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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 12, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSora in a Traer no Cion october 12, xss9. 3sto. 21. It to it p. Porter the hefty the census taking Bureau estimates the coloured people the country at about eight millions that is one in eight nine the total population the country. Now is a Good time for forming Reading and other literary circles Cluba Young people Cau do much by Means such organizations to make the Long Winter months intellectually profitable. Electricity has been put to driving drills. One is in use the War ship Maine building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A three Quarter Inch Hole in a three Quarter Inch plate can be drilled in less than a Minuta but beware the current. The recent order the Secretary the Navy directing that a Bank account be opened for All enlisted men by Navy paymasters and granting interest at 4 per cent per annul is looked upon by Navy officers As promising Good results. Tiik Mackerel catch is almost a failure this year�?10,000 barrels against 26,511 last year and 56,919 in 1887. That Row with Canada a Over the fisheries seems to have fright Ned the Mackerel out into deep water where they can t be caught. A tear ago there were a Leven prize fat women exhibition in this country but now there Are Only six. The others have gone the Way All flesh w Hether fat lean and will be seen Earth no More. The fat woman Market is now term with an upward tendency. 1 an Iowa Man has a theory that Sunshine can be bottled up imprisoned in such a Way that it can be utilized gloomy Days. To has built a great tank for storing it but i looks a Little queer to see him groping about with a lantern to ascertain How his Sunshine is getting . It is not a Yankee invention for it originated in the brain a Frenchman. Goat and t Houserjr Are hereafter to be made with Large water proof pockets which Waltl contain a Small amount carbolic acid. If the wearer Falls into the water a Small outlet will let in just enough water to create a ga3. Which will float the Man for a number hours. If the most useful Man is the happiest Man a gentleman in Steep Falls me., must enjoy supremo Bliss. Besides keeping a general store in which he supplies the villagers with every thing from Sal Eratus to gum from Candy to coffins from cold soda to Woolen stockings he is also the Village Barber Sexton and Gravestone manufacturer and keeps a livery stable. \ to tic russian Oil Wells along the a Jyro the Caspian sea the prodigious tied which has exceeded in Quantity the nost noted Wells in Penn Eye Vania. An night have been expected a a have More quickly exhausted the subterranean store til from which their production has been Quot to Rafun. The yield for the last year has fallen one half below the estimate and the deficit Witt have to be made Good in America. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe was poor when she wrote a Uncle Toms the last chapter was written in the office her publisher in Boston. It was a cold Winter morning. And she arrived at the store half Frozen. She stood Over the stove half an Hopr before she was sufficiently thawed to hold her pen. Three months from that time she received a Check for $10,000 As the first payment Tho Sale a Uncle Toms her she an death came recently in a strangely pathetic Way to . And mrs. George Simmons prominent citizens Belvi Dere. N. J. In the afternoon . Simmons died suddenly and though mrs. Simmons was in Good health at the time death also gathered her to fathers within five minutes after knew her husband s demise aged couple they had never been separated for a Day since their marriage and were greatly attache to each other. And in death they were not divided. _ in Tokio Japan a City nearly one million people there is a Section which is often called a the 6tudent Muliere within a radius one mile there Are about Twenty thousand Young men the most whom Are engaged in study. Students Como from All parts the Mikado a dominions. There Are located the great Imperial University with two thousand students Law and medical schools English language schools Normal schools and various other educational institutions. Most their schools learning Are patterned after the English system. The sullivans Are coming. There Are Twenty seven them in the family father Mother and Twenty five sons and daughters. Nora Sullivan the youngest member the family a Flaxen haired miss fifteen years was at the Mission our lady the Rosary at Castle Garden the other Day. She informed Rev. Father Callahan that she had left her father Mother thirteen Sisters and eleven Brothers in county Kerry Ireland. She Hopes to see the whole family in the states soon. She is the Advance agent As it were the great attraction. The construction a railway Between Joppa and Jerusalem has been beguile the toot toot and the Flash the headlight the locomotive will Send Palestine ahead Many a Century in the twinkle the Eye. Who knows but that Jerusalem will become a great Railroad enter. How would Omar s mosque do for a Union depot trains leaving Ery hour for Jericho Bethlehem and Hebron and three times a Day for Damascus and the Valley the euphrates. It is one the missions the progressive occident to stir up the East with Enterprise. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. F rom Washington. Tax postmaster general the 3d appointed David p. L Ebhart Indiana superintendent ch3 de d letter office vice George b. Hall Minnesota resigned. In the United states there were 172 business failures duing the seven Days ended the 4th against 10� the previous seven Dava the total failures from january i to data was 8,494, Gamst 7,470 in 183. At the leading Clearing houses in the United a Titas the exchanges during the week ended the 5th egg l gated $1,278,825,sl�7 against f 1,002,1-6,708 the previous week. As compared with the Cor res Tonding week 1888 tha increase amounted to 2 h. The president the 7th appointed Edward Leech the District Columbia director the mint Over sixteen thousand k Ichta Templar marched in procession through the streets j Washington the he. A who City was crowded with visitors it being estimated that fifty thousand strangers were present. President and mra Harrison reviewed the a procession from a stand in front Tho 5vhite House. The East. On the so two miners were instantly killed and one fatally in red by a fall Earth in a Colliery at Hazleton a Peter Sims a sons Morocco factory at Salem mass., was burned the 4th. Losa 1100,1100. John f. Lawrence Bangor. Me., sentenced to the Penitentiary for life for murdering his mistress. Miss Elmira Atwood in 1st was pardoned the 4th. Flames destroyed the mount Mansfield hotel at Stowe it Tho 4th. Loss $100,000. At Lockport n. Y., the first Snow storm the season occur Cal the 6th, causing the destruction Apple Trees and vege Tabieza at Johnstown. A two a re bodies were taken out the River the a the by the state forces which were at work taking out rubbish and opening Sewera from present appearances there were a great Many dead yet in the River. The death sex congressman a a. Hardenbergh acc erred at his hone in Jersey City n. Jon the 5th, aged fifty nine years two girls Mary Sweeney aged eighteen years and Annie Roach aged sixteen years took Poison the 7th in new York. No cause was known. Flames destroyed the Oliver Brothers machine so cps at Pittsburgh pa., the 7th. Lara a 10,00ft in the Connecticut election the 7th the vote cast the prohibitory Amend mint was about three to one against it the 81 h a Lal Orer named de vault to and in Bank notes while d going in Lincoln Park near bed Bank n. J. It was conjectured that the notes w Ere buried by a Bank robber named Sherman Twenty five yers ago. Charles f. Orris Buffalo. N. Y., shot hts Mother dead the 8th while she slept h s Throat with a razor. He stating that he was tired life and As his Mother con id not live without his support he ended her life. And then Cut left a letter mrs. Kendall the English act rest who u coming Over this season vowed when she married never to play love scenes with any one except her husband. This has saved her any number other scenes West and South. Senator Stanford a thre. Year old Sunol trotted a mile in 2 13? in Fresno Cul the 4th, breaking All previous records for three year old returns from the recent elections in the new state showed the 4th that in North Dakota the republicans elected All their candidates by about 10, majority their congressman and a Large majority the legislature and that prohibition Warf successful in South Dakota the Republican state ticket was elected by about 29,000 majority and prohibition carried by about 6,000 majority. The Republican majority in the legislature would be at least 0�, insuring the election two Republican states senators in Washngton the republicans elected their ticket by about 8,009 majority and three fourths the legislature would be Republican prohibition and woman suffrage a the Defeated. In Montana the republicans elected Carter to Congress w Ith the Resu t governor and legislature a doubt. On the 4th a negro Nam a Stark supposed to be the Man who recently shot into a Church at Moss Point m sow Ith fatal result was shot dead by a posse near that place. At East St Louis freight trains collided the 4th, seriously injuring five infer and killing the Trotter lady Gay valued at $15,-000, owned by George Mcfarland Boone la. At Fredericksburg a. Paul keys coloured was hanged the 4th for criminal assault upon a Little White girl he died protesting his innocence. On the 4th a traction engine went through a Bridge near Janesville. Ind., and John Sparks and Henry Wright were pinioned beneath the boiler and scaled to death by escaping steam Napoleon Bonaparte White and Joseph m. Marcus new Orleans gamblers committed suicide the 4lh because mayor Shakespeare s order that the gambling houses must be closed. The death colonel Peter Roberts a Veteran the mexican and by fuck Hawk wars occurred the 4th at Jacksonville Iii file destroyed the Hastings brew Ery company s buildings at Hastings neb., the 4th, and six Hundred barrels Beer were burned the 5th the National league base Ball season closed. New York winning the Pennant. The club finished in Tho following order new York .6 j percent Boston .648 Chicago .508 Philadelphia .496 Pittsburgh .462 Cleveland .462 Indianapolis .440 Washington .330. American association Brooklyn .674 St Louis .656 athletic .560 Baltimore .543 Cincinnati .537 Kansas City .427 Columbus .424 Louisville .192. On Lake Huron a terrific Galo prevailed the 5th, causing loss to shipping at various Porta and at Sand Beach three men lost their lives. Lbs. R c Coox and mrs. Samuel Abbey two highly respected ladies Sandwich ill were struck by a train while driving across the track the a eth and killed. At Burlington la there was a severe Frost the 6th which effectually killed most kinds vegetation. In a Gale the 5th at the Mouth the Lake Superior shop canal the steamers i Bea Aemer and Schuylkill were wrecked causing a loss $100,000. The restaurant r e. Lott at Winona miss., was burned the 5th, and four men sleeping in apartments above perished in the Fimea Felix Kampp while drunk stabbed his son and daughter to death the 5th at Charleston w. A. Kellogg Johnson a Bliss Chicago hardware dealer suffered a loss $300,-000 by fire in the 5th. Father Boyle a Catholic priest was convicted in Raleigh n. C., the 5th criminal assault miss Geneva Whitaker and was sentenced to be hanged november 29. In the Vicinity Emmet county la Prairie fires the 5th destroyed thousands tone Hay causing great distress among the Farmers. The wife a. N. Garde lost her life by inhaling smoke., near Indianapolis ind., three men engaged in making counterfeit ten offi a Gold pieces were captured the 5th. The Leader j. M. Mcbride confessed that they had been engaged in the business for several months and had got rid a Large amount the stuff in Indiana Kentucky and . On the 5tb general j. R Chalmers the Republican candidate for gov Ejnor Mississippi withdrew his name from the ticket along the line the South Shore Road Naar Superior. Via Forest fires were raging the 6th, and a Large amount farming property was being destroyed. An Xiaoe diary the 7th set fire to the bars John Baw Muir a firm near Lima o., and ten horses three cows and a Quantity gain w Ere destroyed with the building . Driscoll shot his wife the 7th who was acting As dining room girl in a hotel St Wolcottville and and then killed himself. She would recover. A Prairie file nearly destroyed the Touti est Berville la., the 7th. A number farm residences were burned but cite Zens turned out and by their support the ? to n was s tved. In Arkansas Mississippi and Louisiana to get 7th injured Small crops. L in Northern and Central California the first rain the season fell the 7th. On the night it it the eth James Dean a Farmer Frankfort township min shot and killed his eight year old son by Accident the boy was a somnambulist and i wandered into a shed and the father took him for a thief. George Beloat was the 7th found guilty at Princeton ind., murdering Henry Tribble several a weeks ago and his punishment file 1 at life imprisonment. John Devault shot miss Lulu Williamson. Slightly wounding her and then killed himself the 7lh at Barton Jealousy w As the cause. Flames in the Bates House at Indianapolis incl the 7th caused a loss $35,000 and great fright to the two Hundred guests. No one was seriously injured. It w As stated the Quot the that the republicans would have a majority joint ballot in the Montana legislature thus securing two United states senators. William Edwards a roof Cleveland. �., w wholesale grocers w Ere damaged by fire the 8th to the extent 4125,1-00. Near Lex Egton n. C., Robert berries killed his Mother in Law . Walzer the 8th to get Possession his child and then tied with it several persons were badly burned while visiting a Gas w Ell the 8th near Jerome ind., and one Rev. Or. Mormon was instantly killed by the falling Over the pipe through w hich the Gas escaped. Up to Over two thousand tons raisins had been shipped East from Fresno cal., this season. Man acres celery in the Vicinity Kalamazoo Mich., were destroyed by the recent hard frosts nearly All Tho business portion Rocky mount va., was destroyed by fire the 8th the death Zephaniah Webster Bunce occurred the 8th at port Huron Mich., at the age nearly Cue Hundred and to years. He was born in Hartford Conn., november 14, 1787. During Hii life he held Many Public offices. In the Cronin murder Case in Chicago f More jurors were sworn in the 8th, making eight jurors secured since the Case opened seven weeks ago. Excitement existed at Mexico mo., the 8th Over an organized attempt made to Burn Tho principal res id it portion the town. In Chicago the 8th mrs Fritz Katz aged Twenty seven years killed her six weeks old child and herself with cafe Ohio acid. Insanity was the cause. Foreign intelligence. At so Johns n. B., an attempt is As made the 4th to Poison the families three protestant ministers by Candy sent through the mails. Tho wife one the ministers had died. At alte Bruch Germany a scaffolding be Ifon the 4th and seven men were killed in France re ballots w Ere taken the Goth in the districts in which the recent elections for Xuerab frs the chamber deputies were without definite result and it was estimated that two thirds the 183 constituencies w hich balloted went Republican Boulanger and his followers being vanquished thirty four vessels were destroyed in the Harbor Carmen mx., by the recent storm and Moro than one Hundred houses were levelled to the ground. Loss $1,-oob.o. The province Cagliari in Italy was recently ravaged by a terrific storm in which two Hundred and forty houses were destroyed sixteen persons were killed and hundreds were injured advices the 6th from London say that a terrible Hurricane had visited the Island Sardinia and one Hundred persons were buried in the debris building shattered by the storm and thirty were killed m Mons were the 7th said Tobe flocking to the Canadian Northwest from Utah. The Dominion authorities would prosecute them to the full extent the Law if they could get proof polygamy. Throughout great Britain and Ireland a terrific Gale prevailed the 7th, and numerous buildings were demolished and several persons were injured Many Trees w Ere uprooted the Steamer City Paris arrived at Queenstown the 8th after a rough voyage in which her decks were swept by heavy seas and a female passenger and her child were swept overboard and Owned Ami ten other passengers were severely injured. _ later. The magnificent $-196,000 residence . Clem Studebaker at South Bend and was almost totally destroyed by fire Early the morning the 9th. There was Only $25,009 insurance the building. Mrs. Studebaker was dangerously burned. W. A Robinson a co., Oil dealers Providence r a failed the 9th for $300,000. An alarming epidemic typhoid fever prevailed the 9th at Aurora w. 5a, the entire neighbourhood for Miles around being infected. Samuel Ganbaum aged one Hundred and four years left Maco Upin county i1l, the 9th for Kansas to live with his sons . Garraux was Hale and Hearty and was never so ill As to need the services a Phi Simian. The eighteenth anniversary the great Chicago fire in which $200,000,000 Worth property was destroyed occurred the 9th. Joseph Marshall coloured shot and fatally w funded his w Ife in Windsor ont the 9th because she refused to chop some Wood. Near so Anne iii., the 9th was found the steel Chest the Safe in the Exchange Bank that place which w As carried off by robbers the night october 1. In it con tents $1,000 in Cash w Ere found intact a Robert Branton shot his w Ife fatally and killed himself in a Drunken jealous fit at Salt Lake City the 9th. Be Nob Caamano the new minister from Ecuador was presented to president Harrison the 9th by Secretary Blaine. The new minister is an sex president Ecuador. The annual report the 9th the Western Union for the year ended june 30 showed profit $6,213,041 surplus 18,-611,401, an increase in profits Over last year 11,140,4 91 remarkably cold weather prevailed the 9th in Arizona and the mountains East Jaf Tucson were covered with Snow. An Appeal for Aid fuel food and clothing was made the 9th in behalf the people Stevens county kan., where four successive failures crops had left the farming population w without Means support. A fire the 9th at the Michigan state prison at Jack destroyed the Library school room and a Large amount Boot and shoe Stock. At Auburn n. Y., judge Davy decided the 9th that the electrical execution Law was constitutional and remanded Kummler to the custody Wardon Durston Auburn prison for execution. John Eise Nibbo a Baltimore wife beater was Given thirteen lashes at the jail whip Ping Post the 9th. Tub grand Encampment knights Templar in Washington the 9th Dis posed the controversy Between the Iowa knights and grand master Roome. Sustaining the latter and censuring the Iowa knights for their attitude. They were then restored to Friendship mount Vernon was visitor where the comm an Dory held a Aero ice Orer the grave Washington. A reception waa Giren at tace White House by the president Palace runs the Home Hon. Clem Studebaker at South blend ind. Almost entirely destroyed by fire eos Over a i50,00d�?mrs. Studebaker nearer loses her life in heroically rescuing her grandchild South Bend. Ind., oct. 10.�?the magnificent Stone House . Clem Studebaker which Cost about $330,00 it. Has been almost entirely destroyed by fire. The residence w As one Tho largest and costliest in the West it was built Indiana Field Stone with tile roof and Copper facings and the Interior was finished in the costliest native and for a in Woods v Hile it was furnished in the richest style throughout the Art gallery inst mrs. Are Ais in a the burned mansion. On the third floor was filled with rare works Art and All these were destroyed. Or. Studebaker is absent As a member the International american Congress and was to have entertained that body in this House the 19th the rest the family except Studebaker and her grandchild away from Home. Mra Studebaker covered the fire at 2 clock a m. Closet opposite . so Den a and under the rear stairway. It we As evidently caused by spontaneous combustion some Oil rag which painters had been using and thrown in there. Next to the closet was the elevator Shaft reaching to the roof and by this the flames shot up and spread All Over the building in an incredibly Short time. The Servante had a narrow escape and mrs Studebaker herself was found out the Terrace nearly insensible and dangerously burned clasping her grandchild in her arms. Owing to the careful manner in which the Structure was built and its supposed Security from fire . Studebaker carried but $35,000 insurance. The loss is hard to estimate the House being filled w Ith Bric a Brac and rare paintings. It is thought however that it will reach Over $150,000. One the servants was compelled to slide Down a water spout from a third Story w window in order to save herself. Or. Studebaker a House was Only finished a few months ago september 13 . And mrs. Studebaker celebrated the Twenty fifth anniversary their marriage and formally opened the magnificent residence which was completed last february. Twelve Hundred invitations w Ere issued to friends and relatives in the United Spates cauda and England. Among the guests were All their old personal friends and neighbors who could remember the simple Legains their f run is. The House in its proportions and appointments probably surpassed any thing in Indiana r it was an embodiment All that wealth and taste Coull suggest and modern kill and invention devise. Tie architects w Ere Cobb and Frost Chicago. Type material was native Cobblestone irregular in form and varied in color. It stands upon a natural Elevation surrounded by smoothly shaved lawns which slope to the North and East and Are broken Here and there by Beds Brilliant Flowers. There Are several Fine old Oaks to the South and East. With its massive Walls its turrets and Tho irregular roofs it looked like some Feudal Castle. The House was almost lavishly furnished throughout the Nevada Bank. Flood and famine find Many victims in Japan a Over 1.430 lives lost and thousand houses swept away fatal Hurricane in Sardinia by which a great Many were killed. Deaths aoent8 at work in Japan. San Francisco oct 7. Advices received from Japan state according to the latest report published in the Osaka Asahi the Bun that 233 houses Havo been destroyed and 217 persons killed drow Ned by the floods at Tatsukawa. Several thousand people Are destitute food a Telegram from the chief police inspector the Wakayama prefecture dated August 3�, announced that 1,079 persons were drowned by the late floods. 122 crushed to death 143 injured severely 5,213 houses swept away and demolished 2g.386 buildings submerged and Many Bridges and embankments damaged. The Tokyo Koron under Date september 12, states that the afternoon september 11, at Tho Dock Yard at Tokio one the boilers the Steamer Yeijan Maru exploded killing eight engineers and a fireman and blowing up the vessel. A hurricanes Many victims. Rome oct. 7.�?a terrible Hurricane swept the entire length Sardinia saturday leveling Many villages and doing incalculable damage to property. Hundreds people were buried in the ruins their own Homes and thirty Are known to have lost their lives. Paris oct 7.�?the province Cagliano has been ravaged by a terrific storm in which 340 houses were destroyed. 8ixteen persons were killed and hundreds were in Jurell. The town Cagliari suffered severely. They Are champions. The knights Templar. The new York club wins the National Duse Hall league Pennant standing the other clubs. The National league championship season 1889 ended saturday and never before in the history base Ball championship contests has the race been so close so desperately fought. Saturday noon bos ton and new York were each confident w qing the Pennant we Hile Chicago and Philadelphia were each As equally sure that the third place in the rate was theirs. A the result saturday s games new York Steps Over Boston s head and bears off the Pennant Chicago rests third place from Philadelphia Cleveland and Pittsburgh stand tied for fifth place and Indianapolis and Washington bring up the rear. The following table is self explanatory against. A,��3 r�,ti5 amp s z.-143 i,.173 ,3ui the the National Bon. Lotf. Per Senf. New York. .81 43 .659 boat ton. .81 45 .618 Chicago. .6? 65 .503 Pinlac Lelaia. I 04 .496 Pitts urge. .61 71 .46 Cleveland. .62 a .462 Indiana oops. .59 75 .440 Washington. .41 84 a turn Michigan base bail league season closed Friday and Jackson has we the Pennant Saginaw second with grand rapids Greenvill Kaiama zoos Lansing and flints following in the order named probable the league will reorganize season. A a germans celebrate. It is next Connecticut refuse to adopt a prohibitory amendment to the state constitutions returns from Montana South Dakota legislature to meat next tuesday a the senatorial fight. No prohibition in Connecticut. 1 Hartford. Conn., oct amp a Connecticut voters had their initial experience in mondays town elections with the new secret ballot system. It is a modification the australian plan Only requiring that ballots shall be printed in Long primer official paper that Booths be provided where a voter May secretly place his ballot in an official envelope w hich he seals himself and that ticket paddlers shall remain 100 feet Distant from the polls. Returns from 102 the 168 towns give a majority 28,500 against the prohibitory amendment and it is Defea de by probably 25,000 majority in the state. J he total vote in View the general apathy in the elections will not exceed 100,000. The votes in principal places Are a for Hartford. 1, >10 a w Haven. 1/07 Waterbury. 0.9 Bridgeport. 157 Norwalk a. Danbury. &1 8everai Rural towns voted Down amendment although voting under present local option Law against liquor Selling within their own territory. The returns elections town officers show no material changes from year. Returns from Montana. Ii Exena mont., oct. 8.�?advices Are that Tho republicans have elected their whole legislative ticket in Madison county one member for which has heretofore been conceded to the Democrat and also that the republicans gain one member in Fergus county. If other Republican gains hold Good this w ill make the 8tate Senate a a and the House Republican by Rora 1 to 4 majority. Chairman Seligman the Republican state committee still claims the legislature and does not concede tha election Toole for governor. The official count in lock county will be made this week and that we i 1 Settle the matter the governorship unless the republicans should Institute a contest which now seems probable. South Dakota a legislature. Huron r d., oct. 8.�?at noon tuesday october 15, the first legislature South Dakota will assemble at Pierre. Tho first bu8�ne 8 will be the election two United states senators. The candidates Are judge Gideon c. Moody dead Wood Hon. T. Pettigrew Sioux Haifa judge a. J. Edgerton Mitchell and Alonzo Wardell Mil Bank. Information obtained from those in position to know gives judge Moody 80 and Pettigrew 68 pledge with a possibility 12 additional for Moody and 14 for Pettigrew. The remaining 37 40 votes will be divided about equally Between Edgerton and Wardell Tho latter claiming however that he will receive 35. Sex senator fair resigns its presidency and Young flood succeeds him�?1 to closing chapter the famous wheat Deal 1887. San Francisco oct. 10.�?at a meeting stockholders the Nevada Bank wednesday sex senator fair resigned As president and director giving press other business As his reason. The resignation was accepted and James l food was elected president the Bank. The action sex senator fair brings to an end the last chapter in the we heat Deal 1887, which Cost the Bonanza crowd several million Dollar in the Early part 1887, during the Absei John w. Mackay and owing to the inability James g. Food who was then seriously 111, to attend to its affairs the Bank got seriously involved in a disastrous wheat speculation through cashier George Brander Spoor judgment which nearly wrecked the enormous fortunes its stockholder it was then that senator fair came to the Rescue. Well provided with funds w hich he had just realized from the Sale the South Pacific coast Railroad he came to the Relief his old time partners and placed his spare millions at their disposal he also devoted his personal attention to the re habitation the Bank a affairs assuming the position president which he has since filled. The losses incurred by the different w heat factions Are estimated at from $8,000,000 to a 10,000,000, which included $1,000,000 in government Bond belonging to miss Jennie flood and the private resources the firm were trenched heavily to make them Good. Business has since run along smoothly. On the death James g. Flood his son took his place and now As Umes the presidency the Nevada Bank it being understood the it the Loans advanced by fair have been paid. Anniversary the limping their Colony in Tui country. Philadelphia oct 7.�?the 206th anniversary the Landing the German Pioneer settlers in Philadelphia was celebrated sunday afternoon by a Large meeting at the Hall the German society at Marshall and Spring Garden streets. Or. Gross the Gatiuan Hospital presided and spoke in German and English. Addresses were also made in German by prof. Side Slicker and . Kellner and m English by City solicitor Warwick. Over 4,0u0 people were present St. Louis oct. 7.�?�?ogerman Day was celebrated Here sunday in a notable Way. The principal feature was a monster Parade Thero being Over 25,000 men in line. The line March was from the Southern part the City to the heart passing the court House where the Parade was reviewed by mayor Noonan and other City officials. All religious and political features were excluded and no flags except the German and american National flags were permitted. Sunday night there we As a Fine display fire works upon the River followed by excursions and balls Steamer a monster meeting assembled in music Hall. Exposition building w Here patriotic speeches were made and a musical pro rapine rendered by the German singing societies a nor westerns fury. A Day at the Mills. Crash in oils. W. A. Robinson. A co., Providence r. I., fait for 9300,000. Providence r. A oct 10.�?w. A. Robinson a Cooil dealers have assigned to . #. Swift now Bedford. The firm was established in 1829, and has an Oil refinery in new Bedford and an office in this City. While no figures Are obtainable the indebtedness the firm is placed at from. $250,000 to $300,000. About $100,000 this amount is due in this City. Flames in a prison. Fire Canses a loss about s30.000 at the Michigan Penitentiary in Jackson. Jackson Mich., oct 10.�?at 11 30 wednesday morning the East Wing the prison known As the Echo and Library caught file from winners salamanders the roof. When the fire was discovered the roof was in flame after two hours hard work the flames were got under control the entire building was gutted and Only the Walls left standing. Perfect order was maintained among the convicts during the Progress the flame the total Loas is estimated at Between $25,0u0 and $30,000, with no insurance. Must die by wire. Auburn n. Y., oct 10.�?county judge Davy filed his decision in the Kemmler Case. The Case w As a Hareas Corpus proceeding to test the constitutionality the electrical execution Law. Judge Davy decides the the Law is constitutional and remands the prisoner to the custody Warden Durston Auburn prison for execution. Damaging storm lakes Huron and Erie vessel wrecked and Throe lives lost. Chicago oct 7.�?the heavy Northwest Galo that blew Over lower Lake Huron sunday was disastrous to life and shipping. Two seamen were killed Lake Huron off Sand Beach and a woman wend the was drowned near the Mouth the Detroit River. The boats ashore sunk Lake Huron and Lake Elia near the Mouth the Detroit River Are Rhoda Emily ashore at White Rock c. H. Weeks ashore and a total loss lady Franklyn ashore at Lake Huron Magruder ashore at Sand Beach Glasgow ashore Pelee Island wend the wave sunk by collision. Ishpeming Mich oct 7.�?a Hancock Mich special says Steamer Bessemer and Consort Schuylkill Cleveland were . Eked at the Mouth the Lake Superior ship canal Friday night the Crew Nineteen men was saved with difficulty by the life saving Crew under command Captain Ain Ocha the loss vessels and cargoes is from $8 ,960 to $100,000. Four men love their lives in a fire at Winona. Mgt is. New Orleans oct 7.�?a special to the Picayune from Winona mis says about 3 clock sunday morning r e. Lott s two Etory restaurant building was burned and four out the nine men who occupied sleeping apartments in the upper Story were burned to death. The dead Are a Thomas merchant Cumberland miss. J. Law try and Lon Crouch merchants Hopen Lendey mis Paul Williams Farmer Sun Creek mis they were All prominent citizens in their respective communities and were their w a Home from Memphis where they had been purchasing Good the other five occupants the upper Story escaped by climbing Down the awning jumping. A j. Cook and w. L. Alford who jumped were badly injured. The pecuniary loss is net Large. A a a two ladies Sam Lwirt. Iii. Killed at a railway crossing. Sandwich 111., oct 7.�?a terrible Accident occurred Here saturday evening resulting in the death two highly respected ladies this City mrs r c. Cook and Samuel Abbey. The ladies were in the act crossing the Chicago Burlington a Quincy railway track at main Street when the buggy in w hich they were Riding was struck by the fast West bound express train and thrown a considerable distance from the trac c. When picked up both ladies were alive but died in a Short time. The Earl takes the oath. Berlin oct 7.�?the Earl Zetland the new Viceroy Ireland took the oath office at Dublin Castle saturday. The mexican Cyclone. City Mexico oct. 7. A the losses occasioned in the City Carmen by the late storm Are estimated at $500,000. News great destruction to other towns near Carmen is now coming a Parl Scala and Partido have suffered the loss Many House in the Vicinity the last named town ail crops Are a Complete loss. In Aquada de Purto real ail the houses with the International congressmen visit the Dusy factories it Lowell and Lawrence mass. Boston oct. 8.�?the delegates to the International Congress Swient monday in lax w re Nee and Lowell. At the former place they inspected the Pacific Mills and the paper Mills w. A. Russell amp co. At the Pacific Quot Mills each the delegates were Given a handkerchief containing the portraits 5n Ashing Tojo and Harrison. One the foreigners remarked that he bad carefully inspected celebrated Mills Manchester eng., and that he found the new England Mills far Superior in perfection machinery Light ventilation and rapidity outfit the delegates visited three concerns in Lowell saw 8,000 operatives at work and witnessed the operation 4,124 looms weaving carpets and clothing i a pics and 170,0j0 spindles driven by an aggregate 8,060 horse Power supplemented by Tho weight the Merrimac River water. The Day was the first one solid business the lines upon and within which the internal ional Congress was projected. The foreigners in several instances placed themselves in closer relation Wath the manufacturing interests visited. They carefully and shrewdly observed what they saw and talked prices terms and business methods with the Heads the establishment Mexico for instance indicated an interest in carpets and Costa Rica has scrutinized Prin i with a business purpose. Sticks up for her rights. Regents and Queen Natalie refine to leave Belgrade in Defiance Servi a a rulers. Belgrade oct. 8.�?queen Natalie has Given her final answer to the the Cabinet and is determined to remain in Belgrade. She has resolved she says not Only to face All the consequences a de Fiance Servia a rulers but will decline to accept any decision the Skup Schina restrict ing her stay in Servia. She stoutly maintains / fit amps that it is beyond the / province and the Powers the Ordinary Tefere in the matter. Natalie. Skup Schina to in the care will be appealed to the court j the exception four were destroyed by appeals. The court holds that the presumption the constitutionality the act has not been overcome by the prisoner inasmuch As he has not shown conclusively that the infliction death by electricity is a cruel and inhuman a and so pro Jib Ltd gtd by tha Constitution Trees falling upon them. With the report so far received the loss will not fall Short $1,000,000. A 4� my a Fine Monument a been placed above the grave the Lato Oliver Ditton the music publisher the maritime conference. It will Convene in Washington october la Forten delegates arriving. Washington oct 8.�?the Secretary state has been notified that Japan will be represented at the maritime conference which meets october 16 by Tau Khara the Imperial depart Junt communication and lieutenant r by a Imperial Navy the legation at Washington several delegates to the conference have already arrived Aud the office the Secretary at the state department Hsu begun to assume a business like appearance. The delegates will assemble at the columbian University Law school october 16 and effect a organization. The conference expires by limitation december 31, but it is probable that it will have concluded its a scions two weeks before that time. A Workman in a Minnesota Kaany almost torn to pieces. K arson minn., oct a James Johnson an employee in Mcdonough it goes Stone quarries at Waterville w As amusing himself by playing with a Coil rope which waa attached to some machinery in the Mill where they saw Stone he became tangled in some manner and was whirled around violently tearing his shoes off breaking his legs and tearing one Arm so badly As to necessitate amputation. He survived the operation Only a Short time dying in great agony. Death general Lebrun. Paris oct amp a general Lebrun is he became famous during the prussian War 1870. Dead. Franco fifteen thousand the Templar March through the Street the National capital a Fri pliant opening to the triennial conclave. Washington oct 9.�?the triennial Parade Tho knights Templar has been held. By 9 clock a. M. The command Orles were astir each preparing for a place in Tho division the grand Parade which it was to form a part a Short time after tills hour the first division the Parade met and forming f Street Marebu a to the Ebbitt House where it a also to form the escort for the grand Encampment Short after 10 clock the grand Encampment escorted by this division moved to the Capitol the other eleven divisions the Para time were formed near the Capitol at 11 clock ready to fall into line and Anarch past the White House to be reviewed by the president acid past the reviewing stand tha eminent grand master. A grand stand had been erected in front the White House for the Usa the president and a cited guests and the eminent grand master reviewed the procession Froni the stand at the Corner thirteenth and k streets. The line March was from the Capitol up Pennsylvania Avenue and past the White House to k Street and Down k Street to thirteenth. When the procession moved there were 15,000 knights in line. There w Ere no car rages except those conveying the officers the grand Encampment and no mounted companies Only commanding officers divisions being mounted. The members wore their full uniform knights Templar with swords and hats decorated with flowing plumes and All the details the handsome regalia the sir Knight Luch division was preceded by a band in Brilliant uniforms which with the officers mounted richly Capar ironed horses gave to the spectacle a most St King and impressive appearance stands had been erected at various Points along the Avenue from which the citizens and visitors viewed the pageant Aud the roofs windows doors and sidewalks were crowded for Miles along the line. The procession marched in Tho following order eminent sir m. M. Parker chief marshal wit a Chiet staff and . First d vision eminent sir w. G. Moore commanding with , and Washington Ltd. escort no officers the grand Encampment eminent grand master Roora and his personal staff. Second div s right eminent s r Slyck commanding grand Eom Manderius Massachusetts and Rhode Island and subordinate Emma Dene third d v s right eminent sir a. Wood commanding grand commander new York and subordinate comma series. Fourth div a loan right eminent s r j. L. Beck command no grand comm Anderies Virginia Vermont. New Hampshire and Connecticut and subordinate comm Anderies. Fifth division right eminent sir Henry Parkins commanding grand comm Anderies Ohio Kentucky and Maine with subordinate commander is. d vision a right eminent sir to c. Hippie commanding grand commander Pennsylvania subordinate comm Anderies. Seventh d vision a right eminent sir T. Bacon commanding grand Indiana Texas and Michigan with subordinate comm Anderies. Eighth right eminent sir Norman t. Gassette commanding grand commander and subordinate comm Anderies. Ninth div s right eminent Samuel h. Wagoner commanding grand comm Anderies California Tennessee Wisconsin and new Jersey and subordinate comm Anderies. Tenth division right eminent sir s. G. Howard commanding grand comm Anderies , Missouri Alabama Mississippi and Flou Siana and subordinate commander is. Eleventh division right eminent s r w. H. Sanborn command no grand comm Anderies Minnesota Kansas Maryland Colorado Arkansas North Carolina West and Nebraska with subordinate comm Anderies. Twelfth division ought pm nent sir w. D. Stiles command no grand comm Anderies Dakota Washington Wyoming Aud Montana and preceptor is from Canada. A Largo number distinguished person w Ere the grand stand erected in front the president a mansion and facing the line March the knights Templar Parade. The stand gayly decorated w Ith red White and Blue Bunting. The presidential party were notified the approach the procession at 12 20, and they formed in procession and Wal ced to the stand. Or. Scott and Scott lord led the party w hich consisted the president and Secretary Windom. Mrs. Harrison mrs. Halford Secretary Noble Secretary Rusk postmaster general Wanamaker attorney general Miller assistant Secretary Bat Jiel. Ler. Walker Blaine general Schofield miss Sanger assistant adjutant general Vincent and a number Indiana friends. The party were seated in the Center the stand and spent the few minutes before the arrival the procession in nodding to acquaintances. Secretary Blaine made his appearance when a part the first division had passed. When eminent sir Myron m. Parker the Gran 3 marshal the Parade and has staff forty five appeared in sight the president took a position standing in the Center the platform. The officers the grand Encampment w Ere in carriages and preceded by the first division were the first top �83 the president the occupants the carriages saluted the president by raising thir hats As they passed and these salutations w Ere gracefully returned by tk9 president after passing the executive mansion the procession moved up Pennsylvania Avenue to Washington Circle at the intersection k Street passing around the equestrian statue Washington and began its return March k Street. At mount 5 Ernon Square Ariyo blocks beyond the reviewing stand the procession disbanded. The grand Encampment began its session immediately upon arriving at masonic Temple at the close the Parade. Or Myron m. Parker delivered an address Welcome the part the local committee and introduced commissioner Douglass who welcomed the knights in behalf the City. To both addresses the grand master responded and this closed the Public exercise Tho Encampment then began its business in secret conclave. The Iowa trouble immediately loomed up and a Resolution we As offered excluding t e members from that state from the session. The Resolution was carried and the Iowa members somewhat indignantly withdrew. Tomb Drill a comm Anderies Volt the Washington the compete be Tler Eption at the 54 1iite he us the iowan readmitted. Washington oct. 10.�?the oin Man cries knights Templar visited the Tomb Washington at mount Vernon wednesday. The party was composed it f 632 sir knights and their Ladi a 55 Ith them were three band music it and the Weber Quartetti Rockford 111 arriving at the Tomb exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. And eminent sir James Miller grand prelate then followed Quot Tho sword Bunko Hill a by the consolidated., bands after w came a responsive service led by the Gran 1 commander and participated in by each Cox Mandery in turn. Eminent sir de55ittt. Cregier eminent commander Apollo no. 1, delivered an address Blackfort Kavanagh Grace Church Sung a nearer my god to aft a which followed an address by Rev. Sir Knight George c. Lor Imer old the services were closed w Ith prayer and Benediction by the grand prelate. The feature the Day in the City was the exhibition Drill at the Washington base Ball grounds which was participated in by Apollo commander no. 15, Troy n. Louisville no. 1, and de Molay no. 12, Louisville by. Detroit no. 1, Detroit. Mich., and the a Little Mandery the Louisville masonic Home. The several comm Anderies acquitted themselves with credit and All received Well Meri pid applause Lor the precision with which they performed the intricate evolutions the templars Drill. The appearance and military bearing the a Little commander a did credit to its training and in Tine evolutions it out Nias tired Many the older and More experienced organization the Parade the Nobles the Mystic shrine furnished the spectacular feature the Days programme. Almas Temple headed by the Marine band had the right line and was followed by Pyramid Templo Bridgeport Conn. Al Jebel Temple Denver Media Temple , Lulu Temple Philadelphia Ararat Temple Kansas City syrian Temple Pittsburgh Osman Temple St Paul Osius Temple 55 he Olinc w. 5 it and Oriental Temple Troy n. There were also Small delegations from t f temples in other sections the country but they did not Maich As separate organizations the reception tendered the sir knights and their indies by president Harrison at the White House 5v�?Tednesday night was As usual similar occasions a very Brilliant affair. The sidewalks by 7 clock in Tho Vicinity the mansion were thronged with sic knights and lady companions and Long lines people two and four abreast extended for squares in different directions w waiting for the reception to begin. At 8 39 the doors the 5vbite House were opened and the people began to enter. 1 he mansion was handsomely decorated for the occasion potted plants tropical Flowers and Beds roses being everywhere in profusion. Tho spacious East room was brilliantly illuminated and perhaps never before. With the gorgeous uniforms the six f nights and the handsome costumes their ladies presented a most animated apr Yearance. The president received Tho guests in the red room assisted by Hanison Windom mrs. Miller Noble Rusk and ail the members the Cabi it except Secretary Proctor who is out the City. They were first introduced to the president by eminent sir Knight Myron m. Parker Washington and he Shook hands w Ith each but As the throng in waiting seemed endless the president soon abandoned hand shaking to expedite the passage the crowd. The sir knights and ladies then passed along rapidly saluting the Dent As they passed by. The n6sts entered the front doorway and passed ont the rear portico into the grounds South the 55fh to House which were brilliantly illuminated with Chine a lanterns and coloured lamps. A Stream poured in and out the Man Sion until 11 clock when the front doors were closed. There were perhaps 39.00 1 people in line and wait no to shake hands w Ith get a glimpse president Harrison but not More than one third this number reached him. It a a Lovely Moonlight night and Many Tho commander bands escorted their members to and from the 55 Hite House the ladles accompanying the is r knights in arching with them through the smooth Asphaltum covered Street at the session the grand Encampment in the afternoon Ibe Iowa Case came up. Past grand master James h. Hopkins chairman the committee jurisdiction brought in a report reciting that the Giand and subordinate comm Anderies Iowa had been punished sufficiently for their disloyalty in being suspended from Templar Intercourse with the comm Anderies the other states and the order generally throughout the country and recommending that the order interdicting All Templar Intercourse with the grand commander Iowa and the other Knight Templar the United states be no longer considered in Force. The recommendations the committee found immediate favor with the member the grand Encampment. A love feast prevailed in All sides and amid considerable enthusiasm the Resolution the committee w a adopted Aud the grand commander Iowa we As cordially w a loomed Back into full Fellowship. The committee the next meeting the triennial conclave ported in favor Louisville by. After the railroads. The Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul company indicted for violating the interstate Commerce Law. St. Paul minn., oct. I0i�?the Milwaukee Road has been indicted by the United state grand jury for Vio actions the inter state Commerce Law and the trial the came will be Tho greatest importance testing As it will the right railroads to charge higher rates to Interior towns than to so tank and Minneapolis. There is also involved in the Issue the j question hundreds thou Sands dollars Revenue to the Railroad the trial the Case will demonstrate the right the Railroad companies to ignore the Long and Short haul clause the inter state Law in instances where it affect the roads Revenue. A Michigan Pioneer. Death it port Huron m judge a bunco at the age nearly 102. Port Huron. Mich., oct. 9.�?�?ojudge�?� Bunce As he was familiarly called died at his Home in this township yesterday morning. Had he lived until november 14 next he Woulff have been 102 years old. His full name w As Zephaniah Webster Bunce. He was born at Hartford Conn., november 14, 1787. The famous charter Oak stood what was Tea original Bunce farm. Judge Bunce occupied Many Public offices being the Bench the county court in 1834 and for fifteen years thereafter and was a member the territorial legislature from 1821 to 182. An Iowa tragedy. Waverly. I. Oct 8.�?a Large barn belonging to John Cox a Farmer near this City was burned late sunday evening. Shortly after the fire a discovered two pistol shot were heard in the Bam and in the morning the charred Bones a human being were found in the ruin they Are supposed to be those a tramp who had entered the barn and after setting it fire committed suicide. Broke his Neek. Massolt o., get 8�?John Spindler an 1 eccentric Bachelor living near Burton City i a mining tillage was thrown from his horse while giving cattle monday and had Hajj a a broken tie leaves $75, >00, j an awful crime. Charley t. Orris Buff to. Shoot his Mother and Cut his own Throat Buffalo. N y., oct 9. A Charley t. Orris was found lying tha floor his sitting room in his House in lower main Street with his Throat Cut from ear to ear. In an adjoining bed room his Mother was found the floor and halt in bed with a Ballet wound i 1 her forehead a note was taken from Orris Vest pocket saying that he was tired life and As his Mother could not get along without him he would end her suffering also. The note also contained instructions for the disposition his body a Aluig he preferred Are Matin possible re All about a widow. A jealous suitor for her hand fatally shoot he rival and kills himself. I qua. Oct. 10.�?Henry Hoffman and Law it Nee Huter both men 45 years age courted the same woman a Young widow named Lerzer. Huter was the favored suitor. Hoffman became jealous and called Huter yen Esdar morning shortly after 8 clock. The men exchanged a few word when Hoffman Drew a revolver and fired. Huter fell at the first shot Hoffman stood Over him and fired a second time. Hoffman then shot himself in the neck killing himself. Huter still lives but can not recover. Still Hale and Hearty. Samuel Garraux removal from to Kansas at the ago 104 years. Alton iii., oct 10.�?this Section has just lost its oldest inhabitant Ramauel Garraux a conf in county aged 194 years he has moved to Kansas to join tis children he having three sons and daughter living in that state one daughter in by Louis and another at Brighton. He has two other sons oat West his wife is living. Or. Garraux was born in England August 18, 1785. Or. Garraux is still Hale and Hearty. He both Mokee and Chaws Toby Cea he was Nevar so ill void the mar Vecei it by Tioila

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