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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 1, 1887, South Haven, MichiganVol. X it South Harbu mich., october 1, 1887 a Sam Francisco judge has ruled that a reporter May not be ordered reveal the sources his information. The Moscow Gat site say the people India believe that Russia will sooner later Force them from the British Yoke. _ Captain Clark the Atlantic City n. A Idle saving station has rescued Nineteen drowning persons this a Canon. Kino Humbert Italy is Only forty three years old but his hair is nearly White. He is the hardest worked Monarch in Europe. The National committee will meet at Washington Ray in december fix the Date and location for the National Conven Ion 1888. Cornelius Vandeh Dilt has presented his Christian association railway employees a valuable club building and ten thousand books the gift being Worth $100,000. Western railway managers have come the conclusion that railway building ill the West has been greatly overdone. The Prospect now is that comparatively Littig in the Way new construction will be undertaken next tear. George w. Nellis Jit Herkimer n. Y., Rode his wheel from that Jvn Aco Sau Francisco Between May 24 and August s. Crazed $2 per Day. In a 5x9-Iuch grip. 3,369 Miles. His expenses a his entire kit was the distance was the painful intelligence comes from new York that no engagements have resulted from the Summers campaigns at Newport bar Harbor Narragansett. The watering i Ace butterflies do not appear he in demand among marrying men. A has Beer circulated in St. 1�?Tetcrohnrg announcing that the reorganization the nihilists has been filly successful and that the centers action Are fully provided with every thing requisite for the a ring out their plans. Nihilism is fast spreading in Siberia. 1 All United states consuls in Canada have been instructed furnish statements the Export at each Canadian port Totlis United states during the last three years. It is supposed the government wants this information for its bearing upon tilt question closer commercial relations with Canada. The new French method treating consumption by Means gaseous injection which has attracted so Mutch attention recently has but in abandoned As unsatisfactory in the new York hospitals. The improvement which it effected in the patient we Only temporary. And in no Case was a permanent Benefit derived. J a what is a Ftp Wikoff is a frequent a dirty nowadays says the new York 71/mi. It is poisonous Chent ical change in the ingredients milk which sometimes Dow dogs in cheese butter ice Cream Etc. The name is from two greek words the second which is already familiar in its English uses. The words Are tunes tyros and toxics icon and it Means Flitcr ally a cheese Texas highwaymen Havo a Good non a Pic humorous. Four them belonging the Mancha gang train robber visited a store recently fifteen Miles from new braunfels forced the Man in charge surrender All the Cash . Hand at the Point the Bayonet and then compelled him dance a Highland Fiig for their amusement. The robber finally took their departure hotly pursued by a posse Vilice is. Captain b. W. Andrews recently reached Hartford conn., with his dog fido. The Captain had just strolled but in from Boston. He has walked Quot ten thousand Miles in the list four years. He is n Nety seven years age lives in Sumter s. C., and left there in april walk Boston. He claims seen All the president with the exception Garfield. He was seven years age when he gated the Stalwart Frame Washington. Captain Andrews bearing and eyesight Are per feet and he does no look Inore than sixty. Tried mrs. Cunningham Tio for the murder . Burdell in hew York thirty year ago and whose trial we the greatest sensation that Day died la that City a Morari a. Fhe was seventy eight years Asp and was tic wife William Williams California who seems have robbed her All her Money and then deserted her. She maintained the last her innocence the murder aft the living relatives the latter seem have been convinced that she was not guilty erf the crime for which Hie suffered so Many years. A Story worthy note if True comas from Soissons. It is affirmed that recently a Young Man was mesmerised by one his friends in the presence several persons. After some the anal experiments with the magnetic Are the operator said forbid you drink wine during the next fortnight the patient was then awakened by the mags Tiger blowing a his face and it is armed that be can not carry a Flap Viss Quot a a i lips. If the Glass is fitted with Quot Beer water any thing Erpf his Arm who obey my and take it total Mouth. Sot. Joseph Cilley a Veteran aae War 1812, died at Nottingham Al. H., recently aged ninety six years. Was elected the United states Senate from new Hampshire in 1846, had was a Leader in the abolition act in Wolf he was the oldest sex member % up Senate. He Wash grandson a Goa Oral James Cilley one the herons the revolution and a brother Hon. Jonathan Millev who while a Congress was kilted la a by congressman Orare. He lad a Imad a inn and Par Hutra i Ihm his cd re a the news. Compiled from late dispatches prom Wash i Notum. The commissioner Indian affairs the 22d declared that the order forbidding the teaching any language a ave English in the Indian schools would be rigidly adhered . During the seven Day ended the 23d there were 156 failures in the United states against 165 the previous seven Daya during the week ended the 24th the exchanges at Twenty six leading clearinghouses in the United states aggregated $089,358,030, against $956,666,015 the previous week. A compared with the corresponding week 1886, the increase amounts 1.1 per cent. Fob the eight months the current year september 1 the Bureau statistics reports that the number immigrants landed in this country we 362,839, against 254,-670 during the corresponding period last year. During the week ended the 24th the mints coined 1,359,405 Standard Silver dollars against 892,998 daring the corresponding week last year. President Cleveland has appointed Whitaker 11 Grant Iowa be United states attorney for Alaska a proclamation was issued by president Cleveland the 26th suspending the collection discriminating duties upon merchandise imported from the possessions Spain in the East and West India the East. The a Trike in the Lehigh a Coal Region which embraces Twenty two thousand men would it was thought the 22d, be a prolonged one. Horace Allen aged Eig Lity three a grand Nephew Ethan Allen revolutionary Fame came into Albany n. Y., the 22d, pushing a wheelbarrow with which he left his Home in Delaware o., a distance 685 Miles june is last a four Story building in Brooklyn n. I was burned the 22d and two men and a girl lost their lives. The lie publican state Central committee new York at a meeting at the fifth Avenue hotel the 22d effected a permanent organization by the election Cornelius n. Bliss As chairman. A boat loaded with seven Hundred Bales Cotton was burned at new York the 22d the remains general Judson Fitzpatrick who died while minister Chili arrived in new York the 23d from Valparaiso. J. Abbott Haverhill mass., while drunk the 23d, shot and killed his daughter mrs m e. Cummings and then shot himself dying instantly. The citizens York a the 23d celebrated the one Hundredth anniversary the incorporation that City. William showers arrested some weeks ago for the murder two grandchildren at by Baision a confessed the crime the 23d. General Roger a Pryor after Confer tag with Captain Black in new York the 23d, announced that he had become connected with the Chicago anarchist Case and predicted that the application for a writ error the supreme court would be granted in time prevent the execution his clients the steamship ales a arrived at new York the 23d from Marseilles and Naples with Asiatic cholera Board eight persons died the passage and her arrival at quarantine the health officer found four Casca no fears were entertained the spread the disease. Noeth Farmington me Snow fell the 25th, covering the tops the Blue and Ether mountains while drunk j. Abbot Haverhill Masa Liot and killed his daughter and them killed himself the 24th. A with the winnings week ending the 24 the the standing the base Ball clubs in the National league was As follows Detroit games won73 Chicago 66 Philadelphia 67 new York 04 Boston 57 Pittsburgh 47 Washington 42 Indianapolis 34. 0. Preston the Union labor party Arndi Date for Secretary state new York withdrew the 26th in favor John Swinton candidate the United labor party. The Enterprise brewing company Philadelphia failed the 26th, with $350,000 and $203,000 liabilities. My Kennedy president the St Andrew s society called upon the collector customs the 26th prosecute the Church officers the Church the holy Trinity in new York which has engaged an English Clergyman Bev a. Walpole War ran As Rector for violating the Law con Gress which prohibits a a importation and immigration foreigners aliens under contract agreement perform labor in the United states. A the sentence Quot Jake Sharp convicted bribery was affirmed by the general term the new York supreme court the 20th, and he was be sent sing ring at ones though the Case was yet be heard by the court appeals West and South civil officers Arizona arrested an entire band indians the 22d for horse steal ing. The arrests were made without any resistance. It we reported by citizens who arrived at Tucson a. T., the 22d from san Pedro that All the crops the Bottom i a do Between Mammoth and Benson had been entirely destroyed by floods 0� the fort Wayne Road at Elida 0., the West bound express ran into the mail car an East bound train the 22d, and Tofft Nassr Mcglenn was seriously injured and nine sacks registered mail were destroyed. Joseph Baum k co., wholesale dealers in general merchandise at Meridian Misa failed the 2fcd. The liabilities and As set were $350,000. The thermometer registered Only two degrees above Zero at Abercombrie minn., the evening the 23d. A officer in Chicago the 23d arrested my Lucy Parsons. Wife the condemned anarchist for distributing circular containing her husband s address in violation the City Ordina Aoe. The Fine is from five Dollar fifteen Dollar archbishop Leroy new Orleans expired in France the 23d, at the age sixty two year John while intoxicated at Middletown a the 23dshot and killed John Noland and then shot himself dying an hour later. Cause an old grudge James Andrews nine Yean old living with his parental a farm near Sylvania 0., the 23d discharged a gun supposed be unloaded instantly killing i sister aged Gomery said be one Hundred and two years old died the 24th in Schley county a. Throughout the country about Lynchburg a a Frost occurred the 24th, and there were fears great loss in the tobacco crop estimated at one third the crop yet in the Field. An unsuccessful attempt wreck an express train was made the 24th near Vincennes ind by unknown parties placing an obstruction the track in a Bend oath Road. The Northwest was visited by a heavy Frost the 24th, which we productive some damage crops yet in the Field the death John Campbell a Veteran the War 1812 and the Black Hawk War occurred at Clinton he the 20th, at the age ninety three year my Nancy Kimball a native it Concord n. He celebrated her one Hundredth birthday in Elgin he tins 26th. While being exercised the famous stallion Oberlin 2 251half brother Maud amp dropped dead the 90th at Youngstown He was valued at $10,000i Henry Beers aged Twenty eight years shot and instantly killed Augusta Seifert aged seventeen years at Lincoln neb., the 26 the because she refused marry him. Dispatches sent from Santa be the 26th were the effect that there bad been no outbreak Apache indians in Arizona and that All was quiet upon the southwestern reservation. The fall Are the Matt Clark transportation company Stillwater minn., occurred the 26th for $200,000 assets $100,000. The discovery was Mode the 26th that Hundred volumes the state records Indiana had been stolen and sold Jank dealers. The loss was said be irreparable the state officers would make a rigid inquiry into the matter. At Union Mills ind., a fire the 26th destroyed nearly one half the business portion the town. Of can Neek the Chicago anarchist sentenced serve fifteen years in the Penitentiary was taken Joliet the 26th. A a a foreign intelligence. Malacca Spain was shaken by an earthquake the 22d. The Shock caused a panic among the people but did no damage. In Paris the 22d three police officials were dismissed for having purses made out the skin the murderer Pranzini who was recently executed there. At Santiago de Cuba and the Island Jamaica a severe Shock earthquake we Felt the 23d. Two persons were injured and several houses damaged at the former place Gravenhurst ont a Small lumbering Village was almost entirely destroyed by fir the 23d. The Loes was Over $156,000, and Many persons were homeless and destitute advices received from Egypt the 23d say that hundreds lives have been lost by the Nile flood at Berlin the 23d Prince Bismarck celebrated the Twenty fifth anniversary his Assumption the office prime minister a late returns received the 23d the recent Hurricane the mexican Border showed that its was even greater than indicated by Tail first report the path the storm presented an appalling picture i in and desolation and Many the victims were in a destitute condition. Four Little children p. Godbout a Farmer living near Island Orleans can., played with a Shell which they found the 24th grounds recently occupied by artillerymen in a Sham Battle Aud in the explosion which followed All were killed the trial at Mitchell town Ireland William Brien for seditious utterances resulted the 24th in his conviction and sentence three months imprisonment Brien took an Appeal and was fifi aped heavy Rains the 24 the did great damage Between the solid River and Lampasas mex during the Twenty four hours a faded the 24th there were 119 new cases cholera and 66 deaths at Messiha 10 cases and 9 deaths at Catania g cases and 2 deaths at Palermo. In the county Clare Ireland several league meetings were dispersed by the police without resistance the 25th. A mob at Belfast wrecked an inn and stoned the police. By the collision a French fishing boat with another vessel in the British Channel eighteen persons were drowned the 26th. Great excitement prevailed in France the 26th Over the killing the French game keeper and the wounding the French lieutenant by German customs officials the Frontier. A boy employed in a drug store at Flambo Center ont the 26th put up morphine instead quinine for a doctor and before the mistake was discovered three the doctor s patient s died and others were ill _ a mighty Host. Fifty thousand Veteran a the Lata War invade St. In Onia. Nearly All will appear in Parade. If outdoes herself my rfcs wag Desor whoa sad a the order procession the us Nissl other interesting mews. A monster Bally 9r. Louis 8ept 27.�?the mobilization Ltd the grand army the Republic a successful beyond expectation and test night it we estimated that 00,000 Veteran were in the City. The morning trains Day and the specials that will arrive before the Parade will add 12,000 15,006 this number. The figure do net include it the army Fri Anli Aud relatives who accompany the comrades and who wet remain during the Encampment from the statistics compiled by the registry department the Encampment committee it appears that about 40,600 veterans will be in line Day. The number from each department has been figured up with this result 10.000 the Potomac. Iso 6.000 Kentucky. 100 5.000 Texas. 100 a,000 connecticut.100 i 100 Vermont. 50 1.500 Louisiana. 50 main. 60 Virginia.50 new h Shire. 50 West Virginia. 50 Rhode Island.50 Delaware.5 Montana. 25 Oregon. 25 Utah. 25 Dakota. 50 new Mexico. .25 the Gull. A Tenn. And a. 100 Way and pc myth a tree Tare hidden from View by an immense castellated Arch standing Between go towers and connected with them by galleries. The archway is thirty one feet wide and thirty three Foet ugh. Along the facades Are displayed the badges the Twenty three army corps with a Keystone Gar. Badge. The latter design is twelve feet by four. From the court House Gables Streamer and g. A b. Colors fall in Graceful Folda the massive dome the court House is fashioned into a Gigantic bouquet Trees interlaced with flags and Bunting from the Side galleries the flags All nations Are suspended. The most imposing Arch fourth Street is the Grant memorial Arch at the intersection Locust Street the Arch is sur i i mounted by a Cathedral Glass portrait it be general that is considered the most Beautiful bit Street decoration Illinois. Missouri. Kansas. Indiana. Iowa. Ohio a. Pennsylvania. L,00i> new y Ork. 1,000 Wisconsin. 1,000 California. 1,000 Minnesota .800 Michigan. 800 the Parade postponed. 8t. Louts sept 28 a it a rained continually for thirty hours causing much Chagrin. The soldiers in attendance upon the Encampment the grand army the Republic have been driven by the rain seek Refuge in the corridors the hotels and lodging houses the City and desert their tents. Yesterday was have been the Day the big Parade but the Parade did not take place. It we postponed account the weather. If it will take place this morning. The streets Ara covered with Little seas mud from six twelve inches deep and outdoor travel is by no Means an unalloyed Joy. The convention have vis Ting the different bodies and settling in their minds the Best Man for the position f commander i n chief. General Sherman it is understood has declined accept the office under any circumstance it is generally conceded that he would be chosen without opposition if he would accept among the other candidates there appears be no material Adan the delegates been moving about Yankee sails win. The yacht Voynn steer defeats the Thistle in the first contest for the americans Cape the britishers claim that their vessel a been tampered with. New Yoke 8ept. 28.�?the american Sloop Volunteer Defeated the scotch Cutter Thistle in the first 1887 contest for the americans cup by 19 minutes 24 second fully 56,600 people crowded the 300 steamboats tugs steam and sailing yachts and other Craft improvised for the occasion. This great flotilla was promptly at the scene the Start and they covered the course off owls head in a Way that made it doubtful in the minds Many whether a decent Start could be made and that in a condition elements that indicated ther Michigan sta1 Obj. Gen. D. F. Grier. the division apart. General d. Arkansas. 26 Massachusetts. 100 new Jersey .100 Maryland. Ioc Colorado. A Washington Ter. 100 the line March is six Miles Long and extends through the 1 nest business and residence Street the veterans will March twelve abreast and ten feet apart and there is a commander for each platoon. The great column will be reviewed in front the grand army Arch twelfth and Olive Street a stand seating 300 persons has been erected. In the Center is a Balcony for the commanders in chief heavily draped with the National colors and crowned by a Gigantic Eagle. On each Side is a massive g. A. R badge trimmed with Trico lored Bunting. Over the whole is a Large double Arch with inscriptions Epluribus Junium and Quot Welcome g. A will March 100 feet p. Grier 8t Louis chairman the Encampment is the grand marshal and has issued the following order Parade platoon mounted police. Grand marshal and staff. Escort the commander in chief. Commander in chief and staff. Invited guests in carriages. First division. Department missouri�?8,000 men. Second division. Department illinois�?10,000 men. third do Viaz departments Wisconsin Pennsylvania and a 500 men fourth disk my departments new York Connecticut Matea. Massachusetts new Jersey and Virt Mem. _ fifth division. Departments California new Hampshire Vermont the Potomac and msrylsnd�?1,500 men. Sixth division. Department indiana�?8,000 men. Seventh division. Departments Nebraska Iowa and Colorado �?8,00j ment eighth division. Department kansas�?5,000 men. Ninth division. Departments Michigan Minnesota Delaware West Virginia Washington territory and Kentucky 2,000 men. Tenth division. Departments Arkansas Florida the quit Dakota. Oregon new Mexico Texas Utah Idaho Montana Tennessee Georgia Rhode Island naval Veteran and sons Yetran a f Mui aran the illumination and decoration the City surpass even the wonderful effect produced last year during the triennial conclave the knights Templar. The plan has been somewhat altered and More varied and Beautiful effects have been eleven year Jean n ffpjf1 tm1. Who myndred his Aister-ba4aw in october 1885, As hanged the Bayaz wort he death Crater Tibe Chicago Chiate eases the 24th and it was teamed lately dispatched sheriff Matson. J Arr a killing John Nolan against whom i he and Keg cherished n grudge John Glen i Anat big Middletown a committed the 24th. J at Bio Grande City the 24th the United Sallis marshals Popae captured a band a a Tekl Tzoar the latter being wiled during the struggle at Fra Soott a t., the Tewkesbury and a Raham Flatt Temte a a fight Tea 24te, during which four the former and three the utter were kid. 1 most tee fighting Becks tee ban caries veal Ratten had the 25th gone a tee War path. A in Chicago Teete fudge triad Otee Pratt Ai Abaffi mob w a later at the fortnightly meeting the rational league in Dublin the 27th englishmen were enrolled As member lord mayor Sullivan who presided declared that the government s attempt suppress the league was a dismal the morning the 27th the business portion Payne o., was destroyed by fire. In Reading a the 27th William Hartung fell into a Caldon boding Catsup and was fatally scalded. In the first race for the americans cup a ailed the 27th at new York the american yacht Volunteer teat the Thistle 19 minutes 29 seconds actual time the wind was Light throughout the contest sixteen jews at Riga Russia were the 27th convicted incendiary so and sent Siberia for life near Jackson Tenn., the 27th All the cars a Mobile k Ohio passenger train ran off a trestle forty feet High the engine alone remaining the track. Over thirty persons were wounded two three hem amp tally. Four negroes were killed the 27th in Matagorda county Tex in a skirmish with officials that county. Bush fire were prevailing the 27th throughout Ontario and Quebec and the people were suffering terribly. The fires rigid in All directions and the Farmers had lost every thing buildings crops and cattle being destroyed. During the Twenty four hours ended the 27mi 112 new oases cholera and 63 deaths were reported in Messina Italy and 4 new oases and 4 deaths in Latante. Advices the 27th from London say that chinese transport had been wreaked one the Pescadore islands and three Hundred soldiers Aud the Captain and Crew with the exception one Man were drowned. The Farmer a Elev Chicago the 27th estimated tee total Tara a atop Tea country this season would be but 1,310,-000,000 Bushel Tex general conference Luti eran Church in session a Buffalo the 27th, elected As Bishops for the ensuing four years j. J. Esher Ohto ago Thomaa Bowman ads town a and b. Duha Cleveland The american Flint bottle and window Glass workers the country formed an organization at Pittsburgh pm the 27th prevent the importation contract labor. The Lincoln neb urn ins Ranee com Pany failed the 27th after one year a business. Ike loss a took Holder worm reach $100,006 the anneal meeting til woman suffrage association a tee 27th. Among general Fairchild s headquarter Ever been in this country. It is seventeen feet Square and some Ide its magnitude May be obtained from the fact that 18,600 separate pieces Glass were used in its construction. Every color the Rainbow is wrought in this dazzling design. The general is represented a handsome Bay horse a heavy military cloak thrown loosely Over his shoulders and a pair Field glasses in i right hand. In the Back ground is a Row tents surrounded with pieces broken artillery. Draped gracefully at each Side is the Anse rican Flag. The whole piece weighs 4,060 pounds and is illuminated by thirteen Brush arc lights and Twenty five incandescent Light at the Bottom the piece is the illuminated inscription a let us have commander in chief Fairchild and escort arrived at the Southern hotel late yesterday afternoon a special train Over the Illinois Central from Madison. General Grier and the executive committee met general Fairchild at the Union depot National Headquarters is now open and was last evening serenaded by the new York seventh regiment band and the san Diego band. This evening a reception will be tendered general Fairchild in the merchants Exchange Hall the mayor will deliver a speech Welcome which the commander in chief will respond. General Sheridan has written that he will be unable attend the Encampment last evening it was unanimously agreed that in Case Light Tain drizzle the Parade should take place As the programme but in Case it was impossible form the ranks were broken by a heavy rain the Parade would be postponed until wednesday morning at 16 clock. In the event postponement the annual Encampment session proper will not begin until 3 30 wednesday afternoon. Organization the g. A b. Illinois belongs the Honor organizing the first grand army Post. Wisconsin has recently put in a claim priority but precedent and evidence Are against her. The creator the grand organization that now embraces 206,006 men was . B. F. Stephenson Decatur Iii who served As a surgeon in the fourteet�4uinois infantry. He suggested the idea his Comrade in february 1866, and it was so we thought that april 6, 1866, Post no. 1 we organized at Decatur and had forty three charter members among them Mesera Coltrin and Pryor proprietors the Decatur Tribune and their compositor and was founded a Constitution written by . Stephenson. Soon after Post no. 2 was organized at Springfield it and others were a pm Kly instituted throughout the wept the first National Encampment was Haiti at Indianapolis november 20, 1866, end ten states were represented. The plan organization was then enlarged and some important resolutions adopted. The National encampments have been held in the following cities major Warner 186.indianapoi i one 1868 Philadelphia Cincinnati 186 1879.Washington 187 1.Boston 187 2.Cleveland Haven 187 4.harrisburg 187 5.cnicago Philadelphia commander in chief 1877.providence �878. Springfield mass 1879.albany 1880. Dayton �881 Indianapolis 1hhj.baltimore 18r3. Denver 18h4.minneapolis kj5.portland 1886 san Francisco the inn Awe the riven Mier enrolled by a a Banka the 27khl wars destroyed had tee team Ongaro Wae Ateo Tunu riveted Triy Tefft Eltiti it item Teitter fitted mrsh a the Grant memorial Arch. Created. Fourth Street for one mile la extremely picturesque although it has not the great Arches that a pan Broadway this is More than offset by the variegated character the lights. Bed White and Blue predominate in the Arches that Une the sidewalks but in the higher clusters that project from Cross pipes Green Orange and Rose coloured globes Are scattered by Tibe thousand Broadway from Clark Avenue Christy Avenue a distance mile vies with fourth Street in brilliancy and magnificence. In the Center every Block is a great Arch that spans the Street each Arch he 409 lights and Many team Are sir moated by designs the Torpa badges in the division color Franklin Avenue Locust Street Pine Street and sixth Street Are beautifully illuminated. Altogether eight Miles a treats Are illuminated and the Gaa per hour is 190,000 feet the value the pm Oon sued during tee week is put at $20,000, and la furnished True. There we 75,000 globes in use. On Broadway and Washington Avenue j stand tee Teall Moln . It is thirty flue feet High constructed Cathedral Glass and is surmounted with s Pez-1 trait Tai the dead presi fut Broadway is Alee a in pm rate illuminations Srauy 1 them a very Large Ante i ago Okay. J opposite the Flaatene ii Rae fourth Street is the Railroad Arch a reeled by funds contributed by the Mauro cd this Asek is surmounted by tee out Liam in Jet work a massive locomotive. That Era 600 psf a and when lighted the locomotive the be going at full Speed. A genuine a i Bangs in its place and an electric fight an fewer for a headlight base face Ted Kogl Ira Oon Rayed the detain through Illel Tiara Horn Krabil the largest Arch in the City is the grand j Lanay Aroh twelfth Street a a teen ouse Street the Wra Giran Tow wont rail in it the list commander in chief comprises Stephen a. ,dlinols.186# John a. Logan Illinois,.18fi6-�?Te#-�?T70 a. E. Burnside Rhode Island .1871- 72 Charle Deven . Massachusetts 1878 74 John f. Hartranft Pennsylvania 1875- 76 John c. Robinson new York. 1877-�?T78 William earn a a Ohio.,.1879 Louis Warner Pennsylvania.18m0 George s. Merrill Massachusetts.1881 Paul Vandervoort nebraska.1884 Rol Ert b. Besth. P .ansylvauis.1888 John 8. A Cunt Ohio .1881 a 8. Burdett. Washington. D. C.1885 Lucius Fairchild wisoonsin.1886 second Only in importance the grand army itself is the woman s Relief corps organized at Denver july 23, 1883. The organization we effected under a Call from commander in chief Paul Vander Voort requesting the various societies women working for the grand army assemble and unite in forming a National association auxiliary the grand army the Republic. The Denver convention was a noted assemblage women representing Twenty six organization my e Flor woman a belief oof enee Baker mass bad so Ach setts was elected National president and barah k Fuller National Secretary. Tim organization rapidly and now every state and territory is represented and the membership this year is put at 43,000. It it estimated they night there win be 10,000 members the woman s belief corps in a he City. Their Headquarters at the Southern hotel Are the most popular Headquarters in the City due chiefly the work Tea local ladles committee. The annual Goa mention Wail be Beki wednesday in har Noaie Hall the delegates badge which we designed by tee Encampment committee is is Tal the richest Ever yet turned out from a staid Mirer bar upon Tage. General Slocum a friends Are moving everywhere making a determined fight their Headquarters in the Southern hotel Are open at All hours and engravings the candidate Are placed in prominent place new y Ork and the East have the handling his Force general Grier and major Warner draw from the same Section the country and both Are drawing from the West their frend3 Are Busy but quiet the Minnesota men have brought out judge John p. Llavet and his candidacy has somewhat change 1 the calculations Asho draw from All direction Many predict the election a dark horse an indefinite session. The reception the commander in chief in the Hall the merchants Exchange last night was the most i pleasant event thus far the Encampment the Hall was beautifully decorated with the flags All nations the corps badges and banners Welcome. After the presentation Diamond badge general Fairchild at National Headquarters the National officers and escort ,found marched the greater the g. A. R. Hall they were met at the door by the local reception committee and conducted the Rostrum where mayor Francis and a score the leading citizens the City were in waiting. The mayor then delivered an appropriate speech Welcome general Fairchild responded with a Short speech in which he said his Faith in he Louis Welcome never wavered. He was proud Fiat the Welcome had never been More warm and the grand army would _. Ever remember the Asp Emitil entertainment provided by 8b Lonia was sorry that the inclement weather Lud interfered somewhat but the Encampment was nevertheless the greatest Ever held by fa8t 0084 bom sow the organization. He was glad a change come 81 Louis and meet Sone the Southern people. He did not believe in waving the bloody shirt and his motto was one country no North no South a Union Brothers As Well As states. Governor Oglesby followed with one the Best speeches the evening. A a United coun try was his text and he was loudly cheered at every period. General Sherman Mada the next address and recounted his Early struggles in the army at the opening the War. He was Happy Day shake by the hand men whom he had fought Twenty five years ago. There were 5,606 people in the Hall while Sherman was speaking. 8ome one started a a marching through Georgia and she vast assemblage Sang it for five minutes with such enthusiasm that the chorus could be heard a dozen blocks away. Governor Sprague Rhode Island Gover past com. Beath. Nor Rusk Wisconsin governor Fletcher Missouri Hannibal Hamlin governor Palmer and others a tech Are the word Lotee Al in 1887.�?� and a ave potted tear with the Mem Missouri depend a silk ribbon which is caught up in a Loop at the lower pm and Tirane which a solid a Over Mill with a boat i jote 4 Logan in reload around the Border is the inscription a patriotic Soldier would be no race. From Early morning there was no sign a Breeze but at noon a Ripple came Over the water from the southward and eastward and the signal a Given Clear the course. The this a and Volunteer had come out from their respective anchorages and at 1220 the Electra fired the preparatory gun and at 12 30 the gun Start after the latter the yachts had five minutes Cross the Lina the boats crossed As follows Thistle 12.33 06. Volunteer 12 34 5r the Thistle not Only had the nearer position when the order Start was Given but she also went through the water the faster. The eight mile an hour wind was then from South Southeast and the yachts had sail close Ion the wind for the first Mark buoy 16 the Southwest spit which bore South by West eight and one half Miles away. They went Over in the port tact and at once the Volunteer began overhaul the Thistle. The first tick was in toward Clifton Staten Island and that tack fifteen minutes less the Volunteer showed a supremacy Over the Thistle in weather that had been written Down As the foreigner s Best that left no doubt the result the Volunteer went by the Cutter As though the latter was anchored and she staid in front the end. The wind varied in localities and strength. It shifted Between Southeast and Southwest and so me m my one boat had it when the other d d not but the average made thing pretty nearly even. The result was a decided Victory for the american Sloop beat then spoke. It was 7 30 clock last evening when the aides the staff commander in chief Lucius Fairchild assembled at tee general a quarters at the Southern hotel with their friends and presented him the badge past commander in chief the grand army the Republic. The Gold Eagle holds in its talons the j rank badge surrounded by a fringe diamonds and in the Field four Large guns Are set in Star the Star hanging from the ribbon a studded with Many gems there being seventy one diamonds in All Comrade John by Cook Lafayette Post no. 140, new York City a member the stuff made the presentation. General s Fairchild wan visibly affected and in thanking his staff displayed i attachment them and commended their loyalty the grand army. While friends were extending congratulations Comrade Cook behalf the staff presented a Gold watch adjutant Gray. Post com Ute. The Detroit a Are wheat no. 1 a 2 r it 73ki@731a b a we it it ��$3 75 ,�4 00 Patent a array no. 2. 43c. Oate hta for it / it. A Creamery 24j g 25ab \ i eggs 1 Ltd a 10 Ajo a Ltd a it a a 1 near Garfield the f outdo lungs the c s. wore Fie Stroye i by fire full a a Mil 35 Bushel Grain. La a a u homesteaders Are near Baraga at take up pipe an i farming Ter a in it it taken away from a Railroad ruling the int Flor lands compose 258,000 acre Jujj land unimproved Minarae pita Hardwood �1 and farming lands. G John Fere Rich year visiting relative 44 jack�0i at he tempted Board a moving trate Tow a Tetar s a morning and slipped under the Cara Sefc. B i tags being Cut eff. He up i the Wheeling Iron mine year pc Gabaee go a was sold the other Day Cal Scaffo sad go grand rapids parties the urea it Rte pkg Baing 30,000. The Wheeling adj oms Tira m Milwaukee mine th3 we acc recent de h Velo ments by the purchasing Rte i he i he proved it be one the richest Hematite h a mines this Range and a stroll a rival h a the old Milwaukee which it a virtual m sly a part a Calvin h. Carter president the do he a troit amp Laka Superior mining company in j died suddenly at Waterbury coup. Al few 9 a it Day ago. A in ont Good one the Ter Geet Aad Moit by i prosperous a it was the go Gebic Iron Jwj a Range was the some a Mot dial Troua a a conflagration the by Heyjl i h a the business portion a the town being a it Era a diced ashes. Thu loss was estimated h a at $300,000. The firelriginate4jrom a a a a festive Chimney in \ v a j main business Street. S i Baker amp ferry a Teh a j Gan was burned the other eve a y a a sf3,0u0 no insurance. The Ronij Quot. A a a Quot a running and the fire was set Icen Gary. A i a Duluth South Shore amp atlatl Etc so a sixty live cars Laden with Ore got a a from the trainmen the other night a Quette and ran Down the Grade a irate for four Miles. At the so a in Quot Vasek i i just West the City the car create few. M la Side Thaek full empty Ore Tete �1 fifty cars were piled thirty fete High if i Billy Mahone the conductor was 9 land there was no doubt but he a under h i the wreck. A a a i burglars the other night a Tole it f Dol 1 1 Lars from the House mrs. Usan anger h i in Bay City. F a a i j. Howard Rose who had been identified h with newspapers at Detroit Buffalo a a a 1 Kansas City died at Lamont Otto 1 i county a few Days ago. I George a Mcconnell was found Han a tags a i in the Garret his fathers Rae Deuce the �1 1 Ludington Mason county a few morn b Ings ago. He Way supposed have Cora 9 i melted suicide while insane. A i id m. Peterson was convicted at Quot he nominee the other Day having killed hot 9 husband with an axe in a shanty at ppr a Kins last March. Bra would be sentenced 9 imprisonment for life. She had been a i twice tried. A Henry Udell a Farmer living near mar j i shall fell from a Windmill Derrick Hui Days ago and broke his neck. I i a a Billy Mclean a notorious deeper i i ado who broke jail at St. Ignace a few r i weeks ago was recently capture 1 at Sault i 8te. Marie. He had been staying the 1 i Canadian Side but ventured Over the i american Sault get a drink when the off cars a juice l upon him. I the roof a chamber in the South Jack i son mine at n<3gauaee Coila pied the other i night killing one Man Asi Serien by in Juring another. I Louis tale Hoff age 1 thirty five year i committed suicide by hanging in Bay City 1 Tho other evening. I Lewis gos Slies West Branch Oge Man county fell from Hii buggy a Lew Days ago and broke he neck. Vicar Genera c. J. Roche grand rapids diocese has i �yij4asbeen appointed Dean at Bay City 8l Johns Church at Essex Vil in. The s x year old daughter Charles Bel i i anger Hancock was run Over i train the other evening and bad Bote logs i crushed so that they Hal be amputated. I James Dolan and Wilham bask Wyandotte got drunk and Felt asleep i the Lake Shore tracks near Detroit a few i Days ago and both were killed by a train. I a tramp entered the House Charley 1 Mcgrath Paris Mecosta county ten i Al other evening and stole $670. Myrtle i i thirds seventeen years old employed i i by Mcgrath Diacci vexed the theft and 1 arming herself with a Piti Fork she por i Suid the tramp and compelled him Tetra i i Render his Booty. J reports tee slate Board Theatte by i forty five Obee Vera in different Parte big i i state for the week ended lira 17th Indi i rated that influenza intermittent fever j i tonsillitis cholera Korbos and puerperal i Ever increased and remit tent fever dig j the Thistle. Ing stretching and running wit. Free sheets the Volunteer out sailed the Thistle. On the run Home she lost ground larger account the Way the accompanying aft blanketed her. The total distance was thirty eight statute Cycz Mie i. Everywhere except the run j consumption the lungs and infirm a spinnakers where the excursion boats did Liyoi the bowels in Ras nil in much keep the wind from her the Volunteer out sailed her antagonist a further de script the race would Only be a repetition the above. The following Are the figures Stirt. Volunteer.12 34 3� Thistle.12 33 08 buoy j0. 2 21 u3 2 36 45 a line. A 4 m 18 5 13 47 a 3 42 13 4 01 15 Correct time 4 53 18 5 12 43 avow by 19 Fiji he. Volunteer.5 58 16 Thistle.5 45 38 deducting the five seconds time Ance the Volunteer beat the Thistle minutes 24 second after the race . James Bell the principal owner the Thistle said he was not at All satisfied with the result the Thistle he declared had ill ver moved so slowly through the water. He was the opinion that there was a something wrong with the cutters Bottom a and she would be hauled out the water Day with a View toward finding ont what it was. Captain Barr the Thistle held the same views. He said that some the Crew had been notified anonymously that the Cutter s Bottom had been a doctored Quot and the truth would be ascertained before thursday the Day the next Rama Captain Barr said he had sailed the Thistl j every time she had been out and he never knew her move so badly the wind. A Mother poor Uncle Reading letter a a your Rufus was travelling in Switzerland and an Avalanche weighing 60,000,000 tons ice and Snow buried him 1.000 feet heartless Little boy a no flies him heh a a town topics. A 9 r a a a Midnight burglar sternly a a give me your watch a humorous . Pogge a a certainly air. There Yon a be its a burglar recoiling a a great heavens Man do you take me for an Organ grinder a a the colonel. _ a Omaha Many a live in Arizona he a Arizona Many a yes been there for a a How a business in Arizona a a Well. We re doing pretty Well with a coaches a a Yea Bat train Robbins rather Dull world. The Talvera Zta Leoate a badge a a Faery Etnan a boating the other Day that he had a built his Church entirely rate his own a i did no know that the City authorities erection wooden a the reply train near Jusek 111. Woman in entire except trestle wreck m fax a Eer son is Marla a a red. Jackson Tenn., sept 28.�?an Mobile k Ohio passenger train tee engine was Harley from a about two Miles tooth Jackson yesterday morning while running forty five Miles an hour and Over thirty persons were Hurt the coaches were thrown forty feet from the track and some turned completely Over Aud it see Ijes miraculous that none were killed. Among Thrata Hurt Wra mra m. B. Balfa Taf Feleita by a the wreck is said be tee breaking a truck and a bad track. Small change. The mint unable keep up with the demand for pennies Nickel and Washington sept 28.�?there is a Lively the Treasury for Mimas Botna referring this dem n i sir. Preston assistant director mints Atad j a lost year we coined 891,147 in cents Tai Stein Nickel and 11,095.279.�in dimes and at the present time the Piti staph Tate has Iva boo Worth orders ahead sad Cha note Teh up. The Lawo aur allow these cell the he made at the Philadelphia mint. The increased demand for them is Rahti essene tend Eire meet the court and also tog fora tape Kiaup a the orate Rad Wrai a Provience. Diphtheria was a a ported Ai i Owenu two places Scarlet fever at Teter Typo fever at Twenty tax measles at i places and Small pox at 2>etrtal a a. V. Use k co., a Detroit a Hoe Deruff failed rep try Tor $40,0001 the lira convention a the w. A e la tee upper ii Lula was held and Fth re Altai recently. P a Fred Cikins Calkins Volle a mutate pin qty Gnu i sell he for a a part Quot ago without a j icons Utie arrested by a United states officer and paid the Price Upo drinks at ten cents each. A the Michigan Baptist association held it i a annual meeting at Rochester Oakland i a county recently. I j in reply inquiries attorney general a Taggart states that clergymen and a nine Stern i a need not pay Twenty five cents Donn i a clerks when filing certificates marriage. A one full and explicit affidavit and License a for which the clerk receives fifty cents will a suffice for both contracting parties. Thee i a documents May be made out by any author fixed person but county Mierta should by i a very careful learn the authority erf such j a deputies and Issue licenses Only tens i a who have full knowledge tarts heart a Forth in the affidavit a i i governor Loos he pardoned Ufa 1 Witham a Genesee county Farmer who Wra i a sentenced for life in february 1880, Bat i i whole sentence Wae commuted so a the Tara a my Nate january 1, 1888, by governor by i a Gola Witham who is now seventy eight a years old Wae a wealthy Farmer Why Obj we g la neighbor because Tel latter Wra Ling his land the Pardon was 9till�ll a mended by the Board Ardeara. I Flower Day was observed at tee Jec Keom i prison recently and rate a Ell Wra Deokee Ted with bouquet which wee attached Vene the script Ora Twe wee tee wort i tee . �o., end Mumm mls a # let qty by a the a Euroyna $3,000 a veritable w0db-4s Donee Forest the Yerow dog near Marquette a few a his Quarter a at a from Tite ate Rte

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