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South Haven Messenger (Newspaper) - January 4, 1895, South Haven, MichiganVol. Xiv v via a South Flaven mich., Friday Laff. History of a week. Wtiz wohld�?T8 news in a nut Shell. Lai Portt events Dwitte and a id blow Witsil cum win Ipa tit of Iarj cd Tail and ote it tue a Cnair Florence Gil Man of Peoria and Nel i a Jame of Pekin eloped with two Jacksonville Young Mem to Blooming too a hero of ajar were arrant de by the recce and returned to the nor Bona nurses and matrons Are on a a Trike at the Lara land Hospital for women and children because of an abusive physician. A John 11 Hall of la Porte. Ind., who Dulaj feared from Houth Chicago on the fist has returned Home. He had visited Salt Lake City. Expert accountants have discovered that Lexington by. Was robbed of 814,750 during j. H. Davidson s terms City collector. Burglars entered the Post office at Curran. I1l, and in looking for them Springfield officers had a desperate fight with eighteen tramps. Dry Arlos Martyn and a. M. Has Weli of Chicago addressed rousing meetings at Racine in behalf of better municipal government. Mine operators of the Massillon District arc preparing to import men to take the places of those who refuse to work. A bombarding hello was the subject of citizen Rev. George Francis train s Sermon i new York. He named his Church a the congregation of the 11 oly o the Illinois Board of charities has appealed to legislators and others to Aid in securing Laws for the prevention of blindness. Editors j. A. Mehlhop of Havana i1l, was arrested for contempt in publishing an article criticising judge Urr. Walt h. Butler who disappeared from Oelwein Iowa several weeks ago and was found in Indianapolis declares he has no recollection of How he reached the latter City. People in Western Nebraska Are suffering from Scurry owing to Lack of wholesome Tood. A dozen deaths from want Are reported. W. A Squire a leading business Man of Council Bluffs has been sued for 815,000 damages by mrs. Mamie Rollins. Who maintains that he agreed to support her. Letters sent to missionaries in Armenia from the Headquarters of the Amer eau Board Are opened Aud examined by turkish officials i Huu i Lias been appointed commander of the chinese forces superseding i Hung Chang and Prince Kung. Judicial inquiry into the conduct of directors of the French a Southern railway has revealed another financial scandal. The British Steamer Yoxford sunk the French bark Marie Louise. Five of the bark s Crew were drowned. The Baric Osseo was wrecked on Holyhead breakwater and the Twenty four persons on Board were drowned. Congressman Mcettrick declares that he w ill press Liis Bill for the creation of a department of Commerce. Treasury officials believe receipts will equal expenditures when the collections from sugar become Normal plates for the printing of facsimiles of foreign postage Stamps will be seized by the secret service if Dot surrendered. Nebraska legislators Are gathering at Lincoln. A warm fight for the speaker ship is in Progress among the republicans. A Barber shop at Elwood ind., a wrecked by a natural Gas explosion a fid its eight occupants were injured. John Smith and his Bride of a week were asphyxiated by Gas in a san Francisco hotel. By. F. Kos Stan jr., bookkeeper of the Hudson River National Bank Hudson n. Y., Lias Leen arrested charged with embezzling $11,000. A. Ii. Webber and wife of Sacra unto cal., were beaten to death w Ith an a and their Home plundered. Mrs. C. Bloomer the Well known advocate of Ress Reform for women died at Council Bluffs aged 76 years. John Fitzgerald sex president of the Irish National league of America died at Llao Oln neb. He was 66 years old. Christie Georgina Rossetti the poetess. A Slater of Daniel Gabrielle Kos scum. A dead at the age of of 64. The first Baptist Church at Chattanooga tenn., the handsomest in the South was damaged to the extent of 840,000. It the Delavan House at Albany n. A. Was gutted by fire. Four of the 100 guests were injured As was the Porter. An me diary fire destroyed two warns and severable valuable horses at Alula Leera and canned a panic in a near by ch3%h, a lighted Cigar stamp started a fire which destroyed the City Hall Post office i Pilsy in Ary and opera House at old Deforth Maine. United states officers have arrested the leaders of a desperate gang of counter Fetters in Oklahoma. Case against or. Pick in of Waii Claire win charged with hypnotizing and abducting two Young girls has been allowed to lapse. Two Sticks the Indian who mar a red four cowboys feb. 5, 1893, was hanged at deed Wood amp. D., protesting b is innocence. Outlaws supposed to belong to the dul Teci gang burned the court House in Payne county Oklahoma a rtt Mil its records. County Treasury at Sudeta rom cal., i robbed and the to Pasapor looked in the vault he wan Retener by his wife a Secretary Smith has notified All a Indian agents to see that the red men Are a kept employed hereafter. Capitalist Are planning to m theater an the site of the a bother rebellion is threatened in Brasil. The army which is devoted to Peixoto Quot retakes to obey president morses orders and 200 officers have been Maprie owed. Six thousand Tong Haks were Defeated by the japanese in a four hours fight As Lai Jurin. The rebellion i practically it an end. Lord Randolph cd Nurcill s physicians my his Case is hopeless. His weakness is increasing slowly. The British Steamer Abydos is believed to have foundered off the coast of the Isle of Man carrying All on Board Down with her. Pope Leo praised the Progress activity and Liberty of the United a states in an address to the officers of the Detroit who returned the Vatican relics exhibited at the world s fair. Brazilian troops burned a House at ban Gabriel used As a Hospital and 120 rebels perished. Washington. To Avert a Tariff Row with the United states Spain is considering the granting of partial Home role to Cuba. The German government has modified its prohibitory decree against american meats so As to admit canned meats. Austria it is said proposes to join Germany in retaliating on the United states if the sugar duties Are not modified. Secretary Carlisle has issued a Call for $2,362.000 Bonds issued to the Central Pacific commonly known As currency 6s. Sex Secretary of state John w. Foster has consented to go to Japan to sporting Murphy won the Undine stakes for 2-year-Olds, at Sun Francisco mainstay the favorite was second. A Napoleon Quot Ives offers to play a wizard Quot Schaefer Cushion Barotn billiards for from $6000 to $10,000 a Side. At new Orleans the eases against Laviguer and others connected with the contest in which Bowen was killed were dismissed. The Brooklyn jockey club announces that it will Divide and Over plus in its guaranteed stakes among the owners of the first three horses. I representatives of y ale Harvard and Prince Ion won in the intercollegiate chess contest in new York. Alix failed in the Effort to lower her record at los Angeles trotting a mile in 2 03>l the i year old directly paced a mile in 2 0$. Miscellaneous. The Illinois Board of commissioners of Public charities suggests the employment of internet in insane Hospital biennial meeting of the state Camp of the modern Woodmen of America was held at a Springfield. 111. Thursday. Iowa attorneys met in Des Moines and organized a state bar association. A. Mccreary of Keokuk was elected president. Michigan knights of the grip voted Down the Accident insurance plan and a proposition to admit Toller than wolverines to membership mrs. Naneva Trimble of Greensburg ind., has brought suit against George and Edward Trimble relatives for the recovery of $6.0o0, which she claims to have parted with without Security. War in a�yssin14. Tauane my surpri5ing an eritrean Village. Tea Cabinet Frida v some sort at s new push it. Hoary Gold Aid the chinese representatives in bringing about peace. The government Bond Syndicate has dissolved after disposing of but 13 per cent of the Issue. The new currency plan is alleged to have caused liquidation by holders. Congressman gear who suffered a stroke of apoplexy is greatly improved Ana his speedy recovery is expected. President Cleveland is considering the issuing of a proclamation imposing a discriminating Flag duties Quot on imports from Spain. Secretary Carlisle is said to be enraged at the probable failure of his currency plan and claims other members of the Cabinet have not Given him proper support a see or Romero the mexican minister to the United states has been selected to fill the vacancy on the venezuelan claims Dom Mission. Sex Yov. Gear of Iowa. Member of Congress and senator elect has been stricken with apoplexy. Immediately fatal results Are not feared. A Tariff War with Spain would Cut off the Supply of cuban sugar and Force american refineries to close. See or Gamas denies Secretary Gresham refused to m. Claparede for services on the chilean claims commission until forced to do so. President Cleveland and his Cali not celebrated Christmas quietly. At the White House it was a genuine children s crime. Burglars broke into the Home of Henry Fecker at Piqua Ohio and carried off his savings amounting to $4,750. Charges that chief of police Ehnerd of Escanaba mich., Shields disorderly Bouses have been filed with the City clerk. Farmers and robbers engaged in a desperate fight near Salem Ohio. Two of the former were shot and one of the latter. The Bank at Somonauk 111., was entered by burglars w to robbed the Safe of $8,100 and a Large amount of valuables. The body of Stephen Glass stolen from the cemetery at Greenwood ind. Was found in the dissecting room of Indiana medical College. Mrs. Rietta Pike arrested in Denver cola charged with burglary has made a confession of her guilt Quot Edward r. Carter a clerk in the Nat onal Bank of Commerce of new York confessed to embezzling $50,000. William s. Whitman of Winooski Al shot and killed his wife and two toys and then committed suicide. W. B. Jordan a musical merchandise agent at Clinton Iowa has disappeared. He is said to have embezzled $8,000 or $0,000 William August Lippert. Who left Cape town South Africa in 1800, without notifying his creditors and after forging papers for $500,000, was captured in Cincinnati. Herl of Idelet Henry jell of St Loste and his son Charles have been indicted for bribery by the grand a. Or or casualties. Eighteen persons we re seriously injured in a collision Between Derogar trains at Wax Habte. Texas. A bus font aiming eighteen Roberry a makers was it Mac at a Grade erase ing in Green Bay win All the oct pants were injured four Serif nov. A Pees or irs to a act Ike Anthony Comstock agent for the society for the prevention of vice was accused by a Lexow committee witness of accepting a bribe. Annual meetings of the associated historians of America the american Folk lore society the american society of Church history and the jewish historical society was held in Washington. Six horses and two mules were killed in Philadelphia by coming in Contact with electric Light wires blown Down by the storm. If a caucus can be prevented Republican opponents of senator Washburn of Minnesota Hope to defeat his reelect Ion. Police inspector Williams of new York appeared before the Lexow committee. He explained his real estate deals and denounced those who had testified against him As liars. Annie freeze a 15-year-old girl a abducted from the Home of her grand father near Hicksville Ohio by unknown persons. State teacher s associations of Wisconsin Iowa Michigan Indiana Nebraska South Dakota and Kansas held their annual meetings. A heavy Snow storm raged from Nebraska to the Atlantic coast wednesday. In Chicago at Midnight the ground Vas covered to the depth of four inches. Milwaukee s chamber of Commerce adopted a Rule intended to regulate elevators and the shipment of Grain. Nine captains of the new York police have been subpoenaed to appear before the Lexow committee. The race War in Brooks county Georgia is ended. Troops ordered to the scene found everything quite and returned Home. Wearied of waiting for a Lover who had deserted her years ago on Christmas Day miss Miller of Johnstown pa., ended her life United states commissioner Mcgettrick of so Albans it has ruled that the testimony of chinese in exclusion cases when a impeached must be accepted. Latest Market reports. Chi Cage cattle cob Bob to prime. Hoc a shipping Emden. Ibler fair a Sboto. Whiate no Rad. Co it a no. To. Oats a. A rms a. Hattz by Choice Creamery. Eggs free. Potato a a per a. By Palu or cat Nat. ,. Come a 1 yellow. Oates no. 1 White. Cattle. Hogs. Bazar. Peoria. Rtse a 2.,. Coax no. S while. Oaise a 2 White. A St. Lot7i3, cattle. Hoc. A at be. S ked. Coas a a 2. Oats a Milwaukee. Of Czatt no. 2. Cons Nat. Oats no. T Sliu. 2. By a. Kansas k log $ s 00 Toi 2 25 ?4 �5 its a a a a a a i 4� 6# a a �?�25 a 4 m a 4 6j u let 14 21 u 4 1 a 1 a i a 0 it so 84 s 75 4 10 180 to a u 1 00 4 10 by #�14� 4� a �?�7 47 14 i a 4 75 a 4 0 a i <3 u who �4 7 a m 4�w a Oft 14 a 44 a my met to is Al in 41# 4 a new 2 Beo. A r br4.&Quot ams staked it and lost Fortune risked on the toss of a Penny. His some of a Veters a show a it a the filet regular cereus train and How it a loaded a Mattoon so Are Garden. A a Thore had never been a circus around the late its and so i started one for this pure okie opening at St. To with $1 at the Price of admission. With eight horse j and fifty people i made $30,00 that season and then made up my mind to Branch out. Says w. C. Coup to an Indianapolis senti Pel Man. 1 learn3j that Barnum had eight camels which was a grand aggregation of animals in those Days and 1 wanted to form a Junction with him. A up. T. Barnum had been in the business a Short time in 1853, but had retired on account of the opposition in his family whom is had promised that he would stay out of it i had heard of or. Barnum and went to new York to see him. I approached him upon the Hub Jet of starting th3 largest show that had Over been launched Ani finally succeeded in getting him enthused with the project. We put $150,000 in the outfit which was on Asca Leof grandeur never Hoard of before. I conceived the idea of massing the people in the big towns and travelling by Railroad. The project was not regarded a 4 feasible for some time by or. Barnum but he finally consented to try it and to started. It Walt a Success and the people Kad to the Large towns to see us for 10 Miles around. And i want to say that it was to the circus that to a great extent the big towns were developed As rapidly As they were. People came from the country became infatuated and refused to go Back to Tho dreary Monotony of country life. A we used common Flat cars Ani then wanted a regular circus train cars fitted out to Load the wagons easily. I ordered John l. Gill of Columbus Ohio to build me a train after my own designs and the next season we started out in Good shape. The first time a show was Ever loaded on a Railroad train in thi9 country was at new Brunswick n. J., and 10,000 stood around for two Days to Sec the great feat accomplished. It was a big undertaking in those Days. A we had first two rings with the show in Barnum a name. I was the manager. Barnum and i wore together for six years and then i again went out of the circus business. A in 1873 i built the first Madison Square Garden in new York and when it was opened i gave the a Congress of nations for which the costumes Cost me $40,000 and in which we used 1,500 people with Chariot races and All the roman games. I ran this for four years and then conceived the idea of building an aquarium. I went to Europe and studied with this in View and upon my return went into partnership with Henry Reichs. Who imported every animal shown in this country until a few years ago and who has made millions out of Tho business. A we put $500,000 into the aquarium and the Coney Island place and brought the first White whale to this country. Upon the opening of the great aquarium we gave a grand banquet which was attended by such men As Agassiz Huxley and other noted scientists and the menu consisted of fish from every body of water on the Globe. For that i was elected an honorary member of the United states fish commission which membership i still hold. A the aquarium was a great Success and then came the subject of opening it on sunday which raised a bitter fight among the clergy of the City. Reiche wanted i open on sunday and i opposed it. We could t agree and one Day 1 said to him that one of us ought to quit. He thought so too. As we agree and ask 3d How we could Settle it. I said a let s flip a Penny the one who wins gets the whole thing and the other gets out a i had every Dollar i bad in the world invested in the aquarium and so had he. It meant poverty to one. He turned a Little Pale thought a moment and then said a All right a i took a Copper cent from my pocket told him to Call it while in the air and the first toss would decide it. �?o1 tossed it up and he called a Heads it fell and spun around and around for a moment while we stooped Over it. There wore just $600,000 at stake. It was a moment of anxiety. There was not a witness present but we knew each other and there was no need of a witness. A finally the Penny began settling and i saw that i had lost. The head was on top. Before it had ceased its settling i picked it up. Told Reiche he had won and walked out. Here is the be Iny. I have carried it with me Ever since. A i was penniless and stayed around new York for several months in an aimless Way when one Day a Man came along with some educated horses. I borrowed some Money bought them and started out. I had made a coach that Cost me $5,00went to Washington with the show and called upon or. Hayes and he attended the show. 1 made Money with the horses and two years later had $750,000 scraped together. I then put $500,-000 in coup 8 great shoe which was the finest show property e e f collected together. I got my anti apis from All parts of the world and offered Barnum $50,000 a year to manage the show which he refused. I went to Texas with the show lost $50,000 there one season and then came my wreck at Cairo iu., on the Wabash. Eighty horses were killed Twenty people were crushed and burned to death and two trains a burned. It was a Complete wreck caused by the carelessness of the rail Road company. I got together what was left of the fragment and went to Detroit. There the m pfc anti Rogerod to be $50,000 and Start me out but i refused. Later attachm3dts a june pm the Heel Otey re horses and the Little that was i it of my property was sold. A i sned the Wabash for $5004 00, got gym i for $14.900, by $9r sol so subs a t11� currency plan. Re fused and will never go Bank. My family Are opposed to it and they Are All i have Toft. Eastern arms. Tit Peete x Keady to cot m i Hoof. Almost Ever Job 3 in Hyderabad is armed to the Teeth and the Spears sabers daggers and pistols which gleam amid the White and Crimson Robes or bristle in Sash and turban convert the entire City into a formidable armory. Bazaars filled Quot with deadly weapons brighten dim Alley and mouldering arcades with the polished steel and burnished brass of s Hundred unfamiliar native instruments of attack and defense. Sheaves of tender persian rapiers Are held in place by the Sharp Sickles of murderous double edged Sci miters and swords with watered Blades of fabulous value Fence off a jagged Heap of pointed a is erotic Quot and crooked a Strong handle of twisted Camel sinew guides the yielding Blade of the Subtle a a Arabia a narrowing to a vicious looking Hook and the turbaned armorer leaves his Anvil to show us the Needle Liko a a Karol a minute enough to be concealed in tha Palm of the hand and used by distraught lovers to inflict the wounds provoked by jealousy or disappointment. Spiky a Marus Quot of sharpened Black Buckthorn and piercing Blades known As a a Bichias a or a scorpions Quot fill a Brazen tray and a bundle of elephant goals inlaid with Ebony and Silver Leani against a stick of shining Spear. Daggers curved and straight rough and smooth curved and pointed show endless possibilities of inflicting every degree of punishment from a death blow to a scratch from the severing of an artery to a puncture deep and bad Lar but Small enough to defy detection. The Muslin turbans of the passing multitudes Are thickly set with inlaid daggers and glittering Blades. The merchant who smokes his rare ilex among Green and purple Bales of costly embroidery carries a Sharp stiletto behind his ear and pricks off a list of goods with his War like instrument. A haughty looking Noble on a richly Capar ironed elephant examines the temper of a huge sword which he draws from a jewelled scabbard As he rides on his Way according to All the year round and a Money Lender thinking the heavy native rupees into a Silver bowl looks up a curtained palanquin darkens his doorway and offers the Callera parch ment scroll on the Shaft of a Long knife without rising from his seat. That the Reven be. A i know Quot said mrs. Reboin there is a burglar in the House a a How do you know a a i heard a rasping noise in Kitchen just a Well we u let him alone. Maybe he s working out his own destruction. It sounds to me As if he were cutting himself a slice of that thirty Odd and Ordinary. In Canton China 500,000 lire in houseboats. Tank cars a now being used for the transportation of wine in bulk by the Paris Lyons Mediterranean Railroad in France Pakh Oiin China exports Over 100,00c dried lizards valued at $2 500 yearly they Are used for making a Lizard wine Quot a Medicine used for Eye troubles. A new York Man weighing Ore 300 pounds and measuring six feet in height had a fight with a German Dwarf recently who is but inches in height half a Pound of dried currants in lieu of Oats is said to be fed to the Sultan s horses in Egypt and this is claimed to be the secret of the animals great endurance. A Colusa cal., school teacher sent s Pupil who had misbehaved to get a switch. On returning she gave him a severe beating and has since been quite ill for the switch had been Cut from a Poison Oak Bush. Glass houses on wheels Are now employed by horticulturists for forcing Planas. The structures run on fixed rails and May thus be easily moved from place to place to Points where it May be desirable to protect vegetation or to Force its growth. Amusing fancies. Ethel ambitious what would you do if you had a voice like mine Mand spitefully id try to put up with it prospective purchaser what minerals Are there in this Spring owners plenty of Gold and Silver if you advertise it properly. Little boy got the earache Little girls a a then Why you got All that Cotton in your ears Quot a live been Helpin tend the a have you made any special preparations for the whist party to night Quot mrs. Singleton yes in be picked no several new bits of gossip. Coral that mrs. Wabash has lost three husbands already. Clarissa that s just like her. Why do you know at school she was just As careless she could t keep anything. A ooh papa see these Lovely opals i done to believe opals Are unlucky do you a a it will be very unlucky for you if you take a fancy to a High priced one Ethylinda. You won t get it Quot a a what a the reason neighbor that Yon drink such a Quantity of Beer from the City brewery Quot a Why you see i Hare just bought some Stock in the brewery and i want to increase the first tramp that Farmer drug is a off. Lets Burn Down his barn. Second tramp a All right got any matches a Well Tbs Farmer is Ever on the other aide o the House. Go ask him fer a looking at Hie watch a ten o clock. She it surprised ten that a my bed time. I m sorry hut ill have to Jeave you. Don t hurry if you done to wish. My be a Refl to close a. Uhn Ohff to to a. M. Springer of Illinois gives his views. The cd Ulm which the Carlisle Bui free epee Felly Kph hts held of Gem loot tear tory Lergen Moore a suit. Washington dec. Springer gave to an associated Presa reporter the following summary intended As a popular explanation of the currency Bill of modified by the late Carlisle amendments a in the first place Quot said or. Springer a the Carlisle Bill proposes a Radical change in the manner of securing the banknote circulation. The rapid payment of the Public debt the limited number of Bonds now outstanding and the further fact that Many of them Are held in Trust capacities in t his country and As permanent investments by persons residing abroad have rendered the kind of Security now required impracticable. The Carlisle Bill proposes for the Security of the circulating notes of the National Banks instead of unteed states Bonds a guaranty fund consisting of Legal tender notes or currency certificates to the amount of 30 per cent of Tuc circulation applied for also a safety fund to be raised by a tax of one half of 1 per cent per annul upon the circulating notes until it reaches 5 per cent of the whole circulation and Asa further Security a first Lien upon All the assets of the Bank and upon the amount which May be realized Lur the double liability feature of the National banking Law. A the guaranty fund of 30 f or centum the assets of the Bank and the personal talk platform. A i mlle to cafe Renee Dueane Many Frog St. Louts mo., dec. 09.�?the open ing session of the National coi Smitle of the people s party occurred yes Ter Day at the Lindell with 200 person present. Except the appointment of i committee on credentials no business was done at the morning session. At the afternoon session the National executive committee having retired Ftp the purpose of consultation tile conference proceeded after naming a committee on order of business informally to listen to addresses by j. S. Coxey upon his non interest bearing bom plan delegates Howard Manning an it Adams upon the recent election in Alabama and others upon the Genera purposes of the conference. Delegate Adams in his closing sentences created considerable excitement by saying though the populists of Alabama were Long suffering in their refusal to resort to revolution but patience might soon cease to be a virtue they would not stand by much longer and see their rights taken away. Gen. G. Weaver was made temporary presiding officer of the Confer enee with w. Vincent of Kansas and Milton Park of Texas As Secretary and assistant Secretary. By Alabama Delegate Adam introduced a Resolution requesting the United states Senate to adopt senator a. V. Allen s Resolution of dec. 19, Foi the appointment of a committee to As certain whether Alabama s people Art living under a Republican form of government. Rules suspended and the Resolution adopted unanimously. Illinois spokesman or. Lloyd of Chicago in addition Toan insist acc upon the principles of the Omaha platform presented resolutions adopted by the Populis t City Central committee of a Noble e1uht. An eminent Southern lawyer s Long conflict with disease. A Twenty five Yean of pm pretty. A finer a and croat Victory woe by Seledee Over a stub Bora give me 525.000. John pow re liability of the stockholders can Only go to the payment of the circulating notes of the Bank which issues them but the 5 percent guaranty fund raised by a tax upon All the circulation of the country is a common fund out of which the notes of any failed Bank May be paid if the guaranty fond the assets and personal liabilities of the stockholders Are not sufficient. Thus on a circulation of $200,000,000 the present National Bank circulation the safety fund would amount to $10,000, and this whole fund could be drawn upon to the notes of any Bank that failed. Go a a a t Mem 1 William m. Springer. This Security is considered ample by the safest financiers and Bankers of the country. A the currency Bill As amended does not compel National Banks to enter the new system. They May continue under the old Law but it is thought that banking officials will soon Sec the of the new plan and adopt it demurrer in mookk8 suit. Officials belter the income to injunction will not stand. Washington dec. 29.�?assistant attorney general Whitney has filed in the District supreme court a demurrer to the complaint of John g. Moore against commissioner Miller of the internal Revenue Bureau in which he asks for an injunction restraining the latter from collecting the income tax authorised by the new Tariff. The demurrer is Brief and general in its terms letting Forth the complainant has not made such n Case As entitles him in a court of cd nifty to the Relief sought at the request of or. Whitney the Case is set for hearing Jan. 8, the Case is attracting Little attention among government officials most of whom express the opinion the complainant has absolutely no Case. A somewhat similar attempt was made by the state of Mississippi in 1867 to enjoin president Johnson from executing the. Reconstruction acts but the supreme count held a court could not interfere in this Way to prevent the execution of acts claimed to be unconstitutional. _ huge yield of Gold. Ont of 194 will 6mrp�i� All fre it oui record. Dee worlds Gold product for the present Calendar year will surpass that of any other year a the history of the world. The production of hut year exceeded that of 11 previous years and wan reported by the mint Bureau at �?�135.321,000. The prod notion for 1894 seems Likely in be not teas than $175,000,000, or a gain of a Early $20,000,000 Over the Figura of 189ft. The principal gains Havo in the Chicago denouncing the re ent imprisonment of e. V. Debs awl others in Chicago As an invasion of the right of trial by jury also a series of resolutions prepared by 1 Lyman Trumbull of Chicago denouncing the use of regular troops in the Chicago labor disturbances last summer As a military invasion declaring the use of regular troops a forcing of free men to oppress others in behalf of monopoly denouncing the Issue of interest bearing Bonds in time of peace demanding the free coinage of Silver at the ratio of 18 to 1, and insisting that monopolies bearing upon Public rights should be owned and operated by the government. At the conclusion of the session j. C. Manning of Alabama announced that he had upon advice issued a Call for a meeting for the ballot reformers of the South at Mew Orleans Jan. 18 and 19 to perfect a permanent organization and plan of work. The session continues this morning. A give me $25,000.�?� Quot and til Bay two thirds of Tho Chi re Ifo City i subject of illustration 1 Alderman John Powers of Chicago has been caught in the vortex of the Reform wave which is sweeping Over the country this Winter. His doings As Alderman of the nineteenth Ward Chicago reflect the temptations which either beset or arc courted by the average Alderman. When he entered the Council three years ago he was Worth about $1,000. Now he is Worth $5 j0,000. A Chicago Herald reporter claims to have developed the source of the Alderman s sudden a can the. An anti cigarette ordinance recently pending in the Council promised to work destruction to Tho business of the american tobacco company of new York. The company sent on on Mccoul to see what could a done. The Herald reporter met Pecoul on his arrival and followed him to his hotel where he he had an appointment with Amer san Powers who was to act As spokesman of the Council. The reporter secreted himself in an adjoining room in the hotel where he could hear the conversation. Powers contended that he could defeat the ordinance for $25,000 Cash although fifty five of the misty eight aldermen of the Council were then against it a give see $35,000,�?� said Poe Era and Iii turn that Zoriff against you to one for you. The next Day the3$$$6oi& is printed in the Herald verbatim a Coul Lias not been seen since stand his ground. The will indict him but this a says in reply to All the charges Leman Yons Are going Gin a look Kout fer we re loaded Quot from the Atlanta Gay a Constitution Foremost among the Best known lawyers and Farmers of North Carolina stands cot Isaac a. Sugg of Greenville. Or. Sugg a resided in Greenville Twenty two years. While nearly every one in Pitt county a nows or history perhaps All do not a now of his return to business again alter in fitness of sixteen years. No Man Bee Fame through More than be and lived. It was a Case of the a entire breaking Down of the nervous system attended by exc neat tag agonizing upend arable pain. Opiates and stimulants Only quieted temporarily and All treatments failed him. Only his love of family and friends use vented suicide. He told a reporter the following interesting Story a i kept at my work As Long As i could but nature gave Way at last and i succumbed to the inevitable. My entire nervous system had been shattered by the stimulants and opiates i had taken my blood had actually turned to water my Weiss it had Dropik de from 175 pounds to 123 i and it seemed to everybody that the end was in sight. Why 1 could not Bear the gentle Handoff my wife to Bathe my limbs with Tepi 1 water. I was aim ply living from hour to hour. I had made my will settled my business and waited for the last strand of life to snap. A it was at this time that a somewhat similar Case As my own was brought to my notice. This Man had suffered very much As i had his life had been despaired of As mine had. And yet he had been cured. Think what that Little word meant to me cured. The report stated that the work had been accomplished by a Medicine known As or. Williams Pink pills for Pale people. I investigated the report thoroughly and found that it was True in detail. Then i procured some of or. Williams Pink pills and began taking them and began to get better. I began to sleep like a healthful child so Ujj Calm and peaceful. My appetite came Back and my nerve were soothed an 1 restored to their Normal condition and i text like a new Man. Bat the greatest Blessing was Tho mental improve meet. I be an to read and digest to form late new plans to take an interest in my Law practice which began to come Backaus. Me As soon As my clients realized to Haft was again myself after a lapse of ten years i ride horseback every Day without fatigue. A that or. Williams Pink pills saved my life is beyond doubt and 1 am spreading their praises far and inquiry about the town of Greenville substantiated the above facts of col. Sugg s Case and that Many others a being benefited by or. Williams Pink polls. Or. Williams Pink pills Are fer sate by All druggists or May he had by mail amp of or. Win isms medi me Schenectady n. Y., for so or six boxes for fbj9. Allied Wutte play lag la Ritan. The 11-year-old son of Joe Smith of Cal a Grove Ohio while playing Indian with a Shotgun Ahot and blew the entire head off his Little 5-year-old sister. The girl while nursing her a months old brother noticed her elder brother advancing toward her with gun cocked and car aimed a Chantey drop that gun Quot whereupon the boy dropped the gun the trigger striking a chair and a charging the Load tearing the girls head horribly. Some of the shot grazed the Little baby a head which will recover by the girl died instant Fajg the was near by when the horrible act occurred. �?�100 Reward Ciao. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has bees Able to Core in All its etagere and that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease req Airee a constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease Aud giving the a path eat strength by building no the Constitution and assisting nature in going its work. The proprietors have so much Faith is its curative Powers that they Ofle one Hundred dollars for any Case that it Falls to Caro. Nials. A y a fl.,Toledo, o j be. Irmaa of b we Job faring her Back. Teachers Johnny have you your knife with you Johnny yes a. A then i wish you would Sharpen my Pence for a please i d rather m a Why a a cause while i was Sha a Penn it 1---- might drop the knife on the floor and then you d give me a bad Naik for Makin a going to California the Burlington route is the Only railway running a person aug conducted excursions via Denver to Colon Rado Springs Salt Lake Ogden Mentz san Francisco 8 ced Fresno bake Angeles at the lowest1 tourist sleeping car change. Leave Chicago write or Call on t. Manager 211 Cla Likely Friend i not around your Fin handkerchief too. Old lady a my Finger is to a knot in my knot in the ban myth fat the Ber a often on m Cost Culk Bob awake. Mrs. Menn Rye sure 1 Hov called on Yore Wolfa a Down Toms to see the of Tom few Fey and Ivery Tolmo the Little Felly has been aah ape. Or. O Finnigan grimly a Call amp War i foil tics in Nebraska. Lincolm neb., dec. 39.�?tuesday, Jan. 1, at noon the Twenty fourth session of the Nebraska legislature will meet at the Cape Tol in this City. Jan. 15 the two houses will ballot for a sult Messor to senator Manderson and it is thought John m. Thurston will be elected on the first ballot. His friends claim they have pledged in writing eighty one of the ninety five republicans and his Eide Kim u Only the question of a ballot. Night about 2 o clock in the Jnora free speech i of teachers one of the rights of americans is Frejeff Fifon you know wham hot Lloyd yeas in Radom we Mem Yeh like to any on Yon can Ball a $ we a find a United states the Mas ten of South Africa. A a or Russia. Imlah f the prominent escape to broach Tho car Wlad Awe. Or. Joseph. To. Dee. I a car pm the St. Joseph and k and railway burned a a a. The fire via caused Plo Adon of an Oil stove

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