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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 31, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. Xxiii. Soto the ua."ve1tj �10-7 31, 188q 1to 15. Wim the Persia considers the Duchess Marlboro the handsomest a woman in England and she san Only three members a grand jury to mooned at Anderson s. A lately could Tell the name the governor the state. The English language is spi fading. Most the Large cities Europe and Many Small ones now have their a English newspaper. Wild geese Are already migrating southward the Pacific coast this is said to indicate great Snow storms in the Arctic regions. Hoffa to Bill. Has written to a Friend in Colorado that he has received proposals marriage from Twenty seven wealthy Parisis ones. Rev. Dil Edward Everett Hale a ays that when he was a College student he and his chum too the first Daguerreotype picture Ever made in Boston. For the first time since 1859 Georgia has raised Corn enough this season to Supply her own wants and she will have besides a surplus a million bushels for Sale. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. Is the United Sites there were 190 business failures during the Reven Day ended the 2su, against 181 the previous seven Days ii at the leading Clearing houses in the United states the Exchange during the week ended the 24th egg related $956,537,440, against 0 1,899 542 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1888 the increase amounted to it.9. The state department was informed the 27qx the recent generous Girt by his majesty the King slain for the use the american Trusby Terian Mission one the Roval palaces together with extensive grounds and buildings. It is proposed in Fremont . To establish a Schofi in Honor the late mrs Hayes wife sex president Llaves. The school is to be Given the name a Lucy Webb Hayes a. It is said there Are fully three thousand stenographers in new York City. I �84q there were not More than a a dozen a a relent stenographers in the United Blates now there Are forty thousand. A Boston paper has obtained the opinion a number phys Evans the use ice water with the following result Good if nor taken to excess 12 better let it alone 7 committal a very beneficial la. Non a url b 1 us spot off your coat a Filas m. Vii it the Man who had walked his Knees for Twenty years and who had travelled .11 Orr the country Selling soap and insect powder waa buried in new York recently. At the Centennial exhibition 1876 in Philadelphia the Only exhibits electrical apparatus were two dynamos and sprite arc lights run by clockwork. Now there Are $010,000,000 invested As capital in the electric Light business. A new Industry in Trenton n. J., is the making dynamite guns. Six these guns Are now being constructed by the new Jesey steel and Iron company. The guns Are to be fifty feet Long eleven inches in diameter and will be made in three sections. They will be constructed cast steel plates bolted securely together. Victoria n a Trokim the daughter. Of the new York millionaire who married her fathers Coachman several years ago and starred the stage has done satisfactory penance for her social sin and is if gain with her father As a modest but attractive Belle at Saratoga the whereabouts the husband Are unknown to the outside world. A Boston watchmaker recently had a t task. It was the putting in order two watches each which had Cost $2,500. The Case each these watches is pure Gold and its works number fully 400 pieces. On the larger dial there Are four smaller dials one showing by a diagram the sky the changes the Moon a second dial each month a third dial the Day the month and a fourth dial the Day the week. The East. Jimmy Hope the famous Bank robber was discharged from prison at Auburn a y., the a a id his term having expired but he was rearrested while his Way to new York another charge robbing a Bank in new York the 23d Twenty eight vagrant arabs were denied the privilege Landing and the steamship which brought them Ove waa Ora cred to Tae them Back four murderer. Patrick Buckenham Jack Lewis coloured James Nolan and Ferdinand Carolin. Were hanged in the Yard the tombs in nework City the morn ing the a a id. Pac Fenham and Carolin killed their wives and the other two their mistresses. On the 23d the animal train fore Paughf a circus w As wrecked near Potsdam n �., the Way Tow Metreal and Twenty four trick horses valued at Many thousand dollars were killed and seven Chariot horses and other animals. On the afternoon the 25th Carlisle d. Graham made a successful trip through the Whirlpool rapids at Niagara Falls in a barrel shaped boat tiie death James Tunny occurred in Boston the 24th at the age one Hundred and three years. He came to this country trom Ireland sixty one years ago. His wife survives . I Lino the month july 25,71 immigrants arrived at Castle Garden. In july 1888, 28,090 arrived. The democrats Massachusetts w ill hold their state convention at Worcester october 2. On the 25th the Spring Lake Reservoir near Fishville it. I., gave Way. And three let persons were drowned and some properly destroyed. The death general Isaac f. Shepard occurred the 26th at Bellingham Mao. He served through the War. And was Consul to China under presidents Grant Hayes Garfield and Arthur. A mrs. Meitzu and her to re sons were Arrey std the 2gih at fast Aurora. N. Y., the charge making bogus Money. By the bursting a sewer a loss $100,-c00 was caused in Philadelphia the 26th. The bus Ness men at Johnstown a had the 26th raised a fund $1,000 to prosecute the South Fork fishing club for the damage by the recent disaster there. In the River at Johnstown a. Low water resulted in the exposure the 26th a Large amount malodorous matter the stench in the Vicinity the Stone Bridge being unbearable. Fire destroyed the lumber Mill and Bobbin factory j. E Smith amp ., at Black Falls it the 27th. Causing a heavy loss. John 8. Mcintosh a Wool dealer at Mil ton mass., failed the 27th for . The Steamer Wyoming landed 125 mormons at Castle Garden new York the 27th the Cut Ray Maugh opa Valley school cards appealed the 27th to the Charita be people and friends education throughout the country for Aid to buy books As the general flood Relief fund not be applied to that purpose. In a Nail factory at Towanda pa., a boiler exploded the 27th killing Richard Ackley Sanford Smith John Bostwick. Isaac Brantford and Guy reman and fatally injuring two other Mph. The m re Belle Hamlin was sent at Rochester. N. Y., the 27th to break her record 2 13l and she made the mile without a skip in 2 124. T a. Coburn. Son a shoe factory at Kap Kinton. Malt a a it burned the 2fth, and Over three Hundred workmen were thrown out employment the Ocean race was won by the Steamer City new York the 27th, Matug the trip from new York to Queenstown in six Days two hours and fifty minutes the 26th Harry Disney a Gambler was arrested at Kansas City mo., charged with being the thief who robbed Altman s jewelry store $15,000 in diamonds in Broad Daylight recently. Irvino Latimer serving a life sentence in prison at Jackson. Mich., for the murder Bis Mother was placed in a Dungeon the 26th for it eing an accomplice in a scheme to blow up the Jall Hercules powder and a Quantity other explosives were found win Buthe prison Walla the great rear s nest Gold mine in Alaska recently purchased by the Duke Sutherland and a Syndicate English capitalists at a Cost nearly $2,000,quo, was said the 27th to have Turush out to be perfectly worthless. The annual session the National editorial association commenced the 27th in Detroit a fair crop Corn in the West Aud Northwest was promised the 27th, Aud there would be a heavy yield potatoes but there would be n shortage the Apple crop. Two Sharp earthquake shocks occurred at los Angeles. Cab. On the evening the 27th, and clocks a were stopped and ceilings Cricket the 27th Gustave Klahre the Chic go tinsmith who made the boxes in which the murdered . Cronin s clothes Are supposed to wave been shipped to Europe w As nearly killed by a gang roughs. In the Ohio Penitentiary at Columbus several Large shops were burned the 27th, causing a loss $150,000, f he no atonal Encampment the grand army the Republic commenced its Twenty third session at Milwaukee the 27th. The City was crowded with veterans and visitors among those present being general Sherman general 55 Arner general Alger and mrs. John a. Logan. The grand Parade took place m the morning with 18,000 old e a lairs in line. The woman a Relief corps and the sons veterans Are also in session. Montana democrats in convention at Helena the 27th nominated j. K. Toole h Lena for governor Howard Conrad Billings for lieutenant governor and Martin Maginnis Helena for Congress. The death Quot Granny a Boston occurred the 27th at Murphy 4 c., at the age Ono Hundred and Twenty one years. On the 27th James j. West recently president the Chicago times publishing company Aud tries e Graham the Secretary were arrested a warrant charging them with issuing one thousand false and fraudulent shares Stock in the company and were held in $10,000 Bonds each. On the 27th Charles t. Watrous a Young Man employed s a common labourer in St Paul waa informed that by the death his father m Australia he had fallen heir to $15, x-0,000. Is Pike county ind.-, five men were arrested the 27th charged with manufacturing and passing counterfeit five and ten cent pieces. Tramp tramp tramp. Commanded th8 Nebraska delegation. Grand army Parade at which consisted department flyers and a few scattering veterans. The Lari Veteran inf Fig in a get i a few scattering veterans. The largest Milwaukee and show that Post in the Michigan department was Phil l a pc during these tears peace they have not forgotten How to keep step eighteen thousand them March and Are reviewed by general Sherman and other notables. Milwaukee aug. 28. A there was genuine pathos in the annual Parade the grand Artur the Republic tuesday. In that Long line which swept Down the Broad thoroughfare a so appropriately called grand avenues there were presented Many pictures which recalled the most stirring Days in the history this great Republic. The Parade was smaller than it was at either it Louis Columbus Aud the crowds that watched it pass were larger. There were in the Parade about 18,000 men but along the line Anarch were almost As Many More men who wore the grand army Button but who did not feel equal to the task trudging two Miles and a half under the broiling hot Sun. All in All it was a grand Parade and the lessons that it taught were Manifest. The tattered Battle flags the empty sleeves the to the Rumor concerning . Stanley s March toward Zanzibar with Emin and nine thousand men is quickly Eon radiated. We Are now told that he is it a the East Side Lake Nyanza and that he will not return to the coast for Many months to come. Nothing is Aid min Pasha who is doubtless remaining at his Post nor does it appear that Stanley himself is at present in trouble in want since he was Able to Succour a White Man pos ii a missionary whom he had met 1>r. Webster Fox in the Jour Lal he Franklin Institute maintains that he majority Blind la people have lost heir sight from want proper care luring infancy and that nurses mothers who heedlessly expose an infants eyes to the Glare the Sun for hours May be laying the foundation the most serious evils. He protests against permitting Young children to use their eyes in study and it declares that the Eye is not Strong enough for school work until the age seven to nine years. A the signal service officer Pike s eak said to a correspondent the other Lay a sometimes 1 stand at the win Low with my Telescope. I can see the houses Colorado Springs Twenty piles away the men sitting in their Birt sleeves sipping iced drinks to keep Cool the ladies walking about in White summer Robes. I lower the rials. The summer scene is gone a Reen Trees animal life men and women fade away like creatures in t dream and i am the Only living Hing in a world eternal Snow and be and silence a . Stone the editor the new Rork journal Commerce lives Vanklink Avenue Brooklyn where he is nearly an acre planted in Rosea. In. Stone had Twenty seven Hundred oses Cut from his Garden one Day and a la. The Low being 1100,000. Hey were not missed fully As Many a a a a being left behind. Lie supplies friends my hospitals with these Beautiful Lowers and estimates that he has Fiven away millions them though be has never sold one . Stone was he first person to successfully grow Jacquemino roses out doors Ohleh fact be is quite proud. West and 6outh. To the week ended the 24th the percentage the base Ball clubs in the National league Wai As follows Boston .645 new York. .617� Philadelphia. 1541 Chicago. .505 Cleveland .500 Pittsburgh .444 Indianapolis. 414 Washington .337. American association St. Louia .676 Brooklyn .663 Baltimore .581 athletic .553 Cincinnati .533 Kansas cite .420 Columbus .375 Louisville .205. Western association Omaha. .092 St. Paul .638 Minneapolis .494 Sioux City .489 Denver .461 St Joseph 453 Milwaukee .411 Dee Moines 348 the 25th k. Lybarger postmaster at Milwood o., fatally shot his wife and then blew his own brains out the cause the shooting was an old family trouble. Flames the 25th among business houses at Columbus o., caused a loss $100.000. A Cyc Losk wrecked John Robinson s circus while exhibiting at Toledo 0., the 24th, and Many persons were badly injured. The j. H. Mahler company Carriage manufacturers at St Paul minn., failed the 34th for $400,000. A fire destroyed Swift amp packing House at Kansas City kan., the 25th. Loss $150.000. Perky Thrall bodied at Macon mo., the 24th, confessed just before his death to having committed the crime for which William do Ley suffered the death penalty in 1864. On the 24th governor Waterman California directed the attorney general to dismiss the charge made against Justice Field in connection with the shooting judge Terry. Alfhonse v. Phillips a prominent new Orleans lawyer was the 24th charged with having squandered something like other people s Money his Mother being the greatest sufferer. The cashier the mount Girard 0. National Bank r. P. Holiday was the 24th found to be $25,000 Short in his account a Vestibule train the Chicago Fajita be amp California Road was ditched the 26th at Kinsman Iii and fifty Persona were injured Many eerie ugly. On the 36th a highwayman attacked the Overland stage Between go Gebic and Bessemer mich., and robbed the passenger two men were fatally shot by the Bandit at Jard Neville ark., Joseph Jordan William Newcomb Frank Holt and Anderson Neel were killed in a riot the 26th and several others were wounded to Elk were two shocks earthquake the Fath at Washington n. C., the disturbance being accompanied by a rumbling sound. At Rockingham n. C., several dam and t Mills were wrecked by a Cloud Burat the foreign intelligence. The Cotton goods manufacturers tiie City Mexico formed a combination the 23d and decided to Purchase Cotton Only in the United states. The mayor and thirty the City fathers Madrid Spain were Rompe led to resign the 2tkl owing to the discovery frauds by which in four years the City had been robbed $30.000,000. M sub amp Gooderham amp Worts sold their distillery the 23d in Toronto ont to an English Syndicate for $6,000,000. At bag Dud and rus Sorah cholera was raging the 23d, and orders had been Given to place military cordons around the towns. % by the recent overflow the yellow River in China Many houses were washed away and the number persons drowned w As too great to be counted. Ten districts were submerged in the Region Che Foo. Report the 24t 1 from tort a Prince stated that Legitime had left that City Board a French Man War and that Hippolyte was in full Possession the government the 24th from say that a famine prevailed at Khartoum Kaff cola Tokar Aud other River towns. The survivors were said to be feeding upon the bodies the dead. About Twenty deaths from starvation were daily reported at Tokar. Throughout Greece a severe earthquake Shock w As Felt the Lgth and serious dam age was Doue in several town fire destroyed one half the City Dubno in Ruffia the 36th. The loss was enormous stand thousands persons were homeless. In Paris the 36th the Council the ii Gion hour erased the names general Boulanger and count Dillon from the Roll the order. Foun boys were killed by lightning at Matamoras. Mex. On the 27tb, which struck a stack Corn stalks under which they had taken Refuge from a storm. On the russian Frontier an earthquake was experienced the 2th, and in the Village Khen Zoryk 129 persons were buried alive. Hot. Newman wife b shop new a amp a is in charge a Home just opened a round Lake n. Y., for returned women missionaries. It is called the Orient and 1 an Annex to the Home a construction train the Burlington a Missouri Road was wrecked the 26th at Belmont neb., eleven men being severely injured. By ten years hard labor Joseph Thompson Newport my saved he waa robbed his Money recently and the lose to preyed upon he it mind that he hanged himself the 26th. Flames the 26th at Moneary a warehouse la port Costa Oal spread be shipping involving a Lorn near its it Flod. In Chicago the 26th the six men accused comp Lichty in the murder if . Cronin Beggs Sullivan Oughlin Burke Kuna and Woodruff were before judge Mcconnell for trial but the entire later. The business meeting the Twenty third annual National Enott Puent the grand army the Republic wits called to order at Milwaukee at 10 15on the morning the 28th, and commander it chief Warner read i address. At the a evening session general Russell a. Alger Michigan was elected commander in chief colonel a. G. Weissert. Of Milwaukee fuck senior vice commander and John f. Lovett new Jersey Junior vice comma Niler. It was decided to hold the next Encampment at Boston. The total member she the g. A. R. Was said to be 882,598, Ana the deaths during the past year were 4,69 1 at Cedar rapids la., the 28th a w. Williams was offered $100.000 for his Famois Colt Axtell but refused to sell the Trotter. At Bradenburg. Ky., the 28th county judge Pulliam who recently shot and killed James Miller was sentenced to fifteen years . The number striking workmen in london., eng., had the 28th reached 150,000, and Trade All sorts waa blocked. Jacob re it gobs aged one Hundred and twelve Veara. Died the 28th at his residence seven Miles South mount pleasant la. He was probably the oldest resident in the state. The annual reunion the Veteran signal corps was held at Milwaukee the 28th and elected governor j. A. Foraker Ohio president the twelfth annual convention the american bar association waa opened in the 23th. B. Johnston Pittsburgh was the 28th nominated for state treasurer by the Pennsylvania prohibition convention at Harrisburg. A Cloud bursts had the 2sth occasioned much dams Wyto property in Richmond county. N c., and it was feared that Many lives had been lost at Monmouth Iii the stables the Richardson hotel were burned the 28th, and eight Homes perished. The Steamer City Paris which reached new York the 23th again broke the record her time for the voyage being five Days Nineteen hours and eighteen minute the ship William Mcgivery bears port me. Waa burned at sea the 28th. Loes about $100,000. While tearing Down an old House the a Frh at 8t Augustine i one the workmen unearthed fifty two Spanish coins which had been buried in the cellar. The latest Date any the coins was 1&/6, and several antedated 1760. At Newport r a the 28th W. So Oum won the arms tear Tennis championship America for 1889. To democrats Ohio in convention in the 28th at Dayton nominated James e. Campbell for governor. V. Marquis for a Lent Nam ote Roor j. M. Lewis for attorney general w. E. Borden for treasurer end Martin Follett for supreme j the resolutions demand a redaction Tariff denounce the state and National and thu age a Conneu toe muh Vul a. Dawes occupied by the Eon Neel for the ministrations a uror us Choice the veterans. In thu Azuc w wow a a was oco Pieu us now Miami 1-- a a ,. Bich if called the acc Ideal j defense in motions for separate Ciale Eta equitable martial airs placed by the bands and withal the sturdy manhood represented-4 Allta at their lessons patriotism. The Day was Bright and Clear but the Sun was blistering hot and the wind was so Light that a wind Mill could have taken a Holiday. It was 10�5 clock in the morning when the head the column started from Camp Badger and it was half an hour later when it reached the reviewing stand Between eleventh and twelfth streets. First came the Light horse Squadron to Clear the Street the troopers All dressed in full uniform Aud Well mounted Captain P. Huntington in command. Next came the escort t commander in chief Warner. At the head marched Frank p. Blair Post St Louis 121 Strong with platoon fronts As finely dressed As regulars and All in uniform. Behind the Post came the commander in chief mounted upon a Gray Charger and receiving generous applause from the crowds that were closely packed around the reviewing stand. Major Warner was attended by his numerous staff All in uniform and richly mounted and followed by carriages containing distinguished guests. In the rear seat the first Carriage sat general w. T. Sherman and general John Robinson new York while facing them were Secretary Rusk and governor Hoard. A the familiar features the greatest living Genei Al the world were seen cheer after cheer went up. A halt was made at the grand stand the commander in chief dismounted and took his position being vociferously cheered As he did to the carriages were turned and assisted by colonel Charles King general Sherman alighted and made his Way to the Brand followed by the other Lcou pants the Carriage. The column resumed the March As soon As commander in chief Warner and general Sherman were in their position Hassendeubel Post St Louis 140 Strong and Ransom poet St Louis the Post which general Sherman is a member100 Strong the remaining p St the escort the Menander in chief marched past with the precision and bearing Well drilled troops their bands playing Quot marching through Georgia Quot As Liamou Post passed the staud the members All struck up with the band and Quot marching through Georgia Quot filled the air from a Hundred Throat following the St Loui men came the Kansas City posts their band playing Quot the girl i Lse behind the first division consisting the department Illinois general Martin m 00m Many occasioned a great Deal Surprise Thev by reason its magnitude past department commanders Hurst Post and Sweet Ter Rode in front in a Carriage. Behind the Veteran Fife and drum corps marched the members George Thomas Post Chicago 325 Strong carrying coloured umbrellas. Next pame the Aurora band followed by the Post from Aurora Ono the Mem Bera which carried a Bauner which was printed the question Quot who said to come a following in order we Ere the nineteenth Illinois Veteran guard u. S. Grant Post George a. Custer Post John Brown Post coloured Abaham Lincoln Post. Mulligan Post general Blenker Post. John a. Logan Post and general w. B. Hancock All Chicago w. Baker Post Stillman Valley Washington Post Chicago Phil Sheridan Tost Oak Park Godfrey Weitzel Post Chicago and we in fled Scott Post Chicago 1 he Illinois contingent numbered at least 3,000 men. The second division consisting the departments Pennsylvania Ohio and new York War composed principally the officers the three departments and scattering Veteran in the Pennsylvania division were H. Rippey Post Pittsburgh armed with muskets and lieutenant Lylse Post Allegheny City As Well As two Small Cannon some torn Battle flags and the grand army band Allegheny City. Department commander Hurt Ohio commanded this department which consisted principally the grand army Drill corps and drum corps Columbus Mccoy Post and Joshua m. Wells Post also Columbus and a Small delegation from Daniel Miller poet Leipsic. Department commander Clark commanded the new York department which consisted his staff and scattering veterans. The third division commanded by department commander Pierpont Connecticut consisted the old guard Washington and delegations from his own department and the departments Massachusetts Maine new Jersey Rhode Island Virginia California new Hampe Bire and Colorado the Colorado delegation was accompanied by the Leadville drum Corpa the delegations for the most part consisted department and staff officer the fourth division consisted the departments Nebraska Iowa Indiana and Michigan and department commander Smith had charge the division. Hyde Clark poet Dubuque August went Post Davonport and general j. G Lauman Post Lime Springs formed the Jot portion the Iowa contingent the members the Nebraska delegation All wore Crape account the recent death their department commander. Senior Floa department Crobu Wadejr Morrison Kearney. Muskegon. Behind the Post walked general Alger and congressman Bliss the other Michigan posts w Ere Joe Hooker. Hart . R Stiles Hancock and Lvon Menominee. Tho fifth division department commander Booth Kansas in charge con aisted the Kansas and Minnesota department Comrade Ira f. Collins commanded the Kansas department and department commander Barto the Minnesota delegation. The former contingent consisted the Lincoln drum corps the department officers and scattering veterans. Representing Minnesota were company third regiment All veterans George n. Morgan Post St. Paul Jacob Schaefer Post Minneapolis and John Bell Post Winona besides a number stragglers. The sixth division with department commander ayats Delaware in charge consisted Delaware Oregon Kentucky eat Virginia Washington Florida Georgia Arizona Dakota Texas Montana Louisiana and i by Sippi. The posts in the division were August Willich and George Thomas Louisville de Maynard Knoxville Tena and M. Mitchell Atlanta a. The Wisconsin department showed up magnificently and elicited general Praise there were at least 7,u<0 men in the division. First came Washburn Post Madison the oldest one in the country 150 Strong headed by a Fine band and commanded by past department commander in chief Fairchild. Sheridan Post Oshkosh with the Arion band followed 96 Strong and j. H. Williams Post Berlin with about the same number men occupied third place. Custer Post Ashland appeared to Good advantage and its Fife and drum corps was frequently applauded. Robert chivas Post this City was the largest one in the line being represented by 299 men. Hensler s juvenile band which was attached to Robert chivas Post was applauded several times. E. B. Wolcott poet this City 250 Strong made a splendid appearance. Some the most prominent men in the City matched with the Post and ahead it were the fourth battalion band and the Light horse Squadron Bugle corps. Other Wisconsin Poeta that were largely represented in the Parade were Joe Hooker Baraboo 100 men Horace m Walker Manitowoc. 80 men governor Harvey Racine 2oo men John w. Lynn Sparta 34 men w. B. Bushing. Waukesha 2 0 men e a Gla Post eau Claire 100 men and Wilson Colwell Post la Crosse to men. The eighth division consisted stragglers and detachments and was under command past department commander proud tit Madison. The ninth division composed sons veterans mainly members the Milwaukee Camps brought up the rear the line. The division was commanded by commander in chief Abbott but Little less imposing than the great column itself was the great mass people moving up grand Avenue an hour before a the March was begun. Various estimates were made As to the number people required to fill the wide Avenue from Side to Side for a distance fourteen blocks but ail estimates fell 6hort the actual number. The Railroad companies had taken the pains to keep tally and they assert that up to noon tuesday there had come 160,000 strangers into the City and none to speak had gone out grand Avenue from Twenty seventh Street where the column formed Down to the Bridge was a vast sea red White and Blue with a shading Green thrown in by the foliage. As the column moved Down through this the scene was grand. At precisely 1 14 clock the last corps veterans passed the reviewing stand the column taking about three hours to pass that Point though the line March was less than three Miles in length it was As Long As Many the old men could stand. Scores them As they crossed grand Avenue Bridge looked ready to give out. None did give out however and Many them have it to Tell with Pride that they took the longest tramp with the boys that they have taken in years. In the new York department was a Carriage containing Corporal Tanner general w. W. Dudley and department commander Smith. �?o1 Here goes three men with but two legs Quot shouted a Man the reviewing stand and immediately a cheer for the maimed veterans went up. Other prominent men who received special attention from the crowd As they passed were judge Veazey Vermont commander Pierpont Connecticut who guided his horse with one hand and held a pair crutches with the other Myron w. Reed Colorado formerly Milwaukee general r. A. Alger Michigan commander Barto and past com Mander Rea Minnesota general Fairchild Madison via and other the War Sono concert. The War song concert Given in the big tent the Lake Shore under the auspices the anon club was attended by about 4,000 Veteran the audience was an appreciative one and the manner in which it joined in the old familiar choruses must have been a Surprise to the club. They fairly made the Canvas the great tent tremble when joined in Quot marching through Georgia Quot and Quot tramp tramp other incidents. A reception to mra Logan at the courthouse was attended by posts battalions and squads veterans and by citizens Illi Noli generally who Are in Milwaukee it was an ovation without preparation a id the number persons who Shook hands with her was astonishing. The National officers came in for a Good share attention during the evening. It is nip and tuck Between Washington and Boston As to the location the next grand army Encampment the Boston delegation is working hard to secure the prize but Pennsylvania new Jersey and Rhode Island in the East and almost the entire South and West favors the National capital general Alger and mra Logan Are putting in some effective work toward the Gamo end. The Council administration received a dispatch from general 8. 8. Burdette Washington tending an official invitation for the District and suggesting that the Encampment be held in May next which w ill be the Twenty fifth anniversary the great grand array review. District commander Hine Washington also Encampment urging that the invitation be accepted. Tuesday night the opening session the woman s Relief corps was held at the High school building. Mayor Brown delivered the address Welcome and mra Craig president the National woman a Christian Temperance Union general Fairchild and general Hoard delivered addresses commander in chief Warner was tuesday the recipient a Diamond badge by the members his staff. The annual meeting the famous Iron brigade which was held tuesday night was an exciting nature. General Gibbon was re elected president by acclamation but there was an animated fight for the first vice presidency Between the supporters general Bragg and general Woodward la Crosse. The former had held the position for several years up to 1838, when he was Defeated largely owing it was claimed to his political connection it had been confidently expected that at this election he wow be restored to Bis old position but the same influences again prevailed and after a Lively discussion general Braggs friends refused to allow his name to go to a vote and general Woodward with some Opp sit Ion. General Alger Klec Teil commander in chief the and army the Republic retiring commander Warner delivers i annual address a ringing words regaling in ens . Milwaukee aug. 29.�?at wednesday night s session the Encampment general ruin sell a. Alger Michigan was elected commander in chief for the ensuing year judge Veazey Vermont and general Consigny. Of Iowa were placed in nomination but both withdrew and Alger s election was made by acclamation. A. G. Weissert Wisconsin was elected senior vice commander without opposition and general Alire John f. Lovett new Jersey was chosen Junior vice commander by a vote off 182 died at the age Alfil Durham n. 0., aug. 28.�?"granny�?� Boston Morphy n. A is dead. She was 121 years old a pensioner and remember sgd the Battle King s Mountain. Her Gate weighed Only fifty pounds to 127 for E. Taintor Connecticut Milwaukee aug. 23.�?Between 700 and 800 delegates were present the ground floor Tho West 8ide Turner Hail yesterday morning when the first session the Twenty third National Encampment was called to order by to Omi Nander la chief Warner. The usual formal ceremonies took but a Little while. It took Only a Short time for the committee credentials to report that All present were entitled to seat then the commander in chief presented a lengthy report reviewing the Progress the order during the past year and comparing it with previous administration he said among other things a a the army the re pubic is the grandest Civ Organ nation the world has Ever seen. I s list members p is the Nat ones Roll Honor Conta a no the illustrious names n h Story the names the grave men v�o4x la the dark est Mays the rebellion followed the stars and str Pes As an Emblem not a confederacy states bound together by ropes Sand but As hex Emblem an inti a soluble Union indestructible states. A a they followed that Flag whether in Sunshine in storm Victory defeat with More Confidence and reverence than did the children Israel the pillar Cloud by Day and fire by night. The men who compose this organization Are those who when others faltered Quot Laid their lives their Forloney and their sacred honors Quot upon the altar Liberty and Union that a government the people by the people and for the people should not per so from the Earth. As the War recedes the men who shared together the Privat the Frozen Camp the hardships the forced March the dangers the Battlefield the suffer Ngi the Field Hospital and the untold agon 6s Tho prison pen Long for the touch a Comrade s Elbow As old. And seek the Post room where the partisan and sectarian Are not heard the teachings the grand army the Republic Are so conservative its practices so a Rio tie its comradeship so Universal that All honorable d a charged Union soldiers and sailors �?T61 and �?T65 who have done nothing in Vil life to cast a stain upon their honorable record in Liberty a cause feel that they Are at Home Hen in the Post room in the Bouse their friends. It is there that the general and he private the merchant Prince and the clerk the millionaire and the labourer sit Side by Side As comrades bound to each other by t e9 the Len Derest yet the most endear no any in this world outside the fam by role. Quot the membership the grand army the repel i constitutes the great conservative e Emen the nation the champions Civ 1 and religious Liberty recognizing the dignity Label but having no sympathy with anarchy con Mun am recognizing no Flag out the stars and stripes believing that loyalty s a virtue and that treason is a me. It was this sprit to Valv. Love Liberty reverence for the Constitution and an inborn respect for the Law that mad the Volunteer Soldier and Salor 61 and 65 the thinking Mach new the Model Soldier and Sailor All vines these to Day there Are enrolled under the Banner fraternity. Char to and loyally 410.685. The a comrades Are found in posts in forty two departments. We have our Banner nto every St a the and territory. The growth our Organ nation has been steady und healthy Strong is t if it has never been and i Trust never w la be used for part san 1 u poses to gratify the personal amb Tims any Man set m n. Quot the greatest during the year has been in the department m Sou 1� eight departments show a gain in membership in Good standing 15,8 4. Distributed As Low in Luoi 1.283 Iowa 1,413 Nebraska 1.700 Pennsylvan a 1.746 new York 1,905 Ohio 2,003 w Consin 2,023 m Tsouri 3,652.&Quot Tho com Mander went to say that in 1879 the grand army membership in food standing was 35.961, while to Dav it is .182, 598�?r net a Ain in a single decade 321,030. General Warner announced with Rie asure the completion by sex commander Beath a full and Complete history the grand army the Republic. To commended to each department the patriotic practice the posts in the department new York presenting the 22d Lebrun Aryl a the birthday the father Bis country the american Flag to such Public schools As Are not yet in Possession one. He advocated the passage appropriate resolutions thanking the heirs . Drexel for carrying out his wish regarding the cottage in which general Grant died. General Warner congratulated Lis comrades the faithful Observance decoration Day and a it Aid the subject deaths that in the year ending june last a brigade old soldiers and sailors numbering 4,696 marched acro8 the invisible and shadowy line separating time from eternity and pitched their tents tace other Side. The work the woman s Relief corps was Wann Lff eulogized and the establish ment f closer relations with the sons veterans recommended. As t pensions general Warner sail Quot the grand army the Republic has never exercised its full influence in legis Laron because division in its ranks. The measures recommended by the National Encampment should not be antagonized by conflicting measures urged by departments poits. action w 11 secure satisfactory results a divided count 1 will contribute to defeat. Our demands should be reasonable and consistent. Quot the last Encampment after much discussion by a practically unanimous vote recommended to Congress a serv be b 11 and what is known As the disability pens Bill the latter having received the repeated approval previous Encampment this action was the result Compromise and in my judgment was As Wise As it was just and conservative. My experience in Congress leads me to believe that you will greatly strengthen the hands our friends in that body by demanding at Milwaukee the pens legislation asked for at Columbus. Let the committee pensions take your recommendations to Congress backed by a United grand army the Republic and there will be no failure. If we Are True to ourselves before the next Encampment every Comrade disabled by age sickness acc Dent and the widows and orphans veterans w 11 be borne the Roll. We should nether give sleep to our eyes nor slumber to our eyelids until Justice is done our Comrade Quot the service will come. The Day is not far d Stant when an honorable discharge from the Union army and Navy shall be ail the evidence required to secure a to Ltd Holder. Quot let the Bondholder the entry remember that the m a who rendered their Securi tic. A Al table the men who have Ever in mated that they be paid to the utter most Farthing principal end interest the Money advanced by them to the buteo let them remember that these men have Dami upon the state equal at Jee Etc to that the Bondholder. Let those who in Velrah against pensions a a it was a boys in Blue who by their trial sufferings Ltd bequeathed to them the in Cave Hubertf and Union insuring to them and their children the blessings free under which they enjoy greater Prosperity a larger Liberty a higher civilization and a purer christianity than Ever before enjoyed by a people. Let the people remember that to preserve to them these blessings a four Hundred thousand the Brave made this our ransomed . Their Quot we the Servi Orson these men who gave the beat years our lives to our country w 11 present our claims to Congress and in Dong so will not approach those in authority with bated breath and whispering humbleness but As free men we wll demand asking Only that which is just. We would rather have the nation help our comrades living than erect monuments to them dead. Quot comrades the roman youth gloried in s Nging How Well horatius kept the Bridge in Tho Brave Days old. So through the Ages shall the children the Republic sing How Well you maintained the Constitution present the Union the states established by the fathers kept the Flag unsullied giving to a the nation a new birth Freedom your deeds shall go Down in song and Story which shall be Sung and told by a grateful people to the glad coming time. Quot we Hen the War drum throbs no longer and the Battle flags Are furled. In the parliament Man. The federation the commander Warner finished the address at 12 j0 clock. A Large number rus lotions the majority relating to changes in the pens. Laws and others to ritual representation Tho Encampment etc., were handed in by delegates from different Encampment. And referred without debate to appropriate committee a sensation was sprung by general Lucias Fairchild. He offered a Resolution asking that Congress appropriate Money enough to erect monuments at Gettysburg Over the Quot Graves the Brave men against whom the Union soldiers fought Ami urged that Sun a a a action be taken As soon possible. The Resolution was greeted with applause Ami was referred to the committee along with the others. Before the close the morning something a sensation was created general Mcmahon new Yolk Arlt face offered a Resolution which had been unanimously adopted by the delegates from that state. It declared that Tho grand army was composed Nieb who after honorable service in the cause the country bad been honorable discharged from further service in the army the lated states that they were zealous for in glory and the Good name its surviving comrades As Well As mindful the hour due to the memory the dead and that the Encampment therefore protested against any construction existing Laws which would Placa the Rolls men Dis honorable discharged from the service. The Resolution was greeted with applause but und r the rules it went to the committee without debate. When the delegates assembled after lunch a lengthy report from the committee in pensions was presented. It opened expressing regret that owing to the Short session Congress after the last Encampment and the crowded condition business. Little in the line practical result could be accomplished. The report is modern Sherard. Single ii do i he holds i p a coach in Northern Michigan a a in a pistol rattle with a a a in Ker and bring d own two Man them mortally Woun Tlell. Minneapolis minn., a leg 27.-the Tribune a Ashland via special a ays Black baits Quot most daring deeds in the mounts u passes California and color do it Eit done monday by a Home highwayman w held up and robbed the stage runs Between go Gebic Oti Waukee Lake 8hore amp Cociu us . We i quite lengthy and presents in detail who that the Alil a Este i n Road just Over the line in Michigan and go Gebic Lake a summer resort where people Leisure from the great cities spend the heated term. As the stage cunning along at a Lively gait through u dense Forest and when within about two Miles the stat Tod a Lofb highwaymen jumped out in front it. Pointing two big Quot Navvy revolvers at the Driver commanded , in Good old 55 is Ern style to throw up his hands Aud extended the same order to the four passengers inside the coach with the lurch provision that they Quot Shell Oufa and the Loose valuables and currency. Out 01 me passengers went Down in Luis Pieket u instead bringing up Bis pocketbook he clenched a pistol in his hand and began tiring at the robber. Instead being overcome by the suddenness the Ute kind victim s move the robber returned the arc. The Driver whipped up his horses into a mad run but the aim the High Warman was d. Mae Kenbar 0 the first National Minneapolis was shot through the Cheek and another Bullet went through his a a a another passenger named a. G Jrie Esch Bein Ashland was mortally wounded. He raided up in Bis seat As horses were whipped away just in time tree Ivo a Bolle in t a hip. He fell Forward and pitched Cyl it the Side the coach into the Roadway. The a age horses continued a run and the wounded Man was left to take his chances with Tho robber. I he villain threatened to kill re Ischbein but finally desisted after securing it it and the victim s watch and Chain. The w bonded Man Lay bleeding in the Road for three hours before any one courageous enough to go to his Succour w As secured. He w As a Ikon to a Hospital at Bessemer but the loss blood was so great As to blight All Bope recovery. Physicians say he will not live. Mae Kenbar was taken to Eagle River and treated and from there taken to hid borne at Minneapolis. There at a grave doubt 6s to Bis recovery too. There were two other passengers the coach but be Ibex them was molested. They were v Paddon 156 Washington Street Chicago and Robert Rin lout Bank Montreal Chicago. The party was out a fishing trip and was composed wealthy men. A description the robber tallies to the letter with that the daring fre Booter who went through a Northwestern train near Ellis Junction. Sheriff Dave Foley Bessemer a very determined Man organized a posse a dozen men and has gone in hot Pursuit the chances capture Are Yery slim but if such a thing As getting Tbs highwayman is possible Loley will work performed by the committee. Nominations for the locality in which Tho next Encampment should be held were de flared in order Saratoga Indianapolis Washington and Boston were named Hev Cral speeches were made in behalf each place a test vote resulted Indianapolis 29 Saratoga 31 Washington 08. The count was made Boston until 402 was reached and then the advocates the other cities threw up the sponge and the selection waa made unanimous. A Cloud burst. Great damage done in North Carolinas in i life feared. New York aug. 29. A the world s it har Lotte n. A special says Cloud bursts in North Carolina this year Are proving very Lisas Troua the latest occurred 111 Richmond county sunday Nair it and the town Rockingham about 00 Miles from this place. Sustained the heaviest Losa the Pedee River was swollen out its Banks and went dashing Down upon the town carrying every thing before it several Small Cabins the lower Bottoms were washed away and the occupants were compelled to Fleo for their jives. One old negro named Ringgold was caught by the mad torrent and swept Down to de Fath. Lor a distance five Miles the Amp. Railroad is under water and All telegraphic communication is Cut off. The reports at a late hour say that great damage Ivas been done to the a Bordel great Falls Pedee Ami Midway Cotton Mill it is feared that Many people have been drowned Milwaukee aug. 27.-the Milwaukee Lake Shore a Western railway company announces a Reward $506 for the capture the stage robber. Maimed in a wreck. Armed to the Teeth. Lake Shore amp Yves Tern trainmen prepared to Slaughter Hll Waymen. Ashland via aug. 29.-every passenger train that leaves Ashland Over the Milwaukee. Lake Thoro a Western Road now Eai Riesa whole Arsenal revolvers and Rifle during the last few Days superintendent Hartlev. Of the Lake snore Road has been making preparations to Arm trainmen. Over $3j0 has b in expended in the Purchase tire it pm every conductor brakeman and Porter carries a Brace big revolvers and in every coach there is a Rifle within e by reach. Should the robber again appear 011 the Lake 8hore Road it is Likely that he will meet with a warm reception. A Santa be Enger Grafu goes Over an embankment at Kinsman 111., and fifty persons Are Hurt a even men injured in a disaster in Nebraska Cut Coo aug. 07.-the Vestibule train the Santa be Road in which were several extra coaches carrying grand army people to the Milwaukee Encampment was wrecked at Kinsman about fifteen Miles North Streator. At 8 a. M. Yesterday by the spreading the rail four coaches two Pullman sleepers a Chatrand the dining car were derailed and hurled Down a forty foot embankment. About fifty people in All were Hurt the following badly a mrs. S Dickert Nan Lawrence kan., Chest and head b. Day Cut mrs. Dickerman a Little son Hurt about the Back and face William r fish Topeka a Nous head injury fish Topeka he a Back and Arm Hurt s. F. Gould mul vane kan., Back and face terribly Cut. Mrs r. R. Tuckerman Topeka formerly Chat Worth. Face badly Cut and internally injured mrs. Edward Andsley. Carrollton a Arm Bead and Back badly Bru de and lacerated mrs. George 13. Peters Emporia head and face awfully crushed and Cut George pet is Emporia. Hurt about the Chest and face also injury d. Mrs. S. S. Johnson Norfolk. Conrl., bully Hurt internally in and head and face Cut. Serious Accident in Nebraska. Lincoln neb., aug. 27.-Newhas been received in Lincoln that a construction train wan wrecked Date saturday night the Burlingto ii a Missouri railway near the Pine Ridge Tunnel about r�0 Miles Northwest this City. The train was backing from work in the Tunnel and two cars were thrown from the track by a Plank. Eleven men were More loss injured nearly All the wound consisting broken legs and dislocated Ankles. One two the injured men we a bought to let a in a serious condition. The Road upon which the Accident occurred is the Burlington Extension from Lincoln to the Black Hills. Knights Templar. Sad Accident. Two ladies struck by a train in Milwaukee and killed. Milwaukee aug. 29.�?two ladles in a buggy collided with the outgoing passenger train the Chicago a Northern Railroad at the Viviet Street crossing at wednesday night through carelessness and were killed they were later identified As e. P. Bennett and her sister mrs. Dodson. Both Are residents 5v Wauwatosa a Village West the City. They Are Sisters Hiram Bond a Well known Milwaukee merchant restricting the Coal output. New York. Aug 29.�?the sales agents the six great Coal producing companies met wednesday at the office the Pennsylvania Coal company and decided to restrict the production for the month september to 3,000,00 tons a decrease 1 000,000 tons from the corresponding month last year. No change was made in the prices but that matter was left open until september 11, when another meeting will be held. Preparations in at Washour Tco for the Twenty Fourtot triennial conclave to he held Early to october. Washington aug. 27.�?preparations for the Twenty fourth triennial conclave the knights Templar the United and Canada which is to be held J october 6, 7 and 8, pre nearly completed Northern rail about the headquarter the committee 6 55 arrangements All 1� bundle and aetivity7 the work securing quarters for the sir knights and their wives and friends keep the committee Busy. The details the great Parade which occurs october 8, and which promises to a be one it1�� brilliancy Are so far advanced that the commanders each the twelve divisions have been selected the divisions Are so arranged As to place a comm Anderies from one state As far As possible in the same division. Up to this time . Harrison Dingman the Secretary the Washington committee has received notifications from 213 comm Anderies embrace in 15.75u sir Knight that they jul Ihu a and take Dart in the Parade. With the a ii comm Anderies Are 75 bands containing in and 2,000 musician the Best time yet. New York aug. 29.-the Steamer City Paris which has reached new York has again broken the record her time for the voyage from Queenstown being five Days Nineteen hours and eighteen minute her Best Days run was 509 mile among her passengers were Mesar Buell Harrison Andrew Carnegie John a. Kapaon and Joseph Medill latest. A Scotts the millionaire Coal operator order preparations for a general shut Down at Spring Valley. Bobino Valley. Ill aug. 27.�?mr. Scott death a survivor the Tweed ring. New York. Aug. 29 a Loren Ingersoll who was prominently connected with the Tweed ring died wednesday at Portland conn., aged 74. He was at one time a millionaire but lost most his Fortune. His Sou James h., was More closely implicated in the ring frauds than he and served a term in Auburn prison therefore. Work ree mad after May tour. ? n. To a a pm smelting works located the River Bank neg Tonawanda which have been closed Down for the past sixteen years were put in operation wednesday by their new owner the Tonawanda Iron it steal company. The capacity the works la 100 to Tona pig Iron per Day. Mra Maybrick will shortly be removed to the prison at Woking in Surrey eng. Her friends will be allowed to visit her onto a vary two month Pennsylvania has telegraphed general manager Devlin to discharge All employee the Spring Valley Coal company who were not absolute needed to run the mines and to prepare for a general shut Down six months a year. He says they will never be opened again if they can not be opened a paying Bast this Means the depopulation the town. Many the Miner have already left the town for Southern a Linoi and other Points and the remainder will least during the next few week f a a Caud by s Bant Tsi sewer. Philadelphia aug. 27.�?the bursting g sewer due to recent heavy Alna caused damage in the fifteenth and Twenty ninth wards monday a timoted at $1u0,. Streets were torn up and washed out cellar flooded foundations and Wall weakened and shattered and stocks goods ruined. Many Persona narrowly escaped drowning and the inhabitant the District Are fearful further disaster. The Charleston shows aed Speed. Bah Francisco aug. 27.-tbe Cruz Charleston which arrived Here monday morning from hex trial trip made an avar age Speed 18 knot 400 mile Raff Tram ban fed a

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