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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 13, 1889, South Haven, MichiganR be Quot vol.�xjth to a it mar mich., a Tori St 13, 1889. 1to. 8. Rwy cow s hair is now used in making carpets. The process is described As a cheap one and the product As an improvement the Woolen article. The watch makers Prescott eng., who have Long been famous finding that their Trade is declining have decided to build a factory and work the american pm. Realism in Art will have an extraordinary revelation in new York when a lion painted by a Boston artist is placed in position. The owner the picture a hotel Man will illuminate the lion with electricity and place it behind a Row real bars. An editor in Kansas recently Drew a crazy quilt m a lottery. His wife took it to another town and sold fort nine chances it at one Dollar a Chance. A she sold the fiftieth ticket to her husband and wonderful to relate he won it Back again. It s hard to get any thing out an editor. News comes from lounge Burmah that Koh Sah a Timber merchant there has founded a now religion which is described As a sort mixture buddhism and christianity. The disciples who number several thousand keep the Christian sunday and abstain from Strong drink. A curious illustration abuse process in the criminal courts recently occurred in the Punjab. Six men were convicted murder. Soon afterwards the a a murdered Man turned up alive and will the criminal courts in India it is said Are not infrequently used for Gratifying private animosities. The federation labor has says the new York Sun within the past two years gained enormously in strength and is now probably the most powerful organization work pig men in the United states with a larger membership than the knights labor. Its president is Samuel a Gompers. In 1868, before was abolished in Hungary there were Only 120 newspapers and magazines published in Tho whole kingdom. After the abolition the number papers Rose to in 1878, 324 in 18/9, 412 in 1882. 516 in 1886. And now there Are More than 600. 267 which Are 2>ublihed in the capital Budapest persons who have a superstitious dread Friday will be pleased to hear that this is a year for fridays. It came in Friday will go out Friday and will have fifty three the ill opened Days. There Are four months in this year that have five fridays each changes the Moon occur five times Friday and the longest and shortest Days the year each fails Friday. Carlisle d. Graham who proposed to a a shoot Niagara fails in a barrel took the Barret to Chippewa. Ont., recently and let it Drift Down the River and Over the Horseshoe Falla it was broken into a thousand pieces in the rapids and the pieces were seen going Over. This settled the question with Graham and he will never again attempt to to go Over the tails in his a Patent boat the longest recorded examination a Legal witness was recently concluded in new York in the Case the a state new Jersey against the Morris amp Essex railway company for $1,000.000 Back taxes. Richard f. Fet evens the expert who examined the railway company s books was put the stated two years ago and testified for two hours every week up to the conclusion the Case. As an evidence the Advance made by the United states in the direction providing its dwellers with suitable habitations Etc., it May be mentioned that the value the building Stone produced in the year 1888 was estimated at 125,500.000, and that bricks and Tilo to the amount $48,213,000 were made. The materials were stuck together with 49,087,000 barrels Lime valued at $24,543,500, and 6,253,-295 barrels american Cement Worth $4,533,639. A never before in its history a says the new York world a has the court appeals this state had before it Tho cases four men convicted murdering As Many women in the same City at different times and the unusual occurrence was rendered More Peculiar by the court deciding their appeals adversely the same Day. The murderers who will now assuredly hang Are Carolin Nolan Lewis and Giblin and they Are in the tombs. The court appeals sitting at Saratoga a few Day ago decided their William f. Moore and Bertha a l usen were married at Ironton o., the other night miss Dusen was employed in a Woolen Mill at wheelers Butje o., and while knitting socks finished one pair handsomely and enclosed her name and address in one them requesting the buyer to write to her. Moore who keeps a store near South Point bought the socks. He wrote the romantic Maiden. They exchanged photographs the result being that miss Dusen has now entered into a life contract to knit fancy Hose for Moore. Prof. Allen made a balloon recension from Providence r. A the other Day rising to the height twelve Hundred feet when the balloon collapsed. The great mass fell swiftly toward the Earth constantly roiling Over and Over but the intrepid aeronaut succeeded in climbing into the rigging and cutting a Hole in the Canvas with his pocket knife the Gas rushed out and thereafter the balloon formed itself into a sort Parachute descending slowly to the Earth. Prof. Allen was badly bruised but not seriously the week. Interesting news compilation. Jam it a Bradbury Maine Al Beus Delph. Of Michigan and Jefferson Davis Mississippi Are the oldest sex United females senators now living an three having entered the Senate in 1847. From Washington. In the United state there were 152 Busi Nesa failures during the seven Day ended the 5th, against 184 the previous Seifen Days the total failure in the United states to Date from january 1 is 0, 37, against 5,401 in 1888. Of the 5th Hadje Hassein Shooly Khan the persian minister to the United states resigned his Post and said he should leave this country never to return. He gave As his reason the articles published in american newspapers from time to time concerning the was and doings his Royal master the Shah. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the Tith aggregated #1,127,-114,523. Against #1.134,30a a the previous week. A compared with the corresponding week 1888 the increase amounted to 27.5. The East. A Carriage containing mrs. Joseph Ward . Keating a new York hat manufacturer hts daughter and her nurse was struck by an express train and smashed to pieces usar Long Branch n. J., and All were killed the failure the Goodyear rubber Boot and 8hoe company prov thence r. I for #710,010 was announced the 5th. Of the 5th one Hundred mormon disciples reached new York from Europe and were at once shipped to Salt Lake Clov. Of the 5th Frank Hoyt paying Teller the first National Bank Hoboken n. J., Wax arrested a charge embezzling #18.000 the Bank s funds. Henri Antoine Nolle who stole j63,000 francs from the Paris a banking House Belisaire journal a co., while acting cashier was arrested the 5th in new York. On the with prof. David p. Todd Amherst College Observatory received notice from Washington his appointment As chief the expedition to observe the total eclipse the Sun. Visible next december in southwestern Africa. The death . Ludwig who had the key the Only thing remaining the German lutheran Church at Johnstown in a occurred the 7th grief at the loss his three sons and one daughter. Near Buffalo n. Y., by the upsetting a boat four Young Mea were drowned the 6th. The Coroner jury at Johnstown a returned a verdict the 6th holding the dam owners responsible for Tho loss life resulting from the great flood. President Corbin the Reading Railroad gave notice at Reading the 6th that the 2,80 employees the Reading ironworks which was recently purchased by the Railroad company could expect a resumption at an Early Day. He notified them that none would be employed who belonged to labor organizations who indulged in Strong drink. At Farmington me., a Shock earthquake was plainly Felt the 8th, lasting half a minute. Dishes were rattled upon the shelves and Light articles were knocked about but no damage War done. On the 8th the government training school at Carlisle. A sent one Hundred and seventy Young indians to their tribes in the Northwest most them were graduates and All had been carefully trained in useful it Daikh the Board inquiry at Johnstown a made a compilation the property losses reported and estimated in the great flood which the Board confirmed the 8th. The total loss was placed at #8,655,114. This does not include the loss the Cambria Iron company. The Chri Dlan Endeavor association convened in eighth National convention the 8th in Philadelphia with ten thousand members in attendance. The Rhode Island legislature met in special session at Providence the 9th to Frame a Law governing the Sale intoxicating beverages to take the place the fifth amendment repealed june 20. Richard Lewis a plasterer fatally shot mrs. Elmira Moseby and her sister. Eme line Myers and then committed suicide thej9th at Pittsburgh a. The parties were All coloured. Lewis boarded with mrs. Moseby and it was thought wanted to marry her and shot her because she refused. By an Accident the Pennsylvania Road near Wilmerding station the 0th two let oys and a Man were killed and thirteen cars we re demolished. In new York City tile heat was the 9th causing a great Many death among children. Seventy nine had cholera inf Antum and thirty five diarrhoeal complaints in forty eight hour a Hkavc rain storm the 9th at Johnstown n. Y., caused the Cay Dutta Creek to become a raging torrent which soon burst its Bounds Andazo dams gave Way being unable to stand the enormous pressure. Reveral factories along the Banks were swept away and Many buildings and outhouses wore carried off. The Fonda Johnstown amp Gloversville Road lost seven eight Bridge the 9th governor Beaver and the state Board Relief commission decided to distribute 1500,000 among the sufferers in Johnstown a. The Money would be paid to the needy survivors in checks and would be the first instalment the #1,500,000 contributed for the Relief the people which was being held by Tho governor. S _ West and South. Frank Brenish killed his wife at Memphis tenn., the 5th because she refused to live with him and then took Hia own use sheriff Branson attempted to arrest William and James Mills the 5th, at Kirbyville mo., for carrying concealed weapon the Mills Brothers opened tire the sheriff and de Frenk his Deputy killing them both. The Ohio Union labor party in state convention at Lima the 5th made the following nominations for governor j. W. Rhodes lieutenant governor cd l Rice supreme judge h. A. Tuttle auditor Martin Krumm treasurer d. D. Martin attorney general William Baker commissioner Public works Oswald diets. The per Dent age the base Ball clubs m the National league for the week ended the 6th was As follows Boston. .654 Cleveland .650 new York .562 Philadelphia .500 Chicago .491 Pittsburgh .456 Indianapolis 892 Washington .345. American association 8t Louis. .676 Brook Lyn. .629 athletic .000 Baltimore .557 Cincinnati .536 Kansas City .444 Columbus .806 Louisville. .169. Western association Omaha .703 8l Paul .703 Sioux City .547 Minneapolis .481 Denver .433 Des Moines 431 St. Joseph .860 i Wankee. .307. Near Frankfort ky., an express train collided with a freight train the 7th, wrecking the locomotive and several passenger coaches the express and eight persons were killed outright and eleven were severely injured. At Geneva o., eight business houses including the Post office were burned the 7th. The discovery was made the 6th that Hiel d. Miller cashier the National Bank Malta o., was a defaulter to the latent #32,000. On the 6th the oldest clothing House in Chicago established thirty two years ago by James m. Harvey and afterwards conducted by his sons was closed up by the sheriff. In a conflict Che 6th at Duluth Minn., Between strikers and the police two the former were shot dead and Many others were wounded. A fire destroyed every business boost and forty dwelling houses at Bakersfield cad., the 7th, leasing a toss ,<jdtt,0u0. Gustav Nap la living at Houghton mich., was taken sick july 1 and want to see a Friend. The Friend took him to a bar and then went a spree forgetting the sick Man. Nadia Lay unattended until the 8th, when he starvation. Charle Blackmar while drunk at blab mar mich., fatally shot his Mother seventy five years old the 8th. A grandson the we Man seized the gun and discharged its contents into Charles breast inflicting a fatal wound. There was secured in ran Francisco the 8th a photograph a mysterious Aerial City taken b3 prof. Richard d. Willoughby in Alaska from an Arctic Mirage. A convention will be held in Cincinnati the 12th next september for the purpose reorganizing the National Greenback party. The death general w. A. Rile the a fighting Parson sex Cong res Man Missouri and sex governor new Mexico occurred the 8th at Monrovia Cal at Palouse City w. a r. D. Johnson a Well to do citizen killed himself his wife and son and Ven year old daughter the 8th. He left a note stating that he did not want to live in this sinful world and could not leave it without his family. A storm the 8th at Konsberg d. T., More less injured every building in the Village and several residences were entire y destroyed. Of the 8th the Steamer Hytien Republic supposed to have been lost in the Pacific Ocean reached san Francisco. Of the 8th and Kilrain fought seventy five rounds at Richburg Misa being the Winner. An unsuccessful attempt to blow up with powder the Barracks the salvation army in Indianapolis ind., was made the 8th. Of the 9th six officials the Cleveland. Canton a a Southern Railroad were arrested at Canton by detectives charged with systematically robbing the company. Jacob morbid the 9th at Atlanta a palpitation the heart brought by excessive laughter. The Council Bluffs la Superior court decided Tho 9th that Barbers must close their shops sunday in Wyoming the 9tb an election Delegate to the constitutional convention resulted in Tho Choice 37 republicans 16 democrats and 3 Independent the convention will meet at Cheyenne september 2, the desire for state government was general. Near Tipton ind., Reuben Ryan gave birth the 9th to a female child having a double head. The child was otherwise perfectly formed. It had four eyes two foreheads two Mouths and two nose. William Parish shot George b. Calaban dead in Leavenworth Kru the 9th because she refused to marry him and then took his own life. Throughout Kansas heavy Rains had the 9th put the Corn crop beyond danger from hot winds in the future. Of the 9th Young Carlson Chicago identified Martin Burke at Winnipeg As the Man w to under the name Frank William. Hired the cottage in which . Cronin was murdered. Foreign intelligence. At win pipe the tue sex Premier nor Quad the Manitoba government suddenly aged forty eight year the 5th miss Ida Phillips lately a missionary in India was drowned at Winnebago City Minn. Long and deep fissures appeared in a be Earth in the Matanzas District Cuba the 5th, causing great alarm among the people. It was decided in the world s sunday school convention in London the 5th to hold the next convention in America in 1891l the docks in London a fire the 5th caused a loss #300,000. The mexican press w As the 6th waging bitter War upon the proposition to colonize that country with negroes from America the Village Obendorf in Germany was destroyed by tire the 6th. The loss w As end Itimous. No Losa life w As reported. In recent encounters Between egyptian troops and dervishes 900 the latter w Ere killed and 700 others were taken prisoners driven to desertion. Advices the 6th from Ramoa state that a peace treaty had been concluded Between the warring chiefs Mataafa and tamases. Of the 8th the eight Hundredth anniversary the oldest reigning House in Europe the House we Tiu the rulers a Toov was celebrated with great splendor in Dresden. From All parts Ontario crop report showed that fail wheat would be More than an average crop Spring wheat Barley Aud Oats an average one peas slightly below the average roots average and fruits almost a failure. Several w Haling vessels which arrived at Dundee the 9th reported that sealing and whaling vessels in Greenland Waters were meeting with phenomenal Success this season. In India the River Indus overflowed its Bank at Many Points the 9th, flooding the country for Miles either Side. Forty pers us w Ere drowned. Later. Advices the 10th say that in the recent freshet at Johnstown a. Y., eight persons lost their lives and ten were missing and buildings along the Banks Cay Dutta Creek were swept away. In Gloversville two Miles Distant the streets were flooded and several House were wrecked. The general belief was that the flood was caused by a Cloud burst near Johnstown. By the wrecking a train the 10th the mexican Central Railroad near Chihuahua Max four persons were killed and Twenty five were injured. The ninth annual conclave the knights the patriarchal Circle was opened in Chicago the 10th. The rumours the 10th that Jake Kilrain had the train which was carrying him to his Home in Baltimore we Ere unfounded. He was sick and Sor however and evidently suffered severely. Sullivan and i party fled from new Orleans by special train to escape arrest John Kelly a hanged the 10th at Canandaigua n. Y., for the murder Eleanor Shea at Geneva november 6, 1888. Julia Gardiner Tyler second wife sex president John Tyler suddenly in the Exchange hotel at Richmond va., the loth from a congestive chill she was sixty nine years age. By Shcop j. H. Mache Beuf prelate Colorado at Denver the 10th after a Short illness he was seventy Aeron years age. The arguments in the Case Martin Burke arrested at Winnipeg for complicity in tha Cronin murder in Chicago were concluded the loth and judge Bain signed an order for the prisoners extradition. Or Langtry the actress was seriously ill the 10th at Long Branch n. J., and fears were entertained that she might not recover. A sexier train the Central Vermont Railroad was ditched the 10th by a washout near Brandon. It and a dozen passengers were a Jared none them seriously. Edward Colton was arrested the 10th at Providence amp i for embezzling #10,000 from Green Anthony a co., wholesalers foot Wear. It was announced the 10th that the National Encampment the grand army the Republic at Milwaukee in August would be simply a business meeting with no Parade display and a very limited attendance As the railway companies had refused to make stipulated rate a rain storm the 10th near Greena Burg. A caused great damage to crops and High water carried away buildings and Bridge Thi expenditures no to the 10th for Relief in the Conemaugh Valley Johnstown and Vicinity aggregated #1,700,000. Thia included disbursements the state in the abatement Noisa noes and the payment the military detailed to staff and police duty. The number Parsons to be fad had varied from a maximum 31,950 to present comm leery Roll 7,800, John l. Is Kino. Sullivan rests the championship from Jake Kilrain. The latter Defeated in a seventy Fiva in Oulu Hattie at Richburg he proves himself More a sprinter than a pugilist. Details the fight. New Orleans july 9. A the Rulman Kilrain fight occurred monday Rooming at Richburg miss103 Miles Distant from new Orlean won in the seventy fifth round neither the combatants was seriously injured although Kilrain was very weak at the close. Kilrain won the first fall and first blood. Sullivan got the first Knock Down. The time was two hours and eighteen minute about 3,000 persons John l. Sullivan. Were present the first information the result was brought to new Orleans by a special train which made the run 113 Miles in Throe hours and ten minutes. Kilrain was the first to shy his Castor in the ring. He a seconded by Charlie Mitchell and Mike Donovan John Murphy bottle Holder. Sullivan followed a minute later and was roundly cheered. His seconds were William Muldoon and Mike Cleary Daniel Murphy Boston bottle Holder. Pat Kenrik new Orleans was suggested for referee by Kilrain and John Fitzpatrick also new Orleans by . After slight wrangling Fitzpatrick was mutually agreed for referee. Kilrain won the toss for position and selected the Northeast Corner taking Tho Southwest. Just before time was called Kilrain stepped Over to Bulliv. N and proffered to Wager #1,0u0 the result which was promptly accepted by and the Money placed in referee fit get Ald s hand. At 10 10 the men took their positions and just then the sheriff the county appeared and formally in the name the state commanded ail present to observe Jass re Baix. The peace. He then retired this being All the action he was authorized to take at this stage the proceeding there was no further movement the part the authorities toward interfering with the fight when the men had stripped a superiority in the matter size and mus Cular development was at once apparent As the Sun Wras clouded when the fight began there was no advantage to either in respect to position. The following is a Brief account the fight by rounds the fight. First round time called at 10 10. Kilrea n made a vicious pass at with his right Landing the left the neck. Both clinched and Kilrain gained the fait second fainted with his left which Kilrain dodged. A Clinch followed. Sullivan throwing Kilrain heavily. Third Kilrain rushed in and clinched avoiding the Clinch and dealing Jake a Short Arm blow in the neck. Sullivan followed with blows the neck and rib Kilrain struck twice below the Belt. Cries foul not allowed. Fourth Kilrain led Landing lightly. A Clinch followed top. Fifth Kilrain began sparring for wind. Sullivan rushed and gained a buttock lock but Kilrain broke away John leading and Landing the Neok. Jake Here began Mitchell s tact is retreating All around the ring. Kilrain landed s neck Cross countering heavily the head. K brain went Down in his Corner. Sixth Short armed fighting was indulged in Kilrain attacking Johns ribs and gaining first bipod by a blow the left ear. Seventh appeared bleeding. He landed Kilraine a face gaining first Knock Down. Eighth�?Sull. led Kilrain countering slightly doing no damage. Kilrain again went Down to avoid punishment. Ninth led with his left Jake countering slightly and returning with interest Kil Raluy a ribs. The latter again went to grass. Tenth Kilrain rushed at John and was met by a heavy one the jaw falling heavily. Eleventh rushed the fighting Kilrain going Down to avoid punishment. Twelfth Btl rate rushed and clinched trying to throw John but failed. Kilraine a blows lacked strength the round ending with John clinching and throwing Jake heavily. Thirteenth i Sutvan landed pm Kilraine a ribs the latter playing for the stomach striking foul blows repeatedly. John returned the jaw and a by Kilrain slipping Down to avoid punishment. In this round Kilrain badly spiked s left foot. Fourteenth Kilrain again started around the ring the round ending with a Clinch in which slipped going Down under Tho rope. Fifteenth fainted Kilrain retreating and following him All Over the ring finally Landing a roaster the rib in the rally that ensued Kilrain went Down to avoid punishment. Sixteenth Kilrain landed s ribs John countering Kilrain again going Down. Seventeenth a slight exchanges Kilrain going Down without a blow. Eighteenth Btl rate went Down without receiving amp blow and claimed foul. Not allowed. Nineteenth both sparring for wind finally Landing Kilraine a rib the latter entering and went Down from a Light return the Bead. Twentieth sul Iiran hit Kilrain a roaster la the rib Krain going Down. Twenty first Kilrain landed a stomach a Aliivaa returning the neck and Kilrain again resorted to bugging Landing Kilraine a jaw the latter falling. Twenty second landed Kilraine a rib the latter going to Earth. Twenty third sul Iiran had to Chase Kilrain around the ring. The round ended with a Clinch top. Twenty fourth began by trying to get in a Knock out Kilrain hugged and finally fell without being hit Twenty Firth landed Kilraine a rib and repeated the dose a Tain when Kilrain Feu As Soal Twenty Ait he fainted and Kilrain rapidly retreated. Kilrain landed lightly a Luvae bugged and weal Down. Twenty seventh both sparring for wind Kilrain Landing s jaw and clinching. Sauvao knocked Kilrain flown in the latter cow. Round Johnson offered to would Wini Britt amp next ten rounds were but a repetition the former one getting the Best them All and Landing several heavy blows Kilrain s Side and the latter falling to avoid further punishment. Thirty ninth a followed Kilrain around the ring calling to the referee to make him stand and fight. Kilrain went Down without being struck and claimed a foul which was not allowed. Fortieth landed heavy Btl Rains rib the latter ending the round by falling. Forty first slight exchanges and Kilrain fell to Avo d punishment forty second opened heavily. Hard in fighting followed k brain going Down from a Light blow Sull. stumbling Over him and Kiir Aln s seconds made claims foul which the referee would not allow. Forty third landed Kilraine a ribs and after a few passes Kilrain went Down without receiving a blow. Sullivan himself appealed to the referee claiming a foul not allowed. Forty fourth As soon As he reached the Center the ring began com Ting freely and it looked As if his stomach was weakening. Kilrain asked him to make the fight a draw but refused and responded with a heavy blow k Ira no a rib knocking him Down. Forty fifth smashed Kilrain in the ribs then landed his jaw knocking him Down and stamping him. A loud claim foul was not allowed. The seconds Kilrea if knew their Man must lose after this round unless a Chance blow could save him. Sullivan Alibi ugh slightly winded was Able to Deal Sledge Hammer blows and Kilrain was becoming weaker. His blows had no strength in them and his left Side was evidently g ving him considerable pain. He pursued his usual tactics retreating whenever advanced and the jeers the crowd became More and More marked. Forty even the Kilrain landed Oil still Ithna to stomach countering the ribs with his right. A Clinch followed Bull falling heavily k brain s body the latter a seconds claiming a foul. Pony Moore accused referee Fitzpatrick having Money Tho result Aud the latter called Moore a liar. In the forty eighth and forty ninth rounds k brain fell to avoid punishment. Fiftieth led vigorously Kilrea n returning lightly and running away following and begging Kilrain to fight. The latter went Down from a slight blow. Kilrea ii would smile but there was a Ghast Liness in i assumed Good humor that wa3 painful to witness. His strength was surely going and none knew it better than Kii Fuin. From the fifty first to the fifty snug round Hll rain resorted to retreating tactic to the disgust the crowd going Down repeatedly without a blow to avoid punishment. In the sixtieth round Kilrain went Down without receiving a blow and loud cries a a foul were heard every Side but disallowed. In the sixty fifth bet 1500 to 50 that could not Fine a take. R try six Tbs Kilrain led viciously with the right but missed. Sull fainted then led Landing slightly Kilrain Down. Sixty seventh Kilrain retreating followed and knocked him under the ropes with a left handed in the rib bitty a eighth ended the round by knocking Kilrain Down with several upper and under cuts. Sixty ninth Kilrain was knocked Down with a severe right hander Tho jaw. Seventieth a Kilrain very weak Landing repeatedly. Kilrain tried to throw by catching him by the leg then slipped and fell seventy first a Kilrain growing weaker rented and ran away finally knocking h m Down with a fierce blow the ribs. Seventy second forced the fighting leading and Landing slightly several times Kilrain again going Down to avoid punishment. Seventy third Kilrain retreated All around the ring. The round ended with Kilrain going Down to avoid punishment. Seventy fourth Kilrain led Landing slightly . The former finally went Down with a slight blow seventy fifth Kilrain went Down with a slight blow in the jaw and was cautioned by the referee. When time talked for the seventy sixth round m Tchell ran Over to s Corner and asked if he would give Kilrain a present provided he would throw up the sponge. Sul-1, generously answered a to a rss i will a but Mike ponoyar., Aseng the condition his pm Cipal and to save him further threw up the sponge and had again proven his title As Clamp Ofifi 8f the world. The Only merits were a slight Cut under the right Eye and another the left ear. K brain s body showed the effect s blows and he was bleeding at the ears nose and Mouth. Both men were hurriedly conveyed to the train by their Friend and give i. Attention. Sullivan a Scundi Tifi was Superior to kill Ais a the latter looking As if he had been overstrained. At no time excepting Whon s stomach gave evidence weakness was there a doubt As to the final result the fight. Kilrea n was toeing the Buratz a when Donovan threw up the by big. H8 protested that he was Able to continue but Donovan said there was no sense in standing up to be knocked Down. The Defeated Man was bundled up and hurried to a Carriage and driven to the train. bitterly bemoaned his Fate and actually wept All his friends stuck to him and cheered him up except. Mitchell who seem be adv to chagrined and held aloof. Sullivan and his party also hurried to Tho train in a Carriage and the two parties were soon their Way to new Orleans. Kilrain seemed to suffer Menoid 1 than physically. He said he had whipped twice but was unable to follow tip his advantage. He said he could not understand what was the matter. in emed Able to stand punishment but would not inflict any. He Felt almost As if he had been drugged. He could so a Thal did not Ion this blows. Donovan Stevenson and others sponged Kilrain and gave him draughts whisky and water while he was talking. They comforted him As much As possible and though they had every reason to a Tel Blue Over the result they did not let him notice their regret Donovan said to the reporters that the heat and exercise had done race than the blows to exhaust Kilrain. Kilrain s face did not betray the great punishment he had received. He bad a cat under his nose Are sufi both lips and his left Eye was slightly discoloured and swollen. His right hand had been injured by a blow a head and his left instep had been Cut by the Spike a shoe he received terrible punishment about the ribs and doubtless suffered pain but he gave no notice to his agony. He said he bad not been properly trained and that he was not in condition when h8 entered the ring. He would work and get some Money together again he said and would Onoe More make a trial for the championship. He was willing to fight again. Kilrain Laid Down the seat and coat being placed Over him he soon fell asleep. When the train was crossing the trestle about eighteen mile from the City Mitchell for the first time entered the car. Kilrain awoke shortly after this and reproached Mitchell for the condition he Kilrain was in when he entered the ring. Mitchell attributed Kilrain s defeat to Ite being one his off Day a number sporting men who had seen Kilrain in training seemed to think that he had been tampered with a they had never seen him hit so feebly before Johnny Murphy said it was not Bat the son which knocked Jake Oak i Iraln a condition was mysterious and he had been overstrained. Prof. Butler declared that he had announced his belief in Kilrain and he had stuck to him through thick and thin. Mitchell had dropped him like a dog when the fight went against him but this would not be the Case with Hia other Friend when the train reached the station at the head Presa Street two carriages were procured for the Kilrain party and Kilrain Donovan Stevenson Murphy Butler Mitchell and Pony Moore were driven Uptown. Kilrain was Given a russian Bath after which be retired to rest a lighting was the Moat scientific he he Ever done. He abandoned Hia old Rushing tactics Hus banded his strength kept Cool and seemed to recognise mid respect the merits Hia adversary while maintaining abundant Confidence in Hia own abilities it was evident that h6 had a Good Reserve Force which would by been available had Kilrain been in condition to compel him to do his Best in an interview said he would never enter the ring again under any consideration. He said Kilrain had made a Good fight and had thumped him More effectively than any one he had Ever fought with before. Sullivan dislocated a knuckle Bone the first Finger this left hand Early in the fight and he Bays that he had to make the rest the tight almost single handed. Charlie Mitchell says he will Challenge to fight for #5,000 aside in America within three four month a a Parsons Davies says Kilrain made a game fight but was never in better form thanks to Muldoon s training. A nature gave Baltimore md., july 9.�?the wife Jake Kilrain the pugilist received the following dispatch from her husband monday night a nature gave out am not Hurt a Charlie Mitchell sent these words by Telegraph to his wife who is stopping with Kilrain a we Are a a Parsons Davies sent the following to mrs. Kilrain a Jake is conquered but not Dis interest abroad. London july 9. A the interest shown in the Kilrain fight however great in new York and Boston can scarcely Excel that manifested Here in the heart Lon Don 4,000 Miles Distant from the Battleground. Dense crowds surrounded the newspaper office and every scrap news from the fight was eagerly received. John l. Sulvan. John l. Sullivan was born october 15, 1858, and is consequently nearly 31 years age. He was born in Boston both his parents being Irish immigrants from fighting county Kerry. He stands 0 feet 10 $ inches in his Stock nos and when out training is Good for 23i to tends the scale thoroughly his tight ing weight is put at 195 Pound but 200 is Nehrer the Mark. Sullivan a first formal match was with Joe Goss id the Ftping 188. won it in three minutes. Soon afterwards he whipped George Rooke in seven minutes. The following Winter he went to Cincinnati and fought John Donaldson for a purse t 00. This took ten rounds and a total Twenty Minnite. A Quot a week a Ter he knocked out Steve Taylor in Short order at Harry Hills u new York. By that time he a i begun to attract attention Ard a regular fight bras arranged by tween him and John flood for a purse ,00i. With kid gloves. Sullivan trained carefully for the fight meaning to win if possible. Tho Bathe occurred a Barge in the Hudson near Yonker in May 1881, und was finished in eight round with a total sixteen actual fight ing. After the fight with flood Wen an exhibition tour. At each place an offer 450 was made to the Man who a build stand Btu fore Himfy a four rounds with regulation Glove a a. A number face opted the offer but he stopped them All inside three rounds. Finally a Battle was arranged with the Champion americ Paddy Ryan. The stakes were 15,000, and How the tight re suited every body knows. It took place in l88i at m Sis Sipat i tar mis had Ryan whipped from the Start and ii took Only nne rounds and ten minutes actual fighting to wrestle the championship from him. After his fight with Ryan agreed to Stop any Man in the world in four rounds with gloves for Feit 11,000. The first Man who accepted the offer a j my Elliott they met at Washington Park new York City july 4, 1865 and before the third Rolind was Over Elliott Wae knocked senseless. Then Richard k. Fot induced tug Wilson to come from Leicester England to face the Champ . They met at Madison Square Garden july it. Wilson stayed with him the for Rte a ends re Ufa no away falling Down and getting out reach. Tho receipts were 120,000 and Wilson got half them. March 19, 1883, a testimonial Benefit was tendered at mechanics building in Boston at which 15,000 people Wirg present and which netted him f20,00d. In the following May he twiet cd horse Mitchell in a four round Glove contest at Madison Quaro Larden new York. He had Mitchell whipped at the beginning the third round. August 7 he met Herbert Slade at the same place and had no trouble a putt no him to sleep in three round in sept tiber la still it Dii etarta8 out Quot a tour the country making a standing offer at 11,000 to the Man wild could stand before Hijii for feb str to Bra a to Imit rounds with soft aloes. In Luis to a he met some fifty different in and Defeated them All. Of no vember 10, 181he and John f. Laflin had a go in Madison Square Garden for the entire Gate receipts. Sui knocked Lafin out time in three rounds. The next weak a the same place be met Al Greenfield bib i Hongham �rig., ref to a a . had him whipped when the police std ppm a them in the second round and the referee the fight. In january again met Greenfield in bos whipped him in four rounds later i�?Tadd1 Afao end Wui Hyra again faced each other in mad son Square Gar Den they had Only been boxing thirty seconds when the pot ire took it upon themselves to take part in the affair and compelled Sheffi to Stop and the match was therefore called a draw. In june 188\ the Champion met Jack Burke a Chicago and though to was not Well at the time he knocked him out in the fifth Roumel the Lei Dot Nianick challenged him to a Public six-w>n3d. Batty with globes Nev Friet it Chester Park cd in cd final. Ecu affray saved himself by falling without being hit and hugging All he could but the referee awarded the fight. Before that Mccaffrey had bested Charley Mitchell in a four round Content. For the Nch to Eeor to r1m d a Little sparring travelling Ifasi the time with a theatrical company. In �688 he again started a sparring Toter the United states. Thai first Man Whoie he Tibet was Frank Herald he put him to sleep ii one round in Allegheny City. In november that year he knocked out Paddy Ryan in san fran Cilwa. In january 1-Wfi a had it six round contest with Patsy Cardiff at Miti Neapolis he broke his right in the first round but staid with Cardiff the remaining five and had Tho Best it when the fight was a draw. A let Vitse a broken wrist Laid nun up Tor several Mont a after it had entirely healed he again went the Road giving exhibit . A year up ago went to add gave i hit in inns Tiete. In March last year he met Charlie Mitchell in a Barc fast contest in France. Sullivan injured h s right Arm so badly Early a the fight that disabled but Mitchell could tuft Knott him to to to and Tae fight was finally declared a draw. Jake Kilrain. Kilrain whose True name by the Way is John Jacob Killion was born at Greenport Columb a county n. Y., february 9, 18�?~i9. His parents were both Irish. His Mother a few Days a in be in Baltimore. Kilrain spent a per tin h s youth in a rolling Mill in 8om Merville. Mas., and it was there that he developed a love Flor athletic sport there god a flood maj boxers in the Mill who ridiculed the country boy. A Folfier to de fend himself from Insu t he Learned to Box. In the course a year k Lrata whipped for Bis Torme Teri dad established his reputation to Hallof. In the w enter 1883 Kilrain started out As a professional St and obtained a situation in the Bolion Tribb club a assistant instructor in boxing. While in this employ he met and Defeated Tho coloured pugilist George Godfrey and fought a draw with Jem Goode. He next tackled Charlee Mitcheli the gloves. Which contest also resulted in a draw. Then came an encounter with Mike Cleary who is training John l. Sullivan at Tho present time. After meeting Jack Burke in a Glove contest which we stopped by the police Kilrain Weot to bag me., and almost killed Jerry Murphy. William , the prussian was next disposed in two rounds by Young Kilrain. During the year 1886 Drain fought Herald and knocked him insensible in one round. Denny Killeen was knocked Down seven t Mes in the Quarter an hour he faced Kilrain. Jack Ashton was Defeated by k brain after a Bard fought Battle Long Island a close decision and Joe Lannon wag disposed in thirteen rounds. About this time Kilrain attracted the attention r Chard k. Fox who put up #l�0 with the new York Clipper and offered to Back Kilrain against for #5,000 110,000 and the championship the world together with the Diamond Belt. Sullivan refused to fight and referring contemptuously to the a dog Collar a voluntarily relinquished it to Kilrain who technically a been known since a the Champion the world although it is not recognised As a Verity by a Large number sporting men. Kilraine a claim being disputed by Jem Smith Champion England a match was made for #10,000 a Sirle and the affair resulted a a draw. We a Queen Victoria has donated �50 to the sufferer the Railroad Accident near tfx Nair. and recently. Awarded 1885, he ton and a free the new York flood. Further details the disaster at Johnstown a four dead bodies recovered a ten person missing the property los heavy ruin at other place. Albany n. Y., july 11.�?a special to the Union from Johnstown n. Y., says a fifteen persons were carried Down the Cay Detta Creek. Four bodies have been re coveted. Heavy Rains choked streams and flooded districts. Schriever a Large Mill in this place was carried away. Twenty people were ferry Street Bridge when the Arch fell into the Rushing torrent Wilich was filled with wreckage and humanity. Cries for help alarmed the residents. Chief Mcdonald with president Northrup the Village. Police Justice Anderson and others organized a searching expedition. Lanterns were procured and parties went along the Stream with ropes to assist in the Rescue. One person was seen splashing and plunging in the water near the Johnstown Fonda a Gloversville Railroad Bridge one Quarter a mile Down Stream. As he floated past those the Shore he cried a for god s Sake help Kle he was swept by in the current so close to to c Shore that a Man who was in a boat secured to a pile wreckage got hold him but owing to the filet current was unable to hold him and he Wax Rcpt under the floating Driftwood. Two other persons came Down a moment later clinging to a Plank and shouting for help but were swept out sight below the Railroad Bridge. At 4 a m. The body Burt fipe Edwall 15 years Tab was Teo overed from the debris at this place Art he later Albert cd Kely was pulled out from under1 the Driftwood. Soon after the body Aman named Treadwell was found in the same Placo. At 9 a to the body Charles Frear 55 year age a Carpenter was uncovered from under the wreck at Eva Lse Fri Illif the bodies Are badly bruised. Ten persons ate missing. Peter Evin a Stone Mason says he went Down with fifteen others and was carried under the ferry Street Bridge but succeeded in getting out below. He was bruised about the face. Purdy ase tee sued two men named Nellis and Vosburgh by Means ropes. Citizens Are engaged in removing the Fec Kaufl Schriever s in ill near the depot where they think other bodies have been lodged the ferry Street bring to consisted an Trch spanning the entire Widell the Stream. It is upon one the pm Alk walks that the i it eople a re standing when the Arch was carried away. Roh Riever s Large Mill is entirely wrecked and will entail a loss #10,000. There arc several Fem la building in the Village which Are partially ruined their foundations being undermined. Many the Bridges country a teds along the Valley Are gone. Rome the Helde Grain Are partially covered with water. Tuesday afternoon during the heaviest part the storm main and Bleecker streets in were hooded with water. The new pave vhf fit in Bleecker Street was torn up for several a locker. A nmn Ber residences in the upper part the town Are entirely surrounded by water. Tho foundation Walls a new Stone building now in course construction Orton main Street Gloversville were partly carried a was. Rivera i Small buildings Are partially in irked their foundations being undermined. Matiy the Bridges country roads along the Valley Are gone and some held Grain Are partially Cov ered with water the lbs i to property at Gloversville will probably be red by #3,000. It is quite Likely that #30,000 will Oover All the damage wrought by the a Tofill Amsterdam it. July water poured dowry the a tidies Safe term and Small creeks leading from the roads to Johnstown from Thia City uproot Ner Trees spoiling All crops and destroying farm ficus Msj Burns Etc. A barn belonging to John petting ii was carried through Putnam a Creek one the swollen streams to an arched Culvert Over which the Kew York Central Railroad at tribes Hill runs and acted As a Dara Over which the roaring Waters rushed washing out All four tracks the Central for a distance 1,000 feet and laying waste valuable farm land the South Side the track. The damage to the Central Hai Road company alone at this Point w ill teach 2 >00fl the Utica k Little Falls wrecking screws ret rho pts from the wreck at hoffmans a arrived at the we hot Carlr in the svening after experiencing some us Mchulty in passing a slight washout about one mile tribes Hill at the latter Point the water coining the Tel Mah Branch Putnam Dreek. Which flows through land. Of Aaron Pepper and the work de exd Tom at this plate reminded one the destruction at the Johnstown Umito. Or. Putnam s smoke House was hurl a c 4�i�tanee Twenty feet and landed against the stable which gave Way under the Force a. D collapsed. Or. Putnam a crops were in fir Elfe destroyed. His loss will be #10,000. Fea Tirui Etc in v Ennik to Vania. Greens bub pa., july ii. A Lidi the most that Ever occur idd in this Section passed Over the Northern and the county wednesday evening about 4 Tivi fill pain fall in torrents and the creeks for Miles around the mining lid go f rrb try a overflowed and crops we he at. Haf tied Bata Wero carried Down the streams fld Walter crab tree and Thorn Creek Al were the most damaging. Trees were uprooted w their course and buildings situated their ban her been swept away. Every Bridge both Drdek from crab tree to Zaltsberg has been carry a a away and two three Hundred Yards the Tab Ltee Branch Railroad has been completely washed out to live have As fret Bueti reported la Kef a Hail storm followed and a most disastrous to the Corn crop and it is thought to be entirely destroyed the Stone embraced an area about thirty Miles and in Many places the wheat which had been Edio the Farmers in the morning was carried Dot the Stream in Shock at Salem and at five Points and All along the Royal Hanna Creek the damage is great. The loss will run up into thousands Dollar. It is believed the flood was caused by a cloudburst inasmuch As it was con tiny a to that narrow limit the rain Here being very Light the crab tree Railroad is a Branch the Pennsylvania Road and it 18 thought the full extent the damage to the Road has not yet been Tola As it runs for a distance the Flat below where the washout was observed the water is now falling with 70,000. j. Newald a Hort dealer Chippewa fall we disappear. Milwaukee. July .-a dispatch to the Sentinel from Chippewa Falls says a great commotion has been created Here by the disappearance l j. Newald a Well known dealer in horse flesh who it a claimed a Large sum Money in his Possession a Nice has been obtained in one Way another from business associate _ it in claimed that he left july 5, but the few who became aware his departure kept quiet and it was not made pub lie till to Day. The a mount to took is Vart Ousby estimated and some estimates Are As High As #70,000. The Farmer s Friend.0o8h.s, ind. July Al prot t. M. Web. Eter Purdue University has been in this locality the last few Days inspecting the Fields affected by a the Green he declares that he finds Small Black bugs following and destroying the Midge and that j the work the pest will soon be stopped by the new arrival Many bodies Bee Evered. Pams july the inquiry into the recent mine disaster a Etienne has re suited in establishing the fact that the explosion was due to the negligence a maa who failed to notice the presence fire Damp altogether 108 bodies Hay been in a at Avail Fratin Kef i no vexed veterans. The g. A. It. Milwaukee in a Hail Way no Parade display to be made a it mme to obtain a in it a Bate from the . Member Are and valued to Tuy at Horn. A Only a Busl nes meeting will be held. Milia Ukko july 11.�?the National Encampment the grand army the to Public at Milwaukee in August will be simply a business meeting with do Parade display and a very limited attendance. Tho department commanders had asked the Railroad companies for a rate a no cent a i e for the Comrade Aud gave the corporations until wednesday to accede to these terms. A meeting was held which was attended by commanders Martin Illinois Weissert Wisconsin Barto Minnesota and Davis Nebraska when it was determined to adhere to previous action to advise the old soldiers not to attend Tho Encampment As the Railroad companies declined to make the stipulated rate. Letters were received from commanders Brown Michigan Travis Indiana. Melton Kentucky Aud Smith Iowa and from the department commanders Missouri and Kansas endorsing and advising the action which a taken. All the department commander stood firmly by the proposition made tuesday last week to the effect that Tho rate should be one cent a mile they would Issue orders to have Only delegates go to the convention and discourage the attendance All others. In conformity with the decision made adjutant general Partridge the department Illinois has made the draft an order to to issued by general Martin department commander to the Comrade in Thi state. It recites the circumstances Fud expresses the disappointment the department commander in not being permitted to March at the head Tho largest department turnout which Ever attended an Encampment it further says however that the dignity the members the grand army prevents them from attending this Encampment. It w As the old soldiers is added who made it possible for Railroad companies to offer reduced rates to any organization and to be discriminated against is unfair and Una fast other commanders will Issue similar orders in their respective departments. Romo Railroad companies have sent correspondence indicating an inclination to recede Groin their position if communications afe addressed to them separately Ami not to the traffic association but the publication the proceedings tuesday s meeting and Tho order department commander will practically kill the ? Tylef dead. Audited demine a hotel at Rich owl. A. Or the widow the sex for widest Richmond va., july 11. A Rex pres Quot Dent Joh i Tyler at the Exchange hotel wednesday evening from a congestive Cleill be returned from a visit to her son Lyon g. Tyler at Williamsburg sunday and was intending to leave monday to visit another son but was taken ill Ami in a Hort time. Rhe leaves four children Lyon . Tyler president William and Mary College Virginia a Gardiner g. Tyler Charles City county . Nicklan Tyler Washington and mrs. William Ellis Montgomery county. Mrs. Tyler was the second wife the sex president. She was born Gardiner a Island new York and first met her husband in 1844 while visiting Washington with her father. At the invitation the president they attended a a Leastle excursion Down the Potomac the War Steamer Princeton during which her father was killed by the bursting a gun. His body was taken to the White House and miss Gardiner was thrown a great Deal into the society the president owing to the Peculiar circumstances attending her fathers death. President Tyler s first wife had shortly after he entered the a Hite House and be paid miss Gardiner marked a to top which resulted in their marriage in new York City june 1844. For the Suc ceding eight months president Tyler s term she presided Over the White House with tact Grace and dignity. After March 4, 1845, mrs. Tyler retired with her husban.1 to these til a i their country place a Sherwood the Banks the James River. Virginia she Rema Ned in Virginia until after the civil War few husband having about the beginning the strife and then went to reside at her Mother s residence Castleton h la Staten Island after several years rest Dence there she removed to Richmond. \ a., where she . Mrs. Tyler a roman Catholic in religion _ train wreck in Mexico two persons killed outright and Twenty five seriously in tired. Tit paso tex., july ii. A the regular passenger train the mexican Central Railroad which left in Hso Del Norte at 6 clock monday evening was wrecked five mile this Chihuahua by the giving Way a Bridge two people a third clan passenger and a Wells cargo amp co. Guard were killed outright and Twenty five paen Gers injured. Conductor Jerry Hullivan has four ribs broken and the newsboy had his leg broken in two places the baggage car and third class coach were telescoped. _ Tho train had been running slow All night in anticipation washouts and having passed the dangerous places was travelling at a Rapi rate to make up lost time., there had been Tio Fain where the Accident occurred but the underpinning the Bridge had been washed out by a torrent caused by a cloudburst in the Mountain. Nineteen people were taken to the Hospital at Chihuahua a cd it is reported that two have since . The Railroad people Are very reticent about the Accident held for extradition. Judge Bain Winnipeg derided to deliver Martin Burke to the Chicago Antho Rhiew a an Appeal taken leggs dented bail. A a we a in Peck Man., july 11. Martin Burke will be taken to cd Leago. Judge Bain has held him for extradition and a warrant was made out in rendering the judgment his lordship said he would hesitate to commit the prisoner to a jury the evidence submitted but he was Only committing him for trial to hoped Burke could explain his action when he got Back to Chicago. An Appeal to the full court will be made. Chicago july it judge Tuley yesterday morning in a lengthy decision denied tha application John f. Beggs for a writ Hareas Corpus. Beggs is the Well known attorney suspected complicity a the Cronin murder. Cotton seed Oil. The kudu try experiencing a great Boom a Many new Mills being boil Baltimore md., july 11. A there has lately been unprecedented activity in building new Cotton seed Oil Milla most which Are Independent Tow Cotton Oil Trust though the Trust has it is generally reported recently virtually secured control the Southern Oil company with its eight Large Mill the manufacturers record publishes this week a Complete list All the Cetton seed Oil Mills in the South showing 213 Mills with an aggregate capital #3u,,000, again forty Milis with a capital #3,56b,0w. In 1880. A \ Gay Lowers i record. Cleveland o., july .-Gny, the famen Black gelding owned by w. Gordon this City trotted a mile at the Glenville track wednesday afternoon in 2 11%, be ing Hia record a Quarter a Minuto. Guy has been barred from the grand circuit races because his Speed and is now being trained for fast Miles during the summer. A a a a a extra hessian talk. Washington july la no one longer doubts that there will be an extra session Congress called for november Lut president has told several people within that last few Days that he should Call them Baci Here a a october

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