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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 28, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. South Mhz a Reier Imus in december. 28, 1889. 1�to. 32. No lady in the world beets Patti �8 it a financier. She can Cash every note she a offers and at a Premium in any Market. Thi famous name Mcginty is represented by Twenty eight persons in the new York City directory. In Chicago there axe Only six. Two influenza epidemic is Likely to Idrew the Hay fever out business in the affected localities. It is said to be Tobt same thing As Pink Eye in horses. Epitome the week. Interesting news compilation Rev. Melanc Timon m. Williams aged ninety two years died recently at his Home in Cambridge mass. He was the a oldest living graduate Princeton col-leg1 ii. Gowns the big Railroad Man. Who committed suicide the other Day in Washington held insurance policies his life amounting to $200.000. Re it a Tive Lester Virginia As a a Baptist Clergyman the first to sit 1n the lower House since Rev. J. Hyatt Smith Brooklyn held a seat in that body. A Irv any storm the Baltic recently blew the Waters out from the Shore so far that the ruins the old submerged City Regam ende were seen for the Glrst time in six centuries. The. Array reports for november show 158 desertions from the Force Twenty four thousand enlisted men. The desertions among the coloured regiments Are fewer than among the White troops. Mrs. Of. P. K a lox Pittsburgh a is an aunt the famous Emin Pasha whose right name is Joseph Schnitzler. He was thre years old w Hen left Germany for this country since which time she has not seen him. Senator Edmunds Vermont has a Rwei longer in the United states Senate than any Bis colleagues. On april 5, 1890, he will have been in the a Senate without a single break Twenty four years. Or. Edmunds will be sixty a two in february. He looks his age. Somebody has invented a soap Bubble outfit. It is put up in a neat Box. And includes a Peculiar kind pipe made a a specially to blow bubbles a special Brand soap warranted to beat the world for Tensity film and other appliances for varying the Monotony Plain Ordinary Bubble blowing. The Supre rav court Ohio has decided that the biennial elections amendment to the Constitution Ohio which received a majority the votes cast the proposition at the last election was not legally adopted. This establishes the principle that to change the Constitution a majority All the votes cast at a general election must to in the Afi Rativo. Rev. Sam Jones shot hard at an old fellow in one his Kentucky congregations when the latter corrected one the preacher s expressions. The preacher spoke a raising children a when the critic shouted out a we raise horses bring up a yes a responded Jones a you raise horses Worth $50.000 apiece and bring up children Worth about $3 a Elizabeth Jackson Huntington w. A. The widow Elijah Jackson who was a Soldier in the War 1812, receives a pension at the rate $12 per month. She is 104 years old and walks five Miles every Quarter to receive her vouchers. She is an inveterate smoker and declares she will live to be 114 years old. She has three sons who Are drawing pensions for wounds received in the late War. Robert Browning did not think his last illness a serious one and insisted almost to the end that he was getting better. It is stated that just before he died he turned to his son and asked for news from his publisher. The son read a Telegram saying that the edition his last volume poems was almost exhausted. The poet upon hearing this smiled and murmured a How Gratifying a these w Ere his last words. Fifty first co Cress. Friday dec. 20.�? among the Bill introduced in the Senate were the following for limited postal Tele graph service for the tree coinage both Gold and Silver for the Issue certificates to serve As Tifoney and the retirement United states and National Bank notes Small denominations in the House Bills were introduced granting per Dick service pensions to establish a uniform system bankruptcy for the creation a United states commission Arbi traction railway strikes for the payment to every adult coloured person w to May desire to emigrate to Africa $100 for passage and rations for sixty Days and $50 to minors the payments in All not to exceed $1,000,000 per annul. Saturday i it to. 21.�?in the Senate the Bill to Amend the census act by making the maximum supervisors $1.000 instead $500 was read. A Largo number nominations were con firmed and an adjournment was taken to january 6. In the House speaker Reed announced the remainder the committees. A petition was presented from the governor and citizens new Jersey for the Relief mrs. Delia Parnell. A Bill was introduced making Minneapolis a support entry and delivery. Adjourned to january 6� from Washington. There were 342 business failures in the United states during the seven Days ended the 20th, against 290 the previous week. For the corresponding week in 1888 the number was $11. The total failures in the United states january 1 to Date is 13,253, against 10,082 in 1888. The grand jury indicted c. E. Silcott late cashier the office sergeant at arms the House representatives the 20th for grand larceny and for Gery. At the leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended the 21st aggregated $1,-134,401.850, against $1.180.858.539 the previous we Eek. As compared with Tho corresponding week 1888 Tho increase amounted to 4.7. Says a Railroad Man a a passenger engine averages sixty pounds Coal to the mile and travels about 56,000 Miles per year while a freight engine averages ninety pounds Coal to the mile and makes about 43.000 Miles per year while Yard engines Burn less. Freight engines travel Thuch slower than passengers and therefore Burn More Coal per mile. The largest mileage made in 1888 by a passenger engine was 81,000 Miles and by a freight engine 50,000 How Many Black haired women do you know if you will take the trouble to count you will find that out ten women you meet nine will have blonde hair some Shade and the tenth will possess dark Brown rather than Black. The tendency the times seems to to towards Light haired women but we done to mean the ones whose hair is made Light by the use peroxide Hydrogen. Scientists Tell us that As a nation grows More civilized its women grow More perfectly blonde and students in the mysteries love say that the blonde women Are the most affectionate wives. Great distress prevails among the miners in Northumberland county pa., and in the towns Treverton Bamo Kin and mount Carmel due to the action some the owners in closing Down their Minea. The number Idle men St the places named is very Large and a amp they Are mostly uneducated foreigners apprehension is Felt that hunger May drive them to some desperate deed violence. It is no uncommon sight to see women and children begging for bread from door to door. Additional collieries Are reported to be shutting Down almost daily and course greater suffering will follow. It will Surprise s great Many persons to know that it does Little Good to Mark a a confidential a a personal a letter to a great Man. The private Secretary a Man National importance says that if s letter should come to his employer marked a no account to be opened by the private Secretary a he might hesitate for a moment but after that he would open it. A i would do that a he said a because it would occur to me that that is what 1 am paid for. As far As i know All other private secretaries now follow the same it would take All the time some Public men to examine such correspondence. Oteen Victoria owns a ranch and is one the Moat successful cattle raisers in the world. The other Day at a fat cattle show in Smithfield a steer owned by her took the first prise and sold afterwards for $750, equal to fifty eight cents s Pound for Tho meat the East. On the 20th two Silver bars Worth 820,000 each wore lost from a True at new York while in transit to a steamship Dock. Meetings were held by the National Reform association the 20th at Pittsburgh pa., to protest against the alleged roman Catholic interference with Public schools. Flame destroyed the Village to Trolia. Pa., the 22d. J. Q. Preble amp co., manufacturers Blank Bobks and stationery in new York and j. 1. Sheffield amp son who conduct the Large paper Mills failed the 21st for $1,500,000. The death Benjamin Henry Day the founder the new York Sun occurred heart failure at his residence in that City the 21st, aged seventy nine years. On the Bank the Conemaugh near Johnstown pa., three bodies females were found the 21st. All the bodies were close together. None were Ridenti fled. On a Pittsburgh a local train a conductor found a pocket Book a the 21st containing $12,000 in Money and papers. A Thunder storm with High wind occurred the 22d at Buffalo n. Y., and several buildings were wrecked and others badly damaged. The death mrs. Mary Bunner aged one Hundred and two years occurred at Derry station Dupont county pa., the 21st. At Nashua. N. Ii., a Hail storm the 22d destroyed thousands window panes and in some instances Domestic animals were killed. Another body that a Man was found in the Conemaugh at Johnstown pa., the 23d. One the bodies found the 2lst had been identified As that mrs. Lucinda h. Roberts the first White child born in Johnstown that event occurring in 1807. Mrs. Kate Houston and her two year old daughter new York were fatally burned by the explosion a kerosene lamp the 23d. On the 23d Emma Cole aged thirty years was arrested in Bradford pa., for making and circulating counterfeit Money. In the Monongahela a Valley nearly five thousand miners who had been a strike for two months resumed we Ork the 23d. At Pittsburgh pa., twelve contestants started the 23d in a seventy two hour go As you please twelve hours a Day walking match. At Tarentum pa., mrs. Rottert the wife Paul Rottert a jeweler was murdered the 23d by burglars who broke into her husbands store and with whom she grappled. We8t and South. The a anti partisan w. T. has issued a Call for a meeting for organization at Cleveland o., january 22 next. Flames destroyed the entire business portion Swaledale la., the 20th Patrick Sullivan one the men sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder . Cronin in Chicago has the consumption. He was said the 20th to be greatly troubled by his conscience and acted As if he was about to make a confession. Michigan railways from january 1 to november 1 earned 70,153,811, an increase $3,571,891 Over the same period in 1888. Felix Campf an aged German was the 20th sentenced to be hanged at Charleston w. Va., for murdering his son and daughter. A Man named Betz in a quarrel the 21st, killed his wife at Owatonna Minn., and then took his own life leaving four Small children orphans. Mrs. Mary Goodwin Oshkosh wis., while drunk the 21st threw a lighted lamp at her sixteen year old daughter Mary and the girl was fatally burned. Twit six Days walking match at Detroit Mich., was won by Howarth the 21st, his record being 485 Miles 10 Lapa. Horan was second with a record 479 Miles. Charles Shelar Niles o., killed his wife and three children the 22d by cutting their throats and then took his own life in the same manner. Domestic trouble was the cause. In a Drunken quarrel the 21st near Lafayette ind., tramps set the clothing Joe Mooney fire and he was burned to death. A freight House in St. Louis occupied by the Adams express company was burned the 21st. And thousands Abri Mas awaiting shipment were destroyed. Thirty mile cast Ashland wis freight trains collided the 22d and four men wore killed. Mil and mrs. Wil Kielh and their child were suffocated the 2lst at Krott o., Vry Coal from their stove. Several business buildings and residences at Pineville ky., were destroyed by a Cyclone the 21st, and two Broth ers named North Mere fatally injured at Helena Ark., the United states grand jury returned ten indictments the 23d for election frauds alleged to have taken place at the last congressional election in the first District. On the morning the 23d Henry w. Grady editor the Atlanta Constitution and famous in later years As an orator died at his Home in Atlanta ga., pneumonia aged thirty eight years. Sixteen men were killed by an acc Dent in a mine the 23d at san att Dreas Cal., and thirty were injured. On the 23d counterfeit Silver Money principally dimes quarters and halves was being showered upon the retail merchants Kansas City to. At san Jose Cal., William unbanks a widower shot and killed his sixteen year old daughter the 23d and then Cut his Throat with a razor. The death Ellis Wilcox who celebrated his one Hundredth birthday four months ago occurred the 23d at his Home near Berlin 111. On the 23d Peter Raymond and John Lewis were drowned in the new River near in non w. Va., by the capsizing their boat in a quarrel the 23d at Potts Camp. Miss., Over a dog two negroes and one White Man were killed. The commission which negotiated the recent treaty with the Sioux indians recommended the 23d the education indians in schools erected the reservations As the indians Are opposed to sending their children to schools in the East. The death Nellie Thatcher Tho fifth victim Tho recent Tilden school fire in Detroit Mich., occurred the 23d. Fire destroyed the Cotton compress at fort Worth ttx., the 23d. Loss $150,000 Thomas Emery a sons Candle Wirks at Ivorydale were destroyed by fire the 23d. Loss $100,000. On the 23d the death . Jacob Carr the discoverer natural in Ohio occurred in Findlay In Ashboro ind., Robert Thresher ind Fred Williams brother8-in-Law quarrelled the 23d, and Thresher shot Williams through the heart. James j. West sex president the Chicago times company was found guilty the 2 3d Over issuing Stock and sentenced to five years imprison ment and a Fine $1,000. Henry. Grady death at Atlanta. A. Of the noted editor and oratory a biographical sketch. Atlanta ga., Bee. 24.-Henry w. Grady died Here at 8 40 clock a. M. The editor had been steadily sinking for some time and it became evident sunday night that his death was close at hand. The cause his decease Wasty Pho id pneumonia. Or. Grady was ill when he left at Lanta for Boston to deliver the speech recently delivered there. He went contrary to the advice his physician and returned quite sick. Saturday his condition was very serious and sunday it was understood that there was very Little Hope for his recovery. The announcement his death was a great Thock to the people. His message to his Mother in a con Sciolis moment sunday was characteristic. A if i die a said he a i die serving Powderly ind Nanti master Workman dense the conspiracy charge made by Callaghan. Scranton pa., dec. 20.�?Hon. . Powderly furnished the local papers with a lengthy statement his difficulty with Hon. Edward Callaghan Scottdale which led to the present prosecution for conspiracy. Or. Powderly version in Brief is As follows the trouble dates Bakefe to the appointing m a bom Elltee knights labor in the Spring 188t to watch legislation in the interests working men As it came before the general Assembly Pennsylvania. This committee was appointed by a convention called by . Powderly. He heard to Moro the matter up harsh 9 j88a, w Ett he Reoe Ivea a letter from Edward Cali Gallai saying that the committee neglected Ltd duty and that the a Riv was reliably informed that members who stood High in Tho order did not want the committees reports published. In reply to this . Powderly wrote that he had not been before apprised that the committee had neglected its duty and at any rate the matter was Notin his hands. In conclusion . Powderly requested . Callaghan to give his authority for saying Taftt a members who stand High in the order do wot want the Ephris published. Asking this tinder the Seal the general master Workman. Callaghan refused to make Knowd his authority but wrote Powderly a scorching letter charging him with treachery and lying and with conspiring to cause his Callaghan s political downfall. Or. Powderly says that he knows nothing the present Case except what he has seen in the newspapers but supposes that it is a renewal the charge conspiracy. Lie does not know Callaghan though that gentleman claims to have met him in the Bingha Tii House Philadelphia april 7 1887. He thinks that there is no doubt that his name has been used by Callaghan s opponents but lie says he is not responsible for that. Re he libel is not against Callaghan but against himself for although he is thoroughly innocent in Tho matter he has been subjected to persecution and damaging allegations. Callaghan has even gone so far As to write . Powderly that he had made a fool Cardinal Gibbons by lying to him and every one else. Or. Powderly has not yet been arrested. The speakers Choice. Henry w. Grady. The South the land i love so Well. Father fell in Battle for it. I am proud to die talking for he leaves a wife and two children. All the courts have adjourned and Many the City buildings Are draped in mourning. Some the Emblem Are Sute the value prop qty a5 assessed touching in telling the Story the Lovo a pm a in Issei which All great and Small have for this wealth the United states statistic shoeing it wonderful incr gift during the last Nurte yes re. New York dec. 20.�?the world has obtained from the treasurer each foreign intelligence. Advices Tho 20th from Lisbon say the republicans there had decided to Issue a manifesto to the effect that the time was a favourable one for abolishing the monarchy. The Steamer Cleddy Sank the 20th South the Isle Wight and thirteen her Crew were drowned. Many hundreds arrests had been made the 20th in Corea in consequence the discovery a plot made by the chief eunuch to assassinate the King. In various sections India bread riots were occurring the 20th- the 20th the German Steamer Prince Wilhelm Sank in the English Channel and three the passengers and ten the Crew were drowned. On the 21st the american Squadron consisting the Chicago Boston Atlanta and York town arrived at Lisbon. Four sailors the Schooner Enterprise Sydney were eaten recently by natives the Solomon islands. The epidemic influenza had the 23d spread Over every part Germany. On the 23d Nelly Bly arrived at Hong Kong. China her trip around the world. She expected to Complete the journey in a total seventy five Days. On the 23d ten thousand Boot makers were locked out in the labor District at Bristol eng. Advices the 23d from St. Paul de Loando report that numerous photograph the eclipse the Sun were obtained by the american expedition during the period totality Tho 22d. Later. Dennis Iiara aged one Hundred and ten years died the 24th at his Home in Chicago. Lie had always expressed a wish that he might die Christmas Day. In a fit jealousy the 2sth . Munroe Larchwood la., shot and killed his wife and then took his own life. Advices Tho 24th say that Mike Marker James Hardie and tug Wilson perished in the Snow Tho Blue mount gains in Oregon. James hic Ketison and wife wore assassinated in their Home near St. Albans w. Va., the 24th, by unknown parties. On the 24th 630 immigrants landed at Castle Garden new York. While returning from a Christmas eve dance the morning the 25th miss Mamie Campbell and her escort Benjamin Lovett both Wilkinsburg pa., were struck by a train and killed. The Stock barn w. 1. Ells near Cleveland o., was burned the 25th, and thirteen head valuable Holstein cattle were suffocated. A Block buildings in London was burned Tho 25th, causing a loss $750,090. Christmas Day was generally observed throughout the 25th. And Springs therial mildness was reported prevalent All Over Tho United states. In a quarrel the 24th at la Ange Gardien ont., w. To. Ford killed i wife and then took his own Ulfo. Pisok. Brooks director Smith Observatory at Geneva n. Y., discovered a new Comet the 25th. Dipti Ifica w As raging the 24th in Eureka s. D., and Over thirty deaths had occurred. In a quarrel in a Saloon at Stinesville ind., the 25th George Buskirk shot and killed George Easton and John Douglas. Advices the 25th announce the death at Archer Fla., a coloured Man named Una Santa Quanta who was one Hundred and Twenty three years old. J. Revell his wife and baby were instantly killed at Wilmette a Chicago suburb the 24th by an express train the Northwestern Railroad. Influenza was making great ravages at Brussels and Vienna the 24th. In a race riot the 25th at Jesup ga., two White men and Soven negro a were killed at Clarksville Tenn., two coloured men were killed while resisting arrest at Augusta ga., two More negroes were killed for assaulting police officers and in a riot at Barnea Villot three acc roes were killed. Most Brilliant Man. Mrs. Grady has received a great Many messages condolence among the senders being sex president Cleveland hons. Samuel j. Randall and Roswell p. Flower governor Hill new York and general Clinton b. Fisk. Augusta ga., dec. 24.�?a Public meeting was held in the Exchange Mon Day and resolutions adopted deploring the untimely death Henry w. Grady. Charleston s. C., dec. 24.�?Henry w. death has caused Universal regret in Charleston. Ilis loss is regarded Asa Public calamity. As soon a the news was received Here the stars am. Strips were placed at half Mast the news and courier buildings. Richmond va., dec. 24.�?the announcement Tho death Henry w. Grady was received Here with profound sorrow. New York dec. 24.�?at the annual Celebration forefathers Day by Tho new England society among the speakers was Hon. Chauncey m. Depew. In the course his remarks . Depew referred to the death Henry w. Grady As follows a we forget All differences opinion and remember Only his chivalry patriotism and Genlue. He was the Leader the new South and lied in the great work impressing us marvelous growth and nations. I spiral ions upon the willing ears the North. His death in the Meridian Bis Powers and the hopefulness Bis Mission at the critical period the removal forever All misunderstandings and differences Between All sections the Republic is a National calamity. New York mingles her tears with those his Kindred and offers to his memory the tribute her profoundest admiration for his talents and general Sherman in his address deplored the death Henry w. Grady and said he hoped there was some Man in the South who would take up the Good work where . Grady had left it. Henry w. Grady was born in Athens ga., May 17,1861, and was educated at the University y Georgia and the University Virginia. His father was a wealthy business Man Athens and was killed at Petersburg while leading the Twenty fifth North Carolina regiment. At the age 20 . Grady was editor the commercial published at Rome a. Subsequently he started the Herald. In 1876 the Herald went to the Wall and . Grady found himself out a Job. He went to new York and was engaged the Herald staff. He Sta d that paper for two years. In 188l he bought a fourth interest in the Atlanta Constitution and became one its editors. What made . Grady a name known in the North was his famous speech at the annual dinner the new England society the evening december 29, 1887. He was the first southerner to speak at a dinner the society since the War. Before half a dozen sentences had left his lips he had fired his audience. His characterization Abraham Lincoln As the first typical american called Forth a storm cheers and not less warm was the recognition Given to his eloquent and touching picture the souths a heroism in defeat. In Short he swept his audience by storm and in the moment intense silence which followed his peroration it was realized that the Southern orator had spoken words which americans would not willingly let die. The speech has since been reprinted far and wide and commented , generally with enthusiasm throughout the entire country for taxation. The census office in 1886 made a report its exhaustive and laborious inquiry into the proportions existing in each state Between taxed property and actual wealth which ranges Between 25 per cent in Illinois and 68 in Wyoming. The worlds report shows an increase in taxable property $6,963,000,000 and an increase in actual wealth $ 18 669.000j 000 since 1880. The total wealth is $61,459,00000� exclusive Public property and $3,093,-000,000 property invested and owned abroad. The assessed value taxed property and our actual wealth at different decades have been actual Valu. 113.652,499.73$ 8l.201,310,676 30.068,818,507 43.642.000.000 61.459.000.000 the wealth the United states now exceeds the total wealth the whole world at any time previous to the Mill die the eighteenth Century and the amount invested abroad is alone equal to the National wealth Portugal and Denmark. The total wealth Only five nations is equal to the Mere increase Tho United states in the last nine years. In its estimate the world publishes the following figures secured from offi Cial sources to show the wealth that states named asset sed Ralat in 1850. 1860. 1870. 1880. 1889. A a value. 15.287,613,14812.084,500.00511"42.78v 36616.902,998.543 23,719,000,000 million t. 8�?~att. 10. Illinois. 1787 s798 Indiana. 7j8 770 Iowa. 399 523 Kansas. 161 461 Michigan. 518 9.m Minnesota. 258 567 Nebraska. 91 176 Ohio. 1,534 1,7.32 Wisconsin. 439 577 per cent True Tala Tion in millions to nth. 1880. 25.44 13,092 48 53 2x.17 27.98 37.79 40 44 31.24 46,84 45.30 1.499 1.413 575 1,370 638 290 3,301 969 18 89. S3,112 1,586 1,856 1,890 2,501 1,402 563 3,728 1,273 a train robber shot. A Washington dec. 24.-�?United states Consul Willard at Gua Ymas mex., informs the state department the execution by shooting december 9, i j. J. Taylor a train robber and Assassin. In May last Taylor in company with five companions attacked a train the Sonora Railroad and killed the conductor and fireman both americans. A new Hampshire Man Purchase 8.500 acres including a Maine Village. Lancaster n. H., Doc. 24. David ii. A grew Xot Ana mus a i pc Imp Beattie so sons Lancaster have sold Nunt route by rail and water from min 4 yen w def 1/ Nilca f Vilc in 1 a Al. Ii. 1___ 1 Fth a. Illmie Kama the live Stock men. At the meeting the National comm i a loner a sanitary organization 1� formed. Springfield 111., dec. 20.�?at thursdays session the National live Stock commissioners it was decided that a permanent organization should be effected to be known As the inter state live Stock sanitary association for the purpose establishing a basis cooperation among the various state boards live Stock commissioners for the suppression and prevention the spread infective and contagious diseases. The first officers Are president t. Johes Ohio vice presidents h. Ii. Hinds Michigan John m. Pierson Illinois and Adams Earl Indiana Secretary c. P. Johnson Illinois. Resolutions were adopted calling upon the Legislatures All states that have not already suitable Laws to enact Laws requiring All dairymen to secure certificates As to the health the cows from which milk is supplied to be renewed Semi annually to prevent the spread tuberculosis asking the department agriculture at Washington d. C., to formulate rules in regard to the shipment Southern cattle to prevent guard against the spread splenic Texas fever to apply to shipments coming from the Southern Boundary Kansas and Missouri West new Mexico. It is also asked that the department provide certain regulations for the cleansing cars after shipment Southern cattle. The convention adjourned to meet in Springfield at the Call the president. A Shorter route. East Saginaw Mich., dec. 20.�?arrangements were perfected wednesday at new York and this City for a Perma to George Dyke also this place the township Beazlie me., consisting 8,500 acres land which there is a Village containing a custom House Post office saw Mill store and four dwellings. Tho Price paid is $70,000 for realty and $30,000 for personal property. Dyke also owns 25,000 acres Timber land in other parts Northern new England and Southern Canada. He a president the Connecticut River lumber Silcott a leaving. Washington dec. 24.�?cash, note checks etc., to the amount $83,000, representing the Money loft behind by absconding cashier Silcott have been turned Over to the United states treasurer by sex sergeant at arms Leedom. Silcott is said to have been seen in Montreal. Lack Snow cause a failure. Reading pa., dec. 24.�?h. A. Levan 11 very stable keeper has assigned liabilities not Learned assets about $25,000. The failure is due to Levans having Laid in a big Stock sleighs in expectation a Good Sleigh ing season. Neapolis to the Seaboard. The distance to new York will be thirty four in Shorter than by any other route. Want Union with Tho Knight. Indi an Apolis ind., dec. 20.�?at the meeting Tho Millers progressive Union thursday a Resolution was passed in favor consolidation with the knights labor and committees were appointed to attend the Columbus convention and arrange details. Death a Well known physician. Jacksonville i1l, dec. 20.�?dr. David Prince one the most prominent physicians in the state died Here thursday evening pneumonia. Or. Prince was a brigade surgeon in the army the Potomac during the War and was twice a Delegate from this country to meetings the International medical Congress in Europe. Michigan Lumbar product. Lansing Mich., dec. 9ft.the Cut i Michigan lumber Mills for the Weasen is estimated at 12$,000,00$ feet the lath cat is Over 83,000,000, which As greatly in excess last season s outset . Reed announce a tile standing committee the lower Ticarich con Grosa. Washington dec. 33.�?in the House in saturday speaker Reed announced the remainder the standing commit j tees. They Are As follows the first named in each being chairman judiciary Ezra u. Taylor Stewart it. Maxwell wis. Adams Iii Buchanan n. J. Thompson Mccormick 1� i Siefman n. J. Reed 5 Culberson. Tex. Oate.-, Ala. Rogers Ark. Wilson w. A Henderson n. Stewart a. Banking and currency Dotsey neb. Conger a. Morill Kan. 5 Wilbur. N. Arnold r. I Walker Maas i Wright a. Evans Tenn. Dag Titi n. I Covert n. Shively ind. Wike 111. Haynes g. Coinage weights and measures Conger la. Wickham Walker mass. Carter Mont. Comstock Minn. Bartine Nev. Knapp. N. Taylor ill. Bland to. Tracey n. Mutchler a. Wilcox Conn. Williams i1l a. Joseph n. M. Commerce Baker n. Mason 111. Of Neill a. Wickham Obrown a. Lind Minn. Randall mass Stockbridge jr., my. A Sceney. A Campbell n. A Turner a. In heian Tenn. Of Neth ind s Wilkinson la. Walker to. Rivers and Harb Ofsa he Dersofi ill. Oros Venor Hermann. Ore. Bowden a Clark wis. Stephenson Mich. Moffit. N. Townsend a Niedringhaus. To. Blanchard la. Catchings. Miss. Gibson my. Stewart Tex. Lester a. Clarke Ala. Merchant Marine and fisheries a. M. Farquhar n. Hopkins 111. Dingley me. Bingham. A. Banks mass Clark wis. Wheeler Mich. Ewart n. Cummings n. Wheeler Ala. Wise a. Dibble s. � Price la agriculture Funsto ii Kafi Conger a. Pugsley Allen Mich. Brolus. 5 Nils Mich. Hansbrough n d. Hitt Wilson by. Hatch to. Sta Riecker n. Morgan miss. Mcclammy n. Forman. 111. Brook Shire. Ind. A. Joseph. N. M. Foreign affairs Hitt 111. Ketcham. N. Rockwell mass. Morrow Cal. Dunnell Minn. Thompson Scranton. A. Coleman la. Mccreary by. Hooker. Miss. Chipman Mich. Fitch n. \ Andrew mass. Military affairs a cute been Mien. Rockwell mass. Osborne a. Spooner k i. Williams. O. Lansing n. Snider Minn. Kinsey to Spinola n. Wheeler Ala. Lanham Tex. Wise a. Robertson la. Cary by. T. Naval affairs Boutelle me. Lotge. Mass. Vats to. Wallace n. A bar Slaven Cal. To it Oliver la wheels Mich it Jeffi Man. La. Oderbert Ala. Mcadoo. N. My Whitt Urno Tenn. Rusk my. Elliott. Post flutes and Patst Romb Gingham a. Ketcham a. Hopkins. 111. Candler mass. Caldwell Evans Tenn. Career. Mont j. R. Williams 111. Beckwith . Blount. A Hayes a. Anderson miss. Crain Tex. Montgomery by. Turpin. Ala. Caine u. T. Public lands Payson 111. Turner Kan. Watson a. Hall Minn. Lacey a. De Haven Cal picker 5. P. Townsend col. Holman ind. . Mcrae Ark. Studt Dale. Miss. Quinn n. Carey. By. T. Indian affairs Perkins. Kan. Gifford. S. Harmer a. Arnold r. A Boothman Hall Minn. Mccord wis. Wilson Wash. Peel Ark. Allen miss. Shively ind. Skinner n. 0. I Hare Tex Dubois i. T. Territories Struble la Baker. N Vii Dof by neb Rife. A Morey Perkins Han. A Ute n. Smith 111. Springer Iii Barnes a. Kilgore Tex. Mansur to. Washington Tenn. Dubois i. T. Railways and canals Mccormick a. Payne. N. Cutcheon Mich. Caldwell Randall mass. Sweeney a. Wallace n. Law neb. Cobb Ala. Cate Ark. Mcclellan ind. Lester a. Lester a. Mines and mining Carter Mont. Vandevour Cal. Gest 111. Townsend Cal.5 Kinster to Stephenson Mich. Stockbridge Mil. Mccord wis Rowland n. U. Whiting Mich. Reilly a. Cooper ind. Venable a. Smith a. T. Public buildings and grounds Milliken me. Lehlbach n. J. Schaick wis. Darlington a. Kerr a. Post 111. Quackenbush n. J. Gifford s. Dibble s. Bankhead Ala. Abbott Tex. Clunie Cal. Lewis miss. Pacific Railroad Dalzell a. Mason 111. Miles Conn. Morey. Of Raines n. Moore n. Wallace mass. Flick a. Craine Tex. Biggs Cal. Cooper ind. O Neil mass. Reilly a. Levees and improvements the Mississippi River Burrows Mich. Scull. A. Coleman la. Wilson by. Honk Tenn Brower. . Niedringhaus to Beckwith n. J. Lawler 111. Stockdale miss,5 Jackson w. A Norton to. Boatner la. Education Donnell Mich. Taylor Mccormick a. Mccomas my. Grout it. Sweeney a. Laws neb. Cheatham n. Chanlor a. Caruth by. Cobb , Del. Geisenhainer n. J. Labory Wade to. Buchanan n. J. Farquhar n. V. Haugen wis. Osborne a. Gest Iii. Connell neb. Bliss. Mich. Candler go. Davidson Fla. Catchings miss. Turner n. Mutchler a. Militia Henderson a. Huck Tenn. Henderson 111, Brewer Mich. Stivers n. Brosius a. Kennedy Kelly Kan. Forney. Ala. Seney Gibson my. Blanchard la. Stewart. Tex. Patents Butterworth Buchanan n. J. Simonds. Conn. Peters. Kan. Culbertson a. Niedringhaus to Belknap Mich Evans Tenn. Tillman s. Cowls n. Buchanan a. Martin Tex. Wiley n. Invalid pensions Morrell Kan. Sawyer n. Craig a. Nule n. Ii. Belknap Mich. Flick la. Taylor Tenn. Wilson by. Laws neb. Lane 111. Hod night by Turner a. Lewis miss. Martin ind. Yoder a. Pensions Delano n. Finley by. Scull a. Smyser Schaik wis. Randall mass. Hill 111. Brown a. Henderson n. Martin Tex. Barwig wis. Norton to. Barrett ind. Claims Laidlaw n. Boothman. O. Beadle ind. Findley by. Ray a. Ewart n. Smith 111. Wilson Wash Burton Masur to. Bunn n. Pendleton w. A. Wilcox Conn. Carlton. A. Dunphy n. War claims Thomas wis. Grosvenor Brown n. Gest 111. Simonds Conn. Culbertson a. Taylor Tenn. Dolliver a. Stone by. Marsh a. Enloe Tenn. Spinola n. Browne ind. Private land claims Caswell wis. Dorsey neb. Wickham Gear a. Funston Kan. Brosius a. Lansing n. Ewart n. Mutchler a. Alderson w. A. Montgomery. By. Pierce Tenn. Brunner a. Smith. A. T. A revision Laws Browne ind. Finley by. Yardley a. Quackenbush n. Smyser Stewart it. Berger n. J. , mass. Oates Ala. Magner wi3. Bullock Fla Edmunds a. Paynter by. Election president and Congress Lodge mass. Rowell i1l Stewart it. Hauger wis. Mccomas my. Henderson a. Frank to. Smyser Seney Buckalew a. Hemphill. S. Mccarthy n. Tucker a. Eleventh census Dunn Cli Minn. Mckenna Cal. Taylor Boutelle me. Bingham a. Adams Iii. Sherman n. Frank to. Blount a. Holman ind. Tillman s. Washington Tenn Owens Reform in the civil services Lehlbach n. J. Bayne a. Butterworth Hopkins 111. Greenhalge mass. Sanford . Lind Minn. Stephenson Mich. Dargan s. Stone to. Alderson w. A. Andrew mass. Boatner la. The chairmen the remaining committees Are As follows private land claims Caldwell wis. District columbian Grout it. Expenditures state department Scranton a. Treasury department Atkinson a. War department Yardley a. Navy department Sawyer n. Post office department Brower n. Interior department Banks mass. Department Justice Sherman n. Department agriculture Lafollette i. Public buildings flood n. Library--0 Neil pc printing Russell Conn. Indian department claim a Hermann Ore. Ventilation and Haugen wis. Alcoholic liquor traffic a. Taylor Irrigation and arid land a Vandever Cal immigration and navigation Owen ind. In addition to the above Are the following previously announced elections Rowell do ways and Means Mckinley appropriations Cannon 1il Kelly a. The new South. Judas to Al development that it Estloa since the War. Baltimore md., dec 31.�?mr. R. Fetn teds the editor the manufacturers record contributes to this week Issue that journal a review the Industrial history the South. The losses entailed upon the South by the War Are estimated at Over $5,000,000,000, double the amount capital invested in manufactures in the United states in 1880. In 180 the South had commenced to Fegain its position 1s60, and its Progress during the last nine years has Bee a the wonder the age. Since 1865 Over $7,800,000,000 have been drawn to to a South to for Cotton and the value 6f Cotton exported to Europe during that period has been $5,160,000,000. The agricultural advancement has been almost As marked As the Industrial. In 1879 the value the South a agricultural products was $571,000,000 in 1888 $739,000,000, and in 1889 it will be about $850,000,000. In 1879 the South produced 431,000.000 bushels Frain and in 1888 632,000,000 bushels and the yield for 1889 will probably Thow 650,000,000 to 675,000,000 bushels. The percentage increase in Grain production in the South was larger than in the West. In 1879 the value the live Stock in the South was $391,400,000, and in 1889 $569,160,000. In 1880 Tho South had 220 National Banks with a capital $45,597,000, and in 1889 it has 472 National Banks and their capital is $76,454,000. There was fun increase surplus in National Banks 45 per cent in the North 82 per cent in the West and 146 per cent in the South. In the last four years 14,000 new Mart Ufa Turing and mining enterprises have been organized in the South. 1 he rail Road mileage the South has been in creased by the addition nearly 21,000 Miles since 1886. In 1880 6,048,571 toils Coal we mined in the South and irl 188 Tho output was Over 18,000,000 tons. Cotton Mills have increased from 161, tits 14,323 looms and 667,854 spindles 1880 to 855 Mills with 45,p01 looms and 3,035,268 spindles while Tony new Mills Are tinder construction a old Many old ones being enlarged. In 1880 there were 40 Cotten seed Oil Mills in the South having a capital $3,500, 000 now there Are 213, with Over$20,000, 000 invested. Non-p�tftl9an w. T. for a convention to by bal4 at Cleveland in january. Cleveland o., dec. 21.�?Tho pro a vision Al committee Tho non partisan w. A title has issued a Call for a Contention in this pity january 22. Re How All Rahtes that for Fate years a serious division sentiment arts opinion Bas existed among Tite Temh ship and Between the leaders the a a a tibial woman a Christian Temperance Union the subject the proper attitude towards politics and political parties fid referring to the secession some he delegates at the recent Conven Ion in Chicago and the determination the a bolter so a to form a new Organiza Tiomi proceeds to denounce the policy the elder As-1 Socia Tion As a wrong in principle contrary to the letter and spirit the original Constitution illogical in its reasoning inconsistent in its co Clunion and exceedingly detrimental to the cause Temperance a accuses that body according unchristian treatment to Christian women say much Good May be done by a a society keeping itself so free from All party entanglements that no political vultures will Ever hover Over its conventions hoping to Bear away any influence that will help them to places Power invites the Aid Christian workers in All Fields entreats Temperance women to consecrate themselves anew december 23 to the crusade against the liquor traffic and in conclusion invites All we to sympathize with the new movement to meet with the provisional committee about january 22 next at Central music Hall in this City to take action to effect a National organization. Trees in full Bloom wife Morder my suicide. Owatonna Minn., dec. 23.�?christ Batz shot his wife in the Back the head saturday killing her instantly. Their Little daughter rare to a neighbors a crying that her Mother was killed. Bata then shot himself dead. The double tragedy y was due to Domestic troubles. Fear tree blossoming in Ohio and butterflies flitting through the air in Pennsylvania the queer Winter we the Cansey much bad health business depression and fears for the wheat and fruit crops. Pittsburgh pa.,dec. 21.�?reports have been received from Twenty five counties Eastern Ohio and we Tern Pennsylvania the effect the present unseasonable weather. In several localities grass is growing As in Spring. Buds Are bursting Trees and wheat is so far advanced that Farmers fear it will be ruined when a cold snap comes. Fruit will undoubtedly be greatly damaged. In Fayette county this state butterflies Are flitting around in Columbiana county o., Pear Trees Are in Blossom. The open Winter has had a disastrous effect upon the general health. Typhoid fever is the increase in the Ohio Valley and a Scourge pulmonary diseases is sweeping Blair county a. Business depression is reported from everywhere and two failures in Stark county o., Are due to the bad weather. Cheboygan Mich., dec. 21.�?lumbermen Here Are much discouraged by the continuance mild weather. Low lands Are flooded and log hauling is consequently almost impossible. They want eight hours. Tbs miners convention at Indianapolis makes a number demands Indianapolis ind., dec. 21.�?at the meeting Tho miners progressive Union Friday resolutions were adopted asking the miners and mine workers in this Field to prepare to put the eight hour Day in Force May 1, 1890 that the miners Illinois be requested to use every available Means to establish a Shorter interval Between Days and that in order to raise a general fund mine workers in the District be assessed one Dollar a head for the months february March and april. The fall Are record. New York dec. 21.�?business failures number 330 in the United states this week against 870 last week and 335 ibis week last year. Canada had 34 this week against 23 last week. The total failures in the United states january 1 to Date is 18,253, against 10,082 in 1888. Silcott indicted for forgery. Washington dec. 21.�?craven e. Silcott the defaulting cashier to sergeant at arms Leedom was indicted by the. Grand jury yesterday for forging the names congressmen to promissory notes. There Arn u3 wants in the indictment a a a-a-tchu.1 Tbs latest Siti greeting in Europe Sovereign and a a a a a t Lalko with influenza a it la estimated to to half million people Over there Are suffering from the it a a a a a several death reported a it 11 a a a a a bounced in several Western civic to two thousand cases in Philadelphia. London dec. 23.�?Europe is still a influenza a grip. Some experts say the phenomenally mild weather has been favourable to the Breeding and nourishment certain germs which Long Ere this time year should Havo been annihilated by Frost. But this explanation is not altogether convincing peeing that the disease has no geographical limitation having thrived lustily alike in Tho Frozen North and Balmy South. It symptoms also vary to a considerable extent apparently in sympathy with climatic conditions and individual peculiarities. In this country there is a marked cerebral disturbance nausea vomiting violent diarrhoea sore Throat with extreme muscular weakness cardiac pain and depression and severe aching the limbs and Muscles the Back. I a Spain these symptoms Are varied by chills Shivers Bone aches headache and fever. The remedies recommended enforced Are As varied and curious As the symptoms. In Paris men Havo painted their mustaches with a preparation Pinol Ana have tried bravely to give up smoking Many families have tried keeping indoors with doors and windows sealed but the result has not been encouraging. At the present moment there can not be loss than half a million people suffering from this disease in Europe. In Odessa there Are said to be about 40.000 victims in Antwerp there Are 10.000 cases in Paris 60,000 to 80,000 in Madrid 30,000, and so . The disease is seriously affecting business also foe those who can afford it Are Rushing South migrating into . In Paris As elsewhere the disease has been rigidly impartial. President Carnot is among the victims there and m. Girard the prime minister m. De Frey pinot. Minister War m. Spuller minister foreign affairs and m. Faye minister agriculture Aro suffering from the same complaint. Or. Damaschino a leading physician is dead. Ilis death was due to influenza j and weakness the heart. This is the fifth death from influenza since the outbreak the epidemic three deaths front the disease having occurred at the St. C Academy and one at the polytechnic school. Among the victims the influenza epidemic Are count von Lafe the austrian prime minister Archduke William Austria and Princesa Stephanie widow Tho late Crown Prince Rudolph. The Queen Sweeden has also been attacked. The disease is spreading rapidly in Western Europe. An exalted sufferer is the German emperor. Attempts were made to deny that he had any thing More serious than a slight cold it was not until Friday evening that the emperor was allowed to leave his bed and he has not been permitted to leave his room. There was similar make believe in the Case Little King Alfonso Spain. Alfonso s Sisters had a mild attack and his aunt the Infanta Eulalia was suffering at the same time in Paris. Roumania a poet Queen has been ill Rumor says with influenza and has been ordered to spend a be Winter in Italy. , Deo. 2o.�?the spread tha influenza Epidell a my All classes in Boston is daily beco Nib it More noticeable. The Milady is prevalent among Railroad and Bank clerks which is y some theorists attributed to the handling infected tickets by the Fonnet and infected Money by the latter. Many Post office employees have also been attacked and foreign mails Are looked upon with suspicion. Sioux City ia., Doc. 23.�?the health authorities and local physicians Are somewhat Fygi Tatad Over the appearance Here what a Ftp posed to be influenza. So far the Elf tidy has not taken a Erious turn but is violent enough to necessitate rest and quiet for the patient. It is noticeable that the disease has taken hold persons who work indoors almost exclusively and Physt orians Are watching a no a lev cases very closely. Bloomington 111., dec. 23.-tha russian influenza has reached this City. The doctors report five Well defined cases one the victims being Moratz who is upward 70 years age. Her Case is a serious one. Philadelphia dec. 23.�?a medical expert says there Are Over 2,000 cases influenza in this City. The epidemic in this City seems to be somewhat mild and has a duration from Tofte seven Days. It is not limited to any Section territory but is raging severely along the main line the Pennsylvania Railroad. Or. R. G. Curtin said that the epidemic was in the air and would alight wherever it could find a nest. It was a result to thought atmospheric conditions and attacked persons whose nervous temperament was Over Strung. It is thought by some that the disease came with the fog that has prevailed Here several Days. Held to the grand jury. Chicago dec. 23.�?the coroners jury Ift estimating the death Max Mant Well who was recently hacked to pieces in his own cellar returned a verdict saturday afternoon holding mrs. Mant Well and Bruno wherling her Friend and former Boarder to Tho grand jury a charge having guilty knowledge the crime. Three firms suspend. New York dec. 23.�?the failure the Well known firms j. Q. Preble pfc co., Blank Book and envelope manufacturers 10 and 12 Thomas Street the Saugerties Blank Book com Pany 10 Thomas Street and j. B. Sheffield amp son manufacturers at Saugerties n. Y., was announced saturday to the gtd at Surprise the business Community the combined liabilities the houses Are reported to be $1,500,000. The direct effect the collapse reaches Chicago where the Wabash manufacturing company Are said Tobe involved. Fatal a explosion. Asheville n. C., dec. 23.�?early saturday morning the Ometer the City works exploded with fatal effects. Friday night owing to some defect in the works the was Cut off and men were engaged All through the night making repairs. The water was drawn from the Ometer that it Man might get inside to Stop the Leek. While so doing with a lantern the ignited and a in explosion followed instantly killing William Gatea and Lewis Guthrie and slightly two others

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