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c. :!. i ::uson, w-m CIIYTTAL FA I All, - MICHIGAN CONDENSED NEWS. tit::t Intelligence From all PtrU cJ the 7crld. rare nrconix Farljr Bnadij morning thoiif depart ment at Bcffalo, N, ,Xft were called upon to ciUDsulh aire In the shoe storo of James . xhyDg, on Main street. Inves ligation showed the Are wn incendiary. The insurance on the itoclc amounted to $-8,4:x);a recent Inrentory showed it to It worth $15,010. Thjng it under arrest. Fire large saw-mills were tamed in Minneapolis Saturday niht, causing an i rebate loss of $2,0O). J nek sou' silk mill and the Grant Loco motive Works at PatersOB, N. J., werede- trojed by fire Wednesday morning. The los4 i f l!iO,ooO, and persons ore out of employment Sererson Jk. Bronson's planing mill at ftohton, Wis., was destroyed by lire Thursday. Loss, $10,000. A tramp is thought to hare caused the conflagration. The Arlington Hotel at fiaegertown, l'a, vn burned early Thursday morning, causing a loss of about f:i.",(oo. The quests, who narrowly escaped, lost all their property. CASUALTIES. The Atlantic express on the New York, Tennsylrania and Ohio Hoad dashed into a locomotive that was standing on the track at Peoria, Ohio. The express en gineer was killed, and the engineer of the other locomotive fatally hurt, while the fireman of the express train had both arms broken. No passengers were in jured. In Needmore, near Manchester, Ten nessee, on Saturday, the iloor of a school building gave way while a revival meeting was In progress. Sixty or seventy peo ple went down twenty feet, and most of them were severely injured, one man fatally. The deadly railroad frog claimed an other victim in Chicago Sunday. John (Jilmore, a switchman, got his foot caught nnd was run orer and shockingly mangled. It is reported that the schooner Niag ara, of the Australasia tow, broke adrift ifT Whltefbh Point, and foundered wlMi rJi hands, including the captain' family, thirteen in numb'r. The tornado vrh!eh damaged the insane asylum near Toledo, Ohio, on Tuesday night extended over a large stretch of country. It wrought considerable mis chief at its starting point, Sylvania, ten rnlles north of Toledo; cut a swath from tXX) to COO feet whir, leveling forests and fences in its way; destroyed a brick school-house nt Mlchie, overturned build ings and tents at the Toledo fair grounds, and carried devastation to villages and farms as far as Waterville, fifteen miles aouth of Toledo. No lives are known to have been lost. Dy the collision of two passenger trains the fast mail following a regular pas Dger and running into the latter's sleep ing car near Creston, Iowa, an infant was killed; its mother, Mrs. Mosher, wife of Ilev. E. A. Mosher, of Creston, fatally hurt; three others dangerously, aud ten more or less seriously injured. j CBIHES ANT) CRIMINALS. BrU's photograph gallery in East Tawas, Michigan, and some adjoining stores were wrecked by a dynamite explosion ou Sunday night. A similar outrage oc curred in the same town a week or two ngo. The dynamiter has not been dis covered. A policeman named Wheelham, one of a doen who wttlted in a hoos near Knnis, IrMnnd, to arrest a party of moonlighter, was killed with a club. Another was fa tally hurt. 1'ive of the moonlighters were capture.!. In the ense of George Hamilton, one of the strikers charged with wrecking a Missouri Pacific train in IKSC, a verdict j of not guilty has been given at Wyaudotte, Karma. I The Hsv. Abbe Chebert, an unfrocked j priest, was indicted Saturday at Montreal j for crlmtually aaulting a young woman, j The offender, who is a clever artit, was 1 at one time in charge of the Government I Art School. i In Milwaukee, benjamin Daly, a well known citizen, was stabbed by a recently released convict. His wound is supposed to bo fatal. Miss LI I a Talbolt, a society belle of Parsons, Kansas, has ben for some time engaged in writing a norel. On KaturJsy she committed suicide by poison. ine grana jury nas indictej in. w. John, Ievi DelL Captain John Irwin, cf he schooner 1. illake, and Captain John freer, of the schooner i.eorge .Mnrsti, lor aitlng McOarigle to escape. The grand jury of Grundy county, Illinois, found no indictment against Miss Dodge for killing W. S. Rabcock, the Chicngo lumberman, tn tho 20th of August. Miss Dodge has been discharged and her bond canceled. Report says nly five of the twenty three grand jurors favored indictment. Some murderous wretch broke and cptiiid a snitch at Hanford, ntsr Topeka, I r-tr :y, c .T ilng the wreck C i. ' 1"-' t-itUy no lives were l .t, czZ cj the passengers was ssrioz j hurt. In a fit of jealousy at Omaha, Thursday mornlc;?, Jacob Albiee fatally injured his wife and then killed himsi lf. A true bill was found by the Montreal Grand Jury Thursday against William J. McOarigle, William Allan Pinkerton and Michael Hickey, who, on four counts, are charged with conspiracy against James Baxter. A warrant was sworn ont for the aresl.ot,. McOarigle and given into the hands of a detective, who has gone to find the knight of the bath tub. Alexander Htanson. an aged citizen of Klgin, Iih, contrived a means of commit ting suicide Thursday that proved suc cessful. He placed his gen on the rail road track, raided both hammers, attach d strings to the triggers, lay down in front of the weapon, and pulled on the cords. A Jury was secured in Sioux City, Iowa, Thursday, to try Munchrath for the mur der of the Rev. Geo. C. Haddock. There are many farmers among the members. t was reportod that Thomas Cave said to be a worthless fellow, last Satur day at Abingdon, IlL, attempted to kill hit wife, and then shot himself. It is now claimed that a youth named George II Nickson killed Cave. The bullet that caused the man's death lodged in the back of the head, where ho could not have reached had the pistol b?en in the hands of Cave. Nickson is under arnest. At Itock Island. Illinois, eight years HKf policeman named Hosenfeld was beaten to death by three or four drunken ruffians. Two of the murderers, Harney Hoany aiid John Cavanaugh, were sen tenced to Juliet for life, and Pat Heany to a term which hat just expired. The governor has pardoned Cavanangh, who left the prison with Pat Heany. IJarney is still at Joliet. On the evidence of the witnesses present when Watchman Charles H. Wood shot Joseph Zenieschek, a saloon-keeper, nt the corner of Randolph and Dearborn streets, Chicago, Monday night, the cor oner's jury recommended that Wood be held to await the action of thegrand jury. Wood was badly beaten by the crowd, and claims that he shot in self-defense. INDUSTRIAL, Last week's changes in the supply of grain in sight in this country show an in crease in wheat of t'2i,'2i)7 bushels, and in corn of LT.D.Mt bunhels, and a decrease in oats of 'MCh0M bushels. The present stock of wheat amounts to ."l,J10,7tC buhe!s, against 4 4, :i bushels a year go. The miners at the collieries of the Mineral Mining and Railroad company, the Union Coal company, the Kirelsior Coal company, the Knterpriso Coal com pany, and the Garfield Coal company of Shamokin, Pa., have struck for a general advance. It is estimated that 4,000 men are out on strike at Shamokin. Tho miners are thoroughly organized as Knights of Labor, aud are prepared for a long lockout. No concessions were of fered on either side. Three large furniture firms of Roston, have conceded the niue-hoor day demand by the painters and polishers, but the others refuse to comply, and their men, to the number of one thousaud. quit work. The miners of the new north shaft near Springfield, III., are out on a strike, owing to a refusal of operators to pay the scale agreed upon at the Columbus, ().. meeting last January. The operators only want to pay cents per ton, and the miners demand C7( cents. Tho commissioner of agriculture, Mr. Col mati, is delighted with tho success of the sugar manufacture of Kansas and New Jersey. The sorghum, by a new process, is made to yield l,'J0O to 1,MK) pounds of sugar per acre. As the coun try imports $100,000,000 worth of sugar a year, the commissioner is as confident as Colonel Sellers that "there's millions in' his home sugar-making schems. Tho National Association of (Rue Manu facturers held a meeting Wednesday at Pittsburg, Thomns Steven, of Cincinnati, being elected President. A good trade and 11 Ltight outlook were reported. WASHINGTON. The application for the extradition of William J. McOarigle was received Mon day at Washington from the Governor of Illiuois. It is statcJ that the application is based on a charge of conspiracy, for which there is no provision in the exist ing treaty; and a legal point of great gravity is involved in the case. The agricultural department reports a heavy reduction in the condition of corn in the west sine the last report. In the seven corn surplus states, the average is lo per cent, lower than last month. Da kota spring wheat returns are Letter than t.efore, while from Minnesota, Wisconsin, t Iowa Mul xt.Urnka i hade worse. the reports aro a , TU 1WuIlt iKa tlecliae Jv with thanks and regret, an invitation sent him by the board of trade of Columbus, O., to visit j that city on his western tour. The time alresdy fixed for his presence at other places renders acceptance of the invita tion impracticable. The medical congress at Washington adopted resolutions favoring eiteuded ol servation and experiment in the u3 of inoculation for the prevmtion or treat ment of yellow fever, and advising th governments repre??-t-1 fa the congress to bear the expert ; 1 t?sts. Washington d is; ".;'... 1 icport that the assistant secret-ry cf ststa, Mr.. Porter, will probably rrain e-ca on account of the ill health of his wife, and not because of "strained rilalions" between himself and Mr. Rayard. POLITICAL ( , Virginia .democrats represent that the contest between Rarbour and Mahone for the seuatorahip, which will practically bo decided at the coming election, will very bitter and much more cloe than has been supposed. The Massachusetts prohibitionists met at Worcester, Mass., nominated William II. Parle for governor, and adopted woman suffrage ( lank in the platform. There was an opening of the Ohio cam paign, on tho democratic side, at Hamil ton Wednesday night. T. II Powell, the candidate for governor, was the principal orator. GEITEHAIk The American astronomers who went out to China to witness the total eclipse of the sun were poorly compensated for the long voyage. Soon after the eclipse began the whole affair became doubly eclipsed by dense clouds and ao remain ed to the end. The Ute war being over, the Colorado eople have now to face tho enormous bills incurred in procuring supplies and equipments. Thasa were bought, it is said, at recklessly extravagant prices, and in quantities exceeding all possibili ties of actual need, and havo been or are being sold again for a mere fraction of their cost. An obliging congressman promises to help the state out of the hole, if possible, by asking congress to voto the money. Mr. Powderly has been misunderstood. His term runs for another year, and he does not intend to resign, but is willing to step out if the Knights of Labor cou gress wants his place for another man. K. 8. Wheeler t Co. also dragged down by their collapse tho Glen Wire Manufac turing Company of Cleveland, with $50, 000 liabilities and :'.!),(hk) assets. Colby, Duncnn Jt Co., pianos, Now York, have placed their business with a receiver. They had JtO.(MH) in indorsement of Crois A Co., who failed Wednesday in Chicago. The steamer Wisconsin landud 41.' Mormon emmigrants Thursday, nt New York, tho entire party leaving for Utah in the evening. FOREIGN. A riot occurred in the streets of Cork through which Mr. O'Rrien was taken to jail. The mob stoned the police, and tho latter charged with batons, injuring many of their assailants. The casualties in the first battle of tho Irish revolution, which occurred at Mitchellstown, on Friday, were: Two citizens killed, one fatally hurt and since dead, and one hundred and fitty wounded; fifty-four constables injured so badly as to require medical treatment. Two more of the people wounded in the Mitchellstown riot are reported to be dy ing. One of them, a boy named Casey, testifies that O'Sullivan, the head con stable, fired at him from the window of tho polics barracks. Mr. O'Rrien, who was not present at tho Mitchellstown battle, was arrested in Dublin Sunday, under the coercion act. The Lord Mayor of Ixndon, Sir Reg inald Hanson, has published in LeOaulois, Paris, a not loo inviting subscriptions for ' tho sufferers of tho Kxeter Theatre fire. THE MARKETS. CHICAGO. RtsvaaXxtrs I 5.M Q B.W Choice to Fancy 4.65 a.( FsirtoOcMMt a.06 fc& 4.70 Poor lo MrUium & dft 4.45 Native ursssrrs V.U0 dn 1U "m 7 Cows snd Hel.Ters S.fxV do S.'JU l'slr Cows l."5 CO . Warn Cow-pr head ia.u wM) Hons lUnge t.h) (6 5.40 Hiei- lUur 8..V) 66 4.8.1 WiHAT No. t Winter 71 Ct 7C4 ; No. S spring WS0a M Cokx-No. 8 It, 414 ' ots-No. :) I I'OTATOSS Prr bustiH 75 ft .H 1'OITTOT ( 'hlrkrns, Ht Ih Cl,'.& VV6 Durks. 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ComlciiMHl Itcpoi tM 4it the latest .Now f 1 0111 nil lrt oTtlio Staff. Diphtheria has appeared at Mar qiit;t(e. Hig catches of iish aro reported at JAnse. Tliere Is a srt of S vear old trip lets at Hay City. A humane society will shortly be organized in Lansing. There h talk or establishing a natatorium in Jiay City. A Knights of Phythlas lodge has been formed nt Kalkaska. Htnrgis will have a $10,000 sura hut resort at Iikb Minnewaukon. Tho central Michigan fair comes off at Hubbardston on Sept. 20-lM. Two hundred Indians are holding a camp-meeting in thu suburbs of Cairo. Mount J 'lea? ant capitalists aro going to form u company und bore tor gas. Tho Macomb milkmaids, associa tion holds its annual convention at utica Sept :;o. Tho vage3 of tho dock-wollopers at Kast Tawas havo gone up from 50 to 00 cents an hour. About one thousand vessels have dropped anchor at Manistee, since the opening of navigation. There is a squash at llattlo Creek which is said to measure live feet and seven inches in length. A Nlles family i censured be cause it charged a colored lecturer $" to keep him over Sunday. The fifteenth annual fair of the Armada Agricultural society occurs at that place Oct. G, and 7. Tho postollice at Mark, Clare county, has been discontinued. Harri son is the nearest postollice now. The Colon Horticultural and Art Association will be open for public inspection Sept. l;Jt 14, 15 and 10. The Lipeer county veterans have decided upon Lapeer as the permanent location lor holding their reunions. The fair which comes off at Mar shall Oct. 4, 5, 0' and 7, will be the thirty-ninth county fair for Calhoun. A South Haven miller refused to grind a farmer's grist because he brought it in a sack labeled Albion flour. At Howell, Mary Melandy died from drinking carbolic acid from a bottle which she thought contained brandy. (irand Kapids lumbermen have purchased eighty thousand acres of timber land eighty-live miles from Houston. Daniel Kennedy, of Cadillac, had his head crushed to a pulp by a pro jectlng log while he was coupling cars Monday. Thirty men went hunting near Jackson on Sunday, and warrants are issued for fifteen of them for violating the game law. Luther will have a forty-acre fair ground next year, and an exhibition for the eastern part of the county will be held thereon next fall. Thrto furnaces are building at Hay City, for experiments to deter mine whether crude petroleum can be converted successfully into illumina ting gas. Daniel Densler, a member of the Michigan company which captured JelT Davis near Abbeville, (ia., in 1865, died at llatavia Monday, aged 72 years. Contracts havo been mado for the machinery for a new steamboat to run as a fruit-carrier between South Haven and Chicago. She will be built the coming winter at south Haven. Fires are burning all around tho village of Kant port, six miles from Central Itke. The whole community are lighting the flames. There are fair prospects of the whole town burn ing. An important meeting of the millers' state association is called for Sept. 21 at Jackson. As the state fair will be open then millers can attend to business and afterward inspect the exhibits. Tanners around Pino lake, near Linsing,,wero complained of by sports men last spring for spearing llsli. Their premises now bristle with notices warning the duck-hunters not to tres pass thereon. Charles Smith, of Cadillac, died Monday from the effects of the inju ries received a few days ago by u log falling on his legs. " Ho refused to submit to an amputation until Mon day morning, when it was too late. A reward of $500 has been offered by the citizens of f Jay lord for infor mation concerning the person or per sons who set the lires last week which caused the destruction of theCommer. cial hotel, T. H. Willoughby's residence, and Comstock's barn. There has been no rain at Che boygan for six weeks, and great clouds of smoke from forest lires are still hanging over tho place. Tho woods in tho vicinity are apparently all on fire, and tho damage to timber will reach an enormous figure. Tho boiler of a steam thrasher exploded on tho farm of Lyman U. Curtis, near Flint. Air. Curtis was fa tally injured. Daniel Steeger, one of the thrashers was instantly killed and Miss Hello Xewcomb and Miss Jennie Fosdick. who wero looking on, and several others were moro or less in jured. The Kev. J. C. Jacobs, late tastor of the Muskegon, Mich., First Haptist Church, Friday sued Albert towi, a grocer, for 110,000 damages, for al leged slander and defamation of char acter. The afTalr grows out of a gift of $000 Bald to have been made to the Hev. Jacobs by Mr. Towl's father, now deceased. The supervisors of Tosco county have appointed a committee, with H. F. Smith as chairman, to learn br consultation with eminent attorneys whether Dr. AVeir, who was tried at Oscoda for tho murder of Mabel Clark and nc juittcd, can l o tried for an al leged criminal assault upon her on a basis of the same facts used in the two trials already held. The opinion of local attornevs U liter. If the law will allow, Dr. Svicr. it is thought, wilt be tried on the charge named. John Woods, a Saginaw city barber, in company with eight others of ha family, himself a small boy, was sold as a slave thirty-six years ago in Vir ginia. Kach member of the family was bought by separate persons and taken to bondage in different direc tions. Since that time John has heard nothing of his mother until recently, when he learned in an indirect man ner that she was living at. Hintm. Va. He immediately determined tJ look the matter up, ahd left Tuesday morning for that place on his journey of love. As Mr. Samuel Shippey, of Ne waygo county, was leading a bull one day last week, tho animal suddenly attacked him, tossed him with crush ing force against the bam, twenty four feet away. Continuing the at tack, ho gave his master an upper cut that landed him upon a scalfoki ten feet in the air and out of reach. When removed to his house Mr. Shinpy was nearly exhausted, there being a gash in his abdomen six inches long, from which hi? bowels protruded while tho remainder of his person was a literal mass of bruises. The American Tarty. A dispatch from Philadelphia anys: The executive committee of the new political party, recently organized in this city under the name of 'The American Party," issued an oiUcial call for a National convention to meet in this city on Friday and Saturday, the HUh and 17th of September, and they call upon all American citizens, of whatever party or special allillatioti, who sympathize with the sentiment: and are in favor of the political objects of the new party to attend for thst pur pose of completing the organization and promoting, among others, the fol lowing specific objects. 1. To emphasize and perpetuate th sentiment,, America for Americans. 2. The restriction of immigration. '. A thorough revision of the natur alization laws. 4. Reserving American lands for American citizens only. 5. Tho protection of Americans in all their rights, on land or sea, in all parts of tho world. ti. To restrict and guard the right of elective franchise. 7. To abo ish polygamy in the FnU ted States immediately and entirely. 8. To enact and enforce such lawe as will tend to eradicate intemperance. 1. To develop the resources of tne country by a wise system of Internal improvements. 10. To protect nnd promote the American system of free common schools. 11. To adjust the relations between labor and capital on a permanent basis of equity and justice; and, Especially do we invite the repre sentatives and members of the follow ing organizations to meet and co-operate 'with us In said convention viz.: The Patriotic Order Sons of America, the Order of United American Mechan ics, the Junior Order of United Amer ican Mechanics, tho Onh-i of Deputies, the Sons of the Revolutionary Sln-s, the Political Alliance, the United Min ute Men, the various granges, and all other orders and organizations whos principles and sentiments will cnab'.i them to work In the American part on the foregoing basis. The Yrlloivfttoue. Mr. Daniel C. (Jllman, writing after a recent visit to the VelloWHtoie. says : UI am surprised, in looking over the summary of visitors for several years past, to Rec how little the num bers havo increased. I am persuaded that one reason for this is because) the journey has so often been made in taste that Its pleasures have not been adequately remembered or reported. To advise more leisurely visits Is th purpose I have had In making these notes. Let a tourist choose the morn ing hour for Mirror I,akc and the sun set hour for the Hrldal Vail ; let hi:i spend tho entiro duy in tho neighbor hood of Vernal and Nevada Falls ; let him spend another below the Yo Semite in tho Canon of the Merced ; let him make some of tho high as cents, collect the exquisite flowers and ferns of tho valley, study tho tree5 and do a littlo in geology, and hi week will quickly slip away. We should all havo enjoyed a fortnight." Twenty newspaper men will occupy seats in the next congress.