men at once went to work among a burning timbers and soon discovered the charred remains of father and son also together but burned to an unrecognizable mass. The Carp with the two of the italians that have Wen recovered Are lying in a stall at if ayes livery stable. To names of the victims a i Edward j. Keeae. A a a 6w his a a Valter. 9 a ars hut to cd Tapio. 2? a ear 11 Ansir. A year set John. It years do veer r a. 8 Yea a Victoria to a brother to , age unknown the bodies Are so badly Burnel that they Are . There has also been $500 in fold found among the ruin which belonged to the italians. The italian girl be Only do saved says $500 is still in the set. A. She talks incoherently and seems u re member but Little of the frightful struggles Tif her Kinsmen. She that when she awoke the fire waa burning wow and theil Rolt in a were filled with smoke. Six slept in Ilic Back room her Mother an the children in the mid Ibn Tom and her fat Ter a my la i brother Vitt it it re tie Kio and Josef use trek Boto Victor �7-Eupied the front room. Marte tried to Rounich a per pie. But they were Al ready . Stayed until the fire burned her and she won a impelled to jump for life in m a Winch w. All the bodies have been recovered. They Are lying Side by Side in joining building. Each body u burned buy Oil recognition. His right m Row of Blaek fund bodies is horrible Annie toe baby had one and Arm burned completely off Lic other Ito All fearfully mutilated. There a sort of evidence As to How toe fire started but it the the opinion of toe authorities and it a a cml to be the Correct a 0e. That a lamp left bom tug w or. Keen in his Kitchen exploded and my Hooee. There appear it to be no indication of Mevo Diar by. The total in Loos $6,000, which 18 fully covered by insurance. Fatal flames at Washington. Wash Toton april 7.�?i Ranee Lewis an eld a a Lorod woman who was Cook in a restaurant w�4 burned to death at he Horne. Tie old woman kid made a bed on some chairs near the a stove. And her screams aroused the police who broke the door in to find the woman a mass of flames and charred flesh. She died almost instantly. It is thought that a spark from the stove set fire to her clothing. Week. Mallet gives up Hon for ss4 a talk off Potts Heob or a a it 4�?tfh� Offtor the ii cite having contracts Lor the manufacture of Iron omd Stoel Lor Job Emmett warships Tare brew ordered to hurry up the work a it a result at the talk of War with Italy. April in Teu toured that the German government has Defont Italy resolved to withdraw the embargo placed upon american pork. It the added however that the official notice of this withdrawal w�o1 probably he delayed a trips time the View of certain Whiteh Are Stubl going of bal Wadi the glm Ofca of of now Yak Hili a 9� a Emmr is court a a give Hail a indict no ask lat Iii so i a Mae to it i a Scolf k new Coleane april a Domick c. O Malley the private detective wbk a ured so promis cantly in the Hennessy a alas nation care and who would mrs been lynched if he Hod been found after the killing of the italian a nor owners on a the huh of March or fug that matter any time within a week thereafter conned a sensation Friday by quietly walking into the criminal court and surrender Lea himself to answer the indictment Aira Inri Wim. Of Malley waa accompanied by the attorney Lionel Adama Sod by James Barry a Well know local politician. We Cal the Firat tar Ari to waa Over or. A Clam Quot a the Cotrit and said his client dds Raa to give Bond for he appearance to Oliwer the charge against a Sec there Werd three indict Cota a Stout of Malley Ting the attempted men in the henncs#6 another for pm re a by charged in Tho the ill twant to have been committed id 188 a and Ike third for perjury Oteo alleged to have he a committed in 1882. Judge Marr fixed Tho Bond in a each cose at $10,000. The required bail wan furnished and of Malley wa8 released from custody. During the proc Edmon the Long by it ked for detective was a Loeb ably the coolest Man id the courtroom he is carefully dressed end if he at All agitated there were no a eternal evidences of it there was much during the Day a to the Steps that would be taken by Ile committee of safety How that of Malley had disobeyed its Mam Dato an a returned to the City. It is probable that there will to no a chef action taken against the detective and that to get will be allowed to answer to the us for the crimes Char lad against him. This View is taken by to of Terry cd states against which of Malley to pending a $10,000 damage Anit for slander. Tire state say. A How ver just the of peo May he a Bon against this Mea and a a he he to it a a a to be is no Al tee Sana of the a a a and be must be accorded a a. Anal not a bar of Bis had Mast to touched it Are a the band of the Law the Stales has certainly Rood reasons for Ester tamil so Ron feel Law so of Rew nement to am Domaney. Trot the r trbt�c<u5 in it Rai be of the a or Ltd a is Finis bed on Tbs huh of ifs a the Rule of the hat an end the Law Bare re warned Ribeir mum Sod we now dt.m�n3for to a person As we to aided it for him even on to Day of Trase by. A fall fre and fair Bear Jig �4 la the court of the land a of Malley said Friday evening to when he got ready to give his Story to in a m it be it would cause s number of people now joining in the cry against him to hide behind their doors. A to the Pari a Pri a it it a affair the said. A. Be were innocent and the prop to made a bite my Stan Osle a Buh i Bop they flu Upo dirt a Toth. Wide we aa.1 Orp Baba hereafter eeb a of the Ato Eteleo men Isado a stat meat to me. A Bich i investigated and a a aun�4 Hub a. I found that ail of Theta told Tbs truth with one except a. Solista. Ail this Taia about aborting a in cases and bribing a a a u Untrif a. You Beard the it tar i and to by us oct. I my ppr Oklad us a with ref a were to fr1v� the c or i we my to Indest Bapp i 2 eight Vara terrible tragedies. A Tom pm kill my More a melt i his Elf at Bloomington do of an and raw into �9 Era Tor. Bloomington ind., april 4.�?ward Demarce a a year of age. Living with his father and Mother and two ate Tere and two Brothers on sixth Street in this cite an Friday afternoon Cut the Throat of the a Grid Muther. Who Lay sick in bed it use Gro. And then Cut the own from ear too each dying ire a Mitt when the no sleep for a John Cunningha wins the a stay Awak a Content at petrol a Midi. Detroit mich., april 7.�?oi the men who entered the a stay awake contest at wonderland Only one Man lasted out the we eur Days. Old Simon Townsend the a eth peddle a lasted until 1 o clock monday morning. Then he leaned against the Wall near the Coal stove. The heat was too much and he dropped into the land of nod. John Cunningham Tew awoke and continued to took remarkably Bright even when the 168 hours were completed at 1 of clock he did not go to sleep Bat sat about the museum and talked. Cunningham is a tall Man and weighs 170 pounds. He lost see pounds during the week but his appetite was always Good and Hia face looks Rosy and cheerful he was formerly a pm Fraad Man and staid awoke one before for four Days and nights. He will take abort naps of about an hour with exer tee Between Natii he regains his Oor Asl condition. A Long continued sleep might end in death or insanity. He wins $500. Large specie shipments. To dmm mme Tot hard Munnjr Stan Uhr of to in ctr a new Yoke april 7.�?the exports of specie from that port Ost week amounted to Al. 771.311, of which $1,519,-716 was in Gold and te$l,5s5 Tolver. Of the total exports $1,300,000 in Gold and $324,700 in Silver went to Europe and $119.796 in Gold and $26,835 in Silver to 8ovth America and the West Indica. The imports of specie during the week amounted to $19,581, of which $17,057 in Gold and 2,524 Silver. Heir Clied Snyder. I oiai�f0iiimyiixr,lmd.,A�Rfl-4�?pfoe in. 4 Momm. Greta of error of wre Fertad it i Mata a is Moat a tour to bar a the great tar ire Telo m a Retro. So Taal b my if 4m� Toft cute ski i at Tow Affif free wifi a lire United Staten. Has Blifil Mant of Tea United Sun pm Boa. Wham a hymn i of it. Apha it or tray Clear mad Hilua Adliff a a a a of i to the warn a Traane Arroo at goal a. a a Taro to a distal Catena go Owen ind., april 7. One of the Tampa arrested Here charged with the murder of Alexander Snyder has con feared. He Rey. Be knew Snyder s wife in new York and she told him Tea old Man tape 0 Larga amount of Money about Tea House. Acting upon this ire formation he and his partner to great with Tea it Kattaa of getting bold a Mthr a Ash. They did not intend to Tashea. Yer salad to Gate Tam a say of to what testimony by be grand jury Bas upon Anat Octa that with Throat stantly. Quot at the Young Man sent Bis soul into Etc Njuty there was an miss Green a Mother t and his the to see nearly dead in a own of adjoining room a a % ing student of the state University end the a year Ohl sister of the mat Ridde and suicide but they did no to hear a sound of the shocking deed going of so near them t Pon going into Rick Ruom they were horrified mrs. Demarez with her head severed from he body lying Cpl of blood and Ward de Maree in 9 Uke rendition of the floor. Demon had a Rouege student for some time and has born study my lao Kru a. Pm Furj w part la ton College. At the Timi Oltha tragedy an older daughter was sent at school and Tea he Lay upon a the Tad Rick. Two Malier children were about the House rat Mother seeing that her Arm had a razor in the hand a he approached her bedside ton cd to children from the room. Word approached the mothers bedside and with one slash of Tea Rezo nearly severed her head from hit the sea after looking at his Fien gab work a Minuto or Mare Knelt on Tea floor and with Tea reme Woody weapon Cut his own Throat. The bed and floor presented a ghastly spectacle to the excited people who soon crowded to the room. The tragedy won enacted la Tea heart of Tea City. A parties Are highly connected. Tea family knew of the songs aberration of mind but had kept the matter a profound secret. Anderson ind., april 4.�?Friday at noon de Alexander a Telegraph operator beat Hia aged Mother into insensibility and. Under the impression that a Hod killed her swallowed a lot of Potera and then shot himself inflicting a sight wound. He died at 5 o clock from the effects of Tea Poison. He wan to Hare been married next w Eri reday. California s population. A Ter a balt lash car u. april 7.�?All a a mormon psf wow on Day Gergs q. Commom Sapota of Taff Freto stopping Poty Gamoua la Tea Tamara. A sold it Treab a r mire to of Repfie 14 hot. Ire Ter Alfi Affif Siuw fail a wow us a Rerer Alp to to lore to of firefly saw Tea i Otto or in a a a to a Dsa a High amp Tbs r#�nls-�4 a spa total Caret had my my. I w As Hung ton april 4. A superin tend Sut Porter has Mode Public Tea result of a special Coant by area outta state of California a follows White 411v a so Colorado. ,4$7 Chin Are t4�$u a Aponas 1.099 Indiana 14996 total 1,$94194 Tea is atom ret for Star a Hows that while tip pm nor population off Tea slate on a a Tala tas do mares to 4451 Tenas 1994 there Tan Tare a re to the Chineta it Popal Nottom Oft Taj a a it of fire Francisco mire time of 4,1�_psii horror in a London april 4�?a Aten in a Eoal mine took Plure m a it data Stafford Bira. Tre per erred Ware a a a a a. So Aal a re Mioff Muto a Ftp to to it

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