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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 14, 1889, South Haven, MichiganSouth Haven Sentinel vol. Xxiii sept Heb 14, 1889. --------�?-4-�?>��?�?1�? --,.7777,.,-. A us. Utter of in the in mrs. Oscah Wilde is Ono most popular women orators gland. Switzerland has built one thousand in us since tourists began visiting that country. Two hebrews own the site of ancient Babylon where their ancestors were captives and slaves. A York woman says she has carried Flowers to every murderer condemned to death in that City for Twenty years. There Are still Over ten million Square Miles of unoccupied districts in various Heathen lands where missionaries thus far have never entered. P. Ovett accompanied by a dog has driven in amp buggy from California to Pennsylvania. He reports that the a going is More or less miscellaneous the a Jyh title of the Sultan of the Sulu if lands is Padua Balinda Yang i per Tuan Maulana Sultan Mohammed Budder Oddin. He is a Strong id n but always looks tired. Eighty years ago Lenny Sou. Darwin Gladstone. Lincoln Oliver Wendell Holmes. Edgar Allan Poe and gird Houghton were born. Eight Jen Hundred and nine was a great Jeat. Patti has concluded to make Mother Farewell tour of this country next sea son. The plent tudo a if american dollars Mies parting such Sweet sorrow but foreign stars keep it up in a Elin Tely Quot epitome of the w Eek. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. In the United state ther were 114 business failures during the Poven Days ended on the 6th ult again 180 the pre flu i seven Days. At a meeting of president Harrison and 1 his Cabinet on the 7th h was decided not to Call an extra yes too of Congress the president of the 7th appointed Rev. Henry g. Haliot California a chaplain in the army. At the lean Long Clearing houses in the United sues the exchanges during the week ended on the 7rh ngg related 963,941/71, against #057,421,3$ 5 tie previous week a compared with the corresponding week of a big the increase am or. Q Ted to 11.2. T�4 cast. The roof of a portion of the Stewart Iron company s Worgs at Micron pa., fell on the 6th, fatally insuring four men it was stated on the 6th that the Young a a or it of Haiti More woman who recently committed suicide it a a the Prills the beet known men in Chicago died suddenly of heart disease aged sixty years. He was at one time a Gambler but for the past fourteen a it ars had been an evangelist and was a zealous labourer in the lord a celebrated the thirty ninth anniversary of in admission into the Union on the 9th an earthquake Shock on the oth at Florence. We badly damaged the Van nor Wick Rogers paper Mill the largest Mill of the kind in the world. In Burleigh county d. T., the discovery of Rich Salt lives was reported on the win. I i n k Fisher a noted negro horse to Nief a was captured near h Awatha kan., on the i nth by a band of to mers and hanged to a 1 a Botev exploded on the 0th on the farm i of John w Snydar near Carbondale Iii., causing the death of Snyder and four other men a. The water from an abandoned mine i burst into the White Ash Colliery at Golden col a Gnu fhe 9th, drowning ten miners i could not be recovered for to o or three weeks. Tur Celebration of the anniversary or the my. In the War of Aei ensa 01 a. A i Isi it a a Rains the British began in thut City Niagara Falls w As m is Anna Mead ago president Larrison viewed the Twenty five years of Binghamton. a a to the presidents visit to general 4\.ana j 1 a Leven influential citizen of makers Cheston Hill residence near 1 Una a a if it have been the who Delphta on the 6th was observed by the m shipped Terv Aseneth Street planting of a historical tie by president it aps no n or Gladstone s Library at has a a t Fri Vii 11. On the 7th the Iaru Varden is one of to Jap finest private i in Tfaye world it tries in England. It a More than j ,.rovjjeace Bostc went thousand volumes. Or. Gladstone Loans his books out to any one n the neighbourhood who wants to read them. Rev. Or. John it Paxton of new York is something of a Pessimist. He said in a late Sermon a while people Are to Day More humane than Ever before the e is 10 much dishonesty that by my soul if stealing were to be punished by Moning to death All the quarries in the world would soon become exhausted.�?�. I Zetteh carriers in attendance at tie recent g a. It in Milwaukee formed an association with w. H. Wood of Detroit. Mii-h., Preiti Cut. The Assoc a lion fave a pen Sioning leucih�?~ai�?Trie/9� and also the wearing by Ihm of stripes on the Era like aug wants chevrons each Harrison. A huge tidal wave created havoc on the far Lockaway Ltd. A Beach 011 teas a the. Over two thousand Persona were drenched three men were drowned and Many Sinah building were wrecked. At Atlantic it and Sahury Park n. A. Several buildings were also destroyed by High tides in a letter to k new York paper Oil the 7th John l Sullivan Tho pugilist declared his desire to run for Congress in a Boston District. The government s new steel Cruci 1 in rde Irbia was launched at the cramp Yards in Phi and Eljhia on the 1th. A flame destroyed d. Meyer a it o. A big sugar establishment in Williamsburg n. A on the 7th, causing alow of on the 7th the largest swing Span draw Ridge in the world that on the new 5 or. Providence amp Boston rail route Over the thames River at new London it 01111waa swung into place. A 4ta, n of the morning of the a Thieve Brodie went Over the Horseshoe fails at Niagara in a rubber suit he was picked up below tha fills in an unconscious Conditi n. He recovered consciousness shortly after Ami an examination showed that he was not seriously in red. A business directory of Johnstown la. And surrounding i or ii is issued on the 9h contained the names of Over live Hundred business and professional men. It also showed the it there were thirty six grocery stores and fifty one saloons open in i that place. At Worcester. Mass., l r. Obtained a verdict on the Aga not Rev. Father Bochu he Causo tin i Pri St had denounced from the pulpit i marriage after getting a divorce a severe drought prevailed 011 Tom. The in Maine and Forest fire were burning in the Northern and Western so a i a. Hundreds i of thousands of do Flarv Worth of property having been Desti oved. I fire on the thin car docs rag and junk. t in no fun i Ripe tour year. Of serve j e a i panic stricken and three Young women were fatally Hurt. On the uth Taylor a Bustle manufactory at Bridgeport tkinn., where about six Hunt dred girls were employed shut Down indefinitely. The Bustle having gone to largely out of fashion that comparatively no demand for it remained. At Wilkes Barre pa., Ami surrounding owns a Shock of earthquake w As fell on the evening of the Luth. At about a same time five acres of the Del Awais a Hudson mine at Plymouth caved in but no one was Hurt. Alono the Atlantic coast a ktorn1 a it great severity was sweeping on the 10th. At Coney Island and West Brighton hundreds of pavilions had been destroyed. Some Cue with nothing ele to do As figured out that no one now living ill Ever be Able to Date a document without using the figure nine. It now hands at the extreme right. 1889. Next year it will take third place 890. Where it will remain for ten Earth it will then move up to second Ilace 1900. And remain there 100 . A local brass band plays All Day Ong in a rom at the Edison Labora Ory in West Orange n. J., for a phonograph. And Large numbers of Lup Licato cylinders containing Tho Melody Are made and shipped to the Paris exposition. The manufacture my shipment of Tho cylinders Willcon Niue so Long As the exposition remains up ten. The a cd a Hoit Italy the principal towns a a one after another providing buildings for the treatment of hydrophobia according to Pasteur s system and the municipal Council of Home has lately decided to devote the necessary sum of Money to furnishing a Pasteur Institute there. This is a Strong proof of the increasing Confidence Felt in the treatment the claims of various sections for possessing the oldest living Man Tho oldest dog and the oldest horse haying All been submitted and duly weighed. Kentucky now comes to the front in the person of d. harhon Neau of Williamstown with the oldest living Hen. She is sound and healthy at the age of fourteen but has stopped laying eggs. By and by we shall get at the old women. And her daughter recently were indicted in Montana Forest fires on the to the did Rev �1 Zofi 000 North of damage Ine flames spread it Ith such rapidity that Many person narrowly escaped with Tabeli Timber Voung sons of c. G Baker. Christopher a Llie and George were drowned on the Lith in Tuolumne River near Modesto regulators on the 10th murdered Roye mond Cormier and his daughter a a a a he a d fifteen rears near Lafayette ill cause they disregarded an older to Iea a the Placo. 1 democrats of Tva i Ugto. Territory 1 session on the Ike at Guensburg Nomi i rated la simple Lor governor and i Samuel Wheelwright and Thomas to Griir i flip for Congress. On to o Hrh five men belonging to the United state a Monitor Baa air were drowned by the capsizing of a boat off Bandy 1 Point j War in the constitutional convention at Santa i of an m., on the 10th a majority refused to permit the incorporation of a woman s a if fringe clause in the article relating to an elective franchise. At Decatur. I�1, Henry Starr shot and a killed his Mother Early on the morning of the loth mistaking her for a Charleston miss advices of the 10th Nav that seven negroes had be in killed there within forty eight hours including Georgo alien Leflore county to i rend Arv. Who was hanged. The total num in it i Morasso per 0f killed up to Date was estimated at 9th for one Hundred. Foreign intelligence. Dispatches of the 6th say that of the sixth four miners who were recently entombed by an explosion in a Colliery near Edinburgh sixty three perished an explosion of dynamite occurred in a Cartridge factors at Antwerp Belgium on the 6th, by which three Hundred i or soul were killed and nearly one thousand injured. The victims were mostly factory girls. The loss to property was placed at several million francs. 1 in the la lace River District of Manitoba a fire on the 6th burned Tho berries and drove away the game thus cutting off the food Supply of the in Popo had on the a the definitely abandoned the idea of departing from estimates on the Ith of the number of killed in the recent explosion at Antwerp. Belgium place it at 2u0. 1 he seriously in med numbered id and the slight in jury a Ajo. Annval returns received in Dublin on Tho 9th showed that 78,661 persons emigrated from Ireland Dur Jig the past year. In the boat rce in London on the 9th for Ras so i ii a rat Cuy the. In Ltd at<1 member a of to text or a a a a a party or e do we cd on the 9th by the. That Llu. Tad tax let by the. to a i of a s. Cot oct a a a. 9th to or. Edison Tho Mentor. It curved on the of the Luth the i. Very purely the. Celebrated was american Marta Man. Une., h i Art fill 1 ure or Cox was first elected to gun. Rilie. Pistol or revolver. A it furred congresslff�7, and had been a member Paris on the 10th from inflammation ruined resorts. Maar noted Satoria faces along Tho Atlantic fast suit by greatly from the wildest storm Knon Lorye re a Large number of yes sell Doftert Ash it re fifty lives lost so fair a heard trouw Philadelphia 8epta 12. A late cd spate is show that the. Storm Long the Toui. M this Section is the most terrible in the memory of Man. The Beach from Reho both to Lewes is strewn with wreck and it is thought at least fifty live were lost in Delaware Bay. Men were seen clinging to the rigging of the sinking >es8f�?~ the life saving Crews were powerless to Render assistance owing to the fury o the Gale. It was a terrible sight to wet Lens. Their bodies were washed ashore and were buried in the Sand Mong the water. The Loes to vessel property at the breakwater will reach it is thought $\,uj0,0u0. The loss of life in Delaware Bay by the storm a been almost As heavy As during the great blizzard of March 1sh three Pooai Aden schooners the A l Bryan the w alter f Parker and Kate k Morse have sunk at fourteen foot Bank and of Twenty three persons on Board Only two Are to be saved. It is reported that two other schooners have gone Don with All on Board swelling the loss of re to thirty Fin. The two survivors of the 1 wrecks Are mate Jacobson and Steward Hunter of the A l Bryan who had a terrible experience All night dug and Uris Ted ashore so Enteen Miles Tom scene of the wreck. Jim a a Kant Vest la wukcef.i�. Lewes Del sept 11�?the storm in this neighbourhood continues with unabated fur a ship supposed to lie the William e Grace from Havre for Philadelphia is ashore on the Point of capes her masts Are Cut away and it is impossible for a boat to reach her. Seventeen other vessels Are known to be ashore in the same Vicinity. Wilmington de sept 12.�?thirty vessels have gone Down in the terrible Gale w hich has prevailed off the Atlantic coast a for the past three a Laya the breakwater i a Lewes is completely Cut of from the main land by the floods with the exception of a precarious i communication by Means of the Railroad the life saving Crews from the Lewes Henl opon and Ite Hoboth stations have been working heroically for thirty six Houis saving the lives of shipwrecked sailors. The Beacht strewn with wreckage. The Lowes life station is almost washed from Iti foundation As Are several houses along the Beach Lewes hotels Are crowded with the Crews of stranded vessels Many of the wrecks Are full of water and will be total losses. The damage done by the storm it Lewes and Vicinity will not fall Short of 9 tu0,uu9, havoc at Many resorts. Philadelphia sept. 12.-the terrible storm w hich has prevailed along the coast for so Many hours past has left Atlantic Civ n. Jin a frightful condition. 1 he place is almost entirely under water. The 10,0 0 permanent residents and More than hotel guests Are panic stricken at Tho steady encroachment of the sea and the awful Liu Wileane prevailing. Not a train can reach or leave the storm beleaguered City. A famine is threatened. There is no milk no vegetables no meat no eggs and before another Day dawns there will be nothing left but bread and water. No trains Bave left the hooded City since monday morning the devastation and ruin is appalling and the loss of life is As yet a matter of conjecture the rain began falling in torrents tuesday morning and All through the Day added its copious volumes to the general inundation. And when Nightfall enveloped the storm bound City almost every foot of it was submerged by the flood varying in depth trom one to five Leet during Tho night the Foje developed inter a Hurricane Tho Waves gathered redoubled Power and with wednesday morning s flood tide they swept the coast with a destructiveness that was appalling. 5n Hole squares of Board walk were thrown High into the air the shattered timbers tailing Down in a Shower of infinite Sima pieces pavilions Bath houses Booths end other by mings were raised bodily and it is said that a Quebec w Oman was a gently the subject of a Miracle Tor Ine months she suffered from a dts ase which deprived her of the use of or legs. She also suffered from can or inthe breast she was carried by friends to the shrine of Stane where he assisted at divine service received Loly communion and prayed with error. Then generating the relics of Stane she arose and walked to her seat without the help of anybody fhe Miracle was witnessed by two Housand pilgrims from All parts of an amp a. In what was the room of a Black Bart the Young Michigan highwayman who has been robbing stages cars oct. By wholesale of late there were found 840 yellow backed dime novels on a subjects from the Rescue of the a a Ludo an Princess to the successful robbery of the Piketown stage coach. His record of a half dozen stages a train and sleeping car and several sol tary travellers accompanied by two murders and several felonious assaults is one of which even his heroes of yellow backed fiction could be proud. Or Viou Mustion As an effective and humorous speaker writer and lecturer. Joel 8. Jedway aged eighty year living near Loudon. N. Was robbed on the 10th of $9.500 by two Confidence men at the Point of a revolver. The famous horse Bourke Cochran fell at the water jump in a Steeple a has j at Albany. N. A on the loth breaking both fore legs below the knee and had to he shot thus ending the career of what was once the Best Stoeple Eha Serin the country. The democrats of new Jersey in state Convent on on the 10th at Trenton renominated Leon Abbett for governor. On the 10th the eighth animal National Encampment of the sons of veterans was formally opened at Paterson n j., by com a Mander to chief Abbott in Ioe h mutilated remain of another fallen woman were found by the police on the Lulu All the circumstances attending it proven that the murder was the work of the same mysterious Assassin by whose hand so Many victims have Falen. An old maids club at Berlin. Ger land has Jurt come to an untimely and the society was started in 1880, Ith nearly thirty members each of a bom agreed to a Fine of one Housand Marks fifty pounds if she ice weak enough to marry at he spinsters kept to their colors but ittle by Little the married off us i0w Only one is left single and she in merits the fines amounting to fourteen nedred pounds she will give Money to a charitable Hospital and retain the remainder for her own use. West and South. The Bute fair of Iowa closed at let is Moines on the 6�o�. Having been the most successful financially to the history of the a Rabi y on the morning of the 6th Over fifty neg Oes were a urged with whips new last Point Aby a regulators the victims making night hideous by their screams in Tbs National league the percentage of the base Ball club for the week ended on the 7th was a a follow Boa ton Kos new York. .6 6 Philadelphia 5.� Chicago .51� Cleveland .4s1 Indianapolis 433 Pittsburgh 42� Washington .350. American association a so Louis .637 Baltimore �?os5 a thit .568 Cincinnati w Kain was Cut 41� Columbus .497 association Omaha. Paul y Sioux City. .599 Minna Apiu. 1�1-Waukee, 4v Denver a 8t Jose a422 Des Moines. .836. Of the 8th Anton Brown and Beniamin Cable both of Cincinnati committed a Niclide through d Spon Dency. Frank Blewitt and Frank Cowen Feu asleep on the 7th on the Alton track at Marshall mo., while drunk and were killed by a train. The death of or. J Bun of Terre haute ind., occurred suddenly of heart disease on the 7th. He wan eighty nne Yean of age. Had practice Medicine for Over sixty years and was the oldest Knight Templar in the United states in Northern Wyoming territory the big Horn mountains were ablaze on the Ith and the loss from the destruction of Timber ranches and other property would reach 000. The death of or. Elizabeth Wallingford aged ninety three years occurred on the 7th at Mankato Mian the was the Tamly surviving widow of a Soldier of the revolution in Minnesota and was the oldest except a one to the United Sutea. w. B. Boyd shot his wife near Charlea ton 8. C., on the 8�o� and then killed him Butis Baa made the present season he worst in a financial sense in the i Story of the Atlantic Seaboard re Orte. The actual Meney Loas at Coney land during one week of bad weather s estimated m fi00,000. Be Obb Bush coloured aged seventeen years charged with assault tag a while girl of five years was takes from the jail at Columbia a on the 7th by a and hanged. At Jeffersonville ind. Joseph sulte was a ent need to ten years in prison on the 7th because he swore Carrie Ashby whom he married was of age when she was Only fourteen yers cd of the 9th Anthony Delight or a Tony Delight a he always called one of later a the storm in th3 Vicinity of new York continued with unabated vigor on the 11th. Several wreck a were reported along Thi coast Ami accounts of damage at Seaside resorts c a tinted to come in. Ocean steamship were arriving All right a1 Lewes Del., Many ship were reported wrecked and Over forty live were known to have been lost Ocean City Maryland t Reading summer resort and Atlantic i Ity n. J., were wrecked. The Coal mind is in Eastern Tennessee Viere out on strike on the 11th for higher wages and Many families were in want. the town of Shoat Lake. Man., was almost totally wiped out by fire of the 11 tax at Baker s station Lintl William Bril was put off a train on the 11th for not paving his fare whereupon he shot and killed the conductor James Lemon Corr Oral Tanner commissioner of 1 in Sions tendered his resignation to the presi Dent on the 11th. 1 Franklin stack White and Davie Boone Blacks both murderers were taker from jail by a at Morganton n. C., or the uth and hanged. In the Wyoming Valley in penury Lanu on the 11 til a half mile of ground just outside the town of Plymouth settled Over a Coal mine. Soveral mules were in the mine at the time and All were killed. 1 he miners escaped. Reports of the 11th from All portions of Northern northeastern and Northwestern Tex a v Ere to the effect that great damage had been done to property and crops by ,1<at Oakland cat s boiler in a Sash door and Blind factory exploded on the 11th demolishing the engine House and Kil no four men. Several others were severely William brows of Heth tue no help and was taken from his bed on the night of Tow 11th by White Caps tied to a tree in hts to cd Given my a he on the bar. Back in the presence of i i ally a set Home was announced on the 11th Loi the construction of a ship Edinburg an l Glasgow. The capital was placed at trunk of ?y7v�?o who Yusz to be married of roof Bic sum #2,390 had been Given hex by affianced to keep until the Wendt bugday the body of Mia Ann. Mea Ltd the Hamton Young woman who cide at Niagara Falls on t he 5th,oame Tot he surface of the Candia Side of the shul Pool on the Letb and was secured. The Oue Hundredth anniversary of the opening of the United states Treasury department at Washington occurred on the uth. A a a a advices of the 11th say that Henry Stanley was marching toward Basss after fighting his Way through the How til country of the a Moro and Uganda trl Bei mid conquering the native he had established the authority of the British Earl Africa company Over the country from the upper Nila to the East coast carried oof to sea or thrown on the Beach in a Mas Al ruin Large Fifee Story houses were our Coly under i a and fell in the a boiling surf into frag Chenta and nut Bulkhead were shattered and the hefty timbers Cash about a if they were Patch Sticks. 1 lie Iron pier was a Siept away and Between this Point and state a Avenue All the and stands were destroyed by the Breakers the thousand and one building including Bath houses photograph and shooting galleries Shell stores Booths and stands of every description All went Down and mingled their debris in the Whirlpool of destruction. It was a scene never to be forgotten and was fraught with thrilling incidents and hair breadth escapes fire and water was the dread combination which assailed the dozen or More Oil dough on the Ocean Terrace. This strongly protected spot juts out into the Ocean. The Terrace was entirely surrounded by water and it was necessary to carry each piece of furniture through the Rushing Waters filled with the floating debris. The terror stricken women and children were carried to a place of Safotu first and then followed the movable article. But Long before the Hardy men had completed their task the undermined buildings succumbed to the on-1 Al aught of Tho Waves and toppled Over Seaward. They remained in this con Ditton until Midnight and then when the i lightened and nervous hotel guests were endeavouring to get a few hours rest n Sheet of flame a seen to shoot up from the ruined building. It was a period of terror to these people and when they i peered through windows and saw the 1 head eur illumined with tire they sprang from their Beds in terror and rushed to the lower floors the majority of them men and women Clad in nothing save their night attire. In the mansion House were 2r people the greatest number being won do and children. Outside the How Ling Hurricane and the commotion attending a fire at night struck terror into the hearts of the women but they were in to actual danger the flames consumed All the wrecked structures on the Terrace. From Pleasantville town to Atlantic City the Railroad tracks Are almost entirely destroyed and the West Jersey Road Section of a mile in extent Are carried away out of sight the heavy steel Rai s Are twisted into every conceivable shape and for Miles in succession the rails and ties have been carried ten to Twenty five feet from the roadbed. The news from Longport was to the effect that a monster wave swept along the coast from great egg Harbor Bay up to South Atlantic City doing incalculable damage to property. All communication with this exposed Section is Cut off and lives and property alike May have been destroyed without the knowledge of the inhabitants of Atlantic City. Fiere is but Little doubt that petara1 Beach House a been swept away but the thick atmosphere prevents a Clear View of the isolated place. The inhabitants of the houses on the Penrose track had a thrilling race for life before the rising Waters and it is said that a number of lives were lost at that place and among the outlying Meadow tenement. The losses will undoubtedly run into millions of dollars and it will be Many years Ere the City by the sea will recover from this terrible visitation of wind and tide. Next to the continued ravages of the storm the greater dread is Felt at the alarming Scarcity of fresh a aun j table even the water apply is limited for the Mammoth standpipe of the water company has been partially wrecked by the storm. The Artesian Well is the Only source of supp y for the 80.009 to 40,inhabitants of the storm besieged City. The electric Light too gave out wednesday night new York 8ept 12.-the great Atlantic Cyclone swept the Shore with unabated to Leuce wednesday. Though the rage of the Ocean had somewhat decreased. A o clock in the morning the Hurricane had reached i a right. The Wlad tear Jeff through space at the rate of Sec qty five mile an hour. The if roads made upon the Beach 5 a a a a Temu. Of new beaten Island. Rockaway and the new Jersey coast added further costly wreck to the destruct Veteo or tuesday. Heavy rain without one moment s cessation continued to beat upon the dismal streets of new York the disco Anfort to pedestrians and tradesmen the Reading. And the damage to basement Stock in Many cases was com plate the approximate storm can not be. Mated but will reach Many million of dollars while a number of Uvea a o paid forfeit to its fury. At Long Beach fire Island Arverne Lockaway and i o at Lookout All the cottages. Small buildings and Pella no have been in 0? the Manhattan and Brighton hotel Are in danger the Quot undermining of the foundations while the bulkheads that have g Way have caused the destruction of a Init Kir structures. The damage on Staten Island i also very serious while All along the new Jersey coast from Sandy Hook to Cape May the same condition of affairs Fez Iata the Cliffy at mixing Branch have crumbled and the sea surge to though the streets and avenues of Asbury Park Ocean Grove and other place n that Iveigh both. Oil. Atlantic City is Cut off from the main land. On Long Island sound the tide has caused havoc to the wharves at Greenwich Stamford Bridgeport and towns on the Connecticut coast Are overflowed and the streets flooded new to Cholle willets Point and All the islands lying in the Nock of the sound experienced the full vigor of the storm postmaster Chester of sea Isle City a e Bis was to the Mainland and report thing in very bad shape there. The sea Viall which was built to protect the place from the sea has been destroyed. About fifteen houses have been washed away including the Hewland House the Star House and the sea Speare hotel the Continental hotel which i the largest and most important hotel there Alt right. The excursion House which is directly on the sea front and the surf hours Are a Aid by or. Chester to be in danger of destruction. Lie does not report any loss of Elf a the Townsend Inlet Bridge which is a Verv important Structure and one that it will be hard to replace is reported to have been w asked away. Many Miles of Railroad track have been carried away and weeks will be place the line where Thev were b fore the storm. At Sebright n. A. The sea Cut a new Inlet through into Tho Shrewsbury River North of Seabright near where there was an Inlet 100 years ago tearing away the san j Hook tracks of the Central Railroad and again making Sandy Hook an the cottages of George Blanden and a. F. Carpenter at Low Mooi were undermined and toppled into the sea. Many other cottages were dam aged the cottage of Esquire Howland is gon and the Brick Walls of the new methodist episcopal Church Are a mass of Ruina the Beach is strewn with debris of All kinds several bodies have been seen floating in the surf but no one could to cover them. The storm is beginning to subside in this cite and the water in the Ead and North Rivers is not so High. The vessels at Anchor have the appearance of having gone through a Cyclone. Their rigging in torn i n shreds and Mata re Dismant e reports of wrecks come from All along the new Jersey Shore. Five transatlantic steamers have made port the Wisconsin City of new York England. Colorado and California the latter Hud on Board a tug Load of immigrants. Salisbury my sept 12.-the destruction wrought by the storm at Ocean City air eat All the porch columns at the hotel and cottages Are washed away the door and windows broken and 1iurniture is Floa ing about the to it a Ach. The seas tues Dav night were breaking to the cond of the Atlantic hotel and Congress Hali. And Waves pin six feet deep through the hotel i he Ern Curc is floating in Tho rooms. A train was sent to4��i#y nigh to Rescue the dwellers on the Beach. The work Waadne by a Large number of men joining hands and wading through the w Ater Waist deep. Thev brought Tho women to the cars one by one seated on their joined hands. Baltimore my sept. 11-the terrible Gale which raged for Twenty four hours resulted in considerable damage along tiie Chesapeake. Reports Are very meager. Shipping at this port is practically paralysed there being Only three arrivals on wednesday. New Haven. Conn. Sept 12.�? Rev. A George n Harford Jacob Smith had Captain Daniel Craft of Norwalk left that place in an eighteen foot cat boat monday afternoon for Long Island and it is feared Thev were lost in the storm which raged shortly afterwards. Telegrams to various Long Island ports have failed to elicit any information about the men. Forties have gone out in boats to search for them. Another butchery. He wanted blood. The terribly mutilated body of on More fallen woman found in the Whitechapel do strict ill cations that two fiend Are at wort. In it Ndon sept 11.�?the most horrible murder yet perpetrated in the n7 Hite Chape District came to Light tuesday morning when a policeman discovered the body of disreputable woman lying under the railway Arch that spans Cable Street the head and legs had been Cut off and carried away and the stomach ripped open leaving the bowels lying upon the ground. The trunk was nude and a torn and bloody undergarment Lay on the ground by Side it from the fact that there was no blood on the ground it is App rent that the woman was butchered somewhere else and the body conveyed to the place where it was found. Experts Are of opinion that the woman was killed at least two Days ago and that the murderer who seems to have possessed considerable surgical skill must have consumed several hours in the dissection of his victim. The body is evidently that of a Voung woman Between 2u and a years of age an the e is absolutely nothing about it in it mutilated state to give the slightest clue to its identity. The bands Are not those of a working woman but there Are no Mark upon the fingers by we Meh it Cou d be conjectured whether or no she had Ever worn a wedding ring. It is thought that the work is that of some other than the notorious Jack the Ripper and if so it reveals the fact that there Are two series of murders being committed by two separate criminals under the eve of the police in the heart of London. Their deed differ in the fact that the Ripper carries away skirt ions of his victims remains which Are untouched in the unfortunates to fail by the knife of the unknown fiend. Tuesday s is the fourth tragedy in which Only the trunk of a woman s body Lias been found and the head and limbs not Dis covered. The first was found at ram Hain where it had been thrown up by the thames three years ago. The second was the body found near Charing Cross soon Ait a. The third was the trunk found in Battersea bark East Spring the legs of which were afterwards cast up by tie thames in these three instances the bodies have remained unidentified and the Heads have never been found. I he present Case will doubtless be identical As the prevailing theory is that i this murderer bludgeons his victims and i then severs and Burns the beads throwing what other members be is unable to Dis-1 pose of otherwise into the thames. Four undetected murders therefore lie at the door of the Savage. The seven murders in which abdominal laceration a occurred Between april 8 and november 188s, Muy be attributed to the Ripper and tie one of july 16 last to a near imitator of Trio eviscerate or. In All twelve murders have been committed under circumstance which should Render the perpetrators unusually easy of detection but to whom the police have not tie slightest Clew. One theory is that the affair is a hoax perpetrated by medical students who took the body from some dissecting room and placed it there in order to create an excite ment in the City. _ Sunset Cox is dead. Taurer Forret and three Burly accorn Plicet raid the Carlson cottage and Moscare specimens of the blood stained floor and Wall. Pm Coo sept 10.-lawyer Forrest who1# defending sex detective Coughlin in the Cronin trial. Monday afternoon with the Aid of Izreo Large and heavy built men raided the Carlson cottage and succeeded in getting away with pieces of the flooring and Walls covered with spot of Cronin s blood. Since the cottage has become famous it has been arranged for the inspection of visitors by the building of a railing Aero a the Corner of the room. When the attorney commenced digging up the flooring with a pocket knife Orison and his son in Law or. Loud Grey attempted to Stop him car Sou presenting a revolver to Forrest s head. 1 he three men accompanying Forrest jumped Over the railing and overpowered Carlson and Lind Gina and held them Down on the floor until the lawyer had completed his work. They also took Carlson s revolver away from him. Having secured the specimens Forrest Aud his three accomplices jumped info a Carriage and drove away. Wien they bad safely seated themselves and the horses had been whipped up one of them threw Carlson s revolver Back into Yard. The lawyer s Tineo accomplices Are unknown and Carbon and Lindgren can give but a vague description of them. That the act of or. Forrest and his party was premeditated is evidenced by a disclosure made by or. Carlson. About ii o clock monday morning he says a Mac came to the House and after looking about in rather a suspicious Way came up to him and asked if any officers were detailed to watch the place. Upon receiving a negative reply and after a Little it Forth talk the Man walked toward the City. The old Man. Who is not a close observer failed to note a very accurate description of his caller., the Forrest episode was reported by Lindgren to Captain Koch of the Lake View station who immediately common rated with Captain Schuttler. A consultation Between chief Hubbard an Captain Schuttler was held and Lega Steps to the Case will probably be tint in trying. A or Forrest when seen at his residence during Thi even no did not seem at All Dis composed. He was urbane but non com initial. Whether from scruples or other motives he declined to give any St t ment of the matter he a Sld neither admit nor deny except inferential that any thing out of the Ordinary had occurred. 3sto 17 1 a Baltimore celebrates. The ctr a we a Honor of ill Morteal event. Balt Mork md., sept 19. A the a a stay Celebration of the anniversary of tue defense of Baltimore has begun. The events to be celebrated Are of tonal importance and the a f one of them the bombardment of fort Mchenry during the War of i. Inspired that patriotic outburst in song the a Star spangled Banner i us Focient of itself to give to Tho Baltimore festival the National interest which a been recognized a the a spation of president Harrison Ami the efforts of the War and Navy departments to contribute to its Success. Along the great thoroughfares of the Chesapeake the frowning fronts of old time War Housea and the Graceful Arches and pillars of modern Patakos of Trad hide their somber colors in a Espoo no o Bunting and clusters of flags. Nearly ail the houses in the part of the City the festivities Are to take place have been elaborately decorated. The stars and stripes Are carried in the hands of myriads and on every breast is worn a medal a reminder of the Brav a of the defenders of fort Mchenry an Baltimore in 1814, a Symbol of american twice won Freedom and Independence. There is no Root for business it relegated to the rear and Patriot ism has taken its place. The air i Ftp e with music and with song the strains or a Dixie Quot Are applauded and Che red and a Yankee Doodle a meets with a w Arm reception but a the Star spangled Lan a Hia in Tindal liven. Which r still sinking. Ave in known for years the mine near Wollke to la a greatest i takas place in Barre. A. Wilkes Barre a sept. 12.-the big Cave in at no. 5 Colliery. Poke hollow in worse than was first reported. The disaster is the greatest that has occurred in the Coal regions for years. In some places the Earth has gone Down Over Twenty feet and is still sinking. The loss to the mine owner will exceed #100,000. Luckily there were no dwellings of the tract the Cave in affects about thirty acres of mining property belonging to the Delaware a Hunson uni Pauy. About 1,500 men and boys will be thrown out of work As it will take Many Mouths to put the mines in mining condition. Twenty five men were at work in the mice when the crash came but ail of them managed to escape safely. The Bottom has fallen out of a number of cellars in the neighbourhood and a farmhouse near by has partially toppled Over. Loss 3y crops the noted statesman author and 44 it expire at Ilia Home in new York. New York sept 11.-congressman 8 s. Cox died at 8 33 o clock tuesday evening the end was quiet and the d ing Man breathed his last As peacefully As if falling into a Light sleep. Mrs. Cox who had been scarcely away from hot or husband s bedside for the last two Dave and night held his left hand while his old Friend Douglas Taylor be the other he had been conscious All Day until about a Quarter of an hour before the end. Or. Ixia Wood was in attendance at the time. Nicholas Kearney William Hirschfield two nurses two servants were in the room All Knelt about the lied. Or. A. Of s last conversation was about the four territories whose state Hood he hoped to father lie mentioned new Mexico and Arizona and said something about making a great Effort in Tneia behalf at the coming session. Or. Lockwood said that the immediate cause of death was heart failure and the cause Jieri Monitia. Telegrams were sent to sergeant at arms of the House of repro a Enta Tives P. I Edom and to speaker c no arrangements have yet been made in regard to the funeral or place of burial. It is mrs. Cox s w ish to have the funeral a simple As possible. Samuel Sullivan Cox was born in Zanesville of. September18ft he attended the Ohio University at Athens and was re a a a Tel a at Brown in 1816, support no himself while in College by literary work. He studied la practice in Ohio and in 1851 became Eduora of the Columbus statesman. From that time he turned his attention to Pel tics. In 1830 he was appointed solitary of legation to l a Peru and on his return was elected to Congress serving four terms from 18 ,7 to in Ftp. He Wys a Delegate to the democratic presidential Donven sons of 1864, 1�61 and 1870. In 1806 be moved to new York. In 1868 he was elected a pm a a a and torred .1 be terms. In 1809 he made a v s t to Southern eur Ope and Northern , and in 1882 to Northern Europe. In 1884 he was appointed a Nister to Turkey but returned to new York the next year and Toton stress he was re elected in .881. He a a reputation As an and Hub a a Row a speaker writer and lecturer. It was while editor of the Ohio statesman that he received a the sobriquet of a Sunset a Hng the appellation from a description of a la us Ful Sunset witnessed by h m and published in his _ badly damaged. A slight earthquake Shock causes thousands of dollars 4vortli of injury to an immense paper Mill at Florence 441s. Kau Katoa wk., sept 10.�?the Village or Florence out Agamie county a sea place one mile above Here was shaken on saturday by what is believed to have been an earthquake. The disturbance of the Earth s Interior seems to have been direct la under the spot where stands the immense pulp and paper Mill of the Van nor Felck Rogers company and great damage was done to the Mill was but recently completed. It was built mostly of Stone and the immensity of the same can readily be guessed from the fact that it is the largest paper and pulp Mill in the United a Tate the damage to the i will reach far into the thousands. The North and East Wall if the Mill Are cracked in Many places and have separated from the floor and Roo several inches. All of the North end will have to be set Over As it is All out of place Many Shaft being Bent an Artesian Well on a Bluff 2 0 feet above the Mill has ceased to flow bind the occur the upheaval of the Earth is p11�1? Hown by the condition of the Mil foundation. In Rome parts of the Mill heavy steel bars six inches in diam oter Are used for the floor upon which Are placed the heavy in a Tore a of these Are Bent out or a Thor perpendicular a Maltlon Froin two to five Onchea. Ail of Tho North end of the Mill to moved and Many of the Shaft Henk the damage has not been placed a vet but it will reach far into the thousands a the �-ork8 flu have 10 by rebuilt the Public debt. Secretary Windom declares it 4vas de creased nearly ��1.000,000 during july and a August. Washington 8ep t 10 re fear a i a eh1� Tain newspaper statements that during the month of july and of Tbs year the Public debt had been increased Over a u�o�o.u00, while during the same months i 1888 the debt bad been dfcreme.d.0 0lo 000, Secretary Windom said the fact was that the Public debt had been creased #20,910,180 during july and Augu t of this year. The statement he a Aid arose doubtless from the Peculiar form a monthly Public debt statement in which the amount of debt is Given Quot less Cash in the by this form any increase of the Cash in the Treasury shows an apparent decrease of the debt and did Bur a ments for any purpose other than t e p a of Bonds at value show an apparent increase of the Public debt equal to the amount of such disbursement. Floods in Texas. Badly injured by the incessant Rains of the fast week. Dallas Tex sept. La a a dispatches from All sections of North and Northeast and Northwestern Texas indicate general damage to crops and property and delay of traffic from floods occasioned by Rains which Hare fallen incessantly in that territory during the past week. There is scarcely a Railroad that i not obstructed by Bridge being washed away and some Ponta have been Cut off from outer communication for forty eight hour the damage to the Cotton crop Wil be Large. The rain show no signs of abating. Holzhay arraigned. The Yong norther Michigan desperado bound Over to answer to n charge of robbery and murder. Bessemer mich., sept a Hoto Hay the Young train robber who terrorized Northern Michigan and Wisconsin ail summer and waa captured at Republic a week ago had i preliminary hearing at Thea place wednesday and a bound Over to the circuit court on the double charge of robbery and murder. He will Hare i trial at the october term. The court room was packed with people anxious to see the Man whose exploit have occupied to urge a Hare of Public attention since May. Oot rid Efth Mosquito. Cincinnati sept a Are Thoma a. Loga set a plate of burning Sulphur in an upper bedroom in her residence in Avondale to drive out mosquitoes. The House took a re and a nearly destroyed. 135,000 fully insured. An old Man robbed. Loudon. N he a sept 11.-near Here on tuesday j<e1 8. Ordway aged 83 year was robbed of #9 500 by two Confidence men at the Point of a revolver. Ordway had dra the Money from Bank to a How that he a Able to support his title to his farm \ he wanted to sell and for be Purchase of which one of the swindler pretended to be negotiating. _ Michigan a Finach crop Short. Holland Mich kept. 11.-the Michigan peach crop in very Short and be Little fruit a a being shipped. Naugatuck which last year shipped 10,0u0 Basket a Day this season Only Senda out from >00 to 1 ooh a baskets. Hardly a peach can be found along the Kalamazoo River. Apple Are not so scarce and one Packer Hob contracted to furnish 10,099 barrels to an Eastern firm. _ somewhat strange. Ner a the National hymn which a i it inspiration in a the rocket a red Olare at old fort Mchenry seventy five year ago simply carries the multitude off their feet two he a Fred and eight stands with a capacity sufficient to seat to ,09u people have been erected on Broadway Baltimore Street Eutaw Street and Madison Avenue Over which route the various procession during Tho week will move. The Parade started from Broadway at 10 of clock a. M. And passed Over the following route Baltimore Street to Eutaw Street to Madison a nue to Boundary Avenue to Reisterstown Nike to Roar of Druid Hill Park to Pill in of Road to 1 Impi to first came the City officers and the governor of the state then historical float representing War and peace escorted by the guard of Honor composed or descendants of men who took part in the War of 1812-14. The six divisions of Tho Parade marched in the following order grand army of the Republic George f. Wheeler marshal. Veteran Volunteer f Remen of Maryland and elsewhere. Balt More City fire department. Benevolent and other societies and also a battalion of Publ c school children and inmates of St. Mary s Industrial school German s Nging so Cielien Turner association butchers association and brewing in Terest. Industrial trades and Railroad display. The private exhibit in Tho Trade an Railroad did Day evinced much Origina y Une float alone Cost #4,000 and half a dozen others $1,000 each. Foremost among them Are six float of the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad giving a Complete historical sketch of that great Oor portion from its Early organization to tha present beginning with a a sengers cd drawn by a single horse the application of horse Power to railway c two year later the double decked Al a pm run Between Baltimore and Frederick in 183 also propelled by horse the sail cur conceived by Evan Thoma in 1829 the electric motor of 18>i, and the latest most improved and thoroughly equipped Vestibule cars which a View is obtained through an opening in a Tunnel the seven of the typographical Union represent priv tin and newspaper work in it different St the it arty which came Over from Washington in the private ear a Baltimore con a acted of president Harrison. Secretaries Windom and Tracy and Marshall Lansde private Secretary Halford was ill and could cot attend. A from the depot tue i rodent a escorted by the reception committee to the press Dent Harrison on his arrival a met at the Camden station by a committee of citizens and the City Council and was escorted first to the Hoto Rennert and thence to the reviewing stand the president was enthusiastically welcomed by the enormous crowds gathered on the streets. A guard of Honor carried a Flag made by the lad a descended from the heroes of North put of a a Bunij Tut for the a Star spangled Banner which or. Appleton declined to loan for 15,000 men and 1,000 float in the pc cession. After it had passed the reviewing stand Tho president was conveyed to the Rennert House where a banquet a spread. One Hundred an it ditty prominent citizens and guests were at the table. Following the do a Wner can a a re mention at the City Hall where the president Shook hand with 2 500 men worn and children. At 7 3. The . Returned to Washington. He was wildly cheered a. He left the City Hall Rison was in the City for a Short tin but left for Washington with Secretary Dom on an earlier train. George Freeman and wife of to have been married thirty year and is the parents of Twenty five children. A Farmer in Belmont county 0�?z state that a woodchuck and a Black Snake inhabit the same Hole in his Clover lot and Are apparently on the Best of terms. Specimens of flexible Stone have been quarried at Chattanooga Tenn. It resembles Fine Sandstone Aud when Cut into Fine a Trina it will sustain a curvature of sixty degrees without breaking or damage to the a finer Grain on the surface. A botox Lansing mich., some time ago a a a Hock Cromli Ittai and Ever since that during every elect no storm the boy become unconscious and goes through nearly the same experience a on the occasion of i first Shock. At Sylvanus ga., a Crimmon found a Turkey nest of which a Gobbler a sitting. On Eta Minati a found that the nest a filled not with with apples. Or. Moo Rimmon has found Ith difficult matter to a deceive the of Hartford conn., Loet disarm under a car wheel and did not of it until a policeman asked to death without knowing it Short of Cash. A watch company at Aurora Iii. A Lfan the liabilities �6o,0oo, with assets at let to 100.000 greater. Aurona Iii ,10 Tbs watch company on monday made an As stator a. Bus of it. Creditor. F h Dar being the Aminee. liabilities of the co Pmj amount to about 160,000, fully a Eurea it k claimed by the company attorney., Hopkins. Aldrich a Thatcher that the difficulties necessitating the As sign Mei t Are but temporary and at concern win soon be on it feet again. The Xuy card its liable lies by ? least #100,00a the embarrassment re Eluted from Lack of Cash to sup pm immediate need there is about 70,000 Worth of material on hand by worked up and orders Are now in for #o0f 009 Worth of goods. Drowned like rats. A Colorado my no flooded and ten Man re undoubtedly lost. Golden col sept of the serious mining accidents Ever known of in this portion of the state occurred late monday afternoon in the White Ash Coal mine near this place. An abandoned mine Long a Jde of Tho White Ash a for months keen full of water which without a �?oo�06�1 warning burst through into the w Hite Ash mine filling it with mud and water. Ten miners Are known to Haare been at work the mine at the time of the disaster and not one of them could have lived five mind Tel after the surging mass broke in upon them. It will probably take two or three week to reach their bodies horribly lacerated. A Gorilla attacks an Indiana and the latter i. Badly worsted in the. Encounter. Fort , ind. Kept 10. I. Aiah is ado a Farmer of Akron 0�?z went on monday to a barn to see some animals kept ther y to t tit tss5? a0,tld.vowy� Gorilla made rom. A per Rte a of Bis Eye. Was forged x tax Leal. Could subdue the beast of Connor out culled. Earle the 4vlnner of a Fine race on the thames by several lengths. Londom sept 10.-in the boat race for �1 Uoo and the world s championship on the thames on monday Semle the Vanstraton. Defeated William o Connor Chimp on of Tho United states and Canada. It is Aith to canadians lost #400,990 on the the distance rowed was four Miles had three furlongs. Searles time was 4. Rising from the flood. Battees. I. Joh Wum it Ltd up three Hundred and Twenty for for Ion were drowned in Cambria Johnstown. Pa., 10a Ness directory of John town an rounding boroughs contain the names. goo balls i and pro of Over a Hove that them do Nal men. It Leo a Nowa a re now thirty tax grocery store a a it my one Saloon of a a a to la a Veont Tartof bed a Cumbria Boron he been made a sch. Find that there were k6peto drowned in the flood the a out Ely Correct it of imy pea of the wooded do tract yet Publ bed. Terrible Accident. Care Ovale Iii. Sept. Of clock monday Forenoon f 1,. Mio the farm of John in. Tay1&Quot.1 East of the. City. Exploded with . Results. Five men lost their John w. Snyder Thomaw Nugget Drew j Liget John Biggs Anam to a sir a Iio Redl. The we grouped about the boiler he cd leaking and giving a a gave the order to shot Down when in it instant the boiler expo Deal William u. Fedum a blown some dirt Auer and e�-552? wlm a a broken leg a the men a a a Andrew Beget have Tullie. Mall axe resident of this Vicinity. Fire it a Helena. M. T., sept 10.-information he just been received Here that Ono of the fiercest Forest fires yet reported met Greg in the St Regis District in Missoula Tae cokely ranch cokely and the Hort ass of the ranch mounted horse and barely escaped with their Uvea to the River Les than a Quarter of a mile away and reached the water after having the clothe nearly All burned from their bodies a Home perished in the flame G veeder who a returned from the St Reg try say he feel certain that Peita hed to the the Mowna /

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