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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 27, 1895, South Haven, MichiganYol. 29 Tobago is now grown in forty two states and territories but nearly half the crop come from Kentucky Virginia Ohio North Carolina Tennes i Pennsylvania and Connecticut tax american copy poems a Tamer Lane now Sells for #2,800, and it has been bound in a $600 cover. It was recently owned by a firm publishers who would probably hate charged Poe 9600 for printing it Japan use postmen whose routes carry them into the country use bicycles. Their wheels Are made by local manufacturer who have appropriated improvements from both British and japanese manufacturers. A Mas in one the Maine cities who admired the dandelion Blossom for s boutonniere has made the Dis much to his sorrow that the him an covery much to is sorrow 1 pollen that Blossom give aggravated Case Hay fever. Whittier s first poem these Boyish lines have been transmitted through the memory it an elder sister a by a roust i always Svatas and help to fill the my King a stat i wish to go away to school 1 do not wish to be a fool. Gov. Morton new York has contributed a pen to a collection that is being gathered at the Home mrs. Marv 01. Hunt Boston. The pens in this collection have All been used by governors states in signing Temperance education a dvrs. My the bicycle has been accused a Good Many things the latest is that it is the cause a heavy decline in the Sale a great Deal summer literature the Flash novels that flourish in the hot Days when that port stuff Bells Best if there is anything in this theory it is a Strong Point in favor the wheel. The new York journal Commerce estimates that if the whole Power the volume water passing Over Niagara Falls could be utilized it would equal the Power that could be generated Dally by the Coal All the Coal mines worked by Man. Only a Small fraction the no Mara Power is utilized by the canal recently completed. The Interior departmental 11 Ashing ton is now successfully operating its own Telephone system. Every head Bureau division has upon his desk a movable apparatus consisting receiver and transmitter and it is but an instant s work to Call up the Central office located in the building and run by one operator and get connection with any other official. See Ora i Cousin a chilian lady mature age and with an income 9200,000,000 a year is about to visit this country. She will first land in new York where compared with her the Multi millionaires Are Little better than paupers. She is a widow simple tastes and Learned Only the subject mines and Ranche a the source her fabulous wealth. The venerable John Ruskin was asked recently whether parents ought to leave fortunes to their children and tersely replied a when they Are Strong throw them out the nest As the Bird does. But let the nest always be open to it has been said Ruskin that late he has been losing his faculties the other hand he seems to have preserved them remarkably. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. In the United 8tates the total production pig Iron in the first half 1895 was 4,087,658 Gross Tona against $,717,993 urns in the first half 1894. Is the seven Days ended the 19th, there were 259 business failures in the United states against 253 the week Previ is and 23� in the corresponding time in 1894. For the murder Lena Gross november 19 last James l travers negro was hanged St m Ashington. At the leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 19th aggregated $1,030,030.049, against $1,140,243,096 the previous week. The increase compared with the corresponding week in 1894, was 20.0 at order by the president places employees All pension agencies under civil service rules. The presidents third baby has been named Marion. In que United states the visible Supply Grain the -2d was. Wheat 40,483,000 bushels Coyn 5.941,-l 000 bushels Oats 5,137,000 bushels i Rye 148,000 bushels Barley 58,000 bushels. The reports As to the conditions crops throughout the country made by a the directors the different shiite weather services say they were in Fine condition. _ the East. A percentages the baseball clubs in the National league for the week ended the 20th were Baltimore .597 Cleveland .590 Pittsburgh .583 Boston .574 Cincinnati .562 Chicago .544 Philadelphia. .636 new York Brooklyn .529 Washington Louis .360 Louisville .197. Henry Clark and Sedgwick Saunders were instantly killed at a Grade crossing the w est Jersey Road Vineland n. Below Niagara Falls mrs. Graham Buffalo fell u0 feet into the rocks but broke no Bones. In Baltimore the annual meeting the Baptist Young Peoples Union came to an end with services in 108 churches in that City. Peter Roche Nelson Trudeau Louis Tatro and Oliver Dudley were killed by an engine at a railway crossing near Williamstown. Mass. Frank and Fred Sunbeam and . Fred Sunbeam and two other persons were drowned by the capsizing a sail boat at Brooklyn n. l. Walden cashier the Din be savings Bank at Willimantic. Conn., was said to have disappeared with 930,000 the Banks funds. In Philadelphia James lower and his son John t. Were instantly killed by coming in Contact with an electric Light wire. A. A wealthy Frienda mrs. Kate Chase Sprague in new York and other cities have raised a sum sufficient to maintain her in Comfort for the rest her life. Flames wiped out the Gould Coupler works at Buffalo n. Y., the lows being about $200.000. At the age 77 years Alexander h. Rice Boston died at Melrose Masa. Member a a murres Toui Roteth Hayen says he a a built. The firm is off. Barmy a co., retail clothing and furnishings in i get Troik m ich., failed for #105,000. The Utica mine at Angel s Camp Cal which had been yielding 9500,000 Worth Gold every month was damaged by fire to the extent 1360,006 in Milwaukee Louis Schmidt jr., a local pugilist received a blow in a fight with Frank Klein from which he died. Mart r Cha Tell a widow 64 year age was shot and killed at Delavan to by her son Charles who mistook her for a burglar. William Elsky and his wife and mrs. Thomas Elzey and miss Myers were fatally injured in a runaway near Monroe ind. At the age 90 Rev. D. Lee better known As a a father Lee died at Hennesay T. He had been for Many years a missionary among the cheyennes and Arapahoe and other tribes Indiana while temporarily insane Gibson Roland a Well known Young Farmer near Manchester la shot and killed his brother Henry also a Farmer and then shot himself. At los Angeles Cal., the Lake View land company failed for #200, xxx. Or ring a quarrel at a social party at Veich crcrx/2 27, xs95. Michigan Niatas nos Foo. Toto. 11. Coroner s jury at Toronto finds a verdict against Holmes. .535 .375 St at Union Ridge w. Va., knives razors which and revolvers were used and four men were killed and several others seriously wounded. Tus residents Batesville o., blew no with dynamite the Only Saloon in the town. Tho file Cuby and Robert b. Thompson left Chicago for a tour around the world stilts. Such a thing was never attempted before. Fob aiding and abetting a conspiracy to deprive voters their rights at the up i i tin that he murdered Alec a Ltd Elry Atefi taken for i More human Bones found in his House at Englewood. Toronto july $5 a the inquest into the murder the Pitzel children was concluded wednesday night before Coroner Johnson and a jury. Some evidence was taken and Strong and vigorous summing up was made rhe jury was out Only fifteen minutes and there was from the beginning no disagreement among them. 1 hey re turned the following verdict a that Alice Pitzel a me to her death about the 26th october in the City Toronto and that h. H. Holmes alias Mudget. Alias Howard did about the Day last aforesaid at the City Toronto unlawfully wilfully and with malice aforethought kill and murder her the said Alloe Pitzel Centra by to the peace her Sovereign lady the Queen her Crown and dignity. Coroner Johnson immediately issued his warrant Lar the apprehension Holmes. This is the first Case under the new condition criminal code in intervention the magistrate s court is unnecessary and the matter will go direct to the attorney general s department feedings will be taken at have Holmes extradited. Crown attorney Dewart said that question expense would not be considered by the Crown. He himself would immediately bring the matter before the attorney general a department. Chicago july 25.�?the Backbone . Human being was the first awful pro once to a polls in Chicago George a. A Loelzer will 1 morning s find the detectives who serve four years and Frederick storms Are at work in the Holmes building in two years in the Penitentiary. Englewood. The second find was a w. Meters and his brother James a. Water there popular Young men were shot and Teeth. Was a Bone with two Claiborn. A livery Man Over Money at hot in the wet Earth mixed with Quick Lime the men saw what appeared to be several ribs protruding. They dropped their shovels and spiders and carefully uncovered the Bones with their hands. Seven ribs were thus taken out when several sections the vertebrae and what is described As a i piece an upper jaw with two Teeth attached were found. Eleven More i the reputed ribs were taken out the place. With the ribs they found a portion a woman a jacket the jacket was a Small Bunch hair too much discoloured by the dirt to give a notion its original color. The Bones Lay a Board 20 inches 1 wide and 30�?~ inches Long and this in turn rested upon a dirt hard floor. The hard dirt underneath would indicate that it was the original floor the and that it had been filled up with about 2 feet Earth at a later period. In this filled portion Lay the Bones. Three sections the vertebrae and for the ribs were taken to the office Dri charges f. Nor Tiv sixty third Street and Wentworth Avenue. He sex killed by d. W. In a dispute Springs. Ark. It at Reece siding near Watsoon 0., masked men boarded a West bound Lake Shore a Michigan Southern express train forced open an express car and at the Ooin revolvers compelled the messenger to unlock the Safe. It was known that at least $8,000 was taken. Another fight occurred Between indians and settlers near Jackson s Hole Wya and three White men and six indians were killed. On the drainage canal near Willow Springs 111., a premature explosion dynamite killed William Kelly Joseph Smith and Thomas soaker. A receiver was named for the Bank Archie located at Archie to. Foreign intelligence. The death Stefan m. Stam Rouloff sex prime minister Bulgaria occurred at Sofia from the effects the wounds inflicted upon him by four men when be was returning to his Home from the Union club. The session the american con. Gress religion and education opened Ain Iii a them carefully and gave As his at Toronto ont 1 opinion that they were from a human during a fight the Turko Maceden Lan Frontier Between a Force insurgents and a body turkish troops the crops. They suffer from Oulu in Home to tons Well watered la others. Chicago july 35.�?the reports As to the condition crops throughout the country and the general influence weather growth cultivation and Harvest were tuesday made by the did rectors the different state weather a enriches. The reports and synopsis telegraphed to Chicago Are As follows Illinois very favourable week for Farmers heavy Rains except in Southern Section Corn Bike tin marvelous growth. Oats Harvest ending and threshing beginning Light Yiek late potatoes gardens and pastures much improved. Fruit very plentiful in Central and Southern sections. Fall blowing progressing. Wisconsin drought broken by Beavy and Well distributed showers which revived Corn and potatoes and pastures. Winter what Rye Srnel Barley All Cut in Southern and partly Cut in Northern counties threshers now at work. Oat Harvest now in Progress. Minnesota rainfall ample in South and too much in Northern half. Grain extensively lodged ripening slowly Straw Beavy. Heads generally filling Well Corn potatoes and pastures much improved. Wheat and flax Harvest just begun Hay Lyelda continue Light. Warm sunshiny weather needed. North Dakota excessive Rains and Cool weather have been somewhat injurious. Grain lodged in some place smut is appearing very rapidly. Wheat Barley and Rye being harvested. Cora doing Well. Haying in Progress with Light crop South Dakota temperature below Normal and rainfall about Normal. Fair to copious showers Over East portion greatly benefited Corn potatoes flax and grasses especially Over the drought District. Oats Harvest w Ell advanced. Wheat ripening rapidly and harvesting begun Nebraska weather tool and dry. Samsu Grain Harvest Well advanced. Corn in Southeastern Section has been damaged by drought and some few places Are practically ruined. In other sections Little if any damage has been done but More rain la generally needed Corn in southwestern Section especially Good. Iowa rainfall phenomenally heavy in two thirds state ranging from 2 to 5 inches. Rain and wind did considerable damage to unharvested Small Grain but loss is Small compared with Benefit received. Harvesting and threshing Small Grain in prograss and with a ans ask warmest week with general Rains generally has brought Corn Forward. Harvest progressing in Western counties stacking threshing and haying in Eastern. Gardens Fine Stock water and fruits abundant. Missouri heavy Rains in Central and Northern sections seriously interfered with threshing and haying and caused further damage to Grain in Shock. Oats yielding Well but much Badin damaged. Haying better than expected Corn and other growing crops doing Well. Ohio drought in Western but some improvement in Eastern half by Rains 15th and 19th. Conditions favored haying at Harvest and wheat threshing. All crops especially tobacco need More rain. Poles ripening. Indiana warm fair weather and frequent Rains were beneficial to the Corn and potatoes. Pastures and Meadows Are turning Green again. Wheat thrashing nearly ended. Oat Harvest and haying continue. Michigan showers in All sections during the week and although unevenly distributed and insufficient were immense Benefit to Corn and potatoes. Pastures very dry and afford very Little fodder. Conditions Are still generally drought. Ghastly find la a Box. A sensational find wits made at Mitchells Bay at Alcona by capt Raymond and a companion. They discovered a Small packing care floating in the water and after towing it ashore broke off the 00ver, which waa securely nailed Down. In the Box they found the legs and lower half a Many a body. They were carefully wrapped up in newspapers. The body had been chopped in two just below the ribs and the Chest head and arms were missing state Hoard health. Reports to the state Board health by sixty seven observers in different Parta the state during the week ended Only 13 show that cholera inf Antum typhoid fever and influenza increased and remit tent fever decreased in area prevalence. Consumption was reported at 170 place Scarlet fever at Twenty six typhoid fever at Twenty four diphtheria at nine measles at nine and smallpox at Detroit Olivet and Battle Creek. Forced to heave to. Ami Kab Schooner fired upon by a Spanish Chu int breakwater Del july 25.�?capt Quick the american Schooner Carrie i e. Lane upon his arrival Here wednesday night had a ule to Tell about a thrilling encounter in cuban Waters with a Spanish gunboat two shots were fired at the by the Man War and one the schooners Crew narrowly escaped being killed by one them. The vessel was made to heave to and give an account herself before being allowed to proceed. The Schooner was off Cape Antonio and making Good time before a stiff Breeze when the 14th inst she sighted a Steamer flying the Spanish Flag following her. While he was making Aphis mind what course to pursue a puff smoke curled up Over the Steamer s port Bow and a round shot whistled uncomfortably close to the schooners mainmast and plunged into the water the Lee Quarter. Capt. Quick gave the order to haul in sail and bring the Vest Sel to. While this waa being done one the Crew ran ont the Bowsprit. As he stood there the gun the Spanish warship boomed again and another shot sped its Way toward the Amer work soldiers. Goes for life. The most sensational trial Ever held _ in traverse City closed when Woodruff j Crft this time coming so close to Parmelee was sentenced to Sute prison Jer that the Sailor the Bowsprit at Jackson for the murder Julia gov ears he distinctly Felt the wind Curtis. When sentence waa pronounced a amp i amp de by its rapid flight. The prisoner exclaimed in response to the usual question that a great mistake had been made that he was not guilty murder. Parmelee waa the Lover Julia Curtis. On april 29 she was found dead from strangulation in the Woods near her Home. A Village burned. Holton Muskegon county with a population 250, was destroyed by fire. The losses were j. P. Utters d. P. James barn and hotel Kingstad a Saloon Thompsons Blacksmith shop and House. Or. Blocks office l. P. Murphy a store. The loss is r.000, with an insurance $2,000. The grist Mill two drug stores and a meat Market Are All the business buildings left a Cigar stub in origin the fire. A Baro was the accrued his brother fraud. The suit Robert g. Wenham against John c. Wenham was dismissed in the circuit court at grand rapids the ground no cause action. The parties to the suit Are Brothers. The defendant is wealthy and Robert is without Means. The suit was for $120,000, which Robert claimed was due him As the result fraud practice upon him forty years ago which fraud formed the basis Johns Fortune. The Lane soon came to a dead Stop and the gunboat Drew up under her Quarter. A boat was lowered and four i Spanish marines under the command a lieutenant in the Spanish Navy came aboard. They were Fui a armed and their Leader very civilly lifted his hat and demanded to know from what port the Lane had sailed and whither she was bound. Capt. Quick gave the required information. No further search was made and the vessel was permitted to continue her course without fur about Thor molestation. Capt. Quick says that he could not get the name the gunboat. He adds that after the first shot waa fired at the Lane he caused the stars Ancl stripes to be boosted at the Peak but the Only response the spaniards made was a second shot. The gunboat Dici not hoist her colors until after the first shot was fired. Washington july 25.�?the government officials Here have received no information in regard to the firing the Schooner Carrie e. Lane by a Spanish War vessel off Cape Antonio. The general opinion naval officers who read the report the affair As described by capt. Quick is that the spaniard did not exceed his authority the hard times in this country do not seem to have diminished the exodus americana to Europe. The a gent one the leading steamship companies says the european travel has been greater this summer than Ever before and so great is the number americans now in Europe that it is impossible for applicants to secure return accommodations the steamers before october 1, the berths having All been taken in Advance. A death from unusual circumstances is reported from Delaware county n. The other night a Fao Pef dreamed that he was bitten by a dog. In his sleep he kicked at the canine and his foot went through a window. The Glass Cut him and blood poisoning did the rest. The moral the Story if moral there is is that one either should a void the stuff that dreams Are made should be careful not to fall a sleep within kicking distance a pane Glass it is estimated that last year More than 200,000 wheels were manufactured by the different companies engaged in the production bicycles and this year with greatly increased facilities and improved machinery together with a Large increase in the number producers the product will reach nearly 400,000. What it can be next year can Only be guessed at. There is no denying that this years business has been held in Check by s positive inability to Supply the demand for wheels every description and a a result the manufacture is being greatly enlarged. The present year is Likely to have an unusual record great Marine disasters As will be seen by the following list wrecked steamers thus far port Nic theroy Rio Janeiro Harbor 120 nor see North sea 25 Init Hull English coast 26 Prescott at sea 23 Chi Cora Lake Michigan $6 Elbe North sea 332 Terceira Rio Janeiro Babor 300 Kingdon. At sea 40 Reina regents algerian coast 425 Marie eng Liah coast 20 Billiton at sea 20 Gra Vlna at Tea 168 Dom Pedro Spanish coast 103 Colima mexican coast 188 Washtenaw at sea 30 Marla p., Gulf Genoa 148. A Telegram says that Thomas Foote aged m years died recently in Bain Bridge n. Y., after a most eccentric career. When he ate beef he bellowed like a Ball and if it were Mutton he pleated like a sheep. If he ate chickens he scratched the Earth for worm due Day his father gave him some Squirrel meat whereupon he ran no a tree Waadt a trying to jump to another fall Nasi was. Filled. Either the father did mgt to give this extraordinary Ere Etc be Squirrel food a moment too soon the Story shows the effect the heated terns the average liar in the Empire state. A Oral try resident bar Minghan England who made Moat his Fortune manuf Heuring idols for the people in India Tonsa in worship is going to give s handsome sum Money after i death to help the missionaries in Pidu. Make War against idol worship. He was a member Gong re 1857 to 1865 and governor Masau Ehu setts from 1876 to 1979. A it a a the oldest resident Westchester county mrs. Cynthia Falconer Smith died at her Home in atm Ford n. Y., in her 103d year. Heavy rain flooded Over 100 houses at Connellsville pa., and thousands Coke ovens wet drowned out by the i a torrent a Tornado swept the Connellsville a Coke Region spreading destruction far and wide. Railroads were washed out delaying All traffic buildings blown to pieces hundreds cattle drowned Orchards uprooted and crops Laid waste. The total loss was estimated at $500,000. I upon arriving in new Ork the Steamer terrier reported that in a collision july 12 with the British Schooner Eagle two men two women and a child i Wese drowned. At the age 80 years b. A Cheney president the american express company died at his Home in Wellesley mass. On a bicycle Herman Frantz an artillerymen left fort Hamilton n. Y., for fort Snelling Minn. From january 1, 1895, to Date the number immigrants arriving in new York exceeds by nearly 50,000 those who arrived during the same period in 1894. West and South. A Hurricane wrecked a Camp meeting tent near Roseville o., killing mrs. Clement Wilson and Patrick Deselm and injuring several others. Benjamin Psket the famous chief who had held every important office in the gift the Choctaw nation died at his Home near Mineo Kan. Fire destroyed one the Mills the National linseed Oil company in Chicago the loss being $750,000. The report George r. Davis As director general the worlds columbian exposition was completed. It fills Twenty volumes besides the catalogue exhibits consisting nearly 2,400 Octavo pages. Fire swept away the opera House two livery barns and three four business houses in Little York 111., and Twenty horses perished in the flame. Among the negroes Lafayette and Taylor counties Rev. D. A 01111 Salee live Oak fla., reported a reign terror. He said their churches were being raided by White men congregations dispersed and pastors driven away. A Arich Gold Fields were discovered at Cooke a Inlet in Alaska. Forest fires were still doing great damage in the Pine Woods near Long flames that started in the Wright a Adams machine works at Quincy Ell destroyed $60.000 Worth property and crushed out the life Percy Hun Saker a fireman. In the United states District court at Loa Angeles Cal judge Rosa declared the Wright irrigation Law unconstitutional. This decision invalidates bands to the extent 950,000,000 that Are held All Over the United states and Europe. A flood destroyed a greater portion the business Section Biver City h. M. At a Okaoa Hole wyo., seventeen Jodi Safere killed by officers. The red men were charged with breaking a the game Laws had been made prisoners and were trying to Cacage when killed. The latter were Defeated with a loss ffc�9ien. A w the decomposed remains found in a cellar at Toronto ont were identified by mrs. R. P. Pitzel As those her two Little Girla Alice and Nellie whom she had last seen at Galva i1l, ten months ago when they were taken away by their alleged murderer h. H. Holmes off Isela Del pint at the Entrance body. ,. All the eighteen Bones thought to be ribs Lay alongside the sect Orf vertebrae and apparently were joined at one time to the Backbone. The quicklime would indicate that the rest the Bones had been eaten away. Two pieces Flat Bones were found in the Hole probably the police say from the shoulder Blades. I hat sections the smaller Bones the body should have been found without any Trace the larger Bones the arms j la div Kuc Aca a the Gulf Genoa the italian steamers makes the find More mys Ortega and Maria Collided and the serious detective Norton in charge the digging party will have the spot looked Over carefully in the Hope finding traces other portions a human body. The Bones found Are believed by the Central station detectives to be those Gertrude Connor the daughter it mrs. Julia l. Connor who is now believed to have been one the swindlers victims Mother and daughter disappeared about the same time. A warrant is now out for Homes the charge murdering mrs. Connor. Latter Sank and 148 persons were drowned. By a sinking the Earth at Bruex Bohemia Twenty five houses were destroyed and fifty nine partially destroyed. After a three months session the Canadian parliament adjourned. The japanese government demands $3,503,000 additional indemnity As compensation for the retrocession to China the Liao Tung Peninsula. By the sinking a boat the five children Alexander Liersch a Farmer near Winnipeg Man., were drowned. Later news. One Seaman landed at Dover eng Laud As the sole survivor the Crew fourteen the French fishing boat Celine Felice w hich was sunk in a Coli six a with the German ship Vallor. Fourteen persons were killed by an explosion a boiler in a Mill at Suez Germany. Ten cars and an engine were smashed n a freight wreck at new Florence and fireman Peter cover was instantly killed. Rains have put an effectual Check to great fires in Michigan. The american Schooner Carrie a. Lane was fired upon by a Spanish Man War off port Antonio fully 120 Miles from the coast Cuba. William Taylor a negro aged 21 years was executed a Columbus 0., for killing Farmer Yoakum to Rob him. An Imperial Trade was issued at constantinople granting amnesty to All armenian political prisoners. Many the latter had already been released. The City waterworks at i Ron ton q. Were burned the loss being $100,000. A National association wire goods manufacturers was formed at Cincinnati with Fred j. Meyers Hamilton a As president Charles m. Webb has declined the appointment associate Justice the supreme court Wisconsin. At a convention Coal miners in Pittsburgh in it was decided to give the operators their Choice advancing wages fighting another strike. George Reed a Painter 36 years Ege shot and killed his wife in tit. Louis in a fit jealous rage. John s. Collins a negro who shot and killed student Frederick Ohl at Princeton n. J., last june was sentenced to Twenty years at hard labor in the state prison. Tonips were ordered ont to protect the settlers in the Jackson Hole country a Wyoming. The Komatsu goal mine in Yugetta Japan filled with water and forty a even Minen were drowned. W. H. Taylor dealer in dry goods at fort Worth tex., failed far $100.000. At Toronto ont., a Coroner a a jury returned a verdict finding h. H. Holmes guilty murdering the put Sal children. Oration g. Williams paper dealer in Philadelphia failed for #100,000. During a fire in the residence Rev. W. H. So udder pastor the congregational Church at Norwich. N. Y., two Hie children Mary and Clarina aged 6 and t year respectively burned to death a 1, i Lofb two lives lost. Fatal result the burning a Berwick n. A parsonage. Norwich n. Y., july 25.�?a disastrous fire which caused the loss two live broke out Here wednesday evening the congregational parsonage occupied by Rev. William l. Scudder and family consisting a wife and seven children being totally destroyed. The children who occupied a Back room were just retiring when Coal Gaa in a Chimney exploded and instantly the House was ablaze. A11 the children escaped with the exception Clariz and Mary both bodies being burned to a Crisp steamers collide. A cores perish in italian Waters at dead night. La Spezzia Italy july 23.�?a terrible Accident resulting in the loss 148 lives occurred near the month the Gull Spezzia. At 1 80 a. M. The steamers Ortigia and Maria Ran into each other and the latter vessel was so badly damaged that Phi Sank in a very Short time. The Maria Had Board in addition to her Crew 178 passengers bound from Naples for the River plate by far the larger part whom were emigrants. The night was pitch dark when y the collision occurred and the scene Board the sinking Steamer almost defies description. Most the passengers were asleep in the bunks at the time and were awakened by the crashing the Steamer s plates deck beams and deck planks. They were panic stricken and rushed Pell Mell deck where they ran hither and thither calling upon the saints to save them. Spezzia july 24.�?additional details the collision Between the italian steamships Ortigia and Maria And the sinking the latter in the Gulf Genoa include the testimony the lookouts both vessels that they sighted each other too late to Avert the collision. Each also charges that the Captain and mate the other vessel were asleep in their bunks when they should have been deck. To Tori la Minnesota. St. Paul Minn., july 20.�?the storm which struck this Section at 1 clock thursday morning Wax the severest in several years the Fau rain in St. Paul and Minneapolis being Over 2 inches. The destruction was the greatest along the River Between 8t Paul and la Crosse the washouts the Chicago Milwaukee amp St Paul being so serious that trains could not run that Road. Several the lines afternoon trains including the fast mail were brought in Many hours late Over the Burlington a tracks. Thirteen Yean in prison. John Fasbender was sentenced to thirteen years in Jackson prison at hard labor in the recorders court in Detroit his crime was manslaughter. He was the Leader a group Young men who december 23 last assaulted Emil Noseck and literally kicked him to death in a Dunken fracas. Max Detlof was yet to be tried the same charge. Found guilty. At Detroit a jury brought in a verdict guilty against . Seaman charged with performing a criminal operation resulting in the death Emily j. Hall Blackheath Dudley England whence she was sent it waa said by Rev. Jonathan Bell a methodist Clergyman alleged to be the author her shame. Imprisoned miners rescued. The nine imprisoned miners at the Pew Abic mine at Iron Mountain were released and none them was injured. The men suffered no inconvenience. All heard the crash the timbers and made their escape to a dry Drift the first level. Knights templars conclave. Boston making preparations to entertain <�5,000 to 55,000 knights. Boston july 25.�?preparations Are being made for the reception the it a Pray pm pets templars next month. There will be Between 25,000and 35,000 knights in the Parade August 27, while it is expected that As Many More including the families the templars and others will be in the City during the conclave. The committee accommodations has already made provision for the reception 20,000 knights leaving about too commander Iea to be heard from. Collins sentenced murderer Ohl is Given to it train robbed. Elkhart ind., july 25.-masked men boarded a West bound Lake Shore a be Michigan Southern express train at Reece siding at 12 05 this morning forced open an express car and at the Point revolvers compelled messenger to unlock the Safe. It is known that at least $8,000 was taken but As the run is reported to be one the heaviest All the roads trains it seems probable that a much larger sum waa secured. The train is no. 87, due in Chicago at 7 35 a. M. S. Student to the Tox n. J., july 25.�?John Collins the negro who shot and killed student Frederick Ohl at Princeton last june and who was a few Days ago convicted murder in the second degree wednesday received a sentence Twenty years at hard labor in the state prison. Two killed by lightning. Gainesville Tex july 25.�?j. Pritchard and his wife who lived near Boaston were killed by lightning. Boy Klc food to death by a How. Topeka Kan., july 25. Charles Hancock 11 years old son James unstuck a wealthy Farmer came the Eity with his father in Wagon. The Hoy started Down Over the Doubletree b. To a farm to dim Whan one the hones kicked him. Tan minutes. Be died in forty Rivau workmen Matt Vancouver b. C., Only $5.�?Japan advices by the Steamer Empress India Gay the Komatsu goal mine in Yugetta Tagawa District filled with a rate july 9. Forty even Miner a to known to drowned. Harcourt get London july 25.�?the standing the various parties in the House commons is As follows conservatives $09 unionists 56 liberals 120 Mccarthy item 56 Parn elites 9. Sir William Vernon Harcourt who was Defeated in Derby has been returned for West Monmouth by a majority 7,243 �?23 less than the Liberal majority there three years ago. Blow the Buby cart Zig downstairs. Milwaukee Only 22.�?an 8-months-old child Fred Butz 609 sixth Street was in a baby Carriage the second floor near a flight stairs. While the parents were eating sapper the wind started the baby Marriaga and it rolled Down the flight stairs the child a Skull was crushed and it died an hour a a Freud Esturo explosion. Chicago july 25.�?dynamite instantly killed three men and seriously injured a fourth the drainage canal at t clock tuesday afternoon. The Accident took place near Willow Springs and waa caused by a premature explosion during the a Toots tamping. A Halls 1� per son. July a by a m. Toff sex prime minister Bulgaria died at half past i clock thursday morning from the effects the wound inflicted upon him monday evening when a was returning to his horns from the Union Dah. I. Brief news items. Wiliam Brousseau the accomplice mrs. Nellie Pope in the murder . Horace n. Pope february 2, in Detroit was sentenced to Twenty five years imprisonment. Eve. Charles Hatari a methodist Minuter at Iron Wood was thrown from his Carriage and suffered concussion the brain. His injuries were thought to be fatal. Nearly 5,000 men employed at the mines in Negaunee went out a strike their demand for an Advance in having been refused. Charlea b. Keehn who with convict Donovan and Briquelette escaped from Jackson prison october 29, 1891, waa captured at Lamar to. George Jones who stole Lewis Ackers horse at Mason was arraigned before judge person and sentenced to two years in the reformatory at Ionia. Timothy Dewey who was 100 year old May 30 last died at Concord and was buried from the m. E. Church which he had been a member for sixty five years he was Boro in Rutland vt., and came to Concord in 1838. The bicyclists in the Rural districts Hillsdale county now capture woodchucks by running them Down with the Aid their wheels. A new and larger Post office is being erected at Stockbridge to accommodate the increase population. The Phelps lumber company a Mill near Keno was completely destroyed by Forest fires. With the Mill about 2,000,000 feet lumber was destroyed. Fire caught from a Railroad engine and $2,000 Worth Staves were burned at Sunfield. P. H. Bergena port Lance was the owner. Or. Cit Arles Wray Ingalls Stephen sop was found dead in bed. The coroners jury returned a verdict that he Difed from an overdose chloral John Quimby died at Menominee where he had lived for fifty years. Special mail service Between Gonta and Edwin has been . The name the Post office at Haslet i Ark has been changed to Hazlet Amos Calvin was killed while trying to steal a ride a freight train near big rapids. The Marinette a Menominee paper Mill company has decided to erect $50,000 sulphate Plant in Menominee. The retail hardware dealers Michigan formed an association at Detroit with f. A Carlton Calumet As president. A Bert Drury and Frank Goodman were fatally injured by the Buff Toto a Grindstone in the Detroit steel Spring works. The widow the Man who founded the atm Ontonagon is Sti living at that place being 79 years age. County clerk be anew county issued sixty marriage Lio Uaea during month june. A Little Hamlet in Barry county mpg known to Fame As Turkey hollow. In overhauling the Schooner the latter was in the territory Cuba. The Spanish government it is held is menaced by the danger the Landing us mustering expeditions the cuban coast and in exerting itself to prevent such Landing has a right to overhaul and learn the character any vessel within the 3-mile-limit that might be suspected having Hoard those entertaining designs against the government a cargo intended for the insurgents did no to get much. Bombers the Lake Shore train at Reece o., disappointed. Chicago july 25.�?the report that robbers the express car attached to the Lake Shore train at Reece a siding Early wednesday morning had secured $8,000 and perhaps More Are vehemently denied by the officials the express company who declare that but $150 was found by the thieves. Four times the robbers exploded dynamite under the Safe but As All the new safes Are supposed to be dynamite proof the robbers failed to do More than blow the Interior the car to pieces. Failing in their designs the through Safe they turned their attention to the local Safe and blew it to pieces with the first charge. This contained about $150, which was All the robbers got for their trouble. Gotera Menic troop 12 to tos Washington july 25.�?Indian commissioner Browning wednesday morn no received a dispatch from agent Teter stating that a serious condition affairs existed among the Bannock indians and nerf fun try a is a a to the scene the troubles at once. Commissioner Browning held a our a conference with Secretary Lamont at the War department the Bannock Indian outbreak with the attendant casualties. He said his office advised that 200 300 the indians were out their reservation and he had. Applied to Secretary Lamont for a Force troops with which to compel their return. A a fort Hall. Idaho july 4�?Browning, commissioner Indian affairs washing pm i Hare investigated the troubles pet Ween the Indian and settlers in Wyoming and stot a that troops be sent there immediately to protect the Law abiding settlers. The Lawless element among the settlers seems determined to cause a Eon Flint with the Indiana the settlers have killed four to seven indians which has in sensed the Indiana who have gathered to the number 200 89 near fail River Uintah county and refused to return to their reservation. I find that the indians have killed game unlawfully according to the Laws Wyoming though not unlawfully according to the treaty the indians with the United states thus usurping the prerogatives the settlers which caused the trouble. Nothing but the intervention soldiers will Settle the difficulty and save the Uvea innocent persons and the destruction property. A . Agent agent Teteris dispatch was forwarded to the Secretary War through acting Secretary Reynolds the Interior department accompanied by a copy the following Tele Gram from gov. Richards Wyoming which was also received wednesday a a dispatches from adj. Gen. Stitzer who is the ground at jackal no a Bole reported to you wednesday. Will the Federal government take the matter in hand returning the Bannock to their reservation win Wyoming be expected to do so please wire reply. After his conference with Gen. Roger and maj. Davis Secretary Lamont wednesday afternoon sent directions to Brig. Gen. Coppinger commanding the department the Platte to proceed at once to the scene the trouble and ascertain the exact situation. To the meantime Gen. Coppinger is to order the movement such troops in Hia department As will protect the settler and secure the return the indians to their reservation. I Cheyenne Wya july 25.�?gov. Rich Ards says he thinks a fight Between the settlers and indians win take place before troops can get the ground that if the settlers Are Well provided with ammunition he thinks they will hold their own until Aid arrives. There Are sixty five Able bodied men in the Jackson a Hole settlement All skillful in the use arms and act customer to Frontier methods. These with thirty five women and forty children Are All at Marysvale the Only town in the Region. To reach this settlement troops will have to be taken in from Market Lake Idaho Overland a distance Over 100 Miles. Part the Way is through a very rough Conn try Rise thinks he is a murderer. Insane Walter says he killed Blanch Lamont and Minnie Williams. Santa Cruz Cal., july 25.�?William f. Barrett an insane waiter gave him self up to the sheriff tuesday night and said he was the murderer Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams the two girls ruled in the Emanuel Church. He made a rambling statement How he had killed both the girls the same Day and carried their bodies to the Belfry. He recognized a supervisor in the sheriffs office As Rev. Or. Gibson and an attache the sheriffs office As Der rant a brother. He is the victim an hallucination the authorities Are satisfied and he will be examined As to his sanity. Wheat takes a leap. Of five gents Bushel in the Chicago and St. Louis markets. Chicago Only 25.�?there was intense excitement in wheat wednesday and the Price gradually advanced from 6�>i cents for september to 72 a cents an Advance Over the close tuesday night 5 cents. The Small deliveries Winter wheat have at last alarmed the Trade. St. Louis Chicago Detroit and Toledo got Only 124,000 bushels wednesday against 800,000 bushels a year ago such a state affairs immediately after a Harvest has never been known before and shows that Farmers have Little no wheat for Sale that they will not sell at the Price that the Home demand absorbs the most it. Millers Are Here every Day buying the wheat and shipping it Back to the country for grinding. St. Louis july 25.�?wheat took a steady up turn after the first quotation at g63c for the september option change wednesday and closed at 6c Advance. The report the Kansas mall Era association that Only 40 per cent the new crop was fit to Mill started the Bull movement which waa carried almost to the panic Point in the Endeavor Short to Load up. State report great damage by Rains in the Southwest abetted the bulls and at the close bidders were pleading for wheat at 71m cents for september. A thing the past final action in court ends the old whisky Trust s existed. Chicago july last remnant life the old whisky Trust was upon motion Levi Mayer counsel for the reorganization committee extinguished by an order entered in the United states court by judge Showalter at noon wednesday. The order is a final decree and win have the effect winding up the business and affairs the old company. It makes the receivership Gen. Mcnulta permanent and final and directs him to sell As speedily As possible the remainder the property not already ordered sold. Washington y. M. A. Burned. Washington Only 25.�?the y. M. A. A. Building which was totally destroyed by fire wednesday morning was valued at $25,000. On this there was an insurance to the amount $14,000. The loss the Bryan grocery establishment also burned was $10, 000, fully covered by policies in the North Western and Lincoln companies. Amnesty for armenians. Constantinople july 25.�?an in a Erial irada has been issued granting amnesty to a armenian political prisoners. Many the latter have already been Paumi business Pnno Sod. Colon july 25.�?the strike the wharf and ship labourers which began july 17 and which later extended to the. Switchman and others the rail read continues. Ail the steamers at Uuna Are Kyle and All bus Lenaa a paralysed if labor la not procured promptly the transit the isthmus will be threatened. / Komi is a Louisville ky., july 25.�?rose Garden a dissolute woman killed Marx Sullivan and Ustie Brown at Barboursville by. A mob is pursuing her with a rope. Wheat eaters. Americans an average devour annually 4.77 bushels Cincinnati july 25.�?an elaborate Yurt interesting statement appears in the Price current in regard to food consumption wheat in this coun the statement is prepared by a w. Snow statistician the Orange Judd Farmer who reviews All available official data relating to this question. After tabulating returns actual food consumption in 694 families representing 8,228 individuals the conclusion is reached indicating and annual rate 4.77 by amp a for food consumption. The returns represent Twenty four states and include families employed at various trades. It is claimed that All data this character having National significance which is available is used in the tabulations and that the result substantiates the usually accepted rate four and two thirds bushels heretofore in log Boom a Lvi by. Cincinnati july 25.�?the Licking River Boom let go about 1 clock wednesday afternoon. It carried with it thousands Loga empty Etal barges Flats and other floating draft that waa moored to the Shore. Them were fastened to the Shore about $33,000 Worth logs. These raft were torn asunder and started away pm top the Farmer Khz left the 1 Adair ia., Only 25.�?a. Franz a Farmer who lived 8 Miles West Ai Tower it was thrown from his Wagon to a runaway and instantly killed. Robert j. To sure. Detroit mich., july 25.-Robert j. Went a Milf Here wednesday in 2.� Bis Effort was a losing one to be started to beat the cold which has been the harness record since Tost september. Besides the glory there to a inducement 95008 pro Viding the two minute Mark reached. _ naw York july 25.�?tha Aronber a a immigrants arriving at this port from january 1, 1895, exceeds by nearly 50,-000those who arrived daring the Sam period a 1894

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