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Vof. IV. Calumet. Houghton County, Michigan, Friday. September II. 1896. No. 256. GET YOUR -FILLED Eagle - Drug Store. -:Open Day J. CLEMO i NewIDBDarture Expressly for k Laflies. We are now making to order all-wool Scotch Tweed", Cheviote and Storm Sergea, in a variety of nhadea, LatasdIltrfor S I 2.5 0 a Suit, or a Unlliantine skirt, fine quality, figured or plain, for $4.50 a akirt. This in clude the ekirt lined with a Tery Btylish changeable imitation silk lining, and the coat lined in a very fancy imitation eilk; alao, the ripple behind, which givt'H it a verv artiHtic effect. The coat we can make in the new style- three-button cutaway with a box front, or a square double-breasted box front with fly front. ThcHe are the latest style, but we make it in any stjle the lady would like." The sleeve we can make the very newest style, which fit perfectly tight half way above the elbow, with a fullnetw that drops over from that to the shoulder. These ladies' suits are cut by men and made by men, and what look nicer than a tailor-made suit for a lady. We have made several suits for ladies, and all are w ell pleased. We have a suit made for your inspection at the office by the depot. Ladies, come and inspect the eame, also see our samples. Oates, the Tailor. V. S. Weehall have a special department open for the ladies in a few days. Here fire Some Facts foil light to Cfiioa The Detroit Telephone Company has now nearly fivk thousand subscribers. Every subscriber for a telephone has signed a legal contract. Nearly threk TnousAND have signed three-year contracts. The Detroit Telephone Company has a tiiikty ykar franchise from the city, and is the only tele phone company owning a franchise in Detroit. The Detroit Telephone Company is now building the conduit in which to lay its cables. Sixty miles of duct feet of conduit are required. Nearly twenty-five miles are already laid. The Detroit Telephone Company is building the most modern and perfect telephone plant ever built in this country. The conduit will last a hun dred years and the cables will be practically im perishable. You can imagine the perfect service telephone subscibers will receive. The Detroit Telephone Company has enthusiastic public and popular support. Think of a metallic circuit telephone in your house for 25 dollars a year or in your office for 40 dollars a year! No wonder the telephone subscribers arc increasing at the rate of nearly 100 a week. Do you know any reason why there will not be 10,000 Detroit Telephone sub scribers within three years? The Detroit Telephone Company's stock is all full paid and non-assessable. Telephone stock has al 3. 4. 5. 6. ways been a hurre navincr investment. The time C3 A. O to buy is when the company is started. 7. The Detroit Telephone copy of which can be had the stock of the company can pay a ten per cent dividend the first year for surplus. Every additional 1,000 subscribers will add over twenty thousand dollars to the earn i"g power of the stock. How much will Detroit Telephone Company stock be worth in 1000 when it has 10,000 subsribers? The Detroit Telephone Company offers a limited amount of its stock to the crcncral public, confident 8. ly believing that no investment so profitable or more safe has ever been offered to the pcoplc'of Michigan. Tho stnrk is in' $100 shares. No man or woman can afford to vestigating the stock Company, JOHN RESCRIPTI0NSS(1II!:EINFIITIIWHI)S. THE and Night:- & CO., Prop'rs. Company's prospectus, a on application, shows that and still leave five per cent invest a dollar before in of the Detroit Telephone T. HOLMES, AT Ceremony Performed in a Min- neapolis Church. ri:M: nioNs will. he stopped. Th Uoga "Meiuh" Take a 111 Wife Mr. Mary Aim Tulllr, uikI at tlm Kama Time Albert Tell I Married lit Aniurl ScliWf Inrurtli hii.I Will Weldon to II. r Hi O I ion The Wedding Ceremony Dic tated by bfliwelnfurtli. Minneapolis, Sept. 11. The man-lace of lieorge J. Se hw einfiirt h fiiiiu-d n the hogua Messiah, will undoubtedly cause a sensation in Minneapolis re ligious circles, as It occurred Wednes day evening hi one of the largest and wealthiest churches in the city. It was supposed that the triple wedding was to take place at the Whitney residence, and the fact that it was to be held In the Church of the Uedeemer, a Univer sale church, which h among Its members su-h men as Thomas Lowry and ex-l'nited States Senator W. I). Washburn, was kept a profound be- cret. The regular pastor of the church, the Uev. Marion I). Shutter, as prominent a cleryman as there Is In Minneapolis, performed the ceremony in the pres ence of twelve members of the Church Triumphant. Two newspaper report ers were the only outsiders admitted. Schwelnfurth at the last moment ex tending an invitation to a few members of the press, because, as he said, the newspapers of Minneapolis had treat ed him courteously and had refrained from prying into his private affairs. Dlctiiteil by hcliMeiufuith. The wedding ceremony was a service which was dictated by Schwelnfurth himself. At 8 o'clock the side doors i.f the church were opened and the three couples entered the church, Mr. Fchwclnfurth and Mrs. Tut tie taking the lead. Albert L. Telt and Miss Amari Schwelnfurth following, and W. C. Wcldon and Miss Perth.! I. Ol on bringing up the rear. They n:arched slowly about the altar and stood facing the pastor, with the guests Immediately behind them. Without loss of time the ceremony was begun. My f i lends," began nr. Shutter. In which was service which composed for met to cele the men and S hweinfurth with op'Mi prayer book. written copy of the Mr, Sc hweinfurth had the occasion, "we are brate the marriage of women before us." lie paused and Mr. pronounced the following words: "We. In the name of Emanuel and In the adorable presence of (Jod, and In the presence of this representative of the church and state, do promise to be to each other all that pure love can make us forever and forever and for ever. 'iiing of the King. Here he paused and his voice was Joined by that of the brld' In the words: This Is our troth given and pledged each to the other." The preacher then asked: ' "Do you make any visible pledge that you will fulfill these vows?" and a heavy gold band passed from the groom to the preacher. Miss Mary Whitney stepped up and removed the white glove from the hand of the bride. and the ring was placed upon the fourth finger of the left hand. "In the name of Clod, and by virtue of the power conferred upon me by the state, I now pronounce you hus band and wife." The same formula was gone through with for each of the other marriages. Taken as a whole, the service was sim ple and Impressive. At Its conclusion the couples and their friends lepalred to the Whitney residence. 3114 Fif teenth avenue south, where a reception was held in their honor to all mem bers of the church, and their friends In the city. As the bridal carriages drove up to the house, carpets were extended to the street. Marriage Wilt Stop I'roneculion Ilockford. Ills.. Sept. 11. -Stale's At torney Arthur II. Frost said Thursday that the marriage of (Jeorge Jacob Schwelnfurth to Mrs. Tuttle put an end to their prosecuthto on the Indict ments returned by the grand Jury i year ago. The law leaves him no other course, out noins me inuie-ieu pai'iiea responsible for the costs. Although the Kockford heaven has been open to re pentant sinners for the last ten years or more, during which time branch heavens have been established In Kan sas City. Chicago. Lluena Vista. St. Charles City. Minneapolis and several other places. In none of these has the rite of legal marriage been cele brated. Culled to Knii I'rmu Uro. San Francisco, Sept. 11. Uev. Oeorg C. Adams, pastor of the Compton Hill Congregational church of St. Louis has been called as a supply pastor by the members of the First Congrega tlonal church of -..is city, and will. In II probability, permanently occupy the nninlt vacated by nr. uiiarios o ftrnwn. who left scandal and a divided congregation behind him. It Is un derstood that a salary of $4,000 per an mini has been offered to nr. Adams, who la one of the best known Congre gational minister In the country. Tli Murder of ltelo Ml tin. Dayton. O., Sept, 11. Chief of Police Farrell says that two men whose names he refuses to give have come to him and told him that they have per sonal knowledge that A. belt Franz r.,,.r.i..f..rl I'.essle Little, whom he had betrayed and that they will give evl hmp. In the trial. He says further more that he has clear corroborative evidence supporting the tnreci rvi .i.nc of these two unknown witness es The murder took place In less than two hours after she left her boarding house. Hunk IteorlTer Appointed. Washington, Sept. 11. -The mmptrollc ,.r n,rt eiirrencv ha appointed Charles A i.n v elver of the Citizen's National bank, of San Angela 'lex . and John A llrown receiver of the Sioux City National bank, of Slou i City, I Fur Uoerunr of " llaniphlre. e...i..r II.. Sept. II J i-r ,.f Portsmouth, was Wednes day nominate for governor by f .e Peo, DESPERATE BREAK FOR LIBERTY. Two Convict Try to l-:c-i.e from the Kan. mum I ') i 1 1- it 1 I iry. Leavenworth. Kan.. Sept. 11 Will- lam lilayloek and Chi. lies l'ond. mur derers, made a despeiute utt.-inpt to escape from the Kansas penitentiary Wednesday. Inning the noon hour they filmed out of the prison coal shaft. T:'0 feet deep, by using the brace scantlings, which are three feel apart and in the foim of a bidder. The scant lings are wet and slippery, und the rison otlicials and miners never be lieved such a feat to be possible. While omlng up the coal cages passed, and the prisoners saved themselves by getting on the air snal't side. On gaining the outside of the j ilson wall tower guards i-alUd upon i-lay- ck and l'ond to halt, and opened (Ire on them when they refused Fight frhots were fired, and eac h li an was hit and fell twice. Fond got ur the third time and managed U gain the woods. lie Is still at largo I'.laylock was shot through the left thigh and the ab domen and Is fatallr wounded. Play lock and his brother Jonathan were train robbers, and In May, IssS, shot and Instantly killed :'ity Marshal Da rt Cordon of Columbus. Kan. They were captured alter a hard fight and sentenced for life. When Jonathan lilayloek was brought to the hospital and saw his brother in a dylnc condi tion he broke down and cried, and inted sonie one to. shoot hlin in the heart. Charles Fond is under sentence of death for numb-ring his wife at Ga lena In May, l-itl lie was about to be pardoned, the state boa id Just having completed u favorable Investigation of his case. NEW CCREAN MINISTER. ll .Arrive In Wu-.h!iis:t on A im! nlril by II i I Hinily. Washington, Sept. 11. Mr. Ye I'um- Chln, the new Corean minister to the United States, with his wife and child. reached Washington Wednesday after noon. Accompany iim them are the sec- retaiy of the legation. Mr. Ve Kni- Tnm and Mr. Ye Koi-Sok, an attache. The new minister is about 41 years of age and formerly occupied an Impor tant position In the Judicial seivice of Corca. The party are domiciled In the bulbiing occupied by the former minister on Iowa circle. The new representative does not speak Knglish but the secretary of the legation said that Corea was gradually recovering from the effect: of the China-Japan w ar. and that a flairs were generally cjuiet in the Island except in some of the country districts where bunds of robbers were plying their vocation. The Indications are that the harvest this yeur will be good. PREPARING FOR LI HUNG CHANG. lie I i:iM-tert to Arrive 14 1 Vancouver Sut nr. I, ly. Vancouver, Sept. II. l.i Hung Chang 3 exacted here Vui Siilurd.fy and the local Chinamen have already made extensive preparations to welcome their distinguished countrymen. A triumphal arc h of Immense size Is be ing erected at the Canadian Faellic de pot ami a plentiful supply of fireworks have been ootalned. An address, of course, will lie presented and a reiuest made for the appointment of a local consul. China not having any repre sentative in Canada. The board of trade will also press Vancouver claims for the appointment of a consul here a the bulk of trade between Canada and the Orient passes through this port. LI Hung Chang will stay on board the Kmpress of China until the vessel sails on Monday, state room H the largest and the most elegantly fit ted up cabin on the ship having been reserved for mm. C't'lebrieled IIhIUii Heart Home, Sept 1 1. Professor Lulmierl. tho celebra e'd Italian meteorologist, U dead He was born In !? and lst-4 took charge of the meteorological observatory of suvius. His name has been connected with all reports of eruptions sinen that time, nrlnc inillv In lsT.'. when hi life was In ehnge.-. He U the author of number of Interesting works and was tho Inventor of several valuable Instrument. designed to insure rainfalls, to st tidy at inosphe-rie electricity and to record sub terranean disturbances Will Not ! tlir l.nvr. St. Louis, Sept. 11 As to tho law pro tnulgated by the .ynod 01 Catholic priests of the St. Louis arch-diocese forbidding Catholics to sing In Protestant church choirs, manv of the leading singers say thev will not obey It. Henrys LaRirgA who hs sum In the First Presbvterian church for fourteen years, h lward and llernard Die ke, who for ten year have Butnr in the Lindell and Methodist churches, all siy they will pay no heed to tho law. and they do not believe any of the singers will. Congrt-MMloiiul OeuilliM'k llroken Kllnhe'htown. Kv.. Sept. II. The Democrat of the Fourth Koatucky dis trict, after six tlays' session, one week's adjournment and I.1 ballots, nominated I) 1J Sni th. of Larue co-.inty for congre l.il Wednesday night. The Sweeney men went over to Smith, and the Murray men f wh.eii there were llftv-six. cHimed Murray had Is -n noiuin itert and angrily refrained from vo lug. Woiimn l'lirpil Willi Murder. Denver, Sept. 11. -Warren D White hesd r.nd Mrs. Patrick Kearney died Wednesday night uiv.ler circumttanees which caused the anvst of Whitehead's wife on suspicion of murder. They were drinking Imht at Whitehead's houne. Mrs WMti.hejul decline.! to Imbibe, and s wm afterward tho o:hrs be .fan to show symp touts of poisoning an luled In ureal agony l levetrtiol l Ai t a Arbitmlor. Lima. Peru. Sept. II. It U announced !,..- iht It. U nrobable lh.tr President Cleveluid and Dr. J. K I rliuini. pi i dent of Argentina, will me date ItnIo-Hraillan queMlou grow In j outrages committed Upon Italian in the out ol' MtlZiMl In Dra.ll iton-d i l tii by lititl. Nile. Mich., Sept 11 Kdward P. Hales, n prominent farmer living near Fnion City, was attacked by nn enraged bull, which knocked him down and gored him In fearful manner. Ho died from hi Injuries ...... . : I or man n I lie 1 iv-l. Chicago. Sept. II liene.al HIack hav lug formally declined the 110ml nation of tho "sound money" DcmiHTats for go. ernor, W. S. Forman, of St. Clair county, was put on tho ticket lu hit place. Celebration of Perry's Victory at Cleveland. lxi:k( isi:s((im.mkn(i: at mmeise. Nationxl Siil'ite of Forty-Five Ortn Fireil Mt 3:30 in the .Morning lutrrrliiig 1'rn firaiiiuiM ut Hit ( cut ml Armory Hum and Tulie I'arl In the Great t Ivlo and IndiiMtrUI rurail in the Afternoou Sliuui Itallle it nd Firework. Cleveland. Sept. 10. Deautif ul weath er greeted Perry's victory day and the Closing day of the city's centennial celebration Thuisday. Nearly all the business houses and manufacturing concerns were closed. Long before the hour set for the ceremonies to be gin the streets were filled with enor mous crowds of people. During the early morning hours constantly ar riving excursion trains from all over northern Ohio brought many thou sands of visitors to the city, The cele bration of Perry's victory day was be gun at 0.0O h c loi'U in the morning oy the tiring of the national salute of forty-live guns. At S;;',o a m. there was a reception to Oovernor Llppitt and staff of Khode Island and other distinguished visitors. An hour later the exercise at the central armory toinmenced, where, following various lections of music, Mayor Kohert K. McKlsson introduced Ooverrior Hush nell of Ohio as the president ot the day. Itrbitlvi H of Perry Take I'liit. After an address by Governor Hush- nell and player by the Hew John Mitchell. Cnvernor Charles Llnpitt of khode Island delivered an oration. He was followed by ex-l'nite'd States Senator M. C. Cutler of South Caro lina, a nephew ef Commodore Oliver Hnzzard Perry Uev. Dr. C. K. Man chester, a third cousin of Commodore rry, made the closing prayer. In the afteini e.r. a great civic and Indus trial pageant took place In which many thousands of persons took part. The parade was one of the most interest ing and attractive ever witnessed in this city, it was in three sections military, civic and Industrial. The battle of Lake Krie, which lias Im mortalized the name of Oliver Haz- zard Perry was reproduced on the lake front in the evening In a sham battle and pyi oti c hub al display, w hic h was the grand finale of the centennial celebration HOBART GIVES HIS VIEWS. t plicilii tmiiirt .Money and Protection In III l.etlrr of Accept am1. Paterson. N .1 . Sept 11. Garret A Hobart We.lne-tliy gavj out his formal leWer of ireccptanee of the nomination by the Ilepubllcan party f.ir the vice presi dency Anion?; other things he says; "The money standard of a great nation should be as lixed and permanent as the nation Itself. To sec ure and re tain the lest should b" the desire of every risht-mmded c itizen, nesting 011 stable foundations, continuous and un- varlng certainty of value should be its distinguishing characteristic. The experience or an nisiory connrms me truth that every coin, made under any law. howsoever that coin may be f tamped, will finally command In the markets of the world the exact value of the materials which compose It. The dollar of our country, whether of gold or silver, should be of the full value of luO cents, ami by so much as any dollar is worth less than this in the market, by precisely that pum veill some one be defrauded. The bi metallic currency, involving the free use of silver, which we now have, is cordially approved by Hepubllcans. Put a standard and a currency are vastly different things." The Utter also contains a vigorous attack upon the Chicago platform. STORM IN THE E4ST. OieiidiTrtbl.' DniiuiRe Wrought Along the New FiiRtaml t'oat. IJostoii. Sept 11 The northeast storm which swent tho New Pngland coast ha not passed, allhough the force is some what les The wind come in heavy oiuti The rain doe not cease, and the observer at the signal station says It may not clear before night. Con .iderable. dam nuchas been done along the water front bv the combined action of the heavy rain snd the unusually hkh tide which pro vailed Wednesday night Many cellars were Hooded, and w harves and low lying it reels were swamped Aide front this, not much damage was done here. lieport from New Kngland coast cltle ndleated that cotisidorab e d amage had befit clones to shipping, but new of di mas ters will probably not be received for a Jay or two. From Inland point come Lt,.ri, .if much da ma ire to crops and fruit tree. Til bitter suffered most severely n account of the hiah wind. 1 hedamag In this respect will be quite heavy. Voorlirr l.rvr Murkinac Inland. Mackinac Island. Sept. 11 Senator Vooihees. with his son. daughter and physician, left here Wednesday for ihnir home at Terre Haute, Ind. The pnnlnr Is much Improved In health and expresses his Intention, as soon oa b hi rested a brief period at hl home, to take part in the campaign and make several speeches. His In lluenee will be of value In his own rtate. where he Is familiarly known as the "lull sycamore of the aiasn. nn.i the Democratic committee will doubtless be glad of his services thht and ncii;hoorhigstates. F.K-prakrr C rl In I'oor limit li. In Washington. Sept. 11. News front i;o..il.:i I- that ex-Sneaker Crisp has broken down, and his friends are very anxious aboul ms condition. inc arduous rtntivs of the speaker of the fifi v-sec ond and Fifty-third houses weakened ...m greatly, and his cam palgn in the state last fait, when he ainini.ed rverv county for free silver. and for a legislature which would elect him to the senate to succeed Hencral Cordon, also helped to weaken his constitution. .lainr 1-rwl. Ihr ( niitrilian, lrd. New York, Sept. II. James Ia'w'is, the comedian, long connected with Daly's rompanv, cMcd Thursday at West Hamp ton. L. 1. Another Nw Orln Hank Cloeit. New Orleans, Sept. 11 The Mutual National bank upeiideil Thursday, RIOTING IN KENTUCKY. D-iiiiiiii for Fre Turnpike in Wahlng ton County lt-vlop Trouble -prlngfleld. Ky.. Kept. 11. The de mand for free turnpikes in Washing ton county, of this state, ha developed mob which had to be eiuelled by force. The sheriff went out in , the country to arrest the men who fchot ToIIgate Keeper Wells and riddled his house with bullets. The men. who numbered over fifty, defied the au thorities and threatened to burn dowi the town of Springfield if an attempt was made to arrest them. The sheriff arrested Joe Settler a member of the mob, and brought him ihto Jail. Meantime the man's friends pot, wind of the affair and moved on Springfield, apparently to put the threat to burn the town Into execution. The arrent occurred at 6 o'clock, and at 8 o'clock the large tobacco ware house of P. W. McLaughlin, within a S'liiare of the court house, was In flames. In a fw minutes the streets were alive with men armed to the teeth and determined to give the Incendiaries a warm reception if they attempted any further outranes. I'.usiness was prac tically suspended, and every man was armed. The names of some fifty or sixty participants in the outrages are known, and Sheriff Ciac-roft haa or ganized a posse to capture them. WILL CLOSE THE SCHOOLS Children Will Sprnd On llay at the O-h kouli Fair. Oshkosh. Wis. Sept. 11. Th board of education will close the schools one day in fair week, notwithstanding the protests and opposing petitions of the various religious socitlesof the city and county. J. H. Jenkins, president or the board declares mat this action was ta- 1 in accordance with a cuFtorn that has been In vogue for a number of vears.and before any suggestion w as made in opposition to such action. Mr. enkins said: "I do not believe the board desires to lace Itself on record as a censor of morality. Whether children shall at- te nd the fair Is a matter for the pa rents to decide. Of course there Is a wide variance as to the alleged lm moiality." HILL DECLINES. Will Not tio to UutTulo a an Instructed Delt-gute. Albany, N. Y.. Sept. H.Cnited States Senator Hill telegraphed as fol lows Thursday to Norton Chase, chair man of the Albany county Democratic convention: "I observe In morning papers that I have been elected dele gate from the Third Albany district to the state convention under Insli actions to vote for the indorsement of the Chicago platform and candidates. This action Is taken in opposition to my wishes and Judgment as expressed to you, and I decline to accept the eUc- tion upon the conditions Imposed or upon any conditions which would re strict my freedom at HufTalo to act In suc h manner as I consider best for the interests of my party." Objec t Uwon ill Temperance. Plttsfleld. Ills. Sept. 11 -F.ugcne Far- rell's devotion to a bottle caused his death at Cuiggsville, near here. Farrell went to town and got drunk, and after buying a bottle of whisky started for home In his cart. When near the edge or town ne tried to take a drink, holding the bottle in one hand while he drove with tho other. One of tho wheels ran Into a chuck hole, and Farrell was pitched violently to the road. Tho bottle, which he still held to his lips, was broken, and some of the frag ments were fo-ced Into his throat, cutting hltu so badly that he bled to death. Cyclone In Sent. II A nri. I'AKIs. Sept. II A violetit cyclone wept over portion of this city at 2:30 p. lit Thursday. Omnibuses, cabs and stalls in tho streets went overturned, trees were sunk in the river Seine and the firemen had to be called out. Many person were injured on the Kue Turbigo. Place de U Republicans, the Place M Milylco and tne Boulevard St Martin. Htryrle In the Army. Helena, Mout., Sept. The Twenty-fifth Infantry corps has arrived here front Fort Yellowstone. They left l ort Missoula twentv lwo days ago and have traveled l.KHl miles over the H s-ky mountains and through the National park. The object of the trip was to test tho bicycle In moun tainous country and was entirely success ful. . t'looed for Want of Orilt-r. Hethlehem. Pa.. Sept. 11. Over six hundred men were thrown out of em ployment Wednesday night by the P.ethlehem Iron company s sieei mm Kimtintr down for want of orders 1 ne company is daily laing off nun at its furnaces and it is thought eaey win shortly be run on halt time. Sunitrr Heat Italet and Win l.OOO. Watertown. X. Y., Sept. II Ten thou sand persons saw Walter Sanger Isyit K C. Paid two straliiht heats in a mile rac. nt the Riverside Park course in thU city for a purse of fl.Odrt contributed !y the Jefferson County Agricultural society. Time. 1 :.rrt 3-" mm 1 :.i 4 ion of Veteran Fleet nrllcer. Louisville. K'.. Sept. 11. At the afternoon session of the Sons of Vet erans Thursday ue following uiliiris were elected for the ensuing ye-ar: James L. Hake of Pennsylvania, com-mander-Ui-chlcf; L. P. Kennedy of Colorado, senior vice commander. Illinoi Tj of ranhlral l iiion. Springfield. Sept. II The Illinoi State Typographical union, at it annual meet ing, elected the following state ofliee-r: president. Otcar II Hill, Decatur; vice t,r..i.lent. lie riro Davis, Jacksonville' e-cretiiry-treitiurer. John Onvun, Peoria 4ienlry Lower th llororrt lilenns Fall, X Y Sept. 1 1 -The first het of the much for f5,mio between John Tl (ientry and Star Pointer was won by Centry hy a neck. Time, :03'. In the ecu nd heat Cientrv trotted the mile In 8;0l!s lowering the record Iter. Canning N.'m ItoaiL Toronto. Ont.. Sept. 11 Hev. Can ning Newman, author of 'Tad Klndjy I .tint. s dead lit tnis city, bkcu Canning Newman was a nephew of the late Cardinal Newman. Karthqanke la Illinoi. Ciranl Tower, Sept. ll-A o'clock Thursday morning an earthquake shock of about thirty second duration w inc. It catue from a northwestoriT uiwuou DISCOUNT ."-HATE HIGH. Bank of England Raises 2 1-2 Per Cent. It to oiinn: to sTor (.old siiipmlnts. Ilia Measure, While Taken a an Art ol rrerantloii, Create t'ouiderabl Sar rie un 'Change Market Are Made. Dull, American Mork Opening Weak and Falling Furl her Hank A No Al vance Trice of American Kagle. London. Sept. 11. The Evenim: Standard says the unexpected raising: of the bank rate from 2 to ZY2 per cent., the first time since Feb. 22, 1894, shows there has been a change, foreshadows further gold withdrawals, and has cre ated considerable surprise on the 6 tot I: exchange. The markets, in const tpueiiee. The Kevenlng Standard add: were all flat In conclusion Th? Even ing Standard remarks: "It i too early to see the effect of the advance. Thus far the onlv move ment which was a direct consequence was a drop of In consols." Consols closed Wednesday night at 112 -PJ for money and 1125, for the uc count. They opened at HIT for mom y and 111 1.V16 for the account. Itie Not Warrauted. The Pall Mall Oazette says: 'Tnless the bank has Information which is not generally known, the position st-arcely seems to warrant a rise In the bank rale. However moderate the advance, the act of warring at the rref-nt low value of money can not l.ist forever, and It is probably better to have the official rate raised by easy stages, as a precautionary measure, than to postpone it until a bigger ad vance Is necessary, when a panic might easily have resulted. "It is possible that the directors may foresee the necessity of advancing th' bank rate to 3 per cent." The Westminster Gazette says that tiie advance of the bank rate was purely a precautionary measure, evi dent from the bank leturn showing the reserve to be about the same a on the corresponding date of 1V5. The lia-Z'-tte adds: Action Wa Wie. "It Is generally recognized In the market that the ac tion of the directors was wise and hopes are entertained that it will check somewhat the ex port of cold. The advance had an ad verse effect on the stock exchange, but it Is not likely to be permanent, unless the withdrawal of gold contin ues to Bitch an extent as to force a more appreciable advance of the bank rate. "Americans opened weak, and have further fallen, owing to the idea that the advance may chec k the outflow of the gold to the I'nited States." The withdrawals of gold from the Dank of England Thursday wre 000 In American eagles and Jiio.ooo in bars, a total of $C0.on. The hank has advanced the price of American eagles ,id to 76s, T'sd. Consols closed at 111? for money and 1114 for the account, a de-dine of 7 from Wednesday's dosing. MORE DEBTS OF RAMSAY. Creditor of the Fate State Trranrrr's Itank llecoming Alarmed. rarlyle. Ills.. Sept. 11 Local cred itors of the Ramsay bank, whii h closed its doors in Novemlor. lS'.M. after the death of the late state treas uier, are thoroughly aroused over the allowance of three large claims filed Wednesday by Ramsay's widow. It seems that the deceased politician and banker bad a penchant for borrow ing money from bis wife When she married hint her property was worth considerable. The amount claimed by her Is $""., )l.'.St. She produces as evi dence promisoiy notes and certificates of deposit. One note given Oct. 12, 1n::. was originally for $r.H0. but com pound interest has increased it In value to $l.M-5:!.s; These recent claims Increase the to tal .amount to be paid out of the es tate here to over $to,(Mirt, with visible nsdM of $l2ii."0. The above liabili ties of course b not Include th" amount claimed by the Chicago bonds men, w hic h is II .'0. Olio. DARING HOLD-UP. Mreng i-r of 11 llg Itrewery llobbed of Nearly S. J.OOO )n ( ah. Xe Yolk, Sept. 11. Henry Hiidt brand. years old, who Is employed as confidential messenger by Ueorge Ringlet- & Co.. brewers, was held up by two m n in the most daring manner shortly alter 110011 Wednesday and loi.bed of Sl.'.'M) In cash and $3. 000 In checks. At noon he took the money and cheeks to deposit them In the Ger manla bank. Hildebrand started for his home before going to the bank, and 011 reaching the house he met two men in me nauway. one prrsenieu m revolver at him. holding the weapon close to his face, while the other snatched the package containing the money and ran downstairs. The man with the revolver was arrested. He proved ti be James Dalton, an Iron worker from P.ufTalo. Oneer Way vf Showing Ilia Love. Philadelphia. Sept. 11 A peculiar trcicedv happened at Ivyland, a vil lage a few miles north of Philadelphia. Christian Hemtnger, an aged bachelor. fell In love with the pretty young wife of Station Agent Frank Fhoeful. The young couple often rode by Hem Inger's shop on their bicycles. Iteming- er shot Shoeful In the mouth as he wheeled past the door Wednesday night, lie hoped thus to get th young wife. When ottie era went to arrevt Hemlnger )y shot himself dea l Sh e ful's wound Is not fatal. Itig Manufactory Itraiiinea. New Haven. Conn.. Sept. 11 Th Cand' company m nv.fa: tur ei s ,f rubber ehocs ai.J one of the l.irfst est metobt is of the Culled States Rub ber company, resum.-d op- rat Ions Thursday in nearly all of the depart ments As Tast as the stock Is pro duced the finishing tb-partments will open, and It Is exp.c ted that Hie whole plant will be In -ration soon hiiirman Unit lti lgn. Indianapolis. Sept 11 -Chairman Sterling U. Hlt f 'be PoMM-ratiC oUte committee tendered his resigna tion at a si-eclal meeting called Thura day, as did liufus Ma gee, member from tho Eleventh district. Cre of Calumet Hotel. QALUMET, MICH, J rdo'i party.