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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 11, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSouth Haeydt mich., Fco us a 11, 188�. Ito. 51. Oklahoma was a Pari the Louisiana Purchase 1802. The name Oklahoma a Chickasaw word Means a Beautiful mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe a illness has Given a pc nolo Toms Cabin another Boom and More than one thou my copies it Are again sold every week. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. Week recently Twenty five emigrants left the leading in one thousand european ports for the United states. The whole world seems to have a liking for Uncle 8am. Halford a ays no truth in the stories the president s ill health. He has known . Harrison for Twenty years and his health was never better than it is now. 1j.�o a a smasher has just been fined $75 and sent to the Chicago bridewell for plying his vocation the streets. A Chicago daily says he will serve the City More usefully for some time come in the Kitchen mashing Pota toes. A Pitts i Roii Man Lias Dev is cd a method playing the piano by Clec Tricia. Thus do two methods torture. Music by electricity and elocution by electricity walk along the corridors the present Vith Arm from Washington. The commissioner the pension lion stated the 3d that the Numier sex Soldier a who were drawing pensions for total blindness at the rata �72 per month was 8.&Quot>8. There were 1m business failures in the l no Ted i Tatos during the seven Days ended the id against 181 the previous seven Days. The total failures in the United 8tatos january 1 to Date was 4,396, against 3,892 in 1888, the a id sir j Titian Faunlee Force the now j British minister was formally presented to there is a the Trident by a Secretary state blab. The president issued a proc lamac Oil the 3d throwing open the fort military reservation in Dakota for intent a Twenty six leading Hou it United states the Exchange during the a a a the aggregated 1843,-v 5�54.w>.ils the previous a. A a ired with the corresponding. J i Terease amounted to 15,3. _ a rpt ton president Harrison the to j new military Post near Amataga will let a Rajni a fort Mcpher Sota a in Honor Gen Rani Janies b. Mcpherson who was killed near the site july 22. 1864. Assistant attorney general Sli ields decided the 6th that appointments to service under the census act were not within the civil service rules 0> the orb the horses and carriages used by Cleveland while president were sold the week 1 Ito. A lev. Of us agricultural. Department Tjas plans for sex Len. J Sivc experiments in to la a Maryland experimental pm in grow Inland Manu i factoring sorghum. Similar exp Cri in ends ��11 be made in Louisiana. Iowa my Kansas. At auction the entire outfit realizing 2 043.8�. President Chatt Riox made the following appointments the 7th a l Thomas and Sells to to governor and Secretary Utah respectively Frank a. Palmer an entire lumber Camp and logging out fit one million feet logs and $5,u00 Worth driving supplies were hurtled the 6th near Moroa. Minn. Mph. Joint Hill Silver Creek township ind., died the 6th at the age one Hundred and two years. Floren Beck j ged ten years was frightened to death the 6th by a runaway team at St. Joseph a Boomers were flocking into Pierre d. T., the 6th, waiting for the opening the Sioux reservation. Flames destroyed thirty Man Bullinga in Orleans i a Juare bounded by Julia Locust up read and Magnolia streets the 6th a nil business portion Waldron mich., is burned the 6th. On the 6th the St Vincent orphan Asylum three Miles East Vincennes ind., was burned. Fortunately none the one Hundred and five homeless and Parent less boys were injured. At Kansas City the 6th Clara Graham a Beautiful girl eighteen years was convicted horse stealing and sentenced to two years imprisonment. She is the Only woman Ever convicted in Missouri horse stealing. Irving latter trial at Jackson mich., for the murder his Mother Jan uary last was the 6th found guilty a Meixler in the first degree j masked burglars entered Frazer a Mcdonald s Bank at Forest City mo., the j 7th, compelled the cashier to give them the i contents the Safe 14,500, and then made j their escape. J. K. Mccormick a contractor disappeared from Tacoma w. T., the 7th i with about $50,000 secured from friends i in Northern Michigan Forest fires were raging the 7th where there Hud been no rain for several months. The fires extended through several counties and much valuable Timber had been destroyed Illinois to be Public Printer and Theodore a and met it re was threatened. The thousands Lahonna Boomers who fail to secure a Homestead town lots will return with a big Stock a experience but that article though Wostl v and valuable can not be swapped for groceries nor used a it lateral at a Bank. Roosevelt new Thompson Seuth service commissioners. York and Hugh 8. Carolina to Imp civil York state Arbor Day col the Rock which lilo proposed a Salt Trust will split is a Rock Salt re Only discovered in Kansas. It is hic Hundred to i los Long inc nov five Miles do and four Hundred feet thick. A Trust in seashore Sand is about a practical 1 As a Trust in Salt m l Erin tender la Kotek expects in a Hort time to have a Hundred clerks a engaged the preliminary work the eleventh census he will have sixteen Hundred at work next year but the smaller number will serve until the actual work enumeration is nearer at hand. In Stafford county. Kan., a Cyclone the 7th injured Twenty five persons five fatally wrecked several houses and wagons and plows were carried for hundreds Yards and horses a re picked up and whirled through the air. Over one Hundred a a Eric Bah were made homeless and destitute. A lad named Bates who was bitten month ago at Middlebury ind., by a dog died the 7th in terrible agony from hydrophobia. Captain Moore a stables near Cynthiana kv., were burned the 7th, consuming fifteen valuable Hornea one them Wilke was valued at �15,000, and a Colt was valued at �10,000. Fire destroyed nearly the entire Village Elba Minn., the 7th. The Home mra c. Wizman at Hillman ind caught fire during her absence the 7th, and two her children perished and to meet it bettor by reducing the third was fatally burned. The Shock i had made the woman insane. The big show begins. President Carnot touches an electric Hatton and set in motion Tho vast machinery the Paris exposition Home Tho a Slider the great exhibit. Paris May 7.�?at 2 clock monday afternoon surrounded by his ministers and Many distinguished Guesta. President Carnot stood under the great dome the exposition building formally to declare it open. The speeches by the president and others were characterized alike by tact and taste and the solitary tarring incident the Blank Cartridge discharged by a maudlin sensationalist who was ascertained to be a harm Leas imbecile deserving Only pity has already been forgotten. With the president were Tiemier Girard yoga Guyot i he state Nebraska first inaugurated Arbor Day in 1872. Since that Date it is estimated that six Hundred and fifty million Trees have been planted in Nebraska and Twenty four Othey mates have adopted the custom. The Man who plants Trees and preserves to Iowa is the Friend the generation to come after him. Sex mayor Vaux Philadelphia is a quaint figure. He is an old fashioned Quaker City lawyer. He wears a Swallow Tail coat a Broad brimmed hat and carries a Groen Baize bag. As the Only living american who Ever danced with Queen Victoria to is ire d7�?Ti�?~,k d a a a a a a a. J a Aedward 8. Tobey a Quentlyn pointed out to strangers but to is oblivious to the sensation he often creates. The East. In the Public schools new the first general Observance took place the 3d. Sixty Oso strikes involving 12.103 strikers were reported to brads reef s during april last against 123 strikes with 26,000 strikers in april 188s since january 1, 1880, there were reported 221 strikes and 48 124 strikers against 313 strikes and 07,960 strikers during the Samo four months 1888, Aud su3 strikes and 1.53,038 strikers in 1ss7. J get Roe Francis train in new York the a a Al passed i fourteenth Day total abstinence from food and drink excepting j water Aud a Litty weak lemonade. He says n Grent Prsir Lance is soon coming and he j will i a Able his weight. I amp Leroy n. Y., a fire the 3d destroyed w. I. Matthews a co s malt House and con j tents. Loss �20,00. On the 4th Whitelaw elem minister to franc i and Samuel Thayer minister Netherlands sailed from new York for their respective posts. Or. Mark s reformed Church located near Gettysburg pa., celebrated the Centennial it the congregation s formation the 5th. At Toby Hatina ta., Jeffery Harrison an Elk Ven year add Boj shot and instantly killed Sophia Everett during a Petty a barrel the 4 the. About 4,->00 immigrants were landed at Castle Garden new York the re the. Near Hartford conn., Twenty one freight cars were wrecked the 4th, and one Hundred and Twenty one hogs wer killed. On the 6th the building trades strike at Pittsburgh which involved fifty thousand men was settled in favor the4employes, and work would be resumed at once. The death Mary Nolan occurred the 6th at Glencoe l. A at the age one Hundred and four years and nine months. Fifth three persons started in a six Days pedestrian contest at new York the morning the 6th, but Over one half by a runaway the 7th at la lev Fla . And mrs. J. Chiu chill Iowa and . And mra j. D. Burdett were thrown from their Wagon and . Burdett was killed and the two women fatally Hijra republicans the nineteenth congressional District Illinois the 7th nominated Thomas s. Ridgway for the vacancy caused by the death it. W. Town Hend. On the 7th the Johns Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore md., was formally opened. Its construction was begun More than ten years ago and the total Cost was �2,051�,000. The Village Beaver dam o., was visited by a fire the 7th which destroyed Tho entire business portion besides Many residences at Peoria 111., an incendiary fire the 7th destroyed the packing House William Reynolds and spread to Zell Schwa Backer amp distillery Sheds Wasich were burned together with eighty cattle. Rear Admiral Worden is one the oldest naval officer he is just seventy years afe and be was forty four and Only a lieutenant when he commanded the Monitor in her great fight against the Merrimac. His promotion was not slow after that for ingress passed a special act to promote him out the regular line. Admiral Worden makes his Home in Washington though he is by birth a new yorker. Mrs. Margaret Arnold the oldest a person in Ohio was born near Richmond va., july 4, 1777. Her father was Robert Kiser four whose twelve children Are still living. Mrs. Arnold spends All her time now in bed and is totally Blind. She has a remarkable appetite and weighs one Hundred and ten pounds. Her height is five meet two inches. Since the year 1819 she has been addicted to the tobacco habit and even now lights her Pipo now and then. Red Cloud the Sioux chieftain who recently called president Harrison is sixty four years old but looks much younger. His hair has a Sligh crinkling Gray but his form is erect step firm and his Eye Bright he �9 not a handsome Man but he is an imposing Indian and looks like what he is a great chief. He Speaks very Little English. He owns a big farm raises Corn for Sale and is Rich enough to live without doing work with his own bands. He hires younger indians to work his farm. As the 6th reelected at Boston a. President the american Pexce society. In new York the 6th the Centennial the introduction the first piano into the United states by John Jacob Astor was celebrated. Two Young ladles Margaret Donovan Aud Margaret Brien were struck by an engine while walking a railway track at Pittsburgh a the 7th and both were killed. Thlu Tate new York the 7th purchased three alternating current electric dynamos to be placed in the penitentiaries at 8ing sing Auburn and Clinton to be used for the killing condemned criminals. It was said the 7th that the steel cruisers Chicago. Boston Atlanta and York town were to be fitted out As a flying Squadron and sent a cruise around the world. The stockholders the new York equitable fire insurance company resolved the 7th to wind up the affairs the corporation and go out business. Watson Bownes residence at Westchester n. Y., was destroyed by fire the morning the 7th, and Bownes Mother two children and two servants were burned to death. Or. Bownes succeeded in saving his wife and one child. At Niagara Falls the new suspension Bridge to replace the one carried away by a Cyclone last Winter was opened for travel the 7tll the Structure is 1,260 feet Long 17 feet wide and 107 feet above water. The number immigrants arriving in the United states during the first nine months the current fiscal year is officially stated As 255,707. This is a decrease from the 293,281 arrivals in the corresponding part last year and the 200,961 the same part two years ago. All the nationalities show a decrease except Russia great Britain leading the list with a decadence 12,-Ooosoula the better times in England which have recently furnished nearly full employment for labor there Are in part to be credited with this result. A Crank walked into the office the Secretary War at Washington the other Day. And taking the Secretary a chair opposite to general Benet who is acting As Secretary declared that he was Secreta a War having been appointed by . Cleveland. The officials Humoured the Man who busied lil self in giving orders and discharging the appointment clerk until police officers arrived and took charge him. He was identified As a Man named Baker who had taken charge the police Headquarters a few Days before in a similarly informal Way. A Young lady at Portland me., has worked up a new business in which she is said to be doing Well that Reading to old disabled people. In arc is no re Guam Why such instances i.fcwu4 not be common West and South. The republicans the fourth District Kansas the 3d nominated Harrison Kelley for Congress to succeed Thomas f. Ryan appointed minister to Mexico. Quot rid Smtth coloured who died the 4th at Crawfordsville ind., was born in Glasgow county tenn., one Hundred and one years ago. A boat capsized the 4th in Braxton county w. ., and the family p. Harr consisting himself wife and two children Werd drowned. On the 4th Samuel Coli Man aged eighty one years a wealthy Farmer living near Washington court House o., was swindled out $6,000 by two Confidence men the percentage the base Ball clubs in the National league for the week ended the 4th was an follow Philadelphia .714 new York .625 Boston .625 Pittsburgh .600 Indianapolis .500. Cleveland .454 Chicago 441 Washington .000. American association 8t Louis .764 Kansas City .606 Baltimore .642 athletic .015 Brooklyn .500 Cincinnati .333 Columbas .307 Louisville ,300. Western association Oil aha sip 8t Paul .750 Sioux City ,6a� 8t Joseph .555 Denver .500 Minneapolis .400 Milwaukee .200 pcs Moines .2uu John Zinkhorn h Saloon at Newtonville ind., was blown to atoms the 4th. A Keg powder with some fuse had been placed under the building. This was the Only Saloon in that town. On the 4th William Gilmore a prominent Young Man Albany ga., shot and killed his seven teen year old wife and then killed himself. Domestic trouble wee the cause. A dynamite explosion the 5th near la Porte ind., set fire to sixteen Large icehouse belonging to the Washington ice company Chicago and they were destroyed. Forest fires were doing great damage the 4th in Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota Tbs death major John n. Edwarda one the editors the Kansas City times and one the Best known newspaper men in the West occurred suddenly in Jefferson City a the 4th, paralysis Alt. Sunday trains were the 5th taken from the entire Dakota division the Chicago a Northwestern Railroad. It covers a trackage sight Hundred Miles Over five Hundred saloons in Cincinnati wars closed the 5th, and those that kept open would be prosecuted. At Brasil ind., four thousand miners re Tornado to work Tho 0th the differences with their employers having been adjusted. Foreign intelligence. The death Herr Meyer the largest Ivory importer in the world and a brother in Law Carl Schurz occurred at Kiel Germany the 31 at Dublin orders were issued the 4th for the release from jail William Brien and Timothy Harrington. On the 4th the Volcano Vesuvius was in an alarming state eruption. Streams lava were coursing Down the Mountain the Pompeii Side. In the Vicinity 8t a1 phone. Que., disastrous floods prevailed the 5th and much suffering had been occasioned among the inhabitants in that District the 4th the new steamship Marri Scoba the first steel Steamer Ever built in Rinada was successfully launched at Owen sound. The Paris position was opened the afternoon the 6th. By the capsizing a Sloop the 6th near St John n. B., six men were drowned. The death Jose Riva ban a spaniard occurred the 7th at Bordeaux France at the Are one Hund Rcd and eighteen years. On the 7th eleven unidentified victims the recent grand trunk wreck were Given Public burial at Hamilton ont an immense crowd was in attendance. Later. A a Witch engine the Michigan Central Railroad struck a Street a amp a the 8th in Kalamazoo mich., killing six women and injuring four other Persona the business portion North Judson. In was burned the 8th. The ninth annual convention the Amer lean Library association met at St Louis the 8th. Cut Worms were the 8th said to lie ravaging the Cotton Fields Southern Arkansas. Enormous deposits Copper were found in the state Chiapa near the City Mexico the 8th. Near Sibley la mrs. Carrie Furrell was mysteriously murdered the 8th Wyllo returning to her Home from her parents House. Mrs. Catherine Harkins Hollidaysburg. A was burned 1o death the 8th by her clothes taking fire from a lamp and in attempting to extinguish the flames her husband w As fatally burned. Rain fell Over the largest portion Wisconsin the 8th, extinguishing the Forest fires and saving the burning crops anal grass the Farmers. Seventy houses in Moreland a Chick fro suburb were destroyed by fire the 8th, rendering seventy five families homeless. In a conflict the 8th at Essen Germany Between striking miners and Tho military the soldiers fired upon the strikers killing three men and wounding five others in the Shawa gunk mountains and in the catskills in the Highlands below Newburg n. Y., and the Fishkill mountains Fig get fires were doing great damage the 8th a Blunder by a Telegraph operator caused a collision the 8th at Glen Mary tenn., Between a freight and passenger train and a fireman was killed and four other employees were fatally wounded. The main building the lutheran orphans Home at Zelienople a was a burned the 8th. At Philadelphia the 8th the Twenty eighth International convention the Young men s Christian association was opened by general O. Hewitt a new York. Mrs. James Early w<6 burned to death the 8th and her aged husband fatally injured by a lamp explosion at Altoona a Forest fires in Michigan had the 8th destroyed the villages Bruce is crossing and Brien and partly wiped out Spalding Sullivan and Stambaugh. The flames reached the Vulcan mines near Norway destroying Twenty dwellings. Hundreds persons were Home Lesa it was reported the 8th that a lot Sioux Indiana were the War path in Montana miss Annie Vancol in Quoin i died the 8th starvation. Several weeks ago her Mother was adjudged insane and sent to an Asylum. Miss Yanell declared she would eat nothing until her Mother was released. She lived seventy five Days the last thirty which she tasted absolutely nothing. President Carnot. Minister Public works and my. Lock Ray Rouvier be grand Berger Dau Tesmo and Christophilo the Ablest the Bureau Heads. The president s cortege arrived at the exposition grounds escorted by the Brilliant corps Cuirass ers whose breastplates and helmets flashed Back the pleasant May Day Sun. The Crystal tones the great clocks struck 2, the trumpets poured Forth their strains and the entire Assembly under the dome arose to its feet it was a spectacle Worth remembering. Conceive a great Circle formed under a dome suggestive St Paul a decorations reaching to the Apex Noble in symbolism and allusion the Art and literature All countries noted by ingenious and Graceful devices the names the world s greatest emblazoned in Gold letters the various emblems civilization arranged pictorially upon segments Arches and a colossal frieze extending entirely around the base the dome composed magnificent processional National types All races bearing a probate offerings. Beneath this Luminous and Rich roof Are hundreds Arm chairs single chairs and benches All in Gold upholstering with the arms in Crimson brocade velvet and a dais arranged with heavy red draperies for the president and his train. Extending in the lines a parallelogram with an endless Vista through the Palace Fine arts Are places All in red velvet for Tho senators and deputies judges Heads departments chiefs bureaus mayors members the great councils the French Academy the Institute France the clergy and civil functionaries. The Surprise the Day was the presence All the diplomatic representatives now in Parla while their governments declined to permit them officially to assist in the opening the exposition personal Good fill and possibly private curiosity have overcame the prohibition and the were All unofficially present. The letter their instructions has been kept while the spirit is broken. After the a a Marseillaise had been played by a picked orchestra and Sung by a chorus menus voices admirably balanced and delightful Quality. Premier Kard arose to deliver the opening speech. At once the entire assemblage becomes seated and unbroken attention continues. It is a judicious speech and pronounced w Ith moderate but wisely regulated Force. It makes a excellent impression. President Carnot followed minister Girard. In his remarks to referred to the Unda unable Energy France which How Arisen from the most severe trials to fresh Industrial triumphs. The musical programme was then at once proceeded with. President Carnot descended from the dais and walked Down the main aisle the gallery Fine arts toward the Center w Here he touched several electric buttons. In a moment the fountains the exposition w Ere All pouring Forth their streams to the Universal Sunshine and the great engine the machinery Palace w As in motion. The 300,000 400,100 people outside Aud inside cheer and every portion the grounds the Universal exposition 1880 is open. The exhibitors number 30,000. By introduced to europeans is located near the Trocadero. Its Success is Uncertain. The Palace rightly so named devoted it machinery is a magnificent edifice in which a world s Congress might sit its architectural Beauty and the splendor its decorations also Render it one the great centers interest the chief attraction in it is the Edison display motors machines and a idea the vastness a a the exposition May be gained from the area Vitcov Era although the exhibition buildings Are closely grouped the total ground surface exceeds 3,000,000 Square feet the uha Jis do Mars alone fevers 100 acres. The exhibition structures take in the champs de Mars the Tro Cadero Palace gardens the Espiado the invalids and the quays the Seine extending Between the champs de Mars and the invalided the buildings blend strength suitability lightness and Grace in their composition. The Interior architectural lines Are notably free and symmetrical while their decorations surpass in elegance design and Richness tones those any Structure Ever put up for a similar use. The most accomplished artists have been employed upon every part the work and the coca schemes while High in key Are Rich and effective without being glaring. The Eiffel Tower has been smiled at a the great Folly the exposition but the giant Manikin Iron threads possesses t value apart from its ostentatious Nesa it to a daring monumental achievement from its highest Balcony there is visible a Beautiful Panorama seventy Miles Hills Rivers lakes towns and hamlets which no Painter can place Canvas no poet transcribe in verse. The Summit at a total height nearly 1,000 feet nearly double that the Washington Monument and nearly 000 feet higher than St Peters in Rome will be utilized for scientific purposes the Public being permitted to ascend Only about two thirds the Way in elevators which ban provide transportation for 25,000 persons daily. There Are stairways for those who prefer the older Mode ascension and restaurants and saloons will enable pleasure parties to spend Days in the air. The Observatory will be employed for the experiments touching spectroscopic and Telluric rays Fol vegetable chemistry meteorology atmospheric electricity and optical telegraphy. It is hoped that the lights the Sun and stars can be Analysed an i that a solar and lunar photographing apparatus can also be used with Novelty and advantage especially when eclipses take place near the horizon. The total weight the Tower is 6,500 tons and its Cost �1,000,000. The registered population 2,250,000 is already augmented by Large contingents from the various departments France and from All quarters Europe and the continents America and Australia the accommodations for strangers Are ample but As happens in every other City under corresponding circumstances the prices necessaries and indulgences have risen. The arrangements for the policing the the exposition buildings and the City Are Complete and As is generally True Paris death in a Street car. I a in after the exhibition was opened the pres i part departments. Ident and his party inspected the various 1i Aris May 7. fetes in Celebration the opening the exposition were carried out according to programme monday night. The Eiffel Tower the Central dome the exhibition building and the gardens surrounding the buildings were splendidly illuminated and in All parts the City a a Ere to be seen evidences the enthusiasm with which the people regard the great fair and their sympathy with the institutions whose application to the government France the exposition com me morale a the Seine a magnificent Marine display was Given embracing every conceivable kind Craft which the depth the water would permit to float this display extended from Saint Louis Island to Grenell. Each vessel carried lights various colors and the Bridge and the entire stretch Dock front were ablaze with lights coloured fires Etc. The display fire works which took place at three different Points at the Point neuf at Grenelle and in the Garden the Tuil series was fully equal to any thing the kind Ever seen in Paris one the pieces represented the design a Monument in commemoration the revolution 1780. While the venetian fete was in Progress the Seine thousands variegated Bengal lights were sent off from different parts the Eiffel Tower disclosing that Structure to the View the whole City and its Environ the Cascade the Trocadero and All the fountains the exhibition grounds were also illuminated. Shortly after Nightfall a monster torchlight procession embracing 15,000 mounted Cuirass ers and infantry foot most the musical societies Paris both vocal and instrumental with numerous brass bands drum corps Eta started from the Trocadero Palace crossed the Jena Bridge and marched into the Central Garden the exposition grounds amid most enthusiastic cheering. The number jets blazing in the grounds was upward 100 -000. The exposition 1880 is unlike All its predecessors in certain Large Respecta the chief those is its emphasis the in he in ent conservatism skilled labor. The countries represented by their skill Are in addition to France and the United states great Britain Austria Hungary Italy Switzerland Russia Sweden. Denmark Norway Holland Belgium Spain Portugal Greece Roumania Servia Egypt Persia Mexico Brazil the Argentine Republic Bolivia Chili Nicaragua Vene Zula. Gupta Mala Uruguay Paraguay san Domingo Salvador Haytt China Japan East India Siam Morocco and Australasia the unrepresented countries Are Germany an absence As inevitable As it is deplorable and conspicuous Turkey and Montenegro. So far As the present indications go the american exhibit the Industrial Side will by most impressive in Gold and Silver Smithing in Glan Ware which has made a marked sensation among the French and austrian Glasa Mabara and in machinery. The american Corn Palace where the use this article food Are to be picturesque which six women ate kill other fatal railway wrecks. Kalamazoo mich., May 9.�?a terrible adj cadent occurred Here wednesday evening. At about 6 p. In. Switch engine no. 5 the Michigan Central received orders to proceed to h temo the first station West Here to Aid the new York and Chicago limited which had met with an Accident at West May i Street crossing a City railway car was approaching. The Driver the Gates not being lowered and seeing no signals started to Cross the track when the car was struck squarely and carried fully a Block. There were a dozen passengers Board at the time whom six were killed. The efe mrs. Antwerp miss Gertie Tillottson mrs. Alexander padlock wife the professor mathematics at Kalamazoo College mrs. M e. Wattles wife the former division superintendent the Lake Shore Railroad mrs. George Smiley wife a prominent citizen mrs. Middleton. The most severely injured Are mra John Barnes and mra 8. A. Gibson. A number others were slightly Hurt l. C. Lull the Driver and a boy the platform escaped unharmed. Ail the dead were horribly mangled the car being dragged nearly 100 Yards. It is difficult to definitely locate the blame. The Engineer claims that he was ordered to run faster than usual. Those who saw the Accident say that the rate far exceeded that allowed engines to run inside the City limit the Gates at the crossing where the Accident occurred lure not used Between 5 30 and 6 58 p. M., tile gatekeeper going Home at that time. The custom probably deceived the Driver the Street car who was a new Man and who probably supposed that the Gates would course be Down if an engine were coming. Fatal wreck in Cleveland. Cleveland o., May 9.�? the North bound passenger train the Valley Railroad which was due Here at 2 30 Clook wednesday afternoon entered the City limits time and was running along at the rate thirty Miles an hour when the smoker left the track. It turned to the right and collided with a car loaded with Coal a Side track. There were fourteen passengers in the smoker at the time two whom were instantly killed and four whom were painfully injured. A half dozen other passengers were bruised and Cut but not seriously. The front end the smoker was demolished the toot being Over the Coal ear and the floor beneath it after it had sett fed. The dead and injured were provided for by the railway official the dead Are e. D. Odbert a Rod o., son a wealthy operator 22 years old George j. Kempf no. 24 Erin Avenue travelling Salesman 26 years old. Those injured were Lawrence Connell Akron o., left leg fractured mrs. Caroline Hiltsey. No. 22 Ohio Street Cleveland rib broken w. Clark Brooklyn n. Y., agent Missouri Pacific Railroad left leg bruised James c. Taylor Cambridge o., accountant and paymaster the Cleveland m Marietta Railroad Cut in the face. The operator erred. Chattanooga tenn., May 9.�?information a collision the Cincinnati Southern Railroad near Glen Mary has reached Here. Through a mistake orders by the train dispatcher at Somerset passenger train no 21, from this City to Cincinnati collided with a a right the Rigi in Enof both trains were totally demolished and a number cars derailed. None the passengers were Hurt but the baggage master postal clerk fireman and negro Porter the passenger train were badly injured. The Accident delayed All tray a fireman Burchett the freight train died his injuries. A a a a re a a five persons perish a win catastrophe at a fire in Wetch a Ter n. �?two children two servants and an elderly lady die Ainita the flames a compelled to witness the destruction his Moffly to and his Fabes. Westchester y., Mfd 8�?the Del Gill Long House Watson Bownes destroyed by fire about 1 30 a a. And five persons were burned to death. The household consisted Watson Bownes his wife his Mother two children and two so Vanta just How the fire started is idiot known but it is supposed that a lamp which was left burning Iff he Hall exploded and kindled the Woodwork. When . Bownes was awakened by the crackling the flames the fire had already gained great headway and the House was filled with smoke. He immediately gave the alarm i and the ii started to carry his wife into the open air. In doing this he was severely burned about the feet and body and mrs. Bownes was also burned about the head neck and shout Dera while Bownes was rescuing his wife he could plainly hear cries agony from his Mother and his to children but he was unable to reach them and they perished. Kate Dunn a servant and her sister Annie who came to visit her last night also died in the burning House. The engine company whose building is directly across the Street from the scene the fire turned out and assisted by the villagers tried to extinguish the Blaze. The old fashioned Machino was Little use however and the building woe burned to the ground. A desperate Effort was made by the firemen and villagers to Rescue the inmates but the elderly mrs. Bownes and the two children were dead before they could be taken out. The Little ones were in their grandmother s arms. The servant girls were also dead. Of. Bownes is a Mason and to being cared for by the fraternity. It is feared that his wife s injuries will result fatally. Indianapolis ind., May 8.�?at Hlll Harn a Small town in Dubois county mrs. C. Wits Mann left her Home to visit a neighbor leaving three Small children asleep in the House. During her absence the House in some manner unexplained caught fire and was destroyed. The two youngest children lost their lives while the third aged a escaped but is badly injured. The Mother s reason was dethroned by Tho a Hock and she can live but a Short time. A Pitcher tattle. A Cycloria to so Erk. He will resign. A John a. Enander. The Eiffel Tower. Ars admirable. The admission to the exposition grounds is Only Twenty cents for All the departments and once in it is unnecessary to leave them until the hour for closing at night there Are ample resources for feeding the multitudes within the grounds at moderate prices the restaurants being under official control. Most the railroads give excursion rate in spite the extraordinary increase in population Paris does not present the aspect being crowded and despite the inevitable annoyances inseparable from the period it is certain that t e visitors who re Gard the rights and sensibilities others will gently find their own right and sensibilities respected. The Sioux reservation. It is the Mecca to which hundreds Boomers Are now flocking its opening anxiously awaited. Chamberlain d. T., May 7. Bluffs along the Missouri Are becoming covered with the White Prairie schooners and tents Hardy Farmers from Iowa and other states who have Here cast their tents in anticipation the speedy opening the Sioux reservation when they will locate claims in the Rich agricultural lauds that Fertile Section. It is believed that the Rush to the lands in the reservation when finally opened for settlement will resemble the famous Oklahoma Rush. The land is in every Way better than the land in Oklahoma and the amount is Many times greater. Grover a Quot stable. Sex presid it Cleveland a horses and carriages sold at very Low prices. Washington May 7 sex president Clem Lane s famous a Seal Browne horses and Tho rest his stable equipment were sold at auction monday. Poor prices were realized. The Seal Browns which Bis arid to have Cost �600 �#00 brought �141 each. Secretary Blaine left a commission the Victoria but his bid was not High enough. It went with the horses to John e. Beall for �481 its Cost was �1,000. A which Cost �1,400 went for �650 and a Brougham for �450. The diver mounted harness with the Monogram a a a. Cly sold for �62150. These were the principal articles sold. A for in a Enander the kit a Eltiy a Pointe let minister to Denmark forbidden by his physicians to Cross the Ocean. Chicago May 9. illness Hon. John a. Unander the new minister to Denmark is so serious a nature that his family and Fri enc Are much alarmed at his condition. Continued Hemper Hagen the lungs have reduced him to a pitiful state weakness his physicians have informed him that an attempt his part to Cross the Ocean would result in his death. Under these circumstances . Enander will Tif course Adf be abbe to accept his Mission abroad at least for the present and has sent advices to Washington to that effect. As soon As the sick Man s condition warrants he will be taken South. Or. Enander was appointed minister resident to Denmark March 12, and his nomination was confirmed a few Days later by the Senate. His appointment was to represent the scandinavian element the Northwest and now that it is quite probable that he will tender his resign nation account poor health there in gossip to the effect that another Man from the Northwest will be selected to take his place. This candidate is . Steensland Madison via it is said that colonel Clark e. Carr Galesburg will be slated for the Denmark Mission in Case . Enander Resigna a All records broken. One a Trio a Debbera killed and an other wounded it a Lien Peraic knew in Ter with a in Osse Iii coloured Colorado Springs col., May 8. A the most daring robbery in the history the county was perpetrated at Florissant monday night. About 8 clock Frank costello postmaster and store Koeper the town with his two clerks was getting ready to close the office when three men entered covered the occupants with guns and said they wanted Money. One the clerks named Putnam began to Parley with the robbers when he was severely clubbed. Postmaster costello seeing the robbers had the drop him handed Over �200 in government Money and �200 his private funds. Putting the Money in their pockets the bold intruders backed to the door and escaped. An alarm was at once Given and a party started in Pursuit the robbers were overtaken a Short distance from town and a fight ensued in which one the pursuing party William Brady was shot and probably fatally wounded. The robbers succeeded in getting away and reached the mountains sheriff and Well armed posse them Early tuesday morning were lodged behind a barricade rocks. After a terrible fight half an hour one the robbers was killed and another wounded but the third at last accounts was still holding out the attacking party had three horses killed but nobody was shot although the bullets fell like rain around diem. A Duputy started after the robbers Al Parnell explains. He the City paria makes the quickest All trips from Queenstown to Sandy Hook. New York May 9. steamship City Paris the Inman line which arrived at Sandy Hook at 11 15 clock a. Yesterday has broken All records Froni Queenstown. Her corrected time is 5 Days 23 hours and 7 minutes. The Best previous record which was made by the Etruria was6 Days 1 hour and 50 minutes. It is the first voyage across the Atlantic made in less than six Days and there were Many men in maritime circles who prophesied that the trip would never be Mada in less than that time. The City Paris was commanded by Captain Frederick Watkins and brought a Large number Saloon passengers among whom was David Dudley Field who though 85, refuses to go slow. The whole distance run by the City Paris was 2,855 Miles. Tossing coppers not allowed. Columbus o., May 9. supreme court has granted a new trial to William goings who was convicted in Allen county murder in the first degree and sentenced to imprisonment for life. This was done because the jury after being ont for Many hours and unable to agree finally reached a verdict by a tossing exterminated. An the family consisting it for Pel a a a drowned in West Virginia. When Lino w. Va., May 7.�?tha family it p. Harr living in a thinly settled District near Braxton this state was totally exterminated sunday by i Kig. Harr his wife and two cd Here amp la started out to visit a neighbor. They had to Cross a Mountain Stream which was swollen out it Banka hair foolishly attempted to Cross it in a Canoe. The boat Cape sad and All hands thrown in the Stream. Mik Harr and one the children Sank immediately and Harr who seized the other child after struggling in the water for some Tinte was swept away before help could a each the bodies have not been recovered. Their lives crushed ont. Champion mich., May 9.�?matt Bast and August Yoney employees the Champion Iron company were letting Down cars at the pocket a train Ore cars behind escaped from the brakeman and Hast and Yoney were crushed and killed Between two sections the train. Starved herself the death. Do Quoin i1l, May 9.�?mias Annie Vandal this City died tuesday starvation. Several weeks ago her Mother was adjudged insane and sent to an Asylum. Mias declared she would eat nothing until her Mother was released. She lived seventy five Days the last thirty which she tasted absolutely nothing. Fatal cease sunstroke. Chicago map 91 a August Witt while working in Adam Well Der a Brick Yard club Hume Avenue was overcome by the heat about 3 Clook wednesday afternoon. He a a taken to his Home Hoyne Avenue near Belmont Avenue. Lake View where be Rii Las 8 clock p. Referred to a ski Bondin a and not to secret societies in general London. May 8.�?u the resumption the in ainu Al tuesday Parnell made a Corre Tion his Dit Leffue last Friday regarding his words in the commons concerning the non exist Cenci secret societies in Ireland. He said that he had referred to the reports the debate and found by remarks referred particularly to a ribbon ism Abiff not to secret conspiracies generally. His remarks were therefore fairly accurate As to the facts As a ribbon ism at that time did not exist in Ireland. Or. Parnoll said that he sometimes paid by front his Orfi private account in behalf the league. He did not object to a inspection his accounts. Attorney general Webster Here began a protracted examination the witness As to his banking transactions but failed to elicit any thing note. Being further Catech ised upon his knowledge general Millen and other members the physical Force party . Parnell declared that a majority the members that party were utter strangers to him. He had never heard that . Egan had joined the clan a Gael. He we did regret to find that . Egan had rejoined the physical Force party but he should not think such a course unnatural. Recurring to secret societies . Parnell said he considered that a person who joined the league and continued to be a member the clan a Gael acted to the injury the leagues policy. Count Toast pm. Death at St. Petersburg the Kassian minister the Interior. St. Petersburg May 8.�?count Tolstoi minister the Interior who had been ill for some time is dead. Count Tolstoi russian minister Interior belonged to a d afferent family to that the celebrated writer the same name Betnun a descendant count Tolstoi who flourished in the last Century. Count Tolstoi became minister Interior in 1882. Previous to that time he was minister Public instruction. During the time he has been a member the russian government be has sought to make Many changes but All were Reie eved. Upon each rejection he handed in his resignation but the Czar always declined to accept it. Last february he succeeded in introducing a so called Reform which placed the municipal councils under the thumbs the local nobility. The changes he advocated were never in the interest the people a Long voyage. cruise for oar new warships around the world. New York Mav news has reached the Brooklyn Navy Yard that the steel Crisera Chicago Boston Atlanta and Yorktown Are to be fitted oat As a flying Squadron and sent a cruise around the world. It is thought the Squadron will sail As soon As the Yorktown receives her Battery. The vessel can quickly run to Washington and take aboard six tiie six Inch rifles now awaiting consignment there. It is said that Commodore Walker will command the Squadron and that the Chicago will he his Flag ship. Leveral counties in Southern Kaiim a soft Fer severely from a Tornado one Fiat killed outright and thirty forty persons dwellings Darns and fences demolished tree it uprooted and live Stock killed a desk Metis a lit Minnesota a Shower frogs id Halroyd. Hutchinson kan., May 8�?the news reached this City tuesday morning that Tho wind storm that had been roaring for Tho last Chree Days had culminated in a Cyclone in the Northern part Pratt county extending Over the Eastern a artion Stafford and up into Loe county. The funnel shaped Cloud formed Between 7 and 8 clock and could be Seeri for Miles. The District Over which it passed was sparsely settled and but for this fact the loss life an-1 property would have been terrible. Tho Eju clone first struck at a Point about five Miles Southeast Stafford and for mile in a southeasterly direction left nothing but a Barren waste strewn with the wreck he ruses and barns Trees and fences with Here a us Thuro the bodies Stock either killed ctr opted by the wind Tho Only person killed Triplit was William Crawford whose neck was broken by Tho flying timbers his House which was totally demolished. The More seriously injured were a William dolt internal injuries fatal Oliver Beard paralysed from breast Down can not possibly recover Jason Beard internally injured and bleed no from ears u not expected to 1 title girl George Deves iat Aliy injured s. H. Crawford fatally injured mrs. J. Loro Seri Ousler injured Peter Scarlet log broken mrs. John Bartlett shoulder wed broken and other in Juren will a die Wili Uia move Al internally injured can not recover John Ferris injured about the Bead will dle about Twenty thirty morn Wero More less injured. A. F. Guin ups House waft totally tie stroked and himself and family badly injured his wife and a Young Bales were carried a distance 100 feet and the child a thigh was broken. Joseph it �?�1 Hudspe was totally destroyed and the contents scattered in every direction. The House belonging to mrs. Lind Ley and occupied by herself Aud two stepchildren May de and William blues were blown to atoms. Mrs. Lindley was seriously injured and is not expected to recover. Joseph a cuss Fine two Story House a torn to pieces and so scattered that not a splinter remained off its former site. Another Large House not yet occupied was demolished. A Large number horse and cattle were killed and crippled. Physicians were summoned and the people a a the whole country turned out to Render Ever a assistance possible. Many other buildings were More less damaged and where the Cyclone crossed the Banta be Railroad Between Sterling and Alden the Telegraph poles were levelled to the Earth and other damage done. There were no fatalities in that District. As soon Ashe news the Cyclone reached Stafford a mass meeting was held and committees organized to carry the work relieving the distress in a systematic manner. Business has been suspended and every body is lending a helping hand subscription papers have been started Aud the people Are responding liberally but there is much distress to be relieved and food and clothing to be bought. More than a Hundred people Are left homeless and without food clothing. Reports from other towns throughout the Southwest part the state indicate heavy winds for three Days past but nothing in the nature such a Tornado a visited Stafford county. Jamestown d. T., May 8.�?about 6 clock monday night a Peculiar circumstance was noticed a number people. A Small Black Cloud hanging rather Low was noticed to move rather Queerly when suddenly the Cloud was lost sight and a precipitation frogs wan seen. There were several Hundred them and they could be seen hopping Upin the streets a Block away 10 is claimed that a funnel shaped Cloud in Fli eating a Eju done was seen in the West shortly before and the theory some is that the Frog Quot were caught up from some Slough in this whirlwind and carried in Tho air until it spent itself which happened urbe Over the Center the principal business streets. Bismarck d. T., May 8, rain which in has been hoped and prayed for has come at last. It commenced falling tuesday morning and continues steadily. It i the first rain the season and Farmers the Missouri. Slope now think the crops Are saved. Similar Welcome Rains have 1 alien pretty much All Over Dakota and Northern min no Sot a St. Cloud Minn. May 8 a a terrible windstorm has a it Een raging Here since monday evening. No great damage has been doff in town but reports from surrounding Irvn in this county Stater that a a Timber houses and barns have been a roofed removed from their foundations. Blinding class dust filled the air. Forest fires Are raging in the Vicinity Kimball Prairie and Tho loss will be heavy unless rain Falls soon. Crops will be damaged. Pokhre. D. T., May 8.�?twelve hours steady Ray a the heaviest for years visited Central Dakota tuesday. In the present condition crops it now insures a Good yield Grain All Over the country visited by it a Bank s Safe. Its contents amounting to 84,500, secured by three daring robbers at Forest City to. 8t. Joseph mo., May 8.�?frazer a Mcdonald s Bank at Forest City Twenty Miles North Here was entered by three masked men tuesday afternoon and robbed �4,500. The robbers walked into Tho front door the building where they met the president c. E Webber talking to a Farmer. Both were commanded to keep quiet and w Ere covered by revolver the third thief covered the cashier walked around behind the counter and producing a sack forced the cashier to open the Safe and pour the contents into it the robbers then backed out the door. Fifteen men horseback immediately armed themselves and started in Pursuit about three Miles ont town in the Brush along the River they caught sight the robbers and opened fire. It was returned by the robbers Bat no Ono was Hurt and in the Chase that followed the robbers escaped. Cattle cremated. Gave up her Fortune. A daughter the late Franelak Daxel who was left the 8am pc Moom by her father. Enters a Convent. Phil Adolphu Mayku miss Kate Drexel daughter the late Francis Drexel who left �6,000,000 to each his three daughters has practically renounced the Fortuna the Young lady has entered a postulate the order the Sisters mercy in Pitts Burgh. Those who know Mies Drexel know that this amounts to a Complete re Pun Dation her family her friends and her wealth. She arrived at the Convent monday night and entered formally her my there a beef roast at Peoria i1l, which cast Nelson Morris Chicago Over 93,000. Peoria Iii May 8.�?at 8 30 clock tuesday night a fire started in the ice House Back Reynolds amp Ely Sham House situated in the heart the Railroad Yards. The fire quickly spread to the cattle Sheds owned by the Northern distilling company and eight Large Sheds were destroyed. Eighty cattle valued at �3,250, belonging to Nelson Morris Chicago were burned to death. The Ham House was damaged to the amount �1,500, and the Sheds were totally destroyed. One Man was seriously injured. Important appointments. Frank w. Palmer Illinois made pub Jle Printer and Theodore Roosevelt new York and Hugh a Thompson Sontak Carolina Given 8eats the Dell ser tee commission. Washington. May 9. president has appointed Frank w. Palmer Illinois to be Public Printer and try Indore Roosevelt new York and Hugh k Thompson. Of South Carolina to be members at the Coytt service commission Washington May Tho appoint ments made by off those Arthur l. Shontae Ashl Elijah Sells both 8alt Lake City the be governor and Secretary Utah respectively

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