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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 3, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSouth vol. Xxiii. South have Ami Boxt -a.t7g-Tjst 3, 1889. 1to. 11 . Gladstone has been offered a Krga sum by a London publishing 1 Coso write a political Romance Tihe grand old Man declined. A prisoner in Frankfort. Ky., has Fust attempted suicide by eating a a Ozen sheets blotting paper. Life 1 having grown dismal him he wanted blot it out. Elizabeth Akers Allen the author the famous poem. A Rock Leep. Mother a is living quietly at in Edgewood n. She is an interesting woman 57 years. Nome the railroads in India run Luggage cars and no traveler is allowed take a trunk. Whatever he a a Arries must be bundled and no Porter will move a bundle three feet without demanding ten cents. Frederick Al Weatherly says that tie has written something Between Jive Hundred and one thousand songs which a Nancy Lee Quot and a the three old maids a Cen Are the most popular. wrote a Nancy Jec Quot at Oxford within an hour while waiting for an a punctual Pupil. The largest Library is the Bibliog Cheque National in Paris founded by Vouis Xiv. It contains 1,490,000 volumes 300,000 pamphlets. 175,000 manuscripts 300,100 maps and charts and 1.50, 000 coins and medals. The collection engravings exceeds 1.300,000, contained in some 10,000 volumes. More than a Pound Wood and cloth was found in the stomach mrs. M Urphy who recently died in Birmingham Ala. For Many years he suffered severely from acute pains in her stomach and no wonder if she had Long been dieting the sort provender which her autopsy revealed. _ mrs. Harriet Prescott Spofford is a Strong advocate daily exercise for girls. She does not so much about its nature so Long As it is taken regularly. Mie believes that it is As much the duty parents insist upon a certain amount exercise for their girls a it insist upon proper diet and clothing. Putnam Tioga pa., has been at work Ever Sinco the flood in the Conemaugh Vauney drying out about one thousand two Hundred Legal papers. Hung them dry lines just As a Washerwoman would. To writing is As Good As Ever most them and in some very old and almost faded manuscripts the Ink has been brought out again by inc water. The most valuable Book in the world is said be the hebrew Bible Rathe Vatican in Rome. In 1512 Pope Alius then in great financial Straits f refused sell it a Syndicate Rich venetian jews for its weight in Gold. The Bible weighs More than �?zj125 pounds and is never carried by less i Ian three men. The Price refused by Ope Julian was therefore about $125 a and that too when Gold was Worth at least thrice what it is now Worth a owing declining health Queen Victoria is making arrangements by which the Prince Wales will relieve her much labor state documents. The Prince in he assumes these new responsibilities wishes it is said id take the title Prince Regent and have the use Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle the Queen retiring the palaces at Osborne and Balmoral. In the event this arrangement being carried out Prince Albert Victor will obtain the Marlborough House. / we Are not yet through with Centennial in this country. One Hundred years ago in August the Leum Well was sunk in Pennsylvania and it is proposed celebrate the occurrence by a rousing demonstration in the Oil regions the state new York and Ohio. There is poetic and ethical symmetry in the fact that about the same time when America started out illustrate Liberty enlightening the world it also furnished the Globe a with the greatest illuminator it Ever possessed. For the fiscal year ended May 1, 1889, there were sold in Illinois 2,002,-858 barrels malt liquors. New York sold 8,139,282, Pennsylvania 2.364,924 and Ohio 2,113,722. In Iowa the sales were bul 112,000. The grand total was 25.000,000 barrels nearly a third a barrel for each inhabitant the United states. In sales by cities Chicago was outdone Only by new York and St Louis the figures being 4.253,-759, 1,496,527 and 1,490,850. The increase in Chicago Over the previous year was 124,081 barrels much larger than in any other place. the Navajo tribe indians located a reservation Northwestern new Mexico Are becoming wealthy in herds and flocks. The tribe now owns 245.000 horses and ponies mules 800 cattle 3,500 sleep 800,000 goats 300,000 Burros 500. Some the indians it is said Are exchanging their horses for cattle which will largely increase their holdings the latter kind. The last Wool clip amounted 1.200.000 pounds and besides they bpm. 300,000 sheep pelts and 100,000 Goat skins. It is evident that these indians Are very Well . Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. The latest revelations concerning egyptian antiquities come through the research prof. Naville Geneva made at Bubas Tes. Bubas Tes was the sacred City Bast the cat headed goddess. It was supposed that its great Temple had entirely disappeared bul a. Naville discovered extensive remains it and striking proof show that the pyramids Cheops and chef Cren must have been in existence at least 8,700 ii. G. Or about 6,000 years ago the hyksos Shepherd Kings from Babylon Mesopotamia in the Twenty third Century b. G from Washington. In the United state there were 187 business failures during the seven Days ended the 26tb, against 188 the previous seven is. W. Elam Virginia was the 26th appointed chief the div lion railroads in the general land office vice general c. M. Wilcox relieved. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 27th aggregated fu24,01&/73 against 11.104,881.129 the previous week. As compared with the coi responding week lamp i the inc Reaia amounted 12.4 in the United states Treasury the count the Cash and securities incident the Transfer the office from Hyatt . Huston the incumbent was completed the 27th. There was $71 0,000,000. A shortage a was found in the new Silver vault where 8.1,000,000 Silver dollars were stored and a deficit 1� in the old Silver vault containing $45,000,000. The fear a general War in Europe was the 20th Given As the reason Why so much foreign capital was at the present time seeking investment in this country. On the �?T29th major Alexander Sharp paymaster in the United Stales army placed the retired list the East. The failure the Richmond taper company Providence r a for$008,000, was announced the 20th. The death Mary Jackson fcolored1 occurred the 2i>th at Ithaca n y., at the age one Hundred and five yeas. In new York the 20th citizen George France train completed Wasat he designated his a one Hundred Days fast according history he has Suomi std upon half a Pound chocolate and milk Dally during this time and never Felt better in his life. has dropped the title a Cit Izene and assumed that the 27th Joseph a. Starek ticket agent at Easton pa., for the new Jersey Central Railroad company was discovered Short in his accounts and soon afterwards shot himself dead. A storm wind and rain the 29th near Boston mass., uprooted Orchards slowed a Furrow fifteen feet wide a Long distance and threw w Ater out the Chico the pee River fifty feet High. Daniel beet a noted civil Engineer and Bridge builder died at Farmington me., the 29th, aged seventy eight years. In new Jersey a rain storm the 30th ult. Did great damage in the City Newark. In 8oulh Orange several buildings including the Post office were carried away. In Orange Valley the water was the second Story windows and much damage was done the numerous hat factories there. Bloomfield and Montclair also reported great destruction property. In Plainfield the loss was very great two three Square Miles thickly Fie tiled territory being submerged. E. A a ii. Bat it , one the largest Boot and shoe firms in Boston failed the Siuth ult for 1,200.1x10. The statement was made the 8 the ult. That the Standard Oil company had bought All the White Lead companies in the United states the estimated sum paid being $00,-000,000. During a rain Storin and High wind at Concord n. H., the Hoth ult the Arsenal and five houses were a roofed and several others destroyed. An Elm tree one Hundred and Twenty live years old was torn by the roots and blown across main Street a Cyclone the 30th ult at Ellis Corners Ulster county n. A a a destroyed a Large amount property and injured a number persons. On the 30th ult . W. B. Roberts the originator Nitro Glycerine torpedoes for blasting in Oil Wells died at Titusville a. left an estate valued at $3,000,001. Tobacco crops were said the 29th have Beeh completely ruined by a hailstorm. Near Banner l t., Forest fires the 29th destroyed the finest Bolt Timber in tie territory and were liable spread a great extejt in Indian territory Texas fever was the -9th causing Many deaths among cattle. At Gaylord Khan John Emmons was Given a coat tar and feathers the 29th by masked men for brutally beating his wife. In a Coal mine near Birmingham Ala a fire the 29th caused the death two men and thirty mules from suffocation. Fire destroyed the Gazette Jour Nal building at Hastings neb., the 29th. Toss f 50,900. A Thun pen Stob St a companies with a Shower bail stones occurred near Springfield mo., the 29th. Truit crop was badly damaged fifteen hat red Bushel apples being Knock d the ground one farm. C a. Herbert was Given forty lashes his Bare Back at Hagerstown m<1, the 29th for cruelly beating his wife with his fists. Mrs. Snodgrass and her two children aged nine and six years respectively w Ere drown w Hile crossing the White River in a Wagon the 29th at Rockford Ark. The most terrible elect Rich thid Hail storm Ever seen at Fayetteville Ark., occurred the 29th. Six houses were struck by lightning and burned and Many barns with their contents were also burned. The crops along the River were generally destroyed and the loss the Farmers would 1 be Many thousands dollars. A violent storm passed Over new Madrid mo., and Vicinity the 30th a doing great damage the Cotton and Corn crops. Warehouses at Tiptonville and Suzelie j Landing Wero also blown Down. At Duck Hill miss., and Vicinity a rainfall the 3 it the ult. Caused All the Large streams overflow their Banks and thou a Sands acres Cotton and Corn were submerged and fences and Bridges washed i away. \ j counterfeit Silver dollars in circulation at Kansas City were the 39th ill traced this notorious Jack bellies gang. Bellie had disappeared the 30th ult. Robert Craig a prominent citizen Crawfordsville Lud committed suicide by hanging. The death Zebediah Loe furred 30th ult near Findlay o., at he age one Hundred and one years and two months. His descendants number More than two Hundred Early the morning Tho 30th ult. At Hermanville Moss Edward Griffin shot and instantly killed his father j. W. Griffin whom he mistook for a burglar. Great destruction. A american was arrested the austrian Frontier recently for having la he Luggage unmistakable dynamite Bomba in further in ves ligation they proved be Canuta something that the austrian authorities bad never seen West and South. E. Baugh amp son s fertilizing works at Indianapolis were destroyed by fire the 26th. Loss estimated at $100,990. On the 26th Volney Fullerton a Young Farmer living near Carthage mo., died hydrophobia a year ago he was bitten by a Rabid dog but Felt no evil effects until a Day two before his death. The percentage the base Ball clubs in the National league for the week ended the 27th was a it follows Boston. .652 new york505 Philadelphia .573 Cleveland .565 Chicago �893 Pittsburgh .418 Indianapolis 569 Washington .323. American association St. Louis. .64 Brooklyn .653 Baltimore .571 athletic .554 Cincinnati .550 Kansas City .402 Columbus .379 Louisville. .225, Western association Omaha. .711 it Paul a 4� Minneapolis .527 Sioux City .463 Denver .442 Des Moines 417 mi.waukee�?z358 St Joseph .3 6. Foreign intelligence. China advices the 26th say that the yellow River had again burst its Banks in Shaug Tung. Inundating an immense extent country. There was twelve feet water throughout ten Large governmental districts. The loss life and pro it erty was incalculable. I5y the burning warehouses the 26th at Liverpool seven thousand Bales american Cotton were destroyed. In Hungary Lya Sylvania and Bukovina the 27th a Cyclone swept Over several thousand Square Miles territory and hundreds persons were killed the crops were destroyed and enormous damage waa done houses and churches. The marriage Princess Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar eldest daughter the Prince and Princess Wales took place in the Loyal Chapel at Buckingham Palace the 27th Alexander William George Earl Fife. The ceremony was characterized by All the pomp Royalty. Queen Victoria and All the members the Royal family England were present returns from the election for coup Milors general in France showed the 29th that general Boulanger was successful in Only twelve out one thousand Cantona the recent Golden wedding William e. Gladstone was marked by the receipt gifts from All Over great Britain and from admirers in other countries in Canada the crop Prospect the 29th promised the largest yield known for years in All classes Grain and fruits a fire the 8 the ult at san Luis. Cuba destroyed sixty houses and two children were burned death. In the bal it was Corpus proceedings at Winnipeg for the release Martin Burke the Cronin murder suspect the court the 39th ult endorsed the findings judge Bain and ordered the surrender the prisoner the Chicago authorities. In the Western portion the Island Kio Sion Japan an earthquake the 30th ult destroyed the town Kun Kumato and a Greult number it eople perished. On the 30th ult the Steamer thetis arrived at St Michael a Behring sea. From the Arctic Ocean with a portion the survivors the bark Little Ohio new bed in Chicago the heaviest wind and rain Ford mass., wrecked at Point Hope Arctic in storm for years occurred the evening the 27th the basements Many business blocks were flooded and Small Rivers rushed along the sides the streets. Many Trees were blown Down and other damage done. On the West Side an unfinished three Story Brick building was blown Dow n upon a one Story Frame cottage adjoining burying it out sight and crushing its occupants. The families a labourer named Charles both and a Blacksmith named Cornelius Ferdin Uchoa were living in the cottage and eight them were killed and four seriously wounded. The damage property in the City was estimated at 12,009,000. In the Harbor at Baltimore the 28th the excursion Steamer Chester struck a Little boat and threw the occupants into the water drowning John Rieux Mary Wiener and Mary Kalb. The residence mrs. Aseneth Street near Marion. Ind., was visited by masked men the 27th who beat mrs Street and her daughter Clara in a horrible Mauner. They were charged with gossiping too much. Christ Weinman Columbus o., murdered his wife the 27th and then fatally shot himself. Domestic trouble was the cause the tragedy. On the 27th the body . A Jones an aged and respected citizen Cincinnati and surgeon general the state was found in a Man Hole near his residence had been missing two Day a James by a coloured Coachman was arrested and confessed that he committed the crime because the doctor scalded him. James con att a bar keeper at Richmond a who bad left his wife went her Home the 28th and Cut her Throat and then killed himself in the same manner. In the wreck a passenger train the Chesapeake a Ohio Railroad at Brighton tenn., four train employees were killed the 27th. In the upper Waters the Little Kanawha Valley in West Virginia a terrible rain and flood occurred the 27th. Calhoun county was devastated and crops fences and Bouses were washed away. Several lives were also reported lost in pleasant and if achy counties great damage was done. The total loss was estimated at $619,000. In a decision the 20tb judge Field the circuit court Kansas City declared the statute allowing religious associations incorporated unconstitutional at Wichita Kart an incendiary file the 29th destroyed the buildings occupied by the Cannon fruit commission company and the. Witchita wholesale grocery company. Loss $170,000. On the 29th a Cloud burst flooded the country Between Beaford and Delmar in Maryland causing great damage. Near Santa Barbara Cal Forest fires had the 29th burned twelve dwellings besides a number barns and a Large Quantity Hay. A r umber horses and cattle also perished. Fob violating the 8unday Law one Hundred and sixty four Saloon keepers were arrested in Cincinnati the 29th the society the army the Tennessee will hold its Twenty second annual meet tog at Cincinnati september 35 and 36 la Book and a fsr Untiet amp Ocean october 3. 1888. Out thirty three Board there were but eight survivors. Later. Charles Dilger Aud Henry smart were hanged at Louisville ky., the 31st ult for murder. The former killed officers Jones and Rosenberger in August 1888, and the latter took the life his mistress Belle Ward july 5, 1>88�. The Connecticut rubber company Norwich conn., failed Tho 31st ult. For $100,000. One the heaviest earthquake shocks it had known in Many years visited san Francisco the 31st ult but did no dam age. A passenger train the Cincinnati Hamilton a Dayton Road collided with a freight train the 31st ult near Oxford u., and five persons were killed and Over Twenty injured some fatally. Francis l cd Apen a noted weather Prophet died in Boston the 31st ult aged seventy two years. John l Sullivan was arrested in new York a Che 3lst ult a requisition from governor Lowry Mississippi for participating in the fight with Kilrain and locked at police Headquarters. The republicans Massachusetts will hold their state convention in Boston the 25th september. A boat containing three Young ladies miss Lizzie Farrell miss Anna Mccabe and m r8 Alice Mcgillan was swept Over the Falls in the Menominee River at Norway Mich., the 31st ult and All were drowned. The great pacing stallion sir Thornton valued at $15,000, died in his stall at the Joliet Atli Racetrack the 31st ult sex senator e. Rollins new Hampshire died at the Appledore House Isle Shoals the 31st ult he passed away without recovering consciousness from a paralytic stroke he suffered four Days before he was sixty four years age Many horses in the Vicinity Peru ind., were the 31st ult afflicted with glanders. The three Omaha neb breweries owned by Metz Krug a co., were sold the 31st ult an English Syndicate. The Price paid for the Eluee was stated be $1,500.990. Stella Howard a Blind and insane deaf mute was taken police Headquarters at Detroit Mich the 3lst ult having walked All the Way from Scranton a in search an aunt exr kor William Germany started for England the 31st ult Queen Victoria a visit a machine gun exploded Board the training frigate Couro neat Dyer Rees the 31st ult at Paris and eight persons were killed and seventeen injured. Advices the 31st ult say that thirty persons were killed and eighty injured by a recent earthquake the Island Kiou Siou. At a meeting the Relief commission in Johnstown a the 31st ult a statement moneys in the hands the governor was rendered showing that governor Beaver had received a total $2,394,414.46. And that this $840,39660 had been paid put leaving in i hand $1,564,017.8& floods inundate a number new Jersey towns sweeping Awny much valuable property and driving families from their Home a heavy losses in Pennsylvania Maryland and Virginia. Plainfield n. J., aug. 1. damage by the great storm tuesday night is much greater than was at first supposed. Nearly a dozen dams in this Vicinity were washed away. The first dam break was at Fel Tville five Miles North Here. The break occurred at 4 clock and the Rush water carried away and absolutely obliterated two smaller dams below it at Mill causing a loss $20, 4j0. The water rushed Down scotch Plains completely inundating the Village. Cellars were flooded and All the Bridges were swept away. The Baptist Church Here is badly damaged and the old cemetery surrounding it is badly washed out in Many places exposing the Graves. A. In ski Epards a place was completely flooded. The Derby fur Mill Here lost $10,k in 6tock and machinery. The great body water divided a part it forcing its Way for a mile across the Fields until it reached Cedar Brook a Little Stream running through the Eastern portion Plainfield. The Brook became a River and then a Lake and a portion Plainfield a choicest resident lots was under water the second Story the houses the heaviest loser Here is Job mole the mayor the town who owns More than a Hundred these handsome residence dwellings. His property is damaged the extent $20,000. The Park Avenue Baptist Church was threatened with destruction. The foundation at the rear was washed out but the building is Safe though damaged. Many Gallant rescues were made in this part the town people who becoming frightened attempted leave their houses and were caught in the flood. Eugene Lane assistant tire chief was swept Down the Stream while out in a boat assisting others but was rescued by Means ropes thrown win. The breaking the tiers dam threatened Cut a big Swath through the business portion the town As a Brook which runs through that part the place is bridged Over with buildings Somerset Street the space underneath was not sufficient carry off the water and it backed into the Street Somerset Street was six feet under water. Martins Blacksmith shop and several smaller buildings were lifted and thrown in a Heap into the Middle the Street French a Mill was undermined and stands suspended Over a yawning Gap. His Carriage factory is tottering and May fall. Blimm a hotel stands with its foundations exposed at the Bottom. Hiram a Carriage factory is badly damaged and Ryer Sou s Carriage repository was damaged $19,000. On Somerset Street there is a Gully thirty feet w Ide and Twenty deep. The Gas Mains Are broken and the sewers disconnected. The breaking Wilson a dam in Washington Valley let Down an immense body water the dam at Wetumpka Falla Little damage was done until the Raab onry which was built supplementary the natural Falls gave Way when a Large mass water thirty feet High fairly leaped against the Falls. Masonry and rocks Tumble together and what was once a picturesque resort is absolutely gone. Coddington a ice houses barns and Mills were swept away involving a loss $30,000. Stony Brook goes through a farming country West the town so that the subsequent damage was slight the fifty two Large Bridges in Union a county thirty Are said be gone involving a loss the county More than $40,600. No lives were lost the dam at Syck Lse a Mill Pond at Mil bum broke Early wednesday morning and the escaping water drove hundreds i it eople from their Homes. Household goods and other property were carried away. The people fled in terror. It is impossible drive Over the thoroughfare. Paterson n. J., aug. 1. lower part this City is partially submerged. Huge boulders have been washed Down into the lower streets and front Yards. Blocks Street curbing have been washed out and sidewalks undermined. The Culvert near the county Bridge has been washed away. The Passaic River is rising rapidly. The Paterson Mills along the River Banks have water in the cellars and Olree 1-pits. Operations will be suspended. Tho dam at Hel Edon is liable burst at any moment Newark n. J., aug. 1.�?reports from All Over Essex county indicate that the storm is still raging and that the damage will be much greater than was thought Bloomfield suffered most severely by the breaking Fritz a dam. Fifty families were driven from their houses but no lives were lost the water is subsiding and the people Are returning their Housea Tho dam across the River at Belleville broke tuesday night and flooded Mills Street and did considerable Day nagato property in the Low Section Tho town. In the oranges the water is subsiding. A confectioner from this City named child was driving across the Bridge at Maplewood tuesday night when Tho Structure was carried away. was carried Down with the torrent together with the House and Wagon and was finally rescued by a crowd men from South Orange. Trains Tho Morris a Essex Road Are moving slowly through the oranges. Tho greatest apprehension is Felt at Mishura a watch has been placed the dam the Orange Reservoir two and a half Miles from town and 269 feet above it the people Are prepared move at a moments notice. The Storai in new York. Pour Keetsie n. A aug. 1. rainfall continues. The downpour has been heavy All Day. No damage is yet reported in this Vicinity although All the streams leading into the Hudson Are greatly swollen. Trains Are running regularly All the roads. In Pennsylvania. Philadelphia aug. L a the heavy Rains which set in Early tuesday evening and continued until noon wednesday resulted in one the heaviest floods which a visited the City for years. The Schuylkill was converted into a raging torrent and the flood gradually Rose until about 7 90 clock wednesday night. The water works were stopped during the a afternoon but the machinery has not been damaged beyond a coating mud. At Manayunk the water Rose a Point eighteen feet above Low Watermark which is higher than it has been since 1869. At noon the Mills along the River were stopped and All the employees were set work removing goods from the lower floors. Twenty two Mills in All were flooded but the principal damage done will be through the enforced stoppage the Mills. The tracks the railroads along the River below Market Street were submerged and travel was stopped for a Short time but no damage the tracks was reported. Considerable damage was done the wharf properties along the lower part the City and the Meadows were flooded. No loss life has been reported except the drowning one boy near Gray a ferry while attempting take a ride the wreckage floating by. The total losses caused by the flood will probably reach a very Large sum. In Maryland. Baltimore met aug. 1.�?dispatches from All Over the state show that the Rains the past few Days have done much damage. In addition the destruction already reported in the Peninsula counties Talbot county suffers severely in the Loes Hundred tons Hay and thousands bushels wheat and she May not raise Corn enough for Home consumption. Apprehension is Felt about the Tomato crop in Howard county the Patapsco is jumping. Considerable damage was done a amp mar Llly a big dam. The damage by the May flood had just been repaired. All the new work and part the old breast waa adapt any. Joada and Bridges throughout he court Are badly damaged. The streams in Carroll county Are Vry High and the county roads and Fields Are badly washed the Western Maryland Railroad is submerged at Carrollton and Trevanion. The Meadows along pipe Creek Between new Windsor and Union Bridge Are under water. Harford county reports a vast amount damage in the ruin crops about harvested and washing turnpikes. Streams never known go beyond their Banks Are wide Rushing Rivera in Virginia. Baltimore m<1, aug. 1. suns special from Danville va., says the recent Rains have made the suggest floods in the Danville liver and its tributaries since 1873, and they Are still rising. All the buildings the River front Are flooded. Low lands in the lower part the City Are submerged. The Atlantic a Danville Railroad tracks for six Miles Are under water and thousands Cross ties Awa tin rails Between Here and Milton n. C., have been washed away. The Roach bed is greatly damaged. There Are seven washouts the Virginia Midland Railroad Between Here and Lynchburg and travel is entirely suspended. The damage the Danville a new River Railroad is great there being numerous bad washouts and the Bridge Over Cascade Creek is swept away. There were no trains Over that Road wednesday. From Caswell and Rockingham counties in North Carolina and Henry Franklin pit Sylvania and Halifax in Virginia come reports terrible damage. Bridges fencing and Low ground crops arc gone in every direction. The Bridges Over Sandy River and Sandy Creek near Here were swept off wednesday. Reports from the James River Valley and other Low sections Are the effect that the Grain crops have been greatly damaged and in some cases it is believed utterly destroyed. Stocking the streams. Fish flared in Western water by the United states commission. Washington aug 1. A the United states fish commission distributed during the last fiscal year 100,009 yearling fish the indigenous species the Mississippi Valley consisting cat it fish Buffalo Crappie White and Black Bass Sun fish Pickerel White Perch Wall eyed Pike and native Carp. Of these 4.009 were planted in the Blue River near Edinburgh ind., 46,009 in Illinois Rivers 10,009 in Geneva Lake Wisconsin and 9,000 in Waters Nebraska. A Plant 12,900 year old Brook Trout was made in Tho Waters Indiana Kentucky Ohio and Michigan. One year old Trout Tho number 90,000 were distributed. Among the allotments were Indiana 9,000 Iowa 15,000 Michigan. 11,000 Nebraska .1,400. Lake Trout the number 3.000.000 were distributed during the season 2.000.0� going the state commissions and l 000,000 Fry Lake Superior near Duluth. Of the yearlings this species 14,000 were deposited in the Waters Indiana and 10,000 in Michigan. The distribution a Juch Leven Trout eggs was As follows Nebraska 39,000 Wisconsin 30,000. Tho Sandusky station collected during the year k50,,0 h White fish eggs and the Alpena Mich station Adf these 30,000,000 Wero distributed the Northwestern states bordering the lakes. The distribution the Fry produced at the he Dusky 1 Alpena and Duluth stations was As follows Lake Superior 10,000,000 Lake Erie 40,000,090 Lake Huron 35,000,090. Wail eyed Pike the number 50,000,000 were deposited principally in the Publio Waters Minnesota Illinois Ohio new Tork and Vania. Lake a Upchur got 3,000,000, the River 7,000,000 and the Illinois River 2,000,000. Greenback principles the coming National convention will adopt a platform Denun Chatory trusts monopolists and British capitalist. Washington july 31.�?chairman George Jones the National Greenback con Mittee will Issue a circular letter in which he will Sayi a in reply my inquiries from its. Female suffragists and repro other sentimental tend Semi Poh tical game Ationo asking admission Wittl act will be taken by the come nor Greenback convention the question Quot they represent i desire say that it is the almost unanimous opinion it Fiona National Greenback ers that the National Greenback convention be held at Cincinnati september 12, confine its declaration principles the ?tidn9 restored fraternity and a sprit True american National in among the entire people oppor Tion Tho dangerous sect onus tit a solid North and solid South payment pubic debts according original contracts under which they were issued the Mcney land and transportation trusts Board Trade gambling and Martn prices for american farm products English control Over the volume our Money English capital manufacturing handling products american labor and such other questions As affect the material interests and welfare the people and free the letter then says that Trade and Commerce is languishing for want More Money and declares that Tho application Greenback principles would stimulate business and increase the Prosperity the Labouring classes and the merchant and manufacturer. Burkes hopeless the Manitoba judge refuse Grant $ writ Hareas Corpus the Cro lit suspect and his extradition in now assured. Winnipeg Man., july 3l�?the court Oil was crowded when the Throe judges entered give a decision upon the Appeal in the Martin Burke the Cronin suspect the chief Justice waa the first Render judgment he went Over the facts the proceedings very hurriedly and then proceeded sweep away one by one the objections raised by Burke s lawyers when the application for a writ Hareas Corpus was made. The chief Justice had examined the cases quoted by Baker and had found that they fully sustained his opinion that a Man who is an accessory a crime May be indicted As a principal As the agreement that the court should be governed Only by the provisions the treaty the chief Justice held that the court could Only be guided by the crime intended be committed and not by the definition the crime in the treaty. did not consider it hi3 duty weigh the evidence. All that was necessary was see that there was sufficient evidence according Dominion statute commit for trial. As the defense had set that there was no evidence convict he had been obliged review it. had done so and he could not help arriving at the conclusion that taken As a whole the evidence was enough excite Strong suspicion against the prisoner. The chief Justice then reviewed the evidence at considerable length. In his opinion the Appeal should be dismissed and the judgment Justice Bain extraditing Burke sustained. Judge Dubuis delivered a Short judgment concurring in the principal Points and concluding that the Appeal should be dismissed. Judge Killam in a judgment considerable length agreed with his brother judges in dismissing the Appeal and holding Burke for extradition. The three judges spoke the desirability cultivating a policy the freest Exchange criminals Between the two countries but pointed out that it was a matter for the executive departments Deal with. This decision settles the hero and Burke will be taken Back Chicago As soon As the formalities with the Federal authorise i at Ottawa Are completed which will take about Eig it ten Days. Chicago july 31.�?judge Longenecker was gratified but not in the least surprised at the news from Winnipeg tuesday that Burke s application for release a writ Hareas Corpus had been denied and he had been remained for extradition a the can still Appeal the supreme court a said the states attorney a but i not think he will i expect hear that he has started for Chicago in custody As soon As the necessary papers can be forwarded w Winnipeg from Ottawa Chicago july 31. five men in jail indicted for the murder . Cronin were brought before judge Horton yesterday but no Progress was made toward deciding when they will be tried. State s attorney Longenecker opposed Sullivan s application for a change venue holding that it was not made in statutory form and the motions quasi the indictment made by the other defendants were submitted by their attorneys without argument judge Horton then took Tho Boie matter under advisement indefinitely but will probably decide a a five motions this week before the gloss the july Terra. Wan a cheap a Side. Vork the wind. Sex senator Rollins dead. The venerable statesman succumbs the effect a stroke Farai Ysl. Portsmouth n. Pm aug. 1.�?ex-Sec-Ator e. Rollins died at 8 clock a m. At the Appledore House Isle Shoals. passed away very quietly having never recovered consciousness from the severe Shock sustained saturday last his wife and three sons were present at his bedside at the time his death. Friday morning the remains will be taken Concord where funeral service will be held. Deceased was 64 years old e Lward Henry Rollins was born in Somers Worth n. In. October 3> 1824. His ancestors were a Moog the first settlers new Hampshire. was educated in Dover n. H., became a druggists clerk in Concord and subsequently entered business there own account. In 18 5 he was elected the state legislature serving part the term As speaker and in i860 was appointed chairman the state delegation the National Republican convention. served in Congress from 1861 1�67, where he was conspicuous for his opposition the measures for the granting land the Union Pacific Railroad. In 1877 he was elected the United states Senate. was the founder the first National Bank Concord and president the Boston Concord amp Montreal Railroad a m a Burke coming Back. The warrant for extradition signed by the Canadian minister. Ottawa ont aug. 1.�?sir John Thompson minister Justice yesterday afternoon signed a warrant for the extradition Burke. Winnipeg Man., aug. 1.�?chief--police Hubbard and lieutenant Ross the Chicago police arrived Here wednesday and Are making arrangements for taking Burke Back. They have secured a special car for the accommodation the prisoner and the Chicago party now Here. Hubbard says he does not apprehend any attempt at Rescue but will take every precaution. The party will be fully armed so As be ready resist any attack the train. Terrible Accident. Eight the Crew a French training ship killed and seventeen wounded by the explosion a machine Gan. Paris aug. 1. Tbs training frigate Sourenne while off heres in the South France wednesday morning bunt one her machine guns killing eight her men and injuring seventeen others. The Accident occurred in the course action firing. Grand army men firm in their demand for a one cent fare the Milwaukee Encampment very Likely suiters Steamboat l nes offer Veteran cheap it Raos Orta Vidri Chicago july 31.�? the Gre Iid arty the Republic department commanders Illinois. Iowa. Minnesota Missouri Indiana Michigan Kansas and Nebraska were in session Here nearly ajl tuesday debating the stand they should take ill Rife Fence the annual Encampment next month at Milwaukee. The re sol rile rhe eting Wall a positive Gnu uni a tied endorsement the announced determination discourage general attendance in View the refusal the railways make satisfactory rate tiring the intervals the sos Eions several representatives Western roads had talks with the commanders in which they expressed the Hope that some adjustment would be reached by Calisie Iier be Kph it Lvi lines were anxious carry Milwaukee All the people their cars would accommodate. They were let by a counter element Tbs officers wild agents Steamboat lines who were apparently prepared and port Tho veterans from Chicago Milwaukee chartered steamers at a rate even lower than the stipulated one cent a mile. Tho Only question involved was whether hot they could he assured enough passengers warrant the ehg Ageo cot the i steamers for the trip with tie necessary May Over Atid sl6ej ing accommodations the boats during the stay in Milwaukee Harbor. A some the Railroad men notably the passenger agents declared that while they were personally anxious carry the grand army men at the rate demanded and while roads having Long hauls could make Money at a lower rate they regretfully declined accede the request because the would be boycotted by the St. Paul and the Northwestern roads if they did. General Martin commander the department Illinois said the Railroad official had held tile Lulu sauders off Cne Btu it another until this time and As the commanders were required report the National commander by August 12 How Many each their departments would turn out they were compelled take action now. Asked if the course pursued would seriously damage the pros pacts for the Milwaukee Encampment h6 replied that it certainly would have some effect it is known however that a Good Many members the grand army will go the Encampment As individuals but within a few Days a circular will be issued from the Headquarters announcing the withdrawal the department from the Parade and this will practically Cut Illinois out the procession. It will be followed by similar circulars from the other department commanders participating in the conference if there is no change in the programme agreed upon. Recent events have stimulated the sentiments in this direction. After american Heaters. New York. July 31.�?having gobbled All the brewery Stock they wanted the English capitalists have now turned their eyes in the direction the theatrical business As a Field for investing their Loose capital a substantial offer has already been made h. R Jacobs secure a controlling interest in the Twenty Heaters which he is running in various part the country. For a two thirds interest in the concern the Syndicate has offered $500,000. A big fire in a cuban Village. Havana july 31. A Kan Louis a Village near Santiago Cuba has been visited by a disastrous tire. Sixty Bouses were destroyed and two children were burned death. Be get a killed at a crossing. Louisville ky., july 31.�?William Shick and mrs. Hannah Becker were killed at the eighteenth Street crossing the Ixia Sivill Southern Railroad in this City monday even ing Walls endeavouring Cross the track. Henry Pfishner was probably fatally injured. They were in a Wagon and did no hear the locomotive Bell they were a Well known Germana living just out Ald the City limits. Natural Gas in Heath Dakota. A Luette Al d., july 81.�?John Williams living five Miles Southeast Mellette in digging a Well for water struck at a Dipti fifty feet a Strong flow natural Gaa he intends Boring deeper and Utill ring ii Westfield collapsed water waa the Village eds coffer n. Y., almost wrecked by a Coone Many persons injured ruin caused by rail. m. ¥., july 81.�?about 7 clock tuesday Altig a Cycloria struck Ellis Corners Ulster county four Miles West Highland destroying a Large amount property and injuring a number Persona. The Cyclone which was accompanied by a roaring sound that terrified the people seemed come from i funnel shaped Cloud. Matthew Harcourt s Vineyard was completely ruined and every tree in his Apple Orchard was rooted the Trees being carried away As though they were feathers. The House and barn John Nelson were struck and completely demolished broken timbers being carried hundreds feet . Nelson and his wife were blown out the House along with the Hying timbers and both were seriously but not fatally injured two barns belonging Patrick Mcgowan were totally destroyed . Mcgowan who is 80 years old was so badly injured that no Hopes his recovery Are entertained. There being no More buildings in the path the Tornado no other serious damage was done. Bed quilts and dresses belonging mrs. Nelson were found in a Pond four Miles from Tbs scene the Accident huge timbers Wero also fould Stuek in the mountains some distance away. Newark n. J., july 31. most disn.4 Trout storm that has visited this Vicinity occurred tuesday afternoon and evening. In this City cellars were flooded and sewers burst work had be suspended in the factories in the lower Section. A washout occurred the Morris amp Essex Railroad at South Orange and trains were delayed for Many hours in South Orange several buildings including the Post office were carried away and 250 barrels flour were washed out one storehouse. In Orange Vauney the water is the second Story wino tvs and great dam nge has been done the numerous hat factories there. People were compelled paddle around planks and swim in order get places safety High ground. Bloomfield and Montclair also report great damage property. No lives Are known have been lost. The greatest alarm prevails around Mill Bura above it is the Orange water Reser voir dam which is not regarded As Safo. Should it burst it would overflow Millburn and other Small towns along the Rahwan River w hich it is the source and the damage would reach As far As Rahway. Plainfield n. J., july 31. greatest flood Ever known Here tuesday afternoon. At 4 clock the dam at a Tony Brook above the Greca Valley Mills gave Way carrying with its Coddington a ice houses and Many barns and seriously undermining the Mills. It 5 40 a dam Green Brook in the heart the town also gave Way and caused much damage. Many wooden buildings were carried away. Shortly after 6 clock the immense dam at Back scotch Plains andean additional body thrown into the Valley below Green Brook could not contain it and the water rushed across Cedar Brook and thence through the finest residence portion Plainfield. The damage Here is very great two three Square Miles thickly settled territory being submerged. There were Many Gallant rescues life. Concord n. H., july 31.�?during rainstorm and High wind tuesday afternoon the Arsenal and five houses were a roofed and several destroyed. An Elm tree 125 fears old was torn by the roots and blown across main Street. St. Louis july 31.�?a very violent storm passed Over new Madrid mo., and Vicinity monday evening doing great damage the Cotton and Corn crops. Two Little inca boats the Arkansas City and Carl Schurz lying at new Madrid were totally destroyed loss $14,009. Warehouses at Lipto hath and Suzelie Landing were blown Down. Winona miss., july 81.�? never in the history this Section was there such a rainfall As there was monday night and tuesday morning East Here for seventeen Miles the crops fences etc., Are a perfect wreck. Land i Over loved that never was known be overflowed before Duck huh. Miss., Julur rain fall was the hardest for years in this Section. All the Lorgen team Bare overflowed their Banks. Thousands acres Cotton and Corn Are submerged and fences and Bridges washed away. The weather indicates More Tail a a a crash in the show Trade. A a Sij run rat by e. A a. Ii. Bachellor a roof Hod it a a that for liabilities about 81,250,000, with a a a like amount. Bolt ton july 31.-e. And a. Bathel Jor k co., among the largest Boot and shoe houses in Boston doing business at 106 summer Street Llave assigned. Or. Batchellor the firm states that the liabilities he Bear a can now be ascertained Wili reach $bk>0.000 with nominal assets about the same Tina Fri. An expert accountant is now going Over the books and a report will be made the creditors As soon As possible. The assignees Are Thomas e. Proctor Boston and r Batchellor North Brookfield. The Lai Ger amount the indebtedness is a Aid be bit paper and held by patties who fire present unknown the firm. Four fifths the indebtedness is Banks and individuals. The leather fade will not suffer As the firm paid Cash for most its leatbe4�?T. The firm is one Long standing and was rated by by Street g. A. The failure creates great Surprise. The firms factory at North Brookfield gives employment 1,100 hands calling for a weekly Roll Over $10,000. Until recently its production was mainly heavy boots find shoes but lighter styles have flu gely taken their place. The product has always enjoyed a High reputation for excellence. The firm was one Thyl ten firms Worcester county that had a Long contest with the knights labor in 1887, and the struggle which waa very Fez pensive undoubtedly contributed the embarrassment the firm. he immediate cause the trouble is Large losses made by . A. Batcheller outside the business the firm and the difficulty in obtaining Money the firm s commercial paper account recent Large failures in the leather Trade. Boston july 81.�?mckean a Appleton shoe manufacturers at Balem have assigned j. Beebe Boston. The estimated liabilities Are from $65,090 $75,000. One Moret Syndicate. It is said have its Eye the Grain elevators St. Louis. St. Louis july 31.�?it is Given out Here that a Syndicate outside capitalists either English Eastern have a longing Eye the various Grain elevator properties in this City and East by Louis which have been consolidated under one management and known As the St. Louis United elevator company and that efforts Are being made buy the Stock and get control. It is said that this Stock will easily 10 12 per cent dividends hence he desire obtain it the property invested comprises a dozen elevators capitalized at $2,090,000.___ death a noted Tach a. Marietta o., july 81.�? pro John Kendricks a a Marietta College died Here tuesday aged 86 years. waa a classmate Salmon p. Chase Falmouth and West take a professorship at Kenyon College. Stanley Matthews sex president Hayes and other eminent men recited him there. _ the Ritaa Dardy Slat St pure a. New York july 31. world say that the Standard Oil company Haa bought All the White Lead companies in the United states the estimated amount being $60, 00 000. The Atlantic company Brook Len is said Hare been the Lut anew Lioa. Killed by falling v/all5. Chicago visited by a disastrous 8t�rm wind and rain during licit a newly erected building i blown Down crushing a cottage in its descent eight the inmates killed and several wounded Chicano july 19.�?a rain and wind storm extreme violence accompanied by Thunder and lightning broke upon the City Logout 6 clock saturday evening and raged furiously for three hours. It was a More it Era storm than is recollected since Tho one Iii Sibsa a half dozen houses were struck by lightning and fired several buildings were blown Over killing wounding their Oci pants bundled basements Tho Jav Orfi fahd South sides were flooded destroying a great Deal stored property and a Hundred minor cide hts Are reported. An estimate Thi damage wrought exceeds $100,000. In the terrific storm a new three Story Brick building the Northeast Corner Leavitt and Twenty first streets fell the ground crushing in the wreck a cottage which stood near by and killing eight persons As follows mrs. Chris Tina Boch aged 39 years Hannah Boch 8 years old Albert Boch 6 years c. In Erdin Anchus 33 years mrs Ferdin Anchus 31 years Cora Ferdl nachos 5 years Alida Ferdin Anchus 3 years Mary Ferdin Anchus 4 years the wounded Are Charles Boch 43 years August Boch 13 be amp is Lada Ferdin Anchus 8 years Ada , 7 years. Tho Cotton was a one Story and basement building and was occupied by two families. In Tho Trout rooms lived Cornelius Ferdin Anchus with his wife and five children. Tho rear room were occupied by Charles Bock his wife and three childred. The building which fell upon it was so new that the fresh mortar offered Little nesistabp0 the furious gusts wind and rain. It foundations were Laid Only five weeks ago but the Walls were finished Aud the roof was partially . It was owned by William c. A a Rue Sha tier 959 West Twenty first Street and August Karshnock fourteenth Street and Ashland Avenue was Tho contractor. The Accident occurred at 7 29 saturday evening when every member Tho two families were the first floor. But so sudden was the crash that engulfed them that not one escaped from the House All going Down under a Mas flying bricks and mortar. A slight swaying the Tail Structure a swinging its roof and before a word warning could be Given it utterly collapsed. The Only victim Able extricate Hilins if was Charles Boch a powerful Man who succeeded in freeing himself from the debris. Bruised and bleeding he crossed the Street a grocery store and gave the alarm. In a few minutes members the fire department under fire marshal Meyer and Twenty policemen under lieutenant Thomas Beck were engaged in the work Rescue. But nearly an hour passed before the first body Wai taken out it was that Little Mary Ferdin Anchus who was nearly dead. Cora Ferdin Anchus and August Boch were then recovered the Little girl dead but the boy not seriously injured. Mrs. Boche a body was found doubled by a heavy bean that rested her neck and head and her Little son was near her. Little Ada Ferdin Anchus was located by her crying and taken out after three hour work. She and her sister Luda were the Only ones saved in the Ferdin Anchus family both patents and three children being dead when taken from the debris. All the dead were taken the morgue and the wounded Are cared for at the county Pital the rain storm Warf the most remarkable deluge Ever experienced in Chicago. In four hours More than four inches rain fell an amount whose excess is Only appreciated by those who remember that two inches Rafn Seldom Falls in Twenty four hours. The storm was also severe inthe suburbs the rain flooding cellars every where. Thousands dollars damage was done. In Hyde Park i it Ake and All the adjacent District great damage was done wind lightning Aud rain contributing the work destruction. The unprecedented rain fall the High wind and the incessant lightning caused a loss property that is diff leu estimate. All kinds property suffered Good in cellars and basements streets Shade Trees sidewalks lawns shrubbery driveways unfinished House and dwellings. There were forty four alarms fire a Many from lightning and most from the destruction the insulation the electric right wires. In no , however was the loss a heavy Ond from this source. One fact was made cd Day w the storm the sewers Chicago were unequal the task carrying cuff the water that fell a the storm will probably be an agitation the matter looking towards a Radical improvement in the drainage facilities. Severe storms else Heine. Fax fkr is Bung w. Va., july 29.�?tehs-� phone report from above say there was a terrible rain and flood Friday night in the upper Walters the Little Kanawha reports from Grantsville say Calhoun count was devastated and crop fences and houses were washed away during Tho night several lives Are also reported lost particulars Are hard get the River at Grantsville is reported be fifteen foe and rapidly rising. Reporte from other sections along the Little Kanawha state that a fearful storm occurred during the night and much property was destroyed. Middle Island and All big creeks above in pleasant county fire reported rising rapidly. Boar run Rit by county suffered terribly. The �0s9 i reported at not less than $659,-oo�l a a millions Money. The count the Cash in la a a United states Treasury completed. Waste la cd ton july 29. count the Cash and securities in the United states Treasury incident the Transfer Tho office from . Hyatt . Huston the incumbent was completed saturday afternoon. There is $7u0,000,990. A shortage eight dollars Wols found in the new Silver vault where 85.690,090 diver dollars Are stored and a deficit a Gnu the old Silver vault containing $45,000,000. Both shortages were immediately made Good by persons responsible for Esafe keeping the Money. It is believed that this Money was lost during the recent flooding the vault. Boulanger badly left a i Given a majority in but twelve out 550 cantons. A Bis july 29.�?elections for members the councils general were held throughout France sunday and the returns so far received have dropped the Hopes the Bou lantsts Zero. Ont the 550 cantons from which returns have been received Boulanger was successful in Only twelve. carried Bordeaux polling 3,316 votes against 2,691 for his opponent but was Defeated in Montpellier and Rouen. The republicans gain three seats from conservatives. Retone Are still awaited from 923 cantons. Canadas Trade with the United state. Ottawa ont july 29. Dominion customs returns for the fiscal year ending june 30 show that the efforts the Dominion government turn the balance Trade in Canadas favor have utterly failed. The returns exclusive British Columbia show that during 1888 and 1889 Canada imported goods the value $105,408,446, while the exports amounted Only $86,. 014,584. Terribly butt a by Beta. Columbus ind., july 28, infant child Nathan Mcintire this City Wae attacked by rate thursday night while in bed asleep and terribly bitten. Be child Eta

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