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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 28, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. 2lxixiisouth a a evict mich., sept Bee 28, 1889. Uro. 19. T hoes which can scarcely be told rom Calfskin by the casual observer Are now made paper. Prof. Ayto computes that the Power which runs to waste at Zagura Falls exceeds that which could to produced by the annual consumption 15q0u00qj tons Coal. Ash pins Long out fashion in 4i>ngl�iid among aristocratic people ure to be worn again because the Duchess i if wears a pair which vere presented to her As a wedding according to the last census St. Petersburg the population that City is 720,318, composed 424,000 males 290,106 females. In Winter this total is increased by . Rev. H in alls an Ajia Bama teacher pounded to death by a half dozen patrons Liis school the other no ight because they thought he had punished their children too a a Verein. I he cigarette habit is increasing faster than the Cigar habit la year taxes 2,101,510,300 were collected an increase 280789,260 Over the year before. For the same period 8,#67785,650 cigars were taxed an increase 22658,990. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation. The City Linch Tuond va., has a a Niquie Way designating its wards. Instead numbering them As other cities do they Are called after great names in our history. For instance they live a Marshall Ward a Jefter a Soa Ward u Madison Ward a Monroe Nua re Etc. An Arizona paper says that at Proctor s Well Santa Rosa the shells seventeen year locusts were brought up from a depth 763 feet to which depth Tho piping extends. It says a there was quite a Tjuan Tity them. Quot the entire Shell was Jwj Fott. Also the limbs hairy covering Tho the following advertisement appeared in a recent number the London i a bid a to parents i truly girls find i oys any age visited punished at their Homes by a thorough a disciplinarian accustomed to adminis a Ter Corporal punishments All bad habits Ltd Cal by one it r two attendances. I fee five Hli Illings lot two visits. And j dress it dirt h1 a George a Ashington Longfellow Bret Harte Jay Gou if sex a resident Hayes. Daniel Webster i general Grant ral h by do Emerson Trinca Bismarck were All Book agents at one time in their lives. Bismarck bold a Book called a dbl Ursenbach s auge Schichtle Der w Essel Giltig in Der , an nobody slammed the door in his either. A Carriage Roll to the top Pike s Peak he i been completed. It begins at Ca Caie Canyon extends six Leen Miles until it reaches the Summit Tho Mountain 14,147 feet above tide level the sen. There is one grand View where at an Altitude 10,832 feet one May Sec the Cmok a locomotive crossing Marshall pass ninety Miles away. The governor Rhode Island declares that the abolition the death penalty in that Ststa has been demonstrated to be a be Law. The penalty for murder in Rhode Island is imprisonment for life the governor presents statistics to show that As to crimes violence that state is exceptionally free a it compared with other states the trials convictions there Are speedy. In this respect it approaches nearer to England than any the unites Stales. The fire loss in the United states Anu a Feu August foots up $11,-753,850, against $10,236,000 in August 1888, $8,317,500 in 1887 $13,000,000 in l886. There is a slight falling off in the total loss for eight months As compared with 1888, the figures being $86 460350 this year against $88,025,-320 in 18-88, though 1887 reported $85,-245,600 for the same period. The country is still burning up property at the rate $110,000,000 to $120,000,-000 annually an3 there is no Comfort in 111 it fact. The startling discovery is made that c Uba is cracking. Numerous fissures have appeared in the Earth near Matan a a s. These disturbances Are no doubt a continuation those recently Felt the South Atlantic coast scientists find that the Earth s crust thickens from the sea Inland that therefore the Inland pressure is towards the nearest coast line. The Cru to there in the Ocean beyond being thinner is More sensitive to Central disturbances than Are other portions the Earth a surface. _ that Queen Victoria is a woman More than Ordinary Force charade a is clearly i Hown by the fact that during her recent visit to Wales she several occasions flattered the natives by addressing them in their own language. Moreover she is Able to both read write he Destanee with considerable fluency. There Are but few ladies who at the age seventy years would have the perseverance the courage to acquire proficiency in two such excruciatingly difficult languages As Hindustan be the Wakefield Brothers Reid Ville. S. A have obtained a Peculiar revenge that torn. Frei Vilie did not name the High school for which they had Given the land in their Honor. One the Brothers died recently leaving his property to the other. The latter has sinc3 died leaving five thousand acres land surrounding the town to Bis . At her death it goes in Trust for ninety nine years to the probate Jude the county. The effect the will is to kill the town because it can not get land which to build for a Hundred years. In some recent cases typhoid in eng Lane which have been traced to tin pure milk it seems that the Palm Quot a source infection was the Stag Ponds rom which Auk. The East. Of pfc King newspaper advertising the Buffalo Ltd a courier says a tile it Zaiac Ter Quality the advertising material which the new York Central has Leen putting out this season is Sii a error to spy thing the company has hued its intr is in some time. It is an evidence the progressive enterprising awl Liberal policy which Mas marked the administration the paste Tiger department since George ii. Daniels w As appointed general passenger agent. Or. Daniels is a Tenn ideas knows How to Stive them practicable near Danbury Conn., a heavy Bridge fell the 3htb, carrying Down a Wagon two horses ten men a distance Twenty one Man Kiile-1 four fatally Hurt m aggie tonin aged ten years Philadelphia the to the shot killed her six year old Ellen while playing with a revolver that had been Caruci Friy left in her reach near Irvington n j., Tho discovery Gold in a Rocky ledge caused a sensation in that Village Tho 3> in the death mrs. Catharine Burbank aged ninety one years a pensioner the War i site. Occurred in the 24th at Conti Cooke. fire damaged Leonard a Ellis Oil refinery at Shady Side n. J., the 20th to the extent $500,000, a the 20th a Sam Quot King Anc Mary Sweln Etwo the most notorious shoplifters in tile country were arrested in new York. Wmk fifty five window Glass in tic country Tho 21st formed a Trust with a combined capital s 3,,0oo. A j Hopkins aged Twenty five Yeara shot killed his wife Mother in Law in a quarrel the 2 id at Philia Burgh then made an unsuccessful attempt to kill himself. The entire executive Board die knights labor had it was said Tho a it been suspended be Causo there was no la Onci the genial Treasury to their Sah iries. Of the fifteen pedestrians started in a Rix in $ go As you Pleat out Alk at new Haven Conn. Mount Washington new Hampshire dispatches the 23d say that the Summit Snow was eighteen inches deep that that Date the Sun was shining Fot the first time in a month a thirty Young people went into the country from e be. Pa., the a kid for a picnic. On their return the Driver was drunk drove the party Down an embankment forty fort High All were badly Hurt two Fata i la. In Frits Bros saw Mill near Berlin a the boiler burst the 2lfch, killing John Luitz Edward Fritz. Oliver to David Baker nil Young men that Vicinity. Two men Nan amp de Brandt were Baily Hurt % the suspension the new y Ork graphic a daily pictorial paper occurred the 24th. Thu death sex surgeon general Joseph Beale with relative rank Commodore in the United states Navy occurred the 24th in Philadelphia aged seventy five years. Edward Walmuth an aeronaut made in ascent a Cooper town. N. \., the 2 to when a mile High Over Osage Lake dropped into the water Llis body had not been recovered a new directory the City Johnstown a. Issued the 24th, Chon Ltd that the nun Ber deaths by the flood was 3,5 to. Statues Are to be erected in Boston Grant Sheridan Farragut h0 ,0>j having been profit cd for that purpose one half by the City the rest by the state. T West South. In Tho National league the percentage tha base Ball Cubi for the week ended the 2ist was As yol lows Newyl Ork .6 6 Boston .<>46 Philadelphia. .512 Chicago .500 Cleveland .4 52 Indianapolis 43$. Pittsburgh .438 Washington ,348. American association brooklyn534 St. Louis. .633 athletic. .568 Baltimore. .556 Cincinnati .594 Kansas City .4 6 Columbus .410 Louisville .213 Western association Omaha .717 St. Faul .023 Minneapolis j26 Sioux City .500 Milwaukee .460 Denver .429 St. Joseph .$26 Des Moines. .853. On the 21st Martin Kellogg Tho oldest resident Huron county probably Northern Ohio celebrated his Ono Hundred third birthday at Norfolk. Adah Shuman East Saginaw mich., was cleaning h s revolver the 22d when a Cartridge exploded mrs. Shuman fell dead. Of the 21st sol Felch a prominent business Man Iron Mountain mich., was murdered near Florence wia., by Charles St elite. His farm hand. The Sioux City la Corn Palace festival opened the 23d. Ill the lumber Yard Buckley Douglas at Manistee Mich flames the 23d caused a loss $135000. Of the 23d Jacob Kuykendall a Farmer ii Ossville Kan. Became suddenly insane an i fatally shot his wife. At Springfield 111, the Twenty sixth anniversary the issuance president emancipation proclamation was duly celebrated the 23d. A National Silver convention will meet in St Louis tuesday november 26. The Kansas City police commissioners the 23d ordered the police to suppress the salvation army because the numerous a tvs to a re a Ted a disturbances at the army a Headquarters. 066 269 43 it the prel a -it31 8chreiber, the owner Irod with the Cor i Lor cat farm in Clay county minn., was shot killed by his Nephew. The Only reason Given by the Young Man for Bis crime was that he Felt a touch Jesse James blood in his veins. During a sparring Mutch the 24th at Atlanta go Ernest Willingham a negro pugilist was killed by Tom Branch a blow from whose fist broke Willingham s neck. Five inn held up a train the Santa be Road the 2lth near fort Worth Tex., robbed the express car $10,000. A freight engine crashed into a stationary Bock Island suburban train at South Englewood near Chicago the evening the 24th, Jand five Engels were killed several others were severely injured two fatally. Two children aged six nine years living near Frederick my attempted to said a fire with Coal Oil the 24th, when the can exploded the children were Burn my to death. Of Tiko vening the 23d mra Norman Ormsby Chicago fat ally shot herself after a quarrel with her husband. The next morning Orinsby being told that his wife could not recover killed him Elf with a Shotgun. On the 24th mra Anderson coloured off Carton. It Mother sixteen children a doped with a White Man named Evans vrho leaves a wife. T a governor Humphrey the 24th released from the Kansas Penitentiary Julins i. Bailey convicted six years ago killing his father his innocence the crime having been established. Fire destroyed the new hotel Princeton at. Buena Vista cob the 24th. Loss 20 itm 0 at Provo u t., thirteen violators the Erith Iuno a Law were the 2ilh sentenced to the Penitentiary for terms ranging from two to six months. From Washington. In the United states there were 177 business failures dung the seven Days ended the 20th against 170 the j revious seven Davs. It. A a them were exported to England during 1 the three months ended Quot the 31st augur to 9 ,006 head cattle 40,0 m,000 pounds fresh beef 84,1mu,oco pounds canned beef. At the leading Clearing houses in the United Bates the exchanges iu�ing the week ended the $1,<44 680,783, against to Valoua week As compared with the Cor a responding weak Boj the increase amounted to <18 the 23d the Silver dollars in the Treasury against which certificates could be issued were reduced to Futwooo Silver certificates in circulation were #27\000,000 Silver dollars in circulation a it la to pm. Or James p. Kimball Pennsylvania director the mint res the 24th the 24lh the government printing office completed the immense work printing the testimony in the scent sen con tested a Leelis it a Case which will come up Lor settlement before the Futy first Congress. For the eight month a ended August last the immigrant arriving in the United St pcs except from Canada Mexico nit therod 3 4�,6t, cd Aigist 35 2,942 do my the same. Of a crts it i in foreign intelligence. Bio Guando a vices the 2� the state that my ice Cit zins had a desperate Battle i eth Mcxie an officers soldiers in mex Fco in which four Hundred participated Many were reported killed. The. British War ship i y struck a Rock off print Armor Sank the 20th, seven her Crew were lost the vessel was a total wreck. Considerable Money valuables went Down w Ith her. Tar elections in France the 22d resulted As follows a publicans 80 anti it publicans is re ballots necessary 93. Boulanger was said to have Buceti chosen in the Moaitt Ritre dist Iet but a second ballot w Ould be necessary in his Case. The fiercest Forest tires Ever seen Prince Edward Island raged fhe 21st West summer Sida. Three saw in ills a Largo number dwellings outbuildings were destroyed. A Cyclone Tho 21 at. Partially destroyed the town Oihi Elute Pec mex a decree was issued by the Sultan Zanzibar the 2ls-t declaring All Iden in his dominions Freo after november. The decree also authorizes English Ami German War to search Zanzibar vessels in search slaves find destroyed the business portion Kensington Irinco Edwards Island the 21st the emperor the members his Council wore Tho 23d debuting a my nor Al demanding the expulsion americans from China there w As also Strong agitation Lor an increase the restrictions american merchants missionaries at treaty ports Wilkie Collins the famous novelist w to had been ill for ome time died in Loudon the 23d. Aged sixty five years. The it it Lucial returns Tho 23d from the recent election in France showed that the be publicans had elected their candidates its 224 the anti in 153 divisions. Lac ballots would be necessary in 177 divisions. The result was a crushing defeat for Tho who Only returned Twenty two members the 24th Joseph Kernp aged seventy two years was rescued alive from the ruins at the scone the recent Quebec Laed Siide he had been imprisoned one Hundred Aryl eight hours. Ref. Dispatches the 24th say that the Hristian inhabitants the Island were fleeing to the mountains that their cattle other property was being stolen by the it Turk Ltd. Many Christianr Hud been cast into prison. Later. The Newyl Ork Republican state conv an Tion met the 25th at Saratoga n Jated a ticket headed by Phul Gill Eert Malone for Secretary state. The resolutions affirm Faith in the Tariff congratulate president Harrison upon the Success his administration arraign Gover nor Hill for his various vetoes. F tue hebrews the country the 25th began the Celebration the 5,650th jewish new year. The american Bankers association met in annual convention at Kansas City a the 25th with our thousand delegates in attendance. Kev. Father roles Rector St Mary a Catholic Church in Chicago was found dead in big chair at his Home the 25th. A heavy storm prevailed along the new Jersey coast the 24th the surf was High. The wind was blowing Shore much damage would undoubtedly be Dong at High tile. The jury in the Ives Case at Newyl Ork failed to agree were discharged the 25th. Hoy stood ten for conviction two for acquittal the republicans Mississippi in state convention Tho 25th at Jackson nominated general James it. Chalmers for thebe were Only four jurors in the Box _ a # fourth week the governor w. Mathison coloured for at the close the Cronin murder trial in chicag the 21 St thus far 495 Meu Hare been excused for cause. Michael ii Altti a residence at Spring Iii min was Burn d the 21st, his two adult sons Conrad Alois perished in the flame Early the morning the 21st the fault in theron Exchange Bank at Hurley Tyr was broken open $40,000 were stolen there was no Clew to the Robbera the Money belonged to the United states express company. P. Williams receiving Teller the first National Bank Denver col was the 21st charged with being a defaulter to the extent $8,006 he had gone to Mexico. The heaviest earthquake Shock expert. Ended in California Tor years occurred the 21st at Healdsburg. No damage was done Belford Claree a co., Chicago publishers failed the 23d for $4 k ,0j0. A Tornado at Pablo Beach Fla the 23d wrecked Muray Hall a big hotel other structures. A horse Wagon wire carried two Hundred feet a freight car w As blown sixty feet a boy aged thirteen years was killed. At Jacksonville Fison the 23d an Eleo trial storm followed by a Cloud burst flooded the streets Buret Theo Wera no lives were lost near Menasha wis., w. M. Miller Henry chug were drowned the �?~23d the constitutional convention new Mexico closed its Labora at Santa be the 22d a commit vice was appointed to prepare an address to the people also one to Congress urging upon them the necessity for the admission new Mexico As a state. Secretary state James d. Lynch White for ice tenant governor. A amp. And mrs. Gale miss Gleason were killed by the cars near Greeley col the 25th. The republicans Massachusetts met in state convention at Boston the 25th. Q. A. Brackett was nominated for governor. At Winona miss., sol Purcell a negro who had assaulted a fifteen year old White girl Wax taken from jail the 25th hanged to railway trestle. Near Buckattunamis? Early the morning the 25th a Mobile amp Ohio train was Stop it cd by three bandits who robbed the express mail cars getting about $3,000 in Money a number registered packages the robbers overlooked 470000 government funds in route for Florida. In addition to the Bond frauds Over $1 a Ocoo in Louisiana crookedness in another direction was discovered the 25th in the reissue state warrants that had been paid six Lien who had served five years in prison at Scotts Ile. A were the 25th discharged their innocence the crime having been established deity sheriff Rhodes Constable welter son were shot instantly killed at Warren Tex. On the 25th while attempting to arrest John Bell a cattle thief. A terrific storm Rangod at Naples the 25th a Large part the City was submerged a teacher in Odessa Russia named 8ause committed suicide the 25th. His wife was so much affected that she lost her reason killed her five children carried their bodies to a third Story window threw them to the ground she then threw herself out receiving fatal injuries. A fiends they accuse a Kansas woman the murder a neighbor s child in order to extort a confession they place a Topo around her neck half hang Here unable to stand the torture she acknowledges having killed the Little one she in placed in jail while search is made for the Corpse Bat the child tarns up alive the barbarians to in prosecuted. Kansas Corr mo., sept. 24�?a special to the times from Al Dorado Kan., says the details the trial under Lynch Law Alonzo Edwards his wife Mary at Rosalia Kan., Are the most revolting character. Or. And mra Edwards Henry Roomer his wife Are engaged the farm George Dudley. Last tuesday while the Oil Herb were at work in the Field mra Edwards was left in the House a 3-year-old child the bloomers. When the party returned at night the child Wai missing. A search w As instituted which lasted during wednesday thursday the it searchers increasing in number until at least a thousand men women children were engaged in the Hunt. During All this time . And mrs. Edwards displayed an indifference to the child s Fate that aroused suspicion they were taken in charge by the arrested under Lynch jaw. The divided itself into two parties one took charge . Edwards the other was Given the wife. My Edwards is a Large woman emotional character when commanded to confess the crime under penalty being hanged if she did not she finally said 6he had killed the missing child she said she had thrown a stick firewood at a rat in the Kitchen had hit the child by Accident killing it instantly had thrown the body into the a a Creek. She led the party to the Creek but the body could not be found. Flip was taken to the nearest tree a rope placed around her neck. She was told the Fate that awaited her if she did not Tell where the body the dead child was to be found she. Repeated her former statement. Then she was Given a Opportunity to offer prayer was then drawn up from Tho ground. She was allowed to remain suspended in the liar for a minute until her face became Black. She was then lowered to the ground in an unconscious condition. When she revived sufficiently to speak she was asked if she was ready to Tell the truth but the poor woman was to to 1 Adly frightened to speak assuming her silence to be voluntary the crowd again Drew her up. This time she w As suspended longer Wras Only let Down at the Earnest solicitation . Bloomer who feared he would never find he child s body if mrs. Edwards was hang d during this time another Yriart the had twice hanged e dwards to a tree in a vain Effort to extort a confession but to protested his Innoce a Friday night the % ri30ners were placed in the mail hero. A Tom that time until monday morning a t Job varying in numbers from .500 to 1,500 Las continually surrounded the jail clamouring for their lives. The sheriff Barriosded the doors arming himself sailors kept the at. Bay. Early monday morning the missing child was found alive Well sitting the door a top a Farmer near Rosalia. Where it had been All the time is a mystery. It is too Young to speak plainly can give no account itself. It is supposed that it was kidnapped returned when it was found what excitement Ita disappearance was causing. Yah to the new s the finding the child was brought to the City Tho could not be brought to believe the truth until the child itself was produced was recognized by its Mother a her own. Or. And mrs Edwards were then released they Are still suffering from the effects their harsh treatment. The Marks the rope where it lad Cut into their necks Are plainly visible. A attempt will be made to prosecute Tho leaders the . Did no to get it All. Wilkie Collins is dead. W ilk in Colli if 3. As a student Law. The need English novelist breathes his last in London. London sept 24�?wilkie Collins the to novelist. Who has been seriously ill for a ome time is dead the great doveli9t who has jut died was Tho most cherished Friend Charle Dickens to whom he was related by marriage. Collins was born in London in january 1824, was the son a celebrated Painter. After completing his school education he went a trip to Italy with his parents. He articled for four years to a Tea merchant but soon tired commercial life entered Lincoln a inn while there he began literary work. Ips first ambitious production was a biography his father published in 18is. From this t me be devoted himself entirely to literature. His principal stones Are a Antonina 1 a after dark a a dead secret a a woman in White a a no name a a a Moonstone a new Mngda-lcnr�?T . Roll fans has written Somo dramatic works which a the Frozen deep Quot is prob ably the Best known. Other stories written by . Collins have been almost As successful As those mentioned. Among a them Are a Armadale a Quot Man wife a Quot poor m is Fneb�?� most them contain deep ctr Cate plots the interest being entered upon the feature rather than upon the strength the characters themselves. Publishers were always eager to secure his a a works. Or. Collins made from 1150,000 to Fcjooooo by his pen by shrewd investment his Money became a comparatively wealthy Man. Wilkie Collins was a genial affable deposition made Many friends in this country the occasion his visit Here some twelve fifteen years ago. He was a tireless worker though his novels were numerous they were written with the utmost care 1 the supreme court. Our highest tribunal has no end work its hands. Washington sept 24�?the work preparing for the october session the supreme court is about completed. The court will find Over three years work hand when it resumes cases have been coming in with great rapidity during the last few Montha an Effort will be made at the coming session to either reduce the number cases that can be appealed to the supreme court to Divide the court into sections in order to increase its working capacity. The friends Silver. They Are notified m National convey Tion to be held in St. Louis november 26. St. Louis sept. 24�?the Call address committee for the National Silver Contention monday evening decided to Call the convention for tuesday november 26 it had been intended to Call it for an earlier Date but account the political events occurring in the newly admitted states the suggestion senator Stewart Nevada others that a Date soon after november 20 would enable Many congressmen senators to be present who could not otherwise attend it was thought Best to fix it late in november. They must answer. The Coroner s jury at St. Louis holds de Ahearn a number others for the murder the in Gill to Jackson. St. Louis. Sept 24. A Coroner Frank monday signed the information charging Edward Ahearn As principal Dan Daly Charles Daly s. A. Malloy Robert Farrell William Quinoy Michael Mooney John Johnston Collins Joseph a. Murphy As accessories to Morder in the second degree in the killing Young Thomas e. Jackson in the recent fatal prize fight at Daly Broa a Saloon. Warrants were issued Bonds fixed at 11,500 for Ahearn Floo each Foa the others. Bandits Board a train in Alabama Secare 2,100 some registered letters but Overlook a package containing about 970,000. Mobile Ala sept. 26�?the Mobile amp Ohio South bound mail passenger train was boarded by thieves at Buckatunna miss seventeen Miles North this City wednesday morning. As the train was leaving that station two men mounted behind the tender crawled Over into the cab the locomotive. There they covered Engineer Jack therell fireman list with their revolvers. The robbers who were Well masked then ordered the Engineer to Stop the train at the Bridge two Miles South Buckatunna. This order was Given at the Point a revolver the Engineer was compelled to obey it. Arriving at the Bridge the Engineer fireman were to detach the mail express cars from the balance the train to pull these two cars across the Bridge away from the other cars. At that Point two other men joined the Rob let ers. The express messenger was then forced to dump the contents a Safe into a Canvas bag. The amount thus obtained was about $2,700. The robbers overlooked $70,000 government Money in route for Florida the mail car was then raided a Pouch filled with registered mail matter secured. This Pouch was made up at Meridian the value the contents Are unknown. The robbers then fired several shots at the train men disappeared in the undergrowth. The train then proceeded to Citronelle where a posse was made up started in search the robbers. The Leader the train robbers is believed to be Rube Burrows a noted desperado the Man whom a search for created so much excitement in the Northern part the state a few months ago. A special to the Mobile Register from Buckatunna says the suspected parties were seen camping near the Bridge about 9 clock making their Way East foot they were armed were avoiding the houses by going around them. They Are believed to be the train Robbera a posse was in Pursuit up to last accounts confident overtaking the men. The Mobile a Ohio Railroad offers $1,000 Reward for the arrest conviction the Robbera that Texas robbery. Austin Tex., kept 26 a the governor Bas received no particulars the big exp Ess robbery the Gulf Colorado a Kanta be near fort Worth tuesday night. It is rumoured Here however that the robbers Suo a acted in getting away with at least $30,0 0. Fixing the blame. From All indication Engineer twombly Yva responsible for the terrible railway Accident near Chicago another victim. Chicago 8ept, 26�?conductor Buford brakeman Whitted Parker the freight train which crashed into the suburban passenger train at Washington Heights tuesday evening were arrested wednesday evening a South found passenger train Tho Rock Island Toad near Auburn. They Are wanted As witnesses it is believed they m Ere about to leave the City. Conductor Buford his brakeman declare that they were running ahead time. He saw the danger Light the semaphore half a mile from where the collision occurred sent his men to set the brakes. The Engineer did not seem to any attention to the signals no blame could be attached to any one but twombly. He was running with the throttle a wide open a must have been crazy. Engineer twombly was badly bruised As the result his jump from the engine. He is under arrest at his Home 4000 Dearborn Street Henry la Cloche the fireman the ill fated engine is also under arrest. Two Abiy denies the Story that he was drunk. To admits however that he was running at a higher rate Speed than was allowed by the rules. There was nothing to show that there was a passenger train ahead Tho first intimation he received was when the target Gate dropped. His engine was then within three car lengths the coach it was an utter impossibility for him to bring the train to a halt. The whole Accident he says could have been avoided had the come actor the passenger train followed the rules Hung a Light the rear end his last car. This he neglected to do. Conductor Ellis the passenger train dec ares that the signal lamps were burning Tho rear his train the Light from them was sufficiently Bright to have enabled twombly to see them in time to Stop his train had he been attending to his duty. Superintendent Chamberlain does not attach any blame in the matter to conductor Ellis. Gus Mulcahy a 19-year-old youth died from his injuries wednesday night making six victims in All. The i Jurell Are in a fair Way to recover except one a Man named Smith who inhaled the steam that filled the car. Only eight other persons were seriously Hurt though a number were taken up considerably bruised. Contested election cases. A fatal wreck. The next Congress will have a Largo number to decided death As a Factor in in politics. Washington sept 26, government printing office has finished printing the testimony in the contested election cases which will come before the next House for settlement the contests Are Chalmer is. Morgan Mississippi Langston is. Venable Virg Nia Waddl is. Wise Posey is. Parrett Indiana Miller is. Elliott South Carolina Bower is. Buchanan Kernohan is. Hooker Mississippi three tvs. Clark Alabama Akinson is. Pendleton West Mcduffe is. Turpie Alabama h 11 is. Catching Mississippi Goodrich is. Bullock. Florda Eaton is. Phelan Tennessee Mudd is. Compton Maryland feathers tone is. Cole Arkansas Mcginniss is. Alderson West Virg Nia Smith is. Jackson West . Thus a death has claimed five members the fifty first Congress. Cox Newyl Ork Barnes Missouri Gay Louisiana Townshend Illinois Laird Nebraska others May follow before the assembling that body. The narrow margin which must determine the organization the House is subject to other incalculable contingencies than that contested seats. A car Lees Engineer ran ills engine into n loaded passenger coach near cd Blagoi killing five persons injuring a number. Chicago sept. 25�?through flagrant carelessness Engineer set twombly five persons were almost instantly killed several others fatally seriously injured shortly after 6 clock tuesday evening at the eighty seventh Street crossing Tho Stock Isle a 1 Railroad. The killed Are mrs. Captain Brown Washington Heights miss Adilie Kelly Dummy Junction fed Hipner thought to 1 vein Washington Heights James Mckenzie Washngton Heights mrs. War Washington Heights. Anton Schuback Washington Heights Gus Mccarthy Auburn Park were fatally scalded. The badly 6calded seriously injured Are John , Edward Smith jr., Daniel Lawrence g. Klein John Tierney mrs. A. In Steele Michael Heggerty mrs. Clark mrs. A Wheeler Darnel Coa nor All Washington he gets Parker Harader Sster, miss Haraden Tracey Avenue. The Accident was caused by a freight train telescoping a setae he passenger car known As the Washington Heights car that was standing in front the station at eighty seventh Street. This car had been attached to suburban train no. 57, which leaves the Rock Island depot at 5 35 arrives at eighty seventh Street at 6 16 at this crossing the car As is customary was detached from the main line suburban train was waiting for an inbound passenger to pass then to be coupled to a Dummy taken to Washington Heights Points beyond. Freight train 97, which follows the 5 35 suburban train was ten minutes ahead time soon appeared in sight up the Road running twelve Miles an hour. The semaphore which protects the standing trains was across the track telling Tho Engineer the freight Ceth twombly to 8top his train. Not heeding the signal the freight continued its course struck the detached passenger car with terrific Force. The car with trucks half lifted from the track bounded ahead striking the rear car the suburban train proper. The Force the collision sent it backward several feet it was again struck by the freight engine which completely telescoped it penetrating As far As Tho tender. The demolished car contained about thirty passengers at the time the Accident. They wore Reading Ami talking waiting for the arrival the Dummy to take them Home. Tho first Shock sent every body plunging head Forward to the front end the coach where they hoped to Escaje get by Tho door. Several attempted to jump from the windows the wildest conf Siou followed. The women screamed tried to get to the door but were trampled under foot cast aside in the Rush. When the car struck the passenger train the people were thrown off their feet. Before they could arise the engine had again struck the car in an instant the Pilot wheels were crashing the Interior the car into a thousand fragment singularly enough to one was violently injured by the engine. But in an instant the car was enveloped by a Rush steam escaping from a break in the steam Chest. The scene which followed was one awful horror. The women frantic with agony Tore the scalded skin from their hands cried aloud from the pain the deeply burned wounds. The firemen All hands about the Yards were soon at work rescuing carrying opt the dead injured. The work removing the bodies was a difficult one because the density the steam. Which notwithstanding the fire in the engine had been put out continued to pour Forth in great violence. E. Lewis conductor the passenger train said that the entire b Amo the Accident rested Engineer twombly. He we As not Only running ten minutes ahead time he said but at a greater rate Speed than Tho schedule called for. Twombly is the son the master Mechanic the Rock Island Road is said to be addicted to excessive drinking. It is also said that at the time the Accident he w As under the influence liquor not in a fit condition to run a train. When he jumped from the engine he ran toward Chicago has not been seen since. The company is also severely censured by some for its Gross mismanagement affairs at the Englewood crossing. Full Hope. Overthrown. No verdict reached. The jury in the Ives Case disagrees is discharged the put ung Flea is nicer sent Back to the tombs to await another trial. New York sept 26�?the jury in the Ives Case was discharged wednesday morning at 11 45 clock having failed to reach an agreement the jury stood ten for conviction two for acquittal Ives was remanded to the tombs. Colonel Fellows says that Ives will again be placed trial As soon As the District attorneys office can perfect the arrangements. There will probably be a motion argued before recorder Smyth to Day which will decide the place abode the Young financier until his next trl ajl Boulanger has Feitli in the int Nrec he says France will yet Call him into Power. London 8ept. 25�?in an interview general Boulanger said he had no Hope his p. Try having a majority in Tho new chamber it cof deputies. He had not however much Faith in the future the government he declare a had everywhere stolen votes with Raven like characteristics. The Republican majority would prove unmanageable he said the country would soon be calling him to Power. Paris by ept 25. The French Republican journals Are jubilant Orer the result sunday s elections for members the chamber deputies say that the second ballot will Only to the Success the republicans. They regret the defeat m. Jules ferry express the Hope that his absence from tha chamber will be Only temporary. The monarchical bout angst journals express disappointment at the result the elections say they Hope that the second ballots will strengthen the position the opposition. Paris sept. 25�?ail the ministers have returned to this City. President Carnot holds a Cabinet Council at the Elysee today. The chamber will be summoned to meet in november. It is now estimated that the body will contain 300 moderate republicans sixty five members the left the chamber is certain to annul the elections Boulanger Dillon. In order to assure Success in the re ballots republicans having a minority in last sundays election will retire from the candidacy in favor republicans polling More vote Berlin sept 25�?the Post says a although we Are conscious that every party in France desires the Honor Revanche we do not desire to fight against a nation crippled by Boulanger ism. If there must be a struggle let it be an honorable one in the full sense the word. No other can be Decisive�?� a miraculous escape. Death in Charlotte n. C., Daniel Harveyr Hill Raleigh n. Cd Bept 26 a major general Daniel Harvey Hill. 8 a., died wednesday at Bis Home in Charlotte aged 68 Yean. He As a native South Carolina waa Gytri Duteil from West Point in 1842, served with great distinct in the mexican War became professor mathematics la Washington College Vrginia, Davidson College North Carolina superintendent the North Carolina military inst late joined the Confederate army at the outbreak the War took prominent part in the Battles Antietam Fredericksburg Chickamauga elsewhere. After the War he engaged in the publication off eld farm at Charlotte n. G an aged Man taken alive from the Rains at Quebec. Quebec can., sept. 25�?at 9 clock a. M. The labourers at work in the ruins caused by the recent land slide heard a slight moan under a Heap wreckage digging vigorously soon reached Joseph Kemp. When extricated Kemp who is 72 years age was still Able to speak after having been buried 108 hours. Father Mccarthy administered the sacrament to the apparently dying Man. Kemp answering to the prayer stimulants were administered Hopes Are now entertained that Kemp will recover. The Czar St enemies. Thoy make another unsuccessful attempt his life. London sept. 25�?a Story reaches Here from St Petersburg what appears to be credible authority that just previous to the Czar s departure for Copenhagen a Chest dynamite exploded at Tho peterhoff station. The station was badly wrecked a railway signalman was killed. It is fully believed that it was intended to have the explosion take place when the Czar passed through the station his Way to the train but that through some miscalculation it occurred before the time his majesty a departure. Bonn Nglam receives n death blow at the foils in France republicans win by a Safe a Jorl Tyr the general e acted in the Montein artry District Jules ferry among the Defeated. Paris 8ept 24 a sundays election resulted in a crushing defeat for the ,.who Only returned 22 members whose entire representation in the new chamber after Rix. Re balloting can not exceed 36 the entire opposition strength will not be More Titan 225 at the outside while the republicans will have a total vote in the chamber not less than 325 possibly 360. The latest returns show the election 224 republicans 159 opposition while second ballots will be necessary in 177 divisions. Among the republicans elected Are 16 moderates 57 radicals. The opposition members include 6 royalist 51 Bona artists 22 Bou Lang its. Of the divisions where re ballots Are necessary it is expected that 135 will return republicans that the new chamber will consist 300 republicans 210 opposition lists. M. Thevenet minister Justice has been re elected but re ballots will be necessary in the districts in which u. Cons tens minister the Interior m y ves Guyot minister Public works were candidates. Their election however is regarded As certain. Among the prominent republicans elected Are messes. Fallieres Lii Bot Jules Roo hefa Grauert de Ville Deschanel babe Arrien Reinah. Among the prominent opposition candidates elected Are messes. Cassagnau Lalon fould Haussmann Odolie Lan Guinaw Muin. The conservatives have elected messes. Breteuil do Dean vile so Bevan Mac Kari Montgolfier Bishop Freppel among the republicans Defeated Are messes. Minude Goblet Jules ferry Milliard Joubert while in the districts in which messes. Mellerud Passy Lockroy Foquet baronet republicans messes Andrieux Laisant Vergion Laur de Susine Zaquet anti Ite publicans were candidates re ballots Iii be held. F count Dillon was elected the Boul Agista claim the general is elected from Montmartre. They say that the rejection bout angst votes at some the polling stations was illegal the Temps says that the voting papers for Boulanger Rochefort were burned. The matter will be inquired into upon the opening the Saraber deputies. The Revisore committee will sit thursday next to decide whether general Boulanger shall be declared elected whether another ballot is necessary. Returns from this City show that the conservatives did not elect a single member while the republicans returned one the Boul ingists four. Re ballots will be necessary in thirty seven divisions. The Bou ingists polled 192,30 votes in Paris against 244,070 recorded for Boulanger in january. Counting the destroyed voting papers the Bou ingists polled 300,-000 votes in the 8eine District against their opponents 226,000. But the republicans show an increase 97,060, compared with the vote in january. The Temps says that the political Shade the new chamber will be Mitch the same As those the old although the Many new men elected will a fresh element to parliamentary life. The republicans it says ought to use their Victory to give a consistence 10 their political action which has hitherto Baen wanting. Sun us. Annie Redmond. A new version j the Little Chicago dam mrs. Gurley gives abduction the Sel. Joliet Iii sept 24�?mrs. Jorie Gurley who was convicted abducting Little Annie Redmond sentenced to Joliet prison for five years for the crime has made another confession which she claims is the Only True Story regarding the abduction the Redmond child. Mra Gurley had just been informed Harvey Gurley a incarceration for bigamy her anger against Gurley to save whom from prison she had perjured her soul Black she said led to the confession. Her Story in Brief follows prior to the abduction a Friend Harvey guru y named Dick Ithan a Levco character known As an actor about the Peoples Park Heaters Gurley mrs. Parsons Ann e Allen were in connection with june Mcgee Toledo o., getting up a theatrcal company. Mcgee wrote them that to Complete the company they must procure a Bright Little girl who could learn to sing Daree. Acting upon this Ryan planned the abduction the red a Nind third. Annie alien was not an is Chresst but was Siage Start Iii the agreed to secure he a place in the troupe for her ad in stealing the child. Gun Ley was promised 41x by Ryan for h s serv Ces in committing the crime. Mrs. Gurley then describes the abduction. Gurley mrs. Pardons Annio alien went to Tho neighbor boo i the Redmond residence when the child Chitoe hut to play the other woman enticed her away she was taken by the three to a place neat1 there where d cd Ryan was a Ting with a Carriage. The child was Given drugged Candy by the Allen woman the party drove to mrs. Parsons residence. Two Days later she was transferred to the Home the Gurley a mrs. Gurley was told by her husband to take care that she did not go the Street. Mrs. Gurley says she did not learn that the child was stolen until some time afterwards. She had taken Annie Oto i for a walk stopped at the Parsons residence where the Little girl was recognized by a Carpenter at work tber<3 As soon a she discovered that it was Annie Redmond mrs. Gurley says she became badly frightened because the outcry made by the newspapers Over the child a disappearance. Gurley beat her so badly to taking Annie out that she could not leave her bed for two three Days. Both her husband Dick Ryan threatened to Bill her if she undertook to restore the Little one to her parents. Ryan Gurley undertook to teach the child to sing dance but she could a Cal learn easily they whipped her brutally several occasions because she not Apt enough to suit their purposes. Ryan stopped paying Gurley Money so the latter placed the cd id in an orphan Asylum where her identity was disclosed she was returned to her parents. Mrs. Gurley says june Mcgee a was entirely innocent any participation in the crime the plot originated with Dick Ryan Gurley mrs. Parsons Annie Allen. They All had a band in stealing the child. Gurley often beat her she was afraid he would kill her she was led to Tell the stories she told prior to at the time the trial by the consprators, who would Send her threatening notes in food taken to her at the jail another Black Eye. The Minnesota anti dressed beef Law declared unconstitutional by a United states judge. St. Paul minn., sept 34�? in the Case Henry e. Barker arrested for Selling meat in this county from cattle not inspected the Hoof brought before the United states court a writ Hareas Corpus. Judge Nelson has rendered a decision deciding that the Law is unconstitutional As it interferes with Commerce Between the states. The prisoner was ordered discharged. Notice an Appeal to the so pre me court was Given. To dissolve Stone. August boor red a St. Paul work Mas lays claim to a wonderful discovery. It. Paul minn., 8cf�t 24�? a Bohemian Stone Cutter this City named August boor red has discovered a combination chemicals by the use which the hardest Stone can be dissolved Cait into any desired shape the casting being a hard As Flint translucent And�par ble taking a Brilliant Lister it varies in color according to the Stone used can be had from a Bright red to a Beautiful azure Blue. While in the fluid form it can be old for coating any tin Jig Taring u Stone Giamar surface. It is secured by a daring in raef Cam at Ilu Riey \4 is a he stir Ltd a silk la fault tin Iron exc Liang Bank secures nearly 840040, awl escapes without leaving a Trace his identity. Ashland wis sept. 23�? the most cleverly planned daring Success a us Bank robbery in the criminal annals this state was executed at Hurley Friday night when the Iron Exchange Bank was entered by robbers nearly $l�?�,u00 in Cash left there for the night by Tho United states express company Quot As taken. Periodically the Ashland Germania mining company pays off its employees numbering Over Lda it who work in the Iron mines near Hurley for this purpose 41,700 was shipped from Tho Ashland National Bank to Hurley Friday. The treasure w As sent in a dozen sacks upon its arrival in Hurley a Littie alter 9 clock p. Us it was removed to Tho Iron Exchange Bank in a wheel Barrow. Tho thine lock the Sale inside the vault had been set the Cash could not be put inside it. The company a agent consented to have the Money placed in the vault outs Jda the a e for the night it was not considered a Deposit the agent was Given no receipt after the express package containing the mining company s Money had Lieen locked up the cashier . Reynolds with the paying Teller left Tho place vent to the theater. They were very late As the affair at the Bank had kept them until nearly 10 clock. A Little Over an hour afterword . Reynolds returned to Tho Bank. In which building Hia sleeping apartments Aro situated As he paired the door with O. Langdon a Friend w to intended spending Tho night w Ith him he looked into the brightly lighted room saw the vault door w As ajar. With an exclamation the Young Man opened the door entered the counting room followed by his companion. The outer vault door was nearly half open touching against it wide open stood the inner vault door. The package which the cashier had left an hour before the Stone floor the vault was gone. The other contents a tha vault had been disturbed but Little if at All but Over the floor out in the counting re oin an i even in the sleeping room adjoining Gold Silver coins were found. Tue package had been opened some the Coin waa rejected As it waa found in a Corner the vault the alarm was Given at a Nee in an hour the whole town w As aroused Hun Dredson detectives professional Amateur had begun Tho task finding the robber. A couple gentlemen who passed the Bank at 10 30 said they saw a Man working at Tho door the vault but Asho had the Cashiers Well known office coat anti Cap As the electric lights were so Bright that no thought any one rifling Tho place could be entertained they passed without a suspicion that the Man they looked at was Tho coolest robber record that a Fortune was just in his grasp. Following quickly the heels this statement came Aman Bear Ilig the Cashiers coat hat which he had found in an Alley a Short distance from Tho Bank. Tho roads both rail Wagon leading from town were at once put under guard men went galloping every Highway in in it Hope overtaking the fugitive butt there w As absolutely no Trace hint i it Oma person had entered the Bank either by a transom Over the rear door by a key had opened Tho outer vault door to do which he must have known the combination had opened the inner door which required a Yale key a pattern not easily duplicated. Cashier Reynolds when seen said that no one but himself assistant cashier Peri in had Ever obtained to combination the vault door. The officers the Bank held a meeting saturday after Tho most careful inquiry decided that cashier Reynolds the Teller would not Haro been implicated in the affair. It was agreed that As Tho Bank had Given no receipt for the Money Only accepted the custody without recompense in an irregular manner purely from accommodation they could Only by held for Ordinary care which was exercised when both doors were locked pm the treasure. Consequently the express company must lose Tho Money. Thedr Igind package cent ined $41,000 nearly -.2,<xw was left behind either in the vaults scattered about the floors. Consequently the robber must have secured 39,000. The weight the Money is so great that no Man could carry is his person any distance we thous arousing suspicion his leads to the belief that the Cut in has been buried somewhere at Noar the town tha i will a Bably remain Here until it is Safe Ruf then King culprit to return dig it up. The paper Money could easily a carried by one Marl without suspicion but All travellers will be subjected to severe espionage for weeks to come. Hurley is always honoured with Tho presence a Large number rough characters. Sometimes they Are men who work occasionally at the mines but oftener they Balong to the class that never toils. These person Are being watched to night every suspicious act is noted. It is thought the regular custom sending these Large sum Money from Ashland to this City has been known to outsiders that a hey have ban plan Riig this crime for months. They could have secured the keys waited till tha favourable Opportunity offered to learn the combination would then in a their Only task. The Iron Exchange Bank a a capital $25,000 �3 office red is Janie c. Reynolds president Willis 8. Reynolds cashier. It is a state Bank was incorporated in 1885. The mines the Ashland mining company those the Germania min lag company Are located Licie. The Ashland mining company is composed the Hayes Broa this place the Colby by it a Milwaukee. The Germania mine is owned by the Llaves Bra. Milwaukee sept 23�?a special from Hurley says there Are no developments in the Bank robbery which Wras committed there late Friday night by which thieves obtained nearly 40,000 belonging to the United states express company. No Clews have been found no arrests a yet have been made. Sunday morning the Man who found . Reynolds coat ha6 found a bag containing $735 in Silver dollars the site the old foundry. This amount was immediately turned Over to the express company. Hard up. A report that the Ler knig Lwy labor is Banki supt that Pewee Viii Rosin. Pitts Bunch pa., sept. 23�?a local paper publishes a Story to the effect that the entire executive Board the knights labor have been suspended because ther being no Money in the general Treasury to their salaries also that ail the general lecturers with the possible exception . Wright have been called in for the same reason. Me Powderly is said to a preparing Bis resignation which he will present to the general Assembly in Atlanta in november for the reason that he is not getting his salary. He will then begin the practice Law. A window Glass Trust. The factories in the United states is combined a capital 3,00o,000�? works in Illinois purchased. Chicago sept. 23�? the Streator us window Glass works have been sold to an Eastern Syndicate. The Price paid a $100,600. The new a a Trust is known m the United Glass company. The fifty Fly window Glahs factories the country Are to be United. The l us to controls All the factories in Newyl Ork Ohio Indiana Illinois. The Combine is capitalised at $3,000,000, has already purchased tha works at Rock Island Tawa leaving the factory at Belleville the Only one a the state m t Jet a their Netrol a

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