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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 22, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSoto tax have 2icjx3 Ettje 22? 1889. To. 5. Kate Chase Sprague is writing amp biography her father the late chief Justice Chase. She also contemplate publishing a volume personal memoirs. In new York they Are trying to organize a a Caterpillar Day a when every Man and boy will be asked to Lay aside other business Aird spend the Day in destroying these pests. A Portland Ore Man examined an electric motor recently and said it worked All right but that the electricity smelled dreadfully. The motor had just been varnished. Edward Hanlon sex Champion oarsman arrived in new York the other Day from Australia the steamship be amp landia after an absence nearly three years. He said his rowing Days were Over and Fie was going Back to Toronto to live. Not to this country alone were the recent rain Ilonda confined. England too has suffered severely though not such a tragic and sense bewildering scale As Pennsylvania. Fully three Hundred lives were lost by flood Agen pics in various parts the a land beyond the % a i y the superintendent new York prisons received a letter recently postmarked Philadelphia in which the writer offered a to act As a victim to science in a test Tho new electrical apparatus for killing criminals conditioned upon the payment to his family $0,000. It the Story that Many the survivors the Johnstown flood have lost All Faith in god and thrown away their bibles May be True says Tho Chicana Tribune but sounds improbable. In times dire disaster the believer usually clings All the closer to his Faith for Consolation. Figures compiled by medical societies and life insurance companies afford ground for encouragement that Tho american Raco will not die out completely for some time to come. The. Average length life in Russia is 28 years in France 451, in England 50, am in the United states 55. A letter was recently discovered Tho Massachusetts archives written by William Cullen Bryant in november. 1814, and soliciting a in the present struggle with a powerful enemy a lie tenancy in the army about to be raised for the Protection and defense the most Eastern Point the United a states is Quaddy head me. The most Northern Point is Point Barrows Alaska the most Western is Alton Island and the most Southern key West. Working from these four Points Many will be surprised when they locate the geographical Center Tho United mates. Isaac Pitman the inventor the system shorthand writing that bears his name is a Good example vigorous and industrious old age. He is past seventy six years age and works daily from six clock in the morning until six clock in the evening. He used to work from six clock in the morning until ten clock at night but now says that he is getting too old to work All Dav. The san Francisco bulletin says the Marahs Are the Only Indian tribe that coast that have saved their land and accumulated Money. Neah Bay the second Harbor Tho coast is their reservation. They own three sealing schooners and run the Only store in the whole country. During the sealing season most Tho Bucks go As Hunters getting from three to live dollars for each skin. An american traveler in Trinidad Tho Island that Columbus reached and christened after his Long and anxious journey 1498, says the Asphaltum Lake there that supplies the world covers ninety nine acres and contains millions tons pitch which is renewed As fast As taken out Trinidad is the place where oysters grow Trees. The bivalves Are raked off like fruit from the roots the mangrove running through the Cliffs into the water. The Conemaugh disaster has Stimus ated the people living near Large a Iticia bodies water to begin a Thor a ugh inspection the dams holding his water in Check. The Boston res avg a have been inspected and the us Ope Are reassured that the dams Are solid masonry. The same is True it the dams in the Housatonic Valley lie re Many smaller cities have their Rater Supply but the dam above Olean i. Y., which was built to form a Reser for the old Genesee canal is Simit a to that in the Conemaugh Valley has been condemned. Dave Fletcher Sumter county la., was passing through his Field re entry when the strange noise mide by mocking Bird attracted his attention be walked to where it was and found lat it was being attacked by a Hawk be stooped Down and picked up a piece f Fence rail and started to slip up in Hawk for the purpose killing it. E cautiously approached the Bird Hen to his Surprise the Hawk showed a rat . Fletcher walked up to him and a fight ensued but the Hawk was it overpowered and killed. It Meas red four feet and a half from tip to tip. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. For the first time in thirty years i Chi Clowdis a Livingston to Farmer went into a Saloon the other Day and took a drink whisky. He did this the invitation two strangers. The whisky being drugged Tho strangers Straightway went through the Farmers pockets and relieved him 61 $1,500, which they knew to had just drawn from the Bank. The Bunko men escaped with their plunder. Henceforth Clowdis is Likely to wait More than thirty years Between drinks. A French count when brought into court by eighty two different creditor acknowledged that he was some tit financially embarrassed but he wanted a Uttie More time to conclude it marriage with an amerio a girl. From Washington. In the United states there were 226 business failures during the seven Days ended the 14th, against 225 the previous seven Days the state deportment received word the 14th that the samoan treaty had been officially ratified at Berlin. President Harrison appointed the following Consul generals the i5$h Wakefield g. Frye Maine at Halifax Joseph a. Leonard Minnesota at Shanghai Zachary t. Sweeney Indiana at constantinople Oliver h. Dockery North Carolina at Bio de Janeiro Oliver h. Simons Colorado at St Petersburg George m. Roosevelt Pennsylvania at Brussels Levi w. Brown Ohio at Glasgow. At Twenty six read tag Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the weekender the 15th aggregated $1,994,-144,149, against 11 118,648,644 the previous week. As compared w Ith the corresponding week 1383 the increase amounted to 17.9 fire losses in the United states and Canada for the first five months the year were 156,515,000, against $57.686,50 during the corresponding months last year. Of the 18th general a Cius m. Fairchild Wisconsin sex commander in chief Tho grand army the Republic was appointed a member the Sioux commission. # the East. Lbs. Slachman aged seventy years and Esther Goldberg eleven years age were burned to death in a fire in now York the 14th, and the latter s Mother and mrs. Ruth Kowsky and her Little daughter were fatally burned. Rev. William n. . The oldest English lutheran Clergyman died the 14th at Canajoharie n. Y., aged eighty years. On the 14th the Standard sugar refinery Boston purchased Twenty Iivo thousand tons sugar in Cuba for $3,500,999 the 15th the exercises the one Hun dred and forty second annual commencement Princeton Ltd. A College took place. Dispatcher the 15th from new Jersey def Twaro Eastern Pennsylvania new York and new England indicated extensive damage to property and some loss life by storms accompanied by lightning. The woman who recently threw herself Over Niagara Falls was the 16th found to be my Frederick Stanfield wife a retired wealthy scene Painter in Buffalo. She was insane at times 8 a vice were held in the few churches remaining in Johnstown pa., the 16th, but the largest meetings the Day took place in the open air. Tho weather was Lair and the men seemed glad in Opportunity to turn from hard work to religion. A a Kcf gathered about the rough pulpits by the hundreds. During the Day Nix bodies were recovered but they could not to identified. In Jersey City n. J.,�?T oil4aiik was struck by lightning the 15th, and two Hundred thousand Gallons Petroleum were burned. Colonel Rogers who has charge the Bureau registration at Johnstown a estimated the survivors the 17th at 25,-000, and said these figures were presumably and approximately Correct. Deducting these 25,900 survivors from the total Popula Tion leaves 4,125 lives lost. A Tornado devastated the Large and hand some cemetery at Norwich n. Y., the 17th, and nearly every Headstone and Monument in its path we As broken defaced so As to be practically ruined. On the 15th the Granite Monument to the late president Arthur in Rural cemetery at Albany n. Y., was dedicated with Brief and simple ceremonies conducted by the new York friends the late president who contributed to the Cost the memorial. John Gilbert the Veteran actor who had been the stage sixty years died at Boston at noon the 17th, aged seventy nine years. John Lewes aged forty years the phenomenal fat Man who weighed six Hundred and forty pounds lied at his Home at Elmira n. Y., the 17th from Erysipelas. A he death Rev. William Hosmer n conspicuous figure in the anti slavery agitation and one the first Temperance advocates occurred in Auburn n. Y., the 17th. On the 18th Pennsylvania voted the question the adoption a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Man Job Ture and Sale intoxicants in the 8tate, and the returns indicated a majority 175,000 against prohibition. An amendment in favor abolishing the poll tax was Defeated. William e. Chandler was elected United states senator the new Hampshire legislature the 18th. In new York Anton Rocomio was released from prison the 18th, w Here to served a term for having stabbed his wife returned Home and crushed her Skull w Ith a Flat Iron killing her. He was arrested. The Baltimore a Ohio Telegraph company the 18th conveyed to the Western Union Telegraph company All its Telegraph lines and property every nature and description. West and South. In Cincinnati Tho 14th Thomas b. White a Saloon keeper was convicted violating the sunday closing Law and was sentenced to Twenty Days in the workhouse and a Fine one Hundred dollars. Of the 14th Frank Pabst a school director Kirksville a was shot and killed by his brother who then shot himself through the head no cause was known for the deed an unkown woman about forty years age committed suicide at Niagara Falls the 14th by jumping from raceway Point in Prospect Park. Her body was swept Over the american Falls and was recovered the Canada Side at the Point w Here she jumped she left a Bench a parasol a Sliver flask and a shawl. Alexander Sullivan Chicago in jail a charge conspiring to kill . Cronin was admitted to bail by judge Tuley the 14th. Bail w As fixed at $20,000. The death j. Leaman said to be the oldest Odd fellow in this country occurred at Chico the 14th. He was a charter member the Lodge organized by Wildie at Baltimore in 1819. Sharper bunkoed Isaac Walker a wealthy Farmer Poland o., out $5,009 in Cash the 14th. The percentage the base Ball clubs to the National league for the week ended the 15th w As As follows Boston .7 6 Cleveland .027 Philadelphia .585 new York .578 Chicago .452 Pittsburgh r400 Indianapolis. .809 Washington .877. American association St louts .687 ath Letic .059 Brooklyn .630 Baltimore .533 Cincinnati .479 Kansas City .446 column bus .4% Louisville. .166, Western association St Paul .783 Omaha .657 Sioux City .638 Minneapolis .473 Des Moines .454 Denver .405 St Joseph .285 Milwaukee .264. Of the 15th mrs. Boggs Boone court House w. A was shot and killed by her son who playfully pointed his Rifle at her. Bunt ind advices the 15th say that recent reports starving miners there were false and were circulated for political effect the East Side the Cascade mountains in Washington territory Forest fires were destroying vast quantities Fine Timber the 16th. A wind storm passed through Jig for ind the 16th, tearing Down Shade Trees and a roofing houses in its path. The total Loes would exceed $25,900. Newton q. Moore an old time freighter murdered his Youhg wife at Latke City col the 16th and then blew oat his own Ratna he was insanely jealous his wife item Tille a Iii thousands acres Corn were under water the 16th. Caused by the Lul Noii River overflowing its Bafik i. Near Lima 0hog cholera was raging the 15th. Hundreds animals had died and Many More were dying the disease which it seemed impossible to Check. On the 17th John Maple a Farmey wit amp his we Ife and three cell dry in attempted to Ford Simonton Creek Bear North Manchester. Ind but when near the Middle the Stream the Wagon was overturned and mrm. Maple and two children were drowned. A torn ado the 17th at Lake City Al Cut a Swath one Hundred feet wide destroying much property. On the 17th mrs. Elizabeth Tyler aged Twenty five years poured Coal Oil Ori her fire at Baltimore Myand As a result she and her baby Benjamin Harrison Tyler were burned to death. Dispatches the 17th say that a flood in the upper Walnut Valley in Kansas was very destructive. Mrs. Graham and her babe were drowned near Eldorado and . 0. Beai Eafin perished at Cassady. During the absence their Parent the 17th Elizabeth and Caroline Leavitt aged sixteen and eight years were murdered at their Home in Gresham. Neb. A flood in the Humboldt Kan District had the 17th ruined ten thousand acres wheat. Mrs. David b. Williams aged eighteen years was accidentally shot Aud killed by her husband the 17th near Independence la. War was declared by citizens Utica Loosa ala., the 17th Tho a a Moonshiner a illicit distillers. The latter were aimed and a bloody encounter was among the near probabilities. A storm in the Vicinity crawfordsvill9> ind., the 1 7 the extended Over a scope land ten Miles Long and one mils wide and ended in a regular Cloud burst. The damage to property w As great. It was reported from san Francisco cat the 17th that $1,900,000 had been subscribed for the proposed Cable Between san Francisco and Honolulu. Near Urbana. Ind., an attempt was made the 18th to wreck the Cyclone express the Cincinnati Wabash a Michigan railway a pile ties and other matter was placed the track and the engine struck the mass but did hot leave the track. A Bill w As signed by governor Francis Missouri the 18th that was opposed by All the Saloon keepers in the state. It prohibits the use pianos organs any musical instruments in saloons. The bail also prohibits the be cards Dice Bolti card Tab is Pool tables Bowling alleys and boxing gloves. A destructive storm passed through Tern ind the i Bill doing Many thousands dollars Worth damage throughout the City and country. On the 18th the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul Railroad company recorded a mortgage in Chicago Lor $150,000,900 to the United states Trust company new York. The mortgage was exe outed for Tho purpose taking up All indebtedness the Road and for improvement to be made a t a Ai s run by the Tennessee Coal Iron amp Railroad company for the acc Minoda Tion it workmen was thrown from the track the 18th near Birmingham ala., and two men were killed and nearly one Hundred others were injured. On the Leal High a Gaston Railroad a test was made the 18th a process invented for telegraphing from a moving train. Messages were received while the train was running at the rate thirty Miles an hour. On the 18th the remains John tier the first governor Tennessee were exhumed from near Montgomery were re interred at Knoxville Teun. They had been buried seventy four years. A destructive Bug about Tho size a pm head made its appearance Grain in Indiana the 18th, and Farmers feared a they would kit be most their crops. Meef Tate a. Foreign intelligence. The roof a Market House in the City Mexico collapsed the 15th and a dozen More persons were killed and a considerable number were wounded. Mrs. Gelines and her two children were drowned the 15th at three Rivers can., by the a wetting a boat the French government seized the 17th thirty thousand letters we Ritten to general Boulanger from sympathizer the 17th three lepers one Man and two women were found Cape Breton Island n. S. A procession was passing through the streets a silesian town in Germany the 17th when five the Parade a were struck Fly lightning and killed and forty others received severe shocks. Richard Wilson s House at Gloucester ont was destroyed by fire the 18th, and mrs. Wilson and two children perished in the flames. Or Wilson succeeded in saving three children. The Mother lost her life in trying to save her children. On the Ponsonby estate in Ireland the we Ork eviction was resumed the 18th, and several tenant were ejected from their Homes. Later. Or Charlotte Vixen aged seventy yers living near Washington ind., confessed the 19th that in november 188$, she murdered her husband whose body wart found tied to a tree with his Throat Cut from ear to ear. A quarrel Over property caused the deed. Hardy Hamilton was hanged the 19th at Rome ga., for the murder a chinaman. Tife mayor Belfast Ireland the 19th 8ent�5w by Cable to the Johnstown a sufferers As an instalment the amount to be raised by the citizens Belfast colonel H. P. Cart a Veteran the mexican War and the civil War and one the oldest citizens Marlon ind., died the 19th. It was estimated the 19th that the flood loss in Williamsport a would reach $10,000,090. Tyfo Choctaw indians named tuba and jumping Frog who had several Hundred dollars in their Possession were found murdered the 19th in the Woods Bagar loaf Mountain in Indian territory. The narrow gauge Railroad shops at Osceola la were burned the 19th, together with several locomotives the checker tournament in Chicago Between Reed Chicago and Barker Boston for the championship America and 400 stake Money closed the 19th with a Victory for Reed the score standing Reed 9 games Barker 7 drawn i. Or. And John Leavitt were arrested the 19th charged with the recent murder their two daughters near Gresham neb. Twenty buildings at Nashville ark.,were destroyed by fire the 19th. Neah Steubenville o., a mall train the handle Road was wrecked the 19th and two postal clerks were killed the conductor and a brakeman were fatally Hurt and a half dozen other persons were injured. Thieves broke into Tho Post office at Way Cross a. Early the morning the 19th and robbed the Safe $1,160 and a number registered mail pouches Martin Burka arrested recently in Winnipeg As an accomplice in the murder . Cronin was indicted for wilful murder the 19th by the grand jury in Chicago. The canard Steamer bothnia sailed from new York for Liverpool the 19th crowded with delegates for the worlds sunday school convention to be held in London july 2 to 5. Nettie Colburn a thirteen year old girl Elkhart ind., committed suicide the 19th by taking morphine sensitiveness about her personal appearance caused the act a the new York Central a eight depot at Buffalo n. Y., was burned the 19th. Official and estimated Ritorna the 19th from every county in Pennsylvania showed that the prohibition amendment was Defeated in the recent election by 188.-449 majority. Report from All but twelve counties showed a majority 140,990 against the amendment providing for Reneal the no 11-tax Nathl it a it i judge Onley decides that alexanders Sullivan is entitled to bad. And the distinguished pros Cetti lie leased under n Bond �20,000�?sobstenoe the judge s opinion. Chicago june 15.Alexander Sullivan is it Liberty under bail $29,000. His Bondsmen Are Hon. Fernando Jones one the oldest and most wealthy settlers Chicago and who celebrated his Seventieth birthday last week j. W. Toby the extensive dry goods merchant Michael w. Kerwin a read Petitt opera tool and Daniel Corker if Coel Iris Rich Alt. The combined fortunes the four Muri probably exceed a ,590,090. It was expected that judge Tuley would decide the Hareas Corpus Case during the Forenoon but he was unable to Complete the examination testimony and invite his opinion before 3 45 p. M. The scene around the court was intensely dramatic. Inside every seat and every foot ground was occupied arid even the Bench was Illva Ltd. But Eide in the corridor a great crowd made up in the main men whose countenances denoted their celtic origin struggled and Tore and beat in vain against the door Sullivan escorted by sheriff Matson and two deputies was brought in through a private Entrance. He was a Shade paler than usual and took a seat among his counsel. At 8 45 p. Fix judge Tuley ascended the Bench and without delay plunged into the Case. Having explained tin petition and the Law upon which it was based Fie proceeded to briefly review tie testimony taken at Tho Coroner s inquest and which had covered 1,199 pages Type written copy. He quoted extensively from the evidence the witnesses to whom Cronin had Haid that Alexander a ully Van would be the cause his death and that the latter had instigated a conspiracy to kill him. None this evidence he said would be admitted in a court Law. This excluded there was a practically no evidence a4lin8t him. It evils conceded that Bull Van was an enemy Cronin a it was also conceded that Cronin was a bitter enemy Sullivan a. There w Ere several theories the murder. One was that he was murdered by people for revenge growling out the to Bioty trouble. Assuming this la be so w hat evidence was there identifying Sullivan w Ith the crime he was not show n to be connected with the renting the cottage the hiring the horse and buggy. It was not shown that he knew Sullivan had met any the other prisoner no not could be traced Home to him. The theory that he was killed to prevent the exposition Tho Seei rets the a a Triangle was . It did riot appear that Cronin we As in posse Siori tar vital fact. A he bad would have been in existence after his death. He Coul i a Bave taken it with him and All tin evidence taken at the Buffalo investigation was in the Possession . Mcgahey 6f Philadelphia orid others. As to the the Corr that it was premeditated is a result a decree the clan Nagaei the fact stood out that Sullivan had severed his existence with that order years ago. How then could he influence control it it was not shown that he had Ever met had any business dealings with any rhe conspirator Theja by w As influenced by heresy testimony. The strongest evidence against Sullivan was furnished by himself. It w As the protest issued five Days after the doctor s disappearance against his sitting the Sullivan trial committee. It was couched in language extraordinary virulence and hatred. But this very publication at such a time tended to show that Sullivan had no knowledge the conspiracy. It seemed incredible that if he we As a party to it he w Ould promulgate such a document right after the murder. The evidence pointed to Sullivan As a Man who desired revenge Cronin but it pointed to no overt act no impartial Man could make up his mind that any jury would convict Sullivan this evidence. The Mere fact that one party was an in omy the Man killed was no proof that he was a participant in the trip Ideh in conclusion the judge said he had therefore come to try decision and not without very considerable hesitation that bail to such an extent As to insure his appearance should an indictment be found should be accepted. Sullivan presented his usual Cool stolid Demeanour when the decision was announced and an attempt to applaud w As suppressed by the bailiffs. There was an argument Between the states attorney and . Trude As to the amount bail the latter who said Sullivan was almost entirely without Means thought $5,000 to $10,000 sufficient finally $20,000 was agreed upon the four Gentl men named swore to foe aggregate Possession Over half a million real estate the Bonds were made out and signed and Sullivan walked out the room a free Man. States attorney Longenecker stated As his opinion that judge Tuley having declared Sullivan entitled to bail the judges the criminal court will hold the same Way even after the action the grand jury. One the men most Active in the investigation said in speaking judge Tuley s decision a there is nothing in it to discourage us. To knew that thera was great Liberty taken in bringing out evidence before the Coroner s jury and we Are also aware the fact that Tho testimony elicited would not secure a conviction before a Petit jury. We regard the decision in the Light a Victory in so far that such heavy bail was Chicago june 15. A states attorney Longenecker says he is surprised at the at a Tion governor Hill because a few weeks ago a similar requisition for an offender was honoured without question. When asked what course he would now pursue the state s attorney said that it would be useless to do any thing until in dict e n t s Are returned against mar Oney and Mcdonald Maronet. Which he is very sanguine will to done. Then another requisition from governor Fifer will be obtained and if necessary people will be sent to new York to establish the identity the men wanted. Exploding . A Good catch. It wreck an Indianapolis Rasid Enca am Burns a number person. Indianapolis ind., Juno an explosion natural at the residence mrs. Kilbourn 144 East new York Street Friday afternoon the following persons were seriously burned and bruised Fred l. Mcgahan plumber will probably die j. Crowden Printer Louis h. Fahr Baek Ella Kilbourn injuries very painful but will probably recover. The Kilbourn family had recently moved into the House and called in a plumber to connect the stoves with the pipes. While so engaged the was ignited from a lighted match wrecking the House and burning %11 the occupants the room. Bam a to death. New you june broke ont to n tenement Bouse containing Twenty two families at no. 83 Norfolk Street Friday night All the inmates escaped injury except an old woman named Kirschbaur and her 2 year old granddaughter Esther Goldbery whose bodies were burned to a Crisp. Loss $10,000. Burke indicted. Arrest my a Rtin Burke is Winnipeg. My. A Chicago Bali vials firm in the Belg i that he is one the franc in the Cronin murder his photograph Leotti fled As that a a Williams Quot Maronez and Mcdonald released. Chicago june 18.�? Martin Burke one the actual murderers . Cronin has been arrested in Winnipeg Manana an officer Tho Chicago Force is now Hil Way there to bring him Back. Burke has Tieri referred to from time to time As Jdc Ney arid is the Man who hired the is Pressman to take the furniture from 117 Clark Street to the Carlson cottage. Mis description was obtained from Martinson when the latter was found and an Active search was immediately instituted for him. He was traced from place to place but always managed to get away just before the police reached it. At one place Bis picture was quid. Dent la cd it p8sitively, and the search continued. On thursday last it was Learned that he had left the City a North bound train presumably for Canada and a minute description was wired to every Point along the route. Sunday night the department received a dispatch from chief police Mcrae Winnipeg reporting the arrest Burke just As he was stepping an East bound Cravitt find la his pocket was a ticket for Liverpool eng. Chief a Ubbard Saiu that he Felt much elated Over the capture and that the accuracy the identity was beyond question. Tfi6 Ca Riscus yesterday afternoon identified Tho picture Martin Burke which Captain Schuttler showed the grand jury As that one the a Williams a Brothers who rented the cottage where . Cronin was killed. Work a a toe a Quot a a fit if. The bulk the evidence Given before the grand jury monday was a routine character. The most important witnesses were desk Berca pc Montgomery the Chicago Avenue station and James w. Tuohy the latter one Alexander Sullivan s sureties. Montogmery under Strong pressure testified that the numerous Telephone Calls for detective Coughlin which he answered in the latter absence at the station came not from Lee irial Vul Haff. Fia liar been testified at the Coroner s inquest but from Telephone number c70. This is the number the instrument in the Law office Windes a Sullivan indicating that the latter Wras in frequent communication with the detective. Tuohy who was a Fol Low passenger with in a Caron Ott the Steamer that harried the in Lormer to liver Moi under the tame Beach was summoned to testify regarding the conversation he had with the Fey in Rijia the to save after hts examination was concluded he emphatic Al y i refused to state a Arhat had transpired and the grand jurors were correspondingly non communicative. Mrs Thomas Whalen the lady who kept Boule for p. O Sullivan wms also examined. She denied emphatically any knowledge the murder the men who committed the deed. In answer to the question where Sullivan was the Naglit May 4, Whalen testified that at 8 39 clock he was at Home. She left the House to get some things for he at a a store Lincoln venue. A two the Meir were out but they were let in by Sulivan in her absence. When she returned at 10 20 clock Sullivan was in bed and she was let in by one the men. Or Whalen is satisfied that at 12 clock that night Sullivan was in bed. Her sister was visiting her that night and she and her sister Lead to go up Tel flu Luvan s Totri for a cot bed. Of Sullivan spoke to them when they w Ere this errand. Winnipeg Man., june 18.Martin Burke the Man arrested Here sunday night for complicity in the Cronin murder w As seen in his cell monday night by a representative the United press. He is an athletic looking fellow and has a scar the front part Ani left Side his head. His face expresses great determination and looks like a fellow with sufficient nerve to assist in carry ingot details the font deed which he is suspected. In reply to questions he gave his name As Martin Burke and said he was from Chicago and his Way to the old country. Oil it being pointed out to him that this was not the Way to the old country Burke seemed confused and after some hesitation said he was just taking a look around before going. He further stated he had left Ireland four years ago proceeding straight to Chicago where he was employed by the City. He knew Cronin to see him but w As not personally acquainted with him. Burke further stated he w As not a member the clan a Gael and would claim British Protection and refuse to go Back with the Chicago officer. Burke in purchasing a ticket to Liverpool gave his name As w. Cooper. He does not look like an innocent Man who was outraged Over arrest but takes his arrest As a matter course. He Gaved Here saturday night and put up at a second class hotel he ski not Register. In his Valise Waif found r Felt hat supposed Tri have belonged to . Cronin. The name inside the hat appeared to be blotted out with the Aid chemical j he chief pol Tsi sought to restore the letter and character to correspond with Cronin a name were clearly distinguished. The prisoner admit that he has a brother in Chicago so that there is now Little doubt he is one the famous Williams brother burkes solicitor. In response to que fat tons said the intention was to ref fast to the s bitter end any Effort to extradite the Prii Oner. I Labont and my Donald released. New pork june 18.�? the three men we he came from Chicago for the purpose c f identifying Maroney and Mcdonald As prior Cipal accomplices in the Murcier d a. Cronin visited the tombs with authority to Nee the prisoner the suspects Weie placed in line with a score other prisoner William h. Hatfield who sold the fun u nature afterwards found in the cottage w Here Cronin was murdered was the first to pass along the line but he failed to identify either the men. He was 4-Lowed by Martinson the express Man 11 g. Throckmorton and Deputy sheriff Williams All whom failed to identify the suspect Maroney and Mcdonald were taken Back to their cells and the chicagoan left the prison. Judge Andrews a Tho supreme court discharged Maroney and Mcdonald the ground that Theio was no evidence which to hold them. Dakota crops. The oldest lutheran minister dead. New Yore june 15.Rev. William amp Scholl d. D., Cano Johore the oldest living English lutheran Clergyman died thursday aged 89 year he a a famous for building churches and we it mid aah Totic late advices report Small Grain a Complete fall Are. Minneapolis minn., Jane Lite the journals Mason City la special says notwithstanding the flattering crop reports seat out from Dakota relative to the anticipated abundant yield Small Grain late add vices received from a Good portion Western and South Dakota state that Small Grain is an entire failure More so than in any other year. The Grain is All burned up. Fully half the acreage was sown to wheat and oat Corn does not yet show the effect the drouth. Among the farming Community this failure will be sorely Felt. Gone to Otis Reward. Death Rev. William he Saver Dae the most prominent figures in the Aati-8laver/ agitation and a noted teat Pranee advocate. Auburn n. My june 18,�? Rev. William Hosmer a conspicuous figure in the anti slavery agitation and one the first Temperance advocates died monday morning aged 79. He was ordained a methodist Clergyman a 9$s. And was editor the Northern Christian advocate until 1856, when the general Confer Enoe removed him for hit abolition sentiment. He then started the Northern Independent Fia this e to and coot need until stricken by paralysis while a Temprance adult Loti in Cooper Jasmine org York h 13711 a a he grand Barf finds a True Bill age Lif Iii the w Winnipeg prisons charging flirt i with murder and conspiracy in the co Nln Caso his extradition to be sought at once a one his chums badly wanted. Chicano june 11 45 a m. The special grand jury investigating the Cronin care returned an indictment against Tho Man Burke under arrest at Winnipeg. The indictment contains two counts one for murder and one for conspiracy to murder and is a Siref fed Martin Turk otherwise known As Martin Delainey other-wi8o known As Frank William the ill dict ment is the first returned by the jury and was Only found after chief Hubbard had twice gone in person to Martin Burke the jury room and requested the jurors to take the shop. In the murder count the indictment says that Burke did unlawfully i fully and with malice aforethought together with other persons to the jury unknown inflict divers wounds nit bruises and contusions Tho person Patrick ii. Cronin which did result in his death. In the conspiracy count the same words Are used and the words a conspire with unknown persons to inflict a Aro added. Sheriff Matson was at the criminal court building Reudy to take charge Tim Oaptar and wiil probably Send one his do puff to Winnipeg to return with Burke. It is officially Given out that no More indictments will to returned before the final report is ready. The indictment against Burke was brought into court at the Earnest solicitation chief Hubbard who said that it would take two weeks for the special flies Heilger i fake the Kir Eulic from Chi Bago to Winnipeg by the Way Spring Field 111., Washington d. C., and Ottawa ont. The messenger has started. Captain Schuttler is said to have Dis Fco Kelcil that pm Rob Hotd b in plotting to kill Cronin for a Long while before he surf needed. For instance when Cronin was summoned to a deserted plac8 Butterfield Street to attend a sick Man whom to never found Burke had moved to that a Short time previous it is said that he was ther for foe purpose murdering Cronin and failed to to the ? work account being drunk. Not Only so but he shot off his Mouth with great Freedom while there and made no secret the fact especially when a was a trek Forit be meant to kill Ronta the police want to find Michael Uci Orcy alias a the evidence is accumulating that Martin Burke the Winnipeg prisoner is one Tho a a Williams a Brothers who leased the Carlson cottage. In Michael Cooney the Violice believe that they have discovered the other brother. He answers the description foe a a Lahty one the two mysterious individuals Al does Martin Burke that the larger one. Cooney is a Brick-1 Flye by Trade and is a most hot headed fellow by disposition. He was a member Camp 20 the clan a Gael and moreover was an intimate Friend Martin Burke. In stature Cooney is about live feet six inches in height the police have some very important evidence against Cooney. He is said to have left Chicago the night the sunday a which . Cronin was buried. That was the flight 8t Mil Fri b urge s disappearance. Prior to May 4 Cooley was hard up but shortly after Cronin a disappearance he was flush with funds and the sunday succeeding the bloody event he blossomed out in a new silk hat and a suit new clothe then he left Chicago at least he disappeared from Tho quarters he bad former / frequented. Those Tulk Gbo is. The telegrams to Sullivan produced by the Western Union Telegram it a company in obedience to an order the court proved very disappointing to the author tie there were some Twenty messages produced by Tho Telegraph company but they were All addressed to sent by Alexander Bill Lovrin. There a a Asho one that could be construed in any Way As having been intended for Maroney cough in and none were found which were sent by to them under their proper name neither we As there record found where messages had been delivered to the Resi the samoan treaty. Jhu Fie Listii Lite Berua censer no and their. Labor Tbs agreement signed some a it Molt important provisions. Berlin june 15.the agreement negotiated by the commissioners to the samoan conference for affairs in Samoa was signed Ivy All the members the conference Friday afternoon. America having abandoned her principal objections to the agreement previously arrived at the plenipotentiaries had Only to make modifications in the wordings the draft the treaty. The draft guaranteed Art autonomous administration the islands tinder a be Jdant control Germany and America Eib Jand acting As arbitrator in the event differences arising. The samoans Are to elect their own King and Viceroy and to be rep i Asen Ted in a Senate composed the principal Chieft Ami Chambers elected by the people. Samycia is to have the right levying duties every kind. The treaty also stipulate to that the germans shall receive a Money indemnity for their Tosse a special court will be Appi Fiteni the Deal with the land question. The americans made their adhesion conditional upon the ratification the treaty by the United states Senate. The status quo will therefore obtain in Samoa until de Mibu to. Of. Helps will carry the treaty to Wash in Tori. Me Lars. Kass fit Bates and Rhelps cordially thanked count Herbert Bismarck for the amp urte Ous manner in which they had been created and they warmly praised the sk9 and the tact with which he had presided Over a deliberations the conference. Sir Edward Malet thanked count Herbert behalf the English Delegate count Herbert in reply said he hoped they had reached a final solution the difficult Questi Ort. Washington june �5.the agreement Between England Germany and the United states samoan affairs was signed at Berlin at 2 clock in the afternoon. It wiil not be made Public until confirmed by tha Senate. London june 15.the Tosto a Berlin Cor Fol Sponden says a the Samoa the flt arranges for the restoration Malietoa and for Tho appointment Jerman and american advisers to the l no with an English Counselor to adjust a balance. The american delegates have the utmost Confidence that the treaty will be ratified by the United states the Berlin correspondent the times Narus that the Gist the samoan agreement a that Malietoa shall be reinstated that the control aft tips shall be left mainly to the samoans that questions touching the life property foreigners shall be subject to the decision a resident judge american English German and that the importation it liquor and fire arms a fail be restricted London june 15.the�?T times commenting the samoan agreement Saj d a perhaps it s As Well that Bismarck has been made to real be that where american interests a i d concerned the american government to very Little affect do a Many those considerations which rest Iii the the european governments with whom he is More accustomed to Deal and with whom he can act the s very reason Deal More easily. The times intimates that Germany will think twice before she provokes a collision with America. A a Tami crops destroyed by floods. Eitam Ive damage reported in soft Hufh Indiana and along White River. Vincennes ind., june 15.the june floods have worked disaster to the Farmers Southern Indiana who have crops in the Bottom Lyl Rindfl. Thousands upon thousands acres Fine Fly run arid hundreds acres wheat Ard covered by the water which now spreads Over the Fertile Fields along White River. The Farmers Liyu ing in the White River Bottoms have Beekil driven from their Homes to the Hill serious Troub e has been experienced in getting the Stock and feed to places safety. In places the Grain is entirely submerged and in others the head the ripening a part if ios seen above the surface a vast sea water the porn prospects have never been better. From a to Utard Sporic and other Points along White r1tt the same report is sent the 55abasil# i High and is rising steadily so far the Wabash is confined to its Banks yet Farmers along this River Are in danger if the Rise continues. The Embarrass is flooding it butt Meta the Mill dam at Lawrenceville is Likely be swept away at any moment the crops Are being destroyed a us thousands dollars will be old Sec Only a big drunk. The rumoured uprising Chippewa in ditto id mime Oil proves to have been an affray which had its origin in fre quent draughts bad a Wiki Monif one person killed. Mora minn., june 15.jim chatty Chi Ltd. Of the Snake River band arrived Here Fri. De no either them under a possible mount and conferred i Tiff Captain w a cd Retro a i to a mh0 Gald that the troubl0 we alias. Of the telegrams addressed to Sullivan Hist to it them Aryl said j have been a business Ria Ture a few were cablegram from and to his wife in Europe and not a few were messages condolence with him in his trouble sent by i sympathizing Friend there Are one Woof the messages which May require Fuller explanation than a Mere Reading them \ discloses but it is said that so far there has been nothing incriminating found in j them and nothing leading to any Light As to the nature in Ember the Cronin i ferns piracy. Labouchere in sulltvan�?T3 defense. London june Labouchere writing in truth about the charges against Alexander Sullivan says that every thing that the times which has an agent and banking account in Chicago can do to prejudice the Public against . Sullivan will be effectually done first because . Sullivan advised Patrick Egan respecting information sent to England regarding caused by whisky and there w Ould be no general uprising that the indians desired to maintain peae Ofril relations Between themselves and the White. He said that the indians would assist bring the murderer Magnuson Justice. The True version the affair will soon be accurately known. The indians had been supplied with whisky by Lawless Whites and while drunk they had made the attack. It is generally believed that Magnuson was the Only one who was killed injured. Nothing definite will be known until today. Took her own life. A woman casts herself Over the fall a Niagara. Niagara Falls n. �?~y., june unknown woman went Over Tho Falls Iii Day committed suicide. And it is supposed she a policeman who saw the body in the rap the Parnell forgeries and second because Founti the River Bank in Prospect in actual want. Destitution among the Loeked-0�t at braid Wood. Joliet 111., june 2tl-there Are Nuscis destitution and starvation amont families the locked out Coal miners foe Braidwood District a committee a diet citizens sent Rev. James Lewi a the Ceil ral presbyterian Church a d j a Walter Secretary the Loung men s Christian association Fos City Braidwood to investigate the condition foe miners and their families. They found Many cases actual want in foe households Tny Miner nearly nil whom have Laic families children. Ret. Lewi and Walter saw family steer family turned away from the Relief Headquarters with the remark a we have no Flo if a you to Day come in Many cases this meant neither supper nor breakfast and there were no doubt Many families too a proud to beg Relief. The Relief committee Calls the citizens generally to bestow whatever they can in Charity for the Relief the suffering families the miners. A Benefit concert will be Given at the opera House to night and subscription lists to Raiffie Money hav been started in various parts the City. At the beginning the strike there Wero 1,214 men employed. Silloo then about 390 principally Young men have left braid a Wood for other Points leaving about 1,000 miners most whom Are Heads Fame a lies. It is a Safe estimate to say that 5,000 persons Havo been left without Means nationality the braid Vood miners was found to be 100 negroes 3x italians 150 bohemians and 450english. Irish scotch am americans. The miners Havo a Relief comr Brittee but supplies Are scarce. The Johns own fund. Governor Beaver and ii ref Ulm Milioner formulate flame for it df�t�1bution-a portion to go to sufferer fro i flood in other localities. Johnstown. A june the con Fco Centre wednesday governor Beaver s Relief commission which lasted about three hours the Pittsburgh members the commission wanted the $1099,000 loan expended upon measures solid Relief for Johnstown while Tho Eastern members were the opinion that the Susque Hafle a and Jim Fogata Valley sufferers were also entitled to recognition after a great Deal talk governor Beai Fly decided that Johnstown should have 7j> 89 per cent the $1,999,-000. The next question a Bow the Money should be a distributed buildings wern conceded the first want the people and 500 Chicago ready made houses will tie pus up and furnished As soon As they can be got upon the ground. It was also decided to devote every Means possible to Tho stricken people the Community self supporting and induce them to get work As soon As possible. A Resolution was passed that All the Money in sight All the Money raised and that will be raised will not a sufficient to meet the wants the sufferers to the flooded Valley. The commission elected governor Beaver chairman and it s. Stevens Philadelphia Secretary. The commissioners and All praised general Hastings services in the Conemaugh Valley in this great emergency. Governor Beaver and his party called miss Clara Barton toe president the red c Oss society to Day and each gentleman was presented separate. The governor congratulated Mina Bardorf her Good work. _ _ a huge meat Combine. American and dealer make up a company rtitfr�4.500,000 capital. New York june 29, a an amalgamation the cattle and fresh meat interests to c. A Joseph Eastman this City and John Ball a sons limited London Glasgow Liverpool and other towns in great brio in has been practically effected and the Stock the new concern known As a Eastman s limited a has been subscribed in the London Market. The capitalization is $4,590,090. Of which $2,000,900 is in 8 per cent cumulative preferred shares $50 each and t2,o00,0u0 in Ordinary shares $50 each paying 16 per font the american currency equivalent for the London figure being used Tho Board management in this respect will file composed George g. Williams press Dent the in i Mical National Bank and t. A Joseph Eastman. The firms which the formation this company will amalgamate Are among the pioneers the Trade exporting fresh meats in refrigerators to great Britain the business in which John Beil a Bons Are engaged is the Selling tha the to shipped to great Britain from abroad principally from Jan circa Australia new zealand and the Twer Giatto. The firm has the largest Trade id dressed meat in great Britain. It i believed that the new arrangement will result in Calll Power prices for american meat in the English Market aft thus increase its already go at popu Larity there. _ _ kill cd by playmates. Four Young India Tiam murder a i3-y� old com pm. Terre haute ind., june 2fl.two Brot i ers named Douglass and two brother named Pearman whose Ages Range from 9 to 15 years murdered a boy named Snydr aged 13, in Vermillion county and Threva his body into a Creek. They had a grudge against Snyder and had often threatened his life which he informed his father who thought tha boys were teasing his soil tuesday the four boys persuaded the Snyder boy to go bathing with them. At night the Snyder household was alarmed by the absence the boy and instituted a search which resulted in finding his body in the Creek. There were several knife wounds the body and one Over the Eye penetrated the brain. There was also a Bullet Hole in the head. The four accused boys have been placed under arrest. They refuse to talk about foe affair. Quot Reed wins. He selected father Dorney to convey across the Eft the documents who Fly sea fled Tho times Case. Or. Labouchere says the assertion that . Sullivan misapplied funds entrusted to him is known be absolutely false. He thinks it probable that these charges have been brought against Park a Black silk parasol a handkerchief a a Ftp Black material and an empty half spirit flask which had contained whisky and a Glas William Glassbrook mate the Steamer maid foe Mist towed the body the Shore below the new suspension Bridge. Tho clothing from the . Sullivan in order compel the pro j was Down was gone with the exception auction Tho books the american league just As the forgeries were published in order to obtain an inquiry into the Irish league finances in merry mood. A a us Czas a remarked the Shah Persia As a bomb exploded near him. A ooh Shaw a retorted the Czar and they continued their punning match with Only occasional glances at a nihilistic Eagle which was trying to drop a loaded Tortoise their Heads. A How much do you Gina rally git for a Job wee this in asked a Rural bridegroom foe minister who married him. A the Law allows me a Dollar. A a Well Man alive Here a yer Dollar. I done to Wanter go Law about it. Reckon i la have trouble enough now during the Paris exposition the Figaro will print a special Centenary edition in an office it has arranged the second platform the Eiffel Tower nearly five Hundred feet above Tho ground. The subscription to this edition for six months will be thirty francs. Clara a a Mother just think it a Mother a a what is it my daughter a Charles has insured his life for my Benefit for fifty thousand a has he Well now my daughter there is no longer any objection to your making him that a Ngel cake you have been talking a i hear they Are going to use electricity in said the wife a a How can they Tan by electricity in a a the electric current my dear a replied the husband a gives foe hide such a Shock that it opens its pores like a scared child does its Mouth and then the Taij fog material get a its Fino the shoes and stocking Tho woman was about 40 years old. It is rumoured that she came from Buffalo by an afternoon train. A m estimate our population. Washington june 15.preparations for the taking the census Ink assuming shape. The appropriations provide for 175 supervisors which is an excess Twenty five Over foe number employed in 1880. This excess supervisors will go to South and West one each going to Oklahoma and Alaska. The Bureau estimate foe population is g5,000,000 for this Cense a bought s3 500,000 Worth rugar. Boston june� Standard sugar refinery this City has effected what is believed to be the largest Purchase sugar Ever made having secured 25,000 tons in Cuba at five cents calling for some #2,500,00u f�mll7 her let caused a separation. Louisville. Ky., june 15.edward cd Cohen aged 18, and miss Lee Rosenberg aged 15, eloped saturday night and were married. Sunday it developed that a feud Twenty years standing existed Between foe Faillie and the lovers were forced to give Earh other up. Efforts Are now being made to secure a divorce. The origin the feud is withheld by both families. Be in not dead. Tombstone a. T., june 15.John Hillman Lawrence kan., who was supposed to have been killed several years ago and whose wife received 140,000 ism foe life i surant companies has been arrested her and will be Toko be id Dono the Chicago lad rests the title Champion at checker from barter Bostons a close finish. Chicago june 23.the checker tournament for the championship America and $409 stake Money closed wednesday Victory for Reed the score standing Reed 9 Barker 7 drawn 34. At wednesdays play each contestant secured game. The match has lasted two weeks the latter part the struggle being very close and exciting. Workers in the Vineyard. Three Hundred representative to die world sunday school convention at London sail from new York. New York june 20.there sailed for Liverpool Board the Inlet 300 delegates to the Worth s sunday s Bool convention which meets in London july 2 they come from All ports the Union representing foe sunday schools All the leading cities they expect to reach London june 29. On july 1 they will be received by the lord mayor London and the following Day the regular sessions foe convention wiil begin. Quot must not Shavo Gandar. Indianapolis ind., june 20.the supreme court has decided the Case the Appeal by Barber Knott who was arrested and fined for keeping open 8unday. The court held that shaving and hair cutting Are not wants necessity within the meaning foe statute and foe judgment Fine in foe lower court is affirmed. To bund immense steel works. San Francisco june 20.h. W. Hammond representing an English Syndicate has selected s site St Vallejo opposite the Mare Island Navy Yard for extensive Iron and steel Orfea ten million dollars have been Sabana Lor the pm Reese Fly by a a

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