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Vol. have mich., a triste 1, 1889. 1�to. 2. Belt a a. Lockwood Bays a we will inaugural a woman As president Twenty five Yean a ton rope made from the hair devout women Japan has been used in building a ,000,000 Temple to Buddha at Kioto. Or Pulver Vineland. N. J., has eaten an egg every Day for the last half Century. Up to Date he has pulverized 1,521 dozen. The bonded debt the United states is in round numbers Only $900,000,-000, and at the present rate redemption it will be paid in nine year the death general Harney leaves colonel Hannibal Day who entered the service As a Cadet in 1819, at the head the longevity list the army. Half a Century ago in Turkey it was considered a disgrace for a woman to know How to read. To Day the Bill Tan himself has established two schools for girls in constantinople. The new Yohr Herald says that a possibly we have not improved much in the last Hundred years but it is certain the Young Man the period �9 More Given to athletic sports and less to dissipation than his predecessor Twenty years David Dudley first crossed the Atlantic in 1836 in a sailing vessel taking Twenty five Days. He crossed again in 1850 in one the Best steamers the time taking twelve Days. Recently he crossed in the City Paris in less than six Days. A Young girl in Philadelphia nearly lost her life a few Days ago in consequence heart disease and congestion the brain brought by tight lacing the item is Given merely As Shii Atter news Anil w without any Hope hat the warning it convoys will be eded. Petek a. Vose is the Pooh Bah a nays Volle me. These Are the files to holds and the a Honor eds nth service first it Leetman Enty Nice year treasurer Twenty amp a years assessor thirty Onoye ans Ereser Twenty four years town gent Twenty years. The old fashioned summer games a Hull pen Quot a a eat and a a quoits did not produce so Many dislocated fingers find bunged eyes As the modern Baso Ball but the boys the Century got a ots fun out them. They Are All Good healthful games and it might lot be amiss to reintroduce them. Wile Rattlesnake Oil and skins Are not yet listed in the Stock Market would be followers the rattle make Industry might As Well know that the my brings Twenty five cents an ounce he rattles one Dollar a string and Good kens two dollars apiece prices hold no c the new York Market Are Here quoted. _ John Sherman is Only Man now n the Senate who was a member that Bod when the Bill Wai passed abolishing slavery in the District Columbia Twenty seven years ago. Senator Morrill was then a member he House so was senator y co Lees. The Only present members he House whose names appear in the Rote the measure Are Kelley and a Volt Nan. Washington received the degree . From Harvard in 1776, from Falo in 1781, from the University Pennsylvania and from Brown in 1791. A greater Scholastic distinction Stilt was bestowed upon him in 1788, when by a unanimous vote he was Leswig Natad Tolje Chancellor the col Ege William and Mary an office which he bore with Pride until the Day 5f his death. Miss Helen Gladstone the Daugh c a the a grand old Man a who li2b been at the head the movement for the higher education women for Many years and is the president Wenham College Cambridge Stys that she is convinced that the a full cultivation woman a intellectual Powers has no tendency to prevent them from properly discharging Domestic m. Unge her a French scientist believes that Flowers and the perfumes distilled from them have a salutary influence the Constitution and indeed May be regarded As a therapeutic Agency High value. He says that residence in a perfumed atmosphere forms a Protection from pulmonary affections and arrests the development Phthisis. He adds that in the town la Grasse where the making perfumes is largely carried Phthisis is rare thanks to the odorous Vapours exhaled from the Many sixty War ships were launched by Fth great naval Powers the world in 1888, and More than one Hundred were in various stages construction at the close the year. England was in the Lead with fifteen vessels launched and Twenty eight building France launched nine and Laid Down fifteen Germany launched six and began the construction four and the United states put six w a ships afloat and Laic the Keels six More. This is hardly a poor showing for this country. Chem to be making Progress in Nava construction. A self acting six shooter can hardly be considered a fitting ornament Foi a boudoir especially when its chamber Are filled with deadly cartridges Yel that is one the most prominent objects in the bedroom a Brooklyn woman. A it serves several Good Pur poses a she said the other Day to a astonished Friend. A it is a weapon defense against burglars and a Gooc one in my hands for i can shoot that work out a bottle at Twenty paces it also keeps my servants Iron coming into my apartment and disturbing new Law in Madagascar gives i band the Power to chastise his wifi h a regulation whip Only and does a a with dubs and Dray stakes in y. The whole world is Progress even if slowly. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. The president the 24th appointed b. F. Gilkerson Pennsylvania to be second comptroller the Treasury. During the seven Days ended the 34th there were 140 business failures in the United Stales against 19 the previous seven Days. Total failures in the United states from january 1 to Date is 4,901�, against4,388 in 1888. The president the 25th appointed Roger c. Spooner Wisconsin to be Consul the United states at Prague. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended th3 25th aggregated a 1,098-90.650, j against $1051,627,365 the previous week. As t compared with the Coit Spond Long week 1888 the increase amounted to �?~23.4. U the president the 27th appointed Samuel .1 Ruby Iowa As Consul at Belfast Ireland. 2>th adjutant general drum was formally retired from Active army service he having reached the age sixty four years. The East. On the 24th John c. Bradley cashier the merchants National Bank new Haven. Conn. Was said to be 5100,000 Short in his accounts. Tref. Men were suffocated the �?~24th in a Colliery at Branchdale a by the sudden outburst the Trust gets the theological Seminary at Hartford Conn. Voted the 24th to open All courses the institution to women the same terms us to Meu it is the first institution the kind in the undertake the theological women. The death Laura Bridgman. Deaf dumb and Blind from two years age made famous by Charles Doken in his a american notes a also by a min Public references to her wonderful intelligence occurred in Boston the 24th at the age sixty years. On the �?~24th colonel Samuel Shoch died at his Home in Columbus pa., aged ninety two Vara. He was a pensioner the War 1812. While a bucket broken rocks weighing Over a ton was being hoisted to the surface onthe�?~24lhin a mine a Quot a Kingston pa., the Vire rope broke letting the bucket fall nearly thousand feet upon ten men six whom were killed. A wreck the 25th the Erie Road near Binghamton. N. V., smashed fifteen freight cars and badly Hurt four tramps. Of the 25th George a. Jessup cashier the Scranton a Bank was arrested the charge embezzling $100,091�. On the 2 the Marlin Yeagens Little Falls i 2l celebrated his one Hundredth birthday he was born at Schleswig Holstein and fought under the Duke Wellington at Waterloo. He came to this country i 1910. A the death Captain Henry Smith for eleven years librarian the National sol j do Erst Home at Washington and the oldest Soldier the United states occurred in Brooklyn the 25th. On the 27th Cornelius Donne by Watertown x tried to frighten a four months Bride into giving him her property by tending to bang himself and was not discovered until life was extinct the 27th mrs Julia Ward Howe celebrated the Seventieth anniversary her birth at her Home in Boston and was the re three million pounds Over last year making the Montana product about ten million pounds. ? Albert Martin a coloured Man who assaulted mrs John grills near port Huron mich., about two weeks ago was taken from the jail tace 27th by masked Meu and lynched. Rev. C Myers while preaching at the Christian Church near Hillsboro ind., i the evening the �?~26th was struck by lightning the Bolt coming Down the chandelier and his sight was completely destroyed. I in the town Dublin ga., eleven business houses were consumed by fire the 27 the. At Logansport ind., All gambling houses were closed the 27th, and the saloons ordered closed sundays and after p. On week Daya the death colonel w. H. Chilton for fifteen years commercial editor the Louisville courier journal occurred the i 27th. The failure John Earle a heavy wheat layer Schoolcraft county mich., for $100,000 was reported the �?~27th. On the j7th the american starch company with Headquarters at Columbus ind., failed for i00,0g0. Near Mac Sterling 111., four men were captured the 27th while in the act molding Silver Dollar Charles Yelte killed his Mother grand rapids mich., the 27th and then took his own life no cause was known for the Cpd. The barn Silas Jones at Anderson ind., containing six head horses was burned the a a Quot the. On the 28th the right worthy grand Lodge the Independent order Good tempers convened in Chicago. The order comprises Over one Hundred grand lodges country to which have jurisdiction Over As Many sep training Arate countries stat s and territories. Under these grand lodges Are an aggregate 19,114 local lodges with 670,990 adult and juvenile members Molli Corwin whose marital experience beats the record was granted a divorce at so Clayville ind the 28th from Joseph Corwin her seventh husband All the men Are living Carlson a druggist. Or. Lathrop a prominent physician and Nelson Howells a Young Man committed suicide the 28th at Denver col. No cause was known in either Case. Mijck Randolph Bradt became suddenly insane the 28th at Brenham tex., and seizing a pistol killed two her children. One was four years old and the other six. The sex treasurer Newport ky., Louis Constans was the 28th in feted by the grand jury for embezzlement the amount being fixed at $3� 009. On the 28th Albert Wilson a Railroad Man fatally shot his Young wife at Evansville ind and then sent a Bullet through tp<9 own brain. Jealousy caused the crime. / a i Chicago the 28th the grand just in indicted detective Daniel Coughlin Patrick Sullivan the ice Man. And Trank a Black alias Woodruff for in the murder . Cronin. / at Clements Kana a Spione the 28th destroyed Many House barns and seven persons were kill a i the �?~28th Dalri Murphy employed in a Cracker manufactory at Lima <>., was Tell tale stains. Caught Between two Large i oilers and crushed to Tritth. The legislature Illinois adjourned tint to e the 28th. Foreign intelligence. In the Pressburg District Hungary the. Rops had Tho 24th been wholly recipient Many gifts and letters from the proved by flood Many buildings were a pm it her authors and reformers. /_____j____1 _ leading authors and reformers a the legislature Rhode Island Meu in joint session at Newport the 28 b and there having been no election by the people at the recent state election chose a the following Republican officers h. A May i Judd governor d. H. Littlefield lieutenant got i nor s. H. Goss Secretary state Aud Samuel Clark treasurer at new York the 2sth the presbyterian general Assembly adopted a Resolution condemning the liquor traffic but refused to endorse either prohibition High License As the better Capou ,. The Connecticut legislature the 28th passed the set ret ballot act the death John Hammond an sex Congre Simau Audaz Olon Elof the fifth Newyl Ork cavalry during the War. Occurred the 2sth at his Home in Crown Point n y. West and South. On the St Louis a an Francisco Railroad a passenger train want derailed the �?~24th at Hull Van to. By wreckers Aud forty Tive persons were injured a tenant Lens cottage at 1,872 North Ashland a venue. Chicago was searched the 24th and found to be with blood in Many places the it olice thought it was the spot to which . Cronin was decoded and murdered the night May 4 last. The cottage was occupied at that time by two men who had since the 24th Ivillia White an eighteen year old coloured boy Evansville ind was sentenced to ten years in prison for killing Alexander Mcfarland. At Cincinnati the police commissioners decided the 24th to enforce the sunday closing Law since the mayor had refused to do so fifteen tramps located in the Southern part Hammond in were raided the 24th. They had for some time a it Een helping themselves to every thing they wanted and terrorizing property owners. A a mormons from Utah were the 24th settling in the British Northwest possessions the Hierarchy the Church having purchased several thousand acres land from the Alberta la ail a a Coal company. At Nashville ind., a Cloud burst the 24th flooded the first floors business houses and residences and did much dam age. On the 25th Rev. R. Moxley and Rev. Joh Moxley father and son Batesville ark., were drowned while fishing in a Lake by the upsetting their boat John Clowdis a Farmer Liam near Chillicothe mo., was beaten out $1,500 by Confidence men the 25th. A Skiff containing two ladies and three Meu was caught in a wind storm while crossing the River near Memphis tenn., the 25th and capsized and All the occupants were drowned. Several arrests were made the 25th in connection with the murder . Cronin Chicago. The funeral the murdered Man took place do the 26th and was largely attend j. The percentage the else Ball clubs in the National league for Tib a w Eek ended the 25th w As Ai follows Boston .727 Philadelphia. ,0�$ new York. .588 Cleveland .518 Chicago .500 Pittsburgh .423 Indianapolis .s75 Washington .285. American association St. Louis .714 Brooklyn .633 Kansas City .531 Cincinnati .581 athletic .590 Baltimore. .482 Columbus .300 Louisville .260. Western association St Paul .883 Omaha goo Sioux City .652 Denver .454 Minneapolis .416 St Joseph .363 Des Moines. .383 Milwaukee .350. On the 25th one High w Ayman robbed a coach containing four men besides the Driver near Oconto via taking them i Pouch As Well As the purses the Passen the 25th sheriff Lopez ran Miguel county n. M., arrested six horse thieves who lately drove away five Hundred horses from the ranches that county. Pateka Sullivan the Lake View ice dealer and Daniel Coughlin the detective. W Ere both arrested the 27th upon a w arrant sworn out by John Joseph Cro oin tie brother the murdered Chicago physician charging them with the crime murder. It was said that Sullivan had made a fall confession and had Given to the police the names every one he knew that was implicated in the murder . Conf in flames the 27th at Reno nev., de troyed four hotels and several business Bous causing a loss $250,000. Montana advices the 27th say that the Wool crop this Yojat will be the Best the territory has Ever had. The Wool will be very Choice and will show an Inove aae submerged and a Large number houses had been undermined and wrecked. Several frenchmen were arrested the 21th by the German authorities Vatsal Tematt Alsace a charge treason. Queen Victoria celebrated her Seventieth birthday the Robert t. Lincoln the american minister t e 25th presented his credentials to the Queen. Fire destroyed several warehouses at Lubeck Germany the 26th, and $400, Worth property was destroyed. On the 27th w. W. Thomas jr., minister from the United states to Sweden was Given an audience by King Oscar at Stockholm. In a conflict at fal Darragh Ireland the 27th, Between victors and tenants Twenty five policemen were injured. On the 28th the russian police had discovered the existence a no uglier societies the object which was the assassination the tzar. Search was living made for similar organizations throughout euro get. A can Coal Oil exploded the 28th in Havana Cuba and a woman and her two daughters aged respectively thirteen and two years also a coloured boy were burned to death. Dispatches the 28th say that fire at Yra Kato Akita Japan destroyed Over one thousand houses. Many lives were lost and nearly ten thousand persons were homeless. Later. A Cyclone formed the 29th just South 4of Mcpherson kan., w hich listed houses bodily from their foundations. One House w As carried entirely away not a vestige it having been seen since. One Hail Stone was picked up which measured thirteen inches in circumference. The savings Bank at Savannah mo., made in assignment the 29th. Or Fanny Deweese died the 29th at Louisville ky., aged one Hundred and fifteen years. Her husband died twelve years ago being then one Hundred and seven years old. Lewis Pugh an old and wealthy Fanner was murdered by coloured robbers Tho 29th at Montgomery Ala it w As stated the 29th that two Hundred and fifty thousand miners in England had demanded a ten a it cent increase in wages. The Connecticut legislature Tho 29th passed a Bill giving women the right to vote the the Sale intoxicating liquors. President Harrison the 29th appointed Orlow w Chapman new York to to solicitor general and John b. Cotton Maine to be assistant attorney general. At a barn raising the 29th at Loyal Oak o., heavy beams fell and killed three men and seriously injured a dozen others. A Hurricane had the 29th prevailed at new South Wales for four Days. Railway traffic Hud been suspended Many landslides had occurred and Many lives had been lost William what to was arrested the 29th at Laporte City counterfeit Money and when searched $222.50 in bogus Gold coins were found in his Possession. In new York the 29th Bertha Schreyer a married woman Twenty five years age was shot and fatally worm led by John Ber Ker aged thirty two years who then killed himself the first National rank Sharon to remained closed the 29th because the time lock the Safe had been set for forty eight hours and could not be opened. Samuel Mayberry Watson ideas taken from his Home the 29th by Whito Caps and severely beaten for cruelty to his Mother. The Indi a grand Lodge masons the 29th revoked the charter the mount Vernon Lodge because it failed to discipline members who pleaded guilty to the charge Selling intoxicated liquor one robber went through a trip the Milwaukee a Northern Road the 29th near Ellis Junction wis., and secured about $1,500 from the passengers the Schooner Bavaria was wrecked Tho 29th in a Gale near Kingston ont mud her Crew eight persons perished. Captain Porter chief the United state secret service returned to Chicago the 29th after making a very important capture counterfeiters Anil Moonshiner who had flooded the Southern part Illinois with counterfeit dollars and dimes a Des supplying Saloon keepers with their sky. The butchery discovered a lonely cottage the out skirt Chicago the Piscos it strange tenants ghastly evidence the horrible crime a important arrests in Chicago a suspect from Philadelphia in the tolls a detective in a bad fix the clan no Gael charged with having ordered the a a removal h the unfortunate physician other prominent men marked for the same Fate a the society murderous action based charges made by Lecaron the spy the funeral. Chicago May 27. A promising Progress was made in the police inquiry in the murder mystery Friday. Officers were sent out the City during the Day to a Point where it was thought at least one the assassins would be located. They were accompanied by a mar whose identity the police would not divulge but who to believed to be John Cari Sou 1,872 North Ashland Avenue. Carlson lives at that number with his parents . Cronin. Who own the property. It adjoins the barn iceman p. O. Sullivan. The House is in the fellow whipped his horse into a Gallop drove to Addison Avenue and then turned in the direction the Lake. Mertes said he thought at the time a fight w As in Progress in the cottage but As he heard Only words he paid but Little attention. There were hts in the House. He could not distinguish the w ords he heard. Though he listened he heard no sounds a scuffle. Mertes never told his Story until Friday Forenoon when he fell in with a party for ends who were discussing the discovery the Carlson cottage. Then he recall the startling incident his trip he is probably the Only Man besides the murderers who heard . Cronin a death struggle. The loud noises that startled him were undoubtedly made by the murderers As they fell their victim. The doctor it would appear was attacked the instant he entered the door and was never Given a Chance to defend himself. Chicago May 27.�?peter Mcgeehan who mysteriously disappeared from Philadelphia three months ago. And was next heard in this City where it is alleged he threatened the life . Cronin was arrested sunday. He has been under surveillance since May 4, the Date a disappearance. His arrest is thought to foreshadow other avre to and it is believed will eventually Lam full the participants in the foul crime. It has been impossible to ferret out the evidence against him now in Possession the police but it is undoubtedly very Strong. There afe constantly under espionage six eight people in Chicago and the police Assen that with not More than to exec Jnita the principals and accessories Are Chicago people. The police have keen put in Possession startling facts Croce ring . Cronin a murder. It has la a in clearly shown by the dead Many a friends that his removal was ordered by a Cou Smittee representing the clan a Gael society. Charges traitorous conduct were preferred against him at a meeting the clan a Gael Camp. He found guilty Aud his death was the rear a narrow lot and i is a Small dered. The charge was based the state Structure. Occupying Tho front part to fyn lot is a Large Frame House one Story and a half and a High basement. / it is almost positively established that in the front room this Large House Yte. P. H. Cronin met his death after it desperate struggle with two probably three hired murderers. This important discovery and the bloody evidences accompanying it were kept secret in the breads state s attorney Longeneker lieutenant Herman Schuttler and Captain Wing until three re porters forced am Entrance into the House after discover ing blood the Steps leading to to get front door. There was a Large blood the floor the front pm oin near the door leading into the sex room. Near the Center the floor the second room was another Pool blood. Cloth 6 these stains had been painted Over with yellow ochre. The paint was daubed in a hurried and Clumsy manner. The police were convinced that the floor was stained with the blood . Cronin they were startled shortly afterwards by a remarkable corroboration this impression. When a detective found in one the rooms a new key. It proved trial to exactly fit the lock the trunk found Evanston Avenue the morning after s disappearance. The cottage is an unassuming Structure but there were neat curtains visible in the front windows although neighbors have for months believed it . There is a Little Flower Patch in front which has been Well kept by old Jacob Carlson and his wife who must have wondered at the conduct the two strangers to whom they had rented their House Early in the Spring. The police Are looking for the strange tenants who rented the cottage in March old . Carlson. They can Tell who killed and Why they did it and can unfold the details a plot which probably took months to mature. Tho car sons can identify these two men w to were the accomplices the Man with the White horse who lured to his death . Lindgren. A son in Law the Carlson s. Gives the following version the renting the cottage to the mysterious strangers he says the House w As first Rente 1 in March by a Young Man giving the name Frank Williams but no one occur edit. On april 29 another months rent was paid by the same Young Man who said his sister was sick in the Hospital. He and his brother had expected her to keep House for them but they expected her out soon and would then move into the House. The same Man called mrs. Carlson both these the last one he had another Man with him whom he said was his brother. She did not see any thing More and was beginning to think they did not mean to take Possession the House at All we Hen two three Days before May 20. When the third payment would fall due a Man came whom she had never seen before but who said he was one those w to had taken the House and wanted ment the British spy be Enron that there w Ere four More spies in America when Lecaron made that statement the stand before the Parnell commission he w As ordered to give the names the spies. He said he dared not do it because if they were known they would be murdered. Presiding Justice Hannen then took him Inta an Ante room and in the presence sir Richard Webster the attorney general who is conducting the prosecution and sir Charles Russell Parnell s attorney Lecaron gave the name within forty eight hours after this news was cabled from London nearly every clan a Gael Camp in America had met Aud passed resolutions declaring in favor a a rigid Hunt for the four Sale 4. Suspicion justly unjustly w As pointed at . Cronin. A committee was appointed to try him. He was convicted w without having a Chanco to make a defense and his assassins w n. Pan try Beo Root i bed rout it p a to for another months rent the old lady so Lindgren says was suspicious him in some Way and refused to rent to him by More saying she w As going to sell the c Mittage. The Man asked Fier what she w ant d Tor it and when she said $3,900 he s Al it was too much Money. He then went away and did not return. William Mertes a milk dealer who lives Woodside Avenue a door two North Addison tells a remarkable Story which in View the fact that it has been definitely settled that . Cronin was murdered in the Carlson cottage at 1878 North Ash i the victim these rooms were Given up diagram showing blood stains. Brought Here from other cities to carry out the mandate the committee. His death was ordered under the clause in the clan a Gael by Laws which says that a Man can be a a removed for traitorous conduct it is claimed that w. Hynes the Well known attorney Tuohy a prominent Catholic Clergyman Captain had 1 Gleason Captain t. P. O Connor John Pervoy and one two others have been tried and convicted certain charges and orders Foi their a a removal signed. A sensation has been created by the arrest Dan Coughlin one the Best known members the City detective Force circumstances pointing to the fact that he has a guilty knowledge the crime. Coughlin went to a livery stable keeper North Clark Street the morning the Day which was lured to his death and asked him to let a Friend his w to would Call in the evening have a team and he would make it All right Dinan the Jovery in agreed to this and about 7 clock in the evening a Man called and was a Given a White horse and a buggy which has been identified As the Rig in which the unfortunate physician Wai driven to his doom. The Drivers description j a is corresponds with that the Man who i procured the team. Dinan when the Story disappearance came out went to the police station to inform Captain Schaack Thesa facts but was met by Coughlin w to requested him to say nothing As it might get him Coughlin into trouble. Dinan agreed but a Day so later gave up his knowledge to the authorities and Coughlin was called to explain the matter. He said the mar by it a whom he had provided the Rig was a Friend his from Hancock. Mich. And that his action in the Case wat Only one accommodation co Urshlin wat ordered by his Superior officer to find hit Friend and bring him in. Several Days later the detective reported that he had seen the Man. But Wras satisfied that he was a right and As he was in a hurry to go to new Mexico urgent business he did not arrest him. These and th3 j fact that Coughlin was known to be a member several Irish societies and was pronounced in his enmity towards led mayor Cregier and chief Hubbard to order his arrest Aud he was accordingly placed in a cell at the armor7. It has been discovered that the furniture found at the cottage at 1872 Ashland Avenue where the murder was committed was a portion a lot purchased together with the trunk in which the body was conveyed from the spot from a. H. Ile veil k co., by a Man who gave the names Simons and who answered the description one the men who rented the co lion cottage. This Purchase was made seventy two Days before the awfu1 deed was committed and this shows that it was a deliberately planned affair. Simons it has also been Learned first occupied rooms Clark Street directly opposite . Cronin a office his intention evidently being to keep a close watch All the movements land Avenue has an important bearing the investigation. Two weeks ago last saturday night Between 8 39 and 9 clock Mertes w As passing the Carlson cottage when a buggy containing two men rolled up to the Edge the ditch. One the men whom Mertes describes As a tall and apparently athletic Man wearing a Brown overcoat sprang from the baggy and ran up the front stairs the cottage the door which was thrown open before he even knocked for admission. 8carcey had the Joor closed again when the sound loud and angry voices within the cottage j 1 Art led the milk dealer. He looked year Bingly at the Man in the buggy wondering what had brought him to that lonely neighbourhood at such i hour the night but the strangers face was shrouded by the brim a soft a and Mertes was unable i Tell whether Ite was Stout slender fair dark. March 19, and the Carlson cottage was rented March 2d . Cronin s remains were placed s cat Falque la the cavalry armory the Lake front saturday evening. They Weri not exposed to View but thousands persons passed by the casket not a few pausing to Kneel and utter a prayer for the repos the soul the dead Man. The funeral sunday was amp most impressing affair. A procession participated in by probably 4,000 persons escorted the remains to the Cathedra the holy name w Here the rites the Catholic Church were accorded them. Rev. Father Muldoon Chancellor the diocese delivering the funeral Sermon. Thence the body was taken to the Milwaukee k 8t Paul depot where trains w Ere waiting to convey All to Calvary cemetery. At the cemetery the casket was placed in a vault no special ceremony was observed. Behind the bars. Sell Iran Coughlin and Woodruff indicted by the grand jury for the murder . Cronin the men in jail. Chicago Mav 28. A Daniel Coughlin the detective and . Sullivan the Lake View ice dealer were formally arrested monday night the charge murdering . Cronin. After the formal Reading the warrant Coughlin was led Back to his cell in the Harrison Street station and accompanied by his attorney w. 8. For rest was taken to the Chicago Avenue to Chi Guhlin. Lice station Wiere after Brief proceedings he was committed to the county jail without bail. June 6, at 10 clock a. In., was fixed As it he Date for the he ring. The information upon which the warrant for tile arrest Coughlin and Sullivan was i skied was sworn to by John Joseph Cro met a brother the murdered Man. Sullivan was arrested after eating his supper at Home and was held a a it prisoner at i Ake View. The same course was taken As in the Case Coughlin and Sullivan was lodged in jail. Sullivan has weakened and confessed that he had known Coughlin for years instead having become acquainted with him Only since the reorder. He also admitted that he was a member the clan a Gael in Good standing and was present at Lincoln Hall at no. 501 Lincoln Avenue the night March 22 last w Hen and others initiated several new members taking one the officers chairs. He was confronted with the testimony Justice Mahoney to the effect that he was a clan a Gael member in Good standing and he did not deny it. The warrant which Coughlin and Sullivan we Ere arrested reads As follows a state 11 i nos Cook c to Chou go a the complaint and information John Job Mph Cromus Chicago in said county made before George Versten Esq re one the justices the peace n and for said county the 27th Day May is . Said complainant Baij duly sworn upon Bis oath says that to wit the Day and year and in the county aforesaid Dumiel Coughlin and Sullivan about the 4tb Day May a. D. 1s8�u in county and state aforesaid felonious by wilfully and maliciously did conspire and agree tog ther with a number be sons whose names Are unknown to said affiant to kill and turd a one Patrick Henry , and in furtherance said conspiracy the said Daniel Coughlin and Patrck Sullivan and a number persons whose names Ore unknown to said affiant did felonious by wilfully unlawfully and with malice aforethought the 4th Day May a. A 18�&Quot.�, n so d county and state and murder the said Patrick Henry contrary to the form the statute in such cases made and provided that this com la want has just and reasonable grounds to Tali eve and does believe that said Daniel Coughlin Patrck Sullivan and a number persons who Enamor Are unknown commuted sold offence and therefore prays that they May be arrested and dealt w the aces Diug to Law. A John . A subscribed and sworn to before a this Day a May a. D. 1889. George Reksten. A Justice the Chicago May 30.�?tbe grand jury tuesday evening after a se�.4on nearly seven hours indicted detective Daniel Coughlin p. O. Sullivan the Lake View ice dealer Ami Frank Black Aliat Woodruff for the wilful murder . 1. H. Cronin. Over a score witnesses including both Petso Nadaud political friends the murdered Man were examined but no evidence was introduced to prove a conspiracy and the private apers about which so much has been said were kept from the body. As a result the investigation it was decided by a unanimous vote to include the three prisoners in one indictment three counts one charging them with killing . Cronin w Ith a Blunt instrument the second alleging the use a Sharp instrument and the third with a instruments and Means Chicago May 30.�?the coroners jury in the Case met yesterday Inoru ing out almost immediately adjourned until monday next at 10 a. P Ter Mcgeehan the Philadelphia Blacksmith alleged to have been arrested in connection with the murder ays that he has not been arrested though he admit that l Pinkerton detectives have kept him under surveillance since May 6. Mcgeehan was interviewed wednesday night. When asked about his alleged connection with Tho Case Mcgeehan said he did was suspected until Man who said he was the Central police Sta Caine to his boarding Watt Avenue Pullman and questioned him regarding the disappearance from that time Mcgeehan says his movements were watched by Pinkerton and City detectives until last tuesday night. He thought they might be keeping track him yet though he had seen nothing them since the time named. He denied knowing Coughlin intimately. He continued a i Don t see How any Oue can Subj get me having been sent to take . away from Home. Cronin knew me and had told me that he had heard i was sent out Here to assassinate him. It a in t Likely that he would have taken a lonely ride with me if he the Utu a when did he Tell you a Al you had been sent to kill him a a it was one Nischt in the latter part february Fob Kinary 25, i think. I had been in Curry s Saloon and left there with Toni Conway. We met . Cronin and Mort Mer Sean Lan at Clark and it Rndolph streets and stopped to talk. Cronin touched me the shoulder und sad Mcgeehan i under stand you have be Snyir some pretty hard things about i said a i Don t think i then l e a a do i understand you hav been sent out Here to assassinate i said to him you must be a fool. Hereafter when you see me the Street done to speak to me i want nothing More to do with and then i walked away from a a what i your opinion the murder . Croma a a Well i think it s a Case personal spite Staier a attorney Longenecker had a Long Chat yesterday afternoon with Byron l. 8inith, receiver the traders Bank timer 8csnan, the criminal court Bailiff and Patrick Cavanaugh. The object the conference was to Lay before the state s attorney certain facts about the individual accounts with the defunct traders Bank. The state s attorney was requested to seize the Bank s books and submit them to the grand jury forthwith. It was asserted that he would find in them evidence proving what . Cronin had been claiming for years before his death Viz. That Alexander to Ullivan had been guilty a huge embezzlement funds w Hile he w As a member the clan a Gael triumvirate. Humorous bits. A Pullman Palace car can be had just now for about 812,990. This course does not include the fees the Porter. Forty seven doctors Are attending the Viceroy Chida. If each one prescribes a different Medicine the Viceroy s chances for recovery Are below . A there a said the Fanner As he exhibited a broken Jar to the manufacturer a i packed this Jar full butter and the Jar split from top to Bottom. Perhaps you can explain the a ooh yes i can a was the Quick reply a the butter was stronger than the Ouida says that no Man woman is capable writing More than four five really Able works fiction. If she could be Pei fitted to see the lamenting lonely letters which some married men Send Dady to their wives out town bewailing their lonely lot she might change her mind. A Chicago Gambler whose first name was George used to frequent a chinaman a establishment and smoke opium almost Dady. One Day he rushed into the place and said excitedly a ship loan me ten dollars. Thanks. Ill come in and you to Morrow noon if in a alive a and out he went with the Money. About three clock the next afternoon a Friend the Gambler dropped in the chinaman and said a ship where is George to Day a and the confiding celestial wiped his Eye with the Corner his Blouse and replied a George him Michi a it legislature. Senate business importance was transacted the 2ist. Home in committee the whole Bills Werwy approved authorizing the introduce kindergarten methods in the Public schools inhere two thirds the tax payers in the to vote and prohibiting the dumping sawdust and other Reluse in from which fish Are taken. Senate the 22d b 11 s were passed amending the charter the City Jackson provid Jing Lor continuing corporate organizations for religious benevolent and educational purposes the Bill subsequently a the House fixing salaries justices the peace Wayne county amending the Laws relative to the Levy and collection taxes for preservation fish in lakes the upper portion the lower Peninsula amending the Law with reference to distribution Laws am Publ c documents providing for better punishment offences against the bees and persons individuals Bill with reference to the stocks and securities Accident live Stock and plate Glass insurance companies amending the a charter the City Ionia providing for the appointment Deputy registers probate in i w Ayne county. House Bills were passed making the com a Menci ment the open season for Deer in the upper Peninsula october 1. Instead 13 As a now and the Bay City charter amendment bilk the ways and Means contain tree reported favourably an appropriation b 11 for the Asylum for insane criminals. Representative Watson s Bill for the introduction the kindergarten system in the a till c schools failed i to pass receiving but 41 votes. Senate Bills were passed the 23d with reference to the car Juven be Ofle Nde a enlarging the jurisdiction the us reme court for the Organ la Ilion companies for holding leasing and Selling Seal estate and erecting buildings thereon. A Bill providing for indeterminate sentences for Crim Nail was favourably reported Al a gift providing for two cents per mile fare certain railroads. House Bills were passed authoring one corporation to sell its property rights to another for the corporation sub Ord Nate temples Honor and Temperance providing for subordinate courts american order foresters for the erection an Asylum for insane criminals for an official her in the ninth circuit. The committee University matters made a Fay Drable report the appropriation Bill. The amount for 1883 90 i is 1206,789 that for the present year being about 59,000 greater. The Library fund item s Hospital $.503 00. A Resolution for final adjournment june 20 was adopted the two cent fare Bill was reported without recommendation. Senate the 24th a Bill amending the 1 special charter the Lake Shore amp Michigan Southern Tead 80 As t0 Squire it to a specific tax three per cent its earnings instead but three fourths one per cent its capital Stock As is now required was Defeated. Tue Damon h go tax was reported which fixes the tax malt liquors at $100, spirituous f500, Boih #700. It was made a 6pec Al order for 2 30 p. Wednesday next. Adjourned to the 27th. House two very important Railroad Bills the Swift Bill rank no a uniform two cent per mile fare in the lower and three cent in the upper pent Esula and the Sena e Bill providing for the Issue one thousand mile tickets for $20, available for any member the family the unused port redeemable at Tho end the year exemptions in favor Small earning roads were passed. Adjourned to Tho 27th. Michigan state news. A narrow Karapo. The elegant summer residence Hugh Mcmillan at Grosze Pointe was burned Early the other morning. Mrs. Mcmillan waa awakened by her Little son who asked for % drink As she Rose to Jaret it she detected a very Strong smell smoke. She aroused her husband who went Down stairs to discover the whole lower part the House in flame the family were All aroused and with great difficulty escaped with their lives. But for the Fortunata incident described above some if not All the family must have perished. The House cast $15,090 and was insured for $10,909. All the furniture and the wearing apparel the family were lost. A destructive fire. During a heavy storm the Oiher afternoon the barn and tool House William Hamilton s farm two Miles East pint was struck by lightning. Mrs. John Bogett wife the tenant and one Hir i Man were a a Dunne. Two thoroughbred Colts by Tecumseh Worth $1,290 each Jar wished. About $3,000 Worth farming implements and harness seventy tons by Are a file Hundred bushels Grain were burned. The House five rods away caught tire several times but was extinguished. Loss $12,000 a great Enterprise. Not know he May 0, when a connected with Tion Chicago House. No. 115 the threw americas exposition what it is hoped it win accomplish. Washington May 25.�?the Washington Post publishes this morning an elaborate description the proposed three americas exposition which it says is based upon an idea transcendent importance to every state and territory Viz the establishment an american hemispherical policy peace and enlarged commercial relations Between american Rister nations. For fifteen years More it says Congress has appropriated Money for expositions in the capitals Europe Viz Loudon Paris Vienna and Berlin. During the past year it has continued this policy by appropriating $250,990 for the Paris exposition $39,000 for Brussels $25,000 for Barcelona and $50,000 for Melbourne. While this action is in itself commendable and useful in stimulating foreign Commerce it should be counterbalanced by appropriating for the coming exposition at j our own capital in 1892. Failure to do this is a discrimination against America. The effect participation in expositions in Europe is a Large outflow visitors and. Money according to an official estimate made to the department state by one our consuls abroad there is annually taken by americans to Europe for Pui poses travel pleasure Art and education More than $100,000,090. On the contrary the effect an exposition at our National capital will be to keep american tourists and Money at Home and attract thousands visitors from the old world bringing with them a Large amount capital for purposes travel pleasure and investment jealous Maidens. They it barrel Over a Young Man and fight a desperate Battle with knives. Athalia o., May 24.�?miss Bettie Kyle and a miss Plucker engaged in a terrific fight near this place last sunday evening in the course which both combatants were badly Hurt miss Kyle s wounds Are very serious and she will be confined to the House for several weeks. The girls were their Way Home from school and the trouble originated in a dispute As to which should have the exclusive company a Young Man. Both girls bad penknives and they began to Cut and slash at each other despite the efforts their friends to interfere. Finally miss Kyle fell and while Down miss Plucker Drew the keen Edge her knife across her Back inflicting a Cut which extended from the spine to the left Arm pit. Mis Kyle fainted and the fight was Over. Both girls were be spattered with blood from their wounds. Miss Rucker was arrested but Justice Bowen discharged her from Cus Tody. It stole hundreds horses. Six thieves and five i Lyndred animals recaptured in new Mexico. , col. May 28. Lorenzo Lopez sheriff ran Miguel county n. Can a in from Folsom n. A. Hat ulay afternoon with six a reasoners who stole 500 horses from ranches in the above county. Three Hundred and fifty were found in. Their Possession and the Herd was being driven toward Montana the names the prisoners Are Tom Tideman Jim Williams coloured it ii w. Bunting Charles Martin 1. A. Perkins and Sam Lartin Cook the captors and captives left at Midnight for the South _ j _ scientific explanations. Soot Falls Down the Chimney before a storm because the air at the. Time contains More moisture. Boot is hygroscopic that is it absorbs the moisture from the air and becoming heavier detaches itself from the sides the Chimney. Pickles Are coloured Green by boiling in a Copper Kettle because the vinegar unites with the Copper forming a Green coloured Salt similar to Verdigris. Astl is colouring matter is unwholesome and poisonous the practice is no one to be recommended. Butter becomes rancid because the formation in it Butric acid by a Peculiar fermentation. As this la smiling acid is volatile and is driven off at High temperature rancid butter May sometimes be used for cooking purposes without offence. The a a fur the inside the tem Kettle Oomes from the salts Lime in t he water. They Are held in solution by the carbonic acid present but when this is driven off by boiling Thev Are precipitated the sides the Kettle. Scale in steam boilers is due to the same cause. Vegetables and meats Are sealed up in air tight vessels to preserve them so that the bacteria minute organisms Whitfi Are always present in the air and which would cause them to put Refy and decay Are thus excluded. The jar3 arc heated before they Are finally sealed so As to destroy any bacteria that Day already be present in the food. Insurance $3/89. Health in Michigan. Reports to tha state Board health by fifty nine observers in different parts the state for the Veek ended the 18th indicated that Peasles neuralgia Erysipelas and Tausili is increased and influenza hooping c Mph diarrhoea and consumption the Lunes decreased in area prevalence. 1 diphtheria was reported at seven places Scarlet fever at Twenty two typhoid fever at two and measles at eleven. Tar nil feathers. Tom Trumbull Novi who was alleged to hav neglected to properly care for his family it a visited the other night by a company White Caps who treated him to a coat tar and feathers and told him to leave town inside twelve hours. He went Home where his wife scrubbed the decorative material from his person but he had not left town. Threats had been made serving two other persons As Trumbull was served if they did not Reform soon. An aged Man fatally Leaten. Edward Murphy a Man seventy six years broken in mind and body was found severely beaten in the Street at Jackson the other morning and his recovery was doubtful he served Twenty years in prison for murder eight these years being in solitary confinement and was then released the confession Tho real criminal. The state gave him a pension $3 9 a year. No cause was known for the assault As he carried no Money. Generous bequests. The will the late Alexander Folsom Bay City was filed for probate the other Day. Aside from various personal bequests he leaves $6�,900 to different missionary societies under the presbyterian management $30,990 to Alma College at Alma Gratiot , and $39,000 to the y. M c. A. Of Bay City. He also leaves Large bequests to the presbyterian Church society Bay City for various specific purposes. Quot married fifty years. Caj Tain and mrs. George Cottrell Marine City Lave enjoyed fifty years married Harmony and happiness and recently they celebrated their Golden wedding at the residence their son e. B. Cottrell in Detroit. Captain Cottrell was born a Verity Oliree years ago the farm which had been purchased from the indians by his Grandfather More than a Century ago. A novel cottage. Grand rapids boasts a novel departure in the construction the modern cottage. The first Story the building is an imitation a log Cabin being made Small timbers turned to represent logs. At the Corners the cottage and at the openings for the doors and windows the ends the logs Are Bevelled. Tho effect the whole is quite rustic. Texas cattle shut out. Governor Luce has issued a proclamation prohibiting the importation Texas cattle any other raised South the thirty sixth parallel North latitude until november 1, except such As Are in transit across the state. The proclamation is based upon resolutions adopted by the livestock sanitary committee Short hut no Way items. The new Michigan Central station at Bay City will Cost about $40,090. The stockholders the Peninsula Gold mine who Are Detroit men. Arrived at Ishpeming recently and decided to build a stamp Mill and make other improvement. A storm the other night raised the roof off the Central House at Corunna causing $1,000 loss. Clark d. Smith Detroit the new proprietor had taken Possession Only four hours before. A Chicago a grand trunk freight train loaded with steel was wrecked the other Day near Schoolcraft. No lives lost. For thirty four years c. U. Fisher and wife ran the three Rivers House at that place. They retired a few Days ago and celebrated the occasion by a banquet to their friends. Muskegon and North Muskegon Are to be connected by a toll Bridge. The Negas Nee Post office was robbed the other morning $790 Worth Stamps. A Jackson Bride four Days writing while her wedding trip has finally settled a Long disputed Point Bhe says marriage is not a failure. Father Grochowski the Manistee polish priest about whom All the recent trouble was raised has taken his departure for mid1 land to the music a brass band. Henry Pratt the Bright son Rev. W. Pratt Monroe bag become insane through Quot Bard study. He was in the senior class the High school that place. Alger Smith a co. Have bought eight Hundred and eighty acres Pine lands in Alcona county for $55,000. The government appropriation for the state militia is $12,340. At Wakefield the other Day eight tons Maie in one run cleared about $275 in Gold and Silver. Assays made in go Gebic and Lake Superior properties showed $50 and s3 per ton from Ore taken fifty feet below surface. Miss Ida Howgate Michigan daughter Captain Howgate once chief signal officer. Has been promoted from a a i 0 to a $1,-�,09 clerkship in Washington. James Shannon a Pioneer resident Manistee dropped dead there the other Day apoplexy. Charles m. Dunbar charged at Houghton with embezzlement from the Calumet and Hecla mine fled recently presumably to Canada. Uncle Luther Beecher the eccentric Detroit millionaire testified recently in the Wheaton Beecher Case that he had sunk $390, in the Biddle House and $800,090 in the Marquette k Pacific rolling Mill the old gentleman still has enough left to take care him in his declining Days. The hardware Stock George w. Platt Benton Harbor was seized recently a 19,000 chattel mortgage. Liabilities $20,-900, with assets a Little More. The Corner Stone the new $100,000 a ourt House at grand rapids will be Laid july 4. The foundation is already Laid and work has commenced the by a Walls. The steam Barge tempest caught fire in the St Clair River near Marine City a few Days ago from water getting into her cargo Lime and was burned to the water s Edge. Losa $55,000. Surveys Are being made with reference to bringing natural a to Detroit from the Findlay Region and the company which has the franchise says it s a swe thing. \

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