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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 6, 1889, South Haven, MichiganYol. Xxii to 14 South Haveit mich., april s 1839. Isto. 46. Frik Heathen too Are Liberal. A now Buddhist Temple lobe erected at Kioto w ill Cost $8,000, xxx a . Is now carried Between new Ork City and a an Francisco in one Hundred and thirteen hours. Epitome the week interesting Neww cd Impila ton. Congressional a the Rush into Washington territory is so great that it a been found necessary to erect temporary houses for immigrants. There Are 17,107 newspapers in the l Niton states and Vhada and there Are perhaps 1,017,107 gifted men who could take right hold those papers and show the misguided editors Thero How r newspaper ought really to be conducted. One i r. Tere in England claims to cure rheumatism by the sting bees a still More potent remedy perhaps would a to the Bito rattlesnakes which is a sure cure for any ill that Llesh is heir to if the patient lets whisky alone. V. R Senate in special session. Fuyat March 29.�?-ths following Nome. I rations were sent to the Cen ate it a pred it deut Harrison Hebert Adamsjr. Of Pennsylvania minister to Brazil Lansing b. A Elrener California minister to the Central american states William l Sniggs Georgia minister to v Meme la w ilium q. I Bradley Kentucky minister to corp a George a. Shoup. Of Idaho to be governor Idaho Chandler Kansas to be first assistant Secretary the Interior. The nomination mural Halstead As minister to Berlin was discussed but no action a was take a. Saturday March among the Nomona Thi a Cash Levi friends occurred at the poorhouse in Paris ky., the 1st. At the amp be one Hundred and one years. He was a Veteran the War 1812. In March the sales Leaf tobacco at Danville ya., were 8,016,450 kit gods Tut increase 500,009 Poutu Var March last the cd Dewitt c. Cregier dem. Was elected mayor Chicago Over John a Ito he the Republican nominee. The legislature Tennessee the 2d passed a Bill providing for the australian system vote nor. A registrar Ion Bill which applies a every City and Village in the state was also passed. St. Louis democrats elected e. A. Noonan mayor the 2d. But the re publicans gained j control the City government except its a municipal by re. 1 s portions Dakota a heavy Enow storm prevailed the 2d. A it is too True. ,. A a. G. A a general railway passenger agents at a y Uiva a Quot a a a he in Cincinnati de Rison Wilre the following j. Abbott footed a m new Hampshire to lie minister to the re Tare motion to abolish second class Geo Kos Dunn convicted no new Orleans killing James Weir has cd anti itch a new trial because the. A after the Case was Given into their hands drank whisky and played cards for several hours before agree bag a verdict a a pigs. Hin it , Morristown x. J., is eighty six years old and the other Day she witnessed a theatrical performance for the first Lime in her l j he Piny was 1 he old Home Freud a and amp he v a is amazed that appeared a so every i hmm teen Miles from c Cheyenne by. I., is a it hat is said to be the largest i orc farm in the world. Thebe Are one Hundred and Twenty thousand acres land where roam five thousand horses which require the constant attention sixty five men. One Hundred Miles wire Fenc the animals in Bounds. Keep if you inh to see the elephant and Leal him to water Yoti can join the a id seekers now tru icing for Southern i Alifornia. 1/ Gold Shiu Iid Tutti out p plentiful about one Antn in ten will to Bice enough to pay his inv Back Home a year two hence Alwa a it Jve % being in grave Jbf it x the Chance How it away in seme Lone time. With Laid that Public Colombia Edward h. Terrill Texas to be minister to Belgium. At Bug the ministerial nomination were the following Robert t a Ancoin. England John Hick?., to Peru George b. Luring to Portugal Allan Thorndyke if ice Russia to Lions Ryan to Mexico Egan to Chiff the nomination Murat Halstead As minister the Germany was finally rejected by a vote 25 to 19. Monday april 1 a among Trio nominations sent to the Senate by president Harri the 1st were the following James a Huston Indiana to be treasurer a the United states Ellis ii Robert. Of new York to b�5 assistant treasurer at new York Miliara i. Ali twos Massachusetts to be assistant Beer tary state George h. A Lelus Massomi. be assistant attorney general l Bradford Prince Santa be to be governor new Mexico tuesday api 2.�?president Harrison sent to the Senate the name Robert j. Fisher Chirac Toto it it lie assistant latent. A Large number nominations previously made were confirmed. After Tho presentation two memorials one in a special privileges in regard to Public office for h Moraby discharged cult a soldiers and the other against to atm in intoxicating liquors resolutions were adopted expressing sorrow at Tho death John Bright the English sent Unaa the p Al re six Lei t announce a a licit lie would jelled to vacate the chair for the Reitmi the see Sam and senator Iii gals chosen president pro Tern. At 3 4 the Senate adjourned in Dir. At halt1 More the Cater dredging so Aren Dolored the 2d about Fikiuo million bushels oysters were received there during the season. A Prairie fire did great damage thello 1 a Nettir Ita pid City p. T., and a Young lady Patrick was burned to death. I i the 2d a ticket composed entirely j ladies was placed in the Field at Cottonwood ills kan., by the a a bump element the town aft an insult to to Bose who were leaders in Good work. The better claw citizens at once voted for them and the result was that mrs. Minnie d. Morgan was elected mayor and a full Board aldermen composed the most prominent ladies in the town will Aid her in administering a fairs. A fifi Tiftik fir swept away the Village i a built pleasant m. T., the 2d. Over one i Hundred families were made homeless and utterly destitute. H John a what n pc c n 11odd i remains a appointed invent from i Home Sei t been found in a cd Ain in Maryland. Lock so Hai Stras it in bul it i Cal Success to repaired to the Cave himself. Model a Dis it disappeared trs ago have Hoar s mount invented a r to that to be a Finan it is supposed that and Poison a 1 1 Quot i key. De Witt a Talmage has i fimple and easy plan for converting the world to christianity. It is for each Iiri Stian to secure one convert and each one the converted to it up the same. He calculates that if this is done every year fora decade the 1.-400,000,000 people the Earth could be brought into the Christian fold and that Tho c Ose this Century will Ness the Dawn the millennium. A tar it will require fifty thousand men to make up the census Rolls next year. 2 his will give a Chanca to Many a amp a Manly gentlemen who failed to become foreign ministers consuls. After , ii will be just As interesting and profitable to take the number cattle Lipon our Hills and hogs in our numberless valleys As to suffer banishment to some foreign land upon a stipend Only sufficient to pay for Board and washing. _ at the beginning this year there were �8,111 Post offices in the United states. Of the 97 were the first class 1,497 the second and l$38 the third making an aggregate 2,-lh-j presidential Post offices so styled because the postmasters Are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate. The salary ranges from f 1,000 to $4d 00 per annul except in the following eases new York f8,000 Washington a too Chicago fc.000 a Baltimore. Cincinnati f6,000 Philadelphia c�.00 i m. Louis $0,000 Iran Francisco .�,oq0. I he remainder numbering Job a Are known As fourth class offices. From Washington. There were 240 business failures in the i after it Artos during the seven Days ended the 29th ult a a inst 249 the previous pvt a Days. 1 ii president the 29th ult. Appointed j Oti i Bumphrey 1 in a a trod 3l Walls a Arkansas Salt Lex governor i George d. Robinson m Sac huletts a j com Tillision to treat with Tho cite Rockef and other indians with relation to the eating the Oklahoma country. At Twenty six leading Clearing Bosses in the i n Ted states the exchanges do big Tho we k a Rul d pm the Isth ult. Rygr Atee s against #1,015,989,076. The previous week. As a compared with the Cor pest ending week 188 Ile a cease Imi Pontod to 2 1.8. Pm Cenith major Ifilio Custer Inas Kier notoriety occurred in Washington the Iloth ult Caus . The Public debt statement issued the 1st showed the total debt to be ,<575,2118. Mgt Cash in Treasury <1,396 debt Jess Cash in Treasury >1,114,683,662. Decrease during March $l3,�05, ii decrease since june 32, lss8, $50,9jo,994. In the i United states the visible Rupply j Grain the 1st was 20,439,231 Budi Els wheat a decrease 799,581 bushels since i last re Rort and 16,831,835 bushels Corn a decrease 219,638 bushels. During March the total Amoun. Of coinage the in United Stales in intr was $4,598.40 it. department was the 2d offi Cia by formed that sir Tullan , the ii a British minister to the United state would sail a new York april 13. On.%1�� eating the 3d president Harrison give a spec Ini reception in hour Prince and Princess take baits Japan. The East. At booming Bursh n. Y., a fire destroyed the Larn 4nd outbuildings the farm n. C. Horton wit i contents including four horses and if Jawo head cattle new foreign intelligence. President do a Mexico a Aid the ult that the dispatch about the null aged error in Trio Boundary line Between the United Sute and lower Alifornia was a a canard unworthy a clo Gorey Ireland thirteen tenants were evicted from their holding the 2bth ugh and after the tenants had been driven from the houses twelve the buildings were the agent the 29th ult. The French Cabinet decided by a unanimous vote its members to prosecute general Boula mryr. Advices the 29th ult. From Samoa say that Tho american men War Trent ii Vandalia and Lipsio. And the German men War Adler Olga and were driven a reef during a violent storm and totally wrecked the american Crews four officers and forty six men were drowned and the German Crews nine officers and eighty seven men lost their lives. Samoa advices tie 30th ult. Confirm the report the loss the american ships War Vandalia. Nipsie and Trenton and the German naval vessels Eber Adler and Olga in a recent Hurricane. The Vandalia lost four officers and to arty nine men and the nip sic lost seven men. All Board the Trenton were saved ninety six German officers and sailors were drowned the Eiffel Tower in Raris which will be one the principal feat res the Exposi Titi in that City was opened officially the fit Thule it is the tallest Structure in i the City Mexico Board health having declared american lard to be Adul Teri cd the mexican govern Tiemit the i ult. Announced that the Entrance that product into the country would be pro a habited j off Dunkirk Belgium a collision occurred the Suth ulu Between tie steam it countess Flanders and the belgian mail boat Henrietta. The Captain first lieutenant nine sailors and three passengers the former vessel were drowned Prim e Jerome Bonaparte was among the rescued the 1st the Cruiser sgt Erber and the Corvet Alexandrine left Berlin for Samoa to replace the German War ships recently wrecked at Apia. Is Berlin the 1st Prince Bismarck celebrated the seventy fourth anniversary his birthday. A a letter from Henry m. Stanley dated september 4, Lam reached a Friend the explorer in Edinburgh the 1st he was Well at that time. Confirmation the reported wrecking in samoan Waters during a Hurricane american and Gurman War lives 16 the number 146 Rostz meager details the terrible storm a Queen victorians sympathy. Washington april 1.�?the Navy department has received a dispatch from Admiral Kimberley confirming the report the disaster at Apia Phe Trenton and Vandalia Are a total loss. The nip sic la bit the Beach and May be saved. Two the German vessels Are a total Losa Admiral Kimberley dispatch is is follows. .30, Jujj a St Reary the Xavy Ivule Hittola amp a Hurricane i at Pia 15. I Admiral Kim Harley. Every vessel in Harbor a Shore except English Man War Calliope which got . Trenton and Vandalia total Ossei. Nipsie beaches rudder Goinie. May be saved. Chances against it Vili Send her to Auckland d possible. A a Vandalia lost four officers and thirty nine men namely Captain Schoonmaker paymaster arms lieutenant marines Sutton pay clerk Fehn Roach hell Baker Frank Joics to forge Jordan m. H. Joseph Lola Kelly. Thomas Kelly n. Kinsella w. Brisbane w 11-Jam brow quartermaster m Chae Cashen m. Crag a b. F. Davs t , m. Ericson s. C. Goring Adolph Goldner. George Gorman u. B. Green Joseph Griffin e. M. Ilum eur John a Lanchett c. H. Hawkins. A. P. Kruter it Cran . I. Orangemen in mass meeting at Ottawa Yie chants Newyl Ork organized the opt the 2d resolved to form a protest Spanish american commercial Union ant a eague in every municipality in the do the 29th ult Tho object being to promote minion. Trade Between the i United states and South j Walter Pierce convicted indecent As America. A Ault a girl 6ix years age received at in my Island Ity n. �?�y., an acre Twenty lashes the 2d at Milton ont business buildings was burned the 30th the sittings the Parnell commission were resumed in London the 2d. Sir far los Russell opened the Case for the Par Nell Tea f at the opening Tho mexican Congress onthe2d in the City Mexico the president in his message said that Mexico a relation with the United states were excellent a it a Turk nuked household is that the Ameer Afghanistan. has lure Lafal wives. Number Ope is a grand Niece his Grandfather. Number two is notable chiefly for her weight three four Hundred pounds. Number three used to be handmaid to number 1 to and is the Mother the designated heir to Tho throne. Number four is a daughter the Dost she is Queen Tho harem and rules her husband in Domestic affairs. Number five s biography is yet written1. M the Jufith ult the new Public Library at Braddock a. Built by Andrew can Gie the Iron and steel manufacturer it a cd a St $109,060 was formally presented to the Citize it a that place. The report the 1st from a new York mercantile Agency for the first Quarter l�?~9 showed the number business failures to be v>j1. Against 2.94 for the corresponding period in 1s8s. The liabilities were $42,78000, against $38,,c00 for 1888. On the 1st a locomotive american manufacture hauled the Buffalo Day express the entire distance from Jersey City to Buffalo �23mllea this was the greatest run Ever made by one in Rine. On the 1st the new York Mahoning a Western Railroad and the Indiana a Missouri Valley Road were consolidated under the Nanie the american Midland. Later. In the Chicago times says a Many women in be society smoke cigarettes and that too in no moderate degree. I Cep through the Portieles Many a pretty boudoir a Rainy Day and a pleasant Little coterie Young matrons and perhaps Maidens will be disclosed like so Many Liebes in a in Inion log. They Are chatting and laughing merrily Between puffs the perfumed Weed. They Ai a trying to be Jolly at the sex Pine Throat lungs and liver. Nooning cigarettes is a common custom among actresses. A j i u in to years ago in Punxsutawney a John r i teed and miss m. A. 1 n ibo son were engaged to be mar Rich but for some reason parted. Heed wont West travelled through California finally settled in Llaves w. T., and Maried. Miss Thomp son a Arris a . Brewer. They heard nothing each other for More than Twenty five years. Both have frown tip children. Brewer died last year and mrs. Reed also. Accidentally heed and mrs. Brewer Learned these facts opened correspondence and they were married recently. &Quot&Quot"a11 .i1 b g wests Bessm California s Grosu Tural resource Are being Devey oped at a tremendous rate fix Hundred thou and fruit Trees have been p an Tod in san Diego mity this get top. And similar activity pro. Rail in Otic sections the Static. West and South. Tee death a prof. O. Marietta o., a distinguished mathematician and astronomer occurred the 2t�th ult pneumonia a at Danville. ., Jed Pritchett coloured was hanged the 29th ult for an assault upon a Little White girl the prisoner fought like a Tiger and refused to stand the trap. The trap was finally sprung and Ritchott was pushed off the scaffold to his doom. The services four deputies were required to execute him. Us the 31 to ult u terrible Gale swept Over and Many houses in Cincinnati Dayton and other town were a roofed. No person was Hurt the 31st ult a Small Frame building in Milwaukee occupied by Margaret finns Law and her three children aged Sevy a four and two years respectively was burned and four the inmates perished in the flame at Lowell la., great excitement prevailed the 1st Over the discovery Gold prof. Barnard the lick Observatory at san Francisco discovered a new Comet the 1st Max families in the Canadian counties Perth Huron and Oxford had the 1st left for the United states and Mahy More were preparing to follow them. On the 1 St Monroe Lasa Ter and his wife Amanda Jackson mo., were arrested for the murder their fourteen months old Chili. Lasater recently went crazy and claimed he had been commanded ii god to peach. He made his wife strangle the child and then nailed it to a Cross c aiming that it would be resurrected in three Days. On Titie 1st John Boyle with Bis wife and six children attempted to Ford grand Creek at Clifton mo., but in the Middle the Stream the Wagon was overturned and four the children were drowned Bovle saved i wife and two children at the site election in Michigan the 1st for supreme judge and regents the University the republicans elected their ticket c. B. Grant being chosen to the judgeship by about 20,090 plurality. A constitutional amendment increasing the governor a salary from $1,090 to $4,out� was carried twelve Hundred carpenters in 8t Louis a track the 1st for an eight hour Day and forty cents an hour. Johnson celebrated his one Hundredth birthday the 1st at Alliance He had never been sick and was always an ardent Temperance advocate. Advices the 3d say that thirty persons m the Island Tonga in the South in a a iffy perished in the same Hurricane that destroyed Tjie american and German fleets at Apia. Samoa. A fire the 3d among business buildings in South canal Street. Chicago did damage to the extent $260,009. The whole country around Blunt d. T., was being devastated by Prairie fires the 3d Farmer had lost five Hundred sheep cattle and hogs and Many Farmers were homeless. burglars blew open the a afo the first National Bank at Plymouth o., in the 3d, but got Tonly $1,000 for their trouble. An entire Block fourteen buildings at Nelson neb., was burned the 3d, causing a loss $50.000. Reports the 3 1 from Des mollies la., were to the effect that the City was infest no with fire bugs who made life a Burden to the fire and police departments. Leola the county seat Mcpherson county d. 11, was completely destroyed by a Prairie fire the Al advices the 3d from Massowd a say that King John Abyssinia was defeat Edmnd slain in a recent Battle and that the whole a a entry was in a state anarchy. A wind Otoum passed Ovcar Touti Chipley flan the 3d, car Fig up Trees demolishing chimneys and completely destroying the method Jet Church and other buildings. One Man was killed. John Deturner and Thomas Datson Auburn w. ., fought and Kilius each other with axes the 3d. The trial the leaders the league Patio pcs was resumed at Paris t3e 3d. General Boulanger had fled to Belgium where he proposed to remain until he ills covered what the government intended to do in his Case. The lumber District the City Hannibal mo., was totally destroyed by fire the 3d. The House Abner Bascomb at Marietta ga., was burned the 3d, and Bascoms Young son Aud two Giris were cremated. Edwin Booth the famous tragedian was stricken with paralysis at Rochester n. Y., the 3d, and it was feared by his professional associates that the world renowned actor had played for the last time. An attempt was made at Louisville o., the 3d to wreck an express train the fort Wayne amp Chicago Railroad. W. O. Bradley Kentucky the 8d refused the Corean Mission to which he was nominated by the president saying that ids business interests a bund not permit him to exile himself to such a Distant land. forty houses were in roofed at Baltimore md., the 3d by a wind storm and $12,0hu.damge done to other property. The american meat company with a capital $2,990,000, was incorporated Al Philadelphia the 3d the company would run its own ranches slaughterhouses etc., and had acquired Klu amp by pro verties in Indian territory new Menlo and Texas. Howat4. Less main George me rage. Aylmer Montgomery the Bun Riley h. P. St Illman. C. G. Stanford John s c. H. Wells John m Ilford Henry Vii Ter a kor a peek Pendant Trechok. A the nip sic lost seven men namely George w. Callan. John Gill Josub Heah Thomas Johnson Dav no Kelleh Cri i Lenny pouts cil William Watson. A fall saved from the Trenton. Trenton and Vandalia Crews urn a few if sick so a Hoard. All stores possible German ships Adler and Olga total losses. Olga beached May be saved. Go Rutan losses n Nety s x. A important to 6end 300 men Home at once. Shall i charter Steamer can charter in Auckland. Lieutenant Wilson w 11 remain in Auckland to obey your orders. Fuller accounts a Madko Berdey. A Kimberley authorized to act. Wash Egton april full being dispatch has Licon Cut to lieutenant Wilson for Admiral Kii Oberly care american Consul Auckland a take such Steps with regard to and wrecks and sending men Home May deem pro . Full Power Given you. Mooon Tuhela sailed for a a february Al. the Secretary also sent telc Grauth to the relatives the dead officers the Vandalia informing them the sad affair. Tho dispatch concerning Captain Schoonmaker was sent to Bis wife at Kingston n. Y., where his brother John Schoonmaker the inter state Commerce commission also resides. The immediate relatives those who lost their lives in the wreck will be entitled to pensions under the general Law. The pension is $6 a month fora Seaman a widow and a month for each child under 16 years age. In Tho ease widows officers it is proportionately larger. Parents the dead persons will have to prove that they were dependent upon their sons for support to entitle them to pensions. Congress will also probably pass a special act. Making reimbursement for the effects and baggage officers and men lost in the wreck. This was done in the Case the Huron which went Down the Hatteras coast about fifteen years ago. Sunday afternoon minister Pendleton cabled from Berlin to Secretary Blaine a confirmation the news the disaster at Apia As follows a a the foreign office has been officially informed the typhoon at Apia the Eber and the Adler were totally lost. Ninety dead. The a stranded. No losses. Three american and mercantile vessels in the port lost. americans dead. The English War ship Calliope damaged and gone to Sydney. A a Queen victorians sympathy. Queen Victoria cabled through lord Salisbury to the British legation in this City sunday directing that her Earnest i sympathy be expressed to the president the United states for the terrible naval j misfortune at Samoa and the deplorable loss life. Or. Edwardes the British charge accompanied by a the Secretary state w cited upon the president sunday afternoon and read Tofu in Tuo Queens message. President Harrison expressed his warm appreciation and that the whole people this country for tie Queens considerate sympathy in the calamity that had overwhelmed our naval Crews at Samoa. An informal reply to the Queens message would be made the president said through the department state. A London account. London april 1.�?particulars the disaster to the German and american Warr eases at Samoa have been received As follows 3 he Eber was blown ashore and struck the reef first at an Early hour in the morning. She Sank a Trost immediately in deep water. Nearly the men who w Ere below were drow Ned. When the Adler struck her masts were shivered and her rigging parted. Several her Crew swam through the surf and wore saved among them the Captain and a few Otti oers. After the nip sic grounded her Crew succeeded in lowering boats but six men were drowned by the capsizing a boat in the surf. The Captain the Vandalia was stunned by being thrown against a gun and was w asked overboard before he became conscious. Several others were washed overboard by the Waves while others were drowned in their Endeavor to swim ashore. Many the Vandalia Crew Clung to the rigging and the samoans and others Shore tried in vain to Rescue them. The Bottom the Vandalia was completely stove in and the Trenton was throw upon the Van dal Las wreck. The Olga withstood the fury the Gale for a Day and a night but it the Dawn the following Day she went ashore. Oliree officers the Eber were Losta and with them seventy six men. The nip sic lost seven men. The Vandalia lost her Captain four officers and forty men. The Adler lost fifteen men. The nip sic grounded a Sand Bank. Still another account says the Hurricane burst upon the Harbor suddenly. The German Man War Eber was the first vessel to drag her Anchor. She became unmanageable and was driven helplessly the reef w hich runs around to a Harbor. She a truck broadside at 6 clock in the morning. The Shock caused her to lurch and to stagger Back and she sunk in a to >1 ment in deep w after. Most her men wer a under hatches and scarcely a soul then escaped. The German War shop Adler we / i the next to succumb. She was lifted Bodi by a Gigantic wave and cast he. Beam ends in the reef. A terrible a by juggle for life ensued among the officers it and sailors aboard. Many plunged into tie raging surf and struck out some reaching the Shore in safety. Others Clung to the rigging until the masts feh those in the rigging Only two Gaius a the Shore the Cap thin the Adler and several other officers were saved. Meanwhile the United states ship nip sic had been dragging her anchors and drifts Long toward the Shore. The Captain however managed to keep control a and ran Fier a Sand Bank. Boat were immediately lowered and the whole company was saved with the exception six men. These were drowned by the capsizing a boat the United states Steamer Vandilia was carried before the Gale right upon the reef. She a truck with a terrible Shock hurling the Captain against a Gatling gun and he fell stunned. Before be could recover a great wave swept the deck and washed him and others away into the sea the vessel sunk fifty Yards from the nip sic and several the officers and men Wen 49w with her. Others perished Wildle making desperate efforts to swim to the Shore. Some the a hips company tried to save themselves by clinging to the rigging but heavy and Swift sunni off Waves dashed Over them and Ono by 6ne they were swept by this time night had set in. Many in Tives and europeans had gathered the Shore anxious to reuder a Nissan a to the unfortunate Crews but owing to the darkness they were wholly unable to be service. Soon after the Vandalia sunk the Ameri in Trenton broke Freira her Anchorage anti was driven upon the wreck the Dajia. Whence she drifted to Tho Shore. The Bottom the Trenton was Eton i Tell stove and her hold was half full water. As morning broke the German Man re a a wat Olga w hich had hitherto withstood the Gale although much battered by the heavy seas which constantly broke upon her. Became unmanageable and was driven upon the Beach where she Lay in a tolerably favourable position. Matane sent a number his men to the assistance the wrecked ships. They Ren tiered splendid Aid in trying to float Tbs our the news in Berlin. Berlin april 1.�?when the loss the German and american War vessels was reported to the emperor he could not conceal his emotion at the disaster and was visibly a effected Lor some time. Discussing the Washington april 1. A Captain a a a fridge l United states Navy was found at the Navy department poring Over a Chart the Harbor Apia which he visited Sev Oral years ago. He said that while it was a very had Hari . It was the Best the Island up Fia. Like the Pau Etc Island harbours that Apia is formed by a Coral reef encircling the Island at a Short distance from the Shore. The Anchorage space available for men War is contracted being about 1.000 fest wide at the Mouth the har bar 1 he Bottoni is Sandy affording slight hold Tor in Anchor Nett tic Harbor is exposed Oil the North. 6n each Side the entrant Are Coral reefs which Ore awash at High water and arc surrounded by Shoals. The depth water ranged from four to eight fathoms pretty deep water being found close inshore which Zouiden Able a ship to get cease in. Hurricanes Olinea at apis Are usually from the Southwest and revolving id the bar Boh tend to Force vessels the rugged reefs rough shores. The last Hurricane occurred at Apia six years ago. Forter mtg no Meri War were in the Harbor but Evdra a merchantman waa driven ashore nip sic wrecked houses were destroyed and Palm As you a Trees uprooted. It is the opinion Admiral alarm who is also familiar with the a Amnun islands that the English Man War owed her escape to the fact that she had steam up and was enabled to push out . Tho number vessels lying in Tho a mall Harbor was a source danger to them individually for if one dragged her anchors she Vroy old probably collide with and carry away another ship w hich might otherwise have held securely. The news the disaster created a profound sensation at the Navy department and everybody from the Secretary Down freely expressed his Reg he Secretary Tracy could not see cause to condemn any one. A lid officers in command the ships were competent men and had doubtless adopted proper precautions against disaster but these hurricanes which assumed cyclonic proportions were simply irresistible As was proved by the extent the loss vessels. How to feb a fave w�8 obtain Eoj. The difficulty obtaining telegraphic news from the samoan islands is very great dispatches received by the associated Presa we Ere first taken from Apia to Auckland new zealand about 2,000 Miles by Steamer. Thepe is was then transmitted by Cable from new zealand thence to Banjo Afifie thence to Singapore the Iofi to Panang thence to Madras thence to Bombay thedes to Aden thence to Suez thence to Alexandria thence to Malta Rheude to Gibraltar thence to Lisbon thence to London and thence to new York. The devastation general. Auckland april 1.�?later advices received hard regarding tie Hurricane which devastated Samoa and w rocked a number German and american War ships says the storm swept the islands the 16th inst the War ships attempted to put to be but Italy the English Steamer Caliope succeeded in getting out. Merchant vessels suffered severely. The bark Peter Godeffroy one other bark and seven coasters were wrecked and four persons Evere drowned. The Caliope sailed for Sydney. The fencer Godeffroy w As a German bark. She had arrived at Somoa from both Breaks Down. The great tragedian f�?Tor��?T6<l a lava Tho stage in the midst a sent in a Othello a by what seen Ion to lie a partial sire. Of paralysis Lawrence liar Felt a pro a is the fear that the world has seen file Omilo As a in actor later indications Are Tofuri the attack is not serious. Rochester. N. Y., april 4.�?Edwin Boot to the famous tragedia"1, has been stricken with , Aud it is feared by iils professional associates in the Booth Barrett combing Ati w hich was at the lyceum theater Here wednesday night that the world Reno wired so a Terr fas played for the last time a Tan Ireum stances id indicate that these frs Are not founded the a rounds. But it is certain my Edw in Booth. Booth is very ill Yujie theater was thronged Booth and Barrett being Anid Uii Ceci to play logo and Othello respectively. The curtain went up part Hnativ and the audience was intent the acting Barrett Whf was at his Best. In go a lines in the to Are insignificant and it was not noticed that at Faber than the great Booth recited them. It waa not until the curtain was expected to Rise a sri Tiv thir1 act w Hen tie illness . Booth could i t no longer concealed that the lost officers. entered the Navy York As an acting midshipman <�?T8, 1854. He w As fade m Reship june 18-59, and successively passed the grades passed in lakh Punan Sydney. Cup twin Tom now september Man in through master lieutenant l a 1-coti�madder and Cupta a ii was promoted to the last named j position october 7, 1886, and october 5, 18s8, was placed in command the Vandalia. L Eute Nant Francis e. Sutton the son Glt Chamberlain Sutton Rome n. A. Was one the brightest men in the Marine cd rps. He entered the naval Academy As Cadet midshipman june 2l, 1977, Grudza Tedwin j89a and was made a second l out extant in the mar and corps july 1, j83i he was the Junior first a in tenant the corps having been promoted March 9, 188a lieutenant Sutton was Only engaged As temporary commander marines the Vandalia. He was detailed from the Modican to the Vandalia until Tab regularly detailed comte Jdant marines could report he expected to be transferred to the to Hiram when the Vandalia fell in with that vessel. Paymaster arms was born in connect Cut. He was Appo n Vej acting assistant paymaster in 1sc4. Ii served the Tuscarora and terror and was commissioned paymaster in 187. The wife and child paymaster arms reside at the Crawford Houe in new lob Don Conn. Paymasters clerk John Roach was the brother James Jeffreys Roach the poet who is associated w the John Joyle Rielly the Boston Pilot. Roach s Home was at Ilion n. A Olusik a at sea. Terribly Accident in the English Channel by which fourteen lives Are lost. London april 1.�?a collision occur Ned off Dunkirk in the English Channel Friday Between the Steamer countess Flanders and the belgian mail boat Princess Henrietta. The Captain first lieutenant nine sailors and three passengers the foyer vessel were drowned. Prince Jerome Bonaparte was among the rescued. The latest advice a state a hat the countess i and is was Cut in two and that the report at once Sank. The Princesa Hen to took the after part in Tow and started this port but had proceeded Only a Short a Nee when the portion the wreck. Ahe had in Tow capsized and went . Barrett stepped in front the curtain and astonished the audience by making following announcement a ladies and gentlemen i am called upon to perform the Mfd painful duty my 1 be. My c orig be has symptoms breaking Down three fit fat fir Days past and his condition is so serious to a it it it impossible for him to act. had hoped Tiht be Mojid rally from his attack and that he would be feb to play his part to night. But one your physician . Sumner says that it would be perilous for him to attempt it. Or. Booth has a a a a slanted a partial i Analyss and wet iat this is the 1 egmont nor the end. I Cali not express to you the deep a Orrow with which i make this Juno be ment. The world has probably heard for the list t me the Preato St actor who Speaks the English la Quot Guage. We shall curse. Cancel engagements and i Hore we shall he ate to remove Booth to his Home it pains me to speak in be Worts. A am son to disappoint the great audience but the play can Hung i would be presumptuous for me to fill the place this great Matt whom Yeti Fri come to see and hear and it would be worse Thau a see fuss the Artemi t to proceed further. 1 know you will be id Klient and that you will fully apr ret ate the sad plight 1 to Hych we Are placed. The management w 11 make such arrangements As May seem Best for re a Ira run a to Rev a a the condition 6f for. By Bufi it rooms Deil not fully justify Tfir pc sch. There bad been no attack paralysis �r�4 Trio actor was suffering no pain. He walked Troisi the theater to his Carriage and was driven to his a hotel when he walked without apparent difficulty from the Carriage to he elevator and Tel his room. Reporters to try Mil allowed to ree . Booth and . Barrett Rete Jed to talk but . Crowley. Business manager a lieu my any said that . Booths illness was not in Chi enough a to justify alarm. He said that the company s engagements for the rest the w Eek and a its ably next would be cancelled but he hoped to go off a usual after . Booth had been Given a Brief rest. Late wednesday a a a lit . Barrett requested that the following to so a a to bit by the Assoc ated press a since h s return to the hotel Edwin Booth is a Asier my the doctor gives every Assurance that a Wadk ten ? a Ltd Buo Lute rest will restore h m to his usual health. A a Lawrence ,.�?T< f kid win Booth wa3 born in Biel air november la 1843. 1vheh a boy he showed unmistakable evidence that Genii is which has Snee teen the adm rat the world. He made his first regular appearance the Reg. Of the to ton museum september 10, in Cote any with a s fat the Junius Brutus Booth. Ii s first appearance the new York Cage was sep Tefner 5�t, 1s56, at the National theater a Tho same theater a year later his Fht fact tea4 suddenly taken ill. our Booth promptly took the place the e1� tragedian and acted the part r Chard Iii. The Effort was re not a Kalv a a excess Fol and stamped Booth As a great a Tor. Father find it he eps rate in 1352. Two years later the son formed a cof Spany and made a trip to Australia. In s company included mis Laura Keene As Lead no woman. Booth married mrs. Mary Delm Troy n. Y., in 185. Mrs Booth a bed in 1868, leaving a Little girl Edwina. A Stic Casstel european tour was made Inlow. In apr 18#. The Assad into ton line la by bobth�?T4 brother j. W ikes induced b m to Cave a if stage with the intention never returning. Business obligations Bonstra Ned him and to appeared at the Winter Garden new y Ork City june 3, 186 1, before an immense Aud Ante. Tho Coiner Stone by Othus theater yes in d in Edwin Booth and mss Mary Mcviker a efe married in Juc 1869, and she died in 1881, no children. a big beef Syndicate. A Chi legislature. Senate Bills we passed Tho �6th re Quiring Security for costs in stay p a a a la courts to Amend the Law with refer acc 4 re Ord conveyances real estate to am fid in be incorporating the v ullage Vandalia. Tbs fert the session was spent in committee the whole. House bus were passed making an approx frat i $1,000 for Recompiling the record a my Fina disposition Michigan soldiers in the War str Thrige Tho Iown Shin Roscommon in Rosc Dmn Noti county to Issue Bonds to cover its indebtedness to author be the Formaro building and loan Essoe Ati Onsi authorizing a Ovid urn agricultural society to reorganize tit increase its capital Stock to #7,000 to vacate pm township Carp Lake and attach to Ontonagon. A a a Ontonagon county to Amend the Law so that talks upon vacant school and swamp lands can be costly adjusted providing for a Bounty by wolves. A Ruso edtion Fri passed by a unanimous standing vote to favor the adoption in to the state increasing the salary he governor to #4,005. See state a sons Short the election Casc nearly to e entire Tes Sion the 27th. Of nov two speeches were Doc. Senator Wessel a is crr the a the Ciaffi my Gonna for the conv steer it was not dispose cd and was unde a spec Al order Ter apr 1 4. One it Quot Hills m rior importance were passed anti Eon sr1 at Ion in executive sess a Batch not try Public appointments by the governor was the sow the other pro coding. Adjourned to apr 1 a hot a no the Case was disposed by no Lin Dot Dein and sealing Mcl Roy by a vote 09 to 39. A Bill making an Orf 18,000 for the continuance the slate by no he Sev cd Wardd Fezik de but a to Reeo a and it was placed in ire neral order. A i solution was introduced request my the state cd legation in con res a a Quot pro the Blair Educ it onal Bill. Bdl passed revive the charter Sego v ullage g m Cote a tvs map tire a Mutual fire insurance company a from iv1 operation the stand Natl fire insurance polity l4w to prevent the catching fish in Inland lake1? Presque Psi a and Alpena counties from january 1 to april 1, inclusive. Adjourned to Panl 4. Mien to an state in. A base Ball league organized. A Michigan base Ball league was organized at Lium Nix a a a Days ago by re priv Senta Tives grand rapids Kalamazoo Jackson Saginaw. Landing find Green tue. Bay City and you Skoglu asked fur ten Days Tel a a Milete their and it would than be admitted. F x co n a its inn n Ford rapids was elected president the league. Each club will play eighty four games in series two games and each de posits a a guarantee $350 to finish the season. The salary limit was placed at $ 5o0 per Mouth for each club. Michigan Gettysburg monuments. The Michigan Gettysburg Finis Siren met at Lansing recently in an advisory meeting with governor Luce presiding. Cd to Jacl Briggs the commission reported the six tee the thirteen monuments were in position and the rest making go gtd Progress. June a i was fixed for dedication Day. Trio legislature Touhl be memorialized a to Luciea a the for Tho dedicatory Prog mini Etui $5,d0i to kit you. Committees a train poit Tiou program Nee and Flora u Cora Tiona. Of. Prog Hes in silk culture. Treasurer Tho association the last year made to agriculture has America could Tafoy front Bank in the Industry Vith proper Effort Washington March 3 a the report the president and women a silk culture United Mia to s for the the her been printed 1 he government appropriates $.5. 00 annually to Foster Tho development the silk grow ing Industry. Mrs John Lucas president the association says that the United states could raise not fhe silk needed at Home but $50,-000,000 Worth More for Export the report the treasurer mrs h. P. Taylor shows that during the year nearly 2,500 to jul cd Dorii w Ere bought 168 persons in the following state Arkansas Florida Leo Fjola Illinois Indiana. Iowa Kansas. Kentucky Maryland Michigan Minnesota m a soul Nebraska new Jersey new y Ork Norih Carolina. Oho Penis Sylvanita Soto the Carolina Virginia and West Virgin a. There were distributed 2,686 Mulberry Trees to ribete0 1 states As follows Florida get it re it lab Nils Indiana Kansas Kentucky Maryland Michigan Missouri new York North Carolina .o, Oregon Pennsylvania Texas Virginia West Virginia and Wisconsin. Work a maniac. Ills family by a 51 no crr Tkv a by murderous Aton ten Neshie business financial troubles. Nashville term., april 1.�?a special t ? Hie american from Chattanooga says James it. Calhonn a Tinner prominent in Busi Hess religious and social Tirol sat Dar ton tend., attempted t0�?~ kill his family and him Scalf . He procured a Hatchet and it bottle Muri Atic acid and Zinc. He attacked his we Fuby grabbing her by the Throat and striking he three blows about the head and Iff boulders with the Hatchet he then struck his invalid daughter cutting off Llu by. Is started for h is Little boy who escaped. Taking a knife he Cut his thru a at and swallowed an Amneh the state for the week ending March and a half the Muri Atic acid and Zinc. Cal Hdldn and his wife will probably die. The daughter will recover. It is supposed hat he had suddenly gone insane Over financial matters. Dabbled in St a a a a. Experts sent to Hancock recently by Tho Standard Oil company do covered a shortage More in the Martin r. Odds Vort a. Manager the company for the Lake Superior i Gion. Goldsworthy Honanie right cued and took a train for Toronto Goldsworthy Vav us an pid resident and Lmh a been yield in Hiigli Et�-Ehi. For the last two Yeai s he had been Day a Haig in Miu ing stocks and the re Catt liar decline carried him under his Bor Nemoir were liable to the extent Many t Usu ads. $ juried to i get it Goff Rich aka Shams aged sri a teen yes waa working about the machinery in to Michigan Boggy a amp Anvy Swo Kat Noffa Mazoo rec int a Wynn his head caught Between a Rapidiy-rif>-j.ii1ug win Cal and be t. He a Miatch etl from tin floor. My whirled a tout the wheel Many time. Striking the floor each to Imp with Suomi a a Rcd As to break Ili boar is. When rescued Tiiu Hoy was dead his head ahoy the Mouth being a shapeless Vilash. A in a Jon by the govt nor. Governor Luca recently paid it Ned Barney Rousseau who was sent to 4tate from Alpena. May 17,14, for seven years for Inai Ike Aughter Rousseau r a turned for Otto the lumber Woods Tii find As he Lielie cd that a Nian named Savage Hall become unduly intimate with his wife he was unable to induce the police to it keep Savage away from his Home and therefore took the Law into his own hands and stabbed the other. Many Alpena citizens petitioned for the Pardon. A a 7 a a a new vessel Launo Liml. The largest wooden vessel Ever built in Detroit was launched the other afternoon from the West end Yard the Detroit dry Dock company her Borth is 22 Foet Over beam 46 feet depth 23 feet and she is steeled sloped throughout. Wiley m. Egan Philip j. Armour and r. P. Fitzgerald Milwaukee Are equal others she will he engaged in general carrying in twee a Chicago and Buffalo. Her Cost is $140,00. Another motive found. W. I. Seat Psi administrator Aie latin Ikirt estate in Jackson recently found it. Irvina latimire a note for $4,500, in favor his Mother. Marv if. Latimer dated february 1 is about the time he purchased the drug store the Ute rest which for the first year fell due about the time the murder. The note runs Teil years at ten per cent. This supplies not Hal motive for the Iii a r against the accused. Health in Michigan. Reports to tie state Board health by forty four observers in different parts to help our shipping. Indicated that inflammation the bowels influenza Erysipelas neuralgia and pneumonia increased and tonsillitis decreased in area me Valence. Diphtheria was reported at fifteen places Scarlet fever at fifteen typhoid fever at five measles at seven and Spinall pox at two Plages hotter keeps thirty eight year. Thirty eight years ago mrs. Frank Burnett. Of mib by lost a Phil Butler in her Well and sixteen years ago in cleaning Tho Well portions the butter were found in a Good state preservation Ilie other Day it was determined to dig Tho Well deeper. More the butter was found. It was lilt is Money t in a a it lot cattle ranches will feed every body Tillo Fay the Price. Nest Yoke. April 4.�?the american meat company has been incorporated under the Laws Pennsylvania with a capital $2,-000, 100 this is the so called beef in ducats which has by in in Prihn Ete to forma to lbs two years Inorg and concerning which much has already Lieen published this Money has been furnished principally by new York and Philadelphia capitalists by a Lar a in1 Yefest it is lie i Fey Chicago Sheti. Thai company has already acquired by Purchase a Large number ranches in the Indian territory new Mexico and Texas including it is said those Stephen w. Dorsey and others Are to be secured As opportunities offer. It is intended to have cattle hrs ugh into Kan sets cih1 and Thiago alive and at those Points there will let a erected a number great Slaughter houses and warehouses where the Besires will be killed and the meat dressed the dressed meat will be sold to wholesale and retail butchers in various parts fhe country and will be shipped in refrigerator cars. The company will raise its own cattle and will control every department the Industry including packing preservation and Canning. The ranches will be run under a regular disciplinary system and it is thought that the results trill show that they can be run More economically under a single management than separately. By a Alness men in new York favor assist a afro to american vessel interests in order 16 it is it loin Rico to Foa Thern countries from kor la la hands. New York March 39. The ii owl Farmed up nah american commercial us lot held its first Public meeting at Delmonico a Friday night about 7b0 leading representatives comic Dromi houses in this City Audel a White but still solid and the butter flavor where being press Rte. Antong these were j was plainly discern Idla. H. K. Thurber. A x Jordan c. N. Bliss Hon. Warner Miller a p. Clyde j. F. Riu Ramer. F. K. Hiil find e. R. Bartlett. Speeches there made in which statistics vere presented showing the a atness the coins Firce Southern to a in Trees Rithvi largely monopolized by the English Cai Ryung to Ted i Horo was a general sentiment in favor granting subsidies to american shipping in order to divert th1 a Trade to american hands. A banquet i the ceded the addresses. Prairie fires in Dakota. Many farm houses burned and a scores in Popie Teft Hoiney Ess. Itub0n, bak., april 1. Terrible Prairie fires a to i ported Ltd it a Wirts the Bounty last night Between Here and Cavour the East and Fot several Miles Lorth that place. The country is almost entirely burned Over. Many Farmers have suffered the loss houses barns Hay and grass. South and Southwest the Cju a settlers have suffered equally a much. The velocity the wind was forty Miles an hour driving the flames with fearful rapidity. It was the most destructive tire a a the country for years a a it is feared the worst has not been Learned. A depopulated District. we x shot Down.who was working to con Vlco Clayton a As a Nln killed. % Little roce ark., april a new reached Here the murder saturday night near plumbers Volle Joe Smith a negro by a White Man named Dan Anderson. The mar Derer overtook the negro in the Road As he a was going Home and shot my door in an Durson has been arrested and is in jail importance in attached to the murder from the fact that Bmith has been very a�5tively bugs god in working up the evidence in the Clayton assassination for the Pinkerton detectives. # my major Beno is deed. Washington april la major Marcos a. Reno who commanded a portion Custer a regiment and was severely criticised for his failure to come to casters Relief and ire vent the massacre by the Indian died at a Hospital Here from the effect it a surgical open lotion. A statistical slips. The railroads arc not making As much Money As formerly. On 40,000 Miles Road last year the Losa As against 1887 was nearly $24,000,000. The growth the South in Cotton manufactures has been next to magical. During the year ending june 30,1888, the Southern Mili consumed 443,373 Bales Cotton an increase 147.5 per cent since 1880. The total army expense from March 4, 1789, to june 30, 1836, was $4,559.419,924. Deducting 2s514,911,007.48 Tor foreign wars and the rebellion the remainder is -$1,044,508, 916.58. Two thirds this sum it is estimated was expended for War and other services incidental to the indians vis. $696,339,277.68, fortifications poets ete., being according to the following statistics France must be peculiarly blessed with a healthy climate. The number persons in each 10,000 Between the Ages fifteen and sixty Are France 5,373 Holland 4,984 Sweden 4,954 great Britain 4,732, United states 4,398. The highest average age the living Are France 8k06 Holland 27.76 Sweden 27.86 great Britain 26.05 United states 23.01. Out query Hundred deaths those persons Over sixty Are France 86 Switzerland 84 England 80 Belgium 26 Prussia 19 Austria 17. France has the lowest birth rate which is 23 8 t6a thousand great Britain 81 German y. 38, do Castrou drought yellow Cir in farts Brazil. Washington March 30�?-the United states Consul at Pernambuco under Date february 28, reporte that owing to the Long drought the past summer Over 12,000 persons have emigrated and Many plantations have lost their cattle also that vessels from Rio de Janeiro been quarantined against owing to the prevalence yellow Fevo it a at the latter place. 4 agricultural atoms. Save the Straw. If Cut and mixed with Clover and bran a Good feed is secured while it is one the Best materials for bedding that can be used. It is a difficult matter to eradicate weeds from the land especially from pastures which Are Seldom never slowed but while they remain the owner a visa not find it easy even possible to make uniformly Good butter. The Farmer Gardener who has a variety peas that suit him in growing Well in yielding Bountiful crops Large Weil Fred pods and which is Early enough for his Market will do Well to sow a few rows expressly for seed and to allow none to be picked from them. In land newly cleared from hard Wood land that has been dressed with Wood ashes a Little phosphate will show Good results. In old pasture land in land that has been Long ii cultivation it pays to use it liberally and care should be taken to procure a fertilizer that is Rich m Potash. Those fruit growers who have firm Faith in the Efficacy whitewashing the trunks Trees to discourage inlets and remove the growth lichens etc., Are advised that the Wash will be equally beneficial if a it will not be rebuilt i eth i in in a a a a Lena to. General Cardenas the Well known Dwarf for seventeen years had made his Home in Dexter and died there tie other Day consumption he was born in Mexico fifty one years ago and Ual been exhibited As a Freak in the principal cities in the a United states. He was thirty one inches in height and weighed by forty Sis pounds. A Short but newsy items. The body Tea Spencer drowned last Job Winber. Wan found the other Day in the Bay Alpena j the trades Council has boycotted the Heaters in Detroit j the state Normal school has offered two oratorical prizes one for Gim Tiemen and one for indies four Conte tante allowed for each. The first contests will take place the second Friday in May. In scow an. Aged sixty years brass Moldor dropped death in Detroit Days ago. The state sportsmen s association at its recent sesion in grand rapids elbowed . E. S. Holmes grand rapids president a. L Lakey Kalamazoo Secretary and Frank shut tuck grand rapids treasurer., George f. , Schoolcraft who lost his sight in the War has received $3,500 Back pension and $7� per month. Robert Telfer aged fifty six years a prominent business Man big i rapids lied suddenly the other night. Charles Cook living near grand rapids the son a widow had his neck broken the other evening in wrestling with another boy. In Detroit the other evening Henry Hie Bert aged Twenty four fell dead from his buggy. He had been ill for some time. Charles and Edward Stewart Brothers w Ere instantly killed at Hungerford recently by the bursting a Jointer in Morgan s Shingle Rill. L. Bertch amp songs Large hog pens near Bay City were burned the other night and Over one Hundred hogs and two thousand bushels Corn were consumed. Toss $4,000 partly insured. 1 he first Iron Ore 1830 was unloaded the Chicago a Northwestern railway Ore docks at Escanaba the other Ever Flag from the Champion mine. The Large wooden building us for a paint shop for the hint Wagon works were burned to the ground the other night together wit h its contents. Loss $2,.500 insurance $2,000. The Bodif Harles Olson a swede aged Twenty right years was found in the River at big rapids recently by tis Hermea foul play was suspected. Captain j. H. Earl one the earliest settlers in Barry county died a amp has Home in Orangeville recently. Jap formerly a Sailor Thal Iper which he derived Vrr Captain. A Alinee navigation closed last fall three Saginaw Valley saw Mills have been burned with a total capacity fifty million Feefe diluted until it will hardly Whiten the bark and the Trees will not look so ghostly after it application either. When the Wash is thick it forms a scaly crust More Likely to do harm than Good. Mrs. Amelia Barrett an old resident port Huron died sri gently pneumonia. She was a believer in the Faith cure and a fused to a employ a doctor not Fth Tandy it the entreaties Herf family

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