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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 10, 1889, South Haven, Michigan 1 it Ere Are two Hundred and seventy five women preachers in the United states. Epitome the week. I exas Large As she is has never yet had a governor that was born within her boundaries. Interesting news compilation. The order the King s daughters numbers ninety seven thousand Mem Bers throughout the country. It is said that the elephant is being killed off so fast that twelve More years will see the last one wiped out Captain Frank m. Durer the com a Jar the a mocking Bird a is living at Guthrie ky., where he is a Well know a newspaper Man. The last new York legislature passed a Bill which has become a Law providing that after november 1, 1892, All steam railroads shall equip their engines and cars with automatic self couplers. The penalty for non compliance is $000 for each offence. Twenty four lives Are said to have been lost by the recent flood in West Virginia which swept away the most the Village Norristown and several adjacent farm houses. Such calamities Are so sadly current this year that they fail to occasion Surprise any More. A the manufacture postage Stamps which fog Twenty eight years has been Carrie ddn at new York is to be transferred to Philadelphia Charles f. A steel that City having put in the lowest bid. The business is a cargo one. Two Hundred hands will be employed and the annual output will be about 140,000, pkg sheets. From Washington. Tit Public debt statement issued the 1st showed the total debt to be $1,646.7.,-306 Cash in Treasury $6v8 �7,000 debt less Cash in Treasury $1.077.064,9110. Increase during july $1.017 811. Increase since june 34, lamp is. $l,017.31l Durino the seven Days ended the 2d there were 191 Busine failure in the United states against 18� the previous seven Daya total failures in the United states since january 1 to Date ts6,s a agaiust6,091 at Washington the 8d the Secretary the Treasury made a ruling that Canadian cars engaged in Trade with the United states Are not subject to Revenue taxes Fortt tvo leading Clearing houses in the United state during the week ended the 3d had exchanges aggregating $914.233,9 6, against 1924.013, 72 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1885 the increase amounted to 4 7. John Metcalf confessed at Janesville via the 5th to the murder miss Ryason saying he committed the deed at his House while drunk and carried her Home and put her in bed. The murderer mrs Hall and her three children j. 8. Howell was sentenced the 6th at Linneus mo., to he hanged november 15, 1829. A motion for a new trial was denied. Stephen c. Shari democratic candidate for treasurer Kentucky it was thought the 6th was re elected by a majority ranging from 30,009 to 40,000. Kansas cite was the 6th visited by a heavy storm and Tornado demolishing chimneys and out bul. Dings rain fell in torrents deluding the streets and delaying traffic. George a Chick shot and killed Richard Sisco at Madison in Ltd the 6th. Schlick had quarrelled we h Siscot a brother and finding Richard in a Saloon killed him. The night before William Johnson shot at his sweetheart hut missed her. Thinking he had killed her he killed himself. The defaulting treasurer Kentucky Richard Tate was said the 6th to have been arrested at Scott Borough Ala. After a vigorous and exciting Campaign Washington advices the 6th state that president Harrison left there for new York Threa weeks prohibition was Defeated his trip to bar Harbor to visit Secretary the 6th in Floyd county a by a majority a hungarian bought a Railroad ticket recently at Jersey City for Scranton. A. supposed the ticket Only allowed him to walk Over the Road and had proceeded As far As Bloomsbury. N. J. Where a agent who Overl Alicd him discovered the state the Case and it put him a train for his destination. Blaine. He was accompanied by secretaries Windom and Proctor and private Secretary Halford. Dispatches the 5th from Washington state that Secretary the Treasury Windom has directed that All the Bonds pure Hay a by the government since july 1 be applied to the sinking fund until the requirements for the current fiscal ear estimated at $47.0 <j,090, Are met. the 6th president Harrison left Washington for Boston and bar Harbor to spend some time with Secretary Blaine at the latter place. Chase better the Millerine mass. mrs. I m s w. Field is said to guard As the chief among her Troas tires a Small Silver Box presented to her husband by the municipality new Yolk and containing the Freedom the City. This was Given to . Field after Tho successful laying the Atlantic cab a and was the last time that the Honor was bestowed. At a meeting in Chicago recently the executive committee the knights labor a charter was issued to Tho first Assembly the order Ever organized in Australia. The new District is composed five local assemblies with a total membership Over five Hundred All whom have joined the order within the past year. M be. Menier the widow the Quot French chocolate manufacturer invited her three sons to dinner the occasion her son Albert s marriage. When about to sit Down to the table she said a i am so glad to have you All three around my to Day for you know How reach 1 love you Pray be when the Young men had sat Down they each discovered under their napkins a Check for a million Franca the East. The death Nathaniel know As a father Baso a occurred at by Home in Andover the 2d, aged eighty nine years. Herman Peterson and his an aged couple penniless ragged and hungry arrived at new York irom Pittsburgh a having walked the entire distance in Twenty seven Daya they would be sent to their Home in Denmark. Stephen Girard s Niece and grand Niece have it w As stated the 4 a brought suit at Philadelphia for the property Amoun ing to about $13,0-0,005, alleging that the term the will the deceased philanthropist have not been carried out. the night the 3d new York City was visited by a heavy rainfall two inches water falling in fifty minutes. The new York produce Exchange reports the visible Supply Grain Augusta at wheat 12.67,967 bushels an increase a 553,088 bushels Corn -6,988,351 bushels a decrease 161.709 bushels Oats. 3,719,754 Bushel a decrease 533,009 bushels new York state report the 6th that the hop crops had Ben almost if not quite ruined by blight in Many localities the crops would not for the picking. Lii do out a vote 4,000. . Townsley. The brother a Chicago lawyer shot and killed George Stevens son the president the first National Bank Niles Michat Guthrie l t., the 6th. The arbitration committee appointed to Settle the differences Between the mine owners and striking employees at Streator 111., were the the unable to come to an agreement a conference would he held Between Tho Bosses and men to try and Settle their differences. Elections held in Salt Lake City the 6th resulted in a decided Victory for the Gentile and the downfall mormonism was predicted by Many in a very abort time a number Milwaukee citizens the 6th waited the railway authorities asking them to reconsider their refusal granting a one cent rate to the encamp. J meat the g. A. R to be held in that City. The railway officials refused to alter their former decision. Near Weston neb., a serious wreck occurred the 6th by Tho breaking through a Bridge a tra n the Omaha a Republican Valier Branch the Union Pacific. Two lives were lost and several seriously if not fatally injured. The Saloon keepers Cincinnati through their lawyer the 6th asked the court for a continuance their cases they promising that in the future they would respect the Law and keep their places closed sunday a. A Liverpool judge passes a sentence death upon it. Maybe Lark a american lady convicted poisoning her husband a a dramatic scene in court. Liverpool aug 8. Mis. May Brick has been found guilty and sentenced to death. Foreign intelligence. Debt was the 2d stated to $.�?~6 per head i increase 55 a percent. Over the previous Rune Ranada s it $2.t\?t6.6 6, a. West a a South. A Young Man catered Altman s jewelry store at Kansas City the afternoon the 3d. Seized a handful diamonds from a tray and made his escape. The stolen jewels were Worth $f.5 v Gunnison col. advices the 13d stated that the Ute indians had left their reservations and were intimidating ranch men and slaughterlngg4snje. the 2d miss Nellie Kingman residing near Volga la., was bitten by a Rattlesnake Portsmouth. Eug., the 3d in Naai Euttie in a. Quot Uia i be Snake pm Peri a n,.nij was captured and after being Cut in two it Perot conferred an Bono my bit a dog. Which died six hours later. The upon the Queen and in turn was the 2d Turkey ordered out eighty thousand her Reserve troops and was buying uniforms and military stores As if for an Active Campaign. A an abortive attempt was made by sitting Bull the 3d to Stop willing indians at standing Rock from signing the agreement for Sale their lands. Four Hundred signed it. A rattle was fought near Toski Egypt the 3d, in which it is stated that wad Al no Jumi and Tii teen Hundred dervishes were killed. A grand naval display was 3d mar. Gerster still cherishes the Hope in which she is encouraged by experts that she will recover the full use her voice and she works and practices As methodically As in the starring Days when she used to Star in the United states. Her famous baby has grown into a Chubby Little girl who has already shown signs possessing a voice Worth training. The whole family Are living a quiet Happy life in a Villa near Bologna. Reptile was six feet Long. Near Woonsocket d. T., mrs. Fred reineking committed suicide the 2d because she thought her babe w As dead. The child was still living. The reports the adjutant an the 2d from Dayton o., showed ii,708 Veteran inmates in the six International soldiers Homes. A Baltimore newspaper reporter named c. L Clark was arrested Fen the 2d for abetting a prize fight at whip who was present a detail from his paper. The Case would be tested the 3d cd m Hull editor the Bolivar county Democrat at Rosedale my a was Given at Honor Ooi Nelcy created an honorary Admiral the first time such an Honor has been conferred Smice the time Frederick the great the Haytian consulate at new York received advices the 5th to Hie effect that Hippolyte and his forces made an attack port a a Prince july 25, and was Renu ised with heavy loss. 8iam advices the 5th contain an account a terrible riot occurring there Between two factions chinese coolies numbering about five thousand. Many were i led. The siamese troops charged the rioters and after Bayon eting a number them quelled the disturbance and captured nine Hundred them who w Ere after killed by l. A Weissinger editor the Ward fined and released. At that place. . Nansen has succeeded in securing $100,000 for an expedition to the North pole next year. He has been greatly encouraged by his recent explorations in Greenland to believe that he can go farther than any previous explorers have Beer Able to go. He proposes to abandon his ship and March northward with boats and sledges As Long As there is any Chance approaching the pole. He will have but one Small vessel manned by norwegians in his expedition. The widow the once famous John Morrissey after a conspicuous and glittering life now ekes out a poor existence in her childhood Home near Troy n. Y., where As the daughter Captain Smith the Steamboat Empire she married the Young deckhand the same boat Many years ago. Her mainstay is an adopted son living in California John Morrissey was Steamboat Man Gambler pugilist and congressman. He made a great Deal Money. Until Heenan broke i nose he was considered one the handsomest men his time. The Chicago inter Ocean says a is a dream a sign any thing Why yes undoubtedly. It is a sign life in the dreamer and that he is not 4-sleep All Over. Some the organs the Complex brain Are Active carrying the process thought without guidance the will. A dream is simply the result unguided mental action and the nature the dream depends what portion the brain is Active. There is probably nothing More superhuman in a dream than in a revery. even in the incoherent imaginings an insane person statistics show that in the state Blaine women Are engaged in Over fifty different employment ranging from Cotton and other manufactures to the professions. By far the greatest number Are employed in manufacturing there being about seven thousand thus employed. The average weekly salary is eight dollars and one maker portraits in Crayon gets sixteen dollars. Chi woman is proprietor a newspaper another owns an extensive Orchard there Are a dozen regularly endorsed physicians in practice and several ministers All universalist a Connecticut Man who died the other Day left nearly All his property to a widow who refused to marry him in former years. This was a very a Hsk Smy hot was showing his Orali Bolivar county review rivalry was the cause. The twin children belonging to the one the locked out miners at Spring Valley ill died the 2d, and the physician who attended them pronounced it a Clear Case starvation. The percentage the base Ball clubs in the National league for the week need the 3d was a follows Boston. .649 new yorkh3 Philadelphia .541 Cleveland .543 Chicago .511 Indianapolis .402 Pittsburgh 9� Washington .342. American association 8t Louis. 6> Al Brooklyn .650 Baltimore. .578 athletic ,576 Cincinnati .534 Kansas City .4 9 Columbas .367 Louisville. .�?~2�i Western association Omaha ,693 St Paul .6-3 Minneapolis .535 St Joseph 450 Sioux City .447 Denver .440 Dee Moines 397 i Waukee. .378. Thousands veterans would it was reported from Milwaukee the 4th, attend the Encampment in Defiance the orders their commanders Evert manufactory at Ripley o., and several dwellings besides were burned the 2d. The Loas was estimated at $2i>0,00u. Murat Halstead was tendered a reception at Cincinnati the evening the 3d d p and that gentleman practically declared a himself a candidate for the United states Senate. Miners at Spring Valley iu., being unable to obtain proper food it was stated the 4th that two children one Mother had died in consequence Success attended the administering Brown Sequard s elixir life the 3d to Noah Clark a War Veteran warrants were issued by judge by John the 5th for the arrest the White Cape that recently whipped mrs. Street and daughter near Marion ind., but inquiry showed that the guilty parties had left the country. Miss Bosh Lieb Elkhart ind., after several d Yak sickness was pronounced dead and the 5th preparations were made for the funeral but Abe bad returned to life and we rapidly improving. \ Martin Buree the Man who was sup posed to be deeply implicated in the murder . Cronin and who was captured at Winnipeg and fought to hard and Long against being brought Back reached Chicago the night the 5th. J. B. Mali discovered the petrified Arm a pre Mastorio giant his farm near Kearney neb., the 5th, and in trying to open the clenched hand the fingers were broken off and nine diamonds the purest water and Large As Lina Beans Feu out . Male will exhume the rest the giant s body. R sep Oman Falls w. T., was destroyed by fire the night the 4th. Twenty five business blocks were reduced to ashes. The loss was estimated at f i4,u00,006 one life was lost a family five persons father Mother and three Small children were blown from a Wagon into a Creek during a storm the 5th at Mitchell ind., and All perished. Standing Rock d. T., advices the 5th Are to the effect that the necessary number signatures have been secured from the indians and the Sioux reservation will be opened. It was reported the 5th that Jake Kojl Rmon had been arrested by order governor Lowry Mississippi at Norfolk and would be taken to Mississippi for trial John l Fiul Livan after being in jail All night was released bail the 5th and would repair to Pirrly miss., to give Bond for his appearance aug oat 12. The Illinois Bute Board agriculture received reports the 5th making the aggregate Yie d Winter and Spring wheat in the state for 1889 to be about 34, t00,0u0 but he %. Cir Ristiano and moslem in Crete engaged in Battle the 6th, in which ten were killed each Side and Many wounded. Tin government Greece hat demanded the Powers that they restore order in Crete she will do so in order to protect her own subjects against the turks. German advices the 6th stated that the government were prohibiting meetings working men various pretext a Man named Bon Nigre was sentenced in Paris the 6th to twelve years imprisonment with hard labor followed by ten years exile from France for Selling diplomatic Docu Inen s to German agents while an employee the danish ministry in Paris. Later. The Pennsylvania Republican state Eon j mention met at Arribi re the eth and nominated Henry k. Mctyer Philadelphia for state treasures. The platform adopted rejoices in the Victory 1888, endorses the administration president Harrison and governor Beaver and sex j presses regret at the death general Simon Cameron. The Centredale Cotton Mill at provi a was gutted by tire the morning the 7th. Loss $35,000 insurance $70,000. Several persons were said to have been injured by an explosion fireworks at Kensington gardens St inuit the �?~7th, where the Quot siege Sebastopoli was being produced. It was reported in to 7th from father i font Quebec that the steamship Montreal ii Wiki which sailed from Montreal Lor Liverpool july 31, was a total wreck Bello Isle. The passengers Ami Crew were saved. Lyman j. j. E. Williams two the arbitrator to whom were referred the differences existing Between the Illinois Coal run company an its miners United the 7sh in find ing t2 a cents Jar ton to be the Best and highest Price for mining Coal that the Coal Tuu company could tits miners. A vein Gas was struck at Toledo. O., the 7th which yielded 20,000,000 feet per Day. Senator Kennedy Wisconsin Martin Burk Els to a Cronin suspect attorney instituted Hareas Corpus proceedings the 7th at Chicago. Judge Baker issued an order for a writ As prayed for returnable at noon the next Day. An attachment w As placed the Riverside Mill at Providence it i., the 7th in favor the National Revere Bank Boston for $40,000 a destructive fire broke out at fort Wayne in the 7th, destroying the Trenh Nan Block and the Block adjoining was seriously damaged. Loss about $100,-000. The 8tate Farmers Alliance Alabama in session at Auburn the 7th, reiterated their determination to use Cotton bagging for wrapping Cotton and would under no Circum stances use jute. Governor Tsayer Nebraska decided the 7th not to raise the quarantine against live Stock shipments from the Kansas City Stock Yarda train robbers attacked an express train the Rio Grande Western Road near Crevasse col the night the Goth. And after a vain attempt to break into the bag Gage car went through the train and collected $900 and Twenty watches. A posse was in Pursuit with bloodhounds my amp maybe ice the american woman trial at Liverpool eng., for the murder her husband a Liverpool Cotton dealer by poisoning was the 7th found guilty wilful murder by the jury and sentenced to hang. The verdict the jury was disapproved by the Public. Was hooted at by the crowd a s. Court room. / nothing can save her from the Gallows now but the intervention the Queen through her Home Secretary. It May be possible that a popular petition May succeed in putting it convicted american girl behind prison bars for life but this As yet is Mere speculation. As the Case stands at a v this moment she is condemned to die t the scaffold. When lbs. May kick. Accused came into court her Pale Haggard appearance was fairly startling. She had to be helped up the stairs leading to the Dock. When a he got to the top the stairs she staggered and trembled and it was with much difficulty that she walked to the front the Dock. When she reached the rail she again trembled clutched the rail and looked As if she was about to faint with a deathly Pale face she took a seat in the Dock and swayed backwards and forwards in her chair As if about to fall. She was evidently ill and weak. The female attendant kept constant watch upon her. Judge Stephen in his charge to the jury said there was Strong and distressful evidence to show that the prisoner had a motive for ridding herself her husband. This could be found in her infidelity which bad rendered it necessary for her to enter into inextricable mazes living. He also called particular attention to the phrase Quot he is sick unto death a contained in her letter to Brierly. This was terribly important in View the fact that the Day the letter was written the doctors fully expected that . May Rick would recover. It showed there was a reason for believing that the prisoner was desirous being rid her husband in order that she might live with her Paramour. The judge put the question to the jury whet Fier it was reasonable to believe that a Loving would yield to her husband s suggestion and put an unknown pow Der in his food. At 3 20 clock the judge stopped talking and said a now gentlemen consider your breathless silence reigned in the court As the jury men filed out friends the accused who calculated a verdict acquittal without the jurors leaving their seats began to look anxious As the time crept slowly . The interest the Crow ded courtroom entered the prisoner. She looked around anxiously w Matching the door the jury Rodin. At length the twelve trusty men returned after being out an hour and thirty minutes. The judge resumed his place and there was a terrible stillness throughout the court the Foreman the jury said Quot we have agreed that the accused is guilty a the clerk asked the customary question whether the woman had any thing to say before sentence death we As passed. The prisoner Palo and Haggard Rose with a respectful Bow and addressed his lordship in these words Baoju would have altered Hie verdict i am not guilty this saying this she sat Down gasping for breath and seemed More dead than alive. The poor woman sat sobbing like a child while the judge assuming the Black Cap in solemn tones sentenced her to be hanged by the neck till dead. At this moment there was an awful hush upon the court and a pin could have been heard to drop. Some the women present were in tears. The judge himself was visibly moved. As mrs. May Brick Rose to walk from the fatal Dock she tottered and almost fell and kindly the wardens put out their hands to steady her. But it was her strength and not her courage that had failed her. She shrank from the hands the wardens As if the Well meant help w As repulsive to her delicate tastes after the verdict became known thousands people assembled around the Entrance to the court room and waited for the departure the judge. As soon As he made his appearance he was greeted with howls rage and the booting the Crow d was kept up for a Long time. There were incessant cries a shame a and an attack upon the judges Carriage was Only prevented by the Active interference the police. The feeling in Liverpool against the verdict is intense. Steps Havo been taken to secure a stay execution the ground the discovery further medical evidence. London aug. London papers give a feeble approval the verdict guilty against mrs. Maverick. The times holds that enough evidence has been pre rented the Side the accused to make her Case one for the Earnest consideration the Home office. Mrs. Maybrick is to american woman and has res ded in England for some years. Her the poisoning her husband James Maybrick. . Maybrick bad been quite ill for some time and mrs. Maybrick had been nursing him. As he continued to fail in health his relatives began to suspect that he was Bein poisoned by his , and one them Michael maybe cd commenced to watch her. In his testimony he said that he had visited his brother during his illness and had warned mrs. Maybrick that lie suspected his brother was receiving improper treatment. His insisted upon her right to nurse her husband. He thereupon summoned two doctors and a new nurse. He also seized a bottle containing Brandy and extract meat. At a later visit he found mrs. Maybrick changing the contents and labels Medicine bottles. remonstrated with her and asked her How she dare do such a thing. She replied that there was sediment in the bottles. He again caused a change nurses to be made. Notwithstanding his precautions however h a brother grew worse and died in a Short time. He was delirious toward the end. After h s death the nurse gave him a parcel labelled a arsenic to son for rats a Many other witnesses corroborated Michael Maybrick a testimony and some them said mrs. Maybrick hated Ber Hus band and had threatened to a give it to him hot for publicly upbraiding her. It was also shown that she had tampered with his Medicine. Mysterious tragedy. A held Ali dead oodles five persons found in Montana All had lieu shot in the Hack no Clew to the horrible crime and the details re very meager. Helena m. T., aug. finding the dead bodies Oliie Jones his and two other person is reported from Corvallis a Small town in butter Root Valley in Western Montana a Young girl who had been shot in the hip was also found big Hole Mountain. All the dead had been shot in the Back. A party was formed to bring in the bodies. No further details the affair could be obtained As Corvallis is without telegraphic facilities. Jones was married at Missoula three w Eek ago and waa the Road to Bis ran . Bombers Force the passengers a Denver St Bio Grande train to give to Jap their vib col aug. 8.�?a dispatch received Here say that the Rio Grande Western train known As the a Modoc a was held up by train robbers near Crevasse tuesday night they forced the fireman to attempt to chop through the door the express car but As he was unable to it Force the boiler Iron door they gave it up and went through the train with drawn revolvers and collected $900 and Twenty watches. Most the passengers were Suc Oest Ful in hiding their valuable a posse started in Pursuit the robbers. Two hitherto respite Man prove to lib forgers for Large Sun the president a new York Street hallway company robs it is 30.000 a a trusted lawyer in Minneapolis gets away with s-27,000 us longing to a wealth in client. New York aug. Eben s. Allen for Many years president the forty second Street a grand Street ferry Railroad com Pany is under arrest for Embezi ement and false Issue the Stock the company. His Deal cations am unt to Between $125,000 and $130,000, and his steal Lii a having been gig for four years More. The Story alien s stealing is extremely interesting Anil was Learned from a confession which he made his Rasca Lity both to inspector Byrnes and to the directors the Road. Allen had been connected with the Road which he was chief executive officer for Twenty i five years both As treasurer and president. About four years ago he became connected in business with fun inventor fire escapes and apparatus for hanging clothes upon the roofs House and put a Large amount Money into the venture. After the loss the sum invested in the fire escapes Allen became pressed for Money and the thought that he would raise a Large amount forged certificates Stock his company came to him. He West to his office took some Blank certificates Stock filled them out. With numbers Stock already issued forged the signature the treasurer and Secretary and sold them for genuine shares the company a Stock. This operation he has repeated at intervals during the past four years until according to his own statement there arc outstanding about 70 i Shires these bogus securities Many which Are in the hands innocent holders. Allen was taken to the tombs police court wednesday afternoon and remanded for an examination. An i la aged accomplice in these transactions is Ferdiinand w. Coefie who has gift ured a re Motorc As a partner with Allen in certain mythical enterprises in which he has represented that he was engaged Coefie was arrested at 11 clock wednesday night. Tempted and fell. Minneapolis minn., aug. 8 a j Frank Collom son the builder the Large col Lom Block and one the Best known lawyers this City has confessed to forging the name John Blaisdell a Pioneer millionaire Minneapolis to notes and papers valued at $227,000. Collom was the trusted attorney . Blaisdell for several years. About three weeks ago f. A. Chamber lain cashier Thi Security Bank met . Blaisdell the Street and asked him How much j. F. Colloms paper he was . The capitalist replied that he had endorsed his paper to the extent $10,000, and was very much surprised to learn that the Bank held three four times the amount named. An investigation was at once by gun and a great amount fictitious paper was soon found within a very Short period the immense sum $227,000 in notes and other securities was discovered but to Only a part which . Blaisdell a name was attached. . Blaisdell pronounced the signatures forgeries. The Bank and . Bias Ideal were Seq Taliff interested and a rigid investigation was at once begun. The entire matter was put in the hands sex county Alt Arney Frank e. Davis. The lawyer proceeded very quietly. A private dote Tive was at uus Hadow cd a amp a Vul turned Over to . Dato Aua in ovulate for inspection. An expert was secured to examine the signatures attached to the different notes and securities and he soon reached a conclusion. His verdict was that j. Frank Collom was the guilty Man. The next move was to confront attorney Collom with the evidence his crime. This was done tuesday. Collom was called into the Otico . Davis. Here the situation was explained to him. . Blaisd in and several the Bank officials were present. The Young attorney at once broke Down and confessed if crime in detail he wept bitterly and begged his hearers not to spare him. It is reported that Colloms father and other friends will come to hib assistance. If such proves to be the Case Jit a a probable that the matter will be settled. The Security Bank holds but $23,200 the forged paper All which is amply secured. It appears that Blaisdell a was the Only name forged but that a number people Are out by reason their holding forged paper. The names those holding the spurious paper and Tho amounts held by each so far As brought to Light Are As follows Dean Brothers Minneapolis $18,000 h. N. Deck Minneapolis. $18,500 e. W. Peet St. Paul $5,000 Frank Rupert Minneapolis $13.500 Eustis Brothers Minneapolis $18,000 Julius Schult Minneapolis $30,000 total $102,-Ouo. The gentlemen and firms mentioned above Are nearly All engaged in the real estate and Money loaning business. Just what action these gentlemen will take to recover their losses could not be Learned. C. J. Ii Ockwood the firm Rockwood a Collom was asked if he could account for the action his partner. He re Ali d �?o1 would have trusted . Col Lom so far As Honor goes with All i have Hope to have. 1 received my first intimation this trouble tuesday night he has lived Here Twenty years and during my business connection with him i have always found him reliable. He was a hard w order. He neither drank nor used tobacco in any form. I know nothing his business matters except that he has owned a Good Deal real compliments exchanged. London aug. 8l a emperor William Germany and his brother France Henry in company the Prince Wales inspected the Royal yacht Squadron wednesday and afterwards dined together Board the Royal yacht the Prince Wales warmly toasted the emperor and expressed his Confidence that the great German army and the British Fleet w Ould together succeed in preserving the peace the world. The emperor responding spoke in High Praise the British Fleet which he said was the finest in the world. Germany he continued had an army fully equal to her wants and if the British Fleet As fully met the demands the great British Empire Europe could regard these two As most important factors in the preservation peace. Report a big Deal in property near Peoria i1l new York aug. 8l�?the announcement was made tuesday in Wail Street that five the most extensive Coal mines in Illinois had been consolidated under the manage Mentz for the Illinois Coal and Coke company. The corporation is capitalized at 910,000,000 and propose to build a new City somewhere near Peoria to be named Reed City. The general opinion the Street is that the company will eventually control the Coal and Coke business in tie West. Patrick White Aad Stephen Wallace labourers fell seventy feet from a new building at Boston tuesday and both were killed. Did no to starve to do milk. It a Chicago aug. A the Herald publishes a denial the Story recently telegraphed to that the twin babies the tas the lop Tecl out Spring Valley miners had died fog Lack nourishment the pm Rente the dead children Are the authors this denial and they declare that the Infanta had All the milk Ochej required beside prepared foods different kinds wine and Brandy As ordered and All the Medicine prescribed by four different Doctora three lives lost. Noh Fox a aug. 6�?the old Dominion line Stear ship a old Dominion ran into and sunk the Sloop Ella May in Norfolk Harbor yesterday morning. The sloops Crew three men were drowned the arbitrator the trouble Between the my nor ail Ltd owners the Joel Hurt mines near Streator 111. I be Frics to be paid at 72 �-2 Newt per tort it d practical Dof crat for the workmen. Chicago aug. 8.�?-seventy-two and a half cents per ton is the awl Ard the arbitration loud which was adjusting the differences Between Tho Coal miners and operators the Coal run i Fiffe Wear Streator tie miners were getting 8 cents up to last May. The company wanted to reduce the Price to 7u cents. The miners refused to accept the reduction and the suspension work followed the arbitration committee decides practically in favor 6f the operators. Following is the text the decision a Chicago aug. 7.�?the undersigned j. E. Vwilliams and Lyman j. Gage two the arb tractors to whom were referred certain differences existing Between the Coal stun company and its m ners. Hereby unite in finding seventy two and one half cents 7�h� per ton to be the Best and highest Price for m eng Coal that the Coal run company Ean its miners consistent with a fair and reasonable return to itself its capital and with the securing a reasonable share the Coal Trade in the natural Market the company and we do therefore award that Price to be paid to the miners said company from this 7th Day August a. D. 1889, to the 1st Day May a. D. 1890. A William p. Rend one the arbitrator declines to concur in the s our award believing that 77-4 cents should be the Price and being willing to go no lower than 73 cents in Compromise. A the foregoing award is made after careful consideration All the Tiden bearing three decisive elements entering into the Afif t ration namely �?o1. Exhaustion Coal and depreciation Plant. A i expenses other than wages to miners. �?~�3. Selling Prce Coal. A and after May and Long conferences Between the arbitrators at which All three were present. Respectfully submitted a Lyman j. Gage. A a a e. the basis upon which the figures Werd arrived at w As the Price $1.25 for Coal the car at Streator w hich is the average Price prevailing at present. The question now is whether tale coalmines will abide by to decision the Board arbitration. They Are in he Iii bound to do so As their committee agreed in writing to submit a the matter to arbitration and accept the result. Both colonel rend and . Williams think there will to no further difficult. In All probability this decision will carry with it the settlement the troubles prevailing at other mines in Northern Coal Fields. Death in a yacht. Three children and one Man perish in an explosion at Buffalo. Buffalo n y., aug a a about 4 clock wednesday afternoon bystanders near the boat houses at the foot ferry Street heard two explosions in Quick succession from the boat House just being by Jolt by l b. A Rocker j the new York Central Stock Yards in which his pleasure yacht the Cedar Ridge was stored. Immediately following the explosions the to it burst into flames which soon made a Furnace its Interior. Simultaneously with the explosion two three persons were thrown into the water As if from the Force Tho discharge. Caleb to ism a got a boat and picked ii a Young woman miss Mel Ean aged 28, from the water. She was badly burned and taken to the Hospital fat this time the form . Crockery a Young son was seen stand ground Fife. Another Man named Charles Schweigel seized a Pike pole and extended it toward the Little fellow till it almost touched his breast at the same time crying to him to grasp it and he would Rescue him. But the Little fellow seemed paralysed and in a moment fell Back into the fire and burned to a Crisp before the horrified gaze onlookers. Schweigel a face was burned from his attempt to Rescue the boy. But now attention was directed to a Carpenter clinging to a raft just Over Tho blazing boat for a few moments he Hung desperately his Perch and then As if stupefied by the heat and suffocated by the smoke loosened his hold and dropped another victim into the Furnace below. His name was John Rugenstein 8 1 years bid married. leaves a and five Small children ranging in age from 5 months to seven years. The other children . Crocker Leonard Lemuel aged 9 years and 10 month and Ethel aged 8 years and 9 months also perished in the flames. Another a flirt Charlotte aged 14, was blown into the water and rescued therefrom and sent along with miss Mclean to the Hospital the yacht was what is known As a naphtha launch run by naphtha for fuel it is supposed that the Accident was caused when the Engineer lighted the match for ignition the fuel by the explosion some Gas which had leaked out the boat was about fifteen tons Burden and was bought by . Crocker in new York and brought Here last Spring. It is a total wreck not enough being left to make a dining room table want the ship canal. It receives a 8taggering blow in its throng hour gentiles Avin in an elec Tami 111 Salt Lake a Ity the victorious party celebrate a significance the saints def Cai. Salt Lake cite u. T., a tip 1. The election whiff to place m this City a today was for members legislative assent Bly and for territorial Cov Ivity and precinct officers. The principal interest tue Campaign entered in Salt Lake City where the a Iff political fight Ever seen in this territory . It was a novel sight to see Hugo Caisip amp jul meetings held in All quarters a City by people Twenty years ago would scarcely have dared come within its Walls without permission from Brigham Young who was virtually the autocrat sit Utah. The leading non mormons the City entered upon a spirited Campaign and with Drums and fifes acid lanterns and Bonfire and oratory and argument invaded the capital the saints. Judge Orlando a Powers an old politician from Michigan who Í2 looked upon As the Moses who has been sent to Lead the mormons out the egyptian darkness in which they have been imm ured for to Obeso forty years was at the head the Gentils movement. He began i work by dividing the City off into Ward.? and appointing a Gentile Captain to each Ward. These wards were subdivided into blocks and agents appointed for each Block and in Thi Way a thorough House to House Canvas Quot was made. Before election Day the gentiles Kne a t Eire act strength and while there were supposed to be 2, xxx gent Les out a total registration 5,>.0, yet the gentiles had no idea that they could poll their full Voto. Many tried numbers were out the City others were apathetic find judge Powers believed that Tho mormons vvod.4 win by about 399 votes it was therefore a Grey in. re ring when Tho returns showed that the gentiles had carried the Cit by forty one votes a bile not fit by officer was elected Noue being voted for yet gives renewed Hope that in the municipal election id february the City will be wrested from the Illta no Netrol in which it has been Ever since Brigham i Xoung crossed the Wasatch mountains in 1847. One the prime causes for the Victory was the defection from the mormon ranks. At East �?~-l0 7o>up mormons voted with the gentiles and this away from tha chains the Priesthood we Al the Elief cause for the Celebration monday Irtz Imbu perfect pandemonium reigned the streets Here from 9 clock until 3 clock in the morning. ?1� men professional men preachers boys. Women All joined in the Jollif cation. The mormon to ice attempted to Stop tha demonstration but were powerless. Cow Bells tin horns bombs guns coloured lights in fact every thing that would make a Quot found a Blaze was brought into requisition. Such a sight was never before Send Iii Utah. The Victory Means an increase business and Populat. it Means that next feb i Ary the City will go Gentile by 700 t it votes it Means the beginning the end the mormon Power pvt he Young men have declared at the ballot that Illey will in future think for themselves and not allow priestly interference with their franchise. It Means a 100,000 in ten years. D the mormons were Mote surprised than the. Gentile and take their defeat bitterly. The next legislature will have six gentiles in the House and role Mcfern in the Council the Council being a body corresponding to the state Senate. Rny a. I.�-. Lori to up go utile . This gives them eight members out thirty six and alien it is remembered that the first go nth be who sat in a Utah legislature was David Mclaughlin who served to sessions ago the importance this present election will be better understood. In Salt Lake county w hich this City forms a part this increase in the Gentile vote is also astonishing and the claim is made that within two year t e mormons will lose that also. The influx the gentiles into Utah since the real estate Boom Here last year has been steady but so quiet has it been that not even did the gentiles appreciate what a Power they had become. Greatly proves that the Atrock to a Martin Burke the extradite c a Meta so Spaet return shackled to 4 $6��m6��? the trip from Winnipeg i nov cult Story i flight and capture. Chicago aug. 6. A May tin Burke the Cronin suspect handcuffed to two detective we dropped from the St Paul train about six blocks irom the Union depot monday night and rom there driven in a Carriage at lightning Speed to the he Sou Street and placed in a cell the trip from Winnipeg was wholly without exciting event no attempt w As Mada Rii get him to talk it being deemed useless a it his Law advised him to Havo nothing to f a. A a la Fig Rani townsfolk gathered As the train halted Yifong the route staling in at the car and spec timing upon just w hich one the travel Torii company w tis the culprit. Burke was deeply at is to form Public inspection and be submitted Witolf pleasure to a removal at each stoppage to the opposite Side the cd is find the drawing the Blinda. Nothing but Tho idles curiosity was pictured in the countenances the people and nothing that we As in the least degree worthy Noto occurred chief Hubbard was seen immediately after the key had been turned the prisoner but he had Little nothing to say. Quot i will say this however a said be a Burke has made no confession whatever his share in the crime but his nervousness which increased Aew a neared the City conclusively to my mind Man knows More about the murder than any one else to have under confinement 1 am in Hope that he will break Down and make a confession �l8 he 1r not a very Strong temperament and appears to be easily led. A la Al we a lawyer. State senator William Kennedy Appleton wis., got to town about two hours before his client by the 2. <0 Northwestern train. He politely refused to who had retained Hill answering the question by saying to really did not know his knowledge that Point being limited to the consciousness that he was Here to defend Burke to Tho end to his Case. He would not outline the character fits defense but said it would be controlled much by the course Tho state. Burkes flight and Cru fire. Tho a tics for ant final apprehension Martin Burke has but in them it St secretly conducted Pic h Rasines to which the Chicago police have had a in rec it years. So wary indeed have the searchers been in every step and so shy betraying t to pm St Pont \ in Taser have the captains been to at it 1� probable that Tbs full truth never will be known. Early air fir the developments that rot Lowed upon the do Ovey . Cronin a body was the fact to Ian among the conspirators who hired the cottage at 1872 Ashland Avenue was one Man who gave the name Williams. It was proved that this Williams had Iscon a party to the rental first Tho rooms at 1 7 c Lark Street and then the Caru son cottage hat he had hired Hakan Martinson the swedish express Man to cart a trunk and some furniture front the former to the latter locality and that at Tho cottage to had Brett seen time and again. When Woodruff High Lin and Sullivan had been arrested without discovering the person it became evident that tha police must look further for him who wore the alias Frank William. Is description was taken from the swedish express Man and the car sons and sent broadcast eagerly As follows a Matt about years old 5 feet to weighed 180 pounds was freckled dark hair Mustache and Beard that u a a in Tho i. A a t the run. Resolutions adopted at the Waterways convention in West Superior. West Superior via aug. 8.�?at the Waterways convention wednesday Hon. J. G. Keith Chicago presented a comparison the treatment by the government the water and Rati routes. For the two Railroad systems terminating in Duluth the government gave 47,000,000 acres land Worth #95,000,000, while for improving the outlet Lake Superior the government gave 750,000 acres and a total $4,022,000. The resolutions were then presented by . Edwin Ellis and unanimously adopted. In substance they Are As follows a Are old to that it is the sense this meeting that the great and growing Commerce these Waters demand that it is the duty the United states government to take such Steps a May be necessary to make a careful Survey All these Waters and particularly the Rivers and connecting Waters and Quot a a solved that it is the duty the United states to Bear the expense providing additional guards against accidents. A resolved that we demand Congress that a ship canal Twenty feet in depth should be undertaken and constructed by the government at As Early a Day As practicable through the Narrows and Rivers connecting the great lakes. A a resolve a that the convention recommend that the harbours be deepened As rapidly As practicable so As to accommodate vessels drawing Twenty feet Pennsylvania republicans. Harrisburg a aug. 6�?the Pennsylvania Republican state convention met Here yesterday and nominated Henry k. Boyer Philadelphia Tor 8tate.treasurer. The platform adopted rejoices in the Victory 1888, endorses the administration president Harrison and governor Beaver and expresses regret at the death general Simon Cameron. An inc a diary a work. Selma Cai aug. Khan incendiary fire tuesday afternoon destroyed three buildings in this City occupied by thirty business firms and causing a ids $75,000 insured for $32,000. The h avy fire Walls one building alone saved the entire business Section from destruction. She expects to go few Congress. A Decatur do aug. 8.�?mr a Helen m. Gougar spoke wednesday night at the National prohibition Camp meeting a six months Republican Protection and Temperance she was especially bitter in her denunciation the Republican party and declared that she expected to live to occupy a seat in a prohibition Congress with St John As president not sore that it is Tate. Birmingham Ala aug. 8.�?the Man arrested at Scott Borough has not yet been Poe i Tivey identified As the absconding treasurer Tate. One the detectives who arrested him has been arrested an old indictment Tor burglary. Lisp Poitte said to have been beaten at fort a Prince i Force Ara now retreating Morie a w fut butchery from the Hartlyn Cpl Al a the general both armies Mercile by kill the la Ris Ouer War. Washington aug. 7. A the latest official hews from port a a Prince is to the effect that Hippolyte was Defeated m a flt Al attack port a Prince and that his buy has begun a Retreat. New York aug. 7.�?port a Prince advices jul 28 Sayr i be War in Ohlfs Island has become Barber it it tvs. General Legitime he been cutting the throats prisoners in the Maidt place. The idea offering Quarter to Surre Dering Udo a a b it died out and capture now Means something Wro be than death. Hippolyte slaughtered e Gheen men who Tell into his hand the other Day and in retaliation the terrible scenes in the Market place have been enacted. None the inhabitants port an Prince expect the least Merdy she did Hippolytee a men Ever Force a Entrance into the City. Despair has seized hold Many the people while others await the end with indifference. Just before Sunset july 30 Hippolyte ordered a charge la coup. Then the report a sent to port a Prince from la coup that it was impossible to hold out longer and calling for reinforcements. All the available men in the City were pushed Forward and with considerable impetuosity attacked Hippolyte. The latter beat a Hasty Retreat carrying away with him eighteen tha Garrison captured during the first the attack. these some were shot reaching Hippolytee scamp while others had their Throat Cut in sight the whole body troops. All were executed for the amusement the Tropa spies reported this act Hippolyte to Legitime and the latter immediately ordered All the prisoners hand to be taken to the Market place. There were eight them in All and tied Arm in Arm they were led out strongly guarded. An immense crowd had collected which was at a fever heat excitement. One by one the men were gagged in Plain View every body and their with the utmost deliberation their Trotts were Cut like so Many beasts the crowd Yelling vociferously As each majr fell quivering to the ground. Crown Toft hat. The importance the 9 character in dramatic personae tie conspiracy was no lost to s get a the began to push the inquest the Case. The conspiracy being by Mutual inference an Irish affair the rank9 irishmen wore scrutinized. September 11, inst there had been dedicated in the cemetery mount Olivet an Irisa nationalist Monument. A very Large photograph the extensive group gathered about the memorial had Ben taken. The police secured this and with 19 a d prom Tient Irish m began to familiar ixe them elves the Hie personnel the group. In the background the picture and immediately to the left Monument was the likens one lentil cd among the others As Mart n Burke l a was said to be in a general Way an Irish work he was a Ydung Man who had Coina from Irel fld four five years ago whence it was alleged he 6ed for crime and lied his Mother who kept a Board nor House at the coi fitter Sedgwick and Erie streets. In a general Way Howa sad to be d years old about five feet ten would Wagn about 1> pounds was Florid and fic kled. Inquiry was made. Burke ban been absent from his usual haunts s Nee earn in May and it Ben was the latter the month. It was learns that he was u fellow and in some extent an Habitude the Market Street Dens and further that he was a member Camp to c in a Gaeb h s desc pt. so Cloudy approached that Frank William and he med so Likely a party that word was 11 parts to arrest Martin Burke with full de scr hit if Eom pained by a copy the photograph taken at Olivet. Ali s police not be went to w Nair leg among other places and it a there that the search came to a successful Poncius . It Tho very Point As to How burkes Identie Jowas revealed to the local that Placo and How this arrest happened to be made there a a conflict to to Mouy. The be to Story so far is this i sunday june detective Hossack. the Canadian Pacific a secret service was sit the in Tho depot at Winn Pez with mind in Lent upon capturing a forger when a Man came to the window and Bou int a ticket via Tho Rana Diac fio and the Allan steams p Jine to l Serpool the Man Aee Mefi to answer the description Tho wanted forger and Hossack Oon had him in custody. At the police stat. it. Was also perceived that the captive did not fall Short the description Burke. The Man was badly femoral Zed add although he began with the declaration that his name was Mai pm Delaney Duluth he very soon admitted that he was Burke Chicago. When it came to his extradition however. He made a very stubborn fight. Officer Collins the Central a a equal a was sent first to Winnipeg to establish the identification and did so. Then Martinson who had picked burkes p cure unaided out the nationalist group went up and identified the a the. Man who h red him to Hatzl the furniture. Following Thi Young Carlson was d patched thither and recognized in Burke the person Quot Frank William?.�?� meanwhile other officers the court fld police had gone to Winnipeg to crease. The in Cago contingent waiting upon the result Jaffurs. At last burkes Stout defense was a Caten Down and last thursday chief police Hub Bard wept to Winnipeg to return with the prisoner. A Michigan Man shot dead in a Dia put Over the Possession a piece land. Guthrie Oklahoma aug. 7.�?dr. Two Rrt Ley senior in easier the wholesale grocery firm Twomley and Winters shot and instantly killed George Stevens tuesday. For some weeks a dispute has existed Between the men the grocery firm claiming half the ground which Stevens place business was located. While talking the matter Over tuesday a motion by evens part was interpreted by Twomley Asau attempt to draw his pistol and in an instant the grocer fired. . Twomley gave himself no and was placed in the custody Captain Cavanaugh the United states army. The murdered Man leaves a and one chit in Niles Mich. Bagar. Works burned. Topeka kan., aug. 7.�?the Topeka sugar works the largest Plant the kind in the West which were Only completed last yer at an expenditure $250,000, were burned to tiie ground monday night the works Are situated six Miles West the City the Bock Island Railroad hence to water waa available. The works had just been started up to test the machinery preparatory to entering upon its fall business and it is supposed that the fire originated from friction. The insurance the building and Ira Whinery is $40,000. The company had contracted for 1,800 acres sugar Cane at $2.50 per ton which was about ready for delivery and which will increase the loss to $60,000, i i a great strike. Scottdale pa., aug 6. A the strike in the Connell Sivilie poke Region has assumed immense proportions the 14,008 ovens in the Region not less than 12,000 Are now Idle and the managers the strike assert that Over 1,000 the remaining ovens will be shut Down to Day. The latest works out Are Leisenring a 2 and 3, Jim town Calumet Sterling. Emma Warden Pennsville and Moyer. From the latest reports received Here it is alms test certain that not More than eight it pc ten works out the seventy six in the Region will be working to Day. These with the exception tie Mammoth Are All Smehil works and will not represent Over 1,200 car 1,400 men. A Terr lilo Klot. San Francisco aug. 0�?the Japan Gazette received by the Steander City peking sunday contains an account a terrible riot Between two factions the chinese coolies at Sang Kong Siam. About 5,000 men engaged in the conflict Spears and fire arms were used and Many persons were killed. The coolies were More Lea under the influence liquor and fought like demons Spears were thrust into the bodies wounded men and their bodies held aloft the coolies in the meantime Yelling hideously. The siamese troops charged the rioters and after Bayon eting a number them quelled the disturbance and captured $00 the rioters who Wero afterword fined and released. My

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