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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 13, 1895, South Haven, MichiganA ism vol. Xiv Xii South Havgh mich., a Zuze. 13, 1895 Leo us Quot ten to 000 watches pawned in Park Tel year. Parisian Waul without a Zatei because they eau lat live on tiek w epitome of the feel a stare Cias Bao figured it out that if the Whol a on try were a densely populated a Rhode Island we would Hare a population of m$,76mq0. Thee Are ten million Lena Ooi fort Mohed i the United state every year i every Sente Laved Only one Rune All would he saved la seven Yum. has Itoye the american pie wit one better by inventing a machine Jinx tin if Piea the machine does everything to the pies except be King them. Ínterest1n3 news comp late of Patti k also a victim of the hard Lwis her salary has been reduced 83 3 per cent Bat As she is still to re-$2,000 a night for her a Rooerts she will not have to patronize s Sou House. I Bate had some pretty sizable defaulters la this country hut the <4d 4.3�, receipts. $342.093 195. World outdo few. There k said to be a British defaulter now in Venezuela whose speculation and swindles amount to the enormous ran of 915,000,000. Hies Hick Gould the late millionaire s oldest daughter has done better than marry a count a he has taken the fall Lair course of the University of new York and will shortly by admitted to practice. With her Legal knowl Edge she will defend her $25,000,000 of inherited wealth. If hypnotism will cure dips Omania aaa new York physician believes it will have a great and useful Field for Experiment and practice. And Why should t it work the drink habit it is claimed. Is formed by the Power of suggestion and it ought to be <1 a hanged by the seme Power. M the editor of the British medical journal k still something of a boy. He paper declares that the old Rule about boys getting up with the Lark is All wrong and that it k not Good for boys to Rise before 8 of clock. That editor will become the Patron Saint of the boys if he spreads he new gospel in All lands. A a mass Burroughs the actress is certainly an exceptional woman. She says 4�?~i like my husband or. Massen bettor than anyone of a Hundred of my gentleman friends but i do not want to marry any of them. 1 have great re pet for or. Massen. I want he Friendship but i would sooner have him for a Friend than a this is truly a Gem of frankness and uni Quenesa a. A traveler writer editor hotel keeper and dealer in real a state the late Martin m. Ballou of Boston was a remarkable Man. In he inter years he waa 7$ he liking for travel became a pension and he waa in if Jet when he died. Or. Ballon was the talented Eon of a famous father Rev. Hoe a Ballou having been one of the most noted divines in new England half v a it a Edison has he phonograph Cone More under Hie own Oon Tsoi and he a ays he is going to drop Alekel in the riots and go in for household machines that will take an entire novel or opera. He will have it so that a phonograph will read a a Trilby to the family Circle of an evening or repeat to them a grand opera entire. There Are immense possibilities in this and the Confidence in Edison to open them k Undi Mink hed. Rev a. B. Eakle. Who died recently in Newton Masa was one of the successful Evangelista of the country he had preached for sixty four years and in that time had held 19,330 Public meeting f preached 71,840 sermons travelled 870,000 Miles and added 180,-000 members to the Church of whom 400 became ministers he also wrote a number of religious books and for i work he received 885,580, % Little More than 1,000 a a it. Taring off sundays and Legal holi Days the number of working Days in a year is distributed among the nation As follows Central Russia 807 Scotland 275 tends and great Britain 278 Portugal. 888$ russian Poland 288 Spain 89$ Austria. 298 Italy 898 a Varia Belgium and Bra Xii 300 Saxony France Wert Amburg. Switzerland. Norway and Denmark 308 Sweden 304 Ireland and Prussia 305 United states. 800 Netherlands 3u6, and Hungary 312. With the death of or. Jonathan Wheeler beak at i Home in cant Bridge mass., in january last the class of 1880 of Harvard collage became extinct. It had. At Granadon forty eight members of these Charles Sumner attained the greatest Fame. Other members of the dam were e. R. Potter a Justice of the supreme court of Rhode Island and a congressman congressman j. B. Kerr and amp t. Worcester. John o. Sargent who was the first new to be chosen Quot mis Quot overseer of Harvard and Charlemagne Tower who enjoyed a like distinction i Philadelphia f 5 e r j a from Washington. At the leading Clearing Bouses in the United Blatas a exchanges during the week ended of the 5th aggregated 81,013,717,85$, against $888,350,4< Previere week. The increase Goth. Pared with the corresponding week it 1804, a 8.9. In the United states there were business failures in a seven Days ended on the 5tk Imi sit 8m the week Jelte Aid t09 in the eco responding time in 1894 i it was Sho tril by raft Terete to the condition of ail the National Banks in the United hates at Etee of business March 5 that they Werf i Good a our Dit Ioa. A cd. Tue suby department statement a Hows that the expenditures for the ftrst.880days of the current fiscal year have exceeded the receipts by $42,199,-490, the totals standing expenditures is non Eoal mine my near Taco it p in Ible a whatcom three per an Yinqu Reger Tery drawings through the United 280statee mall Robert bund was sentenced to three months in jail at Cheyenne % a k i w ,. J a unknown Man on hog Beck net a task a new o. Tute thy it Al a Vul Dev Many Milea Tsven teen Farmers lost everything they poes the r 1 to death of sex nov. Jame l. \ Kemper of Virginia occurred at Home near Gordona Vilie aged 73jr< the United state supreme court after almost a months deliberation rendered its decision in the i Poole tax cases deciding by s divided court the Law to be valid except regarding the incomes derived from rents and from municipal and state Bonds pm which Point the decision was that the tax was unconstitutional. A a Juji to Jkai Thor Onorr the country fires during the week ended on the 6th caused a total loss of 81,586.360. Of the 8th the visible Supply of Grain in the United states was wheat. 72,702,000 bushels Corn 18,800,000 bushels Oats 5,815,000 bushels Rye 345,000 bushels Barley 685,000 bushels. Tax National budget for the fiscal year beginning july 1 next does not show a deficit for the first time in the history of the mexican Republic. The budget committee reports an excess Over expenditures of f 100.oq0. A of farms Homes and mortgages statistics made by the last census shows that a majority of the 12.690.150 families in the United states rent their Hornea v president Cleveland was being import Ned personally by men of highest influence to Convene Congress in special session for the repeal or correction of the income tax Law. S g the East. At Auburn n. William Lake was executed by electricity for the murder of Emma Louisa Hunt fellow servant Lioba who had refused he att Nti it Orf Sable Island the4 sch it at the age of 75 a. Scott circuit we. Him Constitution Art a dts re Law Max twp i la w a j him Iii Iii l my. Will have eighteen Sena tora and forty five representatives. Or of 1 1 a by an eoral Orlob it Bap Rem court decision cripple the Cooza yet Law. T �s4l�vf%s a a it a fail amp from payment pm re it proud an a a state Peetar and l Kate seen Tylea f commander he Aura the he was a brigade Confederate army. While insane t. M. A Kelley murdered in a aged wife at Ltd Casburg Misa with a Hatchet and afterwards committed suicide. 1 flames destroyed the Atlantic Job Pacific Roundhouse and Machin Teope at Vamp no am ast. The loss being . The largest Timber concern in the South the Southern land a Timber company English of Pensacola Fla went into the hands of receiver. Lit Colorado and in Newt a Sand and snowstorm combined did great damage and in Western Kansas Many the and cattle were suffocated by Cloud Sand. A Joseph r g be Whitt president of is of Ashdig tax april 9.�?a forecaster by the newspapers for several Days than prime court a deride that the income tax Law k in Cox a Titi Illonal so far As Ito Artel incomes derived from re to and real a state or from state Donn to Ami municipal Honda the court waa Divido As to Fth Gitel Neft of the Law and As Tifi menu a of the of dry below Wiki in favor of its constitutional a a that Der Cisin must stand. ?. ,. A occur Al re wet 0hif 0 Stie Fuller read the decision Tel or one of the largest and crowded into the closest attain Moa soon Knees thu it courtroom a Pecos Trident one Hei had there the an recurs was less interest taken in the decision than Duki have Joeen the Case had it Apt already been do counted in the new spa Pera How the tvs them stood. Upon the question of the tonality of the taxation of cons Titu incomes Bonds the the Nega of the a whisky Trust a was charged in Chicago with diverting $228,000 from the company a Treasury to he own pockets. I r in Cincinnati Cov Ingoma and Newport 8,000 coat makers weve on strike. The grand Lodge knights of Honor unveiled a Monument at Louisville ky., to the memory of James a. De Maree the founder of the order. A Wall of a four Story Brick build in. Thl lolling ing fell five men of from state and municipal court the unanimously in Tiv. Upon the que stick of taxation Renta the court stood As follows p affirming the Lew a just Lee Harlan sad White. T a a against the Law chief Justice Fuller. Jus Theesfield Gray. Brewer Breton and Sharaa. Upon the general question of the constitutionality of the Law the court is said to be divided As follows for the Law Justice Harlan Brewer. Brora and White. W f. Against the Law chief Justice falter. Justices Field. Gray and Sharaa Synop by of the of Elsloo. The conclusions of the court were stated to be As follows l. That try the Constitution Federal taxation is divided into two great classes direct taxes Kate cd else Falte up a club for a National marriage Law and remarks Lite the government should follow the of the Republic of franc. In this mate item smite a Virtu no by. A whatever happens children and you Tetar Nute be or tend. No mar rage shall be la Gil that is not pubic la announced Days in Advance. An that objection May a Eow dered if there Are any. No marriage Ahall be Legal thaa k not first performed by the civil a to Ratiee and duly registered. After that duty the posterity Koom plied with til parties May be a ruled in a do a tete8l Ltd a p a it Feitor a to de Lof Quot Iive railway a i mete that newspapers give less prominence to Ruiu robberies and especially that they do not insist on it that it k a profitable business. A thinks newspaper reports of a Uehr events Are generally exaggerated Zadb the fabulous earns alleged to have been j obtained by the to atm stimulate the imagination of embryo Robbera there 11 k a great Deal of common sense in item 1 suggestions. Still the beat work the a i i ii theh 1slffl�tt Atran wow. Owner Mil Isek of the Gloucester mass fishing Fleet with a Crew of sixteen men. Was last robbers wrecked the Safe of the Cherry Valley n. A National Bank with dynamite the amount stolen was unknown. For the poor of new York 100 agree lying North of Long Island City were being slowed and fertilised for potato farms. It was said Hist Thomas m. Grady for Many years cashier of the first National Hank at Marietta a was a de Lail fio the extent of $30,t 90. A. My flames swept away Clark a Wheeler s electrical work near Newark n. J., the loss Bee ing 5100,000. The first Republican governor of Delaware in thirty years Johna h. Mar Vil died at his Home la Wilmington aged 70 years. Ova a 300,000 pupils in the 818 Public schools la new York City celebrated the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Public school system of the state. A passenger train was derailed near Smith s Mills it and Engineer s. Rooney and fireman Lewk Emerson were fatally scalded v a train on the Buffalo Rochester St Pittsburgh Road ran into a washout near Sykes pa., and Engineer Taylor fireman Shea and conductor Bruce lost their lives. Or. Hurt reported that 100,000 bibles had been distributed in China during the past few months. J the legislature of Massachusetts passed a Law which says that whoever on sunday keeps open by shop warehouse or workhouse or does any manual labor business or work except works Orf a Shasity Are Charity or takes Quot part in any sport game or play except a sacred concert shall be punished by a Fine of $50 for each Iii new Jersey thaa Iet result of municipal elections was is Victory for the Yum Khe a near Easton pa., the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers overflowed their Banks and the lowlands were submerged for mite around. The death of w. Jennings Demores one of Hie founders of the prohibition party and publisher of Demorest a monthly occurred in new York. To Wheeling one of them being very Rev father f. If. Parke Vocat genere the Catholic diocese of imports sad excises. The Bank of Bladen and the Bank of % that toe imposition of a rect taxes u Axtell neb., closed their doors. Of overawed by the Rule of Appart Ioas in area the several states according to numbers Sod some forty of the my it prominent Imp Lute duties imposts and excises horsemen la the batted states met at. Rae a Tutax Ornduf Titre heat the Cleveland and formed a sporting in a a league with . John for Assn resident a a the English Colony settlement in new Mexico Rocky fish we completely wiped nut by fire. J or a news was Lre in fit late one yen wyo., Hue Hundred of la tie were by cad trac Jyh mint ing dead alongside Hie pair where they drifted during the storm and died. A a Quot t 7 j. Jonas a lawyer of note. Judge John h. Bahler and i c. Bailey a Union Veteran All a unit Tod suicide in on Day at Omaha neb. R in Chicago investigation if showed that i of Oil ipod states postage Stamps had been ext arive and h a Likely that the government would be compelled to recall the Issue that bad Beca counter Sitofi. Seventh Day adventists convicted in Rhea county tsnu., for working on the Sabbath were Pard med by Ter. Turney. Tiff or and South. 1 1 a official canvass of the Vot cast at the a of it election in Chicago give George b. Swift rep for mayor a plurality of 42.296, no tracts reached Denver col in two Days because of a Snow Machad. In All thus principal towns in Montana school elections were held and were vudiarkstei1 from the fact that in mos amp of the Tete at least half the vote was. Cast by women. Through of it the West a rpm Nobu lot thirty six bouts was general Aad last year a drought stricken Region of no rusks received a drenching. -. A a the firm 1 Kirk Patryk a Cut Ai wholesale Groo Pra at Nashville team., failed Lor $175,000. # Mair far mrs from Colorado Nebrasks Kansas an Illinois were la Illinois w the Sputh Matora item of 9teh Chi looking for Lasda fire destroyed the amerio a starch works the Lufte a the West at. Columbus ind., causing a ,-000. Lewis wads a Colorado Hvassman perished in the flame Moik hed a ral foreign a it Flugence. Advices say that Venezuela would forcibly Assort her rights to the disputed Orinoco territory As soon As great Britain s Raj set on of a settlement was definitely communicated. Adv age say that if great Britain resorts to Force All of the Central Axner i Jau republics will tender their services to Nicaragua. Orders were sent to the United states steamship Marblehead now at Gibraltar to proceed with All dispatch d protect americans. Bran explosion to the to St Ai Kolar Gold India sixteen us in a it i Liu galore miners were killed. The chinese peace envoy i Hong Chang who was shot March 24 at Shimono Seki by %. Patriot fanatic has Eom steely i Cov a do % a a Between Norway and Fieden was said to be impending. A Japan seized the Brickh Steamer Yikang with a Quarter of a million eur Bridges near Taka. T the principle that taxation an rep is entities it it to Ether was intend to be and ass prescribed la the coast Estios by the of the role of Epport torment Smons the several slates so that such Spoor to meet should be accor it Al nor to numbers la each state. To t a 4 that the states surrendered their Power to Levy imposts Aad to regulate Commerce the the Gre oeral government and gave it the concurrent Power to Levy direct taxes in Reliance on the Protection afforded by the roles prescribed and that the compromises of the Constitution cannot be disturbed by legislative action. A that these to delusions re Strtt from the text of the Ernst Sinuon. And Are supported by the historical evidence furnished by the circumstances sur rounding the Fra Menf and ado Streito that Loa truest and the views of those who Frame sad adopted it amp dust the sad exp Moutlon St the time of the adoption of the Constitution was that direct taxes would set to levied to the general Goreau meat except under the pc Wiki of sex such has Boto the practice Down to August 15,1804 if the Power to do so is the be to Reite As As Ordinary and usual Means of Supply that fact furnishes an tier Lafr to to Lessen Tor 1 disposing of the present seas. F. That us of real estate belong to the lass of direst taxes and that the taxes in the rent or task me of real estate which is the to eldest of its ownership belong to the same Trie to a j 4 a a amp that by no previous decision of the Enort has this question bees adjudicated to the contrary of the to delusions now announced. That so much of the act of August 13. 1�04 is Stten rats to impose tax upon the rant to income of real estate without As invalid. The Louetta further of of Liuo that the Sel of August 15,1804 is Lavaud so far As it attempts the Levy a tax upon the income derived from municipal Bonds. As a municipal lathe a pvt a statist of tie state Aad one of the instrument cities of the Tets gov Guate the rfcs ferry sad revenues of municipal corporations Are not the sub of Federal taxation nor is the act derived from state eoe Sty bad municipal of Jeet come inti i do securities since taxation on the there Froada operates pm the Power to borrow before it is Reseff thud end has Sfa Sohlo influence on the coff rect and therefore such a tax is s tax on the Power of tip a Tatos Sod their $liis�yil1w la borrow Meomey. And console by a hate in a a later Newl. A advices from Cuba say tent Hie revolutionary party had formally declare Hie Independence of Cuba from Spain had announced the officers of a new government and Given to the world the Constitution of a new Republic. The thirteenth general Assembly if the Arkansas legislature adjourned sine die. T fit dab Wije and he wife left cd Sago for a tour around the world of i bicycles they go under the auspices of the inter Ocean. Lbs. Free sch James wife of expo to Asir general James died suddenly in new York. The april report of the statistician of the department of agriculture makes the average condition of Winter wheat on april 1 81.4, against 86.7 last year. A storm of wind bail Thunder and lightning m unprecedented severity do great Stege at Seattle. Wash. Twelve persons found guilty of rioting during the recent strike on the trolley lines to Brooklyn n. A. Were sentenced to Priam fer terms ranging from sixty Dayi to fifteen months. John Scharpe a act it Grain ele Filp Bifi Rito at St. Loni was in lately gutted by fire. In Tes being ? Tux go Itji eel Redt dered William Tibbs a negro Gamble in Tell at la Crosse Fla november 6, was the banged. Palt salons of japanese Rice a a causing Southern planters my sat Avo Hill of he York mounted the As a tote Ashi fifty fourth Congress a evened he into to after a Mil in the Senate to the i a a test 5w&Quot re Barwe i Muhr to Kaul a 11 at a a Horci i Walter 9ett, pm Umansko the Konsti Matieu. Jymm it ups Dividen to opinion. S upon each of the other questions argued m the by. To wit 1. Whether the void provi Listes the who Oft he Lita i whether say Yurt of Sito tej a direct tax Usif Naty on either Tito justices who to invalidates the the Lasso me of set is Union St i from f i whether is to go party i Solny a Greet to xes the tax. If not Coe by valid it want of ate sated Tito argument Sis a busily Divide sad therefore As Ophalon is the result to that the decree of ump circuit court k reversed sad the ease remanded with directions to Salee s decree is favor of sees Pui Asut in Rosteet Only of the Volvo try a amp to of Tito tax on Tito rests Sod tack me of its vast estate sad that which it holds k tres sad of Tito Loome from the Musie pm Ltd earned or so told a 15 it the line of argument the Power to decide s Lew the chief Justice said was used with Recto face but the Zoum not he evaded when the Aee Waelty arose. The Eoa Teutons respecting this Law were 1. That a tax in reals was a tax on a Sai Anta the. And that oot being Laid see Acde a to a test fuss a to la a. Of the constitutional requirements that such taxes shall he Laid with taif Romity. Under this hate Osto Ftp prep Job is five off those persons who were hot to pose Ssiss of As Loome of 8mq� of Mutual insurance companies savings Banks Aad partnerships All organized for and doing the same Toby be that of authorised by the these exceptions tray Aad capacious the Sei tote upon a x that the chief Justice proceed sol Oael a Wera i Seii a of the do so and indirect the said that the framers of Tito Soasti Tutila uie toed to Tope to tee not those who were expected to ease Natal to i Tira Validity of any tax they had just Ami Ihas via it they should so impose a tax that a Ted Fah wet he Eneato tatei%stoiigtohs-itisfihteftli1 j re of rents to a direct tax within the a Eteng Lar Tito a it to Ahw weft wbb Oscar Wilde k the author. A the a annual reunion of theft the killed by of the first set Emoi the Stewse it tab to otea., of Jun 4 a my up 2 Laotto the Tot j 4h the a track and of a Semi Sam Tofte Convent Lon and that the expectation was the a direct tax would of the last resort it a a. Quot in to the Constitution intended to Preves buildings collapse. Said the chief Justice a Wae that no tag should be Laid on the residents of any stats by the representatives of other states a the exert is to the Power to Levy a Greet taxes was to be restricted to extraordinary occasions. In Eosel Slob therefore upon this Pota tile chief jostled announced that the to tort were of the a Pinion that that part of tire Law imposing taxes upon rents obtained from was invalid. Stata Aad Epeards exe Topa next to order the opinion Ceram dered the of Titi objection to the Law that to imposed a Las upon the incomes derived from investment la Yeti Salt Sitsis Bonds and was therefore invalid a a i i. Chief Justice Fuller read exerted the general or Laepple that the tax of governs end Bonds was held to be a tax of contracts sad prejudicial to the pub to interest it Sims ftps sire of kiwis that such s tax of the Power to Stem or municipal tree to stake contracts was to i Uldal policy sad therefore a we my tune so 1 up 3 Rtnald and White head onto ions. Six Man Are killed Aad As Many More injured. A Deettie Ceasta cited. Causee an awful if rodent 4 wheel Togo w. A to the rom bling of tvs five Story justices Field Sod White red independen opinions the former holding the Ike wholly invalid. A should a declared null Aad void t Netlee Field Devot etl some time to a review of Tito provisions retarding Rente and a bounced the principle sought to he established but a income tax Law. Many of his conclusions were is conformity with those expressed by the chief be Etimet he Eko attacked the Law on account of its Lack of uniformity and dwelt upon and the Many discrimination found Terein in conclusion Justice Field ado Fried his opinion that the whole Law of 1854 should be declared to be null and veld a a in a thinks the Law All right. Justice White prefaced his dissenting opinion with the statement that the custom of rendering Long a Leenta in a court of last resort was More honoured in the breach than la the Observance their Only effect was to weaken the efficiency of the opinion of the a our Justice White said he should not speak hot for the fact that the court had overruled and set aside established precedents and the settled and a uniform doctrine of the supreme court Down to the present Tinto. He regretted that at this late Day this court should thus overthrow and nullify an act to Congress supported and affirmed by All text writers and by every decision of the supreme court of the United states when the fathers constructed Bur form of government they give it not limited but unlimited Power to Levy taxes with but one exception a that of taxing Export the assertion that the constitutional Power of Congress was limited was he thought the fundamental error in the reasoning of the majority of Tiffin court. The great question before the court was. Is the income tax a direct tax that question was practically decided on a Hundred years ago and he did not deem it necessary to enter into an elaborate review of the cases that had been decided. A v c 1 1 a Effort of the decision. Washington april 9.�?tbe effect of the supreme court decision on the income tax Law so far As the Treasury department officials can determine after a hurried estimate made monday afternoon will be a reduction of about one half in the Revenue originally estimated As obtainable from that source thus making the annual Revenue to be expected about 815,000,000. The original estimate of $30,000,000 per year was based on the Assumption that Tbs Law would be held to be constitutional in All its provisions. A president was informed of the income tax decision shortly after it As rendered by the supreme court and at 1 30 he summoned Secretary Carlisle to the executive mansion and the two discussed the matter for some time. Other members of the Cabinet dropped in later among them the attorney general. The deck Ion was a disappointment Bat the administration will at once Issue instructions to collectors of internal Revenue to conform to the emasculated Law. Secretary Carlisle followed he Well defined custom not to discuss the Metter for publication. Will coopt the decision. Attorney general Gluey said the Gurrer meat would not ask for s rehearing but would accept the decision As rendered. He a not surprised at Hist portion of it excepting municipal and state Bonds from taxation but expressed the Hope that the question <4 rents might be brought before the court in Toto other shape when he entertained the Strong belief that the present attitude of the court would be revised. No extra session of Congress. Washington april 9.�?the president on being asked monday afternoon whether in View of the decision of the supreme court on the income tax Law an extra session of Congress would be called said that neither he nor Hie Secretary of the Treasury saw any necessity for such action and that nates there tips a an unexpected change is conditions he had no idea that Congress would meet again before the time appointed for its regular session. He is sorry. Xiv or. Less tog apologia to fuss Mesa of Tayel the by chs Russ. Boston april 9.�?Rev. L j. Lapsing whose references to the nted611 he address before the new balt no Oon Ferenze at Salem last thursday night provoked extended in tick gives out tee following statement a mfr allusion made to a Temperance address at Salem on thursday. April 4, to the drinking hat arts of the president of tit United states a As based partly on common report sad partly of Tito testimony of Eye we tease. From vet to. Atol Lude Patet a Osores which i believed to be wholly reliable i had been informed that the president had Hsen teen of different occasion Aad la tos presence of Many Veraun. La an intoxicated condition. From the substantial Aad detailed Charae Ter of these statement i a apposed there wag so doubt a to Tbs facts alleged. I therefore made this Slutts stir to a matter of to Boito report Basing my Coc Denoe on Tbs testimony of personal and. I suppose credible the names of these witnesses obviously a cannot Ortto propriety reveal since sharing Toler knowledge to common with Many they might justly shrink from being singled not Only they Baa equally with theme Ives ocular a coot a a a i unt singled out and called to verify Tost to which had Torfli foie the that if my statement reproducing such testimony 1� not in Harmony the Hafets. I regret having made 14 i could use Toti Tov Dost any Rafte the Fang anything Jay Ira of a of the presi Das or of any Pate i a Hato Evaa the Otoe being Ose of conflict of Toat Mosy Between Anta Kaaa a a equal credibility. 1 cannot decide. Totels a ens Tete a settee site Toem toe Teeth Noay f withdraw tos stats Inott As steer Agot Adles a riif1"to in Jitong a a a a a a a raft too United flt Otea the to. To the president to the Peate Hal Rush of Waters Mui Baba to aeon a april 9.�?the Large Mill a a Fursee it a the Merite Bette company m formerly the Ohio Aad Nesnay Lank Gate gave Ter Ante a morn Tif a a a High water monday to mag and the we water rushed in t torrent Down the Jota Fott Oft Law few ,4.n of i 5 a Lett tag 5 the in Lincoln i so Paul heart the Wheeling w. A april 11.�?at 8 20 of clock tuesday morn my one of the most fearful disasters in Hie a Story of what diag occurred. Two of the handsomest buildings in the City fell in with scarcely a moment s warning burying a dozen men within the ruins. The structures were each five stories High and were occupied by t. T. Hutchison St co., wholesale dealers in leather and hardware and w. Chapman St sons dealers in painters and builders supplies. The Chapman building waa commenced last fall and was nearing completion when the Accident occurred. The two buildings Are adjoining the Hutchisson being on Thorner of Alley 9 and main Street. The ruins caught fire and before the fire department arrived were giving Rise to a dense blinding smoke which made the work of rescuing very do Fol a it at noon the following men had been taken out dead or Are known to be lost a father f. Park vicar general w. St prof cd Bard merchant Bucko Bannon. W. A Eugene Burke an employee of Hutchisson a Wincher boy employed by Hutch lesson k co. Harry Covel Western Union me a a eager Michael Horan the injured Are t. T. Hutchinson senior member of Hutch Asnon a of. One rib broken and internal injuries will probably recover o. By Williams Carpenter severe cuts on the head not serious g. W. Clifton Carpenter severe cuts on head not serious m. Ford Salesman hip broken Charlea Haller bookkeeper and h. Blum escaped a a a the cause of the Accident waa the def Cave construction of the Hutek son building which was weakened year or so ago by the addition of two stories Banks in Good condition. Comptroller issues a statement covering a National institutions. Washington april 8.�?statement of the condition of All the National Banks in the United states at Elope of business March 5 having reached the comptroller of the currency a statement has been compiled showing the condition of the 3,928 Banks in the aggregate. On the who the National Banks of the United states As shown by this important statement Are in Good condition. There Are now nine National Banks less in the United states than there were december 19. Following Are some figures taken from the statement the total of individual deposits is $1,67, 845,286.28, being 17.646,0�.� less than it was december 1� last the total of United states deposits la 124.56�, 195.7�, being 114,411.79x1� More than on december 19. The total of Loans and discounts la $1,961.841.832. Being 82,677,142.88 less than on december 19. The total Gold oof on hand in Banka waa $120,856.575.18, or $6,9&7a28 26 More than on december 19. The total of Gold Treasury certificate is $�.400.860, about $4,000.000 Leas than on december 19. The Silver dollars on hand aggregate $7.263,610, or 1908$ More than on do sober. 1 Silver Treasury certificates on hand aggregate 129,-�0,887, almost tos Tome aum a waa held when the Banks last reported Silver Small Coin on hand aggregate .956,9� 18, almost the Ham a a a held before. Tim total specie now held is �?z$220.931.641.86, being ,890.41x66 More than waa on hand december 19. The sum of United St Tea Bonds on Deposit to secure circulation la now $196,787011, and the sum to secure United states deposits 6,406.360. Or $11,-$�4�0 More than out december 19. The stocks securities Etc. New held by National Banks aggregate . The sum due state Banka and private Banka la $180,970,706 84 the aggregate of Natton amp a Bank notes outstanding is 1169,766,091.50,. ,3 a. A it a f As 4? it under water. Kingston n. Y., april 11.�?a heavy Hood has been raging in the Hudson River and the streams in this Section caused by a steady rain that fell for Twenty four hours. People Are moving into the upper stories of their houses at Eddyville Rosendale High Falls Kerhonkson and other place thousands of dollars Worth of damage was done along the Ulster St Delaware Railroad. Another storm is looked for and if the rainfall is heavy it is feared the guard lock at Eddyville will be washed out. Boston april it the heavy rainfall during monday night has swollen All streams in new England tremendously. The Stone dam at Bernard Ston mass., went out tuesday morn southerner for president. Washington april a the Preva Lonee of opinion Here in official and other circles is singularly favourable to to a position taken by the Washington port that no season exists Why the South being represented in Congress Cabinet and Sapru a court could not if Tali i have on of its prominent men named a the demo Era tic annd Date for the presidency of the United Batca senator Hill of mfr York in a Telegram Days that a any policy which seeks to debase an otherwise acceptable candidate simply of the Section of country wherein a he Reldea i unpatriotic in. Wise and the senator Tif Irta to favor a Southern Man for president j k Oil takes s 1 a a a Pittsburgh pa., april 11.�?1there is a Prospect that the of excitement of Twenty years ago will be repeated Tod Quot Spring and summer. Oil. Producers Are beginning to Feelth Infin gym. And speculators a Are looking Forward to a revival of the Exchange which have been practically dead for ten years. It is predicted that Petro Benm will go to 88 by August the 6& Fields Are virtually though drilling has been energetically prosecuted for Mem Tbs no new Fields of any consequence have been developed. As a Tete the daily pro Dot Tiona crude pet Deal has fallen Oft until p to now 80,000 barrels Trail than the was Virtor april 11.�?attacks will both pm those portions that vote Axil of were sustained by tie vote and on Sourat fresh Points Mil passed pm or the particular Cam a decided monday. Attorney j. M. Wilson who repro a anted a Ltd of Anatols fit to Rae part Eatriss. Ibid tue a it a Rthur Lof v.�. A tit the plans for peace. Ill off Japan a cat utom by in Aco Ted. Washington april Cable Ezsou nement that seven of Japan a right conditions have been accepted by Pepee commissioner i Hung Chang is very Gratifying to diplomats Here who have no longer by doubt that a peace proclamation will speedily result. A understood in Washington the eight conditions were As follows x Independence of cores 2. Cession of Formosa t cession of Liau Tong Promontory including port Arthur. 4. War indemnity. 6. Admission of machinery into China and permission of foreigners to establish factories 6 modification of Likin tax and Extension to the system of transit passes for imports. 7. Opening certain chinese Rivers to Commerce including the Yang tse Kiang to Chung King the Slang from Hankow on the Yang tse Kiang. The Kan ton River to on Chow and the Woosung and its canals As far As Suchow and hang Chow. X hallway privileges and similar concessions to the japanese Aad foreign capitalists. In addition to these conditions it is believed that certain promises have been or will be exacted from China or. Terms of which Are to remain secret a condition which it is thought has hot yet been accepted by i Hung Chang is that numbered three above providing for the occupation of a portion of the territory known As the regents sword and the Citadel of port Arthur. That this would be most strenuously opposed by China has All Ahng been undoubted and it has been predicted that it might pm Ove stumbling Block of such dimensions As to prevent peace unless some Compromise could be agreed upon As to the length of the occupation the chinese being Likely to insist that it should not be permanent All the other condition except tha of indemnity have been the subject of diplomatic consideration for Many years and All the treaty Powers Are As deeply interested in them As Japan has been. The United states has been particularly Active in urging the abolition of the Likin tax which is not unlike the Octroi of France though less reasonable and less limited than the French system. The Independence of Corea has always been a Contention and the United states has firmly maintained that Corea was to be treated As an Independent nation since her minister at Washington waa recognized ten years ago. The Viceroy Lias he lies wounded at Shimono Seki has indulged in some reflections that show the character of the Many a mind. In conversation with with those about him he frankly admits the weakness displayed by China and expresses regret for it for her Sake but at the same time thinks that the defeat of China will Advance the cause of civilization in the East and is therefore not altogether regrettable. London april 11.�?the standards Berlin correspondent says a i Farn from a chinese source that there is reason to doubt the present optimistic expect Atkyns of peace. Japan has not abated her excessive demands especially As to the cession of pert of Manchuria to which China on no account will a a Vav a Michigan state news. Dropped deed. Or Henry b. Ledyard wife of the president of to be my of Chi a Central Railroad company dropped dead from heart disease while walking along the Street near her Home in bet Oitt or. Ledyard left he office at the Michigan Central office about aet do a or to go Home to luncheon and there when a Toby it Rte of Fri Raj is Rah sudden death was conveyed to pc sctt mrs. Ledyard was mry do Hommedieu of Cincinnati and she was married to or. Ledy Iid october 15, 1867. She leaves one daughter and three sons. A banker swindled a Clever swindler has Beera Vieths izing the country bonkers North of port Huron. His scheme we i an ingenious one Lik a Charm. He would write a letter to the. Banker As head of a big firm enclose a Check payable to a certain person himself and also enclose a copy of Bis own signature. Several Day after he would Call be identified by the hotel keeper endorse the Check in an exact counter part of the specimen signature and draw the Money without question Yale Marlette and other Banks have suffered. J a health in Michigan. During the week ended March 30, reports sent in by forty four observers in various portions of the state to the state Board erf health indicated that Plevritis and pneumonia increased in area of prevalence. Consumption a reported at 147 places typhoid fever at eight diphtheria at Twenty four Scarlet fever at thirty two measles at fifteen and smallpox at Betry if grand rapids and Watson. Do of mtg i candidate of i to Law. Lenry Wolff the Defeated candidate Lor City treasurer of Muskegon on the Republican ticket commenced suit for $10,00� damages against sheriff Smith of Muskegon county for slander. Smith is a Republican but opposed Wolff a nomination. He is accused of eff Culat ing stories about Wolff who is the Lead ing music dealer of the City., miscarriage of Justice. A bit Justice Horton explain the hypnotism ca���?3edonald was guilty. Topera kan., april 11.�?in an interview chief Justice Horton of the Kansas supreme court explains away the general acceptation that the court had recognized hypnotism As a defensive plea in a murder Case. The facts in the Case Are these a Man named Gray procured a gun and incited a Man named Mcdonald to kill one Patton. Gray made Mcdonald believe that Patton was to reducing the character of mrs. Mcdonald. Mcdonald who did the killing was acquitted. Gray was convicted m the lower court and the supreme court affirmed the decision. Judge Horton says a the Mcdonald Case was not presented to Tbs Supre Ftfe court. If it had been and the same evidence presented to us the supreme court had it the Power would have ruled for Mcdonald s conviction. The acquittal of Mcdonald seems to have been a miscarriage of Couf Ltd up it i he Calm a a Riley the coloured robber who shot Fred Williams in Mason confessed and sheriff Mceuen of Lansing accompanied by about a dozen Mason people found $55 of the stolen Money in the place where Riley said it was. Fred Williams the injured map was Able to walk about the House and was recovering rapidly. the fatal boiler zip Toilo. Boiler in the boiler House of the Mill Plant of Emery so Simpson at Saginaw exploded wrecking the boiler House and killing Frank Kelley a labourer. John Hartel night watchman was injured about the head probably fatally Frank Carpenter the Engineer slightly Hurt. 8�ntone� confirmed. In a unanimous opinion the state supreme court affirmed the sentence of Stonewall j. De France to noted Bank swindler who was sentenced to Jackson prison for fifteen years for defrauding the first National Bank at Kalamazoo out of $5,000 by Means of a forged draft. Another test. Validity of the income tax Law again to be Lar ought up. New York april 11.�?it is announced that the income Law will again be tested in the United states courts in a suit brought by Charles Allen against the. Illinois Central Railroad in which it is asked that the Railroad be restrained from paying the income tax on the ground that the $4,090 exemption is unconstitutional. Or. Allen lives in Greenfield mass., and the suit is brought in. The United states court of this District Allen is supposed to represent some big opponents of the tax inasmuch As lie owns Only five shares of the Railroad Stock. The suit will be conducted by Seward Guthrie. Mora we to and Steele with Joseph a a. Choate As associate counsel. Allen alleges that his income from Tibe Railroad Stock is Leas than $4,000, and is that his income will be. Reduced considerably if the tax is paid. St. Paul Suco omeally la Mtoto. Philadelphia april big Steamer St Paul which disappointed so Nanny person sen March 35 hgr refusing to Budge a fete the Waya was Success fully launched at 1 05 of clock wednesday afternoon at get Elf shipyard in the presence of nearly 20,000 persons. Tito Steamer was christened by miss France e. Grissom daughter of the president of the International navigation company. I a Al frito Advance. Decatur in april 1l�?the Advance in the Price of manufactured goods was fixed by the executive committee of the wholesale saddlery association of the United states at 5 to 20 per a an average of a fac per. Cent. This was made necessary because of Cost. Of raw Terito a 5 k a i. Nig Mot in a amp Luis a fax april 11�?the Susquehanna Rob Iii Mill the largest i this Section of the state was destroyed a More wednesday hmm $90,000 partly Conri by Tesu Ranerth Quot a \ a a a a it. Alwy of to fat a a is a a j Concord n. H., april 10.the executive commit Feloi the society of the army of the Potomac has arranged to hold the Fin fall me i Tel. Reunion at new London conn., on a be 18 and la be the ova Tor and h. C. B Rennan of Kew Yoi a a use Ikirt a Quot Hakma. I tto Nerv n. Night Bai Short Bat newly items. The Tamarack House a notorious Den at rapid River on the sob Road was raided by the sheriff and a but Tiro of the inmates escaped. One Hundred thousand acres of farm and Timber land in Delta Alger and school raft counties were sold by the North new England debenture company for $130,000.fifty three teachers took the teachers examination at Tawas City which is the largest number Ever enrolled at a single examination in Iosco county. A Small child of Charles Bopst living in the City of Marshall was accidentally scalded by an older sister resulting in death in a few hours. William Jolly a married Man aged 87, residing in Brockway was arrested at Yale on a charge of assaulting the 12-year-old daughter of Edward King. Rev. Or. Mcgreaham of the presbyterian Church at St. Louis will make trouble for any of his flock that put their names on liquor Bonds. A. The Standard Oil company filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of state at Lansing and paid a franchise fee of $1,750 to the state raft its capital Stock of ,500,000. W. Case Beers House and Content la urged at Hillsdale and mrs. Case Beer who was asleep narrowly escaped. The state census taken in june 1894, showed the number of sheep in Michigan to be $,443,971, a decrease of 68$,-954 since 1884. The Wool crop of 1894 was 14,696,888, an average of &j8 pounds per head. It a / ? capt. A. Ford Bursley a Well known vessel Captain Defeated last fall few treasurer of Chippewa county killed himself at Saub St. Marie while despondent. The work of removing a he water fro Franklin Junior formerly the Peninsula Atine at Houghton has been completed below the fourth level and mining operation resumed5 j. R. Gowdy was killed on the grand rapids it Indiana Road near the tru verse City depot he fell Between the coaches. He was the proprietor of the Occidental hotel 60 years eld Ted leaves a wife and daughter. The season ice fishing on Green a Over and to up their nets. Is Over a Ftp a the fishermen have Eft Bay pulled Williams landlord of the seventeen years Haas retired h. Boone having purchased Fife hater Ert. 1a. William Nichols acted cd a my car a Rydh do Bratec Rte Ter Wui iams ton was Dueh arged upon examination at Lansing. The murder qua stir number fed Tepu it go Fra it i a Drunken Krawl j at a Eja Cahaba Aud one of their number Pitet ? Loen Wuu severely slashed top. The land a i u1 company and Tat a Tel decide a want How Muio Ted.

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