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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 3, 1887, South Haven, MichiganHaven vol. So u a Al a ii a v -�23&Quot? k is Cable Are treed to Lell the a a us Tori Europe to a Erk and Anwer Lea to euro Jim. The it to nation no inner it about 2,700 a Oul. Of their there Are about 900 at the Durango Agency and 1,800 at Ouray and Uit Tali. In Hebron township amp �,., a few Days ago during a Serene storm the House a resident was a filled with a Fec Trici that a invalid was cured by it. Every Man thinks be is about right himself. An old Quaker said to his wife a fall the world is queer except thee and Rae and the is a Little t it has been computed that the death rate the world is about 67 a minute 97,790 a Day and 15,639,835 a year while the birth rate is 70 a minute 100,800 a Lay and 36,792,000 a year. Cole younger one tinny famous for Liis association with the a Jame Boya Jwia ing a life sentence in the Penitentiary at Stillwater mann., is in Juning a Small local Pupiec in that institution. A Raleigh lady has a Cactus which has bloomed but once and once Only and that was the night the earthquake last. It is now in Bud again but the owner is not sure but that the fact a tends another quake. Tiie Boston bean has Bome much contumely a Ong with a High rate daily consumption but its Day Triumph is at hand. Richard bean a Boston her slip Driver has news that he and his a i a her Art heirs to a $10,#0q,000 estate heft by a Texas relative. .ijlg"1&Quot a gab Joseph Frangus the famous inventor life saving apparatus who has Long been a resident new Jersey has gone to san Diego to live permanently. Or. Francis is now eighty yearn old. He is accompanied by his Bojt who is past fifty years ago. In a recent Issue United Ireland Tiblin tells the Irish landlords that Home Rule is inevitable and advises them to make the Best the situation. It predicts the election a Home Rule House commons in a few weeks and the meeting the Irish parliament m 1888. A Hap the world Meide in 1529, received at the state Library in Albany although made Long before Henry Hud a was born shows the Hudson River it. It is a fac simile the map by Lii hero called the Borgia map. Who a discovered the Hudson River is therefore still an open question. A wealthy Young heiress who a rear two ago ran away and married her grandmother s Coachman was recently so reduced to poverty that she was compelled to apply to the poor master at Pawtucket r. I for a ticket to her old Home in Lowell mass. Such is the sequel to Many a semantic run awry marriage. A where is my boy and where is my girl to night a should oftener be asked by parents says the Chicago inter Ocean. The wide liberties granted american youth too often result Quot in trouble. The Hope Many a Home Lias been wrecked by the neglect father and Mother to look after their children and take part in their amuse Menta. The number burglars shot in the act burglary is very Small. But the list the innocent victims Hasty a hooting at supposed hous Breakers is a ays the Chicago inter Ocean assuming alarming proportions. Firing in the dark is risky business and it is time to Call a halt in this random target practice. Better allow a Hundred burglars to escape than to shoot an innocent wife Mother. A prominent lawyer Bridgeport conn., whose sedentary habits and Liberal diet had increased his weight to two Hundred and fifty pounds found an effective and per mane at anti fat specific in the form walking whereby lie to diced his Ofui Pupkis to a he extent Fwy two pounds within a few months. At first it required p Good Deal Energy to overcome such an Anu wait inertia but gradually it because an easy and delightful task to walk ten a it a twelve Miles a Day and his head was much clearer account the exercise. I the Cincinnati evening Telegram recently published a special from san Antonio tex., which says a news has just reached Here from a most reliable source the recent death in the state Vera Crux mex., Jesus Val a Lon do a Farmer and ranch Man considerable possessions. This Man s age at time death was indisputably 154 years. At Valdonado s funeral the pall bearers were his three a one aged respectively 140, 120 and 109 years. They were White haired but Strong and Hearty and in full to session All their faculties. S. J. Albert a Louisville Barber Lead insurance against disability in the order chosen Orienda his bands became paralysed so that he could no a Geiger Wield a Rasor but his claim for the insurance Money was denied and he began suit Edge Barr the United states circuit court decided against him the ground that his disability did not present him from earning a living. It was shown that Albert had glared in a store since he because incapacitated As a Barber. This a Edbina establishes a precedent Imp Tranos to All co operative societies. Electric lanterns will it is thought take the place is course time the Ordinary mining safety lamps. A portable electric lamp can now be made possessing the fallowing features weight about three pounds illuminating Power five Quot candles Mae and shape sin Lar a it present lamps Dif Ahon he it ten hours Cost if repairs charges Battery and thai trials two cent for ten hours these facts showing to vhf thata la nothing to prevent its adoption As a substitute for the present lamps and even for candles in Paa Minea a Cert they a re still in use. The news. Oor piled from Lato Dicato Hytt. Prom Wash tac toil the a la is tonal Basic Delori tort held 438,010,009 government Randa the greatest amount Ever lets no Boe time. Demme the seven Days he led the 36th there were iss business failure in the United re ate against 1� Tbs various saves Days. Solicitor Alk Ilmittin the Treasury department to in Tho 26th appointed commissioner fish and fisheries to us Woood the late prof. Baird. Tbs exchanges at Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United a tales a Atine the week ended the 2? aggregated �795,216,091, sins �806,509,876 the previous week. Al compared with the corresponding week 1886, the decrease amounts to h 9 per cent. During the last thirteen months the net imports Gold were �40, ,001 with the Domestic production during tin same period this Maks a total addition to the circulating medium Over ,000,000 in a Little More than a year. The easts tee Pennsylvania prohibitionists in state convention at Harrisburg the 25th, nominated a. B. Chase North Ampton county for supreme court judge and d. U Irish Lawrence for state treasurer. The platform denounces the liquor traffic favors Protection to american labor and capital just pensions to soldiers equal taxation arbitration in labor disputes and woman suffrage. Tits new York prohibit Oniss in state convention at a Yra Eua the 33th nominated a full state ticket with d. W. Huntington Allegany county for Secretary state. The platform declares against Lic Euso and favors woman suffrage. In the weekly Trade review issued by r. G. Dun a co., new York the 36th, some improvement is noted in Gen eral business throughout the country. The volume legitimate Trade was Large although in some important branches there was a shrinkage. The tendency prices for most commodities was upward. The Lydia Crowell a fishing Schooner Beverly mass., which carried a it Rew fifteen was the eth Given up for lost c. A Percy the 28th passed successful through the Niagara Whirlpool in a life boat his own invention which he claims will stand any sea however boisterous. Ter record base Ball club in the National league including the winnings the week Enwei the 27th is As follows Detroit games won66 Chicago 52 new York 52 Philadelphia. 52 Boston 49 Washington 37 Pittsburgh 36 Indianapolis 29. % a Philadelphia Syndicate have just concluded successful negotiations for an american Thi Riese Bank. The capital is half chinese and the management jointly cd nose and american. Rev. Or. Joseph Parker the City Temple London arrived in new York in the 28th. He comes to deliver an Eulogy Henry Ward Beecher october 4, an i will also Lectura m various places throughout the country. Rev. Moses Rogers who had preached in the methodist pulpit for Venty years expired the,27th at fresh Ponds to it a a Island in his ninety fourth year. To was a Lineal descendent John Rogers who was burned at the stake in England in the sixteenth Century. To fastest mile that has Ever been made in Wagon was trotted by Maui amp the 27th, she covering the distance in 2 131. The trial took place Robert Bonner s track at Tarry town n. Y., . Bonner himself holding the ribbons. Silva us h. Of Sweet Nho was nominated by the United labor party new York for a tale Engineer and Surveyor declined to run the 27th. A company Pittsburgh and new York capitalists has ent Stei the Field in opposition to the Standard Oil company. Pipe lines Are being Laid from Washington to Pittsburgh. The company has a capital �3,000,900. Thomas b. Baldwin male a balloon As tension at Rockaway b a Ach n. Y., the 29.h and when thousand feet in air repeated his feat descending by Means a Parachute this time Landing in the Ocean. At Hunters Point n. Y., Slatem horses lost their lives the 29ih in a burning building. _ West and South. The Woolen workers at Louisville ky., a Ter a six weeks lock out returned to work the 25th, at the old wage ant agreeing to countenance no further inter Ference Between themselves and their employees by the knights labor. Ire National conference chanies and correction met at Omaha the 25th. The quarantine proclamations against Illinois cattle have been revoked by the governors Kansas Colorado Ohio Wisconsin and Minnesota except As they apply to Cook county. On a farm near Montpelier ind., the remains a Mastodon War discovered the 25th where similar discoveries had Beo previously made. Majum Leslie sent word to governor Adams Colorado the 25th that he had colorow and his band indians corralled. Eugene Hairston coloured was lynched the 25th at Greensboro n. C., for an attempted criminal Awault upon mias m a Ala to App Albite firl while trying to Rescue three children from a watery grave. Prof. H. Amp Whitney Excelsior Academy the shores Flake Minnetonka minn., was drowned the 25th. Bax Diego Cal., was Stencen the 25th by an i destructive tax Fri Jake Shock. Tafton daunt a coloured murderer was hanged the 26th at Charleston. Amp cd a fight Between the ind Utas and Herl Kendall a men near Meeker col was reported the 20th, in which one the sheriff s posse was killed and several wounded and nine Indiana were killed. The sentence Axey Cherry the twelve year old girl convicted murder and sentenced to a Hung was commuted to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for five years by governor Richardson South Carolina the 26th. A Resolution was passed by the Georgia legislature in the 26th taking away the �8,000 appropriated to the Atlanta University coloured unless that Institute shall give the governor satisfactory Assurance that it will not accept Whit a pupils. A pass Noer an1 freight train collided near Chattanooga tenn., the 16th, and thirty persons the passenger train were injured some seriously. Early the morning the 20th four masked men broke Iitto tin farm Hauae Samuel Chew near Mansfield o., and after fatally beating the Farmer who is eighty three Yean old and terrorising his Watfa Thev took �830 Ami seme silverware. The marriage Douglas f. Carlin chief clerk the Cheyenne Agency to the wealthiest heiress the Bee Tion occurred a fiery b t., the ceremony was wite Essed by Over thousand lad ians. It. Rev. R w. B. Elliott Bishop Western Texas expired at Suwanee tenn., the fifth after a Long i Mesa. The Morse Bridge works is Youngstown o., were burned the 28, involving nines �125,003. Tan Chicago typographical Union the 28th resolved to demand nine hoars1 work with ten boors Gay to take effect november l during n race rial at Decatar a the 27th, Taro wait a and one Magra were killed. At Charleston Olamb Jaquie and Bern am Retna b. A end at a Aguada a a shocks 9f earthquake were Felt Early the morning the Totth. No damage was reported. The Ute War in Cut Futado was Decorte l at a end the kith. The Indiana were attain Kemr. Reserva Lod where the Dover my it officer would try to keep c. ,. In a North Carolina crops were very math do toured by hoods pm the 27th. By the a pairing a boat near Corner s Point miner., Throe finanders were drowned in the 28tb. Sefc a lure messes. Dresbach 8c Rose Faid which occurred at san Francisco the �7th for �1,5 >0,000 resorted in the breaking the wheat Corner to that Ltd tar. Advices from Springs col., the 19.k were id the c fact that five wites were Quiej in the Battle with Cal flows indie no seven lurks und two squaws were killed and five wounded. At broken Bow nob., during a quarrel the 29th Over a pistol a Man named Johnson struck his wife with a stick if Wood and killed her. On the Indian Short the t Hub River Twenty tvo to Niles below Louisville a flow natural Gas estimated at ten in Elliou bit feed air w As struck in the 29th. Elf skin H. Oldroyd has Toen appointed custodian the Lincoln Homestead at Spring fled Iii suicides occurred at the following place the 29th . E. Neumeyer at Lekin j1l . Boy at Mattoon Tell Bridget Dri acor at Ottawa. Ill i c. G duri Ley at Pierceton Lnda a Cora Millet Cyrus Two men tried to Furco their Way into the reall Croce John Bott Chadron neb., the 29th. Mrs. Weott was along in the Holts it and told in m to go away but they attempted to Seiko her whereupon she shot them both fatally. Titi Anchor manufacturing company s cooperage establishment Noar Deir Jit covering Twenty acres ground and valued at �293,000, was burned the 29th. Justice Field ii United states supreme court in a decision rendered at a an Francisco the �?~-9ih declined to make an order a oni cling senator Stanford and others to answer questions propounded by the Pap Flo railway commission and also refused to give the commission audess to the books certain construction companies the decision declares that that part the act creating the commission which refers to courts is unconstitutional. Judge Reeves at Bloomington 111, the 29th admitted to bail in ,00 Timothy Coughlin the Section Foreman held responsible for the chats Worth horror. Foreign intelligence Tim cholera Scourge was increasing in violence la Italy the 25th. It was reported the 25th that John Ruskin the famous English author and Art critic was hopelessly insane. Frazier and Stewart representatives the Dominion government to make an observation tour through the Northwest territory reported the 25th that shocking destitution Prevade 1 at fort Chippe nyan and along the Mckenzie River last Winter. Many persons died starvation and one old woman admitted having killed and eaten her whole family. Viscount done Raile London Difed from fit dropbox a the 26th intt., the result a Fox bite received last january. A Squall capsized the excursion yacht Monarch in the Bristol eng Channel the 26th, and fifteen person were drowned. In the composing room the Montreal Herald a lire broke out tie 26th, and three compositors perished in the flames a half dozen business houses in the building were destroyed and the Lois would reach �506,000. In Tho British a use commons Tho 36th . Gladstone s Ioa for an address to the que a asking that the proclamation the land league be revoked was rejected by a majority 78. Asa result the Effer s put Forth by the Captain general Cuba to purify the Public service the people had the 27th risen in rebellion and the City Havana was placed under a military guard. Baton Nathaniel Rothschild who had made insulting remarks about the Archduke Charles Louis by other the emperor was the 27ih ordered to leave Vienna. At an open air demonstration in London the 27th, speeches were made denouncing the governments action a amp most the Irish National league. A the american ship ropes 4.200 tons Burden which sailed from Yokohama Twenty nine Days ago arrived at Tacoma the 29th, with a crop the valued at �1,500.0�. Early to morning the 29th a Sharp Shock earthquake Vas experienced at the City Mexico but no damage was reported. Pietro Anaona an italian Oculi St who murdered his wife and their two children in Paris the 29th, said be killed his wife to avenge his Honor but confessed that he killed his children a Causs they cried out. Later. Robert Harr Powell amp Ca. And Robert hard Powell so Ous amp cj., Coal and Iron operators at Philadelphia Fai Iod the doth ult with liabilities placed at �1,-560,000 and assets at �4,00 it xxx. General Buckner was inaugurated As governor Kentucky at Frank tort the �3th ult Israel Lucas treasurer a Glaize county o., was the 80th to be a defaulter for 130,000. He had gone to Canada. Advices the 30th ult. Say that in a a tie in the Bargara Egypt country Kab Babish trips killed thirteen Hund dervishes. Heavy Rains had the a he ult flooded the country in Northern Texas and at Cleburne eleven persons we re drowned. A suspension work was ordered the 90th ult in the mines the leh go a Region. 7 his w As made necessary by the Large accumulation Coal at various Point. The St Louis car wheel works were burned the 33th ult causing a loss �100,000. The whole country East Mexico mo., was fire the 8 the ult and All the outbuildings fences and haystacks several farms had been destroyed. Mrs Nellie Sartor is Gen enl Grant s Only daughter arrived in new York from England the 3hh ult she would make her Mother a Long visit a collision freight trains Tho grand trunk Railroad near Brannonville can., the 3 the ult Destro Al �75,000 Worth rolling Stock. The London tune protests against Tho treatment British sealers by american authorities in Alaska and wants a British Cruiser sent to Alaska to protect them. Several towns in Michigan had Tho 80th ult been flooded with �1 and �2 Bil a ingeniously raised to �5, �10 and �2. William Arnold Durand Hai been arrested. At Binghamton n. A a a the 83th ult an aeronaut dropped from his balloon a distance three thou a and feet with the Aid a Parachute and aided in safety. Sen Atoe Quay the 83th ult resigned his place As state treasurer Fen Syi Vania and sex Baste treasurer Livee had Haea Appe iat so to a exceed him. Tee Ohio state tier opened at Cote Tea the 80th Elk with e much larger attendance than the first Day former years. Prof. G. Brown Goode was Tho 83th nit appointed by the president to be commissioner fish and fisheries Vico i . Baird deceased. New York democrats who meet is state Convent Tea at Saratoga september 27. While threshing operations ways in pro tvs it the a Ith no. On the farm Lotan . Curtis near Flint mieft., Uro broke oat among the Straw followed by in explosion the boiler Man was Kulli tire others warn seriously Hurt and three Yoong we Eton Ware badly wounded. The lire destroyed the barns and seasons crops. The Ute tails tile Mattie Bete a a Toa sad colorow a Brav Ltd a two the Whites milled and 8ee�u we haded a number redskins bite the Dsa to Federal troops end the skirmish. Denver col aug. 29.�?kendpll has had his fight with the utes and although Tbs details Are meager enough has reached Here to show that it was obstinate sad Woolf in proportion to the b Mike a Day a by a to so Une into Leslie scamp few Wolf Creek and wanted a talk but before this waa held a Thunder storm came up and under cover the night they left a him but continued along White River to the southward their beaten path. Pursuit was at Onoe inaugurated and the red skins were discovered Noar Spring Creek at Daybreak. Finding the in a Lye Pur Sofiea the a hid soft a ceded fire and ail All it a fight Fol Lowed and when to Archee set in the a Diane fell Back. Four Hundred ponies were East life. Hostilities were about to be renewed . The following Day when Leslie s command was met by infantry from fort Duchesne who placed themselves Between the hostile parties and prevented a renew Al the fight Leslie endeavoured to it Jtb Etta tbsp attack bit the would Pera if a it a True was fila la Facea the set Iii the Rekula fit. ,.deputy sheriff Jack Ward wac killed Early in the engagement and lieutenant Falsom deceived wounds front which lie has died. The won folded afe cd fait Tif the Aspen company l Stewart and Dick Caffey Leadville and . Dumont Meeker. Four indians were killed and three wounded. Word has been received that goo utes camped near thursdays Battlefield and Are held Back by two companies Dolored regulars. It is known that the indians that took part in the fight were White River and Uintah utes and and that if recess for Over to do re id Force Iii site cad 1>� fatted Froni this Trilk. If the indians do hot attack the Whites at Langely before the arrival governor Adams and general Crook there Are Hopes that the Troulden will let a settled. Later advices and official reports from sheriff Kendall and major Leslie indicate that the Battle was a drawn one Ira its suits and it by a Fly a Ervid m arouse the utes to Frei iry. The two companies troops were at first hurried Forward from fort Duchesne and the officer in command found it necessary to Call for three More. These Are holding the Andiaris by cd bridal a having retired from the Field and he is now at Rangely seven Miles Distant where he has gathered the settlers for safety while the men have dug Rifle pit and taken other measures for defense. There Are probably fifty women and children there in constant fear an attack. The place can be easily defended As it is a Plain and an aggressive Force will be compelled to fight without cover. General Reardon has a Lvii Tny following orders to major los lid a you Are hereby ordered to fight to the state line. Be discreet but capture colorow it possible. If you have to kill him to make the arrest do so and bring la his body. You Are author leed to carry hostilities to the hitter end. Shot this order to Kendall Hooper Dendy and All All concerned no doubt Means the commandant the United states forces and 11 is a hint to him that he must hold the indians the reservation they will be shot Down like wolves. Reardon does not see peace in the near future unless the government troops keep the i Gians out Colorado. Cubans in revolt. The people rebel age Iris to Natl nip t8 Pustfr the Public services Havana under a military a Nard several conflicts with fatal results. Key West fla., aug. 20.�?advices received Here say that the greatest excitement prevails in Havana occasioned by the recent acts Captain general Marinin id taking Possession the custom House and placing the officials under tar few St. The City is in charge regular troops and the situation becomes daily More desperate recalling events attending the massacre medical students in 1871. A reign terror prevails and it is expected that Havana will be declared in a state siege. Already several conflicts have occurred Between the troops and civilians resulting in the killing some add the wounding others. Ca Taitt general Marinin has issued a proclamation calling the rioters to maintain order. Otherwise severe measures will be adopted to uphold the Law. Daily conferences Are held with his military chiefs and nesur6b have been adopted to prevent a general uprising. Which is imminent. The colonels the Volunteer regiment were called together at the Plaza and ordered to disarm their forces otherwise they would be held responsible for what might occur. The volunteers who Are opposed to Marinin and Are encouraged therein by political bodies desirous his removal have joined the rioters 8o far the Captain general controls the situation with regular troops which have t been distributed throughout the City prepared for any emergency. Artillery has been placed in commanding positions while the troops stationed in towns adjoin lug Havana Are kept under arms ready to More at a moments notice. All important Point in the City Are strongly guarded by regular troops. All Confidence appears to be gone. Even the i Cable officials Are suspected and military Are placed in charge Telegraph offices to prevent dispatches being sent what is transpiring. All the important dispatches Between the officials in Havana and the authorities in Madrid Are brought Here by special messenger for transmission. The replies Are also sent to this office. Those acquainted with Marinin state that he will without to oct Oij t�,.khpvp that it i up Florowa i Ruji Fiat attack by Kendall and he posse the pc tic thirsting for revenge. Washington aug. 30.�?the adjutant general the army has received a dispatch from general Terry at Chicago enclosing a report to Indian agent Byrne dated aug ent by request Indian agent Byrnes to prevent the invasion the Indian reservation by the Colorado state troops and cowboys near the Border the reservation lieutenant Burnett Saya a the Colorado militia under major Leslie Aad some cowboys surprised colorow a Camp at i pet �11 a. He. Yesterday after having assured Whf off Al wont Creek the Law be furi1 that they old be us a to Leo bark a it the Riser Fatin into tested. The attack was a Complete Surprise to the indians. One child was killed and one Man and one woman slug Tetly wounded. The indians returned the fire killing one Cowboy wounding three others and mortally wounding three militia soldiers. I talked with major Leslie this morning explaining the situation to him and came to an understanding. Be assured me be would not mgt is the Reserva i in lure with Dit a wars Fryni omit a Ruhr fatty it 8 note to sheriff Kendall giving nil i Yout that a i he had atty m arrants to serve to Vierte them through you. This was in reply to a letter from him ill regard to warrants i Bias pass Essiri for colorow and others. I am satisfied that my presence prevented sellout fight Rig and much loss life thanks to the influence interpreter Curtis. ,. A indians Saga Sudj a to Cavanaugh and Many others want peace if possible then War to the knife. I think the trouble is Over. Most the indians left at once to see you. I will Camp to night about Twenty five Miles from the Agency and come in to Morrow if nothing prevent a general Terry also Ino Loae the following Rbra fort Inch Efendi agent Btrne Ritzik 6� disc Etiopi constantly. He has the Confidence his Tudi ans perfectly and if they Are not attacked their reservation will hold them securely. They Are Well armed and superbly mounted. None those who have lived the reservation went to colorow s assistance until after the att old it is reported by Burnett that he is now Tho reservation. Of further Pursuit is made by the 0�lprade troops they will a to with him and Makl a terrible Lale blk ods cd he gibe i5 armed and preparing for the general Terry says he has communicated these dispatches to general Crook at Rawlins. Denver col aug. 30.�?a Telegram from Meekue ays a list life i iffy rih Atiat a ranking thursday s Battle with colorow shows that five Whites were killed instead two and four wounded and that seven indians and two squaws were killed and five wounded. There has been no fighting since thursday but Over 600 indians Are camped within six roiled the Judida avg Veady m a get Afi hid a Damn. Jirovec Atwoil. Tlly less a Dearl a pm Niec arid to their squaws has made them wild and they Are ready for revenge. Sheriff Kendall a Force now numbers perhaps 250 men. Kendall has a Herd Indian ponies that he captured and the in diaries Are watching the a closely from the mountains. If he should attempt to move toward Meeker with these he would be followed. The coloured troops Are finding it difficult to hold the indians together. The latter have a supreme contempt for Black soldiers and so did the apaches until experience taught them differently t draw and Surrie it his Ford held a pow Row with an equal dumber .Ttpops under command Captain Pray Friday. They Cave their opinion the cowboys in Unis i Keble language and did not care particularly about getting into any controversy with them but they demanded that Thyl soldiers be sent Back they would be compelled to make a big fight from the scattered information received the indians number anywhere from 400 to 600. The regular troops number about 250 wild the state Dice treat in if Rudi emite and Marty. The state forces Are Ivov acting the defensive and the indians Are held id Check by the regulars from the fact that they Are not yet prepared to assume the offensive. Peace May be the result but More bloodshed is just As Likely to follow. The death lieutenant Folsom has embittered the Whites and a citizen Glen Wood up Ridge who i Fdl Soni resided has sworn out a Warfa it charging Dino Row with his murder. This document hafe been sent to sheriff Kendall by a special courier and it will Only serve to complicate matters. ?h6nf� do fsr they hav by is rail my do eth St a trages Jerpe Porto part. Re a nil seated it and to Atodd in amps t l�i., aug. 3l�?the la cd fms top received Here from official sources regarding the Indian troubles in Colorado make it appear that the indians Are not and have not Bank the War path but that they a Beer Ftp treatment trip it cow Pys an Ltd state authorities. Yesterday the War department got a dispatch from general Terry Cut Cago suggesting that Indian agent Byrne should be instructed to remove from his reservation All persons who May intrude upon it and that the military commander at fort Duchesne a instructed to give him All the a set Taruce to fam a my require. Be help Ifa feel act Rig affaib8 Mavani conf irling reports concerning Tho trouble cubans discredit it. New York aug. 30.�?cubans in this City do not think there is any far reaching in any sense an important uprising in Havana. J. M. Ceballos the Spanish trans Atlantic company says that one his steamships left that pity the 24th and that Date there was no trouble there. The populace was aware that acting governor general Marinin was determined to Deal with the corrupt employees the custom House after the most summary fashion and the chief dissatisfaction existed among those persons and such merchants As. Have profited by the illicit importation Gooda the Volunteer soldiery Cuba is almost exclusively Oom i posed native spaniards who Are in har Mony with the policy the government when general mar Iriart seized the stores in the Dosiia Many persons who were income i noded and indignant at not receiving their property May have incited a few persons to riot but the disturbance can be in no Sens important Edward Molina former editor i Cron Nita and at present Secretary the Spanish chamber Commerce in tills City was equally incredulous. He declared that the 4vj a published dispatch from key West was a carry out his policy purifying the Public i a urd v Aavo Ima was Imp iian a it Aam am a 1 i a Captain Faircloth the steamship Cefi service regardless consequences and already a feeling uneasiness permeates every Banach thereof. Child labor in 2t�w York state. New York aug. 29.�?state factory inspectors Franey mid Connolly have made their first annual report they find an alarming amount child labor in factories. Over twelve Hundred children less than sixteen years old Aro employed in the Harmony Cotton Mills at Cohoes a one. There is a corresponding amount illiteracy. Fully one third the affidavits made by parents were signed with a Cross and their children have no Opportunity to acquire an education. Children immigrating from Europe Are actually better informed than the working children this state. A Compromise measure. Atlanta a aug. 29. A the famous Glenn Bill has been shelved in the Georgia legislature. The lower House has however adopted a Resolution declaring that the coeducation at the races is contrary to the intent the Constitution and directing the governor not to draw his warrant for the appropriation $8,000 to the Atlanta University until he receives Assurance that it win be devoted exclusively to the instruction Dolored children. The negroes Are add told a Jahi Zaat Over the action while the demoed axe Ned tip a Happy Deli Erano from a very perplexed situation. Fuegos who arrived in port yesterday said that when his ship left Havana the 25th affairs were in an exceedingly turbulent state. He was not surprised to hear that the feeling against general Marinin had already culminated to a serious riotous demonstration. A Boodle re . Chiba aug. 30.�?a petition for the Pardon r 8. Mcclaughry the first the Cook county Boodler to take his Quot Medicine at Joliet is being industriously circulated and generally signed by members the grand army the Republic. The political influence which the local branches the organization represent is to be cemented As far As possible to bring about the mocks Uhrey Pardon. Buffalo n. Y., aug. 29l�?cheries Percy suspension Bridge a yet my twee to a seven years old made a Safe trip through the Whirlpool rapids yesterday in adj life boat built by him aft. The boat Iai about seventeen feet Keg with air i Chambers at either end to one Whichel prey made the voyage the keel Iai weighted with 250 pounds Tom Aad i Sand Are carried in the hold so tha will right itself. An Iron Weighley tamed t Ong rope trailed from the Stem so a to keep the Bow straight a head. His object is a amp furl glory he says the journey baht simply exp per mental and the Hoto hansom at through All right he win now Model a Uhruh boat a Large scale from it Aad Appl for important railway decision. I Des Momas la Ang. 30 a in the Case the Dubuque Board Trade against the St. Paul and Illinois Central Railroad for refusing to switch the oars competing lines their Dubuque sidings the Iowa Railroad commissioners decided in favor the petitioners. The commissioners hold that Side tracks Are Public highways within the mewing Tike statute Aad that the companies operating them Are bound to haul a ver them the Coro All other companies to reasonable. Rotes whether the a Sineas bad Ossato Lttie not. A a we riffs fear Detroit Leo parse tsp eur de Bott mich., aug. Sci the works the Anchor manufacturing company the Tiver Rouge Tom Nadies Hale w this City were in rust yes Lerdy Mere tug. The works Everad to engr aerie Aad employed 409 men. The cooperage works Tinti Oto 4,000 barrels Dally. The fire started in the dry Kinas und spread to the right remaining beddings taking with it lumber pile seasoned thin lumber and much valuable property. The Werths were owned Princi moly by Peter Harer Meyer a Dona the View York Edgar a Kaegy. Yoke Ink Fri Rozenti Yunt into too Eton $12,000 was Whoy inadequate the prevent the apr Rel the Effim which did $30 1.000 damage. The situation was carefully Cote Sid we cd resulting in telegraphic instructions being sent yesterday afternoon by the president through the Interior department to governor Adams Colorado to confine the actions the civil authorities strictly within tv4 Titt Row tittes so As to prevent the sheriffs posse Fife Uhlich adm Oross ing the Reserva Lori Borders by Rill Auch precipitate action be taken it is feared that a disastrous outbreak the reservation indians would Fol love and every thing possible Wal be done to avoid such a result a Telegram from major iian Ulett Man Ding at fort Duchesne to general Terry Quot Aid Quot colorow and Al is followers Are now at Ouray Agency and Manifest a is Olitipa to remain the reservation. There is no Uridil excitement among the indians. The militia and cowboys hold hundreds horses and thousands sheep Ami goats be-lnffip0 to you Tow and Chi pet a Ouray s f Idow. The cd Van grazing the land claimed by the Indian a be edging in their reservation and where they Haie Beer permitted a their Are ent to rive r years. Colorado settlers have claimed locations there a and have at last succeeded in Del i tag the indians in. Colorow has not in this trouble been the Warpath and has made his Way to the reservation avoiding hostilities As far As possible Arenac at the Ouray Agency telegraphed the a dude i Irig cd tire Ludo an offie Here to Day Quot colorow and his followers Are now at Tho Agency. They say they Are not mad Don t want to fight. That y express themselves a willing to remain the reservation War fret if who fired these indians the Border lha a Felt it Aji it took Possession and ran off about 3� a cad Tori indians horses that were grazing the Public lands near the reservation line. The horses were corralled at Rangely col by major Leslie who informed lieutenant Burnett that he would hold them until certain indians were delivered up to him. The Eow bows afe breaking the to Rtia it horses their rown Fise. Unless Home Thimig in Mcwey i brie a Liege horses will not be recovered. 1 tier Cote revert that you obtain authority from the War department to allow colonel Randlett commanding fort Duchesne to Send a detail men to bring these horses the reservation As it would be Dan Eros for ind ans to go As Well As Agency employees a Chi offid roughly handled being known to i a fms Pathy with the indians. These indians when pursued by sheriff Kendall were compelled to abandon 2.000 sheep besides Large herds Goat which should also be recovered with the horses. These indians when attacked if Udo Draddy wed a peaceful Hunting exp Trion and they believed that they bad a it finder Hie treat f74 As understood by them and the 6otrinm�9k>bers to bunt port these lands in commissioner Atkins sent a dispatch to governor Adams urging him to co operate wit i agent by Roe in securing the ret Urti the property stolen from tiie India Denver col aug. 31.�?unless the Indian should attack Kendall and Leslie in the file entrenched position at Rangely further bloodshed is not Likely in the Ute War. Wheil the it get at the reservation de hire i that All his a Flea Are Udo fit Home he does not incl the a Florow a a outfit neither do they recognize a tit Kendall and Pray the scout Are reported to have quarrelled Over the disposition the captured ponies. Kendall tried to hold them but Pray considered them As spoils War and the property the captors. Some m thai Jim Iii have reached Meeker Aii Otily is have iisapp�fire4, firt til Lew Thail half the original 41m Are at Raric Felt. Thai loss these ponies will be the great grievance the utes when Crook tried to adjust the quarrel whatever terms Crook makes the indians must be kept out the state the settlers will have no feeling Security Oil to Tfir widely scattered and Remote ranches the Impressio ii if steadily growing that the whole affair was Wanton and unnecessary and that the indians fought Only when they found they must less precipitate action Kendall s part would have prevented bloodshed either Side. J forced to the Wall i a a Aid us Euf a amp a a Ulm death sent we to card a a 31.�?triw if Riff he to mocks Tirreno a emf few ask Arthiste Are to Tiff. Any doubt about that me Beer received through reliable sources fior me 6ourt will affirm the death verdict gtd pm in anarchists when they meet at Ottawa Afee tto opinion in fee a Mae fill therbe aed Tyr Justice who main a add ill receive the 5 All the other Jitt tilt we a fed for would Are fully acquainted Ihfe Fusi Conte Neft no Justice the supreme Utoft has Given out this Quot intelligence directly All them in fact Refuio to talk fib Ltd the decision but to a Friend who re Ber Tiv a fke4 mrs a bout the other ease Justice Sagan def r�ank4ly told a there fillet tfx frito Etc jts a piffle a Hermanet the Justice in Ofle a a a Lowry that just a a mag Affef Ethert sufi a very decided opinion a a a Ris a we merits the Case which was not Iner Rable to the claims Tisz anarchist and til Quot friends think that Ilbe opinion which will be filed the Ottav for reversing the verdict by the fury that he would undoubtedly writ a a a a it Ltd Tang pain sort. Chicago aug. a ppr a Chat the session the 8upret& Lmh aft feta a fit a to Convene september 6, conf Iwin Siff Rifle Osifo Public interest in the famous anarchist cant. The Quot Grotto a condemned men in the jail is again a prominence in the Public Eye which the priority indulged in Al out the a Al it Noodle re. Bail Ftp 1 Tite plight those sex honorable gentlemen yet �1? h�4<iw the scaffold is deeper than that the pts Riffert and the realization that by a few Days elapse before the supreme court shall be called upon to announce the final decision i the anarchist Case naturally height a is the Felt by the Anarch Isth their relatives fitted Briemle the men Toris Fanti visited by Toffi Wie and children Fie Wrd delicacies a to them. All seem a amp obeyed Ami Evert confident spies Parsons and Rydele in particularly so. They look healthy. It in Given out that the decision the a Jar to Art arabist cases will be one the first in att Toter ded to at the session the supreme Coith a writ will stun Menos one week from yesterday it i ii a Art bounced that the sheriff and the mayor a to be Given the first information As to what if the Leirion the court should it be Mia Vonroe to the prisoners very stringent me rite a takers to frustrate any scheme at>4rapi. Attorneys for the Ana foil a to if few that even should tiie decision to to a a Stonto court affirm the judgment the courtly Low they have Good grounds upon which Art Appeal to the supreme court the cited Tatos cart be taken. The propose tide it totto positively Utteg tired by eminent lawyers. Little is expected from Aii Pafk i to governor Oglesby should the supreme Coffit decision lie Adverse to the condemned men but in that event the a defense committee Fil fit dts a Tom it work and a monster petition Tot islands names from every std it the Union will be presented to the executive he done to want office. Tel a a . By hip cd Ort it Lii Toto failure a Etc a Siva Joel it Hal Iron Deal Era with liabilities 11,100,000. Philadelphia aug. 31.�?the announcement yesterday that Robert Hare Powell amp co. And Robert Hare Powel sons a co., the great Coal mining firms this City had failed caused a real sensation. The failure was admitted by John c. Bradley who la the manager and a partner in both firms tie stated that the failure was the result the suspension Charlese. Pennock Coatesville the extensive Iron plate merchant whose paper bore the endorsement both the firms Robert Hare Powel a co., and the Junior one Robert Hare Powel sons a co. The liabilities he placed at $1,500,000, which 1� assumed to be the aggregate amount for which they became the endorsers Pennock a notes that were protested monday while the assets consisting vast tracts valuable Coal lands and appurtenances Are fixed to $4,000,000. The guarantee Trust company to been made Assignee. It is generally believed tip tip assets the two firms Are far above their a Birtiee and that the course adopted assigning the estate was the Wisest to meet All legitimate claims and prevent sacrifices. At the new York office the firm the following statement is mad Quot the assignment was made to the guaranty Trust company Philadelphia. The failure was caused to the inability a Large debtor in Coatesville a to pay up. We can not Tell the amount liabilities. All we know is that the pawed estate is valued at from �10,000,000 to ��0,003,000 and that creditors will get 106 cents the Dollar. The company owns Coal lands the line the Pennsylvania Road near Tyrone pm. A a a a a Jifkins who has to get int town Early in the morning lives just beyond the terminus a horse ear one you wait until the first car runs a asked Bliffins. Quot not exactly replied a Jifkins a the first car usually Waits while i run.11�?Boston budget. A m s a. A facetious customer a Quot i done to think you ought to charge full Price Lor a head like mine ought to reduce about Kail Barber a a no Sab. afford you see. Hits offset account having to hit fur de hear to Cut a Harper Bazar. ,�?� exclaimed a Moth at the summer boarding House. A i never knew Yon to ask for a second piece pie at a i knew a twant no use a said Franky As be proceeded with his pie eating. A a Lyon Are weak a said a widow to her son when a remonstrated against her marrying Agai. Quot i know it a he replied. A i am a weak Towt i can to go Dopf Agte Lincoln give i reason for re for going the be i name. A aug. An interview at Chicago with �?�9#efr#tm4eto a Toledo paper Robert Lincoln Rufel Fittig Bethlen Tion his name in connection Al Ith the me presidency said Quot a git Riff not accept the nomination to the vice preside no . To take a office at All Arnild be at a great Sac Lyl my my by tiros interests Here in Chicago Anu to a presidency is not an office such importance that i would afford to think such a thing. I most cell airily a my uld not accept the nomination for vict reside few a it tendered while i hafe q6 reason to to Tsirik Tia 1 it jul the. Aiki few a ring to iffy being d Cpl Date for the presidency we Lirt Ruri staid Quot while i am gratified a Tbs Ken a it few fences to myself As Independent in the matter i regret the use my name in connection Witri any Public office whatever. I say sincerely that Huffe were any Way possible by which i cot fld Stop that Sefrit Tiff la entirely and for i she Ned be Happy. 1 Ftfe wet to a to several personal Strtt Iwers it tech aft Icli w say so but they go right a Ong regardless my protests. It seems difficult f9r tha average american to understand that it is Poss Irle any one not to desire the presidency but i to first a a a mainly do not. I have seen too much the wed affy tear office l be to Ever have a desire to few Nataf he though i was but a boy when my father Bart Kurt president i can Well remember in tremendous Burden he was called upon to Bear. True the conduct the War made the cares office then infinitely More exacting but i have seen enough the inside Washington official life to have lost All desire for it. The presidential Offlee is but a gilded prison. Its cares and worry outweigh to my mind the Honor which surrounds the position a official life is infinitely wearisome. 1 had toy fill it while a member . Arthurs Cabinet and made up my mind at that time that when my official term was completed a should return to Chicago and end my Days in the practice my profession. Quot i do not think there is any likelihood my receiving the nomination. The men who make the ticket would hardly do so without exacting certain pledges and those pledges i would not give. 1 think that would soon end All talk myself. 1 doubt whether there is been for years a presidential candidate for whom pre-60nal pledges were not made either by himself by friends. Perhaps it is not True i Garfield his nomination was m Cue declines. He Doe not de Lre the presidency the Fly commission and prof. Good is appointed. Washington aug. 31.�?the president yesterday appointed pro c. Brown Goode for Patant Secretary the smithsonian inti tuntion to be United state fish commissioner. Solicitor Mccue having declined to accept the position. Prof. Goode has teen associated with the fish commission from its very inception and has performed valuable services in connection with it. His. Experience goes Back to 1871. In 1875 he was employed in connection with the government fishery Board for the Centennial exhibition in 1877 As statistical expert in behalf the state department at Halifax and in 1878, in behalf the National museum at Gloucester he was one the party at the coast stations taking part in Marine explorations. He represented tiie United states at the fishery exhibitions at Berlin and London in 1880 and in victorians reign. London aug. 31.�?mr. Gladstone speaking at he Warden yesterday a a retrospect the Queens Lle Ign a said that the leading change during the reign waa tiie system a representative parliament elected by the direct influence the people ruling the country. Many sovereigns consented to Law because they could not help themselves. From individual personal experience he knew that Queen Victoria had Given willing Hearty and Active consent to All beneficial changes Aad had made herself the prime Benefactor the Comdr. A tree Field do Tow to Kurt Ray comm Rio a a. A Bodye a v the testimony. A. A the United states Art opinion yesterday it titty petition the Pacific Misti Otere to compel senator Tord to answer certain Queen leis to i vhf info manage and Partite flatly to the railway co Topany and wet ohm Eny Money represented Iff a retain n�?�ell�?�1l> 1 voucher was used to inn lie a in motor m Vitato legislation. The Mati if we a a a bet re Justice Field sitting a Imp pc Tate a circuit judge Sawyer a states District judges Hoffman and to Ash Fortt amp a. The chief question rotted to to dete fretto the Power Thebaut Mission to Crew by the answer their it Filto the court decide that the Pacific Rau commission to ��4 a judicial body. It it it real Power. It can determine nor raw the government the Ligated by to it report to the jul not even be admissible in a Judic ally and to Eti Dertod erf a a Masiero inv pirated. In it Mere Board inquiry to obtain informal i Cert in May Ter Sand report the result to a i proud it Arne to Congress it in authorized to invoke the rid Ltd the United states court Iff and testimony at books papers and Doug men land Stich Mirts Mav in care a Quot i a witness to Trowt the subpoena Issue a a a order requiring such witness to obey and to i a it re it Tice Hooks Ami Papero and answer que nit ions. Citizen s right personal Security involve to Only the protections i his person from Assal flt but the exemption i his Rivat affairs books and papers i Fri i tiie scrutiny others. The Law Eom i part the production in judicial proceedings i sub document As effect the interest. I others which Are necessary to i the prosecution criminals and in Only one i these ways can they be obtained Ami made Public against the wed the two. I itt Floyd is. The United state ill u. 1 ill the supreme court said by i Pretl Soto discovery by extorting the pity compelling the production my private a it be and papers to i him crimes a to forfeit a is contrary to the principles Fres this had reference to Beri Winal proceedings but applicable to Laii Virdi production private books mud i papers a a str otherwise than the course Judi a a proceedings a Recife snit for that Pur Posri it is a forcible Intro Irion into and Compulos v pos fire Owa private affairs and paper without i plow in the course Jan us Lings. Which i contrary to the 1 few Fco Eromo flt and abhorrent to a stints and americans i in Hallett f u Bourne is. Thompson u13 la 8 1h8thompson bad refused to obey i an order the House Ito preventatives to i it once books and Papero Aid was by order lid tiie speaker confined in jail forty five 8 inv when be was released a abeam Cor pus by titty gift Cofeine court the District oif Columbia. He "1 the 8ergeant-at-Anm, 8 and the a preme court the United states i held that Congress did not possess the Power i to inquire into the private private i the decision proceeds. _ 8 Quot the act creating this commission a l her h Izz i it to inquire whether the directors officer 8 employee the Central Pacific Are inter-8 ested in other hit riness corporations with which i undertaking Lcy Sre have entered into but lax a Romier nned in their inquiries As to the he huh such officers in other Basi fit Duelz aug. 3l�?wffltam Cyb Lea editor United Irth Nul presided Zeefe Sudaj Over the fortnightly meeting the Irish not Kcal league in this City. Tire meeting Yatos unusually Large. My Brien mid that tire first Branch tire league against which tire government should Tiene a Paromb mation would held its Aree tog with eloped doors mid refuse the open them Ter Ike police even if they demanded cd they worm leave. The police to do hut break their Era the if tired were determined to Latex fire Central tire league would Tito ate the hard mayor to grate Tiren the use tire City Hall Witt special oboe to Tete to during tire league meetings thereto. They Are interest a Ness to such matters As these persons May choose to disclose. They were not prohibited from a do Fairton in other lawful business because their interest in and connection with the Central Pacific and that other Bustness might As Well be the constr Seviou and management other railroads As the planting fruit in which some them have in fact born Englat Forti. Quot with few Eftee to vouchers respecting which the Principa Are propounded to which Ere to asked to a impel answers from witnesses .4 is conceded by the commission in this Mimori Bot the moneys converted by them were put a a a a a her test the United states in in a the b it earnings the if us Cal the Case it is difficult to see what interest the United states crag pm in the disposition there is obeys. The. Remits can not upon that conc in key Aid Tho Loremi Sion in ascertaining How Money were exp Stid de. It Woald seem As though Cong Rem de that the court should make tire Ord Guj a pro meet re i a me trite tet Regato to it is Dill Civit to Tito and thak lire Odon executor the a i mid to it if the Creeh Firewo Ero Tod item a described the owe tip Fri spa Rio it a Une Cedeary to a a a elder questions were proper in themselves Tel courts can not to made instruments to rid. Tee commission. Thai Wurt therefore dec litre to make an order give a the commission taken to the books Tho construction companies and compelling the cheers to answer wanted to practice. Volt fitter firemen plan flew n. J. Found to have Reyn the originators numerous Newn Liary fires. Plainfield no j., aug. 30.�?seven members a he Plainfield fire department Are under arrest by Theodore Wannees u very stable Man Vannese car Penter Horace Yannes a get watchman George Reed Thylli it Hapenny Painter Robert planner an express Man and John Jackson we Driver. They Are accused Beisig tiie originators the Hundred More incendiary fires that have taken place in the City Der aug the last ten twelve years. Jackson and a Confederate were caught in tire Art fixing a House and Avenue Huriy Day morning. Jack sort is said to harm made a confession which will convict a the scc1186? to the fires became so non Rora Abate Arete ago that a Pinkerton detective was am played by the insurance out the incendiary. The detective Tew a acquainted with a number Trevett Meta Cirami instances occurred which turn cd i suspicions in that direction. Following the Clew he soon became a whale fellow Well met with the firemen was admitted the their secrets and in Lese than a Montete was convinced that the majority the area were started by member Tec company a just for the f in the thing a he put up a Job by which Jackson As stated was cd aught in the Art firing a House and his arrest and confession followed. Figures whih a new Ink to Rosti thinks should dispel apprehensions a Money famine. New York aug. 30.�?the net imports Gold Dot ring the last thirteen Monte Wear $40,000,000. With tee Domestic fete Tion during tire same period this makes a total addition to tire oin ulat Teg me Tom Over $70,000,000 in a Htee More Tea year. The pct reports Are if tire year a further site Qeti from 000,000 to $50,000,000 wifi a my Tete Titi Gold in the country. The Tamte 19��p�? revel that Tireace farts ought Ted Tsipai Tete prehension As to an a my wracked a v4l i Quot Kukral via the Evenin / few wire from Brodhead via sums tire Fonh Bastiam thl it Brodhead Biler Mill Wra and armied too out to go a cd Early i agr morning ate met the first �3 Job Speed carrying Dow. The Are Chaneay Smi the Ahja Grain 500 a a Tea flour Ite Tey feed. One Hundred Hamrdla ruined ate tire wheal a Al Maatz Tetel Tahi borne tire Fly it and feed will be a damaged Cpd Itira. The mated at heir Eean $15,000 and wms the ask Al waa owned by 9baym c. J8m a the operated by Roon Troe a h a come

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