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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 30, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. 2c2lxxx. South , Lxix a to Gembeh 30, 1889 Xesto 28. Tefet american Bank note company prints Twenty thousand million postage a tamps year. It is estimated that there Are six thousan4 conversions to christianity per Day now going . Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. Tire Register the Treasury in his annual report the 21at shows that Hoy. Hannibal has survived during the year 21,500 Bonds amounting All hit two his fellow members the Maine i Gisla Tui Oft i the newspapers Italy Are raising subscriptions to erect a Monument to Columbus american soil. Germany is importing live hogs from the United states and the new Enterprise is said to be profitable All around. Hard upon the revolution in Brazil came the intelligence a movement in Australia for an Independent federation and now comes a Rumor uneasiness in Spain and Portugal. The United mates Cruiser thetis which has just returned to Sitka after an extraordinary cruise is the first steam vessel that Ever went to Tho Mouth the Mackenzie River in the Arctic Ocean. During 1883 slightly Over a Hundred million dollars Worth Gold has been dug from the Earth the four continents the largest Quantity came from Australia California and South Africa. Africa is looking up. Miss Addie Hamilton just appointed a notary Public in Washington by the president it is said is the second her sex Ever appointed to a similar position in Washington the other a by being miss Emma Gillotti. To is 03.824,350, were issued and 85,149 Bonds representing $231,811,450, were cancelled. The total amount Bonds outstanding Ivas $762,428,812, which amount Only $10,362,850, 1.30 per cent were held abroad. The Treasury department refused the 21st the request e. Ward Ford president the Pittsburgh plate Glass company that that concern be allowed to import fifty skilled labourers. Cod Oxel w. W. Dudley and tames w. A Anner both sex commissioners pensions the 21st formed a co part nerf zip in Washington in the pensions and claims business. There were 277 business failures in the United states during the seven Days ended the 22d, against 267 the previous week. For the corresponding week in 1888 the number Wras 296. Tho total failures in the United states from january 1 to Date is 10,107, against 8,902 in 188. The exports from the 1 United states for the year ended october 1889, were $798,468,752, against $678,428.844 in 1888 and imports $7os?413,777, against one the oldest met it i in the Public service at Washington is . Lovren a the Post office department. He has sworn into office All the postmasters Oen Cral and their subordinates since Jackson a admin it a ration. A Fossil Forest has been discovered near Tranent in Scotland. Forty fifty Fossil tree trunks have been already Laid Bare and the full dimensions the Forest Are As yet unknown. One the trunks is about three feet in diameter and they Are for the most part Freestone. Samuel White a life convict Columbus 0., was pardoned in May 1871, condition that he would abstain from Strong drink for the remainder his life. He kept the pledge for eighteen years but the other Day. On the occasion his daughters wedding be went off a prolonged spree and is now Back in prison Agair for the rest his life. The growth the organization known As the Christian Endeavor society is phenomenal. Three 3-ears afro last july there were 1.400 members in new York state and about 50.000 in the world a year ago there were in All 310,-o00 members whom 58,000 lived in a new York to Day there an 500,000 Christian Endeavor ers and new York headache list w Ith 80,000 names three fourths whom Are Church members. $722. 979,245 in 1888. At the leading clo Ahng houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 23d aggregated. $1,229,605,269, against $1,210.688.404 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1888 the increase amounted to 16.6. The annual report the 23d i first assistant Post m As Ter Geme ral j. S. Clarkson showed that 2,770 fourth class Post offices were established during the last fiscal year and 1.147 Post offices were discontinued making the total number Post offices july 1. 1889, 58,-599, which number 2,683 were presidential offices. The number pieces mail matter handled by carriers during they amp a was 3,0"5,605,540. An increase nearly 455,000,000 pieces. The amount received for local postage was Over $9.500,000. An increase for Theja ear nearly $2 000,000. Me. Lacey the comptroller the currency showed in his report the 25th that there were in existence 3,319 National Banks the largest number since the inauguration the system. The aggregate capital was $620,114.30.�. The amount circulation outstanding was $203,662.732. Of which $132.383,334 was secured by United states Bonds and the remainder �72.279.396, was represented by the Deposit lawful Money in the Treasury. Within the year forty one Banks went into voluntary liquidation and Only two failed. The opening about three million acres land in Northern Minnesota. On the 23d Robert Bland who attempted to commit an assault miss Annie gee aged sixteen years was taken from the Prince George county a jail by forty men and hanged. At Canton o., James h. Carney an employee the Kinsey Iron works was accidentally shut in an oven the works and w Hen found the 25th he was completely baked. On the 25th the bodies two More victims the flood were found at Johnstown a. Lyman r. Casey Jamestown was elected United Sites senator by the North Drakou legislature the 25th for the Short term. He is a Republican. Scott Hawthorne a House at Dayton o., w As blown to atoms the 25th by an explosion natural Gas and two children were killed and Hawthorne his wife and father were probably fatally injured. On the 25th a Cyclone swept through Beaufort county s. C., causing terrible destruction. At Campbell s Creek several houses were blown Down and Dick Phillips coloured and his five children were killed and several other persons were badly Hurt. Fire the 25th at Edwardsville 111., destroyed Kehlor Brothers Mill elevator and warehouse and other buildings. In Job $300,000. Dispatches the 25th say that the two bandits who recently robbed the express car a train in the Choctaw nation ind. T., secured Between $40,0oc and $50.000. What was alleged to be a fraud involving $900,000 was said to have been developed in the Fredericksen land company the 25th at Chicago hundreds persons both Rich Andux it be ing the victims. In the Cronin murder trial in Chicago the defendants after introducing Twe three witnesses the 25th to strengthen their alibis for Kunze and Sullivan closed their Side Tho Case and the state let Egan at once to offer its re butyl testimony. It was said the 25th that Abram ii Lichty. Administrator for several Large estates at mount Carroll. 111., and guardian for a number heirs was defaulter for from $20.000 to $50,000. Over one thousand hogs died cholera near Seymour ind., in the two weeks ended the 25th, and Many More were affected. At Salt Lake City arguments in the matter admitting mormons to citizen ship were finished the 25th. And the court reserved its decision. Foreign intelligence. Tiff. Provisional government Brazil issued a decree the 21st establish ing Universal suffrage throughout the Republic. The Republican Flag is the the Cronin trial testimony Given by witnesses in the murder Case. Effort the lawyer for the defense to secure alibis Friend the prisoners testify proceedings the murder trial. Twenty third attempt Day. For Dinant a body blows. Pendleton dead. To prove an Alibi old White horse. Chicago. Nov. 22 a at yesterday s session the Cronin trial Louis Budenbender jr., Hoboken. N. J., said that last Spring he was living in Chicago until May 22, when he went East. While in Chicago . Cronin had been frequently pointed out to him and by sight he knew him Well. On May 4, about 7 clock in the evening he stood in the doorway Cigar store just opposite . Cronin a residence and saw the doctor accompanied by a Man come hastily from his door and get into a buggy. The Man with him a hitched the horse and while doing so some one came up and talked with the doctor who just before driving away took something out his pocket and gave it to the one with whom he was talking. The witness described the horse As a speckled Gray with dark legs. He was looking at the horse and buggy for ten fifteen minus a he said he saw Dinan s horse in the dime museum and it was not the one that took the doctor away. Marshall d. Ewell a professor microscopy testified that so Lar As he knew there was no method known to science by which it is possible to distinguish the difference Between the blood and hair a horse dog and the blood and hair a human being. Sex county physician Moyer and . Leslie Curtis corroborated the opinion. Woodruff has made another confession. His last Story is that he told his first yarn under instruction from Dan Coughlin. The Story he told when first arrested was that the body a woman in a trunk was put into a Wagon driven the state gets in several the Cronin suspect alibis the rebuttal Evide be All in. Chicago nov. 27.�?Bailey Dawson and colonel a. Babcock were called As witnesses in the Cronin Case at yesterday s session. Their Mission was the demolition the Alibi for John f. Beggs sworn to by Constable Gleason to the effect that the evening May 4 he Beggs and Gleason were at the Pacific hotel and that Beggs was introduced to Bailey Dawson at the time by Gleason. Witness Dawson swore that he remembered being introduced to Beggs but it was May 11, not May 4. On the latter Date the witness was an inmate the emergency Hospital and did not leave that Placo until May 7. Cut Lionel Babcock corroborated . Dawson. He said that he knew Beggs was not introduced to Dawson May 4, because Thal Dav be the witness and his Friend sen Ator Tom Merritt called Pawson at the emergency Hospital. Saloon keeper Nieman followed colonel Babcock and took a clip at Sullivan s Alibi by swearing that the iceman and Hyland were not in his Saloon May Quot 5, As the Hylands had sworn. The witness had been recently introduced to the tall Hyland and he was positive that that Hyland was not in Bis Saloon last May. S Mon Olsen a livery Man was called to demolish the Alibi set up for Burke by Saloon keeper Danahy William Coughlin and John Malley to the effect that Burke spent almost the whole by him in the rear a Houston state Street. A the evening May 4 at Danahy s Sanian named a Doc Quot by those with him said Quot i Loon. Olsen swore that the evening did t think poor Alice would go this the j May 4 at r 80 he sent his Driver Fred i Cesslee terms. In the National democratic con Story was told so says Woodruff As a Swanson with a Carriage to William mention Chicago when general George to remove . 1 1 n the sex minister to Germany breathed his last at Brussels sunday night sketch his life. Brussels nov. 26.�?Hon. George h. Pendleton late United states minister at Berlin died in this City sunday night. Or. Pendleton succumbed to a stroke apoplexy. Iii death occurred in the hotel Bellevue where he had been sick for six weeks. His two daughters were present when he died. The funeral services will be held in the protestant Church wednesday next. The body will remain in the Church for several Days and will be taken thence to America. Washington nov. 26.�?the department state has been advised the death sex minister Pendleton at Brussels sunday night and Secretary Blaine has sent a Telegram condolence to his family. George Hunt Pendleton came illustrious Stock. His Grandfather major Nathaniel pen die ton. A lawyer and Hamilton s second in his famous Duel with a. Burr died at Hyde Park in 1h21. George h. Pendleton s father came to Ohio in 1818, and was Cincinnati s first City attorney. He served one term in Congress. George a. The son was born in Cincinnati july 19, 1835. He was educated in the school M. Mitch George h. Pendleton Ell the astronomer who As general in the made a famous record. Young Pendleton made a grand tour Europe travelling foot through Germany. Italy and Greece. He studied at Heidelberg and Paris. Returning Home he studied Law and became a partner George e Pugh afterwards United states senator Defeated for Congress in 1k>4. Pendleton was returned in 1836. And was elected for four sue was Tom so part the conspiracy a. Cronin. The impression was to go out that the Oughlin s a 00 doctor had killed a woman by criminal practice and for that he had fled the country. The doctors pretended appearance in Canada was a part the plan and next some one was to see him in Europe. The finding the doctor s body frustrated the further carrying out the plot. Twenty fourth Day. Of three members the Sophomore class Yale College were about to to expelled recently for hazing freshmen when the class came to their assistance in a body and promised that if the sentence was not executed they would refrain from hazing for the present. On these conditions the faculty agreed to suspend punishment until the next offence. The Strain the students in the meantime however is something the government has Given instructions that persons living in Windsor can., and pursuing their daily occupation in Detroit must either give up their Canadian residence and come to live in the United states v fined $1.000 each under the alien contract Law. This will probably increase the population this country about Twenty five Hundred by compelling the canucks to earn their bread in the Queens territory furnish so much More we Oik for americans. Titled foreigners May carry off our heiresses by the score and Star that they love them for themselves but the Rochester n. A Post express believes that in nine cases out ten their love is founded upon the it certainly is a significant fact that titled foreigners rarely fall in love with american girls however Beautiful Good and accomplished unless they have and in nine cases out ten too Tho foreign husband is a mighty poor Exchange for the Broadway says a new York Star Man i met general Abner Doubleday. The Veteran was trudging along with the throng carrying his seventy Odd years w Ith ease. He is stopping at the grand hotel where so Many officers dwell when in new York. The queer military hat which the old general used to Wear in w a times is still his head rather one just like it is. General Doubleday is one the three surviving officers the bombardment fort Sumter and he is very proud the fact. 1 think he was next in rank to major Anderson. Thomas a. Edison has made a contract with the mexican government to furnish the Post offices the Republic with phonographs to be used for Tho transmission messages. In place writing a letter a mexican hereafter can say what he wants to say to a phone Mph. And the Wax impression his t<5ftejfill be forwarded to the Post Foo nearest the residence the person for whom Thelno amp Sage is intended. The i latter will be not Fiedot its arrival the message will be ground out. To him by the local phonograph. It is believed that the phonograph w ill be extensively used in corresponds Nee. The East. Large sales so called Jamaica Ginger in York county. Mej aroused the suspicions the prohibitionists and the discovery was made the 21st that the stuff contained a Large amount alcohol. Sellers the compound would be prosecuted. On the 21st John r. Williams thirty three years old Marblehead. Mass. Was taken ill with hydrophobia and died after suffering terrible agony. James Smith a letter Carrier in new York driven desperate by his wife a desertion. Shot his two Little children fatally the 22d and then shot himself but he was not seriously Hurt. On the 22d Alexander c. Lanier new York married mrs. Stella seening his old sweetheart in Indianapolis ind., after waiting forty years until Sho was free to wed him. On the �?~22d Thomas Morgan Patrick Mcdermott Katerba and Ella Mcnamara committed suicide for various causes in new \ Ork City. The Schooner a b. Church which left Baltimore october 19 for Boston was the 22d Given up for lost. Captain j. Gallagher was accompanied by his wife and child. In Fulton Street new York Stephen Pettus a prominent business Man was shot and killed the 22d by Hannah Southw Orth a woman about thirty years acre. She claimed Pettus Nad w ranged her. On the 22d a Skiff in three unknown men capsized in the Ohio River near the Point Bridge at Pittsburgh and the men were drowned. A fire the 22d in Fairbanks amp co s general store and Stock at St. Johnsbury Al caused a loss $100,-000. On the 22d Walter f. Prey a half idiot killed the three year old son Philip Fisher at Weymouth mass., by burying him alive in a Yard. Charles h. Turner a tammany Ite was nominated for Congress the 22d in the sixth new York District William Boon and Frank Burger were killed the 22d by a premature explosion a blast in a Stone Quarry near Catasauqua a. S11 artless bros., dry goods dealers in Philadelphia lost $185,000 the 23d by the burning a storehouse. Flames the 24th in Tho wholesale grocery House Janusey amp Andrews at Philadelphia caused a loss $250,000. One fireman was killed. On the 23d Sanger amp Wells new York Coffee dealers failed for $300,000. Of the 25th the main building the Idaho insane Asylum at Blackfoot was burned and five inmates perished in the flames. 1 in Brooklyn. N. Y., the Hecla Iron works we Ere burned the 25th, causing a loss $200,000. Over one thousand men were the a n out employment old National colors with the addition Twenty seven stars representing the different states the new United states Brazil. It is inscribed with the words a order and a number French papers in que Liec have it was said the 21st declared in favor a Canadian Republic. Dispatches the 22d Saj that a revolution had occurred in Costa Rica that a resident Esquivel had been ousted from Power and that he had been succeeded by Carlos Duran. The Canadian parliament will to asked at the next session to enact Laws against poly Ganaj in order to cover offences committed by the morons the Northwest territories. Many thousands barrel s Siori can whisky had the 23d been smuggled into Canada this year which the Dominion government had lost $300.000 in Revenue. Eighty women were placed trial at Grosse Bee Kerck Hungary this 25th for poisoning their husbands. Constantinople advices the 25th say that the steamship India with five Hundred Mohammedan pilgrims Board had been sunk in the vegan sea and that All Board Only the Captain and two passengers survived. At Rome the 25th the italian parliament was opened by King Humbert who made a speech expressing Confidence in the continued peace Europe. The death Hon. George ii. Pendleton Ohio sex minister to Germany occurred at Brussels the night the 24th, at the age fifty four years. The defense about ready to close the end the trial in sight. Chicago nov. 33.�?at"yesterday�?Ts session the Cronin trial mrs. Pauline Hoertel who testified for the prosecution to hearing . Cronin a death cries while passing the Carlson cottage the night May 4, a called by the defense. The defense merely desired her to repeat her statement. Or. Edmund Andrews swore that the wounds described by the doctors who made the postmortem examination . Cronin s body would not necessarily cause death. Sex detective Jake Lowenstein for the purpose showing that an interested motive prompted John Garrity to testify again to Coughlin swore to the existence an enmity Between the two occasioned by Coughlin having frequently when the Force arrested him. As no More witnesses were hand court adjourned until to Day when attorney Donahue promised to have his witnesses present. If he does so the defense will rest by the noon adjournment. Not one the defendants will be put the stand. The rebuttal will commence monday and will not last Over two Days and by thursday next the great batteries oratory will probably be opened. Swy Anson John Malleye a order. To saw it Stop in front the Saloon and ten minutes after it had driven away. The Carriage returned to the stable at 12.30 clock that night Swanson the Driver the Carriage mentioned by the preceding witness swore that a few minutes after stopping at Coughlin s Saloon Malley and a Young Man got into the Carriage and to drove them directly to the West Side not ing danahy�?T8 Saloon neither did they do so which was not until after William Coughlin was not even pass and that the return Midnight with the Twenty fifth Day. The King and been Given the this is not in we6t and South. In the neighbourhood Missoula Mont. A terrific Snow storm raged the 22d. Railroad traffic was blocked and j and four serious wrecks were reported the Northern Pacific. John Hendrickson fatally shot his wife and Bew old Bis own head Wii a Shotgun the 22d at Center Point la Domestic trouble was the cause. At Elkton ky., Joseph a. Smith awaiting trial for the murder town marshal Williams was taken from the the son just born to Queen Portugal has thru Farmers in the victim to Hiawatha crowned Heads in such matters. They usually give the infant a list names a mile two Long. The Young in does two year old brother has eighteen names and the rest the family arc about As w Ell supplied. Perhaps however. The baby was restricted to one name for the reason merely that the Liberal us names heretofore has temporarily exhaust d the Supply. It May be the intention to give him More names As they happen to think Era up. In 1891 the Charters All Canadian Banks expire and the plan upon which they shall be will soon have to b determined. Whether it is better to continue the Oil system take pattern by the newer and simpler method in the l United Haw is she Point to b decided. For kan., were the 23d burning porn fuel finding it cheaper than Coal. At orc i re Hill farm. Kan., the stud learn i. Webster a co. Was destroyed by fire the 24th and four noted stall ions were burned to death. Loss $160, 000. In a fire a n the 23d in the St. Law Pence mint at Butte Mont., nine men lost their lives and a dozen others were injured four probably fatally. On the 23d the Livor stable fria Zell Powers amp Johnson at Vienna Iii was burned and Twenty one horses were cremated. The Chippewa commissioners finished their work the 23d. The signatures every tribe the reservations in Minnesota having been secured. I his secure later. Nothing importance done in saturdays session. Chicago nov. 35.�?As the defense was not ready to proceed when the Cronin cose was called saturday an adjournment was taken until this morning 10 clock. Thomas Lynch will probably be the Only witness called for the defendants at that time. The state will begin its rebuttal immediately upon the conclusion the defense s witnesses. The re Mittal will not take More than two Days perhaps less and then the defense will speedily close the Case with its sub rebuttal. The Testi Mony will probably All he in by thursday. Twenty sixth Day. Party. Tho Cross examination was very lengthy but the witness possessed a Clear memory and his Story remained unshaken. Frederick Ebersold inspector police was then asked As to whether detective Rohan Ever told him in the presence detective Crow about Mertes having heard sounds fighting in fhe Carlson cottage. The inspector said neither the officers had so reported to him verbally otherwise. Following the inspector Mary Bruntz Tho wife a hardware store keeper and his assistant in the store bolstered up the testimony mrs. Hoertel about her being locked out by her husband May 4 by telling Hoertel a having bought a lock her the first part May. On the Cross examination she was asked How she remembered the circumstances. She replied it was because Hoertel said that he wanted the lock to keep his wife out the House. Alfred Kleinicke testified to having seen mrs. Hoertel climb into the window her House because her Nabil to get in through the door. This b. Mcclellan was nominated for the Prest Dency . Pendleton received the second place the ticket. Before the National democratic convention 1868, which ass Emu a at new York he was a prominent candidate for the presidency but after a protracted ballot two thirds Rule prevailing his name was with drawn and that Horatio Seymour substituted. In 1869 Pendleton was the democratic Candi Date for governor Ohio hut was Defeated by general k. B. Ila yes by about 8, majority 1878 . Pendleton was elected United states senator to succeed Hon. Stanley mat thews. Upon the expiration his senatorial term six years he was appointed in 1885 As minister to Berlin which position he held until succeeded by William w. Phelps last Spring. Perhaps . Pendleton s greatest accomplishment As a statesman was the prominent part he took in the advocacy civil service Reform. He was chairman the Senate committee having the matter in hand. As such he introduced in the year 1s80, the Bill that became Law in 1s82. National millions ashes. Report the comptroller the currency the general condition the monetary institution 1 satisfactory Only two failure during the past year. Washington nov. 27.�?the forthcoming report Hon. Or. Lacey comptroller the currency covers the year ended. October 31? 1889, at which time there were in existence 3,319 National Banks possessing an aggregate capital $620,174,365. Iho last reports condition exhibit their resources and liabilities september 30, 1889. The number reporting at that time was 3.290, having a capital $612,584,095 surplus $197,394,-701 undivided profits $84,866.869 Gross deposits including amount due Banks $1.950,935.160 Loans and discounts $1,805,729.739. The amount circulation outstanding was $203,662,732, which $131,383,334 was secured by United states Bonds and the remainder $72,279,392, was represented by Deposit lawful Money in the Treasury. These Banks held $194,972,900 in United states Bonds which $146,-471,700 was to secure circulating notes$164,336,449 specie and $86,752,093 Legal tender notes. Within the year ill Banks were organized having an aggregate capital $21,240,000. These Banks deposited with the treasurer to secure circulations $4,378,550 i United states Bonds upon which were issued $3,812, 975 in circulating notes. W within the year forty one Banks went into voluntary liquidation and Only two failed. A j Katl shoo another big robbery. A train robbed. Ity a fire . Tho 26th at Lynn mass., destroyed 296� buildings causing a loss $7,000,000. Eighty acres containing the handsomest business and residence portions the City were in ruins 164 families were turned into the Street and 8,000 workmen were thrown into idleness. Two lives Only were lost. Mcleod amp Anderson tobacco warehousemen at Louisville ky., failed the 26th for $100,000. A Steamer which left port a Prince november 20 and arrived at new York the 26th reported that five thousand haytian8 had risen in revolt against president clip polite. A fire the 26th at Leechburg. Pa., destroyed Twenty five buildings. Loss $100,000. An express train the Topeka it pc Santa be Road was held up and robbed $30,000 by fifteen masked men the night the 26ih at Berwyne ind. The Steamer Santiago valued at $500,-000, Wras burned off Nantucket mass., the 26th. No lives were lost. A the messes. Kudler the famous Bankers Vienna Austria failed the 26th, with liabilities 2,500,000 florins. A. Gerstel a Peoria 111. Tobacco dealer was the 26th charged with defrauding creditors out $40,000. He had fled. Thomas Davidson a wealthy Farmer aged seventy five years who lived alone at a farm near Areola ind., was found dead in his stable the 26th. He was murdered. The National Silver convention met at so Louis the 26th with 350 delegates present from All parts the country. Advices the 26th say that Hans Jacob Olson Preston wis., a troublesome character was taken from his Home by masked men and lynched because he refused to leave town. Philip Hoffman an aged citizen residing in Ohio Falls ind., was choked to death the 26th a piece Beefsteak he was trying to Mast Cate. A French Milliner new York City was the 26th made to a $1,000 Fine for having imported a French woman to work in her shop. Six horses were cremated in Knorr a a Elsenberger a livery table at St. Louis the 26th. The efforts the prosecution in the Cronin trial in Chicago the 26th were directed toward breaking Down the alibis Begga Burke Aid Sullivan. A number witnesses testified in contradiction statement made by previous witnesses for the defense. The last wine give i evidence the rebuttal commenced. Chicago nov. 26.-in the Cronin trial yesterday William Mertes the Milkman was called by . Forrest and questioned As to the first conversation he had with the detectives relative to the Man he had seen enter the Carlson cottage the night May 4, and to the movements and appearance the one who drove the Man to the cottage. Despite the fire questions Mertes stuck closely to the Story told by him his first examination. W. Fralicx a Painter swore that Kunze under the name John Krogel worked for him from april 20 to june 29. That he attended to his duties May 4, working from 8 a. M. To 5 p. My a and reappearing promptly the following monday and discharging his duties As usual. Several witnesses were called to impeach old Man Carlson a sensational charge that when Burke rented the cottage March 30 he went directly to Sullivan s House and reported his Success to the iceman. Detective Crow swore to having had a conversation with the Milkman Mertes the Day after the postmortem examination . Cro nine a body and that Mertes told him that he did not remember the night he saw the two men drive up to the Carlson cottage one them the one who Mertes the stand swore was Coughlin going into the cottage and the other who he the stand identified As Kunze driving away. The defense then rested. The state was ready with Ita rebuttal and at once called . Curran for the purpose swearing that James Lyman the night the Cronin funeral told witness that the death the physician Hail been ordered by the executive Board and was therefore All right. Lyman when the stand last week swore that he said nothing the kind. Judge Mcconnell ruled that . Curran need not testify. Captain Schaack was then recalled and testified that officer Crow never made a report to him any kind in the Cronin investigation. Alfred Kettner testified that Peter Koch one the witnesses for the defense was not the Man he saw last May Lincoln Avenue with Dan Coughlin. Heavy fall Are. Philadelphia nov. 26.�?isadore ii. Sultzbach the clothing dealer at thirteenth Street and Ridge Avenue has made a general assignment for the Benefit creditors to Simon Bacharach the firm Bacharach amp co. The liabilities Are estimated at $225,000, and the assets comprise the Stock in the Largo store and the ground and building. The store property is mortgaged for $96,000. Was the week ending May 4. He was very sure the incident and Date and the defense proved unable to queer him. An attack the character August Salzman Tho w fitness who for the defense swore that Hoertel did not Purchase the lock until april 8, was then made by the state calling Chris Thies sen Edward King Charles Ramoth Charles Newman a reputable business men lawyers declaring that the character Sal z in an was bad. At the afternoon session Fred Bloch Kirech and Gustav Brunke testified that Salzmann a life had been one general iniquity and they considered his word unworthy belief even under oath. Patrick Dinan was recalled and testified to having had a conversation with Coughlin and Captain Schaack shortly after the murder and that when asked by them to give a description the Driver the w Hite horse he told them to furnish their own description As Coughlin knew the Man Well. Andrew Anderson a livery Man swore that the opening niemants Saloon occurred the night May 5 and that a Large crowd we As present. It was this night the ily lands swore to going there with Sullivan and that no one but the bar tender was there. Policeman Smith told having by direction the state examined the files All the daily papers and that not a word w As said about 1 Oughlin let eing connected we eth the Case before May 25. This was in View Coughlin s Alibi witness testifying to their recollection the occurrences May 4 being freshened because their having seen Coughlin s name in the papers the week following the murder. Edward Bailey editor the Lake View record took the chair to declare that he had never delivered Sullivan a cards to any one and at the conclusion his testimony states attorney Longenecker arose and said a this closes the Case the with the understanding that one two witnesses for the defense would be heard reconvening the court adjourned to Friday morning. The Long recess is due to the illness a la Tell child juror North Taro Bandit in the it Indian territory get away with u Lar a sum Money Rumor say they secured Between �?�45,000 and 50,000-the express messenger say Only 1,817.40 was taken. St. Louis nov. 26.�?the reports sent out about the train robbery at Pryor s Creek in the Choctaw nation the Missouri. Kansas amp Texas sunday night have been greatly exaggerated express messenger Johnson is a most consummate liar. To arrived in this City monday evening and says the spoil obtained by the bandits amounts to $1,_ 817.40. Press reports state the amount to be Between $45,000 and $50,000. Johnson thinks the robbers knew All about the train and were perfectly familiar with the country. As the train slowed up near Pryor s Creek two to ilium sized men wearing masks and fairly bristling with guns jumped the Steps behind Tho tender and covered the Engineer and fireman. Then they searched the Engineer and firemen for weapons. Not finding any be the robbers went Back and uncoupled the express and mail car from the rest Tho train. Then he turned 3ff the air Brake uncoupled the cars returned to the engine and told the Engineer to pull Over the Bridge. About a mile from the tank Tho Engineer was ordered to Stop. Johnson continued a the two robbers came and rapped the door the express car and i began hiding Money in the freight. The robber began shooting Ted said if i did not open the door in a minute he would blow the whole car up with dynamite. Then i opened the Llu a and one the robbers entered. He ordered me to open the Safe which i did. He took All the Money he could find and opened All the packages. He went into my Box and found some Money and when i told him it was mine he refused to take it. The Man outside began to Call out and the robber then completed his search in a hurry finding no Money except what was in the Safe. He jumped Down and ordered the Engineer and fire Man to Back up to the train. No attempt was made to pursue the Road agents and the Engineer ran Back to the Creek picked up his train and pursued his trip. I he train was the regular express which always carries a Large amount express matter and the robbers could hardly have so elected a better one for the robbery. The sum 50,000 secured by Bandit from a train in Indian territory. Gainesville tex., nov. 27.�?an express train the Topeka amp Santa a e Road was held up and robbed by fifteen masked men at Midnight monday night at Berwyne. Ind. The robbers boarded the train and Cut the engine and mail and express cars Loose from the coaches. After pulling up a couple Miles the Engineer and firemen were thrown off and the engine a killed. A the robbers then attacked the express car. Frazier the guard and Deputy United states marshal Lilis fired Twenty shots but were forced to give up and the robbers had every thing their own Way. It is said that $50,000 was taken but the officers the express company claim that Only $900 was received. It is understood that the rail Road officials were warned that the robbery would be attempted and for that reason had the guard and Deputy marshal the train. It is known that one the robbers was wounded for a Trail blood leads from the scene for some distance from the track Whert is lost. Hanged by a mob. A quarrelsome and brutal swede lynched in Wisconsin his wife and son help to string him Iphi beating he family the came Iii punishment. La Crosse wls., nov. 27.�?hans Jacob Olson was hanged to a tree near the town Preston sunday night by a mob and his wife and 17-year-old son were among those who pulled Tho rope. Olson was a morose and quarrelsome fellow always at variance with his neighbors and frequently beat his wife and children. He had served one year the Penitentiary and upon his release made threats revenge upon All who were concerned in his conviction. Being unable to give Bond to keep the peace he was sent to the county jail for six months and was released Only last tuesday. His first act upon reaching Home Ivas a fearful attack upon his son and wife. The names those who took part in the inching other than Olson s wife and son have not been revealed,.and it is not probable that any Steps will be taken to discover them. Herbs for Home use. Tansy makes a very Good tonic. Mint is a very useful Herb having a Good effect in cases a sick sour stomach. Any kind Herb poultice is very soothing. Prepare Tho meal As if for Mush and then add the herbs. A Chick hatched at York pa., first saw the Light Day through three eyes. It had two Mouths but did not know How to use either and did. Neglect to maintain proper insulation wires is the cause most the fatal accidents by electric wires in new York lately according to experts. Two Coal dealers at port Kiron bid exactly Tho same figures for supplying the City with 000 tons Coal and then they tossed a cent to see which should have the contract. A lady Newville Cumberland county n. Y., has a piano which was owned by the Wolfe president John Quincy Adams. The instrument is still in excellent condition. A hop poultice is especially soothing account opiate qualities possessed by the hop and Foi this reason a hop Pillow has a Happy effect a person suffering from insomnia sent to the Senate. A gastronomical grist. Cheese is said to digest itself but it is unwise to give it too much to operate upon. Candage onions and cauliflower Are three vegetables that usually announce themselves before dinner is served. Patent office reports Are not so tiresome As the everlasting articles in the press As to the a Best Way to Cook it becomes quite an interesting question How Long hotels and restaurants can a a keep lobster salad in the convenient ice Box. Articles attesting the Efficacy oysters and affirming the Antiquity their Benefit to health Are once More in circulation. Prairie Chicken is game very much prize by our foreign visitors some whom never seem to have an a elegant the trouble with the bakery a mince pie is that the ingredients Are not Best Quality and kerosene seems to be a sed instead Brandy and Sherry. That ancient Story the unsophisticated woman who sent Back her dish stewed Terrapin with a request for a some the a Wasly is Ite rounds again. The North Dakota Lori Lantre Fleet Lyman k. C by a United state senator. Bismarck n. D., nov. 26.-the House and Senate in joint session monday night elected l. R. Casey Jamestown the second senator for North Dakota. On the last ballot he received fifty one votes and his election was then made unanimous. Lycian r. Carey was bom at York n. Y., in 1837 and moved to Ypsilanti mich., at an Early a a where he prepared for the University at Ann Arbor but failing health compelled him to give up his University course. For ten years he was engaged in the Oyster Trade at Buffalo Baltimore and Detroit with Platt amp it o., and then in the hardware Trade at Detroit be ing one the firm Tefft can a amp Kellogg. In 1872 he went abroad and travelled in Europe for five years. He married miss Platt Balti More and has three children. In 1882 he came to Dakota in charge the interests the c Arrington a Casey land company making his Headquarters at Jamestown where he has since resided. By natural Gas. Killed _ terrible explosion in a private residence at Dayton Dayton o., nov. 26. 3 30 a. two Story Brick dwelling Scott Hawthorne was blown to atoms by an explosion natural Gas at 1 clock this morning. To children were killed and Hawthorne his wife and father were terribly and probably fatally injured and were rescued and taken the Hospital. A Call has just come from the scene for the natural Gas officials to turn off Gas from that Section the explosion was heard All Over the City. _ misfortune at Leechburg. Fire destroy Over a score build Ings the loss i estimated at #80, 000. Leechburg a broke out about evening and for fiercely. Nov. 27.�?a fire 6 clock tuesday three hours raged destroying a Large portion the business and residence Section the town and entailing a loss at least $30, 000. The fire started in the Anderson Block and As a High wind was prevailing the flames spread in All directions. With Aid from Pittsburgh and Allegheny City the fire was under control by 9 p. A. Before this was accomplished however the Post office the Leechburg Advance building Leechburg Bank building Cochrane a Block Squires Block and Twenty to Twenty five dwellings and stores were in ruins. Mrs. Parnell complains. She say that Irish Leader in America have prevented Aid being tendered her. Trenton n. J., nov. 27.�?mrs. Parnell complains that president Fitzgerald the league James Redpath and others have prevented funds from being raised for her when she Ivas in want. She spoke the injustice being done her by the league and said when i would Appeal to prominent members the league i would be told that my son Quot Barnes had sufficient Means to help me. This is false. Charles Stewart Parnell has not a Dollar his own in the world. What Money he a for the cause ire Lynn. Man., visited by one the greatest conflagration in new England a history a a Square mile in the heart the City burned Over the Loes mated at ten full lion dollars manufacturer the heaviest sufferers a Over six thousand person thrown out work two Hundred homeless families. Lynn mass. Nov. 27.�?Lynn, the City shoes was visited tuesday afternoon by the greatest fire in its history and with two exceptions the conflagration in the most disastrous that has Ever visited new England. The exceptions Are the great Boston fire 1872, which destroyed $100,000,000 Worth property and the Portland fire 1866, which caused a loss Between $10,000,000 and $12,000,000. Tuesdays fire started at 11 55 a.m., raged Over eight hours devastated a Square mile the business Section the City and caused a loss estimated at about $10,000,000. The greater part the fourth Ward is wiped out As regards the important shoe manufacturing blocks and prominent places business. A the fire started in Mower s w Ooden building Almont Street Over the boiler and spread with such rapidity that the fire department the City was pow Erless to Cope we Ith it. This Large wooden building Wras soon doomed and flags leaped across a narrow passage Wray and communicated we Ith the six Story Brick Block known As Mower s Block. When the fire in these two buildings got Well under Way it was evident a terrible conflagration would result. Almost simultaneously the four Story w Ooden shoe factory Bennett amp Barnhard Central Avenue and the four Story wooden building Almont Street caught fire and after a time a Hurricane flame was in Progress which blanched the Cheeks All the spectators. For eight hours the flames had full Sway the efforts firemen and citizens seemingly being no Avail. Aid arrived from Boston Salem Marblehead and surrounding towns but their United efforts seemed to have Little effect the Hurricane flame. Four daily newspapers Are burned onto the item Bee press and news three which Are issued in the afternoon and one in the morning. 1 free National Banks the Central Security anti first National together with the Lynn institution for savings located in the first National Block Are All wiped out. Twelve the finest shoe blocks in the City Are in ruins and about Twenty five stores. The most prominent blocks burned Are Almont Street mowers Block and the Block occupied by the consolidated adjustable shoe company. Central Square and Central Avenue a Bennett amp Barnard s Block Fuller s Block the wooden Block in which was located the daily Bee Begen Green s Block the Brick Block owned by the daily item. Union Street a a. W. Currier s new Brick Block. O. Beebe s Brick Block b. F. Spinney a Brick Block a Large wooden building occupied by Titus amp Buckley Earl s Block j. O. Browne a Brick Block Ashcroft s Brick Block. Kirtland Brick Block Buffum s Brick Block. Brick factory occupied by c. Little amp co., and Cushing amp Downs Large wooden building occupied by c. E. Har Wood and d. 8. Boynton the Brick factory i occupied by John s. Bartlett amp co. And the wooden Block f. E. Eller occupied As a machine shop and planing Mills. On Exchange Street a. F. Abbotts wooden Block the Large Doak Brick Block the wooden Block Corner Spring Street the Brick Block occupied by l. S. Johnson a co., the first National Bank Block and ten twelve Small shoe factories the entire Street being wiped out. On Broad Street Sawyer a chases Carriage factory w. N. Breed amp co. S five Story Brick Block v. K. Amp a. five Story Brick Block and eight ten smaller wooden buildings. On Beach Street Breed a lumber wharf and planing Mili. Potter a son s planing Mill Joseph Breed s sons lumber wharf five six Carpenter shops and several dwellings. Dynamite and powder were used at frequent intervals to blow up wooden buildings but with Little effect. The fire virtually burned itself out and at 7 30 was considered under control. Both companies the Massachusetts militia located at Lynn were called out and put patrol duty. Lynn business men hear the blow with great calmness. The shoe manufacturers express no opinion As to their future course. Some them will rebuild at once. Others will probably go elsewhere. Great distress must prevail for a time. Employers and employees alike must suffer. The following Are some the heaviest losses Mower Brothers 133,000 building and 160.000 Stock Bennett a Barnard. 1100,000 c. Packer a co., shoe manufacturers 145,000 William Porter a sons shoes #16,000 Stock a. Goodwin in Porter s building. #12.000 b. F Spinney a co., 1138,000 estate c. N. Slovene. On buildings #20,000 a. Fuller and a. P. Tapley Brick factory &j2 000 a. Fuller Library Square buildings #9,200 Titus a Bickley Union Street Furat Ture establishment �25,000 consolidated adjustable shoe Oom 120,000 Samuel j. Hollis shoes 122,000 j. S. Bartlett a co., shoes �72,�100 Lynn item Horace n. Hastings a sons �50,000 d. A Charles e. Buffum shoes �25,-300 j. N. Smith shoes #46.000 Joseph Davis shoe company. 1750,000 Luther s. Johnson. #37.000 Amos f. Breed. #22,000 Houghton a Godfrey 122.000 first National Bank building #75.000 f. E. Abbotts building �225,000 Central congregational society #40.000 f. W. Breed �85,000 Taylor a co., Morocco manufacturers #50.000 Sawyer a Chase Carriage manufacturers #11.000 s. K. A a. H. Jones shoes #57,000 s. N. Breed a co., lumber 138.000. The insurance is said to be about 50 per cent the loss. Mayor Newhall has called a special meeting the aldermen to take action and appoint Relief committees. A hopeful feeling prevails and there is no question that the Public spirited citizens and shoe manufacturers will soon has hasten contributed. Land and he has no right to use it for my sup j rally from the terrible catastrophe. Gaer m Root in i Nvvf Elf Fortune for a Vav a nil vol Penl in port. True he gave up his private Fortune for the cause and when my boy entered Irish politics i gave up my dowry to Aid him and Ireland but what is that if he wins Home Rule for the nation a not yet recognised. Paris nov. 27.�?cable dispatches received by the foreign Floe from Rio de Janeiro say that no foreign government has yet recognized the provisional government Brazil and that the brazilian minister will await the decision the Assembly before claiming recognition. 6,000 persons Are deprived employment 200 families Are homeless and the mayor has issued a Call for Aid. Clothing Quot is wanted most and quickly too. Petroleum in Wisconsin. Ashland wis. Nov. 27.�?a Spring Petroleum has been discovered the Iron Range by a Well known explorer who found it a few Days ago. It has been tested in this City and found to be genuine. Has reached Stanley. London nov. 27.�?dispatches received Here from members the French Mission in Africa state that their caravan arrived at Toni last sunday. They met Stanley at Kiliata. He was then eight Days marching from bog Amoyo. It is stated that Stanley has no Ivory in his Possession. Hon. W. G. Brownlee Detroit Letu killed in a horrible manner. Detroit. Mich., nov. 26.�?Hon. Will Iam g. Brownlee a Well known free trader and Lumberman this City was killed yesterday at his Mill while assisting a gang men in unloading a heavy piece tinker from a freight car. He head and Chest were crushed out semblance. He Wras about 50 years age and was a leading Western exponent free Trade doctrine. He once ran for Congress that platform in the first Michigan District be was the first candidate this continent a free Trade platform. Cattle drowned. Lancaster pa., nov. 27.�?an East bound Pennsylvania Railroad freight train we As wrecked at Falmouth tuesday night by a broken Axle. Fifteen loaded cars were derailed and eight them fell into the canal. A number cattle in the cars were drowned. Klind in a mine. Calumet mich., nov. 27.�?thomas Moore fell from a bucket in which he was Riding to the Bottom no. 3 Shaft the Tamarack mine monday night and was instantly killed. Burned at sea. New York nov. 27.�?news reached Here tuesday the destruction by fire the British Steamer Santiago which sailed for Hull november 17 with a mixed cargo valued at $140,000. The vessel was valued at $350,000. The Crew and passengers were saved. Outlaw Jennings captured. Frankfort ky., nov. 27.�?will Jennings the notorious Harlan county outlaw will soon answer for the murder in connection with the Howard Turner feud. He is in the jail Here having been Oao tured in Missouri choked to death. Jefferson it Tlle ind., nov. 27.�? Philip Hoffman an aged citizen residing in Ohio Falls a sub i a this a Ity. Got choked a piece Beefsteak ifs was trying to cat treate tuesday almost ins ten Tiv. X

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