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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 9, 1889, South Haven, MichiganA vol. 20x111. South have mich., no Timber 9, 1889. Osto. 25. Some a Penitis estimates that a person who lives to be seventy years ago eats enough food to fill Twenty Box freight cars. Guatemala is soon to have a Railroad line from the Atlantic to the Pacific with harbours and shipping facilities at each end. _ miss Hattie. Blaine miss Wana maker miss Puller miss Harlan and miss Campbell Art among the new rosebuds who will Bloom this Winter in the Garden Washington society. Governor Gordon has just pardoned from the Georgia Penitentiary Charles Collins who was sentenced for life in 1875 for a murder which it is now conclusive1 y shown he never committed. The indians the five nations take great interest in news from the surrounding states As Well As within the Borders their own nations. 1 in weekly newspapers Are published within the territory and a number daily newspapers from that states Are taken by the indians. I a since March i the missionaries in the Northwestern District be american sunday school Union Hare established 895 sunday schools with 2.��?T>47 teachers and 11,211 scholars besides aiding 1,578 other schools. They have also held 2,295 meetings made 10,400 visits to families distributed 2.298 Libles and testaments and travelled 100.700 Miles. Speaking the late general Hart Ranft. Pennsylvania a correspondent says a the general was a Mason. At Antietam just after he had dropped Down the Bridge and taken it and while the fighting was almost hand to hand a Confederate officer gave him the masonic sign. He recognized it instantly and sent the officer unharmed to the rear As a the r a Sian government has caught a pair american financiers w to have been deluding the gear s domains with counterfeit Money. The stuff is so per j feet an imitation the genuine that it has passed unquestioned almost everywhere except in the Banks. Siberia sudden death will be the. Doom the ingenious americans who thus inflated the currency Russia. Kaiser Wilt Elm is not con tented with the Imperial crowns his grandparents wore and which Date no further Back than 1872, and so is having new ones made for himself and Tolfe Impresa. His is to weigh three pounds and to have a huge Sapphire at the top and to contain 109 Diamond. His wife gets no Sapphire but has some 105 diamonds and eleven unusually Large pearls. With the departure the two Dako tas Montana and Washington into statehood there will remain five organized territories Idaho. Wyoming. Utah new Mexico and arizonan and two unorganized Alaska and the Indian territory. Within the next few years Mist these will likewise become Stab s. Every one the organized territories believes that it is fit now to step up higher. Epitome the m Eek. Interesting news compilation. Prom Washington. The president the 1st issued a proclamation designating november 28 As thanksgiving Day. In the United states the business failures during the seven Days ended the 1st numbered 229, and for i Anada 82. For the corresponding week last year the figures were 275 failures in the United states and 82 in Canada. The Public debt statement issued the first showed the total debt to be 81,-625.521,576 Cash in Treasury. $45,835,-702 debt less Cash in Treasury. $1,060,-950,677. Decrease during october $9.-104,85.8. Decrease since june .�?�0, 1889, $15,965.944. V at the leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 2d aggregated $1,225,-504,276 against $152,898,882 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1888 the increase amounted to 13.5. V in his annual report the 2d Edward Lycaon. Director the mint says ther coinage during the was in value As follows l6ld, $25,548.910 Silver Dol Lars $88,793,860 subsidiary Silver. $721,-686 minor coins. $906.478 total 860,-965.927. Secl Feathy risk in his annual report the 2d submits figures showing the importance agriculture which produces an annual yield nearly $4.000,-000.000, employing the 5.000.000 farms persons representing a population 80.000.000, people and the value live Stock alone is estimated at $2,507.000,000. At 8 40 clock the afternoon the 2d president Harrison issued a proclamation admitting North Dakota and South Dakota As states in the Union. A this was the first instance in the his a tory the National government twin states entering the Union at the same moment. Miss Clara Barton save that since june 15 Over Twenty thousand persons at Johnstown pa., have received Aid at the bands the bed Cross representatives. Three thousand families have Lieen supplied with the articles necessary for reestablishment Home life. Six houses have been furnished warmed and lighted and passed into the hands local priv simians for the use homeless sick needing shelter and care. In a review the calamities caused by floods during the year 18s9 the Japan mail says a incomplete returns show that twelve prefectures have been devastated. 2.419 people killed. Ivy wounded and Over 90,000 people deprived Means Sulu Sis Tenee. More than 50,000 houses have Leen swept away submerged 1-50.000 acres crops destroyed about 6,000 Bridges washed away and some hundreds Miles roads broken up. At South Paris. Me., the other Day Uncle Robert Gray eighty seven years age. Harnessed his horse i ick thirty four years old and. Accompanied by his wife eighty five years age. Drove to North Paris and visited Sullivan Andrews eighty to wars old meeting while there mrs. Edward Andrews eighty six years old. Who had just returned from Europe and . Pottle eighty three years age. The Art living a Long life evidently has been successfully cultivated in Oxford county me., by Man woman and beast. Wmk Mem Kemmler the sentenced murderer whose life is prolonged by the quibbles Over the electric Mode execution is wry Low in the moral scale. A lady who has made him some visits in his cell at Auburn n. Y., has been trying to teach him some religious truths. The other Day she said to him a do you know that the son god Caine Down from heaven to save such As you Quot a no 1 never heard him Quot said Kemmler. A what you never heard Jesus Christ i never have Quot said the murderer positively who very Likely had often taken the acred name upon his lips in vain without even knowing what it meant. The East. Tin death Hiram a. Jones who started the first Pony express route across the continent occurred at Newburgh n the 1st, aged seventy years. % at Johnstown pa., two More bodies were recovered the 1st. One them was identified As that John Schrantz Allentown one the passengers the ill fated Day express. % dispatcher the 1st report the loss in the Arctic Ocean the whaling Steamer Lucretia new Bedford mass. William Turnbull amp co., dry goods dealers in new York failed the 2d for $250,000. the 4th the National maritime exhibition at Boston was formally opened. At i Lebanon pa., molten Iron broke through the stack a Furnace the 4th. Overwhelming eight labourers five whom were burned to death while the others were severely injured. In the ninth new York District Amos j. Cummings dem was elected the 5th to Congress. He received 15,518 votes against 24 for John l. Thomas Proi r West and South. Judge Parker passed sentence death at fort Smith Ark., the 1st a citizen Eatonton ga., smokes about twelve pounds tobacco yearly in a pipe that he declares is Over two Hun j dred years old. This leads a mathematical person to calculate that if that were the average amount used in the pipe. Since its first Day 2.400 pounds the j veed have been burned in its bowl and if the first $12 had been put out at com \ Pound interest rate 10 percent it would now have grown to the sum j $1,755,443,200 just How this would have j benefited the first owner the pipe does not appear but it is presumed that his upon nine murderers setting the Date hanging for january 16, 1890. Two Are negroes a and six Are full but it Oded indians. The Corn crop Kansas the past season was 276,541,338 bushels. In Southern Colorado thousands horses and cattle were the 1st driven from their ranges by a blizzard and hundreds the weaker animals had perished. Easton col., a passenger train Snow bound was run into by a freight train the 1st, and a fireman an Engineer and a passenger were killed. the 1st states attorney Longe Necker Taid the store told by Gillette a fellow prisoner Burke in m Winnipeg that Burke made a confession to him the murder . Cronin was w it hoist foundation. One the most important w witnesses at the Cronin trial in Chicago the 1st was Jonas Carlson the owner the cottage w Here . Cronin was murdered. He detailed the renting the cottage by a Frank Williams Quot and then pointed out Martin Burke As the Man who had passed under that name. While taking Eif Fht Apache indians and one mexican to the Yuma Penitentiary the 2d, sheriff Reynolds. W. A. Holmes and Eugene Middleton were shot dead by their prisoners near Riverside a. the Santa be Road a train went Dovi an embankment the 3d near Brown Wood. Tex., and eighteen Passen Gerts were injured five fatally i Dei. Pino Brothers Cigar factory at key West fla., containing Over a million cigars besides a Large Quantity Havana tobacco was completely consumed by fire the 3d. Loss $120,000. Fire the �3d destroyed thirteen buildings at Luther. Mich. Burgers amp Johnson s drug store at Eminence ind., was destroyed by dynamite the 2d. The citizens Are opposed to saloons and it was asserted that at the drug store whisky was sold too freely. Governor Lyman Knapp Alaska in his annual report the 2d estimated the White population at 3,500. A he said the government schools were influences for Good and recommended a that Alaska have a representative in Congress. J women masked themselves the 2d and wrecked an obnoxious club House the Alton Road Between Independence and Kansas City. The death Hiram Chilson a Soldier the War 1812, occurred at Niles j mich., the 2d, aged ninety three years. Robbers the 2d tortured Jasper James and his wife an aged couple living near Hume mo., and robbed them 8400. Mrs. James died from her in latter w renewed the weapon from the infuriated Man. Westbrook then Cut his own Throat and died almost instantly. In his annual report the 4th Arthur l. Thomas the governor Utah territory estimates the population the territory at 230.000, which is an increase nearly 86,000 since 1880. During the last nine years the foreign born population has been increased by mormon immigration by 10,094. The aggregate assessed valuation property the incorporated cities and towns for the year 1889 is $30,�596,469. Speaking the Gentile strength the governor says the time May come when the gentiles will be in the majority but it will be Many years hence. Air. Thomas Homan Milford ind., aged fifty years hanged herself the 4th in a fit insanity. The City Charleston s. C., held an earthquake festival the 4th. The City was elaborately decorated. the 4th the boilers the fishing Steamer s. S. Brown exploded off Hereford. Near Lewes. Dei., and the Engineer and two firemen were fatally scalded. The Montana state canvassing Board completed its work the 4th, showing the entire Republican ticket to have been elected except Toole for governor. The republicans would have a majority eight in the legislature. the 4th the discovery was made at Streator iii., that Joe Mudd had killed his Cousin. Hattie Lee. And then taken his own life. The cause was the refusal the girl to marry him. The North Dakota legislature has been summoned to meet at Bismarck november 19. The new state officers Wen sworn in the 4th. The lumber and docks p. P. Leonard at Muskegon. Mich., and the North Muskegon Shingle company were destroyed by fire the 4th. Loss $125.000. Ujj enry Miller Charles Jolly and Joe Martin a perished in the recent blizzard near Folsom. N. M. At Indianapolis a Marble bust Oliver p. Morton. Indiana s War governor was unveiled the 5th with Cen monies conducted by the grand army the Republic. J he occasion was the twelfth anniversary the funeral the statesman. the 5th one the severest Snow and wind storms in the history new Mexico had prevailed Tor three Days and damage to live Stock the Northern ranges was reported. At Las \ Egas eighteen inches Snow covered the ground. The death Neil a. Price author several popular songs including Quot stick to your Mother Tom a and a a Hoy s Best Friend is his Mother occurred in Chattanooga Tenn. the 5th. the 5th Daniel Burns a Farmer living near Wabash. Ind., killed himself because the girl he loved married another Man. Galveston Tex advices the 5th say that in a Gale off the coast several vessels foundered and some lives were lost. Fire destroyed an entire Square in the business portion Weston a. Quot a., thjfe5th. Freight trains collided the 5th the Lake Shore Railroad near Wawaka ind., and two engines and fifteen cars were completely wrecked and the track badly Tore up. The fall elections. Result the contest at the polls tuesday. The democrats elect their candidate for governor in Ohio and Iowa a hone Defeated in Virglnia return from other state. James Campbell a foreign intelligence. A Wall fell the 1st near a carpet factory at Glasgow Scotland and fifty girls were crushed to death. Telegrams received the 1st stated that the revolution in Guatemala had ended in favor the government and that All the revolutionists captured were shot. The loss the Schooner Jennie Rosalin off Cape Hatteras was reported the 2d. And the Captain and his w Ife and the coloured Steward were drowned. Letters from Stanley dated Victoria Nyanza August 29. Had been received at Zanzibar the 2d. He was Well. Sir Henry James counsel for the London times before the Parnell commission in London the 5th characterized Parnell Isra As a conspiracy and accused . Parnell plotting treason against the government. Is a Colliery at Fernburg. Germany an explosion occurred the 5th. Killing ten men and seriously wounding Man others. Present heirs would not object to their j juries proportion such a handsome Fortune. 1 Rry a Quot John Jacob a a toil new York said again to contemplate Matrimony is set Down by Thomas g. Shearman in the november forum As the richest Man in this country controlling it is said $150, a a 000.000. . Astor is sixty eight years were suffocated by escaping in their old. Tall handsome vigorous an a com i Home near Moorpark Mich a listed and aristocratic gentleman. His j at St. I it Ouis a Sharp Shock Earth m my Fol top t hot bils a a 11 n in Felt u few minutes before two three new witnesses at the Cronin trial identified Martin Burke the 2d As being the Man who under the name a Frank Williams a rented and occupied last Spring the Carlson cottage where . Cronin was murdered. the 2d Jacob Carter and his wife first wife was the daughter Thomas Gibbs South Carolina. Mrs. Bowler Cincinnati the lady now said to have captivated him. Is the widow a Nephew George h. Pendle ton Ohio. . Astor s Only child is William Waldorf Astor president Arthur s minister to Talv and a novelist some Merit. The government directors the i my a Pacific Road have reported to the Secretary the Interior that in their judgments the interests the i United stau demand Early action by Congress loss cure the payment by the country id its indebtedness to the government. Quake was Felt a few minutes before two clock the morning the 2d. Tall buildings were shaken and their inmates profoundly frightened but there w As no damage. Oscillations were also perceptible at Jac Onvile and Cairo 111. the 2d Joseph ii. Brown a wholesale grocer at forty Orth tex., failed for $810.000. Haggai Westbrook a Farmer living in Vergennes township mich., whom financial troubles had rendered insane crushed the skulls Bis sleeping wife and Thrif Small children taif . And also attempted to kill his son but the later. R. Stanton Lake View the Man who printed iceman Sullivan a business cards was a witness at the Cronin trial the 6th. Lie swore that the cards w Ere not delivered to Sulli until May 2, two Days before . Cronin was decoded away to his death by Means one them. Other witnesses told the finding the trunk the morning after the murder and its condition. Jeremiah and Mary Shaw aged respectively three and five years were buried in a Sand Bank near Haverhill mass., the 6th. Advices the 6th say that an englishman named Nelson and three native boys had been murdered and eaten by cannibals in the Solomon islands. A British Cruiser had shelled the villages All along the coast w Here the horrible affair took place. John Bush the oldest settler in St. Paul minn., died the 6th, aged ninety six years. Reports received the 6th at Zanzi bar stated that . Peters the celebrated German explorer and almost his entire party had been massacred by natives. Both houses Tho Washington legislature met at Olympia the 6th and elected officers. Returns the 6th from the recent state elections show that the democrats elected their ticket in new York headed by f. E. Rice for Secretary state by 21,000 plurality the legislature is Republican in both branches. In new Jersey Leon Abbett dem was re elected governor by 9,000 majority. In Pennsylvania Henry k. Boyer rep was elected state treasurer by 60,000 majority. In Massachusetts John q. A. Brackett rep was elected governor by 6,000 plurality. M. Stone dem was elected Mississippi without opposition. In Virginia Philip w. Mckinney dem was elected governor by 20,000 majority. In Maryland Baughman dem was elected Sute comptroller by 10,090 majority Feln Nebraska the republicans elected their ticket headed by t. L. Norval for supreme judge by%22,-000 majority. In Ohio the democrats elected Campbell for governor by about 8,000 plurality and retain the legislature. In Iowa Boies dem was elected governor by about 8,000 plurality but the legislature remains Republican. The election in Kansas was for county offices ouly and in most cases the issues were a purely local character. In Wyoming the majority in favor n Constitution was 6,000. Ohio. Columbus o., nov. 7.�?i official returns from eighty four counties in Ohio give Campbell a plurality 8,905. The four remaining counties which Are Ashland Beauga Ottawa and Paulding gave Powell a plurality in 1887 430. The democratic state committee claims the election Campbell Over Foraker by a plurality from 12,000 to 15,000 and the election the remainder the state ticket by pluralities ranging from 4,000 to 8.000. The Republican committee has nothing upon which it can reliably dispute the figures further than it does not think the plurality Campbell will reach Over 8,000 10,000, and that the rest the democratic state ticket will not be elected by More than 2.000 3,000 plurality. The state committees have been making their estimates the head the tickets which show that Foraker has run be Hind in nearly every county in the state. Both committees and chairmen seem to be agreed that the democrats will carry the legislature in both branches. It is not probable the figures As agreed upon As to membership will be changed from that which has already been announced though in some the counties they do not have conclusive information. From the Best at hand gathered from both Headquarters the House will stand 61 democrats and 53 republicans and the Senate 19 democrats and 17 republicans. This would give the democrats a majority 10 joint ballot. In this Case a Democrat will succeed Hon. Henry b. Payne also a democrats in the Senate the United states. The senatorial election will be held in january 1890. . Payne who is a very old Man. Says that he will not be a candidate for re election. Governor Foraker was asked if he had any thing to say As to the causes which led to the result and he said a i greatly regret the result course but i have no complaints to make anybody about any thing. I have no time disposition to discuss the causes. The newspapers will doubtless do that better than i can. 1 have sent . Campbell the following Telegram and i sincerely wish him a sue Essul administration. A o., nov. 6.�?.. Jam k. Campbell Hamilton 0. To the full extent that a Defeated candidate can do so with propriety allow me to offer my congratulations and assure you it will give me pleasure to extend you every Courtesy i can show you in connection with your inauguration and the commencement your administration. B. . Campbell sent the following re ply wednesday evening Hamilton. O., nov. 5.�?Hon. B. Tatt governor Ohio permit me to thank you most heartily Tor the cordial Telegram just received. 1 accept with High appreciation your tender courtesies upon the occasion referred to. J Ames it is announced that Calvin s. Brice chairman the National executive committee during the last presidential Campaign has already announced him self As a candidate for senator in Ohio. Other senatorial candidates Are John r. Mclean editor the Cincinnati enquirer John h. Thomas Springfield and Lawrence t. Neal and Virgil p Kline both whom we Ere prominent candidates against . Campbell for the gubernatorial nomination. Iowa. Des Moines la., nov. 7.�?Complete returns from ninety five counties and the remaining four counties estimated the same As two years ago show that Boies dem for governor has 5,995 plurality. The official returns w ill undoubtedly i a crease this majority to about 7,000. The entire state ticket Horace Hoies. A lieutenant governor Justice the supreme court superintendent Public instruction and railway commissioner is elected. The republicans claim the legislature by 8 majority joint ballot but the democrats do not concede More than 3. Wapello county Hutchison s Home gives Boies 450 majority a democratic gain 700. Hutchison lost his own Ward by 61, his Home City by 330, and his county by 450. He carried Blackhawk Boies Home county by 223, a democratic gain 700. The republicans claim that returns from All counties either full vote estimated majorities indicate the election Boies by a Small plurality probably not Over 8,000, and that it is probable that the Republican state ticket with the exception Hutchison is elected by a Small margin. The vote is running so close with so Many unexpected changes that almost the entire vote we ill have to be known before definite results can be ascertained. T returns from every legislative District How that the next legislature will stand Senate republicans 28 democrats 22. House republicans 52 democrats 47 doubtful 1. A Dubuque dispatch says there is not a county with one to exceptions but that shows a democratic gain. In the counties so far heard from there is an average gain 875 to each county. Dubuque county in full gives 4,295 majority for Boise and every Man the democratic local ticket is elected. New York. Albany n. Y., nov. 7.�?the corrected returns make the democratic plurality the head the state ticket 21,-000. This is an increase 1.000 the vote two years ago when the same offices were voted for. The Senate stands republicans. 19 democrats 13�? a cum a i. A loss 1 to the republicans. The Assembly is 69 republicans and 59 democrats a Republican loss 10. The republicans lost in fourteen districts and gained in four. The election Amos Cummings dem to succeed the late a a Sunset Cox in the ninth congressional District and Serreno a. Payne rep in the Twenty seventh District leaves the representation from this state unchanged politically. Quot Massachusetts. To Sigut 2$. 7.�?returns the election have Meen received from All the cities the Srote except one and these give Brackett rep for governor a plurality 5,979. Last year the vote stood 180,849 for areas rep152,780 for Russell dem. And 9,374 for Earle Ames receiving Russell 28,069 Jority Over All the Cronin murder. Proceedings at the trial the five indicted men. Witnesses give their testimony for the prosecution a the inside methods Camp 20 revealed getting at the Bottom facts. Q. A. Brackett. Labo governor a plurality Over and a Clear Ma-18,695. Blackmar the prohibitionist candidate received 1,300 votes the largest number Ever Given that party. The executive Council will stand As at present�?7 republicans and 1 democrats and the latest political make up the legislature according to returns is As follows sen ate. 29 republicans and 11 democrats against 32 republicans and 8 democrats this year House 162 republicans and 78 democrats against 180 republicans and 60 democrats this year. A Bette a plurality Over 10.000. Jersey City n. J., nov. 7.�?later re turns from various portions new \ Jersey indicate in j creased democratic 53 to gains. Leon Abbett s plurality for governor is now believed to exceed 10,000. The political complexion the state Senate is still in doubt and hinges upon Atlantic county Leon Abbett. Which both parties claim. The Assembly will consist 38 democrats and 22 republicans. Kabul to in Nebraska. Omaha neb., nov. 7.�?returns from this state Are still incomplete but there is no doubt whatever that the republicans have elected Laws to Congress in the second District by from 2,000 to 3,000 majority and that the Republican candidates for supreme judge and the regents the University have from 20,000 to 25,000 majority. Virginia. Richmond va., nov. 7.�?out 100 counties in this state seventy nine have been heard from. Out fourteen cities returns have been received front nine. Every City and county shows a gain for Mckinney Over the vote 1888. Thus Faith e democrats have elected 70 members to the House delegates and 29 to a a a m Kraney the Senate. The composition the last legislature Wras House 63 democrats 37 republicans Senate 26 democrats 14 republicans. The latest estimate the vote the state gives Mckinney 30,000 majority. The republicans have elected 24 members the House delegates with five counties to be heard from and 11 members the Senate w Ith two districts to hear from. Republican gains in Maryland. Baltimore md., nov. 7.�?fairly Complete returns from the counties show that the republicans have made Large gains in Maryland and their representatives in the next legislature will be largely increased. The last House delegates consisted 71 democrats and 20 republicans. The next House we ill be made �59 democrats 31 republicans and 1 doubtful. In the Senate the republicans have Al increased their representation from 4 to 8. Pennsylvania. Harrisburg pa., nov. 7.�?the Only state officer voted for in Pennsylvania was state treasurer. The candidates were Henry k. Boyer rep. Edmund a. Bigler dem and j. R. Johnston pro. A Light vote was cast. Returns received from fifty seven the sixty seven counties in the state including Philadelphia and Allegheny counties show a plurality for Boyer for state treasurer 62,115 Over Bigler. Boyer s plurality in the state will be about 60,000. Mississippi. Jackson miss., nov. 7.�?the elections in this state were for governor and other state officers members the legislature and county officials. There was no opposition to the democratic state ticket headed by j. M. Stone. Under these circumstances the vote was Light. Tracing at sea. The steamship teutonic again defeat her rival the City new York. New York nov. 7.�?for the second time the new White Star line steamship teutonic has beaten her rival the City new York. Both came up the Bay wednesday night together after an exciting race from Queenstown. They were sighted at 3 30 p. M. Off fire Island. The City new York left Queen Stow n at 2 05 last thursday and the teutonic Twenty five minutes later. The estimated time the City new York is 6 Days 7 hours and 10 minutes and that the w Hite Star Steamer 6 Days 6 hours and 52 minutes. The Lewis Howard War. The Kentucky judge defend he action in fighting the outlaw. Harlan court House ky., nov. 7.�? judge Lewis has addressed a letter to a Louisville paper in which he gives the history the late warfare Between the partisans Wilson Howard and those the Law and order party led by judge Lewis. He claims that he was merely fulfilling his duty As an officer the Law in making War upon Howard and his gang. Judge Lewis says he will guarantee Protection to the Howard party if they will surrender themselves to the authorities for trial. Buried in a Sand Bank. Terrible Fate two Small children at Haverhill maa. Haverhill mass., nov. 7.�?jeremiah and Mary e., aged respectively 3 and 5 years children Jeremiah Shaw residing in shawls Lane were found dead buried in a Sand Bank near their Home. The children who had been in the habit playing near the Sand Bank were missed tuesday Forenoon and search began then and continued until the bodies were discovered in the Sand. The Bank was a High one and i As been rendered danger Ous by excavations. The seventh Day. Interesting testimony 1>v several witnesses for the state. Chicago. Nov. 1.�?in the Cronin trial yester Day George Reilly a bar keeper testified that in March 1889. About a week before the Spring election he overheard Dan Coughlin say that a North Side Catholic was talking too much and would get the worst it. The remark was not made secretly. James Quinn corroborated Reilly. W. P. Hatfield Salesman for a. H. Revell amp co., described the Purchase february 18 a trunk and various articles furniture from him by a Man giving his name As j. B. Simonds and afterwards identified the goods taken from the Carlson cottage and the bloody trunk found Evanston Avenue after the murder . Cronin As the ones a Simonds Quot had bought. The trunk was brought into court. It was a medium sized packing trunk and partially filled with Cotton batting and blood stains were plainly seen in the Bottom. After an examination the trunk by the witness he said it was identical with the one he sold to Simonds. John w. Sampson better known As a major testified that accompanied by a Young Man named William Lynn he went to see Dan Coughlin about two years ago. The witness went at the request John c. Garrity. When he met Coughlin the latter offered to him Well if he would Lay for Cronin some night and give him a Good beating. The witness said he did not feel disposed to carry out Coughlin s wishes and never met the detective after that. Cross examination Sampson admitted that he was a Gambler a passer counterfeit Money a robber and experienced in most every form crime except murder Tatjie had been arrested Many times and spent More less time in jails. A a. William Lynn a Sampson a was called. His testimony consisted the corroboration the meeting Between Sampson and Coughlin at which Coughlin requested Sampson to a slug Quot . Cronin. Edward g. Throckmorton who. As the representative Knight amp Marshall rented the rooms at 117 South Cly Fyk Street to j. B. Simonds told How Simonds called at his office february 18 and said he wanted the rooms for a brother who was coming from the East to have his eyes treated. Witness gave a personal description Simonds which corresponded with that Given by other witnesses. Court adjourned to Friday at 10 a. M. Eighth Day. Baker who arrived Home yesterday professes j to think that his trip to Winnipeg was not j fruitless but men who have been prominently connected with the Case since the outset and even his Superior Longenecker think he has accomplished practically nothing. . I Longenecker said last night when court adjourned. That he did not think Baker had a fact that he himself did not have filed away in his Safe before the trip was made. In Short Baker s trip to Winnipeg was a failure. The testimony Gillete and Hefner is generally discredited. The Etever the Day. No witnesses examined account it being election Day. Chicago nov. 6.�?no testimony was taken in the Cronin ease yesterday. Judge Mcconnell was willing to go and the defense agreed to waive the question the legality taking evidence election Day but . Hynes the prosecution suggested that new counsel might be employed for the prisoners who would not stand by the compact. A question doubt being raised the court took a recess until wednesday morning. Rescued by Stanley. The intrepid explorer saves Emin Bey from the hands the a hoists. London nov. 5.�?mr. Mckinnon the head the Emin Relief committee has received a dispatch from la cry m. J Stanley. The explorer says a i reached the Albert Nyanza from banal a for the third time in 140 Days and found out that Emin and Jephson had both been prisoners since the 18th August 1888, being the j Day after i Mado the discovery that j Bart Tellott a caravan had been wrecked. The a troops in the equatorial province had revolted and shaken All allegiance. Shortly after the a hoists invaded the provinces in full Force. After the first Battle in May the stations yielded and a panic struck the natives who joined the invaders and assisted in the work destruction. The invaders subsequently suffered reverses and dispatched a Steamer to Khartoum for reinforcements. A i found a letter waiting for me near the Albert Nyanza exposing the dangerous position the survivors and urging the immediate necessity my arrival before the end december As otherwise it would be too late. I arrived there the 18th january for the third time. From the 14th february to the 8th May i waited for the fugitives and then left the Albert Nyanza homeward bound. By the route taken i traversed the sem Liki Valley the Agwamba. The Uson Gora the Toro the uha Iyana the in Yamoaka. The an Nori the Karawa the Uba Iya the Zinza the South Victoria and the Nyanza. No a hostile natives were . Mckinnon says the committee has Given orders that supplies for Stanley be hurried to Mph Apia and beyond there if possible. Stanley is expected to reach the coast in january february. Burke identified As the Man who rented the Carlion cottage. Chicago nov. 2.�?in the Cronin trial yesterday mrs. Annie Carlson the daughter in Law the owner the cottage where . Cronin was murdered detailed the renting the cottage by a Frank Williams a and then pointed out Martin Burke As the Man who had passed under that name. Jonas Carlson owner the cottage and the next witness told burkes calling him and their looking Over the cottage the terms the lease and the new tenant giving his name As Frank Williams. Witness said that he knew Sullivan and that March 20, after he had rented the cottage he heard Williams say to Sullivan that the cottage had been rented. He never saw w Illiams again until May 4 about 5 in the Ber Noou. Williams was then coming out the front door the cottage. The witness saw Williams again about seven clock that even ing going into the cottage and afterwards heard two men in the cottage talking very earnestly together but he could not hear what they said. april 17 18 the witness asked Sullivan if he knew the men who had rented his cottage. He said no at first but afterwards said he knew one them and asked if the rent was due. Witness told him it would be due the 20th. Sullivan said a Well i will it witness then described How he broke into the cottage found the floor painted yellow except in two three spots and saw foot prints in the paint and stains the Walls. The chairs were lying their sides one them being broken As if a struggle had taken place. There was also a Bedstead and mattress two blankets and two pillows without cases a dressing Case one Wash bowl and Pitcher a Broom and a lamp. The witness was then asked to look around the court room and see if be could find the Man who rented the cottage. . Carlson walked toward the Row prison ers and looked at Beggs Coughlin and Sullivan without a change in his countenance. Next to Sullivan sat Burke who watched the aged witness with no More apparent interest than he would have done had Carlson been a stranger. The next moment their eyes met. Burke Only smiled. Over Carlson s face there swept a mingled expression recognition and contempt and without saying a word he jerked his hand toward Burke and walked Back to his chair. The identification was Complete. John c. Garrity was next called to corroborate the testimony Quot major Quot Sampson gave to the effect that he had been sent to Coughlin by witness and asked by Coughlin to a slug . Cronin Garrity swore that Coughlin two years ago asked him if he thought Sampson would do a Job for him. Witness asked what the Job consisted and was told by Coughlin that he wanted a Man slugged in the neck with a club Bat. Witness saw Sampson and sent him to Coughlin. No nth Day. Three new witnesses identify it Nike As a a Frank Chicago nov. 4.�?at saturday s session the Cronin trial Charles Carlson was the first witness the stand. His testimony a nearly corroborative the narrative his wife and his father As far As the hiring the cottage was concerned. He saw Williams again when the furniture was moved in. With him was mar Tinsen the express Man and another Man Shorter than Williams slender in build and dark complexioned. When Williams came to another months rent april 20, witness saw him. The next time he saw him was in the jail at Winnipeg. When asked if he saw Frank Williams in the court room the witness pointed out Martin Burke. The next witness was mrs. Johanna Arlson and once More Burke was identified quickly and emphatically. Then Hal Kan Martinsen the express Man who hauled the furniture from 117 South Clark Street to a a murderers cottage Quot took the witness chair and he too. Identified Burke As the one who hired him. Martinsen said the furniture consisted a bed some chairs and a trunk. The trunk was again brought into the court room and Martinsen said it looked very much like the one he hauled. When asked if he saw the Man in the courtroom who paid him to move the furniture wit Ness pointed at Burke As the Man. A wholesale hanging. Nine murderers sentenced to be executed at fort Smith january 16. Fort Smith Ark. Nov. 3.�?judge Parker Tho United states court has passed sentence death upon Sam Gans Jim Buris Harris Austin John Billy. Thomas Willis m. James Jefferson Jones George Tobler and Charley Bullard the execution to take Placo thursday january 16, l s90. This is the largest number by three Ever hanged Here the same Day. Goins and Quot Jim Burris choctaws killed Houston Joyce in the Choctaw nation in november 1888. Harris Austin Chickasaw slew a White Man at Tishomingo in 1884. John Billy Thomas Willis and James choctaws murdered Matison a Illiams in the Choctaw nation in april. 1889. Jefferson Jones Choctaw killed Henry Wilson in the Choctaw nation March 13, 1889. George Tobler negro slew another negro at a dance in the Choctaw nation. Charley Bullard negro murdered Walker Dean near Gibson station Cherokee nation in March last a husbands rage. A Youngstown it it it Man fatally beat i Gray haired father in Law who had brought Dishonour his Home. Youngstown o., nov. 3.�?Friday night Charles Edmunds upon entering his residence discovered his wife and her father John Mccreery a White j haired Man 62 years age in a com promising position. The couple attempt red to escape when Edmunds seized his j father in Law and. After beating him terribly threw him Down the stairs his head coming in Contact with a door and the Force the blow breaking his Skull. After chastising his wife Edmunds left his dishonoured House and sent an attorney there who found the old Man dying and had him conveyed to the Hospital. Mrs. Edmunds said she bad consented to the crime As her father had been drinking. She is 24 years old and has four children. Hei father came Here ten Days ago from col Orado. _ Grants body. The remains the general almost sure to be removed from Riverside Park either West Point Arlington cemetery will Bdl Hosen As their last Kest ing a lace. Philadelphia nov. 3.�?mr. George w. Childs said Friday that the body general Grant will very probably be removed from its present resting place in new York to West Point Arlington cemetery. . Childs said a several years before general Grant s death he a Aid that his military Superior. Win held Scott was buried at West Point and he would like to lie there he also expressed a wish that his wife might be buried at Bis Side. At the time general Grant s Aleath new York came quickly Forward with its offer to provide a resting place. Now. However influential grand army men have asked that the body be removed to Arlington and special arrangements have been made to allow mrs. Grant being buried at the same place. United states army officers seem to prefer West Point. Within a few weeks i expect to see mrs. Grant and she will course be the first to act. The tenth figures for Farmers. A synopsis a he a a Ort Secretary Rusk the department agriculture a prediction that Pleura in Sumonia will soon be thoroughly eradicated he urges the passage National beef inspection Law. Washington nov. 4.�?the annual re porn okie Secretary agriculture the first issued under the newly constructed department will be made Public to Day. Following is a synopsis it Calls attention to the fact that the a efforts toward a reorganization the do a ment were hampered because the approx tons for the current fiscal year were made entirely upon the basis the old organization no account being taken the ensure change in the statue the department the Secretary insists upon the necessity for Ade quate appropriations to enable him what he believes to be the obligations the1 department to the country. In this connect draws a comparison with the a Propri made for agriculture by those countries which the report says a Are the most Active a tors american Farmers in the worlds Imar great Britain appropriates for a Cuit ure ,50u,u00 Germany $2,850,000 Brazil $20,-000,000 for agriculture and mines France a 000,000, and Austria More than $4,000,000. The Secretary expresses gratification at the Success with which he has been enabled to be the results the departments work before the people by utilizing the press the country and referring to the press reports says a while approximate it is in danger becoming discredited by the popular acceptance its results As exact in precision and absolute in authority. It should be remembered that they Are not the conclusions a thorough census though they May be far better than the work a poor census that they Are the consolidations local estimates agricultural experts and Are intended As a foil to the interested biased and untruthful statements that speculators Issue to mislead their the rapid development agriculture in the Rocky Mountain districts the Secretary says a the results will Surprise the Eastern states with new views the wealth and Progress the great american desert the recent the Secretary in this connection suggests the appointment a state statist Ciau in every state and a comprehensive plan agricultural surveys the states and territories. The condition the sugar Industry is reviewed in detail and the results declared to be 8l a mixed character in some cases yielding Well and in other cases proving disappointing. The Region where the sorghum sugar Industry May be attended with Success has been localized in the Southern part Central Kansas West and South Wichita and in parts the Indian territory resembling it in soil and climate. There Are perhaps other parts Tho United states where similar Success could be secured but these have not been pointed out. The report urges the Siuty the government to assume a More definite supervision such Forest areas As arc still owned by it and so occupy a position importance in the regulation Waterflow and other climatic conditions and emphasizes the importance the relations which the forests Bear to the problem irrigation in the arid lands their immense Annutto product. A the subject agricultural organizations is dwelt upon earnestly their astonishing growth during the last few years being cited Asas Tiong evidence the growth the spirit self help among the Farmers. The Farmers institutes Are referred to particularly As one the greatest movements in the history agriculture and As the strongest lever for raising and upholding the work Superior agricultural education represented by our system agricultural colleges and Experiment stations. The Secretary recommends without going into details that the department should be empowered to afford Aid and encouragement to this work. In regard to pleuropneumonia the situation is regarded As most encouraging. Thanks to the vigilance and vigorous measures which have been exercised this disease is now effectually under control and restricted to Kings and Queens counties in new York state to new Jersey and a limited Section in each the states Pennsylvania and Maryland. A careful review the Field together with the arrangements made for the supervision the limited districts still infected justify in the Secretary a opinion a the most sanguine Hopes Quot in regard to the proximate Complete eradication the disease. The language used by the Secretary in urging the adoption a National meat inspection Law is pointed and rigorous. The necessity for inspection at tie time slam ii Ter is first to enable the authorities to promptly locate any cattle disease centers and secondly to avoid the anomaly learn a the inspection our meat products to the officers other countries thus giving foreign governments some show reason for the claim that they have better opportunities for learning diseases among american cattle than Are enjoyed by our own government. Authority and Means Are also desired to enable the department to exercise a close supervision the economic Side the cattle markets the characteristics Stock commanding the highest Price variations As to age. Weight and Quality and All facts bearing upon the cattle Industry which will enable the Bureau to Supply to such information As it is impossible for them to obtain for themselves. The sheep and Wool Industry secures special attention in the report. The reduction the Tariff in 1883 is earnestly deplored. To it is attributed the great reduction in the number sheep,.which has since then fallen off by about 7 000 000 Heath while the importation Wool has increased frn 78,350,651 pounds in 1884 to 126,-487,729 pounds the last year. In conclusion the report submits figures showing the importance agriculture we hich produces an annual yield nearly $4,000,000,000, employing the 5,000,000 farms 10.u00.ux persons representing a population 30.000,000 people while the value live Stock alone is estimated at $2,507,000.000. Day. District officer Spellman the Trifie a the Cronin so Ivan contract. Chicago nov. 5.-Edward Spellmam Peoria District officer the clan a Gael was the principal witness yesterday in the Cronin Case but his testimony was a disappointment to the state As he re fused to endorse statements he made before the grand jury relative to Dan Coughlin s Story about . Cronin a death. The wit Ness admitted that in his testimony before the grand jury in the Case he testified that Coughlin said in his presence that Cronin ought to be killed. After going Home and thinking the matter Over and consulting with others who were present during the conversation he became convinced that he had made a mistake and that such a remark had not been made by Coughlin. Witness also said that Beggs never preferred charges to him against . Cronin. Following the examination Spellman Justice Mahoney took the stand. He is the Man who introduced iceman Sullivan tour. Cronin at the former s request and who was present when the famous contract was math. He said the contract was completed at the doctor s office in the opera House Block when the terms had been agreed upon Sullivan handed . Cronin som his cants saying that in Case he Sullivan was out the City when the doctor was wanted a card would be sent h the Cross examination . Mahoney said that Sullivan had made no Effort to conceal the fact his contract with . Cronin. At the afternoon session mrs. Addie j. Farrar said that she had taken ice from p. Sullivan for nine years. In May last Sullivan called at her House and she spoke the finding . Cronin s body. Sullivan said in that conver nation that a they say Cronin was a spy and if that was so he got his just Deaerts. 1 Hose Winnipeg stories. Chicago nov. 5.�?assistant state a attorney a Battle with indians. Several shots exchanged near Crittenden a. Griffin missing. Tucson a. T., nov. 5.�?news has j been received a fight Between a de. Pachment troops from port Hua Chaca under sergeant pickets and indians ten Miles from Crittenden at 4 clock a monday morning. A number shots we Ere exchanged. None the soldiers were hit Corporal Griffin is missing. Signal fires Are seen in the Hetstone mountains to the South and the Salt River Pinal mountains to the Northwest. From this it would seem that there Are More indians out than the fugitives who murdered sheriff Reynolds and guard saturday As the distance necessary to reach Crittenden w Ould necessitate travelling 150 Miles in twelve hours. Trying to free the younger. St. Pajtl minn., nov. 5.�?efforts Are being made under the new state Law to have Cole and Jim younger the noted bandits paroled and released in 1893, which time they will have served Tho requisite Twenty one years required by this Law allowance being Maue for the Good conduct clause. A a failure a jeweler. Kansas City mo., nov. 5.�?att#h-Menta aggregating $35,000 have been three lives lost. A Schooner caught in a Gale off Cape Halter ask the Captain and Ilia wife swept overboard and lost the Steward killed by a falling Boom. Charleston s. C., nov. 4.�?the Schooner Flora Rogers which rescued the mate and four the Crew the water logged Schooner Jennie Ilo Salin from Savannah for Providence october 25, was off Charleston Harbor sunday morning and the rescued mariners were brought Here in a tug. They report that the Gale caught them october 25, North Cape a Hatteras. They were driven to the Gulf Stream and main and Mizzen masts we Ere carried away. Captain bar Low and wife were swept overboard and drowned in each others arms. The mate and three the Crew were washed Over the Side but caught ropes and saved themselves. The coloured Steward was crushed to death by the main room wreck a Santa be train in Texa a five the victims fatally injured. Brownwood tex., nov. 4. A the South bound Santa be passenger train consisting five coaches and two baggage cars was wrecked by a broken rail sunday morning South Brown Wood. The two rear cars were thrown from the track and rolled Down a fifteen foot embankment Landing Bottom up. They were full passengers who we Ere piled together with the Beairs lying top them. They screamed for help and the windows had to be broken open to get them out. Eighteen passengers were injured five them fatally. _______4��? held under heavy Bond i Chicago nov. 4.�?the Cook county grand jury returned seven indictments for murder saturday against Engineer twombly and conductor Buford the Rock Island railway account the j Accident at South Englewood last month. Bail was fixed at $25,000 each indictment. Levied the Stock Joseph Schwartz a jeweler. Schwartz s liabilities Are place t at Between $75,000 and $100,000, with available assets Only $15,000. Custodian the Grant Cotta. Syracuse n. Nov. 4.�?comrade b. P. Clark Utica was saturday installed As custodian the Grant cottage at mount Mcgregor. There were no formal ceremonies

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