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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 6, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSouth Haven up to me of the week. Churcrphb�7 r7flhc methodist Chuh dedicated one or More of z Union a every Sun a a an it territory interesting news compilation. In n k cd a Rani a by re it Een formed in Nebraska for the manufacture of met sugar and machinery for their Maciones is being purchased in Ger Many. A a of a Andrews professor of political Economy and social science at Cornell University has been appointed to the presidency of Brown University at Providence r l Congress we i be petitioned next Winter to enact Laws for the coinage of a half cent piece. It is acid that in the. A mat m me Largo cities and Especial a in new Arev in j 1u it 1 Ork such a Coin would be popular. Hits. Abka am , of Albany of i., has in her Possession the first Menean Fia Ever Flung to the Breeze. It was bequeathed to her by her Grandfather colonel Peter Ganse Voort. Who commanded fort Stanwix when the Flag was first hoisted. I p. Shillaber mrs. Partington i it lied up in a complicated knot by rheumatism but his cheerful disposition stands by him still. To a Friend to recently spoke of himself As sitting a rom year s end to year s end armed with paper pipe pills and at the recent commencement Oxer discs at Brown University in Providence r i., it was announced by the president that the governor of the male had donated to it an Observatory and its equipment and that by e will of another alumnus $100,000 had been Given toil for the erection and furnishing of a physical Laboratory. Miss Tiow e and miss Burbank teachers in the High school at Hartford t can., sailed the other Day for Europe. Bound on a Long tour All by Thum solves. After leaving the Steamer i in will take passage northward along then it. Weglian coast going As High As North Cape toward the a land of the Midnight the journey win ast for about three months. John Mcdonald of water Bury Conn who has just got Over a sickness has suddenly regained his eyesight of which he has been deprived for More than thirty years. To says that during his recent illness he experienced dizziness and other it Culiar sensations in his head and at one time heard a strange snapping sound. His Case is one of great interest to the medical profession. Mrs. Alexander Willis of san r Raue Isco is said to to the Only native samoan woman in the United states. Her Maiden name was Laulii Maloti and she was amp woman of rank Anc Sta Tion. She is a Distant relative of King a he Toa and connected by marriage with the families of native chiefs and officiate Bho is Well educated and has written an interesting Book descriptive of her country and its people. All the batteries for the new ships of our Navy Are Given a coat of Bronze color As soon As mounted the guns being of a Bright steel color when received from the proving grounds at Ainapo is. It was at one time the custom to carry the heavy rifles brightly polished but it was found in service that the Glare from the pieces greatly disturbed the aim of the gunners besides serving As a reflector to the rays it f the Sun and making known the locality of the guns. From Washington. Appointments were announced at Washington on the 28th Ull As follows Quot w. M. Meredith chief of the Burean of engraving and printing Frederick Douglas min Ioctl a vhf Jat r a Conno a Atto my for the Southern District of Illin is Daniel to i75of Madlana Marsha for the District of Columbia. In the United state there were 11 bus it url Lii Quot it a �ve., Days ended c a the of the 28th ult. Ooi amp us general Paine reported from Berlin that 7,0 7 emigrants 1 f Stirm Itsos of which ail but about ,00 went to the United states tha read inf Clearing houses in the i n i Ted states the exchanges during the in the Quot Shult Quot per Gatej #1.-�frafiihtfl.114 �.11,17 the pre Oil z ask of a ared with the cd a respond i Cek of list the increase Aiu odsted to x i Poats Muren Gener. In a no a a hide coded a in the filth nil to do May with the two cent Green postage stamp. J the 1��d�nt 051 the 29th ult issued an order prohibiting the ale of liquor on the cant ground to a Uona Iuar Ltd a or coming annual Encampment to Tenient in a cd on the1 1st showed the total debt to be j1,07 ii we Cash in Treasury $71,484,042 debt less Cash in , lot few to Deere a Junt a decrease a Ian a june a , or it. Int death of mrs Thomas the widow of Boma a commander of the army of the Tennessee occurred in Georgetown d. I on the 1st the president made the following an ointments on the fast a. L Snowden of Pennsylvania. Minister resident and Consul gcnar1 to la Oum Aula Servia and Greece William it Edwards of Ohio con sul general to Berlin aug of Rhode Island Consul gum i 10 Isoline Eugene Schuyler. Of new York Consul Gen Erth to Cairo William Harrison Bradley of asic "�01 Cic neral to of arthurd Ute fur a 7, assistant adjutant general United states army. Govern ant receipts from All Yurces during the fiscal year closed june i of fr�5ated 591,675, against 1 179,266. Of a Tho preceding year. The Ordinary it or against $r7t ,44 during the preceding year the a him a Harare ra8 or about t,obo,0 kit Jnore than for the previous year i he surplus Revenue for the year will Arnout to i Guk it tax against up it in the previous year. Of the 1st Secretary Blaine left Washington for bar Harbor me., where he will remain until september. Ihk annual statement on the 1st of the comp Trotier of the currency showed that the National Bank circulation had fallen 1 ort�1 7, a year a a to 5-1 it you 7ju, or about seventeen per cell it was decided by the ii Nois division of veterans on the 2th ult to erect a Monument at Petersburg ill Over the for n Lar f the founder of the A. K. Association in the i noted states. The House of David Reynolds near fort a Ayne ind was entered by burglars Early on the morning of the 2th ult who chloroformed the entire family and secured the percent Are of the base Ball clubs in ill if1 let Liruo for the Wco ended on the jts the ult was a follows Boston. Cleveland Gay new York a Ltd Phila a 4v Pittsburgh a jul Indianapolis Washington i.>7u american association St Louie a .001 if611 a Brooklyn a log Baltimore a a a Cincinnati -.-.3b Kansas cite .44�. Oium bus .4u it Louisville hid Western association Omaha .7 fest tauib7 Sioux City is to Minneapolis. ,4iw Den ver .460 Dos Moines .4.11 St Joseph .310 Milwaukee Xgo a fire destroyed the Academy of music the place of amusement in Cleveland o on the 3uth ult i my of a to Farad Quot hour Ilni by assaulted Jurs. Rank Glassman at Bedford la. Was taken from jail by a mob of the 29th ult and hanged ult j a election on the Rtuh ult resulted in the to it Vns of Lake and Jefferson the Vil Lage and township of Fark. The City of Lake my Anda strip of Cicero Bein i us cd it la ule Civ of Chi Ltd of thus giving that City a population of 1,100, an placing it second m the list of american Cit ies As to population with an area of 170 Square Miles. U l4�?� rt1?Rrt it ,tb4e my Uit 10 the Illinois a Tate Board of agriculture showed heavy damage to the Corn Plant throughout the 01,1 the by excess of rain. I he City of Joliet Iii common Council passed an ordinance on the 20th ult. That All owners of Public billiard balls must a License of f.\00u. I j the it it Hio Union labor party will hold convention it Lima july 14. And will put a 1�to. / named Viv Xijiu Ronin Jurima july 14 ugustus. Bourne ticket in nomination. A Endrai to Home i i he trial at mount ver York Enmin Cne i Ixo a Kiln Ramon 1 the East. J h v5� let eth t110 in ment to contain John Mason the a defender of new in than qi�1ki7u Tina Unkai cd on the site of the on 1 i just Jort near Mystic Conn in e boat race in the 27th at new London Conn., Between the freshmen pews of Mii owing blk worn i 4 the More this useful hint circulates during the summer the better or. Hammond an authority says there is no agent More powerful with some persons As a Der assent of Tho heart than a Large draught of ice water. I under certain circumstances it acts with All the Force of prussic acid. J he faintness and paleness that frequently follow a draught of it Are due to the weakness of the hearts action. Had the draught been colder in such Caes life would have become extinct. Mrs. Haves known among the soldiers under her husbands command As the a Mother of the regiment won the sobriquet in the following Way a half witted fellow was told by his comrades upon her arrival in Camp that Mie had come to do mending. In Good carried his Blouse to her to mend. After a moments thought she saw the situation and determining to save him from ridicule she mended it a if it were really her business. The men were ashamed but delighted Wanh her Way of treating the matter gave her the above title. At thex Ost office department a curious thing Bas been found in the line of applications it is a photograph of Tho applicant for a Post of Sce and is accompanied by a re West that the picture be lilo with the papers in the Caso. What is intended to be a genial a mile has evidently been too much for the skill of the country photographer and the result is an expression of rain Glod astonishment an dismay which is no doubt much More amusing than the original Smila this is the third application accompanied by a photograph received at the pest office department by two lengths. The death of John f. Yerre who was a of present native in Congress from to 18b occurred in Philadelphia on Tho 27th at the age of seventy three yearn us the 27th Eugene Thayer doctor of music an eminent new York or it Nisi committed suicide at Burlington it no cause was known. Of Iowa halve decided to hold their annual state convention at Sioux City on september 18. A1� ,3 we of found at Johnstown on the of which two were identified. Hie work of Clearing up the debris a. Being pushed Forward rapidly. The grand Wing of the six nations of the tribes of ind fans in Nev York state was nil r in tic tu8caor� reservation in Niagara county on the 27th. F>n7i n,.j< Tuni Lal tee was hanged on the for the murder of i wife John Gott Bieu. Four Quot unknown women and one Man were found dead in the Andrt meats of Gottfried at Paterson. N. A vein he i they had All been smothered by inhaling Gas after a Drunken Debauch i foe the eighth time in the series of fourteen races on the thames at new London i onn., Between Harvard and Yale the latter Crew won a Victory on the 28th or by six mite the to me Bekl l>1 distance four the death of Maria Mitchell the noted astronomer occurred in Boston on the 2lh Usu at the age of seventy years. Adjutant general Hastings said in a 10 the a Vurnor on thoth ult that the state would Complete the work at Johnstown a. In ten Days this a included the removal of the debris in the Conemaugh River and tie Clearing of the i streets and cellars. The death of Abram Wakeman one of the i t 1 a tors and Republican politicians i 1 Circy occurred on the 29th ult. At the age of sixty five years. He was postmaster of that City under Lincoln and Surveyor of the port under Grant Gen bal Simon Cameron s funeral took place on the 29th ult. At Harrisburg. A. A limited express train was ditched near new Haven Connon the 29ih ult and three persons were killed and several others were badly injured. On the 1st express ident Woolsey of Yale College died at new Haven Conn. Aged eighty eight years. Lydia feb Kin celebrated at Charlestown mam., on the 1st her one Hundredth birthday in the Home to which she went As a Bride when Nineteen years old. Che was Well and Active. The official majority Given against prohibition in Pennsylvania at the recent election was 1 ,027. Is the United states the total number of Nortrip kurir the a it we Montbl As re-p�?�22al a 5,1118 a a cat failures in the first half of 1888. T o Ernon ky., of j tit no Lirman for a murder committed at the beginning of the War ended on the 29th ult. In an acquittal in the Cronin murder Case in Chicago. The special grand jury returned indictments a cd no pro cd and murder against the Fol i cowing persons on the 9th ult John f a Quot Jer 71? 8enior-Uardian of Camp a Dan Oughlin cd detective Patrick or f j7v it Mani maunurk0�?T Uibor-1 to Iju a in i5jack�?~ the by use Tyler i Atrick Cooney alias a the Fox bricklayer John Kunze labourer. destroyed Tho business District Nara there churches and a m in Uherc real 0n Caus ing a loss i of , with Light insurance. The fire i Arm suppose Ltd 10 to amp a a Beck a a act by Lucendi Fnu a the Kuyf ,,ct0 1 by Tbs grand jury for the murder of i r. Cronin in Chitea Jwta arrested on the 1st and placed in jail a on Tho farm of Henry Daley near Marion Inda number of cattle and hogs Quot Ere attacked with hydrophobia on the 1st and had to be killed they were bitten by a dog several Days before at a lire on the 1st at Savannah a. One fireman was killed and eight seriously injured by a falling Wall. The loss caused by the lire was estimated at . Henry Koen. Herman Karnitz and will in in n i. K _ bowing club were drowned on the 1st at and Abare a a ,1s�oa Between their boat foreign intelligence. Henry lev Bino and Dan Murray both seventeen years old were drowned who o bathing on the 27th near Bloomin ton in n the4th ult the Neversink that thirty foot boat which sailed from Boston about the Middle of May arrived at Havre we Well r and his two tiie death of Carlotta Patti the Singer a sister of Adelina tatti occurred in Paris on the a the ult at the age of forty nine Venus. On the 28th ult the British bark Ecuador a i n from Luck it it Ayres april is for , was reported lost with All her Crew. West Africa advices of the 29th ult. Condoned previous reports of the shocking. Pm a we cd Stanley. Explorer a hair a ? a Ecta 11 win stated that his hair bad turned Snow White that his j clothes were rags and that he was without j Hll fete no a by tired 10 car 8kia8 cover Lunenberg Germany a fire on the. It destroyed thirty six causing a loss of twelve million Marks a storm1,7v? Resev a Roble destructive rainstorm at Hong Kong China fifteen lives Weie lost by food and lightning. At Brunn Austria fifteen thousand workmen struck for higher wage on the 1st, including All Tho Bakers in Tho City. On the 1st Tho Massachusetts Rifle team contested with the honorable Arti Iier company at Rifle shooting at London and to american team won by a score of 1,015 Beggs of Sullivan Coughlin Woodruff Cooney Burke and Kunce indicted for the murder of or. Cronin connection of the last named Man in the Case. Chicago july 1.�?after sixteen Days of industrious inquiry the special grand jury on saturday found indictments against seven men four of whom Are now locked up in the county jail to await trial for the murder of or. P. In Cronin. The. Men indicted Are John f. Boggg senior guardian of the famous Camp 2b of the Cianna Gael who is believed to have known something of Tae organizing of the mock tribunal condemned Cronin to death. Dan Coughlin the sex City detective who is supposed to have found the Active men for the work and to Hay been general director of Tho con spa a. Martin Burke the Winnipeg prisoner who is believed to be one of the men in the cottage at the time of the murder. La Trtek Cooney the a Fox a who was Burke s he is now a fugitive. Up. O Sullivan the Lake View inc Man whose contract with Cronin made it Cav for the other conspirator to lure the doctor to death. Frank Woodruff alias Black who confessed that he had carried the butchered body to its catch Basin Tomb. John Kunze. A Young German. His name had not been mentioned in connection with the Case until Tho indictment against him was returned before judge Shepard. Kunze was a Henchman of Dan Coughlin and accompanied the detective to Peoria when the visit was made to de Spellman. He is brought into criminal connection with the murder through his relation with Coughlin against whom Somo new and startling evidence was adduced just previous to the adjournment of the grand jury when it was gleaned that Coughlin had entered Tho Carlson cottage on the night of May 4 at just about the time the murder was done. He was driven to the place by Kunze picture has been identified fully by Milkman Merten the same picture Quot As also identified As that of a Man who had been seen around the rooms at 117 t Lark Street when the Flat at that number had been occupied by the furniture after Ward found in the Carlson cottage. Kunzo had been in trouble before he became acquainted with Coughlin and the detect la. Protected him and made him a ready tool in his murderous schemes. 1thaommbus�?� indictment under which the Chang is were rendered against the even men was a lengthy document in nine counts each eclipsing the other in redundant abundance of a Afore Lum a a ther 8imilar term Quot re w filch4 the drawers of indictments Are so prodigal. The first count charges that the seven men conspired fraudulently deceitfully maliciously felonious by to murder Patrick Henry St la. The 8econ u that they did assault find kill with weapons unknown the said Ronin and inflicted bruises wounds lacerations and contusions of which Cronin died the third that they did in such above described manner kill Cronin. In llv77lr, the Weapu no Are described i a both Blunt and Sharp instruments the wounds Are minutely described and with much Legal verbiage the charge is Reiter ated against the seven men named in the indictment and loopholes of every kind Are carefully closed with adjectives and adverbs in great number. The form of the indictment is such that the states attorney c Aims All the men mentioned in it will have stand trial together As in the cases against the anarchists and the the most starting evidence against Dan toughen was reserved for the last a was shown to be the head of the Active work done in the murder. For him was left the arrangement of the details and y him it is believed the Mur Derous blows were struck. It was show n before the jury that he w As at the Carlson cottage Tho night Cronin was murdered and the Man who drove him there w As the mysterious Kunze w to w As indicted with him. Kunze has since Digap in us ? to left he was unguarded n his conversation and from his own bps was obtained the most important evidence so far adduced against the Leader the or a pm 8 murder u the belief of the grand jury after the hearing of the evidence that Cronin was killed by Coughlin Cooney and Burke and that r. Of Sullivan wjrf08<i? the Cotta a when the blows bios Ariz a nut actually Engo god in the Kunze in limbo. It v 8�r.nth Man indicted Fot the Cronin murder Point which the prose nth a a. Expects to prove against the conspirators. July 2�?T�?oth0 poi1<> have admitted that John Kunze la under arrest he was captured in a South Side grocery a a a me or Gowe a Quot Gorki off under the att p a 8fr Captain Schuettler of the East Chicago Avenue station is confident that Kuna will eventually turn Uealer and Tell what he knows about the cons Iracy to murder or. Cronin. Kunze has been fully identified by William Mertes the Milkman who saw him drive Dali Oughlin up to the Carlson cottage on the night that Cronin w As murdered and by j pm the Youn stenographer who saw him in the Flat at no. 117 Clark Street in company with Cooney and Burke. There Are two men yet wanted by the Redice one of them is the Man who drove Binan s w Hite horse and the other is the Man a Simons a who purchased the furniture at Keven a a and rented the rooms at 117 Ark Street the police think that Cooney May be the Man although Salesman hat fiend and Book keeper Throckmorton have not been Able the identify the photograph of Cooney As that of their custom fief. A special grand jury has not yet been decided on and one will certainly not be called until new evidence develops against people who Are not already in it voted. It will be three weeks before the regular grand jury meets and it is intended to Call a special grand jury if at any time then new developments shall War rant it a it in a a a to u is no v believed that or o Deary a the recently annexed town of Lake who mysteriously Disalv geared nine months ago has suffered the Fate of or t Ronin. U Cleary was a prompt nept member of the Cronin faction of the , and 1 Odd in i denunciation of the Triangle and its practices and the opposition is that he made himself so obnoxious to them that his a a removal was desirable arid was finally accomplished. While there is no Prospect of an immediate trial of Tho seven men indicted for the conspiracy which led to i it a. Cronin a death yet if the Case w frs o be called to Day the prosecution could go before a Petit jury with a Long and convincing array of Cir Cunas Tan tial evidence. There could not be a w Ord of direct evidence brought out �hh�11?� circumstances and coincidences 11 1 a 18 in the Power of the Baste to prove would be imply damning As against Tho majority of the seven men. J he state would first offer evidence As to the character of the murdered Man show ing the acts by which he incurred the deadly displeasure of several persons not under indictment and Tom vindictive hatred of others who Are already in of he toils. The relations of these two classes would be shown and Dan Coughlin would stand Forth As the familiar Friend and fanatical admirer of the one Man above All others who had cause to hate or Cronin and reason Lor entertaining a desire for his i Coughlin would next be proved to have been one of the trial committee which tried i or. Cronin for treason in old Camp co j urn i la and ordered his expulsion. His intimate relations with ice Mau a Sullivan and the constant communication he carried on with that alleged conspirator after the iceman had made the contract with or. Ronin and during tie time Tho actual murderers occupied the Carlson cottage. N j b Wou a follow the arrangement Coughlin made with livery Man Dinan for the hiring of the White horse behind which or. Cronin was driven away. There would also be the further evidence of the trial in the inner Circle of Camp 20. In w hich Cro join s death was ordered and Good evidence that the execution of the sentence was entrusted to Coughlin. Under the exposures of this mock trial lies evidence under which the prosecute on must depend for n sentence against beg Gap who was senior y car Diati of the Camp and who is alleged to have sanctioned the calling of the murderous tribunal. Last but not least it w Ould be shown that Coughlin was at the Den of assassination at about the time or Cronin w As killed. In order to bring the crime directly bomb to inc Man o Sullivan the state would begin its evidence from the time of Tho organization of the Washington literary society which was in reality a Lake View Branch of the clan a Gael organized it is believed now for the sole and special Pur a. Re of giving Opportunity for bringing out an acquaintanceship Between o Sullivan and Cronin out of which grew the contract that proved useful to the con Kunzer a Tongue. Is snit to have Linen loosened in regard to the Cronin Mure re unaltered con a Ftp i on. If True. Sure to hang cough Burke sex Trad i ton a Kurpil. Chicago july 3. A John Kunze the Young German who was indicted saturday for complicity in the Cronin murder Baa squealed. There can be Little doubt on that Point Captain Schuettler had a two hours talk with him at the North Ilal sted Street station tues Day afternoon Schuettler plied Kunze with ques. Tons about Chis association with Coughlin and he finally admitted that he drove Tho sex de John Kunze. Tec Tiye to the son cottage Between 8 and 9 o clock Ltd a the night a re Cronin was murdered. He also admitted that he and Burke were with Coughlin when the latter visited or. George n. Cass the Ful ten Street veterinary surgeon and tried to hire ins fast horse. He said however that he did Niff know where Coughlin got the horse the flight of the murder. Coughlin drove it to the cd ruler of Chicago Avenue and Wells Street and they started from there about 8 of clock driving North at a rapid clip. Coughlin told him w Hen the cottage w As roae hed to drive to a secluded Street Corner and remain theft an hour and after that to return tto the cottage. Kunze obeyed his instructions to the letter. Tho buggy had scarcely stopped before the cottage the second time when Coughlin came out and climbed up beside Kunze who drove rapidly away. The two proceed a it i to the Corner of Chicago Avenue Ami Clark Street where Coughlin told Kunze to get out. Kure a Tyg he does not know where the sex detective cot Afu of that he suspected that a crime of Soini sort had been committed in the cottage but just what it was to did not know. Bell a Uve to Cooney and Burke whom he met not Only at 117 Lar Street but at the Carlson cottage he said a knew very Little about them lie delivered Al messages to them from Coughlin but he never found out any thing about Tho business they were engaged in. Kunze says he heard Coughlin refer to or. Cronin quite req gently and that he Mado threats against him on More than one Ocea Siou but he did not know that the doctor had Mackin at Liberty. Co Nior , a of Mulno a a elfin i <1.� i ton to Tho noted a a Fin. To r k a Quot a j Alt thirty killed. Passenger train a in time to Kef store him to cittern ship history of his Crl Nio. Springfield Iii july a Joseph g Mackin Jias been pardoned by governor . This action when made known caused considerable Surprise As the Gen Drai impression was that the executive had concluded to let the ballot Box Fine worker serve out his term which would have ended in August Mackins sen tence was five years but the commutation on account of Good behaviour would have freed him during the been murdered the night he drove coup re bloody work. We us Mic i grew the Cherew expressed contract that proved useful to the con ,,ur0 Al the Praml la town Den i 0f elude tha Nan a of Coughlin and of membership in the ujan a gaol would afford Strong Points against or. Zenger of Prague advocates the use of photography for weather predictions on ship Board or at stations in the tropical Cyclone Belt according to the doctor photographs of Tho Sun taken on Ortho Chroma plates ind Calo with Cipp Henty approaching Attmoz Phenic and subterranean disturbances at least Twenty four hours in ad--1 t t West and South. In Kansas City Edward Camp Frank Brioe and Matt were drowned on the 27th r 7 bathing. Thomas Llna nest and it c menu to Gniot 1h�red a a ewer and a a will had Hia head blown entirely off by a delayed blast y Mon Una a Prairie fire had on the 27th burned Over an area of one Hundred Square Miles near to an Coulee and had destroyed the Best Hay ground in Cascade county. At Fremont o., the funeral of mra Lucy a ebb Hayes wife of sex president haves. A it a place on the 28th ult the services w tee simple and a ostentatious Rev. L. Mccu be la. D., who performed the mar nage ceremony for or. Hayes and his wife we us a a funeral address after which the remains were Laid to rest in Oak Wood cemetery. A business in Tremont was suspended daring the Serrio a. A it clone water in to it May a Hyrtl storm combined passed through Winona. Horstm. S2 1 a Tiea thirty Miles Long and to a mile my. Two Iverson were drowned and the Damero to property was estimated at . The legislature of Michigan Adjo owned in dec on the 28th Luik after a session of in a color and when they Are of Untal heaviness and very Large diameter Vio teat storms Are certain to soon follow. Vanee of their occurrence in these a he die of photographs zones Are often Tobe Joe a a month around Tho Sun s due of White or Gray 8hxbot Samset assisted by Deputy Kol by co or and. R. In no. k 3 the total length of the tue Marine at present i Al Ela Girvin to a my austrian re upor at 113.081 Miles. Of i on in 102.531 mile be Ion to Vartum it Abl Companie end 10.500 Ali a arc Torero Talent proper a a ast pull not Lins and a Man named Blouse near Cambria i�., attempted on the 28th ult to take charge of w. L Mcginnis who was Tosane Mcginnis shot and instantly killed Ramsey wounded Rolfina and was himself of a Telly injured by Blouse. U v Ascot his table on the a Ata ult when he Accident Euy struck his Weiye year old daughter with n Pitchfork. The prong entered her brain producing death almost instantly. The father u floor by listed with Artex. Later. Michael d win testified before the a Neli Cor Mia Ion in London on Tho 2d Llly with feb a cd an a included Oine of the Best irishman in America and was stub of Ndon. Cd us a a a the car Toa on Tho 2d. A of Czi so a a a ? Ainey a a Ixo run Tendon of the military Academy at West Point having served forty years was at his of n request retired on the 2d. Foi a business blocks were burned it Hailey l t., on the 2d the loss was estimated at #500,090. Heavy Rains on the 2d at Richmond a. Caused Shockle Creek to Rise far above Ite Banks and overflow. Several blocks of streets forty or fifty stores and cellars were inundated and damage done to the =4�f . One negro we Joseph g Maxin convicted of perjury in connection with ballot Box frauds in Chicago was on the 2d pardoned by governor . His five year term would have expired in August. Room mar. Fire Worta factory in Anber Fratoe a i it Lodi a on the a killing seven persons. A water sport broke Over Altoona. A on the us doing great damage. An Oil tank near Johnson s station to. Was Sirucek by lightning on the 2d, and Twenty six thousand barrels of of were or the explosion on the 2d of the steam bleachers in the Lyons paper Mill at Clin th7m,twt�lmen�?T Alexander and Thomas Mcbride were killed. Tablet mob Bis son of mra Maggie Morris of Decatur id bad both eyes put out Ami the face horribly burned on the 3d while firing off fire crackers near a cup of powder. Collins the famous novelist was stricken with paralysis on the 2d to London and was in a precarious condition. # ihajcu>u�?T8 a train on the nor Iofik a Western Road was wrecked by a washout on the 2d, and it was reported that several cars were burned and that Twenty live persons lost their Uvea Many were also injured. The w orid s sunday school convention opened at Parker a Temple in London on the 2d Eglinton Francis a prominent insurance Man of Philadelphia dropped dead of heart disease on the 2d to cinc Finati. The Secretary of the Treasury at Washington on the 2d issued warrants in Dav ment of #16,g0q,099 on account of pensions being a he first payment on mis account for the new fiscal year. K4?��.bot8 a Ned Corbett and Bennett while herding cows near Dubuque la on the 2d were killed by lightning the la cd of a re Cehr old a Kington on 7 a so Dent the d his Cabinet and Dehral United states sen ckmir7 �7i 8p?Clai a a a a Ion site meet about 1 Wai Teia to have bees reached in the i a Alexander Sullivan in the hot of indictments but despite Tho most Earnest efforts the jurors were unable to secure any evidence of a nature that would justify the return of a True Bill in hat w As heard was damning implication and some of the jurors were anxious to base an indictment on it. States attorney Longenecker claimed not to feel disconcerted Over the escape of Sulli . There was time to take up his Case it he said at the same time he adroit that it would hardly be possible to that the lawyer w As a party to the conspiracy unless there should come a healthy a a squeal Sullivan Scase will be taken up by the next Gri yid jury. A few hours after the indictments were returned into court lawyer John f. Bce a was seen. A i am 8urprised Over my to beenwh11 he. 8aid Quot and there mu8t have perjury Root ipod the bring it about. I have told All i know in the that the noting to repeat now save a or j to la was never Tria id Camp 2�. Quot of rotol h we and a och Atria have been Beggs is now in Tho county jail w the indicted men will be called to trial some time during the july term old r 2 not Likely that there will be any ment unless the pop ice fall to get Burke the ? Manitoba there is a possibility of the prisoner making such a fight As will secure several months delay in hj8 extradition but chief Hubbard feels certain that he will eventually have the Man Back. The. A die Antome search is being made we a Quot Cret Bat a car Quot a a a of has not even Llowd the police to wanted n in 10 Hilt where Abs it he is wanted badly and Aid has been asked rom the police All Over America and it Cert la la it Premont Hue and cl7 he Luz Lve a a App Uay a a. Heavy Loas by fire. A re which a tested in a cooperage workshop to Luneberg in Han destroyed thirty sex build 8eyerai fact Ries with so ? ?m7 and burned the roof of t Nicholas Church. Over 0 to per pie Are thrown out of work. The Losa is est Matt at 12,000,000 Marks estimated him but nothing which could compare Ith the fact that he practically vouched Tor the payment of the rent of the Carlson cottage when its owners beef me suspicious of their tenants the Willliams Brothers. Burke the in Peg prisoner was one of the tenants of the rooms at 117 Clark Street he employed Martinson to haul the furniture from those rooms to the Lake Lew cottage he was a Rabid enemy of or. Ronin s and a tool of Coughlin a. His auspicious movements and his frantic efforts th7r<i a. Faint him and. More than that he is said to have been Active in the prosecution which secured Tho death against the doctor. 1 lie fugitive Cooney was Burke s Friend Oughlin s Friend and Cronin a enemy the mate s attorney and the police Boli Evo that ii a .7mons�?T�?� but their evidence on tins Point is not vet Complete. Cooney was be vile urls a a a Cotta a he was one of the i Illiams Brothers the fellow tenant of Burke and with the utter is supposed. N a ubut a in the cottage to a Ait the arrival of the victim. As to Kunze All the evidence against him in not been gathered but it is certain that lie was one of the men who lived at 117 cn7�hi?�rr7.aud that he Mccoin pained Oughlin to the cottage on the night of the murder. Then there is the full Story of his relations with Coughlin criminal it would seem to a great degree. Woodruff could Only be found guilty of participation in the crime on his own confession for As yet there had been nothing to show that he had any acquaintance with the other conspire Tom added to the above circumstances against Beggs Coughlin. Burke and Cooney is evidence that All and each of them had made remarks of a contemptuous and threatening nature against the murdered Man Tbs main in in the Case of the state against the seven indicted m in. A honest abet so old . Killed at a crossing. Chicago july 1.�?August Multer Nhym was instantly killed at May Woodby Mih Watern Railroad train and his brother inlaw Fred Liebenauer and Niece Stella i te�?Tk4were �rlou1jr injured the Acci Dent being caused or their driving the track. T Leneir driving across Stanley s hardships. Ab�.? a Iulys a us Stlot or it it a wet m Pretl Ltd it a a port of Ali shocking privations to which or Stanyev 11 u stated a re the timed Snow White that his clothes no a a a a a he 18 a Hoe being obliged to use skins i cover i death at Decatur 111., of a Tincle Johnny Luau kit a close companion of Abraham Lincoln. Ducat us Iii july a a Uncle Johnny Hanka died monday aged 88 years. From 123 in us 1860 or. Hanks was closely associated with Abraham Lincoln in farming trading and other pursuits. He and or to noon 8p it rails together eight Miles West of Decatur in 1 a a it and in Lipil both men Ever find Quot p7tl-Seid the first Fla boat that my 1 the 8an?Amon, Hli nols a Niles u a pm ?ver8 new Bealls. Tho rails which or. Lincoln and or. Hanks split in Mason county were first shown in the Chicago convention in 18k>. I Zufu. Lin to the cottage until he read the papers monday morning. The above facts came from a source we. He there is every reason to beliefs author ibid still ft4s partially denied at police headquarter that and confession has been extracted from Kunzer. Winnipeg Man., july 3.�?there a a Large attendance of spectators in court monday to watch Tho proceedings in the Burke Case. Assistant states attorney psf a of of id ago was present and Mado copious Flores. Counsel for the pro sputum presented the depositions taken before the grand Jurj and a magistrate in Chicago which were certified to by Tho United states see a a state and the Secretary of the legation. Lilo prisoners counsel objected to the indict Manfe and statements before the grand jury being taken As evidence but Tho judge intimated that they w Ere sufficient he did not know if it were even necessary for him to go beyond ascertaining the fact that Martin Burko was Tho m7u Reich red to ill the Chicago indictment most important evidence in the proceedings was that Given by Martinson the express Man who gave particulars of his being engaged by Burke w haul furniture irom no. 117 Clark Street to the Carls ii cottage. Tho witness said he noticed among the furniture a Large empty trunk and positively identified the person As the Man who hired and paid him. Additional witnesses will be examined to Day Burke appeared agitated during the Posen Taniou or evidence. Chicago july Tho state s attorney received u telc wram last night from his assistant George Baker informing him that the extradition papers in the Case of Martin Burke had beef accepted by the Manitoba authorities. 1 his is Good news for Tho police As it was expected that Burk by his resistance would delay his extradition ii flt #aj4 if there is no further hitch in the proceed Ings Burke will be a guest of sheriff Matson within a week. A a a. Of a by the next Issue of the Torill there �-111 appear on Edl tonal article five columns Lon i set in double leads and signed by Patrick Ford the article is subdivided into ten sections. In the first Section or lord says he is not a member of the by a Gael and in that connection adds a fall secret political societies Are to Many rings operating in the dark to bring under control or influence by indirect methods those who work in the he however reproaches irishmen for having offered what he terms Quot this mean advantage to the Cronin jury of Heitur Able to declare the to inn a Gael injurious to american institutions. After commenting Alexander Sullivan a Virtues he adds Szuc .7 the a urn in by up Ilion Alix a k n victim of grave injustice i hat he is entirely innocent of the murder of i r. Ronin that he is utterly incapable of or suggesting or wishing so dastardly a crime i firmly believe. I should Espee a self were i to against my sold by preserving a cowardly six ecu at this despicable cod vement then the writer at extreme length reviews the Cronin Case and its complications. He concluded eventually that 8ui 1 Avau could have no motive to co passing the death of an enemy whose hostile secrets were known by hundreds of Othera but a he continues a if Alexander Sullivan has nothing to gain by cronin�?T8 murder there were people who had something to gain by it if they could Only fasten sus f p Cion of murder upon Sullivan. These people were 1. The any thing to Down Sullivan a men la the clan a Gal 2. The a British 3 the mugwumps. 4. The democrats. 5. The know Noth nos. Tk�?ckenrll8� Toroc and th9 London times. Then he analyses those people and what he deems their possible relations to theft ii �08 by irishmen to to Gladstone for Ireland a salvation. Joe Mackin. Latter part of the spammer. Mackius was convicted of perjury in answering falsely questions put to him by the grand jury which investigated the elec a Ion rails in 14, and was sentenced to five years in the Penitentiary. His sen tence with the a Good time allowance would have expired next August so that his Pardon now releases him Only two months earlier than the Date a pred by the jury. The governor in signing the Pardon of Mack i Teffs at considerable length to the offence for which he was imprisoned and says his perjury wins not destined to a Fleet the life Liberty or property of anybody and had it not been committed in trying to escape from the Congo que cos of another offence of which he was a cased and which the people justly regard with alarm it is not fair to presume that it would have attracted any More attention Shafi any Ordinary ease of perjury and his punishment would have been in All probability less than that fixed inv the jury. In his petition for Pardon Mackin professes sorrow for his crime and to Abas Earnest pledges of in upright Jil e for the future. The governor continues a its doubtful if Ary petition for p Irdon was Ever presented to the executive of the s state More strongly endorsed than the present one. Jim Dato Pardon is recommended by judge Moran who presided at the trial and who now writes a Strong letter urging that Hie sentence was excessive Pardon is also it Tom mended by states attorney now judge to Fin fell who prosecuted the Case. Likewise by the grand jurors who indicted and nearly All of the Petit jurors who convicted Mackin by the chairman and Many of the most influential members of the citizens committee that aided the proc tuition and in Short by nearly every body who had Anaf thing to do with the arrest indictment and con victim of the defendant or addition to the forego he Many Hundred worthy citizens lawyers doctors in Ftp anti Al ministers of the gospel editors and proprietors of newspapers congressmen in embers of the legislature and practical bus Ness men representing All the industries of the Hisato have asked that executive clemency be shown. Early ��1 who have had any thing to say on the subject instead of signing the Ordinary petition have written letters wherein they have urged with so much earnestness and apparent Candor Why the Law the penalties of a hts a Mackin has Long borne should now give Way to a Raj it is insisted that greater Good will be accomplished by this course than would be by holding on to Mackin in the last hour of his sentence. Tho Warden of the prison Eort ties that Mackin s conduct As a prisoner has been Goodr that he has never been punished or reported for any infraction of the prison rules. I have Given this Case much thought and consideration and have finally concluded the remit a Small portion of the prisoners sentence by granting him a Pardon at this time and do so in the Hope that he May yet become a useful member of society and prove h to Solf worthy the love and affection of the devoted wife w to has in the hour of his misfortune stood by him so faithfully and who has so Long and patiently waited for his coming. Whether Mackin ought to be Phr toned or not it is very eve Dent that a great Many Good and thoughtful people think so history of the crime. Mackin went to the Penitentiary on a five year so nth Nee for complicity in the ballot Box frauds of 181. A few Days after the election in nov Ember of that year it was apparent that the strength of the two leading political parties would be about equal in Tho a coma frightful result of a plunge into a washed out Culvert is Virginia. Lynchburg ya., july 3.�?a fearful Acci go it by which Many lives were a cuff and a number of people injured occurred on the Norfolk a Western Railroad at 2 39 0 clock tuesday morning one mile abort 1 Baxtonn a switch and thirty one Miles above Tho City. Kaik had been falling almost continuously annl at times very heavily Loi Twenty four hours swelling the Mountain streams greatly beyond their Normal state. Several trains had passed o or the Road during the night and it was thought that the line was Safe for traffic notwithstanding the Rains and that no danger need Las apprehended. At the place of the Accident however the water had undermined die Toad Bod and caused a w Ashout about eighty feet Long and fifth feet wide. The water at this Point was eight to ten feet deep. Into this watery Gulch the engine made a frightful leap while running at the rate of thirty Inch s an hour carrying with it Tho tender and eight cars. As the engine struck Bottom the Rushing of the water into the locomotive exploded the boiler. This fact greatly augmented the catastrophe. Debris was thrown in every direction by the Force of the explosion injuring Somo of those on the train by the flying fragments and scattering firebrands which ignited the Wood work of the coaches. The flames spread and destroyed a Largo amount of mail and express matter besides spreading panic among Tho already terror stricken passengers. It is supposed that Roic of the passengers were unable to extricate themselves from the w Reck and were consumed in the flames but it is difficult to get accurate information a the employees of the Norfolk a Western Railroad refuse to give any information to the Public. It is impossible to state the number of persons killed but the most reliable estimates place it at Between Twenty five and thirty. The number of wounded will be far in excess of the number killed thirty of Tho wounded have been taken to Roanoke thirteen to by Fordsville and fifty to Liberty. Among those who Are known to have lost their lives Are t i Arlen Bruce of Lynchburg to rom n. Scalded to death Natlia Cohen of Roanoke in route for Germany via new York Patrick Donovan of Lynchburg Engineer a. S. Francis or Marion mail a but a. M. James of Roanoke travelling Engineer of to Road j. By. Livisay of Roanoke train Disi Patcher Denn s Melon janitor of the Railroad offices in route to new York to be married w a Stead or Cleveland. Tenn. A stranger bound for Paris via new York is. It. Summers of Abington va., mail agent a Little girl supposed to be the adopted daughter of mrs. Judge Thompson of Staunton a. A a Dubarry superintendent of the Eastern do vision j. J. Rose postal clerk of abingdon.\ra. John Kirkpatrick of Lynchburg the husband and two children of a lady passenger on the train whose name can not be Learned. Or. Stead was an englishman and was agent of an Idaho Hunting and fishing sex. Edition. Lie w As on his Way to England Tor supplies when he met his death. On his person was found a package containing $14. Xxx. Conductor Johnson Bishop Wilson express messenger Ashmore mrs. Judge i Hompson. Major j. C. Cassel superintendent of the Road and baggage master Ford arc among those most badly Hurt a number of others including several ladies from Texas Are slightly injured. \ let us have peace. A manifesto which declares hostilities Between prominent labor at an end. Pittsburgh pa., july to an address was issued to the working people of America tuesday signed by a. Tempers and p. J. Mcguire of the american federation off Labort v. Powdery John w. Hayes a. W. Wright and John Devlin of the i nights of labor William a. Truscott of the Railroad switch ens Mutual Aid association and f. P. Sargent. Eugene v. Debs and John j. Hanahan of the brotherhood of locomotive firemen. It is a declaration of peace which is perhaps very significant in View of contests which have been waged during the last year Between he knights of labor the ,ong�teb7�?oo�a i a Quot Quot Rio a an Andoy Thor tool Ali Efee Tion of n Mlej state Quot svn8�?�? i we run Lon the a Aye that to u -4. A Al a. Difference of opinion and matters of detail in methods for the improvement of labors in the senatorial District which included Tho eighteenth Ward of this City Henry. Leman Republican was apparently elected senator Over Rudolph Brand Democrat a h few Hundred volc3 As shown by Tho unofficial it tin on election night when however the official canvass was made it was Foi fld that tally sheets and certificate from to amp a second precinct of the eighteenth Ward had beef altered and forged and made to show a decreased vote for Leman and an increased vote for Brand she Focient to elect the latter by a majority of about Teft totes on the sworn returns of the United states supervisors As Well As from other collateral it was so evidently a fraud that the Federal grand jury of Chicago then in ses icon took jurisdiction of and investigated the matter Quot meantime the county canvassing Board being powerless to go behind the returns abstracted the vote is it appeared and returned the same to the state canvassing Board. This body heard such evidence As was available and proper and following their action the governor decided to Issue a Cert if Cate of election to Leman As being the actually elected senator. The Federal grand jury found in Tho a condition have been magnified by forested persons into conflicts of most belligerent and warlike nature labor organizations arc Cai de upon to put co Forth renewed efforts to strengthen and the solidify their ranks and to leave nothing a to undone to make each society the to mar for Good that it is intended to Lio. A mystery solved. A i Courm grand jury Louna f several indictments but after that body had i a a dirty Eddie a adjourned new and important additional proofs in the Penitentiary was of the fraud were discovered and Mackin a Quot William j. Gallagher and Arthur Gleason were tried and convicted of conspiracy on a charge brought by information instead of indictment. The two former were sentenced to two years in pro on. The Case was then taken by writ of error before Justice Harten of the i United states supreme court and circuit judge Gresham sitting together. Upon disagreement Between them it was certified to the United states supreme court mainly upon the question of the legality of the prosecution of the information. The state court took up the matter and indicted Mackin and Gallagher for violation of the state Law. Mackin testified before the the murderer of druggist Clark of Chicago said to lie a notorious thief now herring a term at to idiot Chicago july in the mystery of Tho murder of druggist Frank c. Clark is said to have been solved. Clark wat shot and j instantly killed on february 21 last in his j store at the Corner of West Harrison Street a and hoi milage Avenue. A w Oman named Little Smith who had been intimate j with the dead Man was arrested but Noth i ing being proved against her she was allowed to go. The police have Learned it is said that Eddie Foy known at Tho horse thief now the Man i who killed Clark. Foy with others the j Story goes wrent into Clarks store to Rob him and the druggist resisting was shot dead. Foy will probably be brought Back from Nirison. The name of to Jal a a a squealed on him is not Given. Who Relief needed at Brazil. Tile of destitute increasing and Tho strike continued indefinitely. Beazie ind., july 3.�? the regular sem weekly meeting of the Minars Central Relief company was held tuesday. Tho part a to r i it la of dependent a re there he was indicted for perjury. His trial a�?Tsj�11 in Quot to aae of sixth a a a five since Friday. The Voto taken began on june 29, 18t>, before judge Moran. He was found guilty and sentenced to the Penitentiary for five years this Tak place july ing Joliet november 19, 18s5. Flis wife made 188 a. He was taken to a collection of collars. A Gre colonists in my Xico. Font do i july a a a movement la on Luga a dumb a of Tea <0j0 do Cotton of a Ioa two represent. Ott it u. A be Quot no to a a a a a a not qty of Mexico with s View of ret tin a Goya to amp ski Grant of Imd f valuable horse flesh Gold. �117 2-the second annual erty of to a a yearlings the prop Hoggins of California took place at Hunters Point monday Over Ion so tort �i6�?T w re catajon<>�?~1 to to a old. Foaled april �15 by imposed 8t ? Hampton Derby St n knocked Down tour Scott of 7�?o 23,000. The total Arnom a a aha old of of a be Wai #lis,400, Averly Oft of the Aldol or Flye and Mala Ala for High Collar to hide Fth a Roen Poa Toge Tamo la to Thomas Hood wore a tumor. On the necks of the ancients were collars of Silver and Brast. Charles Dickens when a Young Man wore a Black Stock. In later life he assumed the turn Down Collar. Bill Nib says he always sports a a straight band Collar without any projecting masonry or ornamental the Early English laymen did not cover their necks. Tho mailed Collar or Gorget was introduced during the crusade. A straight White Collar somewhat like that of a few years ago was introduced into England in 1480 by the Duke of Clarence. General Grant wore High and Low collars alike. James g. Blaine wears a standing Collar. Grover Cleveland wears High or Low. Boron imported his famous Low rolling Collar from Belgium. He delighted in exhibiting his White almost famine it pm pfc go a ing Throat Washington wore no Orilar at All in the last years of his use. The Stock or a a swathes had been discarded and the old gentleman a rarely went out visiting. I a poet Whittier affects a Cross Between a High and Low Collar. It May be described As a wide band folded near the mjdd1. And having a Sof overhanging roil strenuous Effort to secure Bis Pardon a Ter be bad served about two years but governor Chiles by refused to interfere. Lately other at temp its Bare been made which resulted in the Pardon issued tuesday. By reason of a Good time a Mack a would Bave been oat next month by the expiration of his sentence. 3y reason of his Pardon citizenship is restored. A thief enters the Ligonier Bank at noon and gets away with 91.000. Ligonier ind., july 3.�?a bold Bank robbery was perpetrated Here tuesday. While the cashier of 8ol Myers Bank was at dinner some bold thief entered the Bank through a Side window and rifled Tho Cash drawer. Fortunately the vault was locked and the thief had to be Content with something less than $1,090, which he hurriedly gathered up. The window through which Entrance was effected is but a few feet from the Street and in Plain View of every passer by. The thief got away undetected. At the different mines Mcday was officially announced to be to favor of rejecting the offer and continuing Tho strike. The miners Are expecting Aid from Illinois Ohio and Pennsylvania which once they Are unorganized is slow about coming in. One of Tho number says they must soon go to work unless More help comes. 1 he operators still offer work sufficient to afford support at seventy and seventy Tiva cents a ton. A. Four business blocks were burned tuesday in Hailey a Entailing a loss of5u9 -900. Mclnerney heard from. New York july a Wil Iiara Connelly the superintendent of the labor Bureau at Castle Garden announced tuesday that he had received a message from his Irstead or. Me Nerny. Whose disappearance has been connected by Rumor with the Cronin tragedy. The message read a i am Well and was never in better health. My present Mission a paper Mill wrecked at Lyons a two men Kiuei. Lyons la july a about 5 30 of clock tuesday opening an immense upright Iron steam bleaching in the Lyons paper Mill exploded hurling a a portion of the tank 190 feet to the air. Tho Southern and largest portion of the building is a total wreck. The damage flu reach #15,u99. 1 Nomas Mcbride and Alexander Hart were instantly killed. James Callahan another Workman was badly scalded but Wili recover. Several others were slightly to f John Zira Merer was killed while Hunting near China ind., by the Dis Harge of gun in Tae hands of a boy named Blakely. Quot la Htow us Lux Sci Puj am Sway on purely personal a a 1 seven Paris july factory in an this City a a sop a a Btl tech Flagg Isren a fire works a heat in Northwest Tern elevators. New Yolk july 3.-special reporte the bradstreets show a total of 89u0,099 bushels of wheat at Minneapolis 8t Paul Milwaukee Duluth and at Over 990 Interior elevators to Wisconsin Minnesota and Dakota As compared with 10,75. »,900 bushels a Usu a one month ago 17,898,090 bushels one year of to Evirl i w7�� la leu it o a Milus Ulitz y 1 to and bushels two years ago. 5verk�?Tt three Negmi a drowned. Birmingham ala., july a three negroes Wero drowned by the accidental stoking of a a a Ukiu us a ferry boat at hatchery a ferry on the Tai ave mites from f i apr a a River mo�?oda7 bight and five other lib a Dav Wisnia Veu i narrowly escaped some of them Attiemay Wing u j drifted a mile town the River in fire they Wax a booed. Siim

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