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NEWS OF THE STATE.
TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS OF HAPPEN
INGS IN MICHIGAN.
. Item of Interest to Our Own Peopls Cath
red from IMflerent Point In the State-
Crimes Canimltiea and Other Matter of
General Interest to Our Readers.
. CALrviST, Mich., Sept. 16. -Coroner Mc
Donald and Mlno Inspector Hall are tho
busiest men In tho copper district at pres
ent. In addition to tho thirty suffocated
In the Osceola mine and two killed at the
Tamarack, Henry Hapson, a young mar
ried man employed in tho Calumot and
Hecla mlno, fell from an underground
staging and was killed, and MikoMclich,
the Austrian whoso leg was broken In the
Tamarack accident, where two compan
ions were instantly killed, died of hU In
juries, making a death roll of thirty-four
for the Calumet mines within a 6lnglo
Two more bfxllea were recovered from
the lower levels of tho Osceola, leaving
only throo yet missing, and as tho flro is
now out and tho ventilation of the mine
Improving, they will doubtless bo brought
out soon. Ten funerals were held Friday.
Seventeen wero held Saturday and four
Sunday, with three moro yet to be sched
ISHPEMING STRIKE DYING.
Operators Reject All Otters of the Miners,
and Vice Versa.
Ishpeming, Mich., Sept. 18. The com
mittees selected at a mooting of tho strik
ing miners and laborers called upon tho
different mining companies. In Ishpem
ing they simply asked if tho company had
any proposition to offer and wero told It
had been presented seven weeks ai?o.
Asked If tho strikers had any thin" to offer
the latter said they had not anfVetired.
It was a most unbusinesslike effort.
At Negaunce the strikers presented a
new scale that was 10 cents per day lower
than tho original demand. It was not
agreed to by any of the companies. The
6team users desired tho troops removed
before they started work, but one crew at
the Salisbury mine worked under mili
tary protection. It is 6aid that two other
crews will resume. Present indications
point to an early settlement of tho strike.
Incendiary Appllea the Tore lu
Owosso, Mich., Sept. 17. On tho corner
of Ball and Oliver streets, this city, stood
a beautiful homo belonging to A. Leo
"Williams. About twelve years ago Mrs.
Williams died, and since that tlmo the
houso has been unoccupied savo for tho
costly furnishings left iithe same posi
tion unchanged since her death. Mold
and moths have gradually been destroying
them. Mr. Williams, who is a very eccen
tric m'an, allowed no ono to disturb them.
Between tho hours of 1 and 3 in tho morn
ing somo miscreant entered tho house,
saturated tho upper rooms with oil, and
applied tho torch. The placo was totally
Railway Smash-Up in Michigan.
Maushall, Sept. 14. Tho west-bound
North Shoro limited on the Michigan Cen
tral was wrecked hero shortly after noon.
Tho locomotive Jumped tho track on a
curve, and after tearing 500 feet along tho
track, landed In a street adjoining.
George I'eppltt, tho engineer, was badly
injured. Tho locomotive was wrecked be
yond repair, tho mall and express cars
wero badly smashed, and tho first throo
passenger coaches were thrown from their
trucks. No one was Injured, however,
asldo from tho engineer. A worn out
wheel flango is supposed to have caused
Non-Union Miner Mobbed.
IsnPEMixa, Mich., Sept. 13. A mob of
about COO strikers surrounded a non-union
miner from tho Lake Angclino mlno, who
drew a revolver to protect himself. Mar
shal Carlson went to tho rescue, and both
men were pursued so closely that tho mar
shal fired two shots into tho air. This in
timidated the mob and the men rctu ncd
to headquarters. Tho pumps in section 21
of tho Lako Superior mine have been
stopped, and tho Winthrop mino, which
is being operated by Mr. Braastad at union
rates, is rapidly being flooded.
Shot Ills Young: Wife.
G BAND Ledge, Mich., Sept.14. F. Forbes,
business manager of tho Forbes & Middlo-
ton Theatrical company, 6hot and fatally
Injured his young wife. Forbes had been
drinking and quarreled with his wife.
Forbes also fired two shots at Deputy
Sheriff Holliday when the officer started
to arrested hfm, but succeeded only in
piercing the deputy's coatsleevo. Mrs.
Forbes is 23 years old. Sho formerly lived
In Omaha. Forbes is 28 years old. He
came from Coldwater, Mich.
Sqaeeied by a Hear.
STANDISH, Mich., Sept. 10. William
Parker, who left homo at night to drive
home the cows, and did not return till
morning, tells a strange story. Ho threw a
tick at a ixvir cub and aroused the old
bear, which took him in her arms and
nearly squeezed the llfo out of him. Ho
was found in an insensible condition. An
shots wero hoard early in the evening it la
thought that somo cno drove tho old bear
away, and thus xaved the boy's life.
Settled the Woman Jtiction.
Ann Aksjou, Midi., Sept. ltt. During
the session of thv Detroit M. E. conference,
which embrace eastern and northern
Michigan, the woman delegate question
was witisf.i'.:torily adjusted by adopt
ing, by a vate of 1S5 to tho Baltimore
plan, so Cidled, favoring tho admission of
woman delegates to the general conference
of tho church.
Will Investigate a Death.
BAY City, Mich., Sept. 14. James 8.
Cool, an undertaker, died suddenly under
circumstances that have induced Coroner
Cono to make an investigation. Cool was
over 70 years of ago and a widower. He
had become enamoured of a pretty girl of
23 years and they wero soon to bo married.
Cool's family has bitterly opposed tho
Two More Hodirs Recovered.
CALUMET, Mich., Sept. 17. Tho bodlei
of Malstrom and Walter Dahl wero dis
covered in the eighteenth lead of tho Oa
cexiltt mine, No. 4, and brought to surface.
This ends tho final chapter in tho Osceola
mine horror, o tho two bodies found
mako up th full quota of those who loat
their lives In tho mlno.
UoodJN'ew Too Much for Him.
St. JosSl'lI, Mich., Sept. 1ft For sev
iral months Frank Meyers, a war veteran,
las been ill. Ho was told that ho had
been granted a pension of 110 a montli.
Tho sudden good fortuno was too much
for his weak constitution. Ho eipired a
moment afterward without uttering a
Wedding nt a Funeral.
A6HLEY, Mich., S.vn. J7. One of tho
most peculiar alrcumstancos that ever at
tended a funoral service was seen hero at
the burial of John A. Chittenden. On his
death ho had requested that his sister
Loulso and hor betrothed, Charles A.
Holmden, bo married over Ji U coffln. The
wedding originally was to have token
place Sept. 25, but tho data was changed
to comply with tho wish of tho dead man.
While lie lay in his colliu his sister and
hor sweetheart joined hands over it,
while Rev. John Klaso performed tho
marriage ceremony. Than tho minister
delivered, tho funeral oratiou and tho new
ly married coupla occupied tho first car
riage behind tho hoarse. Both services
wero deeply impressive.
Plenty of Itoom at Jackson PriHon.
Lansing, Mich., Sept. 17. For over a
year thero has been so little work at the
Michigan stato prison nt Jackson that
several hundred convicts wero in idleness.
In addition, tho prison was badly over
crowded. Because of this tho circuit
judges throughout the stato wero re
quested to send convicts to othor prisons
as far as possible. Tills request has been
withdrawn now, tho judges being official
ly notified that there is plenty of room at
the Jackson institution and that tho pros
pects of plenty of work for on indefinite
period are excellent, several contracts
having recently been made.
Worried Over a Mlnglng- Man.
IIOLLAXD, Mich., Sept. 17. Among tho
veterans from hero attending tho Louis
vlllo G. A. K. encampment was Louis
Dekrakcr, 74 years old. Lato last week ho
wired the First State bank hero that ho
had been robbed of his ticket and money,
and requesting them to telegraph him
$100, which they did through tho Ameri
can National bank of Louisville. Nothing
has sinco been seen or heard of Dekrakcr,
and as his companions havo all returned
his relatives aro greatly worried and fear
Jacksox, Mich., Sept. 18. In less than
two weeks little Eddy Thayer, 7 years
old, has stolen four different rigs from
hitching posts, has been as many times
caught and has been locked in jail twice,
but afterward given his liberty. He stole
a rig belonging to Mrs. Charles McCallum
and was caught by Deputy Sheriff Smith
at Parma, ten miles west of this city. Tho
common prosecutor has failed to find a
law which provides for punishing so young
Fled with the Cash.
Detuoit, Sept. 17. A special to Tho
News from Seney, Mich., says: Contractor
Frank Osborne, in chargo of tho govern
ment work ut Grand Marals, is alleged
to havo fled with $3,300. Ho is in debt to I
stores and employes.
Tho flywheel of tho oro crusher at tho
Traders' mine at Iron Mountain, Mich.,
burst. Antoino Frank, a trammer, was
struck by ono of tho flying pieces and
Two prisoners in tho county jail at Cold-
water, Mich., named Allio Bedford and
Lester Petty, dug a hole through tho
brick walls and escaped. They aro des-
Tcrato characters and aro still at largo.
All tho bodies recovered from tho Os
ceola mine near Calumet, Mich., have
been buried. Three corpses aro yet miss
ing. Burglars entered tho postofflco at Fen-
ton, Mich., loaded tho safe on a truck and
carried it to a side street, whero they broko
it open and got $500 in cash and $1,000
worth of stamps.
The members of tho flro department at
Negaunee, Mich., havo been sworn in as
special polico to assist in maintaining or
der in case of f urther outbrakes by riotous
Tho high school at Delray, a suburb of
Detroit, burned. Loss, $40,000: Insurance,
$25,000. The fire is supposed to havo been
RETURN OF A WANDERER.
Ex-Mayor Hopkins of Chicago Arrives la
New York from Abroad.
New York, Sept. 10. Ex-Mayor John
P. Hopkins of Chicago, who arrived by tho
Paris, went abroad four months ago, and
has visited . England, Scotland, Wales,
France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland
and Italy. Tho special object of his trip,
however, was to securo treatment for a
throat trouble of long standing, and ho
spent considerable tlmo at Sodcn, which
is ten miles from Frankf urth-on-tho-Maln,
under the care of Professor Moritz
Schmidt and Professor Thilcmous. Pro
fessor Schmidt was tho ono who rcfusod
to givo a certificate that tho Crown Prince
Frederick was not afflicted with cancer.
No prlnco can succeed to tho throno ' of
Prussia who has an lucurablo disease, so
it Is said, and on that occasion Sir Morell
MacKenzlo gran tod him a cor ti flea to. For
thirty-eight days, while ho was under
treatment, "Mr. Hopkins never once spoke.
Ho is now apparently much better.
Mr. Hopkins positively declined to speak
about any political subject. Ho said ho
had studied municipal government a good
deal whllo abroad, but ho did not intend
to say anything about his observations
until ho got homo. Regarding tho re
marks attributed to Eugeno V. Debs of
tho A. R. U., all that Mr. Hopkins would
say was that ho had somo doubt as to
whether Debs had been correctly reported.
According to tho newspaper reports, Debs
had accused tho ex-mayor of having en
couraged tho union to strike a year ago.
Mr. Hopkins thought that tho Chicago
papers wero abusing Mayor Swift to an
unjustlfiablo extent: "They alway abuso
a mayor as soon as ho takes office," ho
Cramp Coald Not Furnish Onus.
Washington', Sept. 18. It is learned
from an Authoritative- source that Charles
H. Cramp, tho Philadelphia shipbuilder,
has admitted within a few days that his
firm has lost $25,000,000 worth of contracts
to build ship for tho Japanese navy. It
Is reported that tho reason was that tho
Cramps could not equip tho ships with
guns, and that English firms were in bet
ter position to furnish tho completely"
equipped war vessels.
They Will lie Joyfully Missed.
Columbia, Ky., . Sept. 18. John and
Simon Hancock, brothers, both of whom
havo been desperate men, were 6hot and
mortally wounded at tho resldenco of Lano
Hatfield, in Inno county. The thugs In
truded on a wedding reception, kicked the
refreshments all over tho room and got
doses of lead for their fun ...
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
As mercury will surely destroy the sense or
smell and completely derange the whole
system when eutering it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles 6hould never be
used except on prescriptions from reputable
physicians, as the damage they will do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hairs Catarrh Cure contains
no mercury and Is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system.. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure to get the genuine. - It Is made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
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Q. A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
the Boyt In III tie Wind Up 'Their Week at
Louisville, Sept. 1. Tho thirtieth
national encampment of tho G. A. R. will
bo held in St. Paul In 1898, with Colonel
I. N. Wulker, of Indianapolis, as com
mander-in-chlof. The encampment proper
the Woman's Relief Corps and tho La
dies' Circle all began their proceedings at
10 a. m., and kept in session all day. The
gentlemen of the encampment almost
completed their work, While tho ladles of
tho two auxiliaries did not get much done.
Louisville, Sept. 14. So far as the vet
erans aro concerned the twenty-ninth an
nual encampment closed last night with
as many attractions as on any other night
of the week. The ladies, however, con
tinue in session today. Yesterday thero
were over 70,000 at tho old Kentucky bar
becue, and last night the campflres were
largely attended, with the principal events
at Music hall, Phoenix Hill garden, and
National park. Among the speakers wero
Generals Gordon, Buckncr, J. W. Burko,
Casius M. Clay, Senator Burrows, and
Colonels M. D. Wickersham, Samuel Mc-
Kee, H. C. Russell, John H. Leathers and
others. The veterans remain longer than
usual this week, as many aro going to
other army events further south, and to
tho Atlanta exposition. General Lawler
and staff leavo tomorrow night to spend
tho first part of tho week at the national
encampment of tho Sons of Veterans, and
the last of tho week at Chattanooga and
tho Chickamauga battlefield.
Tho Clark injunction was dissolved yes
terday afternoon and tho Woman's Relief
Corps proceeded with Its business.'
The ladles of tho G. A. It. elected Mrs.
Catherine Hirst, of Kentucky, president,
and tho Women's Relief Corps choso Mrs.
Elizabeth A. Turnor, of Massachusetts.
Mrs. S. A. Kell, of Pomona, Cal., , had
the bad luck to sprain her ankle. 4'1 tried
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GREATEST RACE OF THE YEAR.
Five Crack Hordes for tho Itegttlar
.Stake at (irnvenend.
NEW YokK, Sept. IS. Yesterday "was a
great day at tho Gravesend track; It was
the opening of tho fall season with tho
greatest race of tho year as tho feature.
Tho attendance was light when the attrac
tions wero taken into consideration, for
barely 5,00c people oppeared. All during
tho year efforts have been made to bring
tho five best handicap horses in training
together, and finally without any agree
ment tho Brooklyn Jockey club had suc
ceeded in getting thein into their regular
stake, with Henry of Navarre, Ray el
Santa Anita, Domino, Clifford and Sir
At tho post Domino acted llko a demon
and refused to break, so it was ten min
utes before they came up to the starter in
lino and tho red flag dropped. Sir Walter
was the first to 6how, and camo into the
stretch for tho first tlmo under a gentle
pull, with Rey el Santa Anita second,
Henry of Navarre third, Clifford fourth
and Domino last. They camo slowly
down in front of tho grand stand at littlo
moro than an exerciso gallop, nearly all of
them buck-jumping. Fifty -three seconds
was the time to the half mile.
Then Taral urged Domino and passed
Clifford. At tho threo-quartcr Sor Walter
was leading, with Navarre third. At tho
mil Domino was beaten, while Sir Walter
still led, but was in trouble, with Navarro
still in third placo. Then tho latter camo
on, passed everything and landed a win
ner in 2:09. Clifford was second and Sir
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SIX PERSONS KILLED ON THE RAIL.
The Deadly Grade Crossing Adds Home
More Victims to Its Llt.
LYXCnnuiJO, Va., Sept. 17. Six persons
were klllwl as a result of a railroad cross
ing accident at Lawyer's Station, eleven
miles below here. A vehicle containing
6ix persons, supposed to bo Joseph Calla
han, of Rustburg, Campbell county, Va. ;
two women, a girl of about 10, and two
small children, was crossing tho tracks of
tho Southern railway, when it was 6truck
by tho engino of a southbound passenger
train. Five of the occupants of the vehicle
wero killed outright and tho young girl
was so severely Injured that sho died
shortly af tewards.
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Trial of Theodore Durrant.
San Francisco, Sept. 18. In tho trial
of Theodore Durrant Martin Quinlan, an
attorney, supplied another missing link,
testifying that ho saw Durrant and a
young huly walking on Bartlett street
toward Emanuel church about 1:10 p.m.
April 3. Tho defence tried to Impeach his
reliability, but David Clarko, who accom
panied Quiulan, corroborated all Quintan
had said regarding his movements. Mrs.
Curollno Leake then testified that sho 6aw
Durrant and a young woman enter tho
church on the afternoon of April 3. Sho
Corbett Itcglus Training.
New York, Sept. 18. Champion Cor
bett has begun training for tho Dallas
fight. He put in three hours' work and
weighed IH7 pounds stripped.
Grease may be removed from woolen
goods by sponging it with strong cold
Wear old loose kid gloves when iron
ing, as they will save many callous
spots on one's hands.
Fine laces may be cleaned by being
packed in wheat flour and allowed to
remain twenty-four hours.
It is well to keep a small paint brush
convenient for dusting the crevices in
furniture, and all spots that cannot be
reached with the dust cloth.
Apply powdered alum to a fever sore.
This will prevent it from becoming
very unsightly or noticeable.
It is a good plan to burn pine tar oc
casionally in a sick room, as it Is an ex
cellent disinfectant, and It also induces
If a shirt bosom or any other article
has been scorched in Ironing lay it
where the bright sunshine will fall di
rectly upon it.
When 'anything has been spilled on
the stove, or milk has boiled over and
a suffocating smoke arises, sprinkle the
epot with salt and it will quickly dis
appear. The teeth should be brushed n and
down, rather than across from one
tooth to another, as the particles to be
removed are generally between th
teeth. Remember also that the'insides
ana tops of the teeth need brushlnc n
much as the outside.
The abolition or rather th irmrW.
ation of heavy winter flannels is part
of the new doctrines of hvc-lpnp. Mnnv
doctors now advise a gradation of flan
nel underwear if they advise it at all.
and point out that it is much better to
increase the outdoor wear as occasion
requires than to keep the body incased
on warm, muggy winter days as well
as on sharply-cold ones in the am
weight of flannel.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Strawber Was her father willlncr to
help you out? Slngerly That's the way
he acted. Brooklyn Life.
"Tom, who did you say our friend
Lawley married?" "Well, he married
40,000.. I forget her other name." Tltr
"Do you think the new boarder is per
manent?" "Yes, indeed! He threatens
continually to leave." Chicago Inter
"Oh, doctor, how do you do? You look
killing this evening." "Thank you; but
I'm" not; I'm cf duty you know."
"Is your editor a man of letters?"
"Don't know, stranger, but you kin find
out by axin' the postmaster." Atlanta
Applicant Pleaso, mum, the lady wot
washes the steps for that woman which
lives opposite ses as you wants a girl.
Pall Mall Budget.
Tommy Asker Now, if you was to
git to be an artist, what would you like
to draw? Andy Quick A check on the
bank. Philadelphia Inquirer.
f?qulldlg He's a great criminal law
yer, isn't he? McSwllligen Well, I be
lieve he always stops short of actual
criminality. Pittsburg Chronicle Tel
egraph. First Boarder What's the star board
er making all that hubbub about over
the berry pie? Second Boarder I guess
he found the berry. Syracuse Post.
flow She Got Ahead of Them.
Mrs. Winsome What makes Mrs.
Gabsy keep her clock two hours fast?
Mrs. Winsomemore So she'll know
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THE CUP STAYS HERE.
Dunraven Iltfutea to Sail the Third Race,
Iteft'iitler Going Alone. '
New Yoijk, Sept. 13. The international
scries between tho Defender and tho Val
kyrie for ths America's cup Is ended. On
the wholo it was an extraordinary series,
and whllo the result Is satisfactory to tho
American people, two at least of tho con
tests that went to mako up the match
were not. Tho Defender won in a clean
race on Saturday; on Tuesday last sho
crossed tho lino behind tho English boat,
but was awarded the, raco on a foul;
yesterday sho had a walk-over. And
yesterday's occurrenco was all the moro
unfortunate, not only because a great
crowd had gathered to witness the strug
gle, but because tho weather conditions
were such as to lead many to suppose that
of all days tho Valkyrie would bo In her
element. But Lord Dunraven had said
Wednesday night and ho 6aid it most em
phaticallythat ho would withdraw his
boat on tho morrow, If an absolutely clear
course was not provided.
Ho claimed that during the previous
raco his boat had been greatly interfered
with, and as everytldng depended upon
the outcome of tho third race ho adhered
to that decision so closely that tho Val
kyrie merely crossed tho starting lino and
then retired from tho contest. Tho De
fender, who was well in advance when tho
handicap gun was fired, continued on her
journey and went over tho course well
within tho time limit.
By her three straight victories the Do
fender retains tho historic cup for Amer
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Mass., giving as nearly as possible their
symptoms, and receive her freely given
advice and timely aid.
Lydia Ei Finkham's Vegetable Com
pound Is the young girl's most trusty
friend. It can bo obtained of any drug
gist, and speedily relieves and cures Irreg
ularities, suspension, retention, and all
derangements of the womb and ovaries.
It banishes promptly all pains, head- ,
ache, backache, faintness, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholia, etc. Young
girls must know that aelf-preaervation to
the first law 0 nature. ...-v--""-
Announcements for School Year, i8g5-9f
DATES OF EXAMINATIONS.
Regular, Corunna, Aug. 15th nnd ICtb. 1S&.
Special, Owosso. Oct. 17th and latb, 1893.
Kesular, Corunna. March 80th and 27th, 1804
Special, Owosso. June 18th and lith. 196.
All examinations will begin at 8:30 a. m.
Applicants for third trades write upon o
praphy, theory and nrt and school law iho tlrsJ
half day; grammar, physiology and reading the
second tmlf day; arithmetic, penmanship an
history the third half day; and civil government
and orthography tho fourth half day. Appli
cants for first and second grades will write ud
on Rcography, theory and art and school law the
first Lalf day; grammar, physiology, algebra
and readW g the second half day; arithmetic,
history and penmanship the third half day ; anC
civil government, physics and orthography the
fourth half day. Applicants for the first gradee
will write upon geometry, general history and
botany on Saturday.
The above schedule will be strictly followed.
For third grades nn average of seventy is re
quired, with not less than sixty-live in any
branch; for second grade an average of seventy
ttve is required with not less than seventy ic
any branch ; for first grade an average ot eighty
five Is required with not less than eighty in an
Applicants shall use legal cap paper and wriU
with oen nnd ink.
Applicants for first and second grades wh
pass in part of the branches, may re-write at
the next examination in the remainder. Aftee
failing in two consecutive examinations, they
must re-write in all brunches. Applicants for
third grades who tail in part of the branches,
must re-write in all branches.
E. D. Dimond, Commissioner.
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