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LOWELL JOURNAL. - To Parent Directory

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LOWELL JOURNAL. 7 o I u m « 28. XTo SO. L O W E L L , M I C H . , W S D I T S S D A T , J U N E 1 % 1 8 9 3 O n e Dollar a Y e a r . MANY LIVES LOST. Buddon Oollapse of Ford's Theater at Washington. It* Inmntrn Hurled In M,e npbrl»-They W»r«» Mo.l ly Gorornmcut Kinployea -Twenty-Two Deiid ilndlp* Hocorcroil—A Great Many Hurt. AX OLD RUlIf FAI.r.B. WASiimoToy, June 10. — A rotten United States government building has collapsed. In Its ruins more than a score of human souls were launched into eternity and a hundred living vietofs of small bnildings. \Vil- I strewn with broken. limbs of trees their places The people In the neighr ' liam Beardsley, one of a fishing party, borhood were for the moment stunned. i waa drowned in Lake Erie during The horror of it all had robbed them of ; the storm by, the capsizing of their senses. Then in a few moments, 1 their boat Half a dozen fishermen's shanties are now floating but what •» the wretches pinioned in in death's em brace seemed ages, the truth j the lake near the breakwater. Late Sunburst upon their befuddled bruins ! day afternoon a capsized boat and the and they joined their cries with th® j body of a woman and child were found unfortunates within tho collapsed | in Scajuquada creek. The bodies were building. Then,, dividing, some rushed 1 taken to the morgue, but have not been for help; some ran to the sink-hole of identifled. They had been in the water death Itself to lend their hands, while I only a few hours. The rumor about others, with selfish regard for their j the sinking of the Syack is not credited own. safety and curiosity, stood where here. they were to look upon the scene. OAUSK OF THE ACCIDENT. The Conrrenrt In Chicago. CHICAGO, June 12.—Saturday a resolu- An investigation of U»e cause of the accident discovered that it wasapparti(m recomnMmding the affllistlon of the aocfeties WM adopted by the ently due to criminal carlessnesa. A c^hblic Temperance congress. In the number of laborers were at work be- j OOJlgre!iS oi Good Templars cheering reneath the firat floor excavating for p^of the 8Ut^ of u,, order were an electric plant The building ^ The American Medical aasoclareated on unucrinuuing a=d tfct | ^ iigicuwl iddreisss by Dr. T. D. * nd M the^earth was dug away 1(^1,^ Dr. L H. Qulmby and Dr. N. the pressure of the building rested on & th# latter of whom presided, the unsupported beams of the first. wepe listened to by the nation- floor. and Tho weight proved too much . ^ of charitiM and correcthe floors oollapeed and fell tion& ^ C. Storrs. of Michigan, waa elected president and Nashville, Tenn., was selected for the next convention. Annie M. Doollttle, was convicted at midnight at St Cloud of forgery In the first degree and will to-day be sentenced to spend a long term In state's prison. Her term cannot be made less than ten years. [Miss Murphy, although only 85 yean old, has forged Srafts in amounts ranging from 15.000 down to a few hundred on banks In Maine. Michigan. Minnesota, Ohio, Alabama, New York and Washington. The drafts on which ahe was sentenced wore on New York banks and cashed by two St Cloud banka Miss Murphy is the daughter of an er-Mlnnosota senator and has been thrice married, her last husband, Arthur M. Doollttle, being in prison at Nashville, serving a seven years' sentence for forgery la Tennessee.] Booth Bnriad la Boston. BOSTON, June 10.—The body of Bdwin Booth arrived in this city at 5:80 Friday evening, accompanied by Mr. and Mr.i. Grossman and other members of the funeral party from New York. Without special incident the remains were transferred to a hearse in waiting and the funeral procession was soon on its solemn journey to Mount Auburn. At the oemctcry some 400 w BOO of the dead actor's friends had assembled and about the grave were . placed a large number of beautiful floral orkl offc offerings. 000. FORT SCOTT, Kan., June 12.—A disastrous fire on Saturday almost totally destroyed the once famous village of Liberal, Mo.f a town of 800 inhabitant*. Fire broke cut supposedly at the hands of an Incendiary at an early hour hi the morning and inside of six hours every business building, a number of residences and stock barns were reduced to ashe& A number of families were left homeless and without clothing and household goods, and a number of merchants who carried no Insurance were rendered penniless. The . limits, and life was made unpleasant for any Christian who attempted to lo- ;ate there. BASEBALL. Standing of Clubs In the National Learn* for the Week Ended June 10. The following table shows the standing of National league baseball clubs in the struggle for the championship: Baltimore New York... Washington. St. Louis Louisville Per iron. Lotu cent. .a 14 .611 •ii 14 fill •si 15 605 •JI 14 .600 H Ml 14 M3 18 .514 19 472 .16 SI .432 If. 20 .4ai .14 20 .412 . 4 23 .148 The team of the university of Michigan is the winner of the western intercollegiate league champlonlp. Why She Killed Him. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., June 9.—At the coroner's inquest over the remains I of William Gray and Miss Velzy. whoj were found dead together, the latter having murdered her lover and tbei) killed herself, a letter written by the dead woman was read. In it she explained that her reason for committing the crime was aa already surmised. She also alleged that Gray had often stolen her wages as a domestic. China W1U M%k« a Vigorous Protest. Louisvnxi, Ky., June 9.—Tsui Kwo Yin, Chinese minister to the United States, has written to Blanton Duncan, of this city, that his government baa instructed Mm vigorously to protest against the enforcement of the tteary law. The National Prison D ASMH issocl latlon. into the excavation, burying the labor CHICAGO, June 8.—Most of the first mm &ira era and clerks beneath them. The session of the annual meeting of the people in charge of this excavation National Prison association was devoted were supposed to have known that the One MOM Warship. to tributes to the memor" of Suther-, building was condemned and had been PHn.ADEi.pmA, June 12.—The big ford B. Hayes, its late p.eKident. Gen. unsafe for years. _ The general insecur- j battleship Massachusetts was successity of the 'building had already been fully launched from the shipyard of [ president, and St. Paul was selected as Brinkerhoff, of ObVt, was elected RUNNING BETWEEN repeatedly reported, and for a long the Cramps on Saturday forenoon ! the next place ol meeting. time past, whenever a heavily " loaded ' ' ' in the presence of Secretary of : — wagon has gone by, the building the Navy Herbert, Attorney General ! Cam^nia-s Qmk* Benton Harbor, St. Joseph and seemed to sway backward and forward, as the clerks describe the sensa- state of Massachusetts, a number of Olney,' the latter representing the I QCEENBTOWX, June P.-The Cunard line ster.mship Campania, Capt. Haines, tion. A strange coincidence is that distinguished nava'f and "ai^y office^ t ^ hich 8ai1 * 1 ,rora N « w 7°? 0 ° The equlprnant of this line toclud the old theater is wrecked on the day and a multitude of 15,000 people. Mis. Saturday, Jun-i 3, pacing Sandy Hook • - n . . . . . . r . «4 v onf* for Cold in Head. words of denunciation were uttered against tho federal au- ex-Postmaster Genera?, Wanamaker's again, but thfc marriage of Wilds is pro- 1 J - H Bencon HarborTjlich is or by "i"! 1 .. pi ,Y 111 .'OS., 6B W arreu 1*. Y .J stolen from the private dining-room in W.C. Iv. Wilde. Mrs. Leslie may marry | ^ •/. .V' II t» AlwwM. thorities for permitting the building to store. . ! hibited during her life. . |

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