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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 14, 1895, South Haven, MichiganQuot a Obj. 29. South Hla Vest mich., december 14, 1895. 3sto. 31-. A of few Rwei a Erad a of Texa. Pugilist have they it deaf and Tut new Treman a a reached fat height i old a Pawnee Man a aned for divorce and the Recto Ratip of Iii tone Hestor a am. To governor of Kentucky la either a joker or a full believer in the reformatory Power of a woman. Be pardoned a life sentenced convict a provided he would marry at Arrico 80 years of successful work to humanity behalf mrs. Elisabeth Cady Stanton has begun to learn to play on the piano. Pew people get through life without striking a the lost or the 154 men who were lynched in this country during the seven months ended september 90 last 88 were White. Thus do we see How race distinctions Are gradually being obliterated As civilisation advances. Test 1 a it is an astonishing fact a says the Troy Telegram a that there is not in the United states a town City county or Post office t hat bears the name of shake perhaps thera is hone that could live up to after 30 years of litigation Samuel Holladay of san Francisco Baa won his fight against that City for Possession of a 50-acre lot forming the highest part of Lafayette Park one of san Francisco a most Beautiful pleasure grounds. Stygar King have Meyer of new York has been made a Baron by the emperor of Austria Hungary. In this country he is known As a King and Frans Josef ought to have known better than to Send him such a subordinate title. At Knoxville tenn., Polly trannum celebrated her 105th birthday. Her eyesight and hearing were both Good and she had never used a pet Aries or taken a of free of Medicine. The firm of Hofman a Alexander wholesale dealers in menus furnishing goods in san Francisco were burned out the loss being $800,000. Advices from the seen def the murders in Arizona committed by renegade ape Che Indiana say that nine persons were killed. Grant Hibbs aged 32, shot Hia wife probably fatally and then killed himself near Dexter. La. He was insane. At Kansas City the e. P. Cowen wholesale lumber company failed for $100,000. A the failure was announce of the a. The failure was announce of the a. of the organized work e Burkhart company dealers in furs t United states. Ii Are Wadi is having an enthusiastic reception in South Australia. The people of that country will be glad to see Mark Rise above his financial troubles end finish up the remaining years of Hia life in Jiencke and Prosperity. His books now yield him a Large income. The United states leads Ell nations in its educational facilities a fact which is proved by the manner in which the people Avail themselves of Tebee privileges. The report of the Federal commits Ion of education show s that in 1884 the enrolment of pupils in Public schools was 14,012,498, and a private schools 1,517,770.___ a Gex. Miles proposes to use the bicycle in the army service not in Battle hot for the dispatch service and for the movement of infantry rapidly from to Point to Point to meet threatening danger. There Are already Over 4,000 expert bicycle riders in the service and he proposes to merge these into companies regiments and brigades. There Are 13,176 Miles of Street railway lines now in operation in the United states according to the statistics in poor s directory an increase of #,614 Miles Over 1891. Of the total mileage 10,238 Miles Are operated by electricity 578 Miles by Cable 409 Miles to steam Dummy engines and there Are still 1,950 Miles operated by horse or mule Power. Kit gland is buying largely our american draft horses. This year three times As Many have been shipped to England As in any former year. The prices for horses in the United states Are such that they can be shipped to England cheaper than they can be raised there and they Are better Stock. The average Price received recently for a Large shipment wus $155 per Hea. The United states will have to make great improvement in country roads before the horseless Carriage will take the place of the faithful horse. The horseless Carriage on a dirt Road will prove a failure. If its introduction will Hety the people to better country roads As the bicycle is doing it will be or Blessing. Not More railroads but better country roads is the crying need of these times. Estimates Are to be made by the department to ascertain the Cost of at Buffalo the Soo and at the end of Lake Huron to maintain the level of the lakes. The water in Lake Erie a three feet lower than usual. This Low water is no doubt due to the deficient rainfall of the past two years but Lake Erie it is known has been shoaling for the last 20 year from causes other than drought. The culture of olives is becoming an important part of the great fruit Industry of California. Over 800,000 Trees have been planted during the pres fent year and it a expected that at least a 1.000,000 will be put out in the next year. The total area of Olive Orchards in the is 21,000 acres valued at about and the value of the crop gathered from 5,000 Trees �160,000. Southern California is admirable hated in soil and climate to the production of olives of the Best Quality and the same is True of the Vattey in Arizona and of some portions of new Mexico. Comma yes Palioca of the British Survey inf our Guin recently found deeper spot in the Ocean than any prety reached. In the South a i latitude 2$ degrees 40 minutes Longitude 176 degrees ten min he sunk a sounding wire Down a distance of 4,900 fathoms or a Little r Ore Sihau five and one half Miles when broke without having touched any the deepest cast previously of 4,656 fathoms made ave epitome of the week. Interest i no news compilation. Fifty fourth a Noress i the find tech of the first Oes too. I Washington dec. were Intro deed a the Senate yesterday for the i unlimited coinage of Gold and Silver in connection with other nations to pre vent the carrying of obscene literature on railroads to have All the Silver in the Treasury coined into subsidiary Coin and providing for the Quot repeal of All Laws authorizing the issuance of interest bearing Bonds. A Resolution was introduced for the recognition of the belligerency of cuban insurgents and an i other declaring it to be the sense of the Senate that it was unwise and inexpedient to retire the greenbacks. Adjourned to the 9th. The not in cession. Washington Dee. 7.�?the Senate was not in session yesterday. In the House Bills were introduced to Levy a duty on Wool to Amend the act incorporating the maritime canal company of Nicaragua to repeal the interstate Commerce Law to prohibit the appointment of sirens to office under the government. J petitions were presented for theadis j Sion of Oklahoma Arizona and new i Mexico to statehood and for the recognition of the cubans As belligerents adjourned until the 9th a or eos Tating of seven men. Went 1 Washington dec. 10. A Bills were the her. A a 1 introduced in the Senate yesterday to j Grant a pension of $200 a month to the widow of the late Secretary of state i Gen. W. Q. Gresham to form the in. Dian territory into the territory of in pianola to disfranchised citizens of the j United states who solicit or accept the deed it titles patents of nobility or degrees o August Nileen fatally shot Annie Honor from foreign nations to Stob by. Fatge Ltd 16 at Peshtigo wis. Be i Lish postal savings Bank. Because she refund to marry him and i Gan spoke on the subject of the Behring billed himself. I sea indemnity claims. 1 he nomination tremendous crowd assembled in of Rufus h. Peckham of new Ork to. T attend the inauguration of be associate Justice of the a Republican Pov Emor supreme court was confirmed. In h we Mam 0 Bradey. House resolutions were presented Cal i negate band of indians from the ing for the correspondence in the Wal reservation murdered a fam erase pc the sad Simeon been stricken from the Rolls a Mee a Arizona. March 4. 1893. Or in re a. At Topeka. Kan., the Atchison. To Washington dec. Cul a Tinta Fera Road was sold at Lorn 111. Adds cd the Cnute Esur. Auto inn under decree of the Day in support of a frosted states circuit court to Edward a memorial was introduced for to York for $60,000,000. Ignition of the z i x,.ar Milford. Ind., or. Levi Keehn was Edards wife was in making for higher duties on their prod cult murder of miss Catherine net. A bin was introduced member 3. .894, Harry Hay a hanged Minneapolis. I the United state. The time m the foreign intelligence House was occupied in discussing a res Tfaye Rigi Ian coast furious gales solution by or. Barrett mass for the failed causing the loss of much impeachment of ambassador i Homas Pj-0p Gay and Many lives. F. Bayard w to is charged with having a the population of Berlin. Germany expressed reflections upon this govern by a ent census is 1,674,112. Mentus policy and the people of the j the question of the extra guard United states in a speech delivered in j hip of the pow ers the situation at Lon Edinburgh Scotland recently. An i 8lantinople remained unchanged and amendment to change the word a him opinion was divided As to whether the a peach Mentz to a a censure was adopted j was due to a fear of causing a j Der _ a a in 1 a i m a a mks 1 in labors interest. The american Feder Euon site in session at Kew a Wail a a. Mcbride cold Ems bob4 it a a cd sad Vrem Wormin a political pwn a ran a a a reports of of Floen a Carlisle Deno Oabed. New York dec. 10.�?the convention of the american federation of labor was opened monday at the Madison Square Garden. Labor leaders from All Over the country Canada and great Britain Are present to lend their prestige to the importance of the convention a an assemblage of the leading in Cincinnati for $250,0000. In their Home at Bear Willow va., John Feagans and Hia wife an aged couple were robbed Ami murdered. The death of Daniel f. Miller 8r�?z of Keokuk la., occurred at Omaha aged 8j years. He served in compress from the first Iowa District when it included the entire Southern half of the state. In Colorado the Gold product the past year w As $16,000,000 and the Silver product $30,000,000. In a Gale off Huron Isle about 4q Miles from Marquette mich., the tug Pearl b. Campbell was lost and her in fire wiped out the business portion of Clinton the county seat of Calumet county i. At Coal Creek col., William Ray shot and killed his wife and then killed him a Elf. They were very Young and Quad Long Claas of the United states. John Mcbride president of the federation called the convention to order. Johh my Bride federa Pees id ext Tsoh. In a introduced j. W. Sullivan of this City who delivered the address of Welcome. President Mcbride responded in appropriate terms. A committee on credentials waa announced and the convention took a recess until two of clock in order to give the committee time to prepare its report. There were Only one or two contesting delegations. C Tislim Sny a address. Upon the reassembling of the convention the committee on credentials reported in favor of seating 83 delegates and that there were six protests for the consideration of which the committee asked further time. The report was accepted. The chairman announced the committees after which he read a Hia annual report. A the rear a said president Mcbride Quot has been noted for the Large number of mall or local rather than Large prolonged Quot the largest and longest strike Quot the report 0 a was that of the Coal Miner in Pennsylvania. Ohio Indiana West Ronto and Virginia. The settlements made while giving higher Price to mine labourers did not give the satisfaction and Security that the strikers wanted and because of this the year has been one of age i tation and uncertainty in mining districts. The officials of the United mine worker a ave had a hard year s work Andl it now looks As though their efforts bring out of chaos would be rewarded by Parent gains in the Field of labor during the past year the agitation and education that is progressing along economic Jiffies 1 particularly a feb report of John b. Lennon treasurer shows that the total income Dor tag the year was $18,943.54 total expenses $16,618.43 balance in Banda of treasurer $2.331.11. Pm mid Day a session. New York dec. Iez the second Days n Ion of the american federation of labor began at 9 30 of clock tuesday morning. President John Mcbride presided. Mrs. Eva me Donald Valleh of Minneapolis addressed the meeting. Numerous notices of resolutions were read and referred to the committees. The session waa enlivened soon after the proceedings began by the Intro action of a Resolution denouncing Secretary Carlisle for alleged violation of the eight hour Law in the Treasury department and requesting president Cleveland to prefer charges against him. It was introduced by e. H. Diehl of the pattern makers National league. Tho Resolution waa adopted and it will be forwarded to the president. It specifically states that the Secretary knew that the eight hour Law waa flagrantly violated in All the departments of the Treasury service that he had paid no attention to repeated demands to have the Law respected and that his failure to comply with the demands tended to jeopardize the Success of the movement in the states. A number of resolutions were handed in at the afternoon session among them being one favouring free coinage. A Resolution having for Ito object the endorsement by the federation of the Effort of the International Union of Horseshoe is to secure a nine hour work Day was approved. The report of the executive Council which is composed of messes. John Mcbride p. J. Mcfuire a Mea Duncan ready Kenehan Thomas j. Elderkin John b. Lennon and a. Mccraith was was submitted and read to the convention tuesday afternoon. The report showed in detail what the Council had done during the past year in settling disputes among the different unions. President John Mcbride was exonerated of the charges that during a strike in Pennsylvania he had accepted a bribe. Wonderful nerve. It waa displayed by Hayward on a the cd show. Want Bayard impeached. Leaf Dewbra charge him with a americas get Easom be the federation. Farther details of his by Eek Tola has speech from the scaffold a do Nom that he has left t a confession. Slain renegade by apaches. Warpath in adjourned to the 12th. Fanatical outbreak against the christians by the Mussulman subjects of the from Washington. Sultan or to a dread of a dash ensuing the postmaster general issued an Between the Powers themselves. Order prohibiting postal employees from the russian and German cabinets working for legislation in their inter would not consent to any aggressive Eft the penalty being dismissal from policy with regard to the crisis in per vice Turkey. The secret service Bureau discovered the Well known journalist and a new counterfeit five Dollar Bank note o,., George Augustus Sala died at on the fort Dearborn National Bank a Brighton England aged 67 years of Chicago series of 1882, portrait of j Yorty Miles North of Cape Wrath on Garfield. The colors Are Poirer than the Northwestern extremity of Scot the genuine. The British Steamer Principia dispatches announce that this gov capt. Stannard took fire and was deem men twill protest vigorously against j troyed and 27 of her Crew perished. Engine prohibiting be importation of the controversy Between the am american sheep after january. Bassadore of the Powers and the Sultan in the United states the v Isible sup of Turkey Over the question of admin ply of Grain on he 9th was wheat j 8ion 0f additional guard ships for the Date $5,000,600 last year was not Only securing higher wages but by wining out of existence the company or As it is better known the truck store sys tem a system by which mine workers have been shamefully the recent Bond issues of the jjvj"1-ment were handled most unmercifully in the report. Says its author a the greatest crime of the 19th Century i and the most remarkable Ever perpetrated i upon our people was that committed by the present National administration in adding to the bonded indebtedness of our country during a time of peace. The attempt to maintain a Gold Reserve of $100.-096 000 by a contract such As was made with the Belmont Morgan Syndicate was to say the least but a farce Only insofar Asit was intended to Blind the people to the fact that they were being robbed deliberately and unmercifully in the interests of Eastern Bankers and bondholders whose Only desire has been Ana now is the perpetuation of a system of bonded indebtedness on the part of the indians on the Arizona. Deming n. M., dec. 9.�?news from the scene of the murders in Arizona committed by renegade apaches from the ban Carlos reservation states that the troops from fort Bayard and Grant Are on the Trail and that it leads to the line of old Mexico into the Sierra Madre mountains the stronghold of the renegades for year. By treaty soldiers can Cross the International Boundary to pursue the indians but the country is so rough and mountainous that it is very improbable that they will e or get within 100 mile of the murderers. In All six murders Are reported the first crime being committed on last monday on Eagle Creek when three Brothers named Hinton and a Man named be amp rules were killed and horribly mutilated. On tuesday a Farmer named Merrill and his 16-year-old Niece were slain in the Roal six Miles West of Ash Springs. The girl had been outraged and the body was fearfully mutilated. The scenes Are on the Borders of the reservation and Many Miles Distant from telegraphic communication so that Complete particulars Are not obtainable. These crime do not indicate an outbreak or serious trouble being the work of a few murderous Buck whose action is condemned by the reservation indians who Are contented. Deming n. M., dec. 11.�?another murder of a family is reported from the Carlos Valley in Arizona of the re of Grain on the 9th was wheat Sion of additional guard ships Lor the bonded indebtedness on the Pari or Ine Mui 000 bushels Corn 5,027,000 Bush Protection of the embassies was settled a government. The Eastern i san a a , 6,001,000 Busbee Rye 1.451, the nuance of an Trade granting z 5�d one. I. A a in k . I 4v. Nanak Corv firm ans to Nermit the indebtedness has i the san los reservation our Teui the father Mother and 000 bushels Barley 5,754,000 bushels. The necessary firm ans to permit the in session in Washington the re pub guard ships to pass the Dardanelles. Bean National committee unanimously the number of homeless armenians adopted june 16 As the Date of meeting j in tace six northeastern Vila yets of Asia of the convention and named St. Louis a minor waa said to be nearly a half Miles the place the fifth and final ballot i Bou. J standing St. Louis 29 san Francisco a new census shows that Mexico has 16 Chicago 6. 196 cities 469 town. 5,213 villages 8,872 december returns to the statistical haciendas or Large estates and 29,000 division of the department of Agricul-1 farm or ranches Ture show the condition of Winter wheal nfw1 on december 1 averaged for the country Ull w Viv a v _ serve until new Bonds replace the old ones and an interest bearing indebtedness has been again established and the life of the National Banks prolonged beyond the present generation of the report earnestly urges that the convention clearly define the position it islands to hold along political Unes. Presi 81.4 per cent., against 89 last year. The East. In new York a Trust comprising almost every carpet factory in the country was formed and the Price of tacks was advanced to almost double the former rates. The prohibition National executive committee in session select Pittsburgh a the place for holding the next National convention and May 27 As the time. J. P. Riply a distiller at Lawrence Burg ky., failed for $300,000. The grangers Bank of California one Errata. Injun Tnger Dhu Kui Vii Munny a a explosion of a can of Gunpowder of the oldest commercial Banks in san at Charleroi pa., killed the three Young Francisco went into voluntary Liquidara children of Mike Andre Jam a Coal to on i _ t to Rieu Aly civic Fisk Stoa it Bottom was that a we i years ago Aast of the kure Island s5 Japan by Ike United states ship Tua Calora under commander now tear Admiral Belknap. The new a ogre Savona directory says the House of the 64th Congress is composed of 223 lawyers 24 Farmers 1$ newspaper men 16 merchant 15 manufacturers 9 physicians 6 Bankers 5 lumbermen 3 brokers 4 Railroad men 3 College professors 2 clergymen 8 ship owners 2 Minera 8 builders i Printer 1 architect 1 druggist j theatrical manager 1 to cobol teacher i music teacher and 16 with no other business than politics. The Senate contain 60 lawyers 6 merchants 3 newspaper men 8 Farmer 3 Railroad men 2 clergymen 8 Minera 1 physician t manufacturer 1 banker 1 ship builder 5 politicians. Of August 9 a it will Home a total eclipse of the sub the Way astr to Roar take time by the Forelock i show a in up news Jatoi pubic bed that a Schooner yacht to already in preps a Tom the take scientific men to Japan a Barf for Acupan can by urzt i of town. L flames in Rutherford a de troyed half a dozen buildings including the poet office and four persons perished in the flames. The american federation of labor began it 15th annual convention in new York with delegates present from All Over the United states Lanada and great Britain. Fire destroyed the business portion of Ridgefield conn., the loss being $100,000. 4 the largest wholesale clothing House in Boston Whitten Burdette a com and assigned with liabilities of $500,-000. On the Hudson River navigation cd it aed for the season. Last year the River remained open until december 25. In the homeward trip the fishing Schooner Ethel Maud of Boston lost four of the Crew. # in session in new York the american federation of labor adopted a Resolution denouncing Secretary Carlisle for alleged violation of the eight hour Law in the Treasury department. West and South. A. J. Carroll dem Defeated c a. Blata rep for the legislature at an in Louisville. This ties the general Assembly. Fire destroyed the building in Chicago occupied by a. Wolf a co., dealers in general merchandise the loss being $300.000. For the season of 1895 navigation on the lakes has closed. While temporarily Insana Rev. Hiram Hillard a Baptist preacher 8f years of age suicide at i Home near Golden to. To a letter trend or. Ritas of Memphis tenn., now a missionary la Armenia say that Over 160,000 armenian Bare been butchered mostly men tearing the women an children i awful poverty ays that there is Imp doubt that All these outrages were committed with the Sanction of the Sultan. In Chicago p building occupied by piano for and shoe firms waa a find the Loas being $100,000. The supreme court of Iowa decided that a physician May advertise his business and not violate the statute. John Hokan and John Davey were killed by falling slate in the Coal mine at Fox tue ind., and Edward Pendorf met a similar death at Rosed ale. Water Burat into a Colliery at Cong Ireland flooded the Shaft to a depth of 150 feet and drowned six men. Fire destroyed the building in Chi Cago occupied by d. H. Fritts a co., picture Frame manufacturers and caused a damage of $100.000. Mrs Nancy j. Thompson aged 78 years. Was found starved and Frozen to death near Maple Oty Kan. St. Meme Lianusa orphan Asylum at St. Francis wis., was burned the loss being Over $100,000. There were 200 children in the building but All were safely removed. At the meeting in new York of the american federation of labor Resol a to Kotfis were adopted protesting against the passage in Congress of the compulsory arbitration Bill and 1 capital punishment. Representative e. Woomer. Of Pennsylvania representing the fourth District fell on a Slippery sidewalk in Washington and broke his left leg. At Trebizond the Bishop and five ecclesiastics were burned alive by Turk while seeking Refuge in a build ing. Fresh outrages also occurred in other part of Asia minor. A the discovery m the dissenting room of a medical College at Topeka Kan., of the bodies of three women stolen from cemeteries of used a riot that required the calling out of troops. The cholera wan raging again to Rua aia to an alarming extent. Washington dec. 18.�?in the Senate Bens Tor Cockrell presented the memo rial of the Kansas City Board of Trade asking Eon grass to Grant belligerent rights to Cuba. Senator Hill offered i iwo Letlon of lest session for amendment of the rules by providing for cloture and Tibe counting of fb6> rums the House was not in session Isth jul gom pubs xxx Prosl Dirr of federation. Dent Mcbride a Aid that the Denver convention by keep state and distinct Voten adopted 12 declarations of political belief but amp motion to adopt the whole was Defeated. _ a. A a whether a he continued the declaration made at the Denver convention Are approved or disapproved by you the a Elf evident truth confront a that wage workers cannot Hope to be free in the Hope mines and factories while tru sin in party slavery to the polls As an organisation we May decide to leave politic alone but unfortunately for the interest of the organisation and it member politic will Notri a alone hence we Are compelled not from a sentimental hut from a purely business standpoint to consider and act politically in such manner and along a Uch lines As will yield practical resulta to the Trade Union movement in its efforts to ameliorate the wage workers condition in life. While disagreeing Over different isms we will ail agree that Reform Are needed and it should be our purpose at this time to act ouly on matter of moment upon which All Are to Hearty Accord and if this is done it will be an easy matter to form a plan of action both political and cooperative that will succeed in taking from our Federal courts Powers which have lately been arrogated by and not delegated to them to agree upon a method of aborted ing the hour of Laboi by legislation to eight per Day or Lea thus enhancing the value of work and wages. At this time it is not Independent party but Independent voting that will accomplish Beneficent and speedy results by cooperating in the support of men and measures favourable to labor inter Esta you would soon have All parties striving to secure the votes of organised labor by this method the nationalizing of the of transportation and common Tea ton could be accomplished and the municipal ownership of water beat Light Power plants be assured. Tbs Beer teary reported that during a be year the organization spent for the defense of miners and other unions for the 1 of Debs the lecturing tour of bum mid Holmes Ete $3447. Tbs Imd pts for the gear were $18,943.54 expenses $1618.42, leaving e Balanc on hand october 31, 1896, of $2331.12 the Secretary say Tbs total am wit contributed to Tbs Debs find this year and Tost was $1,386.41. Be of Tumes a a thus we Osnato report any Greet a cannot be had. Three children were slain on thursday following the killing of or. Merrill and i daughter. The murdered family were German who had recently come to this Section from the East for the purpose of taking up a Homestead. The killing i reported to have occurred near fort Bowie the military Post recently abandoned by the United states troops. _ our relations with Germany the Tariff situation u discussed la the Reich Stag. Berlin dec. 10.�?in the Reich Stag monday Baron Marschal von Bieberstein minister of foreign affairs in reply to Herr Fritzene a remarks concerning the Tariff situation Between Germany and the United states a Aid that the american Congress had some time since adopted a differential duty upon sugar Germany protested against this and or. Cleveland did loyally All that he had the Power to do in the matter but Congress Refus to modify Ito previous action. Germany he declared maintain that the differential duty adopted by the american Congress is a violation of the existing treaty. President Cleveland a message charging Germany with applying differential treatment to certain american exports was a great Surprise. He then proceeded to show that the charges made by the president were devoid of foundation. The presence of Texas fever in cattle proved that prohibition of importation of american meats into Germany Wai necessary but he same measures were in existence against other states than America. Up Irving the cancellation of the i Centea of the american companies he said that certain american insurance companies doing business in Prussia had Lead their licenses revoked because they would not conform to the Laws which were the same for German com panics and foreign companies. If the american companies would undertake to conform to the Laws nothing could prevent them from reopening their business. The matter he said was purely a German concern Over which he could not admit the criticism of a foreign government. Germany he declared would loyally continue to adhere to her treaties not allowing herself to be frightened by threats. Suto Idof fraud m Unroe. Paris dec. 9.�?the tragic death of Fred Munroe the Well known banker has created a painful sensation in the american Colony Here. Or. Munroe shot himself saturday afternoon in his room at no. 150 Avenue Des Champa Al jams White waiting the a Carriage he had ordered some minute before. The news of Bis death was kept a profound secret until sunday morning. None of Bis family ran assign an adequate Moira Lor suicide. Boms sup pose Tbs tra Godf Anondas to an be Eide it. On the Ether band it is rumoured the Sui cide was committed during a fit of temporary ia$p4tj. Minneapolis minn., dec. 12.�?when Harry Hayward was called upon wednesday morning to March to they of Foniri he did so with head erect and a firm step. A cordon of policemen made a Little passageway for the death party. Meanwhile the prisoner had been made ready in the cell room his Black silk Robe had been put on and the Black Cap adjust a. Suddenly the door was thrown wide open and the sound of an inarticulate yell floated in from the cell room where the prisoners comrades were taking their Farewell. Then three hoarse cheers for the sheriff Holm Berg led by Hayward himself and ending with a a he Sall right a it was awful. Tad by a map on his Way to meet death. A a mounting the Gallows Hayward said Good evening gentlemen a in Clear even tones. As he strode upon the trap Harry Hayward might have posed for a figure of Justice defending the weak instead of a murderer going to his doom. Carefully placing his feet on the marked spot he Drew his splendid figure to his greatest height and glanced about with a Calm face occasionally brightened by a smile of recognition As be descried some Friend in the crowd. A have you any statement to make. Or. Hayward a asked sheriff Holm Berg. Hayward replied that he bad and then he began a a the people think that i am a kind of a Devil and if they knew my past life they would be Well aware of that fact. I have made a shorthand confession of some of my deeds to messes. Mannox. Good sell and Mabey which is to the Best of my recollections. Quot i have freely forgiven All and so now forgive All who have in any Way done or attempted to do me any wrong. These priests were Here and Felt sorry that i do not have the same views As they have in regard to the hereafter. I respect fathers Christie Cleary and Timothy but i must say that i am not interested in religion As they would have me be. I pro lied my attorney John Day Smith that i would say this Short prayer on the scaffold on god for Christ a Sake forgive me my Sina. Megaarden go with these words he turned to Deputy Megaarden and indicated that he was ready to die while deputies Bright and Anderson steadied him on either a Ide. Deputy Megaarden advanced and wound a strap around Hia Ankles another above his Knees and a third around his arms. The straps were quickly adjusted. As the noose settled Down Over his head he said a a let a see where does the knot go under the right no its the left Isnit it please pull it tight. That a Good. Keep your courage up the prisoners face Pur Ted slightly us the noose tightened and the visor of the Black Cap was turned Down. It was Harry a last glimpse of Earth. A pull her tight til stand be said. The Cap was pulled Down Over his eyes and the deputies hands had hardly left his shoulders when sheriff Holm Berg pushed the lever and the trap fell and Harry Layward dropped a Good six feet straight Down springing up with a Jerk that Shook the entire building. Drs. Burton and Holmes watches in hand and fingers on the pulse counted the pulsations that indicated that the life of the murderer was fast passing away. The drop fell at 2 08 of clock and for 13 minutes the straps were left a Jim the body or they were then removed and at 2 45 the doctors pronounced Hayward dead. Before his execution Harry at the request of his brother or. Thaddeus Hayward consented that an autopsy should be performed and his brain examined. This was done at the morgue wednesday morning by a committee of physicians headed by or. W. A. Jones the brain specialist and or. Hot a. Tomlinson formerly superintendent of the insane asyl mat St. Peter. Careful measurements of the head showed that it was about Normal in size and shape. The line through the ears was Long the forehead narrow and retreating and the temporal Bones very thick. The brain itself seemed Small. It was take to be treated and examined More carefully. Beyond much question Harry Hayward was a degenerate. Such is the belief of one of the specialists who to conducted the autopsy. It is supposed that the lengthy autobiography which Hayward dictated to a Steno Rafiei a stains a full confession of his own connection with the murder of Catherine Ging As Well a sensational accounts of other cninc3 in which he has been involved but the real fact will not be known until the statement is printed in Book form. Dote of the tit in Bor con a a a a York. New York dec. 12.�?aiming the resolutions introduced at the american federation Ltd labor session if Day morning was one 1 t. J. Elderkin denouncing dual o i nations especially the Council of Chicago a Delegate White of the National the Bacco workers Union announced that he had a Resolution calling for a Boycott on the american tobacco com Pany. The Resolution was referred to the Boycott committee and it was ordered that a committee be appointed to try to induce the company to recognize the Union. A Boycott against the com via a puny has been ordered by the tobacco form of a state socialism,1?. Yorkers Union but has not yet been a it had done More to a Foster Dorand by the federation of labor. Samuel Gompers James Creamer and John White were appointed a special committee to wait upon the tobacco workers employed by the american tobacco company. At the afternoon session it was resolved to extend an invitation to the women Christian Temperance Union to Send fraternal delegates to the convention. The committee off resolutions reported favourably a Resolution asking that All outside trades unions i be invited to become affiliated with the american federation of labor. A Resolution by Samuel Gompers against Cap ital punishment was adopted. A Reao a Lution was referred to the committee to j the effect that the representatives of the two great political parties be interrogated As to their position regarding 1 the eight hour work Day. A Resolution by Andrew Iti Seth of san Francisco protesting against the passage in con i Gross of the compulsory arbitration Bill was adopted. A Resolution having for its object the More Active prosecution of the Boycott against the United states baking company was adopted. Resolutions committing the convention to the endorsement of Boycotts upon the Rochester clothiers Exchange and on certain employing Cigar makers in Detroit were adopted. George e. Mcneill the a father of labor organizations in the United states then delivered a Short address and when he concluded an adjournment was taken until morning. Washington dec. 11.�?representative William e. Barrett of Massachusetts enjoys the distinction of being the author of the first thrilling incident in the present House of representatives. He threw a Bombshell into that body soon after it convened tuesday by offering a Resolution impeaching Thomas f. Bayard sex Secretary of state and now United states ambassador to the court of St. James for High crimes and misdemeanours. The grounds advanced in the Resolution were the utterances of or. Bayard delivered before the Edinburgh Scotland philosophical Institute november 7. In this speech or. Bayard spoke of a up Romeo Tiona As and said class legislation a a Breed inequality a corrupt Public life a a lower the tone of National representation a a divorce ethics from politics than any other single cause. Such reflections on the government policy by United states ambassador before a foreign audience the Resolution recited were in serious disregard of his proprieties and obligations and calculated to i to Jure our National reputation. It concluded by instructing the foreign affairs committee which was empowered to Send persons and papers to investigate and report a by impeachment or or. Barrettes Resolution had been preceded by one of his colleagues or. Mccall rep., Massin a Milder tone. Or. Mccall a Resolution went Down before an objection and then it was that or. Barrett sprung his impeachment Resolution As one constituting a question of privilege. Or. Crisp the Leader of the minority made an unavailing attempt to contest the privileged nature of the Resolution. Speaker Reed overruled his Point of order and the Resolution was thrown into the Arena of debate where it remained for three hours. The republicans took the position that or. Bay Ards speech constituted an Offe str against the country that called for a Stern rebuke if not his recall. The democrats took the position that or. Bayard a utterances did not by any stretch of imagination constitute grounds for impeachment or. Turner dem. A applauding them and a a policy outlined. Speaker Thomas f. Bayard. Setting that they were not even a breach of propriety. They took the position that the Resolution was largely a a Buncombe to give the republicans an Opportunity to air their Protection views. Those who took part in the debate were messes. Barrett Mas Dingley regrow _ Whitt 111.cannon i republicans and messes. Crisp Mccreary by Money miss and Turner democrats. Or. Hitt who will be chairman of the committee on foreign affairs advised or. Barrett to Amend the Resolution so As to strike out the words instructing the committee to a report by impeachment or otherwise a and this was finally done. Or. Crisp moved to refer the Resolution to the judiciary committee which being Defeated by a strict party vote-90 to 207�?the Democrat contented themselves with simply voting Viva Voce against the Resolution which was adopted without division. London dec. 11.�?the chronicle says that it regards the attack made on ambassador Bayard in the House of representatives As a part of the presidential Campaign. It adds that the ambassadors speech at Edinburgh was perhaps More honest and outspoken than circumspect but it was academic rather than political. It might Well have been ignored by Congress. It is Well known that president Cleveland and Secretary of the Treasury Carlisle shared or Bayard a views. Or. Cleveland urged these views on Congress yet nobody proposed to impeach him but a party demonstration must be made and or. Layard i the victim. London dec. 11.�?the times has an editorial commenting upon the action of the House of representatives at Vasli in ton relative to speeches made in England and Scotland on the policy of Protection by United states Amassa Reed file the line work for the present Congre. Chicago dec. 12.�?William e. Curtas Washington correspondent of the record telegraphs that journal As follows in conversation with a Friend or. Reed outlined his idea concerning the policy that ought to be pursued by the present Congress and when or. Reed says anything on the subject the Oracle has the policy of the present House will be hts policy the committee will be framed to carry it out. And whatever he says Oes. Or. Reed believes that the republicans Are bound to do something to increase the revenues whether the president makes Ray. Recommendation on that Point or not Ana therefore he will advocate the passage of something like the Bill senator Allison introduced at the last session authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to Issue a Long time Low interest Bond or an interest bearing certificate whenever it. Shall a necessary to meet a deficit in the Public revenues. _. He also believes it to be the duty of the House to pass with As Little debate As possible a Brief Tariff Bill which shall restore a portion of the old duty on Wool increase the present duty upon Woolen goods 20 or 25 per cent., add something to the duties on pottery Hay eggs potatoes and some other agricultural products and Perfi Apa place a duty of 26 to 50 cents a thousand on lumber he also desires the restoration of a portion of the old duty on tin plate perhaps Lvi or 11-5 cents a Pound billets to remain where they Are. Or. Reed thinks that both of these Bills can pass the Senate and that if the president vetoes them the republicans will be in a position to throw upon him ail responsibility for any deficit in the revenues and the necessity for an Issue of Bonds. Or. Reed does net propose to permit any appropriations for Public buildings during the Prev a pcs Sion. The River and Harbor Bill id be it it Down to an amount barely sufficient to maintain All existing work and All appropriations will be kept within the actual necessities. Explosion in a Missouri Colliery oae Man dead. Rich Hill mo., dec. 12.�?an explosion occurred in mine no. 15 of the Rich Hill Coal company about six of clock wednesday evening. Three men were imprisoned in the pit. Rescuer worked hard to save them. One of the unfortunates h3 been taken out dead. The other Are beyond immediate reach. No cause can yet be assigned for the Accident. Cholera in roast. By. Petersburg dec. 12.�?for the week ended november 7 there were 73 new cases of cholera and 46 death from the disease reported in Voi Hynia and for the week ended november 23 259 new cases and 94 deaths. In Kieff for the week ended november 23 there were 101 new cases and 34 deaths reported and in Orel for the week ended november 30 16 death. _ Call for Illinois rank statements. Springfield 111., dec. 12.-the auditor of Public account a called on the state Banks to report their condition on the morning of december 11. Women May Vota. Lansing mich., dec. 12.�?attorney-general Maynard has filed an opinion in which he holds that the use of the word a a and instead of a a or in a Section of the Blanket charter governing cities of the fourth class does not prohibit women from voting at school elections in such cities a was generally sup posed. Raid win Mill burned. Baldwin mich., dec. 12�?the Bald win milling company a Mill elevator tab Edff Asi Herne Omro destroyed by Aro tote tuesday night iams $85,000 $18,000, troops Kansas militia called out. A medical gent to guard College. Topeka Kan., dec. 12.�?gdv. Morrill wednesday Naglit called out Battery a of the state militia Here to protect the Kansas medical College which waa threatened by a a company at Lawrence were also notified to be a readiness to move on Topeka. A cordon of police officials were placed on duty at Che College. At a late hour however All was quiet in the Vicinity of the College building and the governor retired having notified the Lawrence company their services would not be required. The trouble a caused by the discovery in the dissecting room of the College the bodies of three women stolen from Topeka cemeteries. Can to Pray in school. It is unlawful says the attorney general of Minnesota. St. Paul minn., de it. 12. A the state superintendent of Public instruction received an inquiry whether or not a. Amassa 1&w prohibited the opening of pub Dor Bayard As follows speeches sue school with a recital of the lords As those made by or. Bayard would not. A and King the advice of the be delivered by a european Diplomat Brinten Weilt when one person of and even in or. Bayard Case they were District objected. In an opinion rather surprising. Nevertheless in attorn general Childs to whom the pachment seems a vent was referred hold that a. The ate punishment for what a the worst via an Yankees vote. Smolt of municipal election held the Boston dec. 1l�?eleven municipal election occurred in various parts of the state tuesday. In nearly All instances a heavy vote a cast. In Boston a hot contest has been waged Between partisans of Josiah Quincy the a democratic nominee for mayor and Edwin u. Curtis the present Republican incumbent and the result is that Boston again Faus Back into the line of democratic cities by a plurality of about 4,500 for Quincy against a plurality of 2,557 for Curtis in 1894. Tho was the first election under Boyc Tony a new City charter which was secured largely through the exertions of mayor Curtis and the mayor elected tuesday and those chosen hereafter a ill hold the office for two years instead of one. Santa be Road sold at aae Tion. Topeka Kan., dec 11.�?Edward King of new York acting for the reorganization committee tuesday bid in the entire system of the Atchison Topeka a Santa be Railroad company which was sold at Public auction under decree of the United states circuit court of August 25 last. $60,000,000. John b. Johnson special banter in chancery to till receivership a Rae carried out the mandate of the matter was referred hold that a the Constitution requires the people of the state to support its schools a religious service at the opening of school is unconstitutional and cannot be maintained where there is an objection. Meets Wilson a order. Railway postal clerk Bickmer resign be order to promote legislation. Washington dec. 12.�?w. W. Black Mer president of the National association of railway clerks whose run is Between Chicago and Detroit a tendered his resignation from the latter position. His action is the result of the recent order of postmaster general Wilson directed against organized efforts of employees to procure legislation. Blackmer says he will remain with the association and urge legislation. Btu steamship collide. Liverpool dec. 12.�?the White 8tar line Steamer germanic . Mckin Stry which sailed hence wednesday for new York ram into Colli son shortly after Learng the Mersey with the Glasgow Steamer Cambrai inward bound for Liverpool. The cum Brae was sunk biases circus court i Tbs germanic a bows were stove. The Mira paid Era Lotf ornately if�0 a Raul Topa a Tuu vow i rescued toe v Low of life. Tim germ hic re cued the pm Roger end Crew of the Wrock a vessel and returned to Tho team log prevailed at the of Toa

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