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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 25, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. Xxiii. Sdxj"r3z1h to Quot Quot a Quot to Quot to to /h-a/3et 257 1889 3sto. 1 the reported adulteration Tea by the la Mese proves that the arts civilization Are making some Progress in that Heathen land. The Connecticut Man who hit upon the device putting Copper tips the toes children s shoes has realized a Fortune one million dollars from his idea. The in Tho world in franc though it shows a decline in the Hab t in 1869 the consumption was 1.1,000,000 pounds seven ounces head. A now it is five ounces. A Friend was complimenting . Parnell the readiness his replies and the clearness his explanations in his recent testimony before the commission in London a it is quite easy.1 replied the Irish Leader coolly a i had nothing to hide and had merely to answer the questions that were put to it i the Nickels the patriotic school children Kansas aggregating $1,<kk>, and coming from 20,000 children in sixty three counties and 203 schools the same being contributed to the mount Vernon ladies association Are to be used to rebuild Tho old servants quarters attached to the historic mansion the Potomac. The forty life saving stations Tho new Jersey coast have been closed for the summer. During the Winter season the wrecks averaged one for each station but not to a life was lost owing to the efficiency the life savers. They area Noble band and the pwt ice to which they belong is a cause jut Pride to their country. Foj a Ault it to. Marie canal which was opened in 188,5, has so far Cost about f,5,o00j� it. It is less than n mile Long but it is one the Post important Waterways in the world the canal is open about 250 Days Jin the Yehju and in 188 the daily tonnage through it was it i,212, a most Estial to that the famous Vul z canal. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. I from Washington. The president made the following apr ointments the 10th Solomon Hirsoh Oregon minister to Turkey Olen i Marx a e. Carr Illinoia minister to Laj Maerk Henry w Severance California Consul at Honolulu John Jarrett Pennsylvania Consul at Birmingham Titomas Lierman Washington Consul at Liverpool. In the United states there wore21t business failures during the seven Days ended the 10th, against 174 the previous seven Days. Is a s. Sarah e , a teacher in the Jefferson Public school at Washington was shot anti killed the 17ih by her husband who then committed suicide. They had not lived together for some time. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the Lith aggregated �1,051,-62.x�x against Al 108.881,8 i the previous week. As it compared with Tow cot responding week l8ss a he in Reade amounted to 13.7. The War department was notified in the 18th the capture two the bandits who took part in the attack Poir paymaster wham in Arizona. A a a the Treasury department during the seven Days ended Tho Ink disbursed $11,-580,000 account pen6rms, thereby exhausting the appropriation for the current fiscal year amounting to 1,7.50,000. The accountants the 21st completed an estimate the Cash value the currency Coin and securities turned Over to treasurer Huston by sex treasurer Hyatt and found the total amount to be $722,�30,1 to. On the 21st the Secretary the Treasury received a conscience Contri Butiu from a resident Washington in the form fourteen two cent Stamps. Has develop known As preacher Al u Georgia Prodigy the boy who is said effective Sermon years no it school educate that sect it raise Mon Ltd 1. De a religious j Fin my Cook Carr Etil Donty live a eloquent Anu though but twelve and wholly without n. The Good people is re a orfed props to give him an education. The Monument Tresiz ent Arthur Tho Albany n. V the memorial is a Gran Ito. The family lot in the in memory is being erected. Exin Rural cemetery larget Copha Gus Monument is in the Western part Olathe cemetery. A Large Bronze figure will m be place d at one Side the Copha Ronten was arrested for defrauding the Gus. The Only inscription is the Namo Coj a Arthur a in Plain letters a it a the base the Monument. The East. John in a tit jealousy the 17th at Newark n fatally stabbed mrs. Scherzer and then Cut his own ill rout at a festival in St Luke a episcopal Church the 17th at South Glaston buy conn., Over one Hindre i persons were i made sick by eating ice Cream and thirty four were reported to be beyond recovery. The failure the Ahny Woolen manufacturing company Philadelphia occurred the 17th for Row. In Boston experiments wore being made the 1 la with a magnetic car with which j it was proposed to transport mail matter j and probably passenger Long distances at the rat Alan to four Miles a minute. At Erie pa., miss Jennie trom. A Young Paliy was shot by her brother the i 17th with a revolver that he a did not know was the strike at the National tube works at Mckeesport. A Iii a involved Tavo thousand men came to an end the 17th. In new York in the miss a any Davenport. The actress and Melbourne Mcdowell. Lead no Man in her dramatic company were married. On the Lith the a a tapeworm Railroad at Gettysburg. Pa., commenced bar i Haddeus sevens half a Century ego was finished this connecting that place Yuth Blue Ridge Summit the Western Maryland Rajan line. In the Vicinity Albany n. A. A terrific Hail storm the 18th killed Stocek and greatly damage fruit try is. On the 20th William Derby cashier the Mutual District messenger company a negro w As arrested the 16th for participation in a burglary at Colombia la., and a party took him from the sheriff and Hung him to a tree. At Jackson i eh., mrs. Oscar Folsom Mother mrs. Grover Cleveland was United in marriage the 20th to . Henry e. Petrine Buffalo n. Few Mes the 2oth at team Kington miss., destroyed the Plant the port Evant and Havre lumber company causing a loss $150,000. The passenger Steamer Johns Hopkins the merchants and miners transportation company was totally destroyed by fire the 2 that Baltimore. Loss $280,000. On the 90th Twenty officers and four Hundred and fifty sailors from the wrecked War vessels Vandalia and Trenton reached Francisco from Apia Samoa Freko it trains collided the 3ith the Philadelphia Wilmington a Baltimore railway. Near Northeast Myand ten cars were wrecked causing a heavy loss c. W. Martin a Wayne <111. Farmer while boil g fir water his farm the 30th struck 4 vein natural Gas which burned for hours Joe Thompson coloured imprisoned at Wickliffe by. For a stulting a Little girl was taken Frt to the jail by a mob the 3lth and hanged to a tree. On the 21 St the Corner Stone the new Michigan masonic Home at it cedi a Lake four Miles from grand rapids was Laid with imposing ceremonies. At Lima o., mra Carrie Vernon was burned to death the 21st w Hile filling a gasoline stove. In the nineteenth Illinois District j. Ii Williams Dein was elected to Congress the 21 it to fill the vacancy caused by the death 1� w. Townshend hem. Ohio democrats will hold their state convention at Dayton Auguat 27-28. General Harrison item was elected a member Congress in the fourth District Kansas the 21st to succeed Thomas Ryan recently appointed mind ate to Mexico. On the 21st Rev. Ellen Rinkle a regularly ordained minister the United Brethren Church at Wooster o., was granted a License to perform marriage ceremonies. She was said to be the first woman Ever Goren such authority. Thu ooh the trucking Region Princess Ann county a a Hail storm the 21st did great damage to Crow. At Trimbell wis., a disease supposed to be Hydro Pholia was epidemic the 21st and the children were strictly forbid in to leave Home. Men had been engaged to kill nil the stray dogs in town. A wao6n in w Lech wore Thomas Veoh his wife and four children was struck by ugh thing near Stella. Neb., he 21st and All its occupants were killed. James mat aged fifty years Jonesboro the nov took off All his clothes folded them neatly and put a bottle whisky Tancin then a hanged himself to a tree w Here his body was found the 21st, Cronin was killed. A speculative now yorker who prepared thirty thousand sandwiches for the hungry anticipating a grand Rush during the conto nned Celebration onlf1 disposed one thousand and has Bee since trying to unload Tho Ici Naining Twenty nine thousand the commissioners Charity and correction. Strange that the proprietors railway restaurants failed to take advantage this Chance for bargains. A Young Man in Raleigh x. eloped Voith the wife one his neighbors a few Days ago and the husband the woman had the Man arrested for stealing his wife. A the Justice Tho peace before whom the Case came up dismissed it the ground that wife stealing Watt not larceny because a woman even though a wife is not personal property and therefore could not be the subject larceny. A Story comes from St. In Nils that a Young married woman who had apparently died from puerperal fever and had been placed in a coffin was resuscitated just before the time set for the funeral a movement one Tho arms being detected by her husband. The victim alleges to Jutry she was perfectly conscious ail the movements her relatives and suffered untold anguish at the thought that she was about to be buried alive. out $10, teve�?T1 Brome who a Bievet Notorio to by leaping from Brooklyn Bridge jumped Over the Falls at Taesan a. N j a the a the a distance 105 feet and sustained no injury. I. The american Baptist publication Soesie to began its sixty fifty annual meeting the 20th at Boston. A i in Girard College at Philadelphia appropriate care Majes were held the 2? the by the alumni association the occasion being foreign intelligence. In the House commons the 10th . Balfour chief Secretary for Ireland said j that there were now ten Irish members i parliament imprisoned in Ireland flames the 10th at 8t Sauveur can. Swept Over a great District and Laid seven Hundred houses in ashes. Over five thousand persons were Typo i shelter. A , Cuba the Teresa Central sugar grinding factory was burned the i 17th. Loss $400,0u�o. A the bolivian government the 17th i gave notice Ita intention to Send a min ister to Washington. The death Queen Mary Bavaria so Tutti at Munich the 17th a Roisy and cancer Tho liver. Storms swept Over part Austria the a the three persons were killed near 1 Vienna fearful catastrophes occurred near a Pilsen houses collapsed at Baeskow it and Beckowitz. Killing nine children and at Zine thirty persons were killed. It was said the 18th that the plot against the life the Czar which was recently discovered by the St Petersburg police was a the alumni Asco Ciamon. In Ltd a cum a a a it we it it it. A a 1 a a 7 the one Hundred and thirty ninth Annivera j far reaching one it involved Over a Hundred a. A k. I no 1 i in a a re to Jot a a f Hijra it Ink Al Ivel Lluli a Ary the birth Stephen Girard the news a received in new 5orkon the 2bth the Piuder Rev Hobbs a Baptist minister from the United states and his Ftfe and Little daughter who had been living at florus Bay in the West indies. A Sailor named Burrell bad been arrested for the triple murder. A Cyclone the 2h swept through the Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania and Many houses were wrecked fences to it Hgt a n Down barns demolished and whole Orchards ruined. No loss life was reported. The report that John d Rockefeller had offered to endow the proposed Bur test University at Chicago to the amount was Quot continued at the office that gentleman in new 5ork the 21�?� h. On the 20th the no Yersick a Smay Ler yacht than Ever crossed the Atlantic left Boston for Paris by Way Hayto with three men Board the Coal companies at Scranton a. Ordered a resumption work in their collieries the 20th. The order give work to nearly eight thousand a it persons who had been Idle seven months. Ambrose Van Tassel Elizabeth n. J., fell dead the 21 at while funeral services were let eing conducted Over the remains his wife. A Coal Oil Johnny a Oil Bonanza Fame has turned up again this time in Nebraska As the owner a $100,-000 ranch. Within the past year he been located in a half dozen states in the Union As a Market Gardener a Miner a sheep Raiser Etc. The last love y is the most unlikely them As ii makes him out still a Man. The original a Coal Oil Johnny Quot had ways to hav has different tramp a and Dhall Rich far too extravagant held onto $100,000 great Fortune these Many his years. Lew is Wunder the superintendent the inquiry division the Philadelphia Post office has just completed his Fortieth year service As a postal official. He was appointed a stamp clerk in 1849, during the administration president Taylor. He has served under twelve the Twenty postmasters that Philadelphia has had and during his Long term service has not once been suspended. Of. Wunder is sixth four years age and is Hale Hearty and apparently Good for another Quarter a Century Active work. The Universal exposition now opened in Paris is the third in the history that City former world s fairs having been held there in 1867 and 187& magnitude glory display and expenditure Are prominent features. The space occupied is one Hundred and ninety two acres. The outlay exceed $8,600,000. The resources the civilized world Are under contribution and Art and architectural ornamentation Are authorized almost without limit. Of the thirty six thousand exhibitors in the exposition proper fourteen Hundred Are from the United states. Red the 17th. Loss Nebraska City neb a old Man named be burned a bed tick fhe 17th m military officers More less Penni a once several w Horn had Pommitt cd Sui-1 cider the House lords the Ianth by a i vote Feih to 23, rejected a proposal made by the Earl meath to allow women to sit in county councils. In Austria the number persons drow Ned in the recent floods was the 20th placed at one Hundred. Goal Menery who w Ere a strike in the Dortmund bochum and Kasen districts in Germany resumed work the 21st. Forty five persons lost their lives through the recent floods in Bohemia the 21st the City Taris arrived at Queenstown having made the run from new York in five Days and Twenty two hour thus beating All previous Ocean rec ords. The Steamer German emperor from London for bit Boa ran into the Steamer Beres Ford the �?o1st. An the emperor was sunk and Aix her Crew were lost. Both were British Vessela Latea. The steamships Cynthia and polynesian collided opposite Tongue Point twelve Miles East Montreal the 22d, and the Cynthia Sank and nine lives were lost. Five men were fatally burned the 22d by an explosion Gas in the basement the Van Ness House at Boston. Advices the 22d from China report that eleven Chines j were decapitated in the province Houpei for murdering a Man West and South. The depot warehouse a Ohio Railroad company at Norfolk sa., was burned t he 17th. L Oss. 1 u ,0 it i. At Crume burned a Heaney me u w j0 was attempting to arrest one them. Which had p .7ndhftom a our women a Flora sever., lug. The Money w As de Trojer and Tai void. _. Al. It is computed that thirty Vevea million babies Are born each year. The rate births is therefore More a amp none each second and so the in i Oile Squall echoes continuously a the world couple left penniless the 17th Nelson Colbert coloured w As hanged at Washington for the murder Philip Wentzell in october last. Louis palmers House at Rockdale tex., was Desi roved by fire the 17th and mrs. Palmer and her two Little Bova perished in the flames. Or. Palmer was also badly burned. Of the 17th Formino Ope Pago an Indian was hanged at Tucson a. T., for the murder Patrick Ford a prospector. Arthur l Thomas took the oath office As governor at Utah the 17th. Several buildings in the Western portion Morgan county 111., were destroyed by a Cyclone the evening the 17th. A Hail storm passed Oyer Buck tile. Ark., the 17th, doing great damage to growing crops. On the 18th Raney Teater nine years old committed suicide near Harrodsburg ky., because his parents insisted upon his going to work the 18th the Schooner Merrick was run Down and sunk by the Steamer it p. Ran Ney Lake Huron near Tesque Isle and five the Crew were drowned. In fort Wayne ind., All the saloons closed the 12th, and for the first time in Over a Quarter a Century not a drink Wras obtainable under any pretence. Cigar stores and Drutar stores a to re Alu closed. At ban Francisco a severe earthquake Shock was Felt Early the morning the 19th. The Slack was general and in the Joaquin Valley chimneys were thrown Down the percentage Tho base Ball clubs in the National league for the week ended the 18th w As a follows Boston .7 i Philadelphia .684 new York .550 Chicago. .523 Cleveland .478 Pittsburgh .409 Indianapolis .380 Washington. .235. American association St Louis .758 Kansas cite .615 Brooklyn .583 Cincinnati .481 Baltimore .480 athletic 478 Columbus .333 Louisville .239. Western association by Paul .833 Omaha .666 Bioux City .588 Denver .500 Minneapolis .473 8t Joseph .437 Des Moines .812 Milwaukee .200. In a riot at the polls the 18th in Forest City Ark. Marshal f. M Folbre t. H. Parham and sheriff d. Wilson were killed it Northern Texas a Cyclone the 18th destroyed a number buildings and killed several children. On the 18th a Wagon containing George Wright his wife and two children was a track by a train near Worham tenn., and Che entire family were killed. I Rocky Lacy and Rebecca Mcintosh were bitten by a mad dog the 22d at Manco Geo. I t. Twe fish no vessels the Ella and quatre Freres which left France some time ago for the Newfoundland fisheries with one Hundred Aud seventy five men Board were the 22d Given up As lost and All hands Dro Mcd. The governor Michigan the 22d issued a proclamation prohibiting the importation Texas cattle into the state until november 1 next the annual examination at the government Indian training school at Carlisle pa., took place at that institution the 22� 1. The graduating class consisted fourteen Indian pupils a conservative Irish lady living near London who died the 22d bequeathed $19,990 to . Parnell two thousand acres wheat caught fire the 32d near Santa Monica Cal and the but inv tract was destroyed. Miss Eisie Fowler an eighteen year old girl Hope Luskville ky., fearing her Lover would desert fibr committed suicide the 221, shooting herself through the heart. At a meeting in Indianapolis the 22d Tho grand Lodge Odd Fellows it was slow in that there were 554 lodges in the a state with a total membership 30,839. A Post the grand army the re pub lie we a established the 22d at Ottawa canard branches would be formed in other cities there was said to be three thousand veterans in Canada the spread yellow fever in Vera Crux Mexico w it it Vicy alarming the 22d. Immense damage was done to crops throughout eau Claire county wis by a hard Frost the night the 21st Loe formed and potatoes Corn Strawberry plants and other Garden crops were destroyed everywhere. The jury in the Carter divorce Case which has i been trial in judge Jamieson s court in Chicago for Over five weeks returned a verdict for the defendant the 22d. Robert t. Lincoln american minister to England reached in it Ndon the 22d. The mysterious disappearance . P. It Cronin Chicago saturday night Mav 4, was cleared a the 22d, Bis dead body being discovered by a gang labor ers in a catch Basin at the Northeast Corner i lofty ninth Street and Evanston Avenue. Lake View. There were six deadly wounds the head including three Skull fractures. Twenty five . Cronin a friends identified the body which was badly de-1 you ii sed. The Rody the misting Chicago Irish agitator found in a sewer in a suburban town a although badly mangled and decomposed friends readily Defi Talfy the remains no traces the murderer discovered a theories As to the cause the crime Are i Lent Ful Chicago May 33.�?the body . P. H. Cronin the Irish agitator who disappeared from his Home two weeks ago was found wednesday afternoon at 5 clock in a Acy ram men who catch Basin Evanston Avenue. A Towel j a it Ezz i no Large sum was wrapped about the head but the rest the body was Stark naked the Catholic Charm called the a a Gnup Del a which the e doctor always w Ore next his skin suspended about his neck was untouched the head were the Marks left by a dozen deep cuts which have severed the Scalp and indented the Skull it is the opinion the police that Cronin was foully murdered and by some Man who could Quot not bring himself to disturb a Catholic Charm. A gang labourers in the employ the Lake View City government have been cleaning the ditches along Evanston Avenue during the week. Wednesday Foreman Henry Roesch and two men were working North the East Side Evanston Avenue towards fifty ninth Street As they nearest the Oatch Basin at the Corner they noticed a Strong smell purifying flesh and roes he pried off the top the catch Bast with his Spade and uncovered the body . Cronin. It had apparently been throw into the Basin for the head was Dow h and the feet and legs were in the sewer opening. The Corner fifty ninth Street and Evanston Avenue is about 309 Yards Fri ii the Argyle Park station the Chicago a Evanston Branch the Chicago Milwaukee a St Paul Railroad. It is but two three blocks from the Lake and about nine tenths a mile North from the Corner Buzzer Street and Evanston Avenue where the empty trunk was found the Day after Cronin disappeared. There Are four catch basins at the intersections the Street and the body was found in the one the Southeast Corner. It seems altogether remarkable that it was not sooner discovered for the Cizike View police started out to search All the catch basins in the City the week after the blood stained trunk Wras found. Immediately upon taking the body out the Basin Foreman Roesch notified the Lake View police station and summoned the patrol Wagon. The body was stretched out in the like View morgue which occupies the front in the basement under the station. Telephone messages were sent to the City police and an hour after the finding the body a dozen Cronin a friends were at the station. John e. Scanlan Mortimer Scanlan and John f. Scanlan were among the first who arrived. They identified the body As that Cronin upon first sight. Later it was More positively identified by l. L. Conklin the Saloon keeper with whom Cronin lived and by James Boland and Patrick Mcgary. Or. Lewis the dentist who last worked Cronin a Teeth reached the station late in the evening and also positively identified the body As did a. C. Of Keefe who for Many years was Cronin s tailor. Or Scanlan intended at first to Send for mrs. Conklin but later it was thought unnecessary. In the evening do. R. Brandt president the Cook county Hospital staff carefully examined the body and positively Ridenti lied it As that Cronin. He discovered upon the head the following cuts and bruises Over the left Temple a Cut four inches Long through the Scalp and into the Skull Over the left parietal Bone a Cut one and a half inches Long which also marked the Skull also a Cut one and u half inches Long Over the frontal Bode at the Junction the left parietal a Cut three inches Long through the Scalp and marking the Oci Petal Bone another two inches Long also marking the Oci Petal Bone a Large Bruise Back the forehead the right parietal Bone and near it two cuts each an Inch Long burls is the left leg and severe contusions apparently made by a bludgeon the forehead. The doctor said that the blows must have been made by some Sharp instrument perhaps an ice pick. He said if the instrument had not been Sharp the Skull would have been fractured whereas it was Only indented shared by the blows. Or. Brendt examined the hair found in the trunk Evanston Avenue. And stated last night that it was . Cronin s hair. John f. Scanlan was led to give his feelings the Case and the search w hich had been made by the police for the body the missing doctor. He hooted the idea that any sane Man could Ever have thought that Cronin had run away. Hts first remark was meant to connect the name the Iee Inan Bullird a in some Way w Ith the doctor a removal a what iceman in Chicago a he exclaimed would Ever have made such a contract with a doctor what was the necessity for any such contract what under heaven caused Sullivan to go out his Way and make that contract with Cronin to come at any time and attend to his men did that look As though he had run away a . Scanlan said he expected to see the perpetrators the deed brought to Justice. Cronin s friends and fellow workers will spare no Money pains to bring about such a result and will not Stop until the instigators As Well As the perpetrators the crime Are discovered. The police Are carefully watching the House Sullivan the proprietor Tho ice House in Lake View apparently with the intention arresting him. He had not returned Home at a late hour last night. A report that he had already been arrested could not be verified. Fifteen thousand copies the Celto american the weekly paper w hich . Cronin was the editor and which had not been issued since his absence containing a full history the physician s life and the part he had taken in disclosing certain evidence concerning alleged misappropriation Irish Relief funds were to have been mailed to the prominent Irish voters the City next monday. The object this w As to stir up the Irish people to a realization their duty and to urge the work exposing certain j frauds which work the doctor had been engaged in and which it is still thought had much to do with his being this sudden turning up his body is thought by the police to be the first step in unearthing As mysterious and great a crime As Ever went Down in the police annals to Rumor. It was also stated that another arrest will be made to Day. New York May 23.�?John Devoy had heard the finding . Cronin s body when seen la a reporter last night. A i ant hot surprised to have my tears that Cronin was murdered continuing he said a the dented Skull and the Many Stab wounds show that . Cronin was savagely murdered. I think i know who the murderers Are at least who the instigators the Are. Cronin a death is the result a constr were accused Eta no Large sums Noney from the fund that bad Cebu collected in Chicago and elsewhere. Conlo myself Aud others knew their dishonesty and As they feared exposure they resolved to enforce silence by murder and Cronin is the first victim. Now that the scoundrels have gone so far with their do Mclish work i Hope and Trust they will soon be apprehended and meet the Fate that their crimes a i . Devoy Meil tinned no names but seemed to be confident that he could easily Call the Rou the guilty parties i saturday May 4, at 7 p. M.,. Cronin was Busy with several patents in the office rooms the Flat be occupied in the Windsor theater Block with . And mrs. Conklin. Somebody rapped the outer door Tho Flat mrs. Conklin opened tree door. A Man asked Hurrie my if for. Cronin were in. Mrs. Conklin said r he was Busy. The strangle sail it was a matter life and death. Mrs Conklin called . Cronin. The stranger told Cronin in mrs. Conklin s hearing that a work Man the Sullivan ice company had been run Over and crushed and that Sullivan who was out town had left word that Cronin should be called in Case any Accident. The doctor said he would go at once. The stranger said he had a horse and buggy. Cronin prepared his instruments and bandages and went downstairs with the stranger. At the met Frank t. Scanlan . Of no blk Mart a lie makes a vigorous kick a Glt a m restoration Mallet a a King Samoa. But the american commissioner display such firmness that he finally consents a 1 be Foest Lon indemnity now causing a hitch in Tho. In Ferenee Berlin. May 22.�? from certain indications at the rooms the american delegates As Well As at the quarters the in Glish commissioners and at the German foreign office it is evident that there is some serious hitch in the negotiations the Kanoian commission. Or. Hips who 14 known As a the peace maker a but ii id the conference and in the working committee is in evident trouble. When asked As to the situation a Otmis Iio ners Thelpa Ivisson find Bates that there is no great change and that every thing is progressing satisfactorily. Both the German and English commissioners re ase to talk the subject but it is Learned from other sources that the t United a takes government a instructed its commissioners to insist upon the return Malietoa As King. A message is said to have been received from Secretary Blaine within the last thirty six hour directing the commissioners to insist upon the restoration info status quo anti a Bayink hat Germany deposed Malietoa As King and must return him its King. They May Haggle about indemnify a unit dual tripartite government if they please but Malietoa must in King. While the i germans have come to agree with All Tho 1 other views the american commissioners i Thev Are reluctant to accept this condition a and Point to the fact that Malietoa was in Bottom they j done by the German emperor at the by Gin to. 34 Bellevue Ning the Confer Nee. 1 his. Place who had called to accompany Cronin to a business meeting at the Lutt res Down town office in the Chicago opera House building Cronin explained the situation and said he did t know How soon he could get Down town. He got in beside the stranger and they drove North an Clark Street at a rap d gait. This was the last seen . Cronin by Bis friends until the discovery his body. Late that n get Bis friends became alarmed. P. O. Sullivan said he had not been out town none his men had been Hurt and he knew nothing Tho stranger in the buggy. Cron no a friends at once proclaimed their belief that he had met with foul play. Next Day the Lake View police found a Large trunk in a Grove Trees near Evanston a j Enue and Sulzer Street. The trunk As smeared with blood and to Bare were Cotton batting such us doctors use and several looks hair in it. The trunk and the disappearance were at once connected. Unavailing efforts were made to Trace the trunk thursday May 9, a Man named Frank Wood. Ruff was arrest a a Foi horse stealing and was so frightened that he volunteered a statement to the effect that he had left the trunk in Lake View acting under the d Reci ions three men whom Cronin was one. He said the trunk contained the body a woman which was taken out and a buried. He gave the names his As King and fat Burn reps were taken to test his Story with the result that not much Confidence was placed in it. Saturday May 11, dispatches from Toronto ont., were published saying that Cronin was in that City. These were followed by Long interviews purporting to have been held by one c. Long with the fugitive. Three Days later it was definitely settled that the dispatches were a fakes a and Long admitted As much the doctor s friends acted from the Start the theory that he had been Murd Erml. An Gan nation was completed and rewards offered for the recur Day h s body and the arrest his abductors. It is admitted that . Fro Iii had no personal professional enemies. He was a Man temperate virtuous disposition and habits inclined to the devotional. He had no intrigues with women. He Aro Ipp cd no int Peitit jealous As. In Poi ies he was a Bep Quot blk Jun Tiit not a bitter part . His relations in the roman Catholic societies to which he belonged were pleasant. His y antagonisms and troubles Gre Quot a out Fhi connection with Tho to filled Irish National societies. He was a member the National league which is an open Janda ton. He was also a mrm Kcf by the ancient order . Hub eff in is and the clan no Skei Irish Republican brotherhood. Both Tho last named Are secret oath bound societies. It is Well known that Cronin has waged a relentless War some the former leaders the societies not personal ground howve4 from a patriotic Irish . He was one Tho leaders tie seceding Section the Anc ent order hibernian three four years age and when the discord in the Gamzat was smoothed Over he became a Leader in the reorganized fraternity while those who accused him treason were driven out in d a Grace in the Kindred the clan a Gael he won the hostility Cut the self same leaders. He was expelled from their organisation at to beef Behest. He was branded As a Traitsis it is Uaine was written a the blackboard every a clan a Gael in the country As a traitor the Ireland. When the society passed from tic went Rel Cronin sir so political ene tales Cronin was restored and Tho record h s so called treason was blot de Cul. He was thoroughly vindicated. Instead being the accused he became the accuser lie presided As chief officer the Irish club a 5ael convention held in Hershey Hall in this City last june. He formulated charges that occasion against a former Leader the Irish societies. The subject mat they Daniil should satisfy America. London May 22.�?it is reported that Germany has finally consented to restore King Malietoa. This action was taken finally after Proton Reil and persistent efforts the part the american commissioners. But now comes another hitch in the negotiations. The Tresh difficulty grows out the claim for indemnity made by Germany. The american Section the confere no holds that if any indemnity is paid it must be a merely nominal stun. German the contrary maintains that in Tho conflicts Between the German Force end the samoans the latter were invariably the aggressors. Besides the native partisans King Malietoa were guilty the barbarous practices beheading German sailors As Well As inflicting upon Tho wounded particular cruelties. 1 hese acts Germany insists should retail opon Samoa the payment special indemnity. Earnest efforts Are making in committee to Settle the dispute but the matter is Likely to require a reference to the plenary conference. London May 22.�? the posts Berlin Corro Sponden is tvs that he chief Points Tho final protocol the Bam Uati Bonfi frence Are first that the government Samoa be arranged upon a tripartite basis England being accorded a position similar to that arbitrator. The second Point importance is that dealing with i land com Inis Slon. England will n Lime influence in the appointment a supreme judicial functionary. Blocked by bugs. A train brought to a completa stand still in a Maine Forest by Horn let a it creeping Lils Belg the trek l Evered i eleven Miles a hard Day a work for the train men. New York May 22.�? a dispatch to the world from Lewiston me., says the Railroad reef who out with the Pioneer train a new line through i the Maine wilderness sunday had an experience which left them l>lis-1 Tereul weary and disgusted. The train was brought to a head to it id the Woods by millions caterpillars and insects Many varieties which took a fancy to crawling in the rails Aud defied every device essayed for removing to Ifni until another locomotive was sent to the Rescue. A big engine and eleven hat cars loaded with 1,500 ship Knees the Canadian Pacific s first train for business started from Rebois for Bro Riv us Ufa Day mottling. H had gone but a few Miles when it rail into a Sticky squirming mass which the locomotive wheels ground to a Grea a pulp that clogged the Dri ing wheels Aud prevented them from getting any grip tin track. It was As if wheels and rails had been thoroughly larded. The train came to a standstill and the conductor arid Engineer made �9 they tried to Starl again but it was no Usa. The a bugs were too much for them. A far As the Ere could reach the Little Cater pillars were in Complete Possession the hand was sprinkled the rails. This enabled the engine to Start but the eater Pillers soon greased Tho tics Agamiri Ato. Of pfc trait listed a messenger was dispatched to the he Hois station and the situation was telegraphed to the manager the Road. He sent an extra locomotive and a Crew helpers to the assistance the Bele Guercil train. With a Force men scraping and sanding w Ith an engine 4pnate�? the 14th a House Bill Athari tag East Saginaw to borrow f100 000 for the erection a City Hall and a few other Bills local were pasted. House the Bill to afford Home Relief to old soldiers who do not wish to go to Soldier Homes was passed. It also provides Relief . Their minor children and widows. The Dili to furnish text books free for the use it children in Public schools was favourably considered. Senate the Senate worked in committee _ the 15th the Detroit garbage �11 mob in important amendments Bill making Ltd for the Eastern acid passed an App Podry a. 0 nth a Bills insane Asylum i and a . Of eur local it pittance. The Gid error ent b special message recommending that the log with reference to the Cason it the Lane asylums be so amended that each county be charged with the expenses patients sent from it instead off a general to and As now thereby removing the cause for complaint from counties do Moro than their proportionate share the expense also having a tendency to have the mildly insane kept at Home act relieving the pressure for additional accommodate is St the state institutions. House Bills were passed authorizing the incorporation Trust and safety Deposit companies providing a Bounty three cents for dead English sparrows amending the charter Hillsdale authorizing the incorporation summer resort associations the Tyre 11 free text Book Bill and the woman a municipal suffrage Bill by a vote 56 to 4, and gave it immediate effect by an almost unanimous vote. Senate the woman a municipal suffrage Bill was Defeated the la the by a vote 10 to 10. The House capital punishment Bill was also Defeated by a vote id to 10, a Bill was passed authorizing penal institution boards to contract for the care United states prisoners. At the expiration their sentence they Are to be furnished with transportation to their Homes a new suit clothes and a Small amount Money at the expense Yie United Stales a joint Resolution was passed for the settlement by the state Hoard auditors the claims certain parties for damages sustained by the passage the Ole Margarine act 1885. House the local option b 11 was taken the table and placed final passage. Two amendments were adopted. One was in regard to the form ballot to be used and the other provided that one foil Rob the voters in the county must sign the petition before the special election can be called. The Bill finally passed under a Call the House by 53 yeas to 41 nays. Of Nate the 17th Bills were passed providing for a Bounty wolves in the upper Peninsula authorizing the executive Hoard to erect a cottage for the care insane criminals amending the charter Vav est Bay Cit i enlarging the Powers trustees charitable institutions. House Bills were passed authorizing fire Protection and Street lighting in certain portions grand rapids township the grand rapids police court Bill increasing the salary Tho state librarian to $1,200, and assistant to a our. A Resolution was adopted for the committee to inquire into the possibility establishing a state Normal school in the upper portion the lower Peninsula and report to the next legislature. The governor approved Tibi a for an additional circuit judge for the Kent circuit and under its provisions appointed Marsden c. Burch grand rapids to the position. Michigan state news a family Row. Mer will sell i a part. The Ninx at to Kloi Agency ready to give i p enough Thrif lands to furnish farm for a thousand Meir. Yankton d. T., May 16.�? a dispatch received Here from the Antou Indian Agency states that the Sioux Indiana at that Wilabe Are preparing to negotiate with the Golemi Keiit to f id Softle about seven townships the North part their reservation. Engineers Are now at work surveying the Agency and the indians Are selecting their land in severally. The reason assigned for Selling this land is that their treaty wih the i United states Only allows them $15.090 per annul and their present treaty will soon expire. The tract embraces some the finest land in South Dakota and a Rush settlers is expected to follow its opening to homesteaders which will bilt within thirty Days. These lids will furnish Homes fur Low families allowing each 160 acres. It ends in the fatal shooting chant Ami his son in Law. Late the other afternoon we Lhand Smith a Detroit produce merchant Atigh is it a in Law. Peter her twill a portrait Painter a hot each other in a family quarrel in. Ron the former a place business. Well was trying to persuade his wife who had left him some time ago to return and live with him when Smith interfere a Tju Arrel ensued which led to blows and finally Smith Drew a revolver and Khot Hartwell in the left breast Hartwell r moroc ated firing several shots which to in Smiths head and arms. Hart f Well also Nav the revolver at Hig wide a k in Fnu i to a Lix Irge. Smith w As sixty but it failed to di3t>and Hartwell fifty years amp Botto Mcm a were Well out peddle. The Ishpeming City authorities have to gun a War extermination All paddlers fairs and agents All sorts. 1 he w i refused licenses and promptly arrested when caught at work. Several arrests Iao already been made and the cases will be watched with great interest t be City has been overrun w Ith All sorts paddlers Anu hawkers for the past three years taught them a . A t miss Kate Young teaches the Village school at the Bema. She has also taught the school Board a trick two. M Hen she Wab refused Money for soap and Tow Els a few Days ago she instructed each scholar to bring a go to school. With the result this assessment the lavatory Necen Frieh were purchased and Kate is Happy and Tuo children clean. _ marriage an Experiment. Marriage in Bay county is apparently regarded As an Experiment. A woman Ai it plied to the Coutv clerk the other Day for a License that would carry her through two years Aud enable her to quit her husband at the end that time if she did t like him. She w a surprised to learn that there were none that kind to be had health in Michigan. Reports to the state Board health by fifty seven observers in different parts the state for the week ended the 11 the indicated that whooping cough increased Ana pneumonia decreased in area la re Alence. Diphtheria was reported at eight places Scarlet fever at seventeen typhoid fever at five and measles at four. A new invention. Sex representative Moulton grand. Rapids has invented a the concern is a species the genuine bicycle but is aquatic in its nature. When onco mounted one can skim the Waves like a Duck and rather enjoy the possibility a a a header if the water i a warm and Tho rider not out sight Lark the state fair. The executive committee the state agricultural society met at Lansing the other Day and decided to locate the state fair in Lansing permanently the local fair society feeding it handsome grounds to the state society. It is probable the fair will be held during the week beginning september 9. It at to pull and another to push the train rent Ter these charges was acrimonious by de. Through the Woods at a snails paid All i do. I. 4a 1 _ l a 1 _ .1 a a 41 bated. They included charges malfeasance treason perjury and murder. The Conrid ration these charges was referred to a committee which Cronin was a member. The committee met in new York convicted eoe amp not Tho leaders who had hounded Cronin Tor years and a led to acquit others leaving open the charges Aga not the latter. Or. Cronin in order to arrive at a tory conclusion As to some those charges made Independent investigations in connection with Mortimer Scanlan this City he made a discovery which Estabi shed beyond question the theft 482,000 Irish secret society funds not land league National league funds it should be remembered. He established the theft he collected the evidence against the thief. He was prepared to present it at the approaching convention the Irish societies. H s a a removal was necessary to protect certain parties from eternal disgrace --4$ Many sailors drowned. Day i brr null after the sign had gone Down the locomotives and men toiled to drag that train from Rebois to Brownville. The Maria Del caterpillars covered Tho rails for eleven Miles. When the train reached its destination at last it bore the most sex Jia usted and disgusted Crew Ever Seeli. A Battle with redskins. A Large number reported slain it a fight with Indian Horn a tip a vet in Manitoba. Winnipeg mar. May 22.�?word has just been received Here a ferocious fight which took place near fort met i Iasi week Between a band blood indians Oil one Side Aud a Force comi used soldiers cowboys and Gros 5 Entres the other. The bloods have lately Leen stealing horses from the Gros Ventres and the latter assisted by soldiers and to recover cowboys made an. Effort three serious disaster at sea reported 8to end animals. As usual the stories As. In Viiu ii i the number killed Are conflict Chicago. It will be their first object to have _ number suspicious assertions explained assertions made by supposed friends the murdered Man. Lieutenant Elliott will have these people at the inquest and demand an explanation full and Complete. It will be no Surprise if a number Well known Irish citizens should be arrested before night suspicion. It will be remembered that Thomas f. Of Connor an employee in the City Law department said to a reporter me Cronin s body and i la Point ont his this sensational statement . O Conner refused to explain further. He will be Given an Opportunity to do so at the inquest . And mrs. Conklin and others whose interviews have All been fraught with insinuating charges will be called upon for explanations. The detectives claim that they have been handicapped from the Start by a Lack is sistan i from those who claimed to know concerning the doctors removal for a remo Al a All agree it now appears to have been. A it is High time we were getting at the Bottom facts a said inspector Ebersold a and friends . Cronin seem the be the Only ones furnished with Bottom fac tax it was rumoured Good authority Early this morning that an arrest had been made a Confederate Woodruff who is believed to have been implicated in the mar Der . Cronin. The police authorities were extremely reticent about Tjie matter and would neither affirm nor contradict a a collision off Montreal in which fight live were lot fears for the safety two French vessels with 1t5 souls aboard. Montreal can., May 23.�?As the Donaldson Glasgow liner Cynthia was proceeding to this port she w As run into and sunk by the Allan Royal mail Steamer polynesian. Eight the Crew the Cynthia trere lost. The Accident occurred opposite Point Aux trembles about twelve Miles from Here. At this Point there is a dangerous turn in the ship Channel. The polynesian left Here about 4 39 a m., and the Accident occurred about 5 clock. The weather was Fine Ani Clear. The survivors the Cynthia swam ashore and it is said received no assistance from the polynesian which proceeded her Way. The Cynthia was a Clyde built Steamer ing but it is certain that quite a Large number were slain. Most the bodies were carried away by friends the fallen but three four were discovered the Field minus scalps. The bloods appear to have gotten the worst the encounter. They got away with most the stolen horses and Are now being closely pursued. After american flour Mills. English capitalist trying to secure con i Rol Minneapolis properties. London May 22.�?there is Good authority for the statement that a movement is the by Nama was a Chiyae Tuuu Steamer Ora not among English capitalists to secure 2,500 tons Burden and had been plying be con Roi some the largest flouring inter tween Glasgow and this port for the last 1 a a a a a Al it a Klinor Law Gye Yeara in Joe polynesia n is one the largest Tho Allan Fleet and is com Captain Hugh Wylie one handed by re a. The olt lest officers in the service. Halifax n. Amp May 23.�?advices from St Ifferte Miquelon state that two fishing vessels the Ella and the Quirt re Freres which left France some time ago for the Newfoundland fisheries with 175 men Board have been lost and that ail hands have doubles been drowned. Beattle w. T., May 2a-the Steamer Alt has arrived Here with intelligence that the bark Lizzie Williams carrying a Crew Twenty seven men and ninety seven chinese was wrecked tog Idah Island a Barren and uninhabitable Shoal april 12. Six chinese and two seamen were drowned. The Veasel and cargo Worth $130,000, Are a total loss. Killed by a falling building. Loix us May 23.�?William Hempker Dundee and a boy named Frank Hintze Ware instantly killed Here wednesday afternoon by the collapse a Bam which costs in America among them being the Pillsbury properties in Minneapolis. Negotiations have been under Way for some time but thus far no conclusion has been reached. Trio plan it is believed is not to create a a flour Trust a exactly but to Syndicate some Large and valuable milling and a Levator properties. Many victims. A costly Blaze. Worth fire sweeps away s9.0o0 property at Huntingburg Kjosa fun Hunt Noburo ind May 19.-a disastrous fire visited this City Friday morning. The loss Aggregates �12. .099, and is distributed As follows Herman Roberta tobacco Ware Bouse containing Over Law-000 pounds Loose and pressed tobacco 51 and his find residence $75,999 . Swartz St tre and residence $8,000 Roelker a residence and Marble shop $1,000 Moenk House Saloon $1,600 Bce la Singer three buildings 2,000 a. H. Miller Saloon and residence $6,000 Andy Frith Saloon amp you libber Rueh bakery 81,->00. The total insurance Wylli not Cut eed $34,000. The fatal crossing. Two Michigan Central trains run Down Carriage with fatal result in each instance. Detroit May 19.-train no. 20 the Canadian stanch the Michigan Central Friday no Gilt a a a truck pm Ethma. As the Engineer reported to t e train Disna Teher. It was found a that the train had struck a horse and buggy belonging to Joseph Bechard Stith Dover killing the Man and Horrey and smashing tile buggy. A Cutie later another Michigan Central train str Erk Carriage driven by h. Hutchins a tors a Short distance from Windsor. The he Rees were killed outright and Hutchins so badly injured that he will probably die. visit West Point. Of those chosen by the pres Lent the Senate and the House. Washington May 21.�?tbe Board visitors to the military Academy at West Point has been appointed. It consists the to lowing the part the Senate Hon. C. K. Davs St. Paul minn., and Hon. W. Daniel Lynchburg a. On the part the House Hon. 8. Robertson Baton Rouge la. Hon. S. K yonder Luna and Hon. George w. Sheets Marion ind. By the pres Dent prof. Leroy d. Brown Reno Nev. Prof. C. Pinkerton Perry i. Rev. Or. B. A. Chidlaw Cleves Rev. Arthur Edwards Chicago Nathan s. Lincoln Washington Capano Charles King u. S. A. Retired Milwaukee and general Lew Wallace Indiana. Atoms astronomy. List forty five deaths so far reported from the flooded districts Bohemia crops hopelessly ruined and thousands the verge starvation. Vienna May 22.�? forty five deaths a thus far reported to have occurred through tiie floods in Bohemia and it is believed that the total Loes life will greatly exceed the highest estimates yet made. The country in the Vicinity Pilsen is one vast Lake and the crop Are hopelessly ruined. Thousands persons Are thus reduced to the verge starvation and Many must die if help is not immediately forthcoming. It has been calculated that not less than 20,000,000 meteors each Large enough to be visible As a a shooting Star a enter our atmosphere daily. The Bright Star canopus emits More than thousand five Hundred times the Light our son. Sirius is at Sucha distance that its Light occupies nearly nine years in reaching us and its real brightness is that sixty three suns. After careful investigation Ligner the austrian meteorologist has become assured that the Moon affects the magnetic Needle. The disturbance is especially noticeable when the Moon is near the Earth when she is passing to first last Quarter reaches its maximum when the Moon is in the plane the Equator and is greater during the Southern than during the Northern decline Tion. From an exhaustive study the Large collection meteorites at Harvard College the conclusion has been arrived at that Many the masses meteoric Iron now a mown Are cleavage crystals broken off probably by the Impact the mass against the atmosphere. It is found that these masses show cleaving parallel to the planes All the three fundamental forms the isometric regular system. From All that appears the theory has come to be entertained that the masses meteorites were thrown off from a Sun among the fixed stars ind that they were slowly cooled while Short but newsy items. Bay City will have a big match factory in operation in a few weeks. A four year old child Edgar i Han was killed near Jonesville recently by a land roller about which the child we playing. The horses started and the child was thrown under the roller. A n. Moffat and a company Detroit capitalists have bought the port Huron a. Sarnia ferry and will greatly improve Tho service. Agents a Chicago firm who have been Selling goods in Ishpeming the install ment plan have been arrested by the City authorities for not taking out a License. Test be made. The sailors and soldiers association have decided to hold their annual reunion Tho Jackson fair grounds. July 22-25 inclusive. Rem Lis freyling grand rapids aged a Vear and a half was drowned in a pail water in which he fell the other evening. Fires originating from lightning burned several to mrs a Tekonsha recently causing $3,090 loss. The Loomis Battery held its fourteenth reunion a few Days ago at Coldwater. Thirty five veterans were present. At a Meating in the exposition building at Detroit the other night the Rost dispatch i Parnell defense fund amounting to $ �,2-, was turned Over to Rev. Charles Reilly treasurer the National league. Hog cholera is devastating whole herds Swine in parts Oklahoma county. The famous Loomis Battery held a successful reunion at Coldwater recently and elected officers for the ensuing year with t. Harris Adrian As president the fifth annual meeting the National editorial association will meet in Detroit August 28 to 30. James f. Joy Detroit with . Ashley representing ninety per cent the la it ads has bought the Wabash railway lines East Tho Mississippi River for $15,550,000. Forty one liquor licenses have been taken out in Muskegon which gives a Saloon to every 800 people. Bay City will have a match factory in operation in a Short time and it is expected one Hundred boxes matches will be made and boxed up every second it a in operation.,. A Miour j. Mason lost his right hand in a Buzz at the Falcon Mill in big rapids the other Day. a. Burdens barn Negr Putnam was burned the other night and and a Large amount farm machinery were lost. There is a movement among some Benev solent people Detroit to give the girls employed in stores a half Holiday each week. The april output from the ropes Gold mine including Gold and concentrates amounted to $6,725. The running expenses were $4,300. Joseph f. Kelley gets �8,000 damages from Bay to Monty Tor injuries received by the fall the Twenty third Street Bridge at Bay City. A falling Guy pole at the bourse Mill in Petoskey recently struck William Buyser the head killing him instantly. leaves a wife and one child. Near Detroit the other night Joseph Bechard undertook to Cross a Railroad track in front a train and he and his horse were killed. The roof h. P Baldwin a co s shoe factory in Detroit caved in the other morning and William Bernowsky was killed and two others seriously injured. The Twenty fourth annual meeting the state medical society was held recently at Kalamazoo two Hundred members being present John Bush and Michael Welihan conductor and Engineer the Michigan Central engine which wrecked a Street car at Kalamazoo recently have been held for manslaughter for causing the death Sarah h. Hadlock one the five victims Joseph Rasiti was killed and two other miners lost an Arm apiece by the careless use dynamite at the Osceola mine at Calumet a few Days ago. Reports from eat Tawas the other Day were to the effect that the Forest fires which had been raging near that Village had been nearly extinguished by heavy Raina by an Accident at the Huron Copper june the other evening one Man was killed outright and two fatally injured Frank Anderson died at Muskegon recently from a deep aah he inflicted in his Throat when he Aleo Cut one his wrists nearly off with a razor. Mental aberration was assigned for the deed. He was Thiry three years old and unmarried

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