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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 2, 1889, South Haven, MichiganHaven Quot to vy1 vol. Ela Vest to Wlliott if ebb 2, 1889. Tto 37. Thirteen to Lens postage Stamps were bold in Nav York last Vear. The Duke Sutherland owns Only 1,8.58.5 acres land in England and 425,000 in this country. Poverty Sim inn is the name a coloured Aunalie in North Carolina who is one Hund and nine years old and who owns a few thousand dollars Worth property. An Alum mine has been discovered 1n Utah. It yield eighty to ninety per cent pure Alura which can be extracted by simply placing the crude material in boiling water. The news. Compiled from late dispatches fiftieth Congress. Miss Mary r Greeley East Lebanon n. H., is entitled to honorable mention. She recently saved from drowning three men who had broken through the ice while skating. A georgian seventy years old Rode sixteen Miles horseback to a fifty Dollar note. The items is worthy record because its oddity the general custom being to let the other fellow do the Riding. A Boston debating society is trying to decide whether it is Correct to refer to an unmarried woman physician As a miss l r. it would seem to be Correct unless her name is , Jones Johnson something Al get than a Smith. Jjo a a Man in Tennessee has for setting fire to a hotel the european plan a save an Exchange. A e Are not acquainted with the european plan setting fire to a hotel but suppose the result is the same the building Burns. The Philadelphia Ledger persists in calling the president elect Benjamin t. Harrison which causes Ati Exchange to Riso up and ask a was there never n Benjamin but that to must be named after Philadelphia s eminent , the late . Franklin?1 a Man in Butler c county kan., while Boring for water struck wind. Kansas people regard the discovery with far More alarm than curiosity for in digging a Hole in the ground to get out the Way a Cyclone As they have been in the habit doing they May let Loose another. Gamp meeting John Allen was made chaplain the Maine House in the famous fusion Vear. His put items a 1 t in opening the meetings the Bod were generally timely and sometimes unique. Unce he prayed a to lord if thou canst endow this body with Wisdom and discretion.�?�. Delaw Are has Boeuf selected As the place for holding the next reunion the Smith family. This an Exchange thinks is unfortunate a it Rainy will be prevented from attending by Lack space. If Texas were chosen then the sign a standing room Only need not occupy such a prominent place in the proceedings. A bet has been made that Winfield Blakes a coloured Man at Media pa., can cat in one hour one half a Bushel turnips one halt a Peck White potatoes six cups Coffee four loaves bread one half a Pound stewed prunes four pounds Bock six Small pies three Spring chickens three Oyster stews fifty raw oysters one can Salmon and Wash All this Down with a pint whisky. The trial is to come off in the near future. Anthony Higgins the recently elected United states senator from the state Delaware is forty eight a ears age is a native that state and a graduate Yale College the class 1861. He began the practice Law in Wilmington in 1861. He has always been a Republican and during general Grant s presidency was United states District attorney for Delaware. He is said to rank among the Ablest Law vers that state. A m an in new Ark n. J., tells a pitiful tale. His name was Limburger and the supreme court granted his petition for a change name to Burgur. The unfortunate gentleman Sas that every mention his name provoked laughter and that his children were ashamed to go to school As their playmates held their noses and exclaimed a a cheese and in Short . Limba Gur s life was far from a Happy one. This Story takes the cheese. The use the Telegraph instrument has become so much an every Day thing and Stoch a convenience that Mph seem to forget what a wonderful thing it is. A newspaper Man telephoned Quot to the Cable life the other Day and asked if a London special dispatch had come in there yet the operator replied that it had not and said a wait a minute and ill ask London if the copy has come in in a few minutes not More than ten fifteen be called Over the Telephone wire a London has t received the copy yet Samoa consists a group four islands in the Pacific Ocean about As far from the Sandwich islands As the latter Are Friom san Francisco and about thirteen Hundred Miles Northeast Australia. The names the four islands Are Upolu Savaii Aioli a , w Ith a Popula Ion in 1887 200 foreigners mostly americans englishmen and germans and 85.000 natives and with an area 2,650 Square Miles. These islands Are the dominating Power in that part the Pacific Ocean and the Conter Commerce. Some time ago miss Virginia Knox Pittsburgh a Lovely and accomplished Young woman married Tho handsome and dashing count de Mooter Cale Italy. They went to Paris their wedding tour where the count treated his Young Bride with such shameless cruelty that she left him. This was bad enough but there is still worse to Tell. The count was no count at All the mayor Pittsburgh has received a letter from the real count 4 Montereale saying that the so called coast who married miss Knox is the is his Gardener. Second Friday Jau. 25 a among the Bills passed by the Senate a it to. The following House Bill increasing the maximum j International Money orders from $25 to a 100 establishing two additional land districts in Nebraska thirty private i pension Bills and the military Acai Cray a Quot District Columbia and pension appropriation Bills. Adjourned to the 28th. In the House the time was up copied in d s i cussing the foundry civil appropriation Bill. At the evening session Twenty nine private pension Bill were passe i. Saturday Jan. 20.�?the sen Ite was not in session. In the House the Senate substitute for the Mills Tariff Bill was reported and referred to the ways and Means committee. The sundry c Vil Bill was considered in committee the whole. Monday Jan. 28 a a protest from citizens new Mexico against the admission that territory As a state was presented in the Senate. Lac Bill allowing a i pension Twenty five dollars a month to All women nurses during the late War to August 1885. Was passed. The diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill was further considered. In the House the Senate Bill was passed increasing the pension soldiers Sailor who have lost both hands to f 109 per month. The Senate concurrent Resolution providing for the joint meeting the two houses con Gress in wednesday february 111, for the purpose electoral vote was agreed to. A Bill was introduced providing for an enabling act for the admission the territories Arzona Idaho and w a Oming As states the Union. Tres nor Jan. 29 a in the Senate an amendment to the consular and appropriation Bill giving to our ministers abroad the title a a ambassador instead a envoy extraordinary and ministers Pleni Poten to Aryl was adopted. Senator Sherman stroke at length the Samoa difficulty maintaining Taat our rights must be asserted. In the House n petition thirteen thousand citizens Utah against the admission that territory at a state was presented the sundry civil appropriation Bill was red. A by 1 to provide for the better Protection the fur Seal and Salmon fisheries Al ski was reported. From Washington. A dining the Sec Ven Days ending the 25th Here were 831 business failures in the United states against a a was the previous seven Days. The total failures in Iho United states from january 1 to Dato was 1,132, ae.n-t1,172 in 1888. A Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United St its the cd Hango during the week ended the 26th aggregated �1.010.h12.217, against $1,124,13 ,526th$ previous week. As compare 1 with the Corre pending week 1883 Tho increase amounted to 17 7. Oat the a a eth Joseph Black american f suit Buda it Isis was recalled for writing a letter criticising t a Austro hungarian government. The report was current in Washington the 29th that president elect Harrison had decided to make the following Cabinet appointments Secretary state James g. But Fine Maine Secretary Tho Treasury Tilliam b. Allison Iowa master general John Wananmaker Pennsylvania Secretary War Russell a. Alger Michigan. The resignation colonel w. L. Then the night the 27th, in dts Luth m nn., destroyed the grand opera House valued at 1300,000, the Post office building and other structures. In Perkin s m in near Poplar Bluffs mo., a boiler exploded the 26th, killing three men and nine others were injured three fatally. Of the night the 26th tramps broke into a country a cobol House near Cincinnati o., and burned up All the books in the House to make a lire at which to warm themselves. Of the 28th several levees thirty Miles above Shreveport. La., gave Way causing j the submerging a Large tract country. All lowlands the red River not f protected by levees were under water. Julia c Mcclure Jackson county in Ltd i Iasi it eared recently and the 28ih it was Learned that to was Short in his accounts Over $33,, the Money belonging to minor heirs for whom he was acting As guardian. A fire destroyed Smiths livery stable at Anniston Ala the 28tb, and Twenty Tver horses and a number vehicles were consumed. Patrick 0neal� an Indianapolis wife Bater was taken from his House the 28th by a crowd and after being Given lashes was warned to mend his ways. A train was thrown from the track the 28th near to Export ind., and thirty passengers were injured but a no fatally j at Cincinnati William Stem Ken and Joseph Hodges employees in a rolling Mill played a a hanging the 28th Writh Joseph Pope age 1 forty seven years As Tho victim. Th<4y Strung him up about six feet when the knot slipped and to Wras choked j to death. Nearly forty wooden buildings in ban Francisco comprising the Chinatown that place wore destroyed by fire the 23th. Flames in the Village St. Mary ala., the 2>lh destroyed the business portion. I the 29tb Joseph a. Moore Indian Apolis. Ind., Tho $5 0,000 embezzler from the connect Cut Mutual life insurance company quietly left for parts unknown. Contr Tok Cline who built the Bridge at Spottsville ky., w hich fell recently killing a number workmen was the i 29th indicted for murder i the execution Amman Ellis coloured took place the 29th at Raleigh n. For the murder his father last september. James h. Beury dem was Qlee Ted for his second term As United states senator Tho 29th by Tho Arkansas legis a lature. Lov Tho 29th John m. Clayton late Republican candidate for Congress in the second District Arkansas was assassinated at Llu Turner Ville. Or. Clayton was contesting a seat from the second District i in the fifty first Congress now held by c. R. Breckinridge. At Lexington va., great excitement prevailed Tho 29th Over the discovery near there an immense Mountain the richest Iron Ore. In the first Indiana District f. B. Posey rep a the �9th elected to Congress to fill Tho vacancy caused by Tho resignation general Hovey. The Cabinet. Foreign intelligence. On Tho i amp a father Mccarthy charged with incite log Boycott at Clona Kilty Iro land was sentenced to four months imprisonment. I advices the 25th from Zanzibar state that Rev. Or. Brooks an English missionary and sixteen his followers had been murdered by Tho natives a Telegram the 25th from Zanzibar says that tin american sailing vessel bound for m Zanzibar to Madagascar was Holm comptroller the currency was j to cd by a German vessel and one tendered to the president the 29th. Masts was broken. A Man named Rudolph and his family consisting six persons were suffocated a. B. Shepard to death the 25th at Croston Saxony the firm Leo amp Shepard the Well known by the escape Coal from a stove Book publishers Boston occurred the i a a in attn from Zanzibar received at 25th, at the age sixty years. The British foreign office the 26th All the Lehigh and individual collieries stated that the arabs engaged in the recent around Shenandoah a shut Down Slaughter missionary Brooks and his Tho 25th, owing to their markets being sixteen followers said that Tho deed was the East. Tiie death Charles overstocked with Coal about four thousand men were Idle. Counterfeit Siver dollars in Large quantities were afloat in Reading pa., the 25th. They w Ere Well executed. During a fire in the Central Stock Yards company a Abattoir at Jersey City the 26th a Early four thousand hogs were burned to death. The loss exceeded $190,003. Capitalists Boring for Oil at South Bury conn., wore rejoicing Tho 20th Over the discovery Oil at a depth eleven Hundred feet the Drill run through a vein Carl it in which there was much Silver. A Sikkie the Limestone Quarry men the and Mahoning valleys j was inaugurated the 23th for an and i Vanee in wages three cents per ton. James d. Fish formerly president the Marine National Bank new York bad his sentence ten years in Tho stale prison for mis applying funds commute Quot by president Cleveland the 28th, and would soon be at Liberty. The death mrs. Nancy Edgerly occurred at Wolf Boro n. By. On the 28th, at the age one Hundred and four years five months and Twenty eight Days. She retained All her faculties a Tref strength to the last Birola As entered Tho Post office at Rahway n. J., Early the morning the 28th, and succeeded in blowing open the Safe and abstracting 11,500. In joint convention the 38th the Maine legislature elected George l. Beal Norway slate treasurer. The new York supreme court the 2sth affirmed the verdict for $75,003 for breach Promise a dec Fred bar Clara Campbell Iron ten o., against Charles Arbuckle the millionaire Coffee merchant. On the 2>th Tho Sheldon Axle works at Wilke bar re pa., the largest Plant in the country suspended temporarily and twelve Hundred men were thrown out work. Mrs. Ami Kirby Post Rochester n. Y., the noted woman suffragist and abolitionist died the 29th, need eighty six years. She maintained an underground Railroad station in times slavery and had As Many As thirteen runaway slaves in her cellar atone time. In new York City All the Street car lines were tied up by strikers the 29tb, and attempts to run cars resulted in serious riots in which Many persons Wero wounded. Several the strikers were arrested. The death Jacob Knapp editor the Reading a times occurred the 29th, at the age Sevonty one years. To was the oldest editor tit Pennsylvania. Committed in revenge for England a ant slave Trade policy. At dares Salam in East Africa an engagement took place the 26th resulting in the defeat Tho arabs Many hot were Kille l. The Tench. Ministry tendered their resignations the 28th in consequence the election general Boulanger to Tho chamber deputies but president Carnot declined to accept them. Tonquin advices the 29th announce the death the k no f f annul. In a speech in Loudon the 29th Edward Stanhope England a minister War prophesied the speedy outbreak in Europe a Tho fiercest and most horrible War Over the ice gave re Tho 29th Lake Rideau near san Burn ont., and sixteen teamsters and their Twenty horses were i owned. West and South. Freight trains collided the 25th the Baltimore amp Ohio Road near w. Va., causing a damage $100, xxx no lives were lost. All Over the ranges in South Florida cattle were dying Tho 25th from starvation the Al it lands where they usually feed being nearly All submerged by continuous Rains. A saw Mill boiler exploded the 25th at tar hollow near o., killing George Aad James dearth and John w. Arlidge and Ebenezer Starling were fatally injured. Four Small children who were left in a House at Oglethorpe ga., the 96th by Mary Potter coloured while she went to work were burned to death. On the 26th w. Boatwright was arrested at Sullivan ind., charged with counterfeiting and a Complete counterfeiters outfit was found in his Possession. Advices the 26th say that major Lillie a a Pawnee Bill intended to invade Oklahoma Early in february with ten thousand men. A millionaire banker Baltimore Jacob Tome the 26th donated 2 500,000 for a boys and girls training school. 8eynty-five White Caps destroyed three Bouses in Jerome file o., the my later. Advices received at Auckland new zealand the Fajth ult. From Sarnia announced that the Gere ans there had begun systematic warfare the nut be sympathizers via the Mataafa. It was Alio sail that All fictions the samoans including the follow Tersoff tamases who had hitherto been favored by Tho germans would unite against the foreign foe. No particulars had been received but it was believed the next mail would bring new serious conflict in the Island. The round Bouse the Gulf Colorado amp Santa be la ail a company at Galveston Tewos burned Tae 30th ult. Loss $103,090. Tea Jumber firm c. B. Burt amp co., at Williamsport pa., failed the 30th ulu for $5 3 000 Tuil British ship sir Walter Raleigh Luden with Wool from Sydney n. S. W., wont a found the 10th ult near Boulogne an l five the Crew were drowned. Up to the 30th ult. The Federal grand jury at Indianapolis ind., had returned one Hundred and s qty Oue indictments for violation the Law and several prominent men bad . The committee judiciary in them Ine Senate the 30th ult. Voted to forbid the Sale cigarettes to lie sons under sixteen years age and to provide a penalty for a nil for under sixteen who smokes in a Public place. Joun it ill and by son were killed the 33th Uit. While driving across the Boston amp Maine Railroad track at Ipswich mass their horse was also killed. Jacob Falk a wealthy Farmer living near Bluff ton ind., Sun Elded the 30th Uit. By shooting. For Somo time past he had not lived happily with his wife and she had applied for a divorce. Allie Crow Ell a fourteen year old girl living in Bethleham township ind., confessed the30th ult. To the burning several dwellings claiming she was paid one Hundred dollars for doing it. She was thought to be insane. Archduke Ruri blah Tho be r apparent to the throne Austria died suddenly the 30lh ult apoplexy at Wierling near Baden aged thirty one years. Charles m. Balco and Nis wife Walnut Springs tex., were foun dead in Bei the 30th ult., having been shot through the heart it was thought that Balch killed his wife and then took his own life. In a Ama county tenn., the 30th-ult a crowd horse whipped two mormon elders named Miller and Winters. They were then tarred and feathered and ordered la leave the country pain death. Cincinnati a new chamber Commerce building was dedicated the 90th Ull with appropriate ceremonies. The United by amp Tes Senate the 90th ult. Resumed consideration the diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill the time being occupied in discussing the amendments affecting the samoan islands. The Brit a extradition treaty was Zaiac considered. In the House the time was passed in discussing the Oklahoma by. General Harrison has tendered the state portfolio to . Blaine who has formally accepted the Honor a senator Allison May have the Treasury department but is still undecided a Wana maker and Alger booked for places new York Likely to get two seats the South and far West will probably lie remembered. Washington Jan. 30t�?two the timbers in president Harrison a Cabinet have been definitely chosen. James g. Blaine Maine certainly will by the next Secretary state and in All probability will am b. Allison Iowa will be president Harrison a Secretary the Treasury. The fact that . Blaine has been offered and has accepted the portfolio Secretary state is absolute. The fact that senator Allison has been offered the position financial adviser to the president elect is equally positive. It la Quot James g. Blaine. Is almost As certain that he has accepted the proffered Honor will do so. Speculation in Regar to the other Cabinet positions has also crystallized into information a positive character. The same degree certainty which attaches to the statements regarding president Harrison a intentions in relation to . Blaine and senator Alison applies to the further announcement that John Wana make the Philadelphia millionaire and senator quays right hand Man has been offered a Cabinet position rather the Choice me two Cabinet Posi sit ions the Secretary ship Tho Navy the postmaster generalship that Tho War portfolio has been offered to general Alger Michigan that the state new York is to to allotted two Cabinet positions the Secretary ship the Navy and the newly created commissioner ship agriculture the postmaster general ship and Tho commissioner ship agriculture. Inasmuch As it is known to be in accordance with . Wanamaker a desire preside Over the Post office department in whose administration he Hopes to carry out some those practical reforms which have suggested themselves to his Strong business mind it is the current belief that the Pennsylvania Man will not hesitate in accepting the postmaster generalship. This would leave to new York the Secretary ship the Navy and Tho department agriculture. Astl a difficulty in new York has been Tho impossibility selecting both the two leaders from that state Thomas c. Platt and Warner Miller for any one the positions in Tho gift the president elect such an arrangement a3 that now outlined would solve this difficulty give to new York an adequate represent Aton in the Cabinet and by assigning . Platt to the Secretary the Navy and Warner Miller to the department agriculture offer each the two leaders a Post in every Way acceptable. The disposition Cabinet places so far made exhausts Tho list with the exception the Secretary ship Tho Interior and the attorney generalship. William n. Allison. Concerning these it May be said in a word that it is still All speculation and no certainty. Should general Harrison decide to invite representation in his Cabinet from lie South it is the belief Many among the vell posted politicians that he will choose his attorney general from that Section and award the Secretary ship Tho Interior to the far West. In this event it is believed the president elect would a deserved tribute to Tho steadfast republicanism East Tennessee and at the same time secure an Able attorney general were to to choose one its representatives Lor the Post Legal adviser to the admin strap . Californians claims might and probably would be satisfied we Ith the Secretary ship the Interior. New y Ork Jan. 30.�?All Tho leading papers publish dispatches from Indianapolis Washington Chicago an Albany confirming the statements that . Blaine and . Allison will be Secretary state and Secretary the Treasury in president Harrison a Cabinet. Among the correspondents at the centers where accurate information these subjects can be obtained there is no doubt these two Points. There is a general verdict that John Wanamaker will be in the Cabinet and that Tom Platt can be postmaster general if he so desires. The Republican papers Are somewhat chagrined at the loss the Secretary ship the Treasury to the state new York and Tho Tribune by Way headlines says this state will Only get a crust. Shot dead. Jolin m. Clayton a noted Republican Leader in Arkansas brother Powell Clayton and a contestant for congressman Breckinridge a beat assassinated. A Summersville ark., Jan. 30.�?John m. Clayton brother Powell Clayton and one the most prominent Republican leaders in the Southwest was assassinated tuesday night at his boarding House Here. Clayton was about to retire when he was shot and killed. To ran against . Breckinridge for Congress in the last election and contested the seat there is great excitement Over the murder. Clayton lived at Pine Bluff. It is supposed the murder grew out politics. A a a a a a a left Uncle same a employ. Or. Trenholm comptroller the currency Resigna a his temporary successor Washington Jan. 30.�?comptroller the currency Trenholm has tendered his resignation to the president and left Washington tuesday night for new York City where he will at Onoe enter upon his duties As the newly elected president the american surety company that City. Or. Jesse d. Abrahams who for two years past has assisted the comptroller will at once become acting comptroller and will undoubtedly continue to fill the position until the close the present administration. Will do Battle. Boulanger a Winner. Germany declares War against the a moans the latter Combine for resistance a message to Congress from the president Bismarck proposes another conference. Auckland Jan. 31.�?advices from Samoa state that the germans have declared War against Mataafa. London Jan. 30.�?advices received confirm the probability that All the samoan factions will unite against Germany. A to Congress. Quot Washington Jan. 31.�?the president transmitted to Congress late wednesday afternoon a message samoan affairs accompanied by a number documents. In his message the president says a a to the Congress i had the Honor the 15th lust to communicate to your honorable body certain correspondence and documents in relation to affairs in the samoan islands and since received further dispatches from the vice Consul at Apia and the commander the United states naval vessel nip sic in those Waters i lose no time in laying them before you. I also transmit herewith the full text instruction from Prince von Bismarck to the German minister at this capital which was communicated the afternoon the 28th inst this appears to be an amplification prior telegraphic instruction the same subject communicated through the same Channel and which being set Forth in the Noto the 12th inst. Of the Secretary state to count von Arco Valley the German minister was duly Laid before Congress with my last message in relation to samoan affairs. It is also proper to inform you that monday the 28th inst., the occasion the communication the note the Prince Chancellor the Secretary state was Given to understand by the German minister that a proposition from his government to that the United states for a conference the samoan subject was its Way by mail having left Berlin the 20th inst. So that its arrival Here in due course mail can be looked for in a very Short time. In reply to an inquiry from the Secretary state whether the proposition referred to was for a renewal the joint Fonfe Ronco Between the United states Germany and great Britain which was suspended in july 1887, for the consideration samoan affairs a novo. The German minister stated his inability to answer until the proposition which left Berlin the 20th inst. Should have been received. I shall hereafter communicate to the Congress All information before me in relation samoan status. Grove from Bismarck. Under Date lit rain january 18, 1889, Prince Bismarck writes count von Arco the German minister at Washington As follows a copy Wlach the count left at the site department january 28 a a i have already notified your excellency that according to telegraphic communications from Apia december 18 last year a detachment German naval forces which had landed at the requester the Imperial Consul for the Protection the German settlements which were endangered by the conflicts Between the native parties there was attacked by armed samoans belonging to the party chief Mataafa. The s unprovoked attack is said to have taken place under the leadership an american named Klein this occasion More than fifty German soldiers and officers were killed and wounded. In consequence this we have been transplanted from the territory mediator Al negotiations by which the Imperial Consul in Apia was trying to reconcile the contending parties and for which he had sought the cooperation his English and american colleagues into a state War with the assailants to our regret. We shall carry the contest which has been forced upon us by Mataafa and his followers with the utmost consideration for English and american interests. Our military measures have in View Only the punishment the murderers German soldiers and the Protection our countrymen and their property. As they part Are at War with interference will necessarily assume the character assistance to tamases. In the Endeavor for the just punishment a murderous crime we Hope for the co operation the treaty Powers in Samoa in Friendship with us j and we ask the government the United states to be Good enough to furnish the con suls and the commanders its ships War in Samoa with suitable instructions. Our armed a forces there Are instructed to avoid and to prevent All injury to Neutral Commerce Banff property and to adopt measures reprisal and destruction Only against the followers the party which Init ated the contest against troops by a murderous attack to. A we shall course abide by the agreement with America and Rugland with respect to Samoa and due regard under All circumstances to the rights these Powers As established by treaty a i beg your excellency to bring this communication to . Bayard s knowledge by Reading it to him and to leave a copy with him if he requests it. re Cincin watf3 pet. His French general defeats his rivals by a big majority Rainier Floquet and the c bin to express a Willingto a to resin in i a quiet Flection. Paris Jan 28.�?the most exciting election that Ever took place in the department the Heine a amps just closed the election general Boulanger by a plurality 81 5&> Over Jacques Anda Clear majority Over All 51,43- Tho Complete vote is Boulanger., j., .241,070 Jacques f.162,520 Boult a. 16,761 other candidates. 10,8 8 the boula0gista predict Tho immediate fall the i Loquet ministry the dissolution Parl ii a Moat and a general election in March. They also forecast a rupture in the Radical party and express the belief that forty Radic Sii deputies will Piti the Boulanger ranks and thu give the general a following. Of sixty Merj Ibers in the a present chamber feed that the ministry will resign to Day. The members the government Are astounded at tiie result Boulanger Viil resign the Seine seat retaining that for the Nord department it it rumoured that m. Magnin the governor the Bank France will be asked to form a cab Jaet. Perfect Ler Wae maintained a duo doubtless to a great extent to general Boulanger a instructions to his followers to maintain order otherwise they would injure him. The prefect police had take every precaution to suppress any disturbance. Large numbers householders we8e enlisted to Aid the police. A mrs were held in readiness at various Oen. Boulanger. Bets arc freely ded cation iter la Wilsonie new chamber Coninis rep. Cincinnati a 31.�?Tho ceremonies at ten King the dedication the new chamber Commerce wire attended by Many guests from ail is the United states. Disappointment was Felt at the inability a president elect a Harrison to be present. Promptly at ur30 a. In. Yesterday the j members formed an Iliae and marched to the new Bui Dinar at 11 clock the meeting was Callea Tor order by president Cincis Natl a new cii4mbsr Commerce. Risen. The oration was delivered by general Edward f. Noyes followed by mayor Smith who made a speech Welcome to the representatives other commercial bodies. Tho banquet was spread in the evening Over 5u0 guests sat Down to it. The new building stands at the Corner fourth and Vine streets. It is built Gray Granite. The site occupies Ico feet fourth Street by 15 to Baker Street. The Cost the buil King is c25,00counting the site at its value the whole property is estimated to be Worth $1,000,000. The Exchange Hall is the second floor and is 50 feet his and 136x66 feet exclusive the lobby which is 33x23 feet. A a celebrated criminal lawyer having just defended a noted Assassin so brilliantly that the wretch was acquitted in the face overwhelming evidence Steps up to the judge a a word in Youree a your judge a Well what is it a a i would ask that the prisoner be detained in jail until to Morrow morning. I have to Cross a lonely Field my Way Homo and the Rascal happens to know that i have Money about obliging judge a ooh certainly a a cartoon. A m w a an Eastern potentate once asked a group his courtiers which they thought the greatest Many himself his father. At first to could elicit no reply to so dangerous a question. At last a wily old courtier said a a your father sire for though you Are equal to your father in All other respects in this he is Superior to you that he had a greater son than any you he was promoted the spot a an Irish theatrical manager recently advertised for a Broth a Boyf to make a a Supe a president Carnot. Points and to Vallve were ordered to patrol the streets and disperse All gatherings. Municipal a Nares lined Tho boulevards and in every Quarter the police and military were Well prepared to suppress an outbreak. There wer numerous encounters Between the vol factions saturday night the most violent encounter took place in Montmartre where a number persons were wound. Tie police interfered and arrested Severus the ring leaders. Another serious collision occurred in Tho Faubourg due Temple where Sev eral persons Wero injured. At several electoral meetings there Wero scenes great disorder. Bands men and lads singing Tho a a Marseillaise and Boula Gist songs paraded the boulevards until a late hour. In Tho place de Lares oblique and the place de la opera ii a r meetings Wero held. Great Masse people were present but the proceedings were the whole fairly orderly although a few individual brawls occurred 1 and a number persons were arrested. The cab Niet sat from 11 p. M. Until 1 a. M. Premie Floquet informed president Carnot that the Cabinet was prepared to resign if Tho president considered such a step advisable. Several the ministers advocated a reconstruction the Cabinet a wider basis. They proposed to include in Tho new ministry a influential men from All the Republican sections. President Carnot awaits the result the sitting Floquet. 0f the chamber deputies before coming to a decision. He has consulted with my. Ferry Wal Dock Rou seau Girard Kay Nal and others. The ministers separated after do Riding upon police measures to preserve order. In the organization was marvelous. For the first t me in the history Paris carriages Wero employed to convey voters the the polls. Boulanger a carriages were the first in the Field and his canvassers were provided with the names and addresses the Panama shareholders and other classes a lectors. Members the patriotic league did spirited and gratuitous worn a canvassers. Voters Wero cautioned to add a a general to Boulanger a name As a civilian named Boulanger had posted placards Over night As a candidate Louise Michel worked hard in behalf the general and was largely instrumental in securing the Victory. The Jacques organization was far inferior to that the Boul ingists. It is computed that 100,000 conservatives and As Many More radicals and socialists voted for general Boulanger. M. De Lesseps claimed the credit for the general a immense majority As the result his telling Bis clients How to vote and publicly dining Boulanger. Since july 1887, general Boulanger has received in different elections add aggregate 700.000 votes. The republicans Tekut. During the same period claim 1,200.000. On the Petite Bojito a after Tho election rentes decline 5 centimes for Money and 25 centimes for Tho account. News from Kline train. Squakim Jan. 28.�?a prominent merchant who has arrived Here from Khartoum confirms the report that the Mahair a successor was Defeated by Benussi. He also declares that the White prisoner was not a european and certainly not Emin who sent the prisoner a copy the Khedive a letter t encourage him. Four burned to death. Atlanta ga., Jan. 28.�?while a coloured woman Nain de Mary Porter was absent from her House in Oglethorpe the House caught fire and her four Small children were burned to death before help could be extended. Michigan legislature. Thi the skating record broken. Minneapolis minn., Jan. 28.�?five thousand people witnessed the Twenty mile skating race for Tho championship the world at the base Ball Park sunday Between Axel Paulsen and. Rudolph Goetz Milwaukee. It was easily won by Paulsen who made the Twenty Miles in one hour eight minutes Aud thirty seconds breaking the worlds record. Oil i Connecticut. Waterbury con Jan. 28.�?waterbury capitalists who have been Boring for Oil at bout Bury conn., Are rejoicing Over the discovery Oil at a depth 1,100 foot Tho Drill runs through a Waln Earth at j50 feet in which there u woh Silver. Senate a Lis were Inirio Lucid Tho 4th to authorize the big rapids to borrow Money for Public improvements to Amend Tho Law organizing asylums for the insane to repeal the Standard time act to prohibit the manufacture and Sale liquors in counties voting for local option and in certain others to to a tha 6 fix states office has been investigating to Michigan state news. Wheat yield. Tills Stato Cost liaising tin crop in officially Givon. For several year past the Secretary voting for prohibitory amendments to Rato tolls Telephone companies to Amend the liquor Laws to regulate the management and running Faitro amp Msj to regulate Tho formation companies engaged in Commerce and navigation. House Bills were introduced for the establishment an institution for feeble minded children for the Protection fish at Les Chenaux for a state Board arbitration in labor troubles providing for the death penalty when murder is committed during an attempt to perpetrate arson rape robbery burglary for the repeal Standard time As the Legal time the state to 1100 state Bounty to All Michigan Soldier in the War the rebellion who served ninety Days More previous to february 1, 18 15 to reorganize the Twenty first and eighth judicial circuits and to create the Twenty ninth to provide Lor the collection and compilation divorce statistic a to provide for uniformity and for free text books in the Public schools the state to exempt from execution material used in printing a newspaper., a b 11 was passed to organize the Village Iron Mountain. Senate Bills were introduced the 2.7th appropriating 1229, xxx to Mich University f��000 to the soldiers Home and g6, to the agricultural College to Amend the Law requiring the heating passenger cars by steam to Amend the Law to increase the fees county clerks for marriage licenses for the admission insane veterans to the asylums to incorporate the Mich Southern railway company. Adjourned to the 28tb. House Bills were passed relative to offences against the lives and persons individuals to authorize the auditor general to balance accounts w the the soldiers Home to provide for the admission insane inmates the Michigan soldiers Home to the state asylums. Bills were introduced to protect Trees along the Public highways to prevent Domestic animals from running at Large the Public Highway to protect fish and prohibiting the use nets and seines to Amend the Law relative to disorderly persons who desert their families to become Public burdens to provide for reporting mortgages for assessment purposes for Tho preservation Deer and making Bois Blanc Island a Deer Park f it i ten years to declare the Waters great fall free to All persons for shooting und fishing purposes for a state inspector factories with special reference to chill labor for a prohibitory Law similar to the Kansas Law. Senate was not in session the 26tb. House the committee Public health favourably reported a Oill to Amend the present Law which makes local health officers who fail to report contagious diseases liable to a Fine. The amendment adds imprisonment in Case the Fine is not paid. Representative Connor gave notice a Bill to regulate voting at All elections. It is modelled after the Massachusetts election Law. Senate bils were introduced the 28th to establish a uniform system text books to consolidate Oscoda and a Sable in Iosco county giving them the name Iosco. Senator Leavitt offered a Resolution for electing a president pro tem. On january 31, which was referred to the committee Jud Cary. The Bill increasing the governors salary to 14,000 failed but was afterwards reconsidered and referred. House Bills Wero introduced to Amend the marriage License Law to incorporate the City Cheboygan to Amend the act providing Bounty for killing English sparrows to provide against adulteration Dairy products making an appropriation is.�?T,797 for the agricultural collage to relieve the id see from liability for paying rent after the destruction injury thereof by the elements to incorporate the Village Shepherd in Isabella county to give married men the same rights As married women in respect to property a q a died before marriage Viz to bold it in their own right without giving the wife any claim upon it to increase the liquor taxes As follows Selling either malt intoxicating liquors at retail $800 intoxicating 1 Quorn at wholesale look wholesale and retail $1,0x. The Brewers tax is left at f�,5 tax distillers i8x and no person paying a manufacturers lax is liable for the wholesale dealers tax. The Bill authorizing the formation companies to acquire hold and but upon real estate was passed. A petition was received asking for Bounty Wolf scalps setting Forth the fact that the destruction Deer the upper Peninsula was greater from wolves than Hunters. Interesting variety. Cost wheat production in my cd and Tho following figure ars it Fli rally Given the Cost the 1883 wheat Croo was 813.55 per acre in the Southern counties $12.35 in Tho Central counties and $13-53 in the Northern general average in 2.06. The Cost per Bushel in the Southern counties was 66 cents in the Central 65, and in Tho Northern 58 general average for the state 64. The average per acre for the five years 1n34-s8, is $14.75 in the Southern counties $13.16 in Tho Central and $12 24 in Tho Northern general average for the state $14.22. The average net Cost per Bushel for the Tive years is 66 cents in the Southern counties 63 in the Central and 69 in the Northern average for the state 64the general average Cost for the five years was seventy cents. These figures represent the Cost according to the crop correspondents whose reports Are always better than the general average the state. The average Iel wheat per acre the farms the correspondents for the five years is Southern Countie 19.38 Bushes Central 16.79 bushels Northern 14.66 bushels. A wealthy widow murdered. Mrs. Mary h. Latimer widow aged about sixty years was found the other morning in her room in Jackson dead in a Pool blood. She had been shot twice in the head. A cellar door was found broken open through which the murderer entered and left. She was alone in the House her son a Well known druggist being gone to Detroit business. She was prominent in society her husband before his death being for years a successful merchant. Her son had charged with committing the crime. Missing for seventeen years. Seventeen years ago w in slow Shaw a lumber dealer disappeared from Rockford and having a Large sum Money his person at the time was supposed to have been murdered for his Money. In 1333 a Skeleton was found in rogue River where . Shaw had last been seen and it was supposed to be Shaw s. The other Day his son received a Telegram from sauced a Mich., stating that Shaw had died there and had disclosed his identity when informed that he was about to die. Health in Michigan. Reports to the state Board health by fifty nine observers in different parts the state for Tho week ended january 19, indicated that bronchitis and diphtheria increased land remit tent fever inflammation the bowels tonsillitis consumption the lungs decreased in urea prevalence. Diphtheria was reported at. Twenty one places Scarlet fever at Fotty typhoid fever at thirteen measles at two Wajjid Small pox at nine places. Smoked out the customers. All business men at re jacket recently agreed to Cio seat eight clock at night except Yai Owstein amp sons. The other night eight clerks rival stores entered Yal Owstein a place each smoking a cheap Cigar. Tuey began looking Over goods puffing vigorously and soon cleared the store All lady customers. They attempted no violence but simply smoked the people out. The clerks claimed they would keep up this warfare. Three times and out. Four years ago a Little negro boy while playing the track the d. G. Amp m. Railway in Detroit fell under the wheels an engine and had one leg Cut off. I guardian sued the company obtaining a verdict 18,0 0. A new trial was ordered by the supreme court which resulted in a disagreement. Tie third was concluded the other morning and the jury after being out fourteen hours returned a verdict $8,750 damages. Said the Sparrow Robin and Thrush Are to possess the gift ventriloquism. Bostat has the grandest railway station in the world. It Cost nearly $20,000,000. Good farming mean3 the exercise such care and foresight that nothing is allowed to waste through neglect. To Tere is no other animal the farm so sympathetic and to responsive to kindness and attention As the embryo cow. Kiang Hsc Tho Young emperor Tho flowery kingdom Lias thirty Cooks and As Many doctors in his household. It is Tho Only Way he can cop his digestion in equilibrium. Tiie pc rigid germ dysentery has been discovered by Chen Demesse and Viedal. It is a Bacillus with founded ends and is some-1 what thicker in the Middle than towards the ends. They Are said to grow luxuriantly in sterilized Seine water. What is now Tho great and powerful nation Germany was composed in Tho eighteenth Century nearly three Hundred states each governed by its own Petty Sovereign. These disunited states had Little influence in european affairs where United Germany is to Day a dominant Force. A Little negro boy opened an Oyster the other Day in Montezuma ga., and found inside a Little Mullet tiie fish was alive and flopping and was lying contentedly by the Side the occupant the Shell. How it got there and How Long it had been there Are two interesting questions. The honorable artillery company London Tho oldest military body in Tho world a portion whose members visited America recently has been dissolved by Queen Victoria owing to Tho dissatisfaction the part the Prince Wales and others with the financial management the organization. An Engineer says that he has discovered by careful Experiment that a polished Stone pavement requires full one half More exertion to traverse than an equal distance Granite pavement. A Brick walk gives much less fatigue while an Iron pavement last with Little projections is by far Tho easiest any to walk upon. A Tourno Man Albany n. Y., who prides himself his ability to do queer things now astonishes his friends by tossing up a grape and As it comes Down cutting it in two with one stroke his razor. It took him Over five Weens to learn the trick and it Cost him Tho end Uno i fingers before he succeeded. A mrs. Fitz had company to Tea. Little Fitz had been told How to behave and a Good big bribe was promised him if he acted out his part the programme. He did very Well until to saw the company beginning to eat some Jam that was served in Small dishes. Then fixing his round eyes a Majestic old lady opposite to him he bawled in the Sweet tones childhood a did you taste the Pill a a Detroit free press. A Wellesley Sophomore to Vassar ditto a i do think your class yell is just too Lovely for any thing How did you get it up a Vassar Sophomore we were having a meeting for that purpose and a mouse came gliding out its Hole. The yell was a kind spontaneous free press. A a How droll a is now the proper expression according to High English authority. It is to be hoped that hereafter a How funny will be with drawn from circular in. Tribune. Triple murder attempted. The other night aurut Tonto went to the Cabin Christian Stuchal a pomander living seven Miles from Lansing and shot Stuchal wounding him in the head. He also shot a granddaughter thirteen years old. An mra. Stuchal both in the breast. Mra Stuchal died in a few minutes. The in a critical state and Stuchal would recover. Tonto fled. His object was to steal some Money Stuchal had received for cattle. A big failure. It �3 said that the Burns construction company Battle Creek which made an assignment recently owes about $1,000,000, and that John Fitzgerald president the Irish american land league is a creditor to the extent $450,000. The assignment As alleged was made after Tho company had come into Possession $2,250,000 in railway Bonds. Short hut newsy items. Peter Clement who died at Pittsburg a Short time ago left a legacy $5,000 to Hope College it Holland. Robert m. Adams the assistant bookkeeper a Detroit clothing merchant upon being told recently that his services wore no longer required emptied the Cash drawer $1,083 and went to Canada. While a pleasure party were returning to Iron Mountain from Quinnesec the other afternoon the team ran away and overturned the Sleigh and Herbert Armstrong agent the can a company waa fatally Hurt. Godfrey Binger while lifting a car at West Bay City the other Day was killed by the handle a Jack screw flying around and hitting him the head. Charles Fletcher fell from a freight train near Ross recently and fractured Hia Skull. Mrs. Adelbert Brody big rapids got a divorce the other Day and that same evening her husband married miss addle Reed a Telephone operator. Muskegon will Annex Lakeside with two thousand inhabitants. R. Burt has been re elected president the Michigan Salt association. Tho common Council 8l Ignace recently passed in ordinance authorizing saloons to keep open till eleven clock at night and striking out the clauses requiring them to close sundays Legal holidays Etc. Citizens were indignant. John Martin landlord the commercial hotel in Emmet had an ear bitten off by a Tough named Dempsey the other night and would probably be def in that ear for life its drum being injured. Dempsey skipped. J6el w. Niles a Well known citizen Berrien Springs was burned to death the other night in a fire which destroyed i House the Bill for the Relief Charles Peterson the old coloured Man whose wife died leaving 20,000 which would escheat to the state under the Law has passed both houses and has been approved by the governor. James Mahler upper Peninsula report that a pack wolves recently ran off Hia team and chased him up a tree Dally amp Mcrae Railroad contractor Detroit began suit in Wayne circuit court the other Day against the grand rapid Lansing amp Detroit Railroad company for 1600,000 damages. Calvin Hewitt who assaulted mrs. Nancy Reynolds aged sixty seven years at Climax plead guilty in the circuit court the other afternoon and was sentenced to twelve year a imprisonment. Burglars gained Entrance into Enron Beliantz a residence at Cheboygan the other night and before they were apprehended had made Good to my a Joppa with Eon valoahl9 and till i a game

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