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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaF. Some of the leading features of the year 1899 that we always be memorable. In this and other lands Brief outline of the events which Hare to toss nor lentils him Terk. Fire Etc. The year 1s93 will always be memorable that in which the Spanish american War officially closed Ana the filipino insurrection reduced to a Mere disorganized Tuerr Isla warfare with its Leader a Fugi Tive. On the first Day of the year spam Celina wished its authority in Cuba and the a United states assumed control. The peace a sent to the Senate three Days later and february 6 it was ratified. April 11 ratifications were exchanged with Spain peace proclaimed. The work of Poniti reorganization in Cuba has progressed satisfactorily. The his cry of the revolt the tata a the leadership of Aguinaldo against the sovereignty of the United states is pm Ira cell within the period of the old year. It had its in the refusal of of. Insurgents to surrender Iloilo to the United states the demand of Aguinaldo Lor Independence and his proclamation of a re pub 4fc. As this government failed to of cog of time him he precipitated an insurrection his attack upon the american forces near Manila february 4. Since that Date there have been Many encounters with the insurgents in every one of which our have been successful and numerous towns have been captured occupied or destroyed Canita has teen moved from place to place with celer try As our troops advanced his so called government has disappeared his forces Jettave melted away until there is but a Liand Ful left to keep up a guerrilla War and Aguinaldo himself is virtually a fugitive Urit Hout a following. The old year abroad. The old year abroad has witnessed some of a stirring nature. Notwithstanding the Czar s spectacular exhibition at the Hague in the interests International and brotherhood the two leading in great Britain s record for the year have been warlike. Early in the year the British government issued a proclamation of joint control of the Soudan with be crypt and has effected that control by a of Brilliant victories won by lord Kitchener who is now on his Way to South Sirica second in command to lord Rob erts to take part in great Britain s second War for the subjugation of the Transvaal free state Boers. The Vot Alile dead. In the great army of those who passed May during 1s59 there Are some who have made themselves conspicuous and have achieved International Fame. A partial list follows Jan. 13, Kelson Dingley congressman 17, John Russell Young congressional librarian feb. A Gen. Count von Ca Privi sex Chancellor Germany feb. 7, Wil Liam Laird the English shipbuilder feb. 36, Felix Faure president of France feb. 25, Baron Paul Julius de Reuter founder of the Reuter news Agency March 4, Emil Erckmann novelist France March 1g, Joseph Medill editor of the Chicago Tribune a March 20, w. H. Millais artist England Larch 29, to irked Foster artist England april 9, Stephen d. Field Jurist United states May 15, Francisque Sarcy critic and author France May 23, Don Emilio Castelar author and statesman. Spain Jay ii Ito a jtujnauui1, a vol r Raicu is Elise Polko musical author Germany june 1, John smart artist England june 3, Johana Strauss composer Vienna june a Frank Thomson president of the Penn Sylvania Railroad corporation. June 7, a Austin Daly theatrical manager june 30. Mrs. E. D. E. X. South a Orth. Novelist states july 2, Charles Victor Cher Tilliez novelist. France july 21, Robert g. Engersoll. The great agnostic july 26, Gen. A Ulysses Heureux president of san Domin go aug. 1c, prof. Robert Wilhelm Eber hard Bunsen the German scientist sept. 32, Cornelius Vanderbilt the american financier sept. 17, Charles a. Pillsbury othe Minneapolis Mill owner oct. 19, w. H. Publisher. New York oct. 25, Grant Allen the English novelist oct. 23. Sir Viliam Penn Symonds. Of the British army oct. 27, Florence Marj att the English novelist oct. 2s, Ottmar Mergenthaler inventor of the Linotype machine nov. 21. Garret a. Hobart vice pres ident of the United states dec. 19, maj. Gen. Henry Law ton. U. S. A dec. 21, conductor Paris 33ec 22. Dwight l. Moody evangelist dec. Horman b. Eaton father of civil service Dee. 25. Prof. Eliot Coues Sci . The of Bowins gives the loss of life result song from various disasters in this As reported by mail and Telegraph fires drowning 61s mines 503 falling buildings Etc 4c3 storms 713 wars. The three prominent wars of the year live been the quelling of the filipino re Volt the and Anglo Boer. In addition to these there have been Sev eral revolutions in South and Central America Battles in the Soudan and in Valious parts of Asia and Africa. The list of including killed and wounded is As follows Fouth Africa Soudan 3.95s China s.5s India. 975 Arabia Formosa 951 Samoa 7j fian Domingo 4s Venezuela Colombia Ecuador Bolivia 200 Sam Miry of As nearly As can be estimated 1.750 lives Lave been lost upon the Ocean. 469 upon in land Waters by Railroad accidents. S2s by disasters abroad by minor Dis asters in this country. by epidemics famine and by wars making i total of As compared with 127.930 in 1s9s. 3s9.017 in 1597, in 1s96 and in 1s95. Sale Lucs. The total number of persons who have committed suicide in the United states Dur ing 3599. As reported by mail and Tele graph is 5.s40. As compared with in 1sss, 6.soo in 1s97, in 1s96 and 5.759 in 1s35. It will be seen that the decrease in since 1ss7 has been steady. Of this total 4.155 were males and 1.1s5 females is about the usual proportion year year for the last ten years. Among pro Tensional inon physicians still head the list 33 Havins taken their own lives As com pared with 44 in 15s3. 41 in 1s97, 47 in k in isso 45 in 1s94. During the year Folso 9 clergymen. 7 prominent attorneys 7 persons engaged in the banking business. 3 actors 7 journalists and 2 College professors have committed suicide. 5s were Whites 71 Blacks and 1 Indian. The crimes for which they were executed were murder 113 rape 17 Highway robbery 1. It is Gratifying to note that the criminal work of the mob murderers notwithstanding some instances of special barbarity in Georgia Louisiana and Kentucky has de creased during 1su9, being much smaller than in any year since 1ss5. Judge Lynch executed 107 persons during the of these Lynch legs 103 occurred in the South and 4 in the North. Of the total number s4 were negroes and 22 Whites. The record of embezzling forgery de faulting and Bank wreckage for Issa is the smallest Ever known in any year in the history of business since statistics were kept which embraces a period of 21 years. The total is but As compared with in and in la j7. Klee the losses by fire in the United states during 1s99 aggregate As com pared with in ims in 1s97, in 1s96 and in 1s93. Those where the loss in each Case was and upwards amounted to s71.l12. 000 and the losses by smaller fires to 72s.365. A ill Juht snot. Among All the records of the year 1s99 not one stands out so conspicuously As that of the donations and bequests made for re Ligion educational institutions Charity libraries museums and galleries and to cities for popular Benefit and entertain ment. Year in the history of the coun try has Ever equated it. The aggregate thus bestowed is the immense sum of As compared with in ass j33 c12. Skin 1s97, in 1s9b, in u95 and in 1s94. Of the total amount stated afoot a there has Bec a Given to educational institutions the extraordinary sum of to charities to churches 10 museums and Art galleries. And to libraries 400. First movement of a general and Vance from Manila made by two infantry battalions. Cabuyao taken after a Sharp fi6ht. Fifty sixth Congress. A Loti Brno uus the National Leturc resume alter Tinh Rorty the Cen. The total number of murders committed in the United states during 1ss9 shows a. Continued decrease being As com pared with in 18s8, in 1s87, in my in 1sk. The number of executions u was in As compared with in 12s in 1w7. 1h in is in 1sj6, in in 1ss4, 1h in 1w and itt in it there were hanged to tact math and n in tit a web of won Washington Jan. Senate resumed its sittings yesterday and a Bill was introduced by senator Foraker 0. Providing a civil government for puerto Kico. An amendment to the House currency Bill was offered provid ing for bimetal ism. January 10 was set apart for eulogies of the late vice president Lobart. Washing Lon. Jan. 5. Senator Cul Lom 111. Reported his Bill in the Senate yesterday creating a territorial govern ment for Hawaii. A Bill granting settlers the right to make second Home Stead entries was passed. Senator Bev Cridge ind introduced a Resolution declaring for american retention of Philippines with notice that he will speak thereon january 9. Senator Aldrich to opened the discussion of the financial Bill. Adjourned to the St. Washington. Jan. The House yesterday a Bill was introduced to pen Sion the widow of Gen. Lawton at the rate of a year. Resolutions were offered asking a statement from Secre tary Gage As to Deposit of Public funds in new Vork batiks for constitutional amendments authorizing an income tax and authorizing Congress to define and regulate trusts. Jan. 5. Or. Dolliver to introduced a Bill in the House yes i or Tail 1 1.- in Fps Ortw. Quarles a introduced a Besoiu Tion extending sympathy to the Boers. Adjourned to the sch. A terrible deed. The presence of to licit children a slip Bis ran Farmer kills ills nud himself. Kalamazoo such. Jan. In a fit of rage Charles Hoot a Farmer Liv ing in Texas township. Thursday after noon Cut his wife s Throat and then his own in the presence of their two children who notified the neighbors of the killing. The eldest is Only eight years and can give no intelligible account of the tragedy except that his parents had been quarrelling. The clothing of the children were spattered with their parents blood. The couple had had frequent troubles be fore. Well known hanker to land. Jan. Evening Wisconsin special from Icenah ths., says Hiram Smith president of the manufacturers Bank and Well known throughout the state is dead. Or. Smith with his brother started and operated the first paper Mill in the Fox River Valley 46 years ago. He was 70 Vears old. Coinage of n. A car. Washington Jan. State me it issued by the director of the mint shows that the total coinage executed at the mints of the United states Dur ing the Calendar year ended december 30, ism. As follows cold. Silver. Minor coins inc Nanry fire., Jan. Little town of Massena. In the Southeast part of this was half wiped out by fire of incendiary origin which broke out. Shortly utter Midnight. The loss will be about 520.000. Partly covered by insurance. The in bloc Delit. Washington. Jan. Monthly statement of the Public debt shows that at the close of business Decem Ber 30, 1s99. The debt less Cash in the Treasury amounted to a decrease for the month of took he Otto Douglas kan., Jan. 2. Former con Gressman Clover committed Sui cide at his Home near Here by shooting. Kerpon deny resulting from poverty and sickness was the cause. Fran Clineb sent Tucei. Paris. Jan. 5. The Senate has sentenced my. A Roulede. Buffet and a Luces. Leaders in a conspiracy to ten years banishment and m. Guerin to ten years imprisonment. Tra Cdr in Kentucky. Adairville ky., Jan. Or. T. M. Gay a prominent dentist shot and killed Edward o. Griffy a Well known business Man and then killed himself a quarrel was the cause. Growing i la Iii ulnar is n s arrive with Strong hold i a i min ers rescued. Manila Ian. First movement of a general Southern Advance occur red monday morning when two battalions of the thirty ninth in Fantry landed and occupied Cabuyao on the South Side of Lacuna Csc Hay. Two americans were wiled and four wounded. Twenty four of tiie enemy s dead were found in one Bouse. One Hundred and fifty prisoners and four six Pounder rapid lire g uns were captured. Wife surrenders. Manila. Jan. Who was recently reported to have Liliet in the mountains her sister. Col. Let Bas. Two Sisters of the insurgent colonel and is men have surrendered to Muj. March of the to dirty third infantry in to n toe. Two americans and several Spanish prisoners of the insurgents were released at the same time. Madrid. Jan. Received Here from Manila confirm the reports As to Agu Naulo s growing unpopularity with the insurgents. Through failure to make headway against the Ameri cans the filipino commander in chief is said to be falling into deeper discredit every Day. To Uli Sute . Washington Jan. Gen eral Sternberg received a Cable Mes Sage tuesday saying that the Hospital ship Missouri left Manila on the 31st tilt for san Francisco with 2s6 sick sol Diers on Board. Skips arrive. Washington Jan. Otis announces by Cable to the War depart ment that nine transports with troops have arrived at Manila. Aguini Iklo has promulgated a decree ordering the liberation of All Spanish prisoners. In a dispatch to the Navy department Admiral Watson reports that the gunboat Marietta the last of the four american warships to leave the United states for the Philippines Lay the european Routs has reached Manila. A Lily army. Manila. Jan. Wheaton has arrived in Manila. Agui Nullo s wife is also Here. Troops have been to teen Fratea at Ca Amba. San Pedro. Manati and Bacolor. Gen. Otis a now in com Mand of an effective Force of about 05. Slime Holt to Ikon. Manila Jan. From Maga Lang. Province of i Mpanga. Report Liat capt. Con hat sir. Three companies of the Twenty fifth regiment captured he insurgent stronghold Commnn-hi.-. On mount Arniat. Friday. Throe Ainer icons were wounded but the enemy s loss is not known. These Neil. Manila. Jan. Luther Hare of the thirty third infantry Lieut. Col. Robert l. Howze of Tho thirty fourth infantry All the american prisoners including lie it. Gilmore have arrived at Vigan Ince of South it cos. Take another washing ton. Jan. United states Navy has taken Possession of another Island in the East. The news of the seizure was contained in the following dispatch Civite. Jan. 5, december 21, "wer.tzbaugh. Commanding the Alibay a Little gunboat hoisted the Flash on Siutu Island and the chief Dato provided and raised the pole. Natives and Xoanh Borneo authorities pleased. Signed the Island lies at the Southwest Angle of the Boundary line of the quadrangle enclosing the i philippine group. It is probably but not positively outside the line and lies very near the coast of Borneo command ing the principal Channel Between that Island and the Philippines. Minor news items. Kur a Eek i idling Jan. 0. Yellow fever Cost Havana 103 lives in i 509. Gen. Wood says cuban cities will be Given Home Rule soon. A naval station is to be established at sail Juan. Puerto Kico. A statue of is to be unveiled in Paris on july 3. The new York legislature convened in Iii Toul session in Albany. The seventy fourth general Assem Bly of Ohio met in As governor of Massachusetts. Gen. Wood released 40 persons wrong fully imprisoned in cuban jails. Chicago Laikind Rymeis have formed a Combine with a capital of Jeffries has agreed to fight Corbett March 13 and Sharkey weeks later. Liburt Harris hanged in, for the murder of Irwin another Niiro. American citizens have claims against Spain amounting to Over 000.000. Wisconsin prohibitionists will hold their convention in Madison a in a to York City persons lost their lives by Gas asphyxiation in de i Ember last. Sir Thomas Lipton. Of London has i Supil a Challenge for the America s cup in 1001. Ieronimo 1 Arra and Antonio Flores mexicans were hanged at Al paso Tex. For murder. Charley and Zalc Singleton negroes iia Nguu at s. A. For murder. The business portion of the Village of Mears. Mich., was almost entirely destroyed by fire. Or. William a. Hammond former sur Geon Genei Al of the army died in Wash Narton. Aged 71 years. Four men on the Tennessee Railroad eight Miles from Lockwood were killed by a i i Amite explosion. Go see. A chinese murderer convicted of wiling a countryman was hanged in san Francisco. The wages of workmen in Pittsburgh pa., have been advanced from five to ten per cent. The american steel wire company the wire Trust has advanced the wages of 20.000 men per cent. W. U. Moody says his father s wort will be continued by the institutions he founded at. East Northfield. Mass. Peter s. Wilkes an attorney once a member of the Confederate Congress died at his Home in Stockton. Cal. Aged 74 years. Or. Leopold Schenk who claimed to be Able to influence sex by Mother s diet has been expelled from the Vienna inner sift. Lev. John g. Free founder of College in Kentucky for coeducation of Whites and Blacks died at his Home in it Reid now 84 years. Lien. 0. K. Dreutz Eti. United states Consul to Norway during president Grants administration died at Frank fort. Tenn. Need s4 years. First water admitted to the immense Channel without for Mal ceremony. Great engineering feat accomplished by the i . Moises la. Jan. A president Mckinley. According to dispatches from Washington to people at Knoxville. La., Lias pardoned e. Cassatt former president of a National Bank at Bella la., was sentenced to nine years in the Penitentiary for looting the institution. He has served four years and nine months and is in badly broken health. Lie was a member of the state Senate and a prominent Man in the state. Demands Washington. Jan. Hay has informed the British government that the United states regards the seizure of american flour at Delagoa Bay by a Cruiser As illegal Aud that indemnity is claimed. Lie in state. 0., Jan. Re Mains of the late maj. John a. Logan will lie in state in St. John s Episco Church upon their arrival Here. It is expected now that the funeral will occur about february 5. White Home in inner. Washington. Jan. First of the formal dinners of the social season at the White House was Given by president and mrs. Mckinley. The members of the Cabinet and their wives being the guests of Honor. A boy hone Tel. Sunbury pa., Jan. Cres Singer aged 19 years was hanged Here for the murder of in year of Daisy Smith on August 10. 1s9s. A Lover s quarrel caused the crime. Crime of an Pineville Ore. Jan. A Drunken quarrel at a piste Indian comp near Here Matthew Wewa killed his wife his brother and two squaws and killed himself. Bank York. Jan. Street s re View of Bank clearings for 1s99 shows that the total for the United states a increase of Isis explosion three men. Anna. 111., Jan. Mcguinis mat Mcgintis and John Adams the Engineer were scalded to death thursday afternoon by a boiler explosion at the Sawmill of Oscar Stout eight Miles cast of Here. Or. Stout s Skull was crushed and he will probably die. The boiler was a second hand affair and the Engineer was inexperienced. sailors London. Jan. Dispatch from i Ristol announces that the British Steamer Borg a Sec. Of Glasgow foun cleared off Cape finister last Friday curing a Hurricane. Twenty two of the Crew were drowned. Knt re family per Shert. Barboursville w. Va., Jan. Liam Ellis wife and two children were burned to death in their Home near Here Early monday morning. Jato one knows the origin of the fire. Hunk circulation. Washington Jan. Tiie close of business december so 1s90, the total circulation of National Bank notes was an increase for the year of Only one saved. St. Johns of. Jan. Schooner Puritan was driven ashore on Cabot Island in a heavy Gale monday and eight out of her Crew of nine were lost. In offer. Washington. Jan. Is said that Denmark a decided to accept. Amer Ica s informal offer of for the danish West indies islands. Bank Tolono. 111., Jan. 2. The Bank of to Ono. A private institution of which r. A. Bower is president was robbed by burglars of a Tenerina Chicago Jan. Harper announces that the Chicago University has received in gifts during the past year. A in Tel fire. West Lafayette. Ind. Jan. A livery stable fire Here John Lynch and horses were cremated. Lived Over in Galena Iii., Jan. Johanna Keese aged 103 ye.a.t5, died let Home cubic feet of water a. Minute Radii Billy to tie Tutu the full amount of cubic will me flon Luk. Chicago Jan. Nine o clock Jester Lay morning water was turned Irto the drainage canal and began to toward , where it fall into the Desplaines River thu sice through the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers to the Gulf of mex Ico. The engineers of the sanitary District have Cut a Channel to carry cubic feet of water a minute but yesterday the water was allowed to into the canal at the rate of South african War. T much reported in Ike general and by Ltulio win u . London. Jan 2. Uen. French with men surprised the Boers at Coles Burg and forced them to abandon the town and Retreat. A Recomio Tenn part of Uritis a. Meeting the Boers at Dordrecht were forced to retire after six hours Battle with slight losses. Gen. Kitchener says it will take a year and men to conquer the Boers. London. Jan. Pilcher. After a considerable number of Boers at Sunn Side. Pushed for word to Douglas which he now occupies. Theroel a Are again threatening Coles lie which was captured by Gen. French. London officials say trifling such As at Dordrecht Cole i Borg and Sunnyside. Have no direct bearing upon the military situation which is unchanged. The user loss in killed since the War beg an reaches the number of 4.000. London Jan. Advices from Iii seat of War in South Africa indicate severe fighting in Northern Cape Colony where tiie forces of Gen. French and Gen. Re present the Imperial Only cubic feet a minute. About anus Jan French has not yet secured c Oles burst. As reported and he Lias asked for London. Jan. J. News from South Africa shout no recent action of con sequence but the opposing armies a be preparing for serious four Days from the time the flow be Gan according to the estimate of the chief Engineer the canal will be full of water. Hist real sketch of canal. Probably no Public work has Ever been i Pear to undertaker by any other state or Munici j up Iii which from its very inception was designed 10 do so much for the navigable and commercial interests of the country As the Chicago canal. The requirement of in which compelled the construction of Rock sections to meet Ihu demands of ate next generation was wife for it has said the foundation of a Mammoth ship canal connecting the great lakes with the missis Sippi River and the Gulf and saving the sanitary District of Chicago and the Federal government the great expense that would in the future be necessary in Rock excava Tion and blasting under the flowing water. The first work in this great Enterprise was begun on shovel septembers 1s92, on the Rock Cut below Lemont on the line Between Cook and will counties so that a Little Over seven years have been consumed in the entire work involving an outlay of about Over so per cent of the entire work was done during the so called panic period and owing to this fact the entire Cost of construction was reduced about indeed the Board of trustees and its engineers Are unanimous in the belief that the work could not now be duplicated under existing prices for both labor and material for less than j40.000.000. The canal has been constructed in strict conformity with the requirements of the Law under which the sanitary District of Chicago was organized and it is of sufficient size and capacity to produce and maintain at ail times a continuous flow of at least 800.000 cubic feet of water per min vote with a current not exceeding one Mike per hour. The flow of water is of the minimum depth of 22 feet in the Earth sections of the canal and the same depth through out the Rock sections. The sanitary District of Chicago com Prises All of the City North of eighty seventh Street together with some 43 Square Miles of Cook county outside of the City limits which will be directly Liene j filed by the improvement. The population of the City of Chicago in 1s90. According to the Federal census was and the equalized assessed valuation of real estate Rand other property subject to taxation in London Jan. Is reported that Gen. Busier has started lighting on the Tugui. But some doubt is expressed As his bottle bet Oie he has been reinforced. The British made a sortie from Mafeking with an. Armoured train but found the Boer position impregnable and retreated after a hard Battle heavy loss. Germany aroused. Emperor William protests aral it the seizure of another vessel great Britain. Berlin Jan. Seizure of the Imperial mail Steamer general has considerably aggravated the situation Here and the indignation against England is intensified. The government is still earnestly endeavouring to preserve Cor rect official relations but England will do Well to hasten to make the amende honorable to Germany. On absolutely reliable authority it is Learned that emperor is now thoroughly aroused by the repeated seizures of ves Sels not one of which he has been assured is guilty of he has instructed count von Bulow the foreign Secretary to demand exact and full reparation for the outrage done to the German Flag. A fatal blast. Twenty two tons of Tov incr explode eur Narle River. Two 3ien blown to atoms. 5u1s.2ss.977, being real value. About one tenth of the Only five rounds. Kid Mac of Eicr Malier in a prize Fly rail he orc tic Coney Inland club. Lake Linden. Mich., Jan. Day night buildings in this City were shaken As a res ult of an explosion of 22 tons of powder which occurred nearly 20 Miles Distant near Eagle River. Vividn cuday it was Learned that two Sleigh Load of Black powder each containing 11 tons had been in some unknown manner exploded. Two men. Joseph St. Louis and Joseph Palmerston and new York. Jan. Mccoy again placed himself in the Champion _ ship class by defeating Peter Maher blown in a brisk Well fought Battle of five j valued at 52.000. The horses the round before the Coney Island ath 1jtmdej. Was property of Richard in Ftp. A Frt i a n _ four horses were the powder was Letic club monday afternoon. One j fight was scheduled to last 25 rounds in and tiie purse was to have been 000. But the attendance was not As As had been expected and be proprietor of a fuse factory River. The poll mini estate. Chicago. Jan. T. Lincoln lore the tight begun the Princi j and Norman Ream executors of the estate of George if. Pullman were allotted As compensation for services this is said to be the largest amount in fees Ever allowed executors of any estate handled by the pro Bate court Here. It is said the estate which listed about 93.000.000 when the will was probated now figures up near pals agreed that the Winner should receive the Gross Gate receipts. Mccoy received and Maher doctors must Washington. Jan. Commissioner of internal Revenue has decided that a physician who prescribes whisky Brandy or any alcoholic liquor which is not compounded with any drug or medicinal substance for the purpose of forming a remedy shall be required to the special internal Revenue tax of by Italy a rfcs. Jan. 5. Kava the italian ambassador called at the s25 a year As a retail liquor dealer pro state

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