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   Fort Wayne Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1890, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1890. Classified Chronology Year of Our Lord the DISASTKIJS mm: AMI PUKADFUL. Fire mid u foil ARHltnl Human lltuttliN of :i J'oHti- utl World -NoUbU) Sportius Wtuit llappenfil the Tim M lift Tbo most strikiiiR feature of the chro- nology of tlitycar 18SSJ is record of dis- asters lij- Hood and iirc; tlie most mter- (.-titiiiK ftaluro of that was the record of politics; tlmt or 1887, deaths oniim-nt pereonsi .strikes. The list -of crimes for JB39 is rather more lengthy tliai: usual, and most of the important that limy be jirojt- clnesilk-d under tills head will bo found in the columns follow. No at- tpinpt has been made lo record the groat nmsof crimes against Inmian life mortality; such as arc pulldown arc give only IWC of some excep- tlonal interest manifested by (ho public therein at tlie time of transpiration. Old Mortality's hand has iiot'bteti idlo by any means, but the number bf deaths of eminent persons recorded is rittlicr be- .low UiuiLVCrHgL'. In politics the chief mattere of interest have been iho appoint incuts incident upon tho change of (.lie mlimnUtr.itioa of the United Statea In America (hero lias been little to. record in tho history of tabor agitations, most of thu having been in Eiigliii the European continent. All militant of general inlert North lint jiropcrly fit under tho headings, and T "Tho Hand of "Spt Events of "Labor Troi and "Human Nature's Dark SIuV" .he found tinder the heading, "JlLsccB nuous Mailers." All general not North Am can lx- found under the lie "Across the Sens." Of course, 01 most important facts in each FIRES AND DISASTERS. 1. Richardson limp: St. Louis, burned g'JOO.OuO. 1 4. Firedamp explosion in Oviilco. Spain; X killed. .U. Desk-lift iro tornado felt at. Heading, 1'itLnbnrgl .inilnthtTjioiuts, Pu.; Mlk-d nl Ilradii and 11 at I'itlsburg. New suspension b blown down at Niagara Falls. ]3. Ibiilronrl ucndent ut Klrnwood. Midi.; T Gov. lleDoiiaUl of aicbijjan killed, si. TBailorsdrowned in Massachusetts bay di 3. II pcrwfes killed by ttio collapse of a railroad i. Steamer Nero Iti and BritiKU ship iwllided lift DiinjeiHNs; loth HUH tost. Steamer Qlencoo collided bark "off Ihtfiehy Head anil sunk; tti livi K. Drug house of. Jolin Wyeth .t Uro., Phil jilila, burm.nl; lutw, IB.'Itoiler explosion wrecked the Park hotel, llartlont, Conn.; Olives lost. Tornado In AtnK-imn caused loss uf properly and Ij or (J lives. miners killed hy olpkwion in 111 lii-ry, near KngUnil. 2L liark Joaiu Troop wrecked on Norl const: captniunml loof lite crew II killed by nn explosion in u, n squill factorj- at Plymouth, 1'a, rasst'iiger train on Great Western K. R. OcorKC, wrcrfccd; 10 killaiL 70 reported lost in agaloon 11 ic T. British ja. CoUiery ftt Wrcxkani, killed. J5. Colliery 10. Bark ruttonglll, of 1'oitluu tfustrdyed by a. toraado sdmt) 'yowl railway Sunday achbol excursion IrelninL persons buried lu the ruins of a market In tho City ot Mexico; 8dead. 15 htirnvd-JUT hi Montreal. K. Bdshif-as center of by lire. K. 25 burned ut JuUu-itown, JVLY. S. lives reported lost by flood In provinow of ChuupingesniHl Ping Yuen, China. Washout aud accident ou Norfolk ami 'railroad neitr Uaxton, To.; K killed. 3. Firedamp explosion at 3t Elieum.', Fran 165 kiUed. 0. -JO people drowned by the overflow of ihe rl Disastrous cloudburst nwu-AmsJcrdnni, N. Y.j JoLnstomi, N. Y., Buffered xuverely. 82. T. W. Drown, ft railroad president of Denri Colo., drowned iu tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado. 53. 18 persons reported drowned In thu West Vir- gin ia lloodi. 28. Severe winds in Chii-ugn; 7 tilk-d by fulling 30. UamaglnB storms In Delaware, Maryland, the Ohio injJcy, tbu la lift uml mi tlie Atlantic const; darns near I'Ininfield, K. carried nway; lens of life and properly aus- taiued. 30. EartliqualcodeotroywlKioiiElou, Japan. 1. DtstmctiTC floods in JlArylaricl, rcnnsylvanb and Yirglnfn. 5. Wash., ilnstroyrf by fire; loss SS.lOO.OOOtoSlO.UW.WO. II, J5. Great damogo by Btorms in the west; sev- floods in Lincoln, Kcb.; great storm on the At Ian ML- coast. III. Land slides and floods in province of Kil, .Ta- pon; killed 20. flre nt Port Costa, CaU, destroying clcvatornnd three ships. 2T. perrons buried by earthquakes at Kuen- 2. Forest, flres In iloniaua. 'Two towns do- .itroyeiL 5. CO miners killed by nu explosion iu a, Scotland colliery. C. 135 persons killed and000 injured anil WER, ftmountof itelioyed n'c Antwerp, Rolgiiini, hj lUiplosiou of en rl ridges; loss, Gi-i-nt dnu 90. F. D. Gruutnumed minister to Austria; John C. Sew iiuido consul general to SI. Milw Seymour nominated for governor of Wash Inn toil Territory. 23, Jainen Tanner nominated commissioner of jwnsions. 20. Frauds R. Warren made governor of Wyo- mlus and- Uonjamin F. White governor of itlontana. 27. IL IJUL-oln naniflil minister lo Fj-h'tRUiI, Murat HaUtcad to Germany, Allen Tlioni- dlko Itloe to Itusslft, Ucorgo Loring to Portugal, rutrick Egan to Chili and Ttiomaif Jtj-an to Mexico. Scuotti Hunt nilstead for mliilster to Gerntany. 29. Robert Adami, Jr., oC TennBylviuila, nomi- nuUd minister to Brazil; L. B. MUener, of California, to the Central American eUtcfl; WJlllftm L. Scruggs, of Georgia, to Vena- ZIIPJA; W. 0. TlradTcy.af Keiitneky, Ui Ko- rea, and Shoup to ho governor of Iduho. SO. Jobn Talbot, of New Hampshire, nm-ln to Colombin, und 11. Terrell, oC Teias, lo Belgium. 1. Johu 11. Huston, ol Indiana, iBudu trt-u.surer oftiwUnited Stutes. 2. United States synMo ndjoiirncd. 5, Cornelius Van Cott inado at Now York and .Iwl Krtiantt collci-Uir of ens- tOIIlfl. 10. Katiiau F. Dlxon elected to ihe United senate, in plucii of Jonathan Cbace, of llliodo Island, rosijjnoti. 12. Lyrnun H of Vermont, appointed KOvenior of Alaska. 1C. William 1'. Hepburn, of Iowa, made solicitor of tins UniM triMSury. 17. E. U. Loccy, of uiadu comptroller of tho currency. Robert P. Porter, of Sew York, pcriutcudent of the census. I Prohibition defeatc.1 in Massachusetts. franl: W. 1'nlnior, ot UtiiioB, appointed public printi-r; Theodore Itoosuvelc and Arthurs. Thompaon, of South Carolina, civil service commissioners; ArtliurL. Thomas governor Elections in both i by I 1C. Solomon Hirsch, of Oregon, nuuki minister lo Tiirtey; Clark 1-1 Ctirr, of lllinow, to Dvn- Henry Serwance, of California, consul gcnt-ralat llolinlulti; Jolin of rennsyivaiiia, uoa.siil at ThoiiBis II. of District or Colum- bia. at Liverpool 31. S. B. Uolu'day, of Pennsylvania, made MTIirL'LLMIHILV. V. Beverly Tucker aud Lew WnlLice aiipointcd S. T. D., LL. D., I- II. D., preside bin collect', agvd r-i. In Lime Hock, Conn.. W. H. Bum man Dvmocratio cumniittw, flRwl In Paris, Carl A.S. Itu-ia, mi.chr.ir- TO. ngftltt j 0. In Orlando, Fla.. GPU. W. a l States army. 8K. Ki. In York-, W. 1. mi 10. In Municli, tho ttueeu of Uuvi larm-y. d render. 0. In Municli, tho ttueeu of Uuviirla, mothe Ihe reigning C3, III New York, Allen Tiiomdiku liiu-'. miiii tu Itiissfo. W. 24. Ill South Boston, L4um It. ilridgcmno, deaf, dumb mid blind. 0. In Ctiicaco. Leonard IJwett, ngcd Ot. 17. In Huston, John Gllbon, actor, aged 70. 23. In -Clifcaco, ]iev. Wiltuun Henry Becclici, 25. In Kremout, 0., ilrs d 50. Rutherford B. Hayei. 00. IK. In Ijincostcr, I Simon Uamero In Lynn, Jlnw.. Maria Mitchell, aged W. In IMris. Carlotta I'utti aged 43. Mury Itrlnhniii, new pr.-sidi-tn. of Muiyoko stmiuary, in railroad accident, ST.. .JCLY. 1. In Neu- Harun, Conn., ot Yiiln colk-ge, agcdBS. 10. In Hlelimond, Vii., ilrs. Julia Gardiner Tyler, u Won- i.f lYt-sident Tyler, C3. 20. Alexander Johnston, of Princeton uollejio, oueiUO. 24. In Hr-orjjrtmvn, D. C., FVtlh'-r Curlt-y, nstronumer, ftgcd SI. 31. In Scotliuid, Rev. Horatio lionnar, X, aged 31. In Paris, Felix Pyuit. author aged 79.- In rv-l.. fieii. llvnry Diiimnt, 77. In Yuiikers, -V. Y., Dr. Alexander Kott, of N'ev.- Yotk, In Cincinnati, Dr. J. 11. editor of llio Chrlsilnn Arti-oeatw. n. Conn., Profe ny stolen iiat-kasoat Hurley, WLi. utfurtUw.! iigaliwt SJicrirr L'Ut-k, of uml hU sou Civil Jus- niell unit Hofi-rco for perjury, Itaymond for milwrnatlon of U-csi-ow, New Yorfc, ur fun i-Iftlon, tivo for nciuiitlul. J 37. II. S. Clifford, a Chicago head bookkeepei from hh eiiiptuyrnt. S3 Moj. fcL A. Uurke, of with uud Indicted for niUapiiroprt- aiing Htato fundrt Uithn filcntof and upwnrds, hb intentiun of re- turning to America ana1- Bearing his rep 7. Hej. K. A. Burke, wbo liad atartciU'or Atner- lea from was obliged to Icavn the Ti'iUduiijnLyuit'iiitoivn niul return land. V si. Krauk J. Uou-nmn nhoc ami kllhhl hy D. 31, Chambers, ex-publbdier ot thu St. I Tinier, m-arSt. ilo. ?X Cronlu Jury completed. 31. W. II. (.'n-.-is.iii. cashier of ibis Cuiwlmliockeu. Pa.. National ('etaulter in sovr-jtnrjt 8. Dr. Crunin's mlsiiuj; and instrument found in a at Chicago. Col. A. M. Sivoiw urid Col. W. C. fiuodln killwl each in an ulTniy tit tho post- uuit-v, U'Xtnhton, Ky. Hiiini.tli til--, n wi-ll known Ilrooklyn man, live timed and killed him. IK. forccriis in of the Great Western jjuid Fuml uuearthed in Chic; DKcr.xisKtt. a. Craven K. .Sikult, cashier to tho iiriiwo! thu Uniteit States housa of repi-e- si-iit.itive.s, di'fjiidlnl iu C. Joint Uretnv.'dld was Imuged in Brooklyn f( ton raimler of Weeks. 1C. VenliiTC n-nderpil in Cnuglilln, O'tiiiliivaiiandliurkcfounilgiiiltyoC murder iind scniececd to Ufa Jmprisomnent; Knnxe ipiilty uf niauslauKhtiir and sentenced to tlireo yeorv, and IJeKKS nequitted. THE LABOR QUESTION. JANUART. 4. lietwcoiitlioCliicoso, Hur 1C. Jlalici 19. News 27. Prince-ss Rii prinec of Athens, sa Marring; of Frirl Himtlngton. G. Sews of tho rr of his Atriuai Close of tl 0. Prince Albert Vic IS. Rovolutiot Tho Anli slavery ct In Brussels. 20. Capt Wissmnn Kcntl nt Jlpwawa, 150m 20. Draft of nn Irish bill' of tho English c Asiiburae, 3. The president of! 4. Henry SI. Stanley Bngamoyoon tb C. Emin Paslm Tell fr. nndreceivuilscri j 17. In I'firK WillhinThaiv. ra pliilantliroiiist, TO. In St. I-oute. }k-iiry Sha ig the Ken-. Jersey coast by liijb xza. Muny lives utiil prcat wistainecl by Baippinjc; lives lost declared oft; ipi'mlMne.vtilay. tlicir gricv- G. Iti Seiv York, Henry W. (Jent-L 10. In .N'.-w York, lion. S. K. Cox. In I juiiloii, it- Collins nov.-list, ag. 7. Col. Keltou appointed adjutant general of tlio United States army. 10. Thomas J. Morgan, of lihoilo Island, appoint- ed coinnitakiiuT of Inilmn iiffiilrs. !2- Calvin H. Uricc elected be Mississippi defeuteil in IVntisylvfliiln. H. Cliandler clttloil United Slates PHI Hampslilrt-. up pointed minlstrr d'eorgo Mooney, J. 31. CraxcforU, ot er.il.ib St. I'ctcrsb 50. W. Hteliis, or .New Jersey, isli-rHiCerinnny. K. Frederick Dougluas Haytl. Mt-redRb ni.nlc; i-bii print in Kllza'.1! ST. In Englana, Jniigo .1. T. A'ison, ot the United u WMtplinli.-v t Scutefwig lired upon by voni Lillul Olio hundred Slarttii, of Kansas, M. lutween Kmpcror Willton ;rs, wlierehi If order soldi illed y. _ rned, debaker at South Bend, JO. KiiiR I'ortttffal, n SO. In Nen- Yurk, B. T. UaUiilt, VVilli.l was ivaclicd. nlerwl to niiners in long lnwii ''out" at llmhlwoml, Ills. 4U.VU. 'ittsburg iron Itriiis sign sealo pro- posed by tin- Tnbernacle deslroycd L'iueinnati. O. in pxplosiou in an liislish reeled ttcamcr Earnmoro I. A. L. (if Pennsylvania, mn ter to Koumauin, Kerviiimid Gree Ediranls, ot Ohio, uousul general A. O. Bourn, ot Rhode Island, ki J genu Sehuylot-i of Kew York, consul g In CHiro. 0. II. A. Taylor, of Wisconsin, sioner of railroads, and T. U. Mcmlcntiall, il-GUST. 3. J. R. G. Pltkin, of Louisiana, appointed min to tho Argentine, {.'onfedi-rntiun. 0. Professor William T. Ilorrii npimint uiiJsiotK'r uf educotion- 1. W. (I. VeoKcy, of Vermont, npputntrfl ber of tho interstate couini mibalLim. kiog ot tUo Britisii ship '.10. In Brookly. lu WasIiiiiKUjn, JIw. IL- :M. In Sew York, Civ ageil-fl. yii In hy suicide, Frai. J. in Lwidoa dooLcni- Btriito. 4. A was hilled by police whllo lio 7. couijjanics to pay ad- vaiiee ileiuanded: ttw new rate'to begin in Januari'. providiuj; tho i-esurneil uurt Uio men refused. Iwtwueii dock dlroctontanj Cardi- and sheep periahcd in so- In Neu- Ncsluo, and at tioys frtonen todcotli. by wrecking of a tug on coast of etleelcd Iwtwoou tho U of tllo1 B'-rj'tcw resumed work. "sidoctr, Doeft laborers atn HUMAN NATURE'S DARK SIDE. J-IKLMKY. Henry I'. Mnrsliall, law cashier of man's Saving Imnk, New Yurk, short iti ii accounts 24. Josi-pli MiK.m agent In Indi.-uiapoli.i of tli Connectii.-iitJIiittialLiruIitMirain.-eciJiiiii.inv cieruull.'d In 29. JI. men- Ark. mlu Mi.OK) wortii of Junolry T IL Andemon, of Oliio. nppoinU-d L'niU-d SLntua minliter lo thkiTnitcd suitiat .if Itolivln. nsion Commisniuner Tannijr tvsignuil; res- of thu general Inu North and f'-ut very UOMC. tola. T. rrohlliilion Connwitii 111. Gen. Ureen United Statnj I Ji Ccpt. K DaH-sou, nP Cliarleston S P 1 to deatb by Dr. T. It. Mi-noV himself up. liank. ra. kins or Ucanda, AMi-.i. reported 1'yliU imprison- lirollicr inado kiitr. A utbreal: o-ainst inisslunarfca ller of rity Nati .il ro of .X. Violent etonnn on thu Cli along thii Atlautic w.isl. FVvnch torpedo boat f lo: Anthony Klld SOIIHtOTTi t'rya, nt fllaini1. TiLi lit Ark., clmif-cd ilcrufj. W. Claj'loi 10. Tluvj Knobbcr MIL I" ijuunl united W: badty brok re tbii I'lii-n :if homo of liio I'urnull Mr. 1'nrnull-s Scotch lEeport of losi of H Hltll Unitt' llf 3C. bpani h Btwi of tho U-cn Tluimas U. of Maine miido Kttcakur of lira IIDIIM; Ifcr. .llr. pri-arlier, Ueiuoumtio cntuliilutt, cliaplainof iliajunise. Fn-iiL-h miu'istry it ,-iig.w IH f matte Hod Static sen- Jienntors f Oregon, re- to tim Utiltal Herryrcelectwlf of thu United KUll ,w eleeu.il president 0. SpuakiT Hccil appoint man of ways and nu lion of ftpproprintlo it Mr. .HcKiutey cltitir- iiKcoinmttiwMir.Qui. Jand Kellcyot THE HAND OF DEATH. 7. Jn California, Oweli Brown, only 13. In New Yi rm.rjt Civil i.-PreaidentCiuve -s llnl-ihed iwcasc bcforetlie-rarni.il ission. _ -J.. stislainod by nng .iiiiuiirit w A Kuiln S3. Ffvo nllCRcd murderers ralgned In i-ourt. M. Jlnrkc ngod f j. Uould. wjfo of Jay H. lloueo voted to climmato Kcw 31 tbo territorial bill and tu admit i kolas, Washington nml Montana Oilman Jlarelon uppolntcd United ntor from Kcw bnimercial treaty between Japan _'JnlWil States signed. Kpniia rn-uliTtnl from West Cleveland approved tLc bill Gould, ngod SI. Alerander T. McGill, nf 0. In liunlcii, UI Mttrato, prima donna, o.-ed daughter, broken hearted, her'- ft SI.eriirFIaekof York sachem ,if Tammany bull Ueca ila) of his fraudulent ilivora; of Jolin Blfclou-, age.163. la In Honff KoiiR. ciiiiia, Itnlpli Chandler roar admiral United Stutesni 12. In Kew York, John C. Dallon, prcsid.-nt at ew York OoHoffi nf Uarnson Inancumtcd. i of Michigan, named United to Spain; J. F. Swift to D. S. Tuny, of California, shot by Den ly Limed States Ifanibt 1C. Jiutlcc I-'itld arrested for compliuity Terry killing; slmrUj, ntter ilroad In NewYorl- --.......a court decided thuttho raiiurp of th, to declare result of late- election mwienil 7 fflso vacant and titlwl Governor iho ploco till tho result" Prohibition dcfc.it L nitcrl Sl.iti-i to Italy; ,1. Encn- D solicitor of slate department, agcil 13, In Waslilngtoii, D. W. Uliss, M. D., C3. mreil Port awl declareil bimsdf prcsident- t. In Kcw York, ll per'B Bnair, aged M. 7. In Philadelphia, Uilali V. Willi tliropiet ngeil at. B. In Now York, Joliu Kr, 53. In St. Count Pete nL-y Matth .Mrs. aenuoeo puK to penal survlliul toucrtRjyJlnmiJtoi, iiTneU in Itcrlin. Africa, Tho Portu- Englfah to build a mllroad, ind flrcd upon oil Ex-Secretary "f Stiiio Tho'nof ried lo Miss Mary Willlnij C VlMCkitlinrliwDrucI took the order of t 4 Louis Wollluj mad J. Clorjiton niadu J. A. Kasson, W. W. Hates nominated v, associate lon, John Urijtht. stntcsrnnn, 08. Fenrj- 1'opc, Gmadia.i rnlnbtur of rail- aiovrcul, ladelphla, Jcin I'. Usiicr, _ tried too-tlii 30. Iriil HI. Catholic ccntc 1'an-Amcrkan COIIE Sir. John llni-donnid trio Dominion council of thii portfolio of Plaster ftml cordr Montreal, RUSIM Tlio United Stot, etcam cniisers I Yorttown-lnft Senator Chaco of Kin.li. Island resided. W. W. J4of Maine, namcdformln- and Samuel R.- dedided (o iu.-ei i Boy affair. concluded between BJTopwocse. n_ell vfti-Jrew from tho Israeli commie- d for tho now Conjo to ana Princess Loutet-r aii, Ijov. J. Danilen colony at ilolokat, burned by light- is. In (Irtnndl, in., wLIcli WM 1C. Deputy Mantua Keaelo nleual In his N. J.j JTenry Q, I'caiaon post- no United Slntnt Eoitoa for Lbbon. 0. Henry M. Slut T. Dom Tt-Jro rei ployes ot tlm L bnre to Berlin. Vie 10. Louis Kuchoimetc zcrkiid. SPORTING MATTER! jur.cu. 1 SO. Cambjid-R iron tlio biia1 B. Tbo All-Ainerieun liosebi In New Yorfe from t by a banquet at D Duke of Portland's the- Derby. Sg. ILirvnnl di-fwitwl by Yut New London. B. Sullivan di.-feated ICilra In n sevcmy-Iivo rottnrl Ii IG. John refurca 4 rain sun-endured I Klt-li, owuun, of pl.nl look place, arrested; Me) tho charter 
                            

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