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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 8, 1891, South Haven, MichiganVol. In cd South a a Wens Quot Mich., att Vij to x1 8, 189x to. 12 the War records will make a Good sized Library. Sixty five volumes Bave already been issued by the government i one series. Two other series will follow. I a epitome of the week. % b ame a a. Bradbury of Maine and Alpheus Felch of Michigan who entered the Senate in december 1847, Are the Idest sex senators of the United states now living. Interesting news Compi Tatum a or. Oliver w Kedell wolves says Mif nine tenths of the medicines in the world were thrown into the Ocean Mankind would be greatly but what about the poor fish Sun an b. Anthony finds that Twenty three states have Given women the right in vote for school officers. That is just a majority of All the states. Susan How moves to shake it unanimous. From Washington. The business failures in the United states during the seven Days ended on the 31st ult numbered 247, against 254 the preceding week and 189 for the correspond ing week last year. It was said that j. B. Baal a real estate expert testified before the Rock Creek Park commissioners at Washington that sex pre ident Cleveland bought his a red top property for 26,000 and sold it for 8140,000, realizing �114,000 profit 322 Miles of Railroad Hare been built since january 1, a heavy decrease the death is announced of Bishop Flasch at Lacrosse via aged 00 Yeara inv. William m. Perry pastor of the Central Ives Terian Church at Smith s Grove. Ky., fell dead in the pulpit from heart failure. Samvel i Iago a real estate dealer at Allston mas., failed for $->00,000.while blasting rocks at Eagle Point la. Matthias Wolfe tried to escape a falling of it wider and fell 60 feet breaking Bis leg in eight places and crushing his Skull to a jul a. In an altercation which took place at lock Morse a cars steam Road at Lake Charlesta six men were killed and Matin severely injured. The fight was the result of an old feud. It was said that diphtheria in malignant form had made its appearance in the Hospital for thy insane at Yankton grand Parade. From the figures of last year. ,. President Habbison has issued his s. D., and Many deaths Hau occurred. The statistics for 1890 for the Pasteur Institute show that fifteen Hun dred and forty six patients were treated. The record for the past five Yeara show Only .06 per cent of deaths. A lecturer in Massachusetts is trying to demonstrate to the Young ladies that old maids Are the a Salt of the Earth. That May be True but the girls prefer to be likened to the sugar of one household. America s two Champion Lawn Tennis player. Or. D right and a a Dicky Sears of Boston Are men of Small physique. Sears is Short rather Stocky and blonde. Or. Dwig lit is Short rather slender anti dark. Senator Hearst was generally supposed to be Worth about 826.000,000 when he died. The appraisers have filed their report in Ttye ban Francisco probate court and the estimated value to it of the entire estate is $8,788,187.15. Lookup backward Bellamy would abolish All saloons and bar rooms and provide that alcoholic liquors shall let a distributed at Cost by salaried state agents. He thinks this the Best method Tobe adopted until National prohibition can be enacted and enforced. That was a rude interruption to the festivities of a wedding at Vienna lightning struck the House killing two guests and injuring eighty. In years gone by a dread coincidence like this would have been interpreted As a sign of divine displeasure at the contemplated Union. Happily the spread of scientific information has freed Man kind Quot from Many superstitions. Philanthropy and religion had a big Windfall in the new York surrogate s court the other Day. Three wills filed there left Over 8350.000 to benevolent objects. Of this amount 8200,000 was from the state of Hector c. Have Meyer who distributed the Money among various organizations. Charles w. Morrill left $140,000 to similar objects and David Stewart bequeathed $10.000 . Proclamation announcing the completion of a reciprocity treaty with Spain As to certain products of Cuba and Porto Rico and the United state. Tiie exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended on the 1st aggregated 923,938,156, against 8903,118,855 the previous week a compared with tha corresponding week of 189? the decrease amounted to 7.$ the statement of the Public debt issued on the 1st showed the total debt to be 81,004,248.958 Cash in the Treasury 8155,888,715 debt less Cash in the treas Uey 81.55l.s97.661. Decrease during july 83,447,509. The reciprocity treaty Between the United states and the Republic of san Domingo has been signed by president Harrison in the United states the visible Supply of Grain on the fed was wheat 16768,103 thl hels Corn 3,878,857 bushels Oats 2,0>ag31 Bushel. The number of Standard Silver dollars issued from theft mint during the week ending August i was 8356,792l the is be during the corresponding week last year was $450,455. The Treasury department at Washington reports that the total receipts from customs during the month of july were $8.485,232 less than the receipts during the same month last year. President Harrison approved the finding of the retiring Board that examined St. John f. Meigs u. S. X., for retirement on account of color blindness. And be was placed on the retired list of the Navy. The grand Parade of the Twenty fifth or a a Silver Encampment of the grand army of the Republic took place at Detroit Mich., on the 4th. Forty thousand veterans were in line and the Parade was six hours in passing a Given Point. Co Jimader in chief Veazey was presented with a 0 a. B Diamond badge at Detroit. Mich., valued at $1,000, the presentation speech being made by sex president Hayes. At Sioux City la., the Law and order league celebrated the fifth anniversary of the murder of Rev. George c. Haddock w to was killed on account of his efforts to enforce the prohibitory Law of that state. A Beatrice neh., a sensation was created by an announcement made by William Wymore an old citizen that theste the inheritance of Grett wealth has hot destroyed Young Adam Forepaugh s love for the glitter and spangles of the circus though his income is now greater than the president s salary the son of the great showman dons the Pink tight at every performance end rides in the Bur of race with All the interest of a ten Dollar a week Supe. Young Forepaugh is thirty years old and built like an athlete. He has had something to do about a circus ring since he was a boy of seven. The East. The Centennial land a Security company with a capital of $1,690.000, and whose offices Are located at Boston new York and Denver made an assignment for the Benefit of its creditors. In Johnstown pa., an organization was completed at a mass meeting to sue the South Fork club for losses sustained by flood. Or has been decided to indict All the new York newspapers that published accounts of the a electrocution at sing sing prison on july 6 last. I. N. Baker private Secretary of Robert g. Ingersoll was fatally wounded by N. Anderson at Croton Landing n. Y., As a result of a quarrel Between the two men. The failure of Abraham Backer a goods commission merchant of county that he saw in southwestern Kansas John Cameron for whose murder Jackson Marion was handed Over four years ago. V thieves who broke into the safety Deposit vault in the Bank at Kinsman o., carried away sixty private Deposit boxes. $5,000 in Silver plate an j a Large amount of other property. The death was announced of George k. Anderson Register of the United state land office at Folsom. Col. He was once a wealthy operator in Oil to Pennsylvania stockmen in the Indian territory o a the Cheyenne and Arapahoe mountains were fined one Dollar per head for All cattle now w within the Linea the trespassing cattle number Between 200,-000 . G. Howell a prominent politician of Oakland. Cal., killed r. Colvin a Young stenographer who was an aspirant for the hand of his daughter. It Vas said that nine men were killed and sixteen wounded in a Battle Between cattlemen and outlaws near West Lake la. Mail Carrier Henry e. Barlow was arrested in Chicago after robbing the mails for Over a year during which his stealing must have amounted to several thousand dollars. Sami Al Freeman a merchant at Lawrence. Kan., killed his wife and 1-Vear-old child and then fired a Bullet with fatal effect into his own brain. Domestic trouble was supposed to have been the cause. I of Veteran follow one Moro the Flag to tick lev so will Tho Silver Asai Veraart of la Graz i army c ele rated with splendor Many noted Paras la the Han ke�?l4roftta# and lie aah fal decoration. Detroit Mich.,aug. 5.�?tuesday was s Day which will be Long re Mem in red by the grizzled veterans of the grand Daimyo the Republic. A the opening Day of the Twenty fifth annual Encampment it Marka a Quarter of a Century in Tho growth of the organization and every Soldier realizes that it must also Mark the Apex in the Prosperity of that great order which year by year has enveloped in its fraternal fold every state of the great Union from Maine to Texas and from Florida to a amp of Lugton. As the tried and trusty soldiers of 63 were Ever eager for the Battle of Tho veterans of 91 were eager for the grand Parade which was to recall so Many reminiscences of former Days. Before the morning Sun had kissed the spangled Arches and emblazoned in glory the Golden decorations that marked the line of March the grand army bands were abroad and the measured tread of the veterans preparing for the March resounded through the streets. Not less than 40.000 men followed in unbroken columns the flags which they had borne to Victory in Days of w a. Grayer and More feeble they disdained the use of carriages and cheerfully trudged through the streets receiving the applause of thousands who thronged every Point of Vantage. To witness the marching and add to tie j volume of cheers. Windows and balconies housetops tree branches and Telegraph pole arms bore their living freight and served As reserved seats from which excellent views could be had. Promptly at the hour indicated Ana with a military precision which showed the Volunteer soldiers had forgotten none of their Early training the posts assembled on the line of March. Four magnificent Arches erected by the citizens in different parts of the City marked the line of March. Peace Arch at fort and Griswold Street through which the procession first passed bore the in dry new York was announced with liabilities of about $4,000,000. The new York City grand jury in i foreign intelligence. In England a company was organized with a capita of 82,500.000 to operate a line of flour and Grain carrying steamers from Lake Erie ports to Liverpool thousands of Bales of Cotton were dieted the editors and publishers of All destroyed by a fire which broke out m the Arch in Woodward a Venlo a. Ascription a cheerily on courageous e. L. Ayer of Portland. Ore., recommends As a sure and humane method of inflicting Legal death injection of prussic acid into the jugular vein. He would have the prisoner he on a cot and be placed under the influence of an Amest Letic. When he is unconscious a hypodermic syringe will Force the acid into the vein and death w ill be almost instant aqueous. The advantages of the ipe Thod Are its inexpensive Ness its simplicity. Requiring no elaborate preparation of horrifying machinery and. Ifs merciful certainty. New to k City morning newspapers except the Tribune charging them with Misdemeanour in publishing details of the execution of the four murderers recently killed at sing sing. In a Chautauqua talk mrs. Ewing said we need better a Punk in pies and less politics and that As the country needs Cooks women should take up the Craft that men have monopolized. A Cooks Are wanted everywhere a be Saya a there is scarcely a Village in the land where a competent woman could not earn big wages in giving cooking lessons. Half a dozen churches in Kansas City each paid me for a course of lectures a sum larger than the average school teacher can earn in a year. And Tley themselves made big profits out of the when inventor Edison was an unknown Telegraph operator in Boston one of his pastimes was the Slaughter of cockroaches by electricity. He rigged an arrangement on the Wall of the office made of two squares of tinfoil from tobacco packages. These were pasted on the Wall near together and Between them was daubed molasses. Each piece of tinfoil was connected % with an electric current by a Fine cop Pef wire. The cockroaches would March up the Wall and As they reached the Sweet stuff they would connect a circuit Between the pieces of tinfoil the demise being Swift and sudden. Years the relied in Hanna do Hen a t. Helmbold the famous Bucks Man who was credited with having piled up a Fortune of $10,000,090 by the Sale of his Patent medicines is once More in a Madhouse. Chained at the wrists and with shackles on his Ankles he was liken from his Home at Long Branch last Friday and conveyed a the insane Asylum at Trenton n. He is now in a Strait jacket a saving maniac. It is the fourth time within the last Twenty years that the doctors family Uxa amp been compelled to place him under restraint this will probably be the last the physicians having pronounced his Case hopeless the Hatfield Mccoy family fend which raged for Many years in Kentucky and West Virginia resulting in the killing of about 900 persons was supposed to have ended a few months ago. Like Romeo and Juliet of the rival houses of Montagu i and Capulet a Young Man and a Maiden of the hair Field Mccoy fell in love with each other. A truce Between the factions was declared and the couple Weye married. But cupid and Hymen it the Roost Only a Short time. Again the Mccoy a re on the rampage and two of them have killed one George Roberts of by sete Creek mid the fight it again on. Cart. Haims of the steamship Etruria and Commodore of a of Cunan Fleet his jest comported ids five Hundred and eighth trip across the Atlantic. He Bogan to Esa Ufa in u8a and has been in the series try the canard to a a. Or it West and South. In the National league the percentages a of the base Ball clubs for the week ended on the l6t were Chicago .614 Boston .575 new York .566 Cleveland .494 Philadelphia .469 Brooklyn .463. Cincinnati .417 Pittsburgh .407. The percentages in clubs of the american association were Boston .682 St Louis .648 Baltimore. ,5s5 Columbus .494 athletic .488 Cincinnati. .430 Washington .846 Louisville 330. A Cyclone at Chee Otan i. T., damaged buildings in the town and crops graphed to the in the neighbourhood several thousand dollars. Rev. E. Junkin of Houston tex., a brother in Law of Stonewall Jackson died suddenly on a passenger train near Johnson City Tenn. Tejw As fever was said to Nave broken out among cattle in Arkansas City kan., and Many of the animals vere dying. A i or. Georoe Sevey a Pioneer physician of Central Illinois died at Bloomington 111., aged 70 years. Morris Godfrey aged 17 afflicted with hydrophobia As suit of a Dojk bite on july 4, great agony at Saginaw Mich. The death of Hon. Bayless minister to the Argentine Republic during the Cleveland administration occurred at Crawfordsville ind. Lucinda Bell a coloured woman of fort Dodge la better known As aunt Cindy celebrated Looth birthday Oft the 1st. Commander Mcgregor of the United states Navy died at Cincinnati aged 56 years. A the extensive Day goods Emporium of Siegel Cooper a co., at the Corner of state and Adams streets Chicago was completely destroyed by firs. Other buildings in the Vicinity notably j. U. Walker a co. And the a Leader a sustained considerable damage. The loss on buildings and stocks would approximate $1,000,000, of which Siegel Cooper a co. Lose More than one halt. H. Walkers loss is about $40,000, and the a a Leader firm estimate their Damalfi at $109,000. Most of the property destroyed was covered by insurance. Fla Hes destroyed the Plant of the Richmond electric Light heat a Power company at St. George Staten Island. Loss $300,000. At Kansas City mo., a Resolution was introduced i the City Council Quiring the Purchase from the City of a License by All drinkers of intoxicant liquors the licenses to vary in Cost from $90 to $50, according to the expansiveness of the liquor which the purchaser drinks. At the Kentucky state election on the 3d the demo Crata elected their candidates by majorities ranging from 80,-$00 to 40,000. The new Constitution waa carried by n majority of about 100, 000. The Alliance party claim to have control Ottha legislature. The boiler of a the making machine exploded at York. Neb., killing Gincer John Leonii Hughby a Ever by wounding jams Houston William Turley Cornelias Keith and Forrest Smith. A m Ayento Kif to and Antonio Jen ties italian fruit paid Lars. Fought a 8t Loria Al. London and it was estimated that the damage done would amount to $250,000. The closing of the lobster Canning factories on the West past of new i found land was said to Harve created a panic among thousands of workmen i formerly employed in the i and they were actually starving. It was said that mount \ Esu Tifis was again in a state of eruption and that the lava had reached the Village of Rio Del Cavallo. The 835th anniversary of the death of Ignatius Loyola founder of the society of Jesus was celebrated throughout Spain. An epidemic of smallpox was reported at Acapulco mex. The architect of the a re it Tower at the French exposition m. Eiffel Tele Board of managers of the columbian exposition for permission to erect a Tower on the fair grounds. In he p bands. Deputy command i Boyer a it 1c at their head with adj Gen. Town and Gen. Abraham Levering followed by the aides. Pittsburgh Poeta led the delegation. The Ohio delegation waa a vast army of itself. No less than 13,009 veterans tramped to the Huaie of the Banda. Be department commander a. My marched Gen. 8. H. Hurst the Ohio candidate for commander in chief. A conspicuous figure was Gen. Manning f. Force who enlisting a a major in the twentieth regiment waa tide a full major general u year before the close of the War. The spectacle of an sex president of us United states marching in the ranks u so unusual that the applause tendered sex prepaid Cut Hayes waa hardly a Surprise. Or. Hayes waa recognized by All at he marched with his poet from Fremont of col a. L. Conger Gen. P. H. Dowling and Gen. R. B. Brown were among the past department commanders in Une. The Strain of Virginia a martial risk was dying in the distance a mat and some 300 Strong Arnead the stand. As the Nebraska grand army of the Republic 50 Strong with department commander j Teeter and gov. Thayer passed the grand stand it was impossible to Tell whether the cheers were for the governor the Soldier boys or that Ven Era ble Tig Are which always Brooke a the cheers of the Volunteer soldiers Paul Vandervoort past National commander in chief. Of course Michigan with its 15,009 veterans received to in ovation of the Day. The division was office red by department commander c. L. Eaton adj. Gen. K. W. Noyes and quartermaster general Spicer. Iowa Crarae next to the Wolverine state 300 Strong and marching with military precision to the Ever popular tune a Yankee department commander g l. Davidson adj Gen. Longley and quartermaster Gen. Traplin headed the column. New York 2,500 Strong came next and waa the recipient of an enthusiastic greeting. They were healed he department commander c. 11. Freeman adjutant general w. Vav. Bennett quartermaster general a. I r. Penfield and w. A. Van kenyan. An octogenarian member of the Post and Veteran of the mexican and civil wars. Then came a score of Battle flags seamed shot through in shreds and tatters proudly carried aloft by their bearers. The Connecticut Divis on came next and following Connecticut was Massachusetts. 2.500 Strong. Forty new Jersey veterans were accompanied by j. R. Mullion commander past department commander 11, n. 8t�vins and past department commander Charles Burrows. One Hundred sex Union soldiers led by department commander Samuel l. Miller represented the state of Maine. California showed no Twenty five Strong notwithstanding the distance Thev had to come. At their head with other past commanders marched w. R. Smedburg. Folio a ing the Little Rhode Island group was the new Hampshire division Twenty Strong. Vermont followed new Hampshire with 150 men. They were received with great applause in compliment to commander in chief Earcy whose woman a Relief fiends wreck a train cease friends to reap the Harvest of perpetual peace and on the opposite Side was read the sister inscription a their prowess brought us pea in undying be their another Arch bridged Jefferson Avenue but the magnificent Tower and own Post headed the delegation. Later second Dav s at the see oud Day s session of Tho grand army of the Republic Encampment at Detroit commander in chief Veazey in bus annual address recommended the establishment of separate departments for coloured Camps. M Ashington was decided upon As the next place for holding the next annual meet ing. The White stare line Steamer Majestic which reached new York made the trip across the Atlantic in five Days eighteen hours and eight minutes tha fastest time on record. Miss Nellie Boise daughter of the circuit judge of Salem ore., and Wil Gianat steel son of postmaster steel of Portland were drowned while bathing at lung Beach Wash. Attis say that 5,500 italians had sailed from Genoa for America. Jorn Grayson who died at la Grange ark., confessed to having murdered three men during his lifetime a elective a Farmer and a Book agent \ the East bound mail train on the amp Lake Champlain Railroad collided with a returning sunday school excursion train at Champlain station n. Y., killing five persons and fatally injuring ten or fifteen. A passenger train was wrecked on the grand rapids a Indiana Railroad about 2% Railo North of Kalamazoo Mich., and sixty two passenger were . O. W. Cabs wife of a merchant of Aurora neb in a fit of temporary insanity saturated dream with kerosene and then act fire to it and was burned to death. The people a party of Ohio convened at Springfield on the 5u� and organised by electing Hugh Cavanagh a chairman. Secretary Schilling in a speech described the platform of the party As the Panacea for ail the Erica wrought by both Home and foreign capitalists. At Hartford. Coon., John Aad Isabella Beecher hookey celebrated their i Golden wedding _ a cloudburst near Harrisburg pa., j inundated factories and flooded the surrounding Countey. Doing great damage. William a Dehy of dropped dead at a the breakfast table in Passaic n. J., John Humphrey died by an electric car at Atlantic City n. A and George me a water died in a Bath knots at Cape a a it Nunt Huron in my Totaig of Chowni a. U. War Arch at the intersection of 5v Ood Ward and Jefferson avenues was a veritable work of Art. It was built upon the plan of the famous Eiffel Tower of Paris and is a double Arch looking through from either Avenue. The first thing to strike the Eye is the. Fluttering Flag held by the erect figure surmounting the Tower a White Flag with a Square of red in the Center. It is one of the numerous designs used by the signal corps attached to the armies of the Union by which messengers were ent Long distances from the code of signals. An excellent picture is Given of the firing on fort Sumter in the foreground a covered single mortar Battery engaged with the Confederate National Flag Fly Tyr from a staff planted near by a Broad reach of water to the fort Whie Lvis wreathed in smoke from its own guns. On other rides Are represented the surrender of Lee and the famous March Down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington on the occasion of the last review in the War of the rebellion. A triumphal a it is called is another excellent piece of architecture. Indiana s 2.800 veterans marched in Majestic column the reviewing stand and at the head and in amp Ide department commander n. Walker marched gov. Alvin ii. Lovey. Gen. A. Straight Ane of the a a leaders and projectors of the famous Libby prison Tun i Nel and col Walker another who escaped through that famous historical Urup ground passage w Ere recognized by All familiar with the history of that daring adventure. F following in their order were the divisions of Colorado and Wyoming Kansas Delaware Minnesota Missouri Oregon we Cost Virginia South Dakota Washington and Alaska Arkansas Montana Texas. Idaho and Alabama. The naval veterans and the sons of veterans 5,000 Strong brought no the rear and closed the Parade. In the m Era ing at the National Headquarters before the Parade a $1,000 Diamond badge was Fiven to commander Veazey. Sex Prasi Deni Ila yes in presenting the badge said Comax Usu in Chizer Vea Xit Tbs com Rade who with me have been honoured with a place on your staff have if amp de to me tha Kir Cable Doty of presenting to Yon Thia badge. Slowly and majestically in measured Aasc you to accept it a a Token of the a with atom a to Ellaa pm if Lutol tread to music the procession started from Woodward Aad Adams avenues with commander i chief Veazey and his staff in the Lead until the reviewing stand was reached. The stand from which the commander in chief and his glittering staff reviewed the Parade was situated on a Campus Dortinus a on the East Side of Woodward Avenue on Illinois the Home of Lincoln the Home of Grant and of Logan waa Aon feared the Honor of the right of the line of March. But it waa not because of these illustrious names that the Prairie state was so honoured but because of one whose services to the veterans of the state and nations dates since the War. Or. B. F. Stephenson the founder of the grand army of the Republic. Or. Stephenson was Bora in Wayne county 111., in 1822. And died in Menard county August 30, 1871. Aged but 4v years. His remains lie in the soldiers lot of Rose Hill cemetery Petersburg 111. He organized the grand army of the Republic in 1866, and a few months later j. N. Coltyn and Joseph prior were joined with ten others in forming the first pout which waa instituted at Decatur april 6, 1866, under a charter granted by or. Stephen Aon. The survivor of Poat not 1 were a conspicuous Little group in the Illinois delegation and their appearance waa the signal for a tribute of cheers department commander Horace 8. Clark led the command Aad 8,000 representatives of the Loyal Aona of the 8acker state were in line. The a nth Naicam which greeted a amp second or Wisconsin division 700 Strong was unbounded. La the front rank borne High in the air in the top of a Flagstaff perched a old Abe the stuffed Eagle which became a part of Wisconsin s history a Quarter of a Century ago. In Une with the Wisconsin boy Ware Gen. Lucios Fairchild sex governor of the state and commander in chief of the grand army of the Republic Aad col a. G. We est. Dilate for commander in chief. Depart-4 commander w. Amp. Opham waa la t pm. The admiration Sod the a tettion is which you Are held by pm Selve and by our Comrade of the or of army of the Republic. It will we Trust bring present Joy to you and to your family. It will remind you and them of the honoured part you bore in the great event of thl get in the scred and Atalie a War for Unkn and Liberty. During your. Black Poat or term of care you have a you promised when Niti Boi you were Cho Aeo aptly kept Between your j self and your Comrade not Only the touch of the Elbow but Ciao the touch of the heart. Our Hope la that Thia simple gift will remind Yam \ of the events and Aceues and com j radish to of the great conf Lect that it will re Mil tue famous Day at Gettysburg the Day of your Opportunity of your honorable service and of your signal Triumph. It will also we Bope be a Welt Aprong of Gratifying meditation upon the future is after times those who Bear your same Aad share your blood will Rej Oloe a they k of upon this Emblem their prised family heirloom sad be filled with gratitude that Providence allotted to them the inspiring privilege of treeing to Beer origin to a Mas who is his Young manhood waa a splendid figure in the decisive Battle of the Divise War and who stood faithfully and bravely by Abraham Lincoln from Ita beginning to Ita end. Our Wathea Aad cur prayers Are that your life May be Long and Happy in the land which in the Day of Ite deadly peril you did your pert to eave. In responding Gen. Veazey said Oom sacks it is with Greet plea eare that i accept Anta Token which shall be Aang my Moat highly prised to Venter of the year during which i have Laboured for the grand army of the rehab in the approbation of my friends the Oom Radee who fought for the preservation of the Alioe. Is to me the greatest prise that can be paid to any use i Thanh Yon. Gen. Veazey wore the badge daring the Parade. The evening was devoted to Resep Tiodos to the commander a eclat the grand army of the Republic the woman Relief corps Aad the Bone of veterans by the citizens of Detroit at tha Encampment Hall later another reception waa tendered tha commander in a hic at the exposition building. On both occasions Gen. Veazey made brie it speeches of acknowledgement tha he Alzaaa Fiat anti of tha g. A Canapa Yawt Bagan a the sri by a Luadar Yama Aye Waahid Attoa Chouaa Aasha Hast Faaa at Matlag. Detroit Mich., aug. A the Twenty fifth annual Encampment of the grand army of the Republic met in formal session wednes Lay in the Mammoth Hall that Hod been set apart for the business deliberations of the veterans. A that Art and taste could do to make the building attractive had been exerted in the decorations which adorned the Interior in emblematic order. A few minutes before the hour of opening. Gen. Veazey and his staff entered the Hall and were escorted to the grand stand. The appearance of the commander in chief was the signal for generous up Lauae and a minute later the two bands burst Forth in an inspiring military air in Harmony with the martial scene rapping the assemblage to order the commander in chief announced the formal opening of the Twenty fifth annual Encampment of the grand army of the Rren Bic. Nod directed the adjutant general to Call the roil of departments. Every state and territory in the Union not even excepting far off alaskan was represented and the Roll showed the fullest attendance of delegates in the history of the organization. The opening address of the commander in chief was listened to in rapt attention by the assembled veterans. He said coxh.idz9�?tit� la the anti Orr by of a of a we Lenv. That Well Hng no Carrej when the the youth of tur Una a enlisted la us defuse. Abraham Lincoln celebrated the marriage nuptials. Columbia a the Bride. Her vesture was the a Flag. The pledge to establish that Bug Over the Domain of Access too waa tit Pledz a of hand. When the pledge a grandly redeemed through bloody strife through Nuh run and death Aad after the Victor had placed on the brow of the Bride a new diadem whose trems , valor Fame Liberty untainted with slavery a country reunited Aad free the fruit of that maniac was the grand army of the rep buc an off a Spring worthy of Ita Royal part anlage. After referring pathetically to tha deaths during the past year of Sherman Porter. Hamlin Devine Tobin and other honoured member of the or a Der the commander in chief continued j the present adm stration Enos at re i the same disturbances in the department of Louisiana and Mississippi that bad troubled my predecessor. From various sources of la formation that. Have be n Ace Aiole to me. I believe that a Large majority of both White and coloured comrades to the department of Louisiana and Mosis Wippl Are Strong in the convict on that it would be for the Best interests of ail individually and of their pot a i of the order to have a vat Rute department in Lou s a a and Soma of Tea other Gulf Sites made up of auth to to As May apply to Oom into it and a Vanir concurrent jurisdiction with the department already established in such state concurrent in respect to the chartering and Muster lag of posts but each a part int having exclusive Juri a diction Over the i which it May receive my beat judgment Altera or of painstaking a that it would to Wise to Confer upon my Auto Ensor the authority to create such a department he to in either find u necessary or think it Benito exercise the Power conferred. In closing i desire to renew the expression of gratitude which i made a year ago for the great Honor you conferred opon Rao. Having intended to Wron no one Aad having acc tved no affront from anyone i aay to one Aud All from the deepest Reeves is of my heart 1 thank you and god bloat you. Adj Gen. H. Goulding a annual report for the year ending july 30 show that there Are in the order forty five departments with 7,409 to amp to and 393,067 comrades in Good standing. The Stim expended in charities during the year was $133,699, against $217.-957 the previous year. There have been 5,530 deaths this year against 5.479 in i860. Of the total apparent membership of 444.307, suspensions delinquencies and trans is bring the number Down to 398,067. The quartermaster general a report showed the assets of the organization to be As follows Cash balance on hand. $1,804.18 one by departments. $1.439 41 a less due by department. $184.17 balance $1.240 24 United states Bonds 1907. 816.0w Market value 1 17-10j$18,720 supplies $2,941.65 total assets. $24.711.07. I the inspector general s report after detailing the condition of the order Anayi in conclusion 1 a your comrades in the stronger and Raore prosperous departments should not be forget Ful of the in weaker and less pm ored territories and of hound a cd to and i encourage Obein in the work whenever Opp Ortu i nity offers. I find the of the worn. An Relief Orp la growing m All department. T would be difficult to fax too a. To in their j i favor a they have rendered Tuch valuable As a a stance in our car table work having taken a position far in Advance of our line la Blue. In j raising Money to swell the Relief fund a bib in so honestly devoted to the alleviation of the wants of those depending upon its a a stance the report of the Dodgw advocate general derives Ita chief interest from Bia decision on the vexed race question. The quest ton proposed is a bather there can lawfully be two department covering the same territory at the same time for instance n deportment made no of White Pou and an one of foreign born and another of native Bora a a i think the quest ton must be answered in the negative. Tai idea is contrary to the usage la i Universal understanding of the order Bith Eno without adverting further to the obvious evils Likely to follow from establishing rival departments in any state it is enough that it is very Clear that the rules and Regato tons do not provide for nor warrant the be Tate a Ament at but one department eve territory. Washington waa selected As the place for the holding of the next Encampment of the g. A. R. The race Between Washington and Lincoln neb., wan a close one so close that each Side wan confident of soc eat until the result of the ballot was announced washing ton 369 Lincoln a ninth n in tonal c Navy Elton of thl not band a by the president Othas organisations. Detroit. Mich., aug. 6.�?Over 700 Fine looking women a Sartre majority of them having to the Mark naw Espres sew Indiana in mme two by Many Silver threads in their hair were gathered in the Church of our father wednesday when the ninth National convention o f the woman a Relief Corpa was called to order by mrs. Mary sear a me j Henry of Den Ison la., the a National president. In address of Welcome and review mrs. Me Mart seams m a exit. Henry dwelt upon the necessity of keeping before confreres the needs of the army nurses and deplored the after year to extend to arid end i or re he in Jorud. Kalamazoo Mick. Log. To theart Mackinaw express on the grand Raptor 4i India i Road was derailed a few mile North of Here wednesday afternoon and the whole train ditched. The train was running at a rate of 33 Miles an hour and after leaving Hooper Engineer Clark it Nyder a a a two rail ahead that seemed t it Lap one in something was wrong and applied the air Brake but to no purpose. The smoking baggage and Elp Rass and one Day coach rolled Down the left Side of the track and the Sleeper went Down a 39-foot embankment at the right turning completely Over twice. The scene was one of great confusion and for a time it was thought a number were killed in the sleep a. About Twenty were injured More or lev but some got away without giving their names. The following is the hat so far As ascertained or. H b. Carne. Chicago Betley Blaed Millard r. Powers cure a a a a broken a a to in had. Fee Aad Ler a. Cd David. A store a. Badly a mused George Parto a Chisato Hama it iwo a a. Conway. Fort Wayne head Cut n h . Trento. N. J no Hart f a Burnham. Medina n a. Failure year them de it Irving women the benefits of �<1 to it buy Cut. The in us Ion Law Corr a a. ,. Should pass a Pecoul pension lax for my Byj by Vila a a w. 8� them and to that end the recon should 0tmrilx a Tumbler dislocated j. Earl be completed As soon a possible. So Kar Gran l rapid shoulder a St Conte or mrs far 000 a Quot it Ltd re to. I y of More there Walt no re it Ord j ? t l u, Waterman Low whatever the speaker mad. Ence to the fact that considerable work a being done among the coloured j people and that corps auxiliary to posts a of coloured veterans had within a year j beet organized As follows a Wylva in Virginia four in the Carolinas i three in Florida three in Louisiana two in Tennesse one each in Georgia Arkansas and Mississippi a a the membership of our order a said the president a has steadily increased in a influence daring the year and i represented in every state in the Union except one Alabama and All the territories except Indian Idaho and Alaska even Canada claims to Post and auxiliary corps which Are attacked to the a department of 5 Ermont. Three Hun j Arvd and sixty two corps have been in j Ati tuned during the year with a membership of 7,200. National Secretary Hannah Plimpton of Iowa next presented report. Showing a total membership of 77.779, divided into 2,022 corps and covering nearly every state and territory. Owing to the delinquent reports which were a discredit to the order there had been a of of $21 corps representing a membership of 13,841 during the rear. The general Jasd Relief fund on band aggregate in response to a letter of love and sympathy from mrs. Logan the following was telegraphed a agree la to oar revered and be loved a later Aiki of John a. A Rar. In memory. May gracious peace spread Woof Over Aad hers this aay naval veterans. Chairman w s. Wells presided at the annual meeting of the National association of naval veterans wednesday morning. The following office re were elected rear Admiral. W. H. Wells Commodore b. S. Osborn Captain d. B. Hubbard commander w. E Avras lieutenant commander w. Ii Placa senior lieutenant. A. L. Lowe Junior lieutenant j. 5 Keene surgeon a. Shertzer paymaster a Lex. G. Fortier chaplain Robert e. Edwards. A. Shertzer. The Veteran elected surgeon wears the German Iron Cross awarded for bravery. Tha officers elected were asked in turn if they would accept the office and they responded with Hearty speeches which were received with cheers a their a shipmates. Sex Uri Sonera of War the National convention of sex pria owners of Var met wednesday. Mayor Pingree. An sex prisoner welcomed the sex prisoners to the City. President e. H. Williams of Indianapolis read his address. He urged the importance of the claims of sex prisoners to increased pensions on the attention of the members the a silent army. A National convention which has never had its parallel in the history of nations met in this City wednesday. It was the annual convention of the a silent while there was no shouting no pounding on the table no oratorical speech and no cheering a great Deal of business was transacted. It was the first reunion of the silent army m deaf and dumb soldiers sailors and marines. The silent army decided to Lay the matter of its pension claims before the pension Cora Mitten of the g. A. A hardly one in ten u Able to do anything for it own support. Cost. Record ,. . Band Cut Reler i Mich. Barosy bruised and injured Date Manly Henry a Dyke our grand rapid bad a Calp wounds. Or. And or a. Karl Kay of a Rand rapids who were both seriously injured were on their wedding tour. The min Lanzon of grand Bride was rapids. Railroad officials insist that the track was tampered with. One official say on careful examination it was found that on the end of the ties there Lay the nuts which had been unscrewed from the ends of the bolts securing the Enda of the rails and the fish plates. Beneath the engine. Accident in West v Iriny. It wad of killed and Many injured. Cumberland my. Aug 6.�?a frightful Accident occurred at a Point called switch Back on the West Virginia Central Railroad about 60 Miles from Here wednesday. As usual the men seventeen in number boarded the Tram Road engine to go a it their work in the lumber Region. Two women asked permission to ride out a a Hurt distance to a Berry Patch. Their request was granted and the engine containing the Nineteen Aeng started on its journey it cd hardly gotten under go Al head was when it struck a piece of Timber that lying to the track turning it completely Over. None of the pro it pet on the Gine Hail a Chance to escape and were More or Leas injured. The and injured Are jobs Mckenzie scalded Craver. Scalded and scalded be t in All to death Frano bruised Jeanie Duff a bruised Lewis Layman. Scalded John Hurt internally Robert r. Bin a a a no Carer. So aided Andom mixed. Alice Robinson burned Aad scalded fat a by injured. Eight lives sacrificed. F n. fatal Colli Atoo on the Ogdene Barf Railroad. Rousta a Point n. Aug 6� the eat bound train on the it it go Nesburg a Lake Champlain Railroad due Here at 6 50 p a. Collided with a sunday school excursion train just eat of Champlain station at that hour wednesday night. Eight past fingers were killed from ten to fifteen were Nasty injured and a number of others were badly Hurt. The two engine and cars were telescoped. All the injure and killed were in the first ear of the excursion train the a Dottl car being forced half Ito length into the first the Engineer of the excursion train says that the air Brake refused to work and it be a heavy train on a Down Grade re of verging the engine had no effect. Farmers in control. Isnit Worth the will net la t aay state men of note. Lon file ton cams the a but Leo Wiff Waii Tir it try Oshkosh via log. La a a akm dad stick of Wood which had been placed to the stove in the Hoam of Max. Marshall exploded Eta pantely demo Heln he store. Mra Marshall is food of having fellow retd to Hon. Pitma Osorni or Wauwic will has had m Duke when he Gate Home. Asniv Carnova has started on a a it other coaching trip thru nigh Scotland. Two million of Trade More have been added to the Fortune of the cock pet de Paris through the will of Marquis de 81, astr tar. Be Arr Hilton has a Fine collection of fancy Aad coloured diamonds numbering nearly one Hundred atoms in Brown yellow Aad Pink. Ex-8k Ato blab is a Bead a holed a Nan with a flowing Beard that to sprinkled with Gray. He is fifty at years old and has served two tense in each hence of Congress. A Usasz 80 has shared off Hie we Tozere end to spending the summer at Lawrence la he wears a Broad brimmed Anfe and Loohn soap Tom of men exhibit at county Falla Rochester n a aug. A the leading manufacturer of agricultural implements throughout the country have formed a compact which virtually amounts to a Boycott upon county and state fairs and agricultural exhibition of All kinds. For the past Twenty five years he exhibits of these concerns have formed one of the prominent feature of the exhibitions throughout the United states. The reason Given for this step is that the manufacturers have come to the conclusion that the thousands of dollars spent in this kind of advertising while it goes far toward supporting the fair brings no Ritorna they Fleet s majority of the Mem eve i the Kentucky legislature. Rochville by. Aug. 6. A late Kentucky election returns Are favourable a every Iri Uno to the Farmers and there is no longer any doubt that they will control the next legislature. They Are not All Alliance or people s party men however although the Peoples party a surprised the democrats by electing no less than thirteen of their Ean i did ates. The political complexion of the House is democrats 68 republicans 17 Peoples party. 1$ Independent 1 Democrat l and one District doubtful the Farmers of All parties number fifty six besides several country merchants and teachers whose sympathies Are in the same direction. Brown s Idem plurality for governor is Between 35,000 and 30.000. Floods in Mexico. To Matt water extensive farming mete i and Crup Dar Prayad. City or Mexico aug 6. A heavy Rains have fallen incessantly incr the 15th of last month in the Grain producing districts of the state of Vera Crux. The Riters Pasalo Apan and ban Juan have been forced Over their Banka and extensive fanning tracts Are under War Ter. All crops in consequence Are reported to Bea failure and the situation in this part of the Republic is desperate. Hundreds of cattle have been drowned. The fruit crop to a partial Losa and if the flood continues every tree will be killed. Nemoede Montpelier it aug. 5.�?gov. Page has decided to Coil s special session of the legislature for August to among the things he will ask for is a Large appropriation for the representation of Vermont at the worlds fair in Chicago. He will Olio name a successor to United states senator Edmund. Ipp a Totsa Ehing a Japan a a a i Tiff Tefo for of a pm Island. Esseo Oege in we nos a White it to ant known who j to tort foe powder in a foot to Seldom seen. He am we i ii moot a we twee. Choc aug. Aug. In a. Eiffel the architect of the great Tower at the French exposition has telegraphed to the Board of manager of the Colmar mss exposition for permission to erect a Tower on the fair Ronnda new Yob aug. A the census of the presbyterian Church As compiled by or. William Henry Roberta shows a growth in Nam Beds during the lost year. The whole number of member to 806,796, in la crease of 140,008 Tor the last six year Churchea 70ffa in create 789 minister 6,Toa increase 177 candidate for the ministry. 1,317, increase 411 sunday school Ach Lara 888,880 pastors ordained. A amp i pastor deceased la elders 84,478 churches organized 808 churches dissolved. 67 baptisms adult 81.576 Infanta the total Eoo tribe Ioas for the my to various objects Wanna ietto $4,088.3aa Blo Mioton. 111., aug. A a Pearl Hunters Are again at work sep Epis to pm the mussels of the Mackinaw revival of the search having been stimulated by the finding at Kaffa him formed and coloured Pearl As Large a n Bullet. Arreste4 for Ferney. Up ind., aug. A Wadhans Englewood has been arrested for forgery at of to father in Law or. He of Union fowl Ftp on Tiff of forgery. A a fat Wood to in mat bar by to Meek far a in Foley fior Ghuy. Was ii do frees Orteca Lincoln neb. Aug., 0 Burdine. A Burlington his right leg so badly com ahem we a ton. Neh that Sepu fati a of to he be setae by. Lor Ingin. Opt to of we Ufa am Fawra a it to i Yyi Jhio Mif big bar diner a Murine Wun Honrad by a Quot a no to pc my the ipod of a fro the we How my Nom to yawl la a a a a a thug will he Grere. Ild red k mtg Rumm i \ \ x j a

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