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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 24, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSooj i Ulvi att Mich., jltjc3-t7st 24, 1889. To. 14. A a amp Duoc tree Twenty eight and a half feet in do Amete. Was recently Cut in Tulare county Cal. A a Short any one who bothers you a a Aid a Georgia Man to wife presenting her with a Shotgun. She followed advice and now to a bad wound in he neck. California fruit growers who used to throw away their peach pits Are now getting six dollars a ton for then�4 they arc Worth this for fuel. They make a hot and aromatic fire. An Oregon judge refused to Grant naturalization papers to a professional pugilist the excellent ground that it is contrary to Public policy to Confer citizenship people whose avowed occupation was to violate the Law. All the monuments erected at the Battle Field Gettysburg to Mark the positions Tho-#4�qoy i Van a troops w ill be dedicated september 11 and 12 the present year and Tho e promises to be a great reunion veterans those Days. A Pittsburgh detective went out for a Day s Duck shooting the other morning and proceeded to Blazo away at a flock Birds. An hour after he took them into Camp a Rural Constable took him into custody for destroying a Farmer s tame ducks. A valuable horse belonging to a Farmer at trolley. Near Faversham eng., died and a Viper about eighteen inches in length was found in its stomach. It is supposed that the horse must have swallowed the reptile when drinking at a Pond. A commercial drummer stopping at a la Grange ga., hotel i earned that a burglar was in room. On awaken ing he mistook hat and Vest hanging the chair for the intruder and opened fire. To put three bullets through the garments before discovering mistake. A Jek it by City widow says that she la As declined at least a Hundred offers marriage since her husband s death feeling that a wife s constancy should not end at Tho g. Ave. Sho had her Tombstone prepared and reeled at the spot where she expects to be buried and a recent a sunday she decorated her prospective grave w Ith Flowers. Explorers in Mexico Are said to have discovered in the forests relics a former great c to in the shape ruined houses monuments and so Forth. Their alleged discoveries also include splendidly paved roads vast co urns Ca rings. Etc., All which together with other 6igns, it is said indicate that a nation thirty millions Onoe existed there. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation from Washington. The Treasury surplus at Washington owing to the Light offerings Bonds the 15th amounted to $7u,8ta too that being the highest Point reached since last october. The Washington Treasury department issued an order the 15th prohibiting the re use casks and barrels by distillers. The order does not apply to breweries Washington advices the 15th state that an extra session Congress would be held. My. Clarkson the acting in postmaster Genera at Washington the kith awarded the contract for furnishing postal cards to the department during the next four years to Albert Daggett Brooklyn n. Y., for . In the United states during the seven Days ended the 10th lha re were 181 business fail urea against 173 the previous seven Days. By order the postmaster general a pneumatic system letter collecting will be tested in the City new York colonel John 1l Wilson was appointed superintendent the United states Academy at West Point n. Y., the 17th. At forty two leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 17th aggregated $9 1,899 542, against $934.� >23,873 the previous week As compared with the corresponding week 1883 the increase amounted to 67. A hta tempest issued by the internal Revenue department the 19th showed that 3 397 distilleries were running and their product was nearly fifty thousand Gallons a Day in excess Lastyk t. The Treasury reports the �?~30th showed that Only 3u.0o0,<xx the 34,000,900 Standard Silver dollars coined Reid Ned in the Treasury unrepresented by Silver Certitil Cater National Bank notes were being retired at the rate about three Madiou dollars per month and Silver certificates issued at nearly the same rate. M. Cou tonne a French savant just deposited with the Paris Academy science a sealed communication containing a description a machine invention for the transmission Luminous vibrations to which he Given the name and by Means which it will be possible he claims to see objects hundreds and thousands Miles Distant in spit3 any number intervening obstacles. A Ned Quot is the Only survivor the four famous Bradford Brothers Atlantic City n. J. These men formed what was known As the Bradford life guards and to their efforts hundreds bathers at Atlantic City owe their lives. Michael the oldest brother was the most heroic the four. He died at Philadelphia in 1877. He and the others who have passed away died prematurely from exposure and hard ships in their Noble calling. Tiff. Cigarette habit is increasing. The commissioner internal Revenue collected taxes last year upon 2,151.516,300, which is an increase 288,789.620 Over the preceding year. The number taxed is a pretty Good indication the consumption. The number cigars taxed during the last fiscal year was 3,867.385.640, an increase 22,685,990, showing that the consumption cigarettes is increasing More rapidly than that cigars. Mrs. Minnie Hill is the name i lady who a commands a Steamer n the Columbia River which Ler husband acts As Engineer. She a also the Pilot and she steers their a hip life while her husband gallantly responds to the Bells and a goes ahead a slows Down As the directs and a happier and More contented couple is unknown. Whet not the River their Home is in Portland where it is said they have accumulated property to the amount about Twenty five thousand Ioil ars. The generally accepted theory that i warm sumo follows a cold Winter did vice versa been carefully examined by a science with the Aid Emp nature records made in the same Ilace under the same conditions wide a Day for forty years. A science an not find any Rule the subject god come to the conclusion that to estimate can be formed in regard 0 the character a coming season merely by knowing the Aba racer he past season any greater Alue than could be gained by Mere jessing.,. At a recent meeting the French Academy sciences m. De Galarce Aid that in 1887 the aggregate Popula Ion the countries in which the Netric system weigh and Meas a res was compulsory was Over 302,- 00,000 being an increase 55,000,000 n ten yet frs. In 1887, in countries with 1 population nearly 97,000.000, the Jse the system was optional and he countries where the metric system is legally admitted in principle and partially applied had in 1887 a population 395,000,000, being an increase 54.00j,000 in ten years. A presbyterian Church at Erie extended a Call to Quot Rev. H. C. Loss Canada to come and preach d them. The authorities however decided that acceptance would be violation the contract labor Law. The East. Owing to a prospective Advance in Cokeland freight rates Bessemer pig Iron and i Vance one Collar i it ton in Pittsburgh i a., the 15th. In the Vicinity Greensburg pa., Snow fell the 15th. An explosion a in the basement a three Story building in new Yolk City the 16th caused Tho injury Triine Twenty persons and one boy who was passing the Lui iding at the time w��8 killed. The defaulting sex pics Dent the forty second and Grant a Trout ferry Railroad. New York City. Eben 8. Allen who pleaded guilty to two indictments Cha gig him with the Over is Ila the Stock Tho company pros sentence i the 10th in that City to fourteen years imprisonment with Bard labor. Thunk persons were reported killed and thirty five injured the 18th at Barver s station the West Pennsylvania Railroad the wrecking a Tram. The legislature new Hampshire adjourn i a i e die the 17th. Preparations were being made by the Pennsylvania Railroad company the 19th to establish among its employees a fat Cension system the first the kind in tie United states. After eighteen weeks idleness the Penns Ivaria Iron company Lancaster a resumed work the 19th. Near Beartown ta., Rev. Abraham Martin the oldest mennonite minister in this country died the 19th, aged nicely years. / a Amono the cattle in several localities near Greensburg. ., Texas fever was raging the 19th, and were dying at an alarming rate. A fire destroyed a tenement House it West seventh Street new York City the 19th, and nine people lost their lives and three were seriously injured. In the lumber Yard b. A j. Godkin near Tonawanda n y., a fire the 30th destroyed about 2,250,0 4 feet lumber. Citizens Titus Lle a the 30th celebrated the thirtieth anniversary the discovery the first Oil Well in that state. The new Ork democrats will hold their state convention at Syracuse october l West Ano South. Pending the hearing a writ Hareas Corpus the result the warrant sworn out by mrs for complicity in the shooting her husband Justice Field the United states supreme court was the 10th released $5, bail the California supreme court refused to adjourn As a Mark respect to judge the Day funeral which took place the 16th. At Minneapolis minn., the 10th j. Frank Cullom the prominent lawyer alleged to have committed extensive forgeries w As released $100,<x 0 bail. Damage to a vast t mount in done the loth by a Cloud burst in Routh Carolina the release . J. Milton Bowers convicted and sentenced to death at Nan Francisco in 1880 for poisoning wife in order to obtain $ 17,030 life insurance was ordered the 10th. On the morning the 10th a freight train was wrecked near Columbus James Mears a Stock dealer 8teuben Ville o., who was in the caboose had neck broken. A desperado wanted for Moon shining shot Hia wife and her Mother and then killed himself the j6th ten Miles Northeast Jackson Tena the 16th the Chicago Burlington a Quincy Railroad declared a dividend one per cent at a conference Between the Illinois mine operators and i liners at Chicago the 16th a Compromise was practically effected. The settlement made was the basis a reduction seven and one half Sente a ton with two and one half cents Advance october l it was decided by nor a Dakotas in convention the 16th at Bismarck that that City should be the state capital at Austin Texon the 16th two employers pleaded guilty to the importation skilled labor from Europe and were fined one thousand dollars and Wooste in each sixty four cases. At a face War which took place at Richmond tex., the �6th several men were killed. Troops had been called out. One girl was accidentally killed. In the National league the percentage the base Ball clubs for the week ended the 17th was As follows Boston .636 new York ,6jl> Philadelphia 556 Cleveland .521 Chiba go .5�5 Pittsburgh .419 Indianapolis 4u2 Washington .337. American association St Louis .673 Brooklyn .652 Baltimore .585 athletic .571 Cincinnati .546 Kansas City .410 Columbus .863 Louisville .906. Western association Omaha. .682 by Paul .617 Minneapolis .517 Sioux City .470 Denver .465 8t Joseph 456 Milwaukee. .404 Des Moines. .373. Tax North Dakota and Montana constitutional conventions finished their work the 17th and adjourned sine die. Of the 17th the a Hundred and third anniversary the birth David Crockett was celebrated at Birthplace Strong a Spring Tena John l. Sollivan was sentenced at Parvis Misa the 17th Toa years imprisonment for prise fighting. He was released bail until the motion far a new trial was decided. On the 18th Rev. R d. Robinson d. In one the most prominent methodist ministers Indiana dropped dead at Home in Indianapolis from apoplexy. Cemma de in Contr Warx a the grand array the Republic completed report the 17th for the last year. It shows a total membership 41s s&8, an increase 59,012 members during the year. At Pooler. A. Walter Asburg it Dolored was lynched the 18th for assaulting Lulu Kinsman seed seventeen years the 17th James Leird died at Hia bom la Hastings. Nab., aged forty year. He served in the army the Potomac during the War and was sleeved to the forty eighth. Forty ninth and fiftieth meagre Kaaa is a Republican the Burlington a Missouri Road h passenger train was wrecked in the i8tfi Fie i la born neb., and flight a in Persona were injured. Jon c. Brown governor Tennessee for four years from 1870, died the 17th at lied Berlin Springs Tenn aged a Lxiv two years nearly one Hundred persons were poisoned by eating ice Cream at a picnic near West St Paul Minnon the Lush and Many were seriously ill the 19th the Walls a brewery at fort Wayne ind fell fatally injuring three men. Worms were the 19th doing great damage to the Cotton crop in five counties in Arkansas. Forest fires in Montana were checked the 19th by heavy Rains. Citral is w. , Secretary the National Republican convention 1881884 and 1888, and Reading clerk the National House representatives for six years die Kat Bis Home at Cassopolis Mich the 19tlu used fifty six Yaru the tilth the re ported Rob Ber rat Terre haute ind., a mail bag containing $10,-0uu was said to be false. The. Death Jud Are Lenry c. Whitman distinguished for Legal attainments and Well known throughout Ohio and the East occurred at Cincinnati the 30th Alexander Cunt Ingham who claimed he bras a Coachman for sir Walter Scott and Well remembered the great poet died the 30th at Jacksonville in at the age ninety years. On the 2ith Moses Fowler president the Fowler i National Bank Lafayette Lud and one the wealthiest Trier in Indiana died aged seventy four years. Arora Tii amp Burg was. And Vicinity a water spout the 3 the swept away Many Bridges culverts and Dama. On the 20th mrs. W. A. Cochran. Of Shel Ovville iii., sold the right to her recently patented dish washing machine to a Decatur 111 firm for several thousand dollars Cash and the Promise a Royalty All machines sold. After a last sixty seven Days the longest record Robert Marvel aged eighty five years died at lib Home ill Indianapolis ind., the 30th. A Large Quantity bogus Silver dollars were in circulation Tho 30th at grand folks d. T. The victims the recent disastrous flood in Tucker. Tygart and other Creek valleys in West Virginia were horseless and Horne est the 3dh, and but for the Charity their neighbor the Hill Farmers their sufferings would be terrible. There were Miles desolate territory with scarcely a House left baud aug and not a vestige crops near Rome City ind., an attempt was made the 30th to wreck s passenger train the grand rapids a Indiana Road. On Tho 3� the it w As Ann Dulced that the wife m be Mcdonald the politician had eloped with a Catholic priest named Joseph Moisant. The guilty pair were supposed to have gone to Europe. A dam at the top the Hill above Duluth j Minn burst the 2uth in consequence a heavy rain and the business portion the town was flooded. New Clew foreign intelligence at a conference held in London, the 16th Between Home Secretary m lord Salisbury Justice Stephen and a number medical experts with regard to mrs Maybrick s Case the american woman to de hanged the 26th Inifi it was reported that a recommendation to the que n be in de Lor a commutation her sentence to imprisonment for life. Sara Bernhardt a husband Jacques Kamala died suddenly the 18th at a hotel in Taris. A recent earthquake at Kumamoto Japan killed forty persons and injured one Hundred others. The death William thaw vice president the Pennsylvania railway com Penny occurred in Paris the 17th, aged seventy one years. He was a prominent railroader and philanthropist whose i wealth was computed at $31 ,100,000. The boiler a new Steamer burst at Shanghai China the 19th, killing thirty j persons. A Mcfan s Hub and spoke factory a Dresden ont w As burned the 19th causing a los $10u,. Four persons were seriously injured by the explosion a boiler. On the 19th Thomas a. Edison the inventor a decorated by King Humbert Italy with the insignia a grand officer the Crown indy. Thus making him a count and w Ife a countess. In London the 19th Herr Lachmann editor the londoner journal a weekly newspaper fatally shot this wife and and then committed suicide. The death Edward Conroy United states Consul at Porto Rico occurred j the 19th, aged about eighty year. He was the oldest United states consuls a violent storm visited Paris the 30th, and a Thunderbolt struck the Eiffel Tower but to damage was done. Me so official think they h ave to a overed facts which May Lead to the recovery the missing Clit Cha the Lite . Cronin the Case approaching trial. Chicago aug. 21 a state s attorney Longenecker says he is ready to proceed with the Cronin trial next monday but intimates that the attorneys for the defense will Endeavor to procure further delay either Lay motion in separate trials for the prisoners Lor a general continuance. Several persons feel that . Longenecker a few gaps in Case that will be hard to Bridge. The identification the body . Cronin and the fact death by violence Wro Fleer. But to troc him to the Carlson cottage Aud to pfc Ove that he was murdered there tire ate to be ugly place in the Case. How much evidence outside the suspicious familiar to the Public the state remains to be seen a the police it is said have discovered that iceman go Hullivan s horses were driven rapidly about Lake View the night the murder by three excited men. The horses attached to an ice Wagon and after being driven until they were steaming with hard work were pulled up in front a Saloon at which the Nett guzzled Largo quantities by liquor. The importance the discovery is somewhat conjectural. Of the team and Wagon can be identified As those that carried the body . Cronin to the catch Basic the new evidence is an important link Between the broken end the Chain at the Conklin residence and the end picked up at the sewer Utie state May have a stronger Case than is generally believed but it is very certain that the authorities have made desperate appeals to the prisoners for confessions. The lawyers the defense deny Pihrt Liiv one confessed the authorities do not pretend to have Confes Sio its from the men to be tried for their lives but Couch their assertions concerning their evidence in mysterious Terras to i the a re Rte Rel belief however that they have no evidence with we he h to Surprise the Public the trial the Case. Besides the near approach the trial interest in the Case is again revived by an important discovery made within the last few Days by the police. The discovery is another link in the Chain which connects my stir Burka with Tho fluid at the Larl icon cottage. About two weeks ago a tinsmith North Clark Street was taken to the jail w Here he identified Martin Burke As the Man for whom to did a Job tinning Tho monday following the night Tho murder. The tinsmith whose Tiame for obvious Rea run i at present withheld stated that the monday referred to Burke came into shop carrying a tin Box under arms. Except the cover the Box was securely soldered and burkes instructions were to fasten the cover a if it takes two Pound the Box was Twenty four inches Long eighteen wide and fourteen deep and contained something Wilt cd entirely oct ujust the Interior yet possessed but Little weight beneath the edges the cover was co miserable dirt As if the Box had been buried in the ground. The Tinner attempted to raise the us and remove the dirt so that the ? solder would take better hold. Burke grabbed Hiarm and told him under no consideration to attempt to raise the lid in any w a try to see the Contenta a a never mind the dirt a he exclaimed a if it does t hold put solder till it Burke suggested that a tul a be attached to the Box so that the air within could by pumped out he afterwards abandoned this scheme substituting a More solder instead. When the w Ork w As finished Burke engaged an express Man to carry it away. From the description the Box and its contents As judged by the tins Slih from the feeling the police Are confident that it contained the clothes . Cronin. Every Effort been made to find the express Man who carried it away but without Success. Descriptions the Box have been sent to every City in the country but us yet no Trace it been found about the time he put the cover the last Box a smaller one was brought to the tinsmith. From the description it is supposed that it contained the Box instruments carried by . Cronin the night he was murdered. Something novel. Ilm a k. Vanderbilt give a Fearn party at Newport r. entertainment unique in it r. A aug. 22.�?mrs. William k. barn party wednesday night was amp Rand affair. Even Newport a never seen th1 like such amp in entertainment where the guests were fed in stalls and danced the floor a stably which w As turned into a Bower the to tour ers the Field and the fruits the Earth. The stable Sti Tii by Structure designed for the Comfort Domestic Annn dlr a to hardly completed presented most unique appearance an improvised electric Plant furnished the illuminations upstairs and downstairs. Over the Carriage doors Hung Bright red Peji pct 66 Over the a Milit to were frescoes Pui Ripkins squashed a amp a plants and other Garden vegetables the groundwork being a a leaves. The ceilings were also festooned with garlands Laurel and Oak leaves and Oak leaves Wero used for the decorations the sides leading places for Floral panels in the shape horse cellar and yokes 7or oxen. Flowers were a so made up to represent harness and Hung about As if Pega Garden vegetables were attached to rare tropical plants and the sides the barn were banked with Standar plaids Al varieties. Two clean wheelbarrows covered with a inf and fresh ro883, were used for the Stor lug Tho German favors Ruhe dozen More stalls were exquisitely decorated and were used for miniature dining apartments. The mangers were filled with a a by cry the. Sides were covered with Oak leaves fancy Straw Mats were the floors and each tall contained a Small table with pretty lamps and delicate shades. Chinese lanterns were overhead the Partti it a Between each stall was hidden with sheaves wheat tied Tveith pretty ribbons Aud massed up against the pillars in the main part Carriage House where the dancing took place were shocks torn Cut an hour so before dark these shocks were also tied with costly ribbon. In the shed where carriages Are to be washed was the Casino orchestra hidden from View by a partition Oak leaves through which the Light streamed. The Box stalls were also exquisitely decorated and in one them mrs. Vanderbilt received Tyr guests fit the foot the stairs leading from the Bay lot t through the Long covered archway. Why he shot. F War fatal Nagley Tell the Story a killing a a id give la a la cute for i action he 14 that inferred a Federal custody the que Stion Jon diet to to a Aej fued thursday. Burned to death. Pin. ? York i a a Heene terror de cited by them who a a a pm Al new Yolk a 30.�?nine persons were new Yon a aug san f an Cusco. Aug. r tinted to death smothered Early Abal Nagle who shot and killed David a Iowa a every Blue grass Palace. Later. President Harrison arrived at Homo in Indianapolis the evening the 21st to assist in laying the Corner Stone the state soldiers Monument he we As warmly welcomed by thousands persons. Severe Hai 1-storms passed Over parts Austria the 21st and Many persons were killed and much property destroyed. 1 he Wauregan Woolen company Providence r a operating several Mills suspended the 21st with liabilities $1,900,Iko assets $2,tk>0,<x 0. An immense crowd gathered at the Dock in new York the 21st to witness the big racers teutonic the White Star line. City new York the Mininan line Haavie the North German Lloyd and City Rome the Anchor line set out their trip to Queenstown. The British bark Onaway which sailed from Philadelphia june 5 for Bilboa with a Crew fifteen men and 124,234 Gallons crude Petroleum was the 21st Given up As lost a Cyclone thirty minutes duration passed Over Winthrop me., the 31 St. Doing great damage in crops and leveling Trees and fences. Lyman f. Wisner the wealthiest and one the most prominent citizens Hardin county la was accidentally shot and killed by i Only son George the 21st while Hunting. Hon. Timothy , m. P., the 21st c arged . Balfour with giving the i ish people Strong drink and depriving them food in order to make them Savage. Twenty five thousand barrels Oil were ignited by an explosion a gasoline still at the Oil refinery a. D. Miller a son at Allegheny pa., the 21st, and the entire Plant was burned. Loas $225,000. Two men were consumed in the flames a e. Parsons said to be the oldest practising dentist in the United states died at Home in Savannah a the 21st . Parsons was born in Northampton mas., in 1866. The governor attorney general and chief Justice Kansas the 21st said that woman suffrage at municipal elections in Kansas had proved Sucha great Public Benefit that they advised other states to adopt it the $300,060 appropriated to clean streets and cellar John a it in. A was exhausted the 21st, and Uniesee there was More Money forthcoming the Witk w uld have to be suspended. Or. Lee we the opinion that there were hundreds bodies still buried in the Callara Houe twelve freight cars were dished the 21st five mile North Rush City minn., by a washout the Duluth Railroad had three men was killed. The first party state convention Ever held in North Dakota met at Fargo the 2tst in the convention Hall form Usa the airman Wath Chir to which Gen transit at Appomattox when a signed the Papara for Gewalt a surrender now the property general Cape Hart Fargo and loaned to tha rep Haj senator this Opo Aaton. Thing ready for it opening at Crest non a. Cre8tom, la aug. 21.�?the Blue grass Palace 1b entire a completed and rapidly receiving Cousin a cents exhibits from the different counties Southwest Iowa. The Yards and Tho depot Are choked with freight and great activity prevails in getting out goods the illuminations in the ready for the �?oboys.1 official programme for the g. A. R. Encampment. Milwaukee aug. 32.�?befora the end ibis week my Waukee will have a a guarantee Encampment fund $ a ,000 ammo two Hundred and fifty thousand dollars is already raised. The first car Load baggage for the Encampment arrived tuesday. It came from Allegheny pa., and belonged to the grand army posts at that place. The members will arrive thursday. Manager Chapman prepared the off Mai pm gramme for the Efrain Pierik next monday evening the sons veterans Wil hold a Camp fire at the West Side Turner Hall commander in chief earner the grand army will preside. The Parade the grand army and sons veterans will occur tuesday Forn Poon tuesday Evenn the visiting members Tho w Ornan s in a a ice corps will be tendered a reception at the High school building. The grand army men will hold Camp fires the same evening at the 5v est Side Turner Hall and the armory department commander Weissert will preside at the Camj it fire at Tho West Side Turner Hall addressee Welcome will be delivered by governor Hoard Mayot brawn arid department commander Weissert. Commander in chief Warner and pension commissioner Tanner will resp and. General will preside at the armory Fca rap fire. General a Berrian. It is expected will attend both Camp res. Inti first War concert will be Given tuesday evening. A reunion the hons Ater aus will be Given tuesday evening at Plymouth Church. The business sessions the grand army and the woman s Relief corps will be Given wednesday Mormur the former at the West Side Turner Hall and the latter at Immanuel Church and continue during the test thai week. The reunions regiments brigades and divisions will be inaugurated wednesday. Wednesday afternoon general Sherman will visit the soldiers Home where he will be formally received by the veterans and a Salute fired in Honor Fri second acid final War Cori Bert will be Given wednesday evening. The naval Battle will occur thursday even ing., Cincinnati aug. 23.�?the society the army the Tennessee will hold its annual reunion in this City september 25 and 36, and the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga september 19 and 30. The worlds fair. The Blue grass Palace City Are elaborate and will present a gorgeous appearance. The City is prepared to entertain unlimited crowds the exposition will be formally opened August 22 by governor Larrabee. The Palace been built by the Blue grass Lavue composed citizens the eighteen in the southwestern Corner the state for the purpose a i Vertist a a that sect it facilities As a Stock isl do Reg . The building is 100x100 feet the ground and feet High. The roof is thatched wih native grasses and All entrances and projections a built baled Hay. The inter is d tided into sections to accommodate exp b from various counties in the league an from Montana the two Dakota Aid Washington. In size Des go decorate and value exhibits it compare favourably wit Matty ice palaces Corn palaces Spring palaces etc., that have graced other enterprising Cut the the Republic. The decorate the bin gras a lace Are Art Stic and elaborate. Above a Point where the Eye Caa detect the difference Canvas paintings represent pasture with cattle ranging there n beside running streams and under the Shade overhanging Uncle Samts Quot bad debts Over #20.000,000 in judgments owing to the government a flirts at collection to be Mode. Washington aug. 21.�?amid the records which solicitor the Treasury Hepburn found among the files that office when he took Possession were a number a revised records personal suits and judgments a known among the clerks in the office As the a old these extend b a cd for a period More than fifty years and embraces unpaid judgments to amount aggregating upward $25.0.0,000. Solicitor Hepburn proposes to make an Effort to collect this Money and from the re. Ports agent he fee quite hopeful i Success. A methodist my Wietor at Neola la. Stains Bis hands with blood. Neo la la., aug. 21.�?Rev. D. Helmick pastor the methodist Church monday night shot and killed Earl Pahner a popular Young Man Council Bluffs. A month ago when Palmer waa married the preacher Obj cited to the match and in i opposition used Strong language against Palmer. From that time the feeling intensified. Monday evening Helmick returned Home from the country and a Palmer standing to i doorway. He called to him to go away when be waa struck by an egg. He then Drew Hia revolver and toed and Palmer fell. The preacher waa Sload under Arr at Hundred member Congre a already pledge to vote for its location in Chicago mayor Cregler wants a special session the legislature called to take action. Chicago aug. 22.�?the we Orlds fair executive committee reports that Over 100 members con press have forwarded to the committee Headquarters their pledge to support Chicago s claims for the fair. The pledges came unsolicited and Many More Are it la under Sto gtd the Way. Chicago aug. 33 a mayor Cregier writ in to governor Filer pointing out the importance and urging Tho necessity for calling together the legislature Illinois in special session in order that needed legislation May be had the subject securing the we Orlds fair for Chicago in Milwaukee aug. 22.�?the annual Industrial fair waa opened wednesday night by president Matthews in the presence a Large crowd spectators. The display is a creditable one. Among those pres a there a Large delegation from Chicago including mayor Cregier and several the aldermen that City. The object the delegations visit a to Boom the chances the Garden City for securing the world s fair in 1893. After the ceremonies attending the opening the exposition had been concluded mayor Brown and governor Hoard made addresses in which they pledged that the state Wisconsin and the City Milwaukee would support Chicago in her efforts. Short responses full expressions gratitude were made by mayor Cregier and hers the Chicago party. _ at it it Anthrop last wednesday was removed from jail at toc to a by sheriff Cunningham an hour before Day saturday morning and brought to this City a special train. This proceeding was based upon a writ Hareas Corpus issued by judge Sawyer Iff Twe. United states circuit court Friday directing a a a few Cunningham to produce Nagle in the circuit 11 clock saturday morning. Nagle was taken from the Stockton jail at in a arly hour in order to avoid the excitement which removal during the Day might have occasion Rte. 4 great in tuber persons were present in thee a it Mit Cdr Stroom when Nagle appeared. At Ney Maguire introduced a i strict attorney White san Joaquin county and said they appeared conjointly to oppose to la i release Nagle by the Federal authorities. The attorney Ait i re Dong papers connected with the proceedings entered a general protest to the order the con reclaiming that it was beyond the jurisdiction the Federal courts to take from the custody the state ctr Ficiala a person who had been for the coi Inlo in trim within the states jurisdiction and again die Tate Lawa. A if the court please said at Sornev Maguire a we desire formally to protest against any requirements die Toutt to the sheriff san Joaquin county to bring a person held under state authority mb1 this court a writ Hareas Korpua the ride grief however been brought into court out deference to the a court by the sheriff and the sheriff now presents return to the writ a the attorney then proceeded to read the written return. A Kwa shall take Tho position the people the state californian by said a that . Nagle is in the custody the state authorities and the Federal courts have no jurisdiction to take a prisoner from the custody to new 8tat� official a the objection gives Rise to a very important question which we Are not at present prepared to judge Sawyer Salu i a it Doe present a Vety quest Lon. The claim . The part the prisoner i that the act a it latin a were committed in the performance a duty a Oder the Laws the United Sites Aud by reason Pet he i us been brought within the jurisdiction the s court. We recognize the necessity your being thoroughly prepared for argument and probably for ascertaining facts. It Perham might be As Weli to postpone the matter for a week to Tonnsel an crop Orllo by to decide what is the proper course to after conferring the lawyers decided that they would be ready to argue the questions raised next thursday and a hearing was set for that Date. Deputy Nagle was returned to jail under tue custody the sheriff. A despatch a received Here Friday by United state attorney Ltd Arey from the department Justice fit Washington instructing him behalf the United stakes government to assume the defense Deputy marshal Nagle who shot judge inst wedge Day. Nagle talked Rcd la with in tirante acquaintances about the shooting. Ltd my he said a a i went Down to los Angeles expecting trouble. You All know Bow been making threats against just be Fields life. Com no Back Quot a passing Fresno fori thought judge a lib by Board the train there and be did so with wide. T s�?T6od outside the platform and they passed with n s x inches me a Tirrith Hafl the hand Sachel in which she always carried bar n Ctol. And i knew there would be trouble before we not Home so i went in and told the judge that had come boned. You know All the fest about How strode into the restaurant to Cha a cry. It breakfast. Field had by Back to him and 1 Turg so f con Daee every one that came into the route. A walked right up behind the old Man and slapped him and As he did so 1 jumped up and said a Here Stop that in Man officer cof Thuc t Hod no time to say much for ter.meant business cd struck the judge again and was going for when i let turn have it. The whole this g was ver in a couple seconds and i Only did a Dritz. You Al knew what was. He was Twenty a a adder Job m than me but i i d got to close Quarter Ith him he could Bend me in two. I saw him some months ago Down in the United states circuit court when he Drew Bowie fun if Oil the marshal that arrested wife for insulting Field and is them a fild hot bold him Down. A couple them had six shooters at head but that did not Stop him. A everyone knows that you Bluff with a pistol any More than a mad Ball. A try Back in v giant Days when Hopkins tried to arrest him and Sere him with a six shooter did t he we p out Bowie Affet Hopkins have it right in the neck and to was a closer Call than i d want. It in t Long ago since test tied oath to the. Always carried a Nufi be had one the other morning in breast Phefe he always carried 1l he never went without if and he a a dangerous Man with a knife because he was so Strong and Active for size. A now they say i ought to have tried to Stop from assaulting Field without shooting him. 9uppos0 i d been sucker enough to have fooled with a Man like that and while he had hand actually knife what do Yon think would have happened id have looked Nice coming Back As an escort to a dead Justice the supreme court. What kind a reception do you suppose id have got if i brought Justice Field Back dead i might As Well go and jump off the Dock at once. In a satisfied that was there to kill Field if he moved a muscle and How could a Man still no matter How old he is and have face Star Ped in the presence a room full people. When i spoke to to Stop he paid no More attention than if a child had spoken and if i had rated there would have been a d afferent ending to the affair. I m sorry for the old Man. But it was my duty and i had to do it. Some one asked about Sarah Albeas statement that waa unarmed. Nagle smiled and said t. ,. A was armed right enough. He had knife with him when he dropped but Sarah took it. Every one in the room was to surprised i guess to notice her act but i saw her As she put her arms around take the knife. Before toe shooting she went Back her self to the train to g t her Sachel so As to have a pistol Han ii if necessary. Ell it s All Over Row and id have to do the same thing Ajo in for i d d Only my san Francisco. Apr. 19.�?the supreme court California last july reversed the decision in the Sharon Hill divorce care and remanded the Case fora new trial mrs. Terry before the supreme court applied for a reheating to have the order Foi a new trial set a de. The application a refused Friday by the supreme court train Tele copes a Elm a n. Y., aug. 22.�?a Lehigh Valley freight train waa backing into a switch at big Flats at 10 8u tuesday night when the Erie express with the right was crashed into the caboose tearing through it and two other cars the whole mass wreckage toppling Over and rolling Down the embankment. Andrew 5v Allace a passenger was burled under the wreck and scalded besides sustaining other injuries from which he will die. Charles him Bat s Arm waa broken. The express car which followed its engine Down the Bank was also wrecked and both messengers were injured. The wreck took fire burning freight and passenger cars but most the baggage waa saved by the passengers. Villard Splatt approved. New Yore aug. 22. A the directors the Northern Pacific company yesterday unan Mously approved Henry Villard scheme to place a consolidation mortgage $160, 000,000 the entire system and a special meeting preferred stockholders h been called for october 17 to take formal action the matter. Chairman Harris the Board director said 20, 000,00o the raw Bonds will be used in providing additional equipment and terminals at Tacoma Superior and elsewhere. The balance $140,000,000 will be exchanged for Bonds now the Northern Pacific system and Branch Unes and Othef obligations. A fwd Ficay morning by a fire which broke out in the Katchrin Snyder restaurant the store floor a five tory tenement building at 305 West seventh Avenue and 6evr4 others were injured. Snyder the keep Rio the restaurant. Has been arrested Sun pm Cora causing the fire. A policy insurance a $1,000 Bis Stock was found in Possession a Kene the employees states that he found la so attire d Tver the floor the restaurant the ten Eniet a a occupied by sixty people Aud All were Stu red asleep when the fird broke out the building a a damaged $i0,0u0. The dead Are William Nie Naoo 6j years burned to Dillni Nellis Mcgeoghan. 20 years smothered to death Mary Wells,$1, smothered Jane Wells 4, smothered Tii Otnie Wells 2, smothered Lienha Ustiz 40 burned to Doab William Mcl Vsev 47< Birned to death Jane Jeffrey 65, pm. There Affek a Lyoris 45years, smothered. We Juliam Glennon jr., and John Glennon were badly burned and Are at the Hospital. The w As discovered by two policemen who forced Afi Entrance into the burning building. There was no sign lire m the building and the officers hurried Fri a us be door to another to arouse the inmates. Murmuring at first Wero heard then a Buzi Many voices which finally changed into a Wall terror Aud agony from men women and children., struggling for their lives in the death trap. Firs escapes leading from the burning building to the As yet untouched tenement next door Weto soon filled up with half naked people crazy to reach the Street in the meantime the tire department bad arrived and had begun work the �1ut��es Ami assisting in rescuing the frightened inmates. Tho flames War extinguished easily enough by the firemen and the people in the fire escapes were landed safely. Not one person escaped Down the stairway and the names the few who tried it Are found in tile la it the dead printed above. The search for the dead was begun As soon As possible. 1 he first body found was that old William Gioffi Vioti. The remains were discovered by the Sida bed in room Tho second floor. To had Riveri to Fly with Luis sons but old leg were Floc nimble enough and he perished. The boys w to taken to the Sophab they were badly burned he meet eff used by walking the hot Iron bars the fire rape. In the rooms the Wells family was a sight which can not be easily forgotten. In Ted Middle the floor Knelt the Mother Mary Wells and Iri her dead embrace was her children Jane and Thomas. They had Beeri a bothered mercifully enough and not a bum a Lbw defaced the their countenances. John Glen tells this Story �?o1 Don t know Bow i first knew it was a fir. 1 Semi is the smoke and the a r in my room seemed oppress re but i often smell smoke from the restaurant the Street and so lit Fern paid no attention to it. I soon saw in smoke was thicker than a usual and to Sec who i it was 1 got out bed drawing my Torii rss i did so. As i sat fora second the Edge hed a Sheet flume roared up past the w do said i jumped to my feet Yelling a fire As oud As i could. The first yell to chose me and it sounded id like a whisper. The next was As loud As i could pod filly shout and it woke my brother and Moths we ran to the front window to get Otlet the fire escape. We could not see it for the flames. H get up the windows the flames teemed to St fld like a Wall s me Bright Metal and through the shutters one window Little tongues flame came through the slats. W 11 West to open the window but before he could get there the shutters were All ablaze a a to a a father was asleep but wiil awoke h in Ana web Rentto the Hall door. Mother did not a Kin ti7 to font to to. 8he Hting Back and at last w 11 Anu t her by each Arm and w 11 opened the door. The Hsii is full smoke. It rolled and twisted right before our Fawi a moment and then we started through it the stairs.,. _ Quot Iii turning i face Down which the tears were get Ronld see there was co Chance to get Down. The were Roar ing up Only a few feet away from iras sri got out the room will called to father to Tome a a posing he was us we started up. How Quot got through the balls to the roof god Only know. Now and then we would meet some one el4 j brn4 for the roof but who they were we could not Tel Fin account the smoke. When we got the foot will cd a whereas father i thought is tras tight Beh and a leaving Mother there we t we to the scuttle u3t instead father . Wilma i and we and children Fautne i he must be t get below Here a said will a fid Down he went through the scuttle again. I followed fitful and we searched Art it and with our hands to find him. We could see Noth Fig Niall account the smoke and it was getting thicker All the time. We could feel nothing and i followed will As he went along the Ball and then Down Ilc it a a a to the next floor. I had to Stop there to hold Bihi i seemed to be bursting. The smoke was a udi m m a a just one thick fog i be Btl. It t Como in puffs Rolls and a a Ettin hotter and hotter. We went that a very Sowsy to the second floor. Below us ail was Fla Fiss but i saw will creeping Down the stairs ii see Mfd to me through a Waff flame. 11r de to Folio too but 1 could not. The flames played All around the Banister to which i held and in a moment the so n began to Peel off my hand. In a moment will came Back and i Beard him say 1 a a not find him. I can to find him when we got Back the roof it was crowded with people from All the Ilju in the Block. Will a clothes were tire and be Coila not gee. I led him Down Tato the next House where we Fouad Mother. Mother did not Geem to know us. She sat there rocking backward and Forward and wringing her hands and Inoa mfg. Then we got Down into the Street and the doctor put vis Iri the a trip Wes i. Fre mint Ilis Rridon Arr pc at Indian a Al to Lake int in the a la a to. Of no idler mod Umont a Oid be cd Thor Welcome him warmly the Way a Quot Stout is Cincinnati w Here he 1� loyally received. Cincinnati aug. 22.-president Corrara and party arrived Here to 10 1 it a. No. A a a Ter Day Over two and a half 1at a Ireat crowd it the station i it chief magistrate with deafening Cheen an Battery a the Ohio National guard. I a presidential Salute. The party took cd Giaffes the president Riding with governor Foraker Ami escorted by police and military proceeded to the Burnet House Malonff streets thronged with Che Rin people. Mayor Mosby welcomed the Proa Dent at the Burnot House aim . Harrison responded briefly. After receive resident members the Loyal i Effion an it other citizens the president was Derwen to tire guilders Exchange. Hete i to the Echano welcomed Tuor. Who responded a a eth a few Allison City a goes fragments for Farmers. It is one the Best things to sow Lor fall Winter and Spring pasture. Beets carrots and parsnips May be left in the ground where grown if covered Over with Earth. To get at the real Cost beef making the animal must be credited for the Fertility it leaves the farm. In a Farmer a Good place to store bran he can always save Money by purchasing what he wants in the fall Early Winter. The value Clover Clay lands As a Means rendering the soil less compact and easier tilled is much under estimated. A general burning wheat stubble in Tho chinch Bug districts will destroy millions germs now that will be voracious bugs next summer. Thorb Are one two advantage in properly Orti a fruits and vegetable. It aids to protect the sound fruit from decay and adds very materially to the appearance and Quality the fruit. The Farmer who keep careful account farm Stock and products will be Able to meet the census taker when he comes next year with Correct statement and not guessed at positions. The Glrst thing to look to after you have up your mind to keep bees is pastur a for according to a be keeper a greater falsehood was never palmed off a Gullible Public than that a Bee work for nothing and Board a heroines sad Fate. Miss to Lille Felmon Chicago drowned at Benton Harbor Mich while trying to Rescue a woman. Benton Harbor Mich., aug. 20.�? mis Tillie Felman a Young woman Chicago was drowned in the 8t Joseph River monday afternoon near Spinks resort while attempting to save mrs. De Napier who had got into deep water in her efforts to Rescue a Little boy from drowning mrs. Napier and the boy were saved but miss Felman lost her life. The unfortunate Accident caused profound sadness in this Vicinity. The Odd Fellows. The coming session the Sovereign grand Lodge at Columbas o., bids fair to be a most notable one. Columbus o., aug. 20.�?one the grandest assemblages Odd fellow Ever seen this conic sent will be that which will be witnessed in this City during the week beginning september 1ft. The Sovereign grand Lodge will then be in session and the patriarchs militant the uniformed portion the order will be Here in numbers estimated at from 6,000 to 1�o.0uu. It is thought that the grand procession will contain 30,000 Odd Fellows in line. The order daughter Rebekah will Abo be in session and tills meeting will attract Many ladies a big canal. Details a Irr Tatlo scheme in fee in Utah. New York car 2d-the Tribune special from Kansas atty ays a great irrigation scheme is that which the Bear Lake a River canal company Ogden u. Tis carrying out j. R Bothwe ii president the company a Here yesterday and the contract for building a let to William m. Garland this City. The canal is to oot $4,000,000, and will be 150 mile Long 10 feet deep and 40 Fet wide. It source will be Bear Lake i Idaho territory. The capacity the canal will be 17.500 gallon % too Oft i it will irrigate am words and another reception a held from the build Exchange get magistrate went to the chamber v Merve which had. Been t a Burat a Deco rated in Honor. Tt�e-prff�?Tlu6 l re a a son the chamber Commerce Maine a welcoming address in which he the magnitude the Trade cd Sci president Harrison replied a emr. Presides a. Ladies and gent? tic which you speaker us de in Udd Ess a a a a overcome me. To e Sugges ions he uses bring my mind Many pleasant recollect . It a Here it your Crow Ler wharves where floated a treat Palace upon tile Waters i had my first Gumpee a great v it to me a country boy it Srsa sight. Of in my earlier professional Days were Seal Hirv under the Bellamy St ror. Although but compare Velv Little my l iter life h 8 been pct n year City yet i reel that in your Welcome to Day you not Only a Duomo me As an Stacer to Nivon. But As a neighbor. I a p fact that 1 it one before me not Only reps Tot tvs in btism., but Loyal supporters i our Union. I to sell you. A Public reception followed which did not end until the police refused to and my the waiting throng m order that the president might have needed rest and refreshment. During the reception the passed by the president at the rate fifty a minute. _ the president and party died at the Burnet House with a number prominent residents go the City. During the utter noon the Indi ail �p�8�� reception committee headed by governor Hovey arrived and joined the party. At 43d p. He the presidents departure from too Burnet House was the Occam Ion for renewed applause by the crowd. Bras a brisk to the Cincinnati Tori a Dayton depot where the train offered by that Road was m waiting. At 5 clock the train started. At that moment the president appeared at the rear platform and a shut arose who continued until the train a out sight. The trip to India Nap olm. , ind., aug. India Rrapo Jig was re Bobc l by t e presidential train at 0 in. The president was greeted by shouting crowds and along the Lino the route from Cincinnati Here. The whole population the surrounding c unt v was present each tune Tho train stepped. At Hamilton Cannon it sundered Forth the presidential same As the train Drew up. The president stood the Bottom it a the rear pm Arm shaking hand right and left while the train stood still. At Oxford where Ewas a located and married car address by the mayor Aud rep leu briefly the people College Corner stood All read to give the president a ride in an antiquated vehicle in which the pro dents Grandfather Rede til w0, by t the president declined with thanks Overn Hovey Here welcomed the chief magistrate w Indiana and the latter made a net r the president was met with addresses at Liberty and Connors Ville and responded briefly at each plan. Secretary Husk and governor Hovey also spoke at the latter Plutas quite dark at 7 43 where Bushville a town to 4.609 people was reached. Leil lights and fireworks illuminated the c to it was the most Enshu Mastic greeting All perhaps and Many More people Tohm the census shows certain a were eagerly a waning the president who Shook hands with As Many As he could while a crowd cheered the ruler 60,000,000 people. Aur Ivai. At Indianapolis. The presided and party were met at the train Here by a committee the even Tieten Indiana regiment find a Cornu tree Twenty five irom the Board Trade. The president was escorted through too station which w s crowded with Thieo anxious to catch a Glimps him to t to carriages in waiting for the party Dflia procession was at once formed and we iou Friey to the Denison House where the president will make i. Headquarters during stay was taken up. The procession proceeded but slowly through Tho streets which were packed w Ltd cunou9 humanity. At the Denison House the president was received by Tho Monument commission and committees z5l�tht� Public Ank a resident Tanner the Board Trade and Neal a b. welcoming him to the City state. President Harrison respond 88 follows a a a Kef a in the committee a50 friends i scarcely know Bow to convey to ton my deep impressions at the a cordial Welcome Foj a Elk to i can not Hope do i i hav0 been deeply touched by Tbs Gen Croas and court to a up . It we. Not my expectation Bra i 1 it d Anatoli a few month under so a responsibilities serious a sense my _ that i would return a am so Soo t to my Home. But this occasion was one Wpm in i could not Well be absent from. It is one it should enlist to a degree that not Hrag Eise Ca do a Jiu Otic interests and state Pride a. It is True As general Carnahan a said that i took an Early interest a a this Felt that was built its top Stone was Natl and had men heard by the people this state in express be s web w9 rot done that for our solder dead w Hillh we should and that a had neglected Bow who ded for us. I am glad therefore to be pres ent and see this Monument started. Re trently rejoice with you Bra had the work which these commissioner so wisely and magnificently begun. Disastrous fire. A los about #75,000 caused a the file Mes at Colfax ill Colfax ill aug 22.�?fire broke out about 11 clock last night in the Gouax lumber company lumber Yard and rapidly spread to adjoining buildings. No Eanne is known for the origin the fire. Is looked for some time As though the entire business portion would be wiped out but by hard work the part the citizens few buildings were lost the lire at 12 30 a. M was apparently under control the Colfax lumber company is the heaviest loser. The loss will probably be about $75,-�o�o�. Or. Rawl Tny May succeed . Baylina. Vincennes ind., aug. 22 a Southern Indiana methodists Are making k bid for the Editorship the Western Christian advocate and Are trying to elevate . Rawlins Benoer to that position. The methodist episcopal conference at Spencer unanimously adopted resolutions asking that he be chosen to Al 1 the vacancy caused by the death Rev. Or. J. H. Baylina fell dead. Rom a aug. 22 while speaking to a session the grand Lodge l O. F. Hers wednesday colonel Adolph Brandt fell dead apoplexy. He was a prominent lawyer at Anu a aft is Well a we throughout the Bette

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