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South Haven Messenger (Newspaper) - February 5, 1847, South Haven, MichiganAstrological lore. The Trade review. Month of january con leered to hat started the tear Well. A g. Dun amp co weekly review of Trade says a january has been a month of disappointment but of real gain. Wheat has declined Cotton has scarcely risen enough to pay brokerage Wool holds steady in spite of generous buying Woolen goods hardly change in prices Iron and its products decline leather is sluggish hides Are lower As some shoe manufacturers accept a Shade lower prices the average of Railroad stocks is slightly lower than it was dec. 31, and the Advance in Trust stocks has been Small. To traders in such properties the month has been disappointing. A yet during the last week the record shows that ten Iron works have started and Only two have stopped thirteen Woolen works have started and nine More Are about ready to Start Shile three have stopped. Similar Ings Are seen in other industries and the additional establishments Are not starting without some increase in orders a the failures for the week have been Ney. At that soda Forbat familiar salutation All eyes were turned on me with wonder As to who i was that the president addressed familiarly. When i reported what i had Learned at the War department he took his pen and wrote an order reinstating Captain James and handed it to me and said to me to take that Over to the department and see if they would understand it. Legislators listen 8iqns of the planets at times of birth. Iowa Senate addressed by women. They do not exert an influence Oto life but indicate Terente Likely to occur Comee from the a Ftp Tlane. Advocate of equal suffrage Appeal to lawmakers to Advance their Cauce ask that the que Elton be submitted to a vote of the people. The National convention of the women suffrage association met at Des Moines Iowa tuesday. About 200 delegates were present from outside the City. The president Susan b. Anthony delivered her annual address in which she said that fifty years ago a woman could work for nothing whereas today she can work for half pay her treatment having been bettered by much. Full committees were appointed during the Day. A at thursdays session of the National woman a suffrage association the following officers were re elected president Susan b. Anthony vice president at Large the Rev. Anna Howard Shaw. Philadelphia corresponding Secretary mrs. Rachel Foster Avery Philadelphia. The National woman suffrage Asso fhe planets do not exert an influence Over life. Their position at the time of a persons birth Only indicate what that life is Likely to be. The science has come Down to us from the earliest Ages of Man and was one of the Foremost arts in the Days of the supremacy of Egypt two Hundred years ago its revival began. Its Progress has been steady especially in England and the United states. The most enlightened minds of the Century Are giving it special study and its popularity is again in the ascendant. The free readings in these columns should not be confounded with Fortune telling. The most cultured in the land study astrology. No sensible person takes notice of Fortune tellers or for Lune telling. The popularity of our free readings attest the esteem in which the science is held. Letters come from physicians lawyers hankers and merchants. Applicants for readings Are again reminded that full name and address of sender must accompany every letter. Also Date hour and place of birth. If the applicant does not know the hour of birth he or she should Send for special instruction by mall. Persons not wishing their readings published in regular order can have them forwarded by mall. Mall readings Are sent on receipt of twelve two cent postage Stamps. Address prof. G. W. Cunningham dept. 4, 194 South Clinton Street. Chicago. Following Are the readings for this week w. S., Marionville. To. According to data furnished you ars % mixture of indications of both Leo which the Sun rules and Virgo which Mercury rule3, therefore the Sun and Mercury Are yur ruling planets or . Syput Are medium height or above medium to dark complexion hair and eyes there is a notch formed in the hair above the temples. You Are ambitious industrious and energetic rather reserved in manners and when a boy quite bashful you take great interest in animals especially a Fine horse you Are quite studious and like to read up on scientific subjects. Your House of Money is afflicted by Mars this is warning that you should at All times be extra careful of finances and avoid hazardous speculation. Marriage More fortunate than average and your wife was from an excellent family yet in some Way not fortunate correspondingly As her ancestors. Hazel s., mechanics Tlle lows. According to the data the zodiacal sign Leo which the Sun rules was rising at your birth therefore the Sun in your ruling planet or signify locator. You Are above medium height with a slender wiry figure and wide shoulders in proportion to the rest of the body you Are medium to Light complexion hair and eyes the eyes Are quite Large and expressive. You have a sunny cheerful disposition and Are recognized As n Leader you will always hold n Good position in life and can make Money in that Way if no other but you will with Ordinary care of finance a always have Money even if you do generously give Lota of it away. You Are proud and ambitious and no Small kind of business will gratify your ambition. You have splendid command of language and would make a Good orator. You Are gifted in one or More of the Fine arts and in this you would be quite original. You Are very fond of the occult and mysterious. C. A. R., Panama Iowa. According to the data furnished the zodiacal sign Sagittarius which Jupiter rules was rising at your birth therefore Jupiter is your ruling planet or signify locator the Moon is on the ascendant and is Cosini Flator. You Are above medium height slender but Well formed and you will become stouter from this time on you have dark complexion hair and eyes the eyes Are very expressive and have a Peculiar sparkle and Sharp sight. You Are cheerful Happy Jovial kind and obliging you Are very humane and considerably inclined towards the scientific you Are kind to animals Solen Tofic you Are kind to animals and very Foud of horses you have an intellect that denotes a special ability i the management of subordinates. Your House of Money is afflicted denoting that your Money gets away very easily and you have utile left to show for it \ yj0te.�?1those who have sent in their Stamps 94 cent for readings by mall will usually be promptly answered. In cases where there is an apparent delay the astrologer should be notified at Onoe had the mistake will he rectified interesting Royal wedding soon to be solemnized my Colum at 331 the United states against 404 last year and 57 in Canada against 70 last Homes swept away. Elation closed its Twenty ninth annual convention in Des Moines Friday night. The last Day was a memorable one to the cause. For an hour president Susan b. Anthony presided Over the Iowa Senate and eight notable woman suffragists were permitted to address the largest audience that Ever assembled in the Senate chamber. The trend of All the addresses was in the nature of appeals to have the question submitted to a vote of the people and there is no doubt that they accomplished much missionary work. Fire ruin an Iowa town no a tattle reported. Pacific Junction Iowa has been wiped out by flames. Scores of people Are homeless. The Blaze originated in a Small grocery store from unknown cause and before it was brought under control Twenty three buildings comprising the main Section of the place had been wiped out. Among the buildings destroyed were the Pacific hotel valued at $8,006, and the Odd Fellows Hall of about the same value. Both structures were three stories in height. The total loss is estimated at Between $25,000 and $30,000. The whole town is built of Wood and the flames had an easy Progress from building to building under the stimulus of a Strong North wind. But Little of the contents of the buildings were saved. No fatalities occurred. Lincoln and his caller. I recollect As perhaps the of Ion to interesting hour of my life one spent with president Lincoln in his office on one of his reception Days. Captain James quartermaster at fortress Mon Roe had been dismissed by or. Stanton Secretary of War for a technical violation of the regulations. Stanton refused to hear any explanation in defense and the president was appealed to. I asked if i could be of any Serr Loe in Washington and upon an affirmative answer i went at once. I tried two Days to get an audience but found i a Cabinet meetings or members of Congress occupying All the time. By the third Day the anteroom had become full of people waiting to see the president men women and boys White and coloured. I had by this time made the acquaintance of the doorkeeper i who said to me that he thought if i would wait a few minutes the whole crowd would be admitted for that was the custom of the president whenever a crowd like that was there if there was no Cabinet meeting nor anything of that kind. In a few minutes the door opened and the crowd poured in men women and boys. I did not count them but there were surely 100. As soon As i entered the room i cast my eyes Over it and saw a seat which if i could reach would enable me to see and hear All that took place. I secured the coveted seat and saw and heard or. Lincoln decide their cases. The president patiently heard All they had to say and his Good nature kindness and Wisdom were Manifest that All could but Admire the unerring i judgment and humanity with which i they were All dismissed. Wait on Uncle Sam. Europe wont take initiative for monetary conference. London Jan. 25.�?it is rumoured that senator Edward o. Wolcott of Colorado who has been visiting England in the interest of bimetal ism is not quite satisfied with the Progress of his inquiries Here. He finds that the position Here remains unchanged hmm the time of the Brussels conference namely that the British government and the House of common Are committed to do All in their Power to secure by International agreement the stable monetary Par of the Exchange of Gold and Silver. But great Britain under no circumstances will take the initiative in calling a new conference. She wants to see what practical Steps other governments Are willing to take. The Continental Power Are equally unwilling to take the Lead in calling a monetary conference As they unanimously believed that the United states both by its position and importance must take the initiative. Gen. Alger become one of Mckinley a official family. President elect Mckinley has appointed Gen. Russell a. Alger an Ohio born resident of Michigan to be Secretary of War. Gen. Alger like most of the members of the new Cabinet came Down to Canton at major Mckinley a request and spent three hours in consultation with his chief before any definite announcement of his position was made. Chicago firemen Hurt fire destroyed property valued at $300,000 at the Southwest Corner of Monroe Street and fifth Avenue Chicago tuesday night. Falling Walls due to the fire injured twelve firemen and placed the uves of a score More in jeopardy. One of the injured will die. Will fix Boundary. Melville w. Fuller chief Justice of the United states supreme court and David j. Brewer associate Justice have been nominated a commissioners to serve on the tribunal appointed to Dpi term he the Boundary line Between Venezuela and British Guiana. Sir Charles Russell and sir Franklin Lockwood will Likely be the British commissioners. Turner named la Washington. George f. Turner of Spokane was thursday nominated for United states senator from Washington in a caucus of populists and free Silver Republic can. Judge Turner a bean a Republican but in the late election he supported Bryan. Frob Amy fatal. The doctor mrs. Brown has sent for me to go and eee her boy and i must go is once. His wife what is the matter with the boys the doctor i done to know but mrs. Brown hns a Book on a what to do before the doctor Comee a and i must hurry up before she does words. Buhalag. Hobbs to Friend in restaurant a i say Nobbs How a business. Nob be great never saw such a Rush. No time to sleep and even behind in meals. That was Day before yesterday lunch i just . Owing to the strike of 350 Broad silk weavers in the Phoenix manufacturing mine at Paterson n. J., the other employees of the Mill were unable to go to work and As a consequence �,50 hands Are out of employment and the Mills Are closed. A tremendous explosion of nitroglycerine in a storehouse took place wednesday near Bradner Twenty five Miles South of Toledo Ohio. William Milson of Toledo and Edward Dunn Aon of rising Sun were blown to a Toms

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