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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 5, 1887, South Haven, MichiganVox., Sis South a a bunt Mig 5$ pm Briary a 1887 3sto. 37 8tajm merchants in new York Wavu taken Steps toward the formation a Spanish chamber Commerce in that City. A Bill before the state legislature Tennessee makes it a criminal offence to preach polygamous doctrines in the state. A fund has been started at Lewiston me., for the Relief Solon Chase the once influential Greenbacker who a been loft homeless by fire. A Box Straw a Erie which editor Singerly erf Philadelphia sent to editor Childs the other Day were raised in the formed Green House at a Cost three Hundred dollars. By is Caid that senator Jones Nevada has been offered $1,000,000 for his interest in the Rancho san Vinta at i Anfin Monica cal., but refused. He ��id$160,000forit miss Ransom s portrait president Garfield which mrs. Garfield says is the Best Ever painted was unveiled in the soldiers memorial Hall at Toledo o., the other evening. The news. Compiled from late dispatches. A sixth Congress. The l Uke Sutherland who is now in Washington owns 425,000 acres land in this country besides holding in undisputed title to a Little Patch in England 1,358,545 acres. Maine and Ohio a it eople Are worried about hard cider. The Maine legislature has a Bill preventing the Sale Apple juice Over Twenty Days old and the Dow Lan in Ohio makes hard cider an intoxicant. The Public debt Canada has increased it is said seventy five dollars a minute during the whole sir John Macdonald s administration allowing ten working hours a Day and Twenty Aix working Davs to the month. There is now in preparation a a life general John a. Logan by . Dawson late librarian the Senate at Washington who was an intimate Friend the general. He will be aisle in the work by mrs. Logan. As Barnum s great african lion a a Kennedy Quot aged Over Twenty years and valued at $6,000, which had a a year suffered from paralysis the limbs was put to death in new York recently with sixteen ounces chloroform. The main building for the american exhibition in London this year will be constructed steel Railroad rails and it is thought that this plan solves the problem erecting fire proof temporary. Buildings with the utmost Speed and at the least Cost. A Man in Montreal who has been struck by lightning three times claims that the heavenly visitations cured him rheumatism and dyspepsia. Lightning has Long been recognized As a Rukhi Ifica for All sorts diseases but it is not often the patient is left in a condition to invite unsolicited testimonials. Seewood Tom what Jan. 27�?the Senate passed the agricultural Experiment station Bill and the Bill for the re iter dependent parents and honorable discharged soldiers and tailors now disabled. The sundry civil appropriation Bill $22,-699856 was reported. In the House the Senate Bill prohibiting the importation adulterated articles food drink was reported favourably and the joint Resolution providing for the election United states senators by the people the United states was reported adversely. The Stiver and Harbor Bill $7,030,000 was passed by a vote yeas 154 nays 91 Bidet Jan. 28�?in tha Senate Bills were reported to secure statistics the extent and value the fishing interests the United states and fixing the salaries the commissioners education and labor at $5,000. Two messages from the president were presented one vetoing the Bill granting a pension to Benjamin Obe Kiah and the other voiding the Bill for the Relief h. K. Bedding. The Bill to prohibit members Congress from acting As attorneys employees for Railroad companies aided by the government was discussed. In the Heusch the time was occupied principally in discussing the pleuropneumonia Bill sat tin at Jan. 29 a in the Senate the Railroad attorney Bill was discussed but no action was taken. In the House a Bill appropriating $10,000 for the distribution seeds in the drought stricken Section Texas was passed. The Senate Bill for the Protection the morals minors in the District Columbia was reported and the Post office appropriation Bill was passed. Monday Jan. 81. A a Bill was Intro deed in the Senate to Amend the National banking Laws and a Resolution was offered calling for information As to the Apache indians held in confinement in Florida. A memorial was presented from the Arkansas legislature in favor returning to the Cotton states the #67,009,099 Cotton tax collected. The sundry civil appropriation Bill was . In the House a Bill was offered to increase to $15,000 the salaries the supreme court justices and the Cabinet officers. A Resolution was offered proposing constitutional amendments changing inauguration Day to the last tuesday in april providing that the fiftieth Congress shall terminate the 81st december 183s, and the fifty first Congress shall then begin and providing that senators whose term office would not expire until March 4, 18s9, shall continue in office until their successors Are appointed elected. The agricultural appropriation Bill was passed. An eight year old boy was arrested in Chicago a few Days ago and locked do who at the time had a Small Rifie a bag cartridges and a violin tucked under his arms. Twelve met Al tickets and fourteen dollars in Money were found in his pockets. He said he had min away from his Home in Iowa and intended going West to Slaughter Indiana he w As detained until his father came for him. From Washington. During the seven Days ended the 28th the business failures numbered Ortho United states 236 for Canada 35 a total 271, against 801 the previous seven Days. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the uni Tod states 1 he exchanges during the week ended the 29th ult. Aggregated #1,091,617,494, against $1,009,005,188 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1886, the decrease amounts to 13.1 per cent. During the week ended the 29th ult. The National Bank notes issued amounted to $876,389 destroyed $2,158,591. Amount National Bank notes outstanding currency $292,957,577 Gold notes $281,479. Applications for carriers under the re cent act Congress extending the Froe delivery system had the 31st ult been made by ninety five towns having the specified qualifications. The president has approved the act granting pensions to the soldiers and sailors the mexican War. A Man who has been spoken in connection w Ith the mayoralty Philadelphia has won much favor according to the papers that City by such a mall yet significant details As always having his sidewalk promptly cleaned Snow and ashes spread Over the ice. Cut this oat and stick it in your hat gentle Reader it May be the Means some Day making you the mayor your City. There a no knowing. Saw Mill accidents mostly boiler explosions have been frequently reported late. Commenting this fact an Exchange moralize As follow s a a with the general use Ste Arfi All the poetry has gone out 8a#-Mill accidents. The Only pleasant ones w Ere in the old Days when Law Mills were run by water Power in the Woods and where an occasional Bear would stray in and try to fight the moving rip saw. Never a Bear whipped the Tinio n a Nagiu Ezra b. Taylor and Ike h. Taylor who represent the nineteenth and eighteenth Ohio districts in the House Are Brothers. Ike the younger look3 upon Ezra with almost reverential affection says the Atlanta Constitution. A whenever Ezra Speaks Ike secures a seat near and drinks in every word a if it were gospel truth. When his brother has finished Ike goes to his friends among the members and asks their opinion the Effort. He does not conceal the fact that he regards his brother As one the big men con Gress. The annual live Stock report the Union Stock Yard a transit co. For 1886, by the Secretary shows the total receipts for the year cattle calves hogs sheep and horses at the Chicago Union Stock Yanis to have been 9,770,-4mq. Of this bomber a table giving the receipts by railroads shows the a. B. Amp q. To have de vexed 2,535,981. Or Twenty six per cent the whole. Total no tuber ears 908,461, which the e he. Had 17,835 More than the Toad having the. Next highest being Twenty seven per cent the total ear receipts. Asad outbreak insanity is reported from White Day w. A. Washington Lake has five grown daughters. A few weeks ago to amp Bitha got married and the Young people the neighbourhood including her four Sisters celebrated the event by dancing All night and nearly All the next Day. On the evening the second Day one the listen test her Mason and developed Lato a raving maniac and for. A i a Taplin and Theja the East. Dispatcher the 27th report the loss it the Schooner Carthage Gloucester mass., while a voyage to the Georges with her Crew eleven men. On the 27th forty thousand working men employed in connection with the vessel interests in and around the City new York were a strike. The great Ocean steamships and All other vessels in the Harbor and along Shore were detained in their docks in consequence the strike grew out the refusal the Oil Domini steamship company to an and Van their Coal handlers the others striking sympathy with them. Edward younger aged fifty two years was arrested at new York the 27th for the murder the butchered Man found recently in a trunk at Baltimore. The motive Tho crime was robbery. In Worcester county mass., Tho shoe manufacturers posted notices in their factories the 27th that they had decided to free themselves from dictation by the knights labor and that hereafter the factories would to open Only to such operatives As would agree to Deal individually with the firm employing them. On the 28th William b. Wadsworth a Well known Brooklyn politician employed in the tax office disappeared with about $30,000 other people s Money. For #6,000,000 a new York Syndicate has bought the entire town Anniston ala., containing six thousand inhabitants including its Mineral lands and furnaces erected. Edward Unger new York the 30th ult. Confessed the murder August Bohle whose mutilated body he shipped to Baltimore in a trunk. Early the morning the 31st ult. Raymond Belmont son August Belmont new York City shot himself dead. Whether the shooting was accidental suicidal was unknown. The doors the Germania brings Bank Jersey City n. J., were closed a few Days ago account the disappearance cashier Schroeder with $30,000. Forty thousand men were still Idle in new York and Vicinity the Slot ult. Owing to the strike the longshoremen. Several the leading strikers had been arrested for conspiracy. In Lorillard a tobacco factory in Jersey City eighteen Hundred the strikers returned to work the 31st ult at the firm s terms. Daniel Reed who was Over 102 years old december 18 last died St his Home in Madison me., the 31st ult the 81st ult., an infernal machine exploded the old Dominion line Steamer Guya Dotte when off Long Branch shattering the decks mid causing the wildest excitement among the passengers. The explosion was supposed to have some Coo Section with the present strike at goal handlers. While temporarily insane the wife Frank Roth a Bohemian merchant at Cleveland cd poisoned herself and babe the 28th with a rough Amos Welles s ten year old daughter was shot dead the 28th near do Moines la., by a playmate who did not know his shot gun was loaded. In the Potomac River hear Baltimore an Oyster Schooner was capsized the 98th during s heavy Gale and the three Mea Board were drowned. By a vote 31 to 2 a prohibition amendment to the Constitution was adopted the 28th by the Tennessee Senate. The death mrs. Harriet prior coloured aged 126 years occurred at Hanover incl the 29th ult Joan Ebaugh Bryan o., and two other members his family died recently a Trichina basis caused by eating partially cooked pork. Citizens ky., the 30th ult lynched Ludlow Cornish who recently took the Lif 3 Lulu Green because she refused to marry him. On the morning the 30th ult thirty five masked men broke into Tho jail at Leavenworth kan., took out a negro ravished named Richard Wood and dragged him to death in the streets by a rope attached to the Saddle a masked horseman. Ten Miles Northeast Madison wis., Black diphtheria is raging. On the night the 29th ult Peter Myers a Fanner lost five children. A p. Blomgrln a Farmer living near Chappelle neb., killed his wife during a quarrel the 29th ult and then hanged himself. They had Only been married three weeks. In portions Dakota and Montana the worst blizzard known for years prevailed the 29th ult and the thermometer ranged from 20 to 30 degrees below Zero. Tub two sons Nickerson Millis aged five and seven years were crushed to death by a rolling log the 29th ult near Paoli ind. Samuel Bivins in a quarrel a few Days ago in Jones county ga., killed the two sons Charles Rivers aged eight and ten years with an axe. The Mercury stood 87 degrees below Zero the 31st ult at St Vincent Minn. Wellborn tex., had two shocks earthquake at 8 14 clock Tho morning the 31st ult a joint Resolution for submitting a pro hit Ion amendment to the Constitution was adopted in the Texas House Tho 31st ult�?80o 2l Brooks alias Maxwell who murdered Preller at by Louis has been granted a stay proceedings until april l Brooks was to be executed february 3. A Large tree was blown into a chinese labourer so Camp near Tacona ore., during a Gale a few nights ago killing nine persons and injuring a Doten others. Twelve Hundred miners at the Vale Acadia and Albion collieries in Picton county n. S., struck the 31st ult account a reduction in wages. At Chattanooga tenn., Samuel Mcclure and Philip Bacon quarrelled the other night about five cents which one owed the other. The trouble ended in Mcclure shooting Bacon dead. Michigan state news. Foreign intelligence. Pinkerton amp Turner Boot and shoe manufacturers Montreal failed the 7th for $140,000. To Queen Victoria in her speech at the opening parliament Tho 27th, predicted that no disturbance the peace would arise from the unadjusted controversies in bout Quern Europe. She said the condition Ireland still required anxious attention by parliament the 28th the Consul general at Shanghai reported that $1,260 was contributed by natives that City for the sufferers by earthquake at Charleston. Large numbers tourists were leaving Cuba the 29th ult account the great prevalence yellow fever. In the prison at Odessa Russia seven nihilists were hanged a few Days ago and two Hundred were banished to Siberia. In Belfast Ireland terrible rioting was renewed the 36th ult thirty persons were reported killed and Over one Hundred injured. The trouble it was said was caused by soldiers insulting a number Catholic civilians. Thai other Day the British Steamer Blair Athal foundered in the Black sea and Twenty persons were drowned. Fifty bight persons were recently drowned in hoods m Southern Queensland Australia and much damage was done to property. On the 31st ult three Hundred emigrants bound from England to Western Australia were drowned by Tho sinking the British ship Kaunda which collided with the bark Ada Millinor off the coast Brazil. The Berlin National Liberal committee in an address the 31st ult to the electors said that never since Tho Franco Gherman War had the danger Groat cob i lot Fucien so near. I West and South. In the Kansas Senate the Bill empowering women to vote at Munto elections was passed the 28th try a vote 25 to 13. Owine to Domasio troubles mrs. Am j. Wilt nuke living with tier husband near Barr Oak mich., drowned herself and her two babes in a Datura the 23th. During a masquerade Ball the evening the 27th at Freeport kan., the paper head dress worn by Mies Cora Boulder caught fire from a bracket lamp and gig wee burned to death. Mil fifty British Cree indians were Onty a a said to be starving in the mountains Montana. The governor that territory Hafi Pinten Ted the a Nurr to the Interior department. Fit the men Mem la Tea recent a Ltd Ltd a Railroad train at Gordon tex., were arrested the St. A Godmare Lucio a Tomas a Veta . A at forbid-1 later. It was announced the 1st that at a jul tilt a 9 office in the township Jeffers a adjacent t a Chica Nina Van Waadt Hui August spies the condemned Anaroh-%1 so a were married by proxy the 29th the latter Hong represented by his brother holding a Power attorney. A a Leonard swell. Counsel for the anarchists Tiu it ending was illegal Aud void. The blizzard continued in Montana the is and oat tic wore reported huh Chhin Large numbers. The puke debt statement the 1st the total debt to be $1,731,188,788 in Treasury. 327.78 >959 debt less Cash a Vokn Treasury. $1.332 45.99. Decrease during january #9,515,666. A a the Senate new Jersey was organized a by Tho Republican the 1st, who elected Frederick president Charles Talbott night clerk at the a Voso Hole at Memphis term., Digap tie taking with him a jewel �?Ta9ket belonging to Fanny Davenport the a actress containing valuables Worth $35,000. John d. Lisle discount clerk in the first National Bank Baltimore was the reported to be a defaulter for $89,001. The fifteenth ballot for United bites a senator in the Indiana legislature the re ulsted As follows Turpie dem 74 4$falharrison rep 70 Allen labor4. At Galloway ark., William Galloway a owner a general store and one his a t clerks were shot and fatally wounded by the 1st. The freight handlers joined the a Long s strike in new York the 1st, nearly ail the great railway piers in a the City were closed to Commerce. Ocean were tied up at their docks and a factories were shutting Down for Lack Ili Burgi Coal. I congressman Reagan was the Listl elected to the United states Senate by Thel Quot a j Texas legislature the thirty first a amp la lot a a another the Boodle aldermen Newl to Rke a med Neill was the 1st con a v evicted bribery in connection with the Broad Way and Road franc his. Jwj 8harp Thunder and vivid lightning acs a Eph i 11 heavy Sloet storm the 1st a the Vicinity Moweaqua ill egg in Tbs United states Senate the Lrtil Bills were reported for a Home for disabled i\viii3w, soldiers West the Rocky i a a mountains to reimburse the sufferers Byl a a Jthn failure the Freedman a savings a. V Trust company to encourage the holding v a National Industrial exposition in u9r the arts and products the Cotor Tif the credentials Algernon b. Purij Dock to senator from Nebraska lots Ito-1 a red and. Fixed. The sundry cd Vul Bill Waul fur bar considered. In the Bouas the Bill pen Sioning mrs. John a Logan and the Bill Norm using the Sion mrs Frank p. were reported never holy and Tho my i "r Whitman a a Pur month i i Ufa Lor his a Muir As u ii Fofi f in Indiano i ii Moog Hasold Fern wan Rop scrod her Rte Mem Quot wig the Detroit Grain mid produce quotations Are wheat no. 1 White 84�84c no. S red 84 85a flour Michigan White wheat Choice $5.00 5.25 roller proc a $4.00c�m.25 patents ia75#5 0a corny no. 9, 38 3smc. Oats a 2. Sic. Butter Creamery ski fico. Cheese 12 0 Imam eggs 27028a William Graham was taken to big rapids the Artber Day for medical attendance his right hand having been sawed off at a Mill a ear Mecosta. Or. William b. Mason died in Marshall a few Days ago where he was Well known As a veterinary surgeon. In 1882, in company with Richard Conley he visited England sad returned with the first flock Shropshire sheep Ever brought into Michigan. Several Farmers in Galesburg Kalama Soo county recently found that they had been swindled by Bohemian oat men out sums ranging from $2,000 to $2,500. The swindlers could not be found. The children grandchildren and great grandchildren . And mrs. Danforth Fisher Banfield Barry county gave them a Surprise a few evenings ago it being their fifty fifth wedding anniversary and made things Lively for the old couple for a few hours. The handsome residence i. A. Smith St Duncan City was a few Days ago destroyed by fire. Loss House and contents $20,000 insurance $8,009. Among the curious things noted by Michigan Hunters Are the great Scarcity rabbits and the increase in the number foxes. T the state Central committee the coloured association met at Jackson a few Days ago. The object the organization is to unite the coloured people in their interests and Aid their advancement. Detroit capitalists intend to organize a company to Trade in groceries in the Lake Superior Region and recapture lost ground. Luden s. Coman Bay City eldest druggist died the other morning Brights disease after an illness several months. H6 had been City treasurer member the Board education and Board supervisor. He leaves a window and one child. George r. Southworth died suddenly at Jackson a few Days ago. He had been chief clerk the Hibbard House for the past ten years and was fifty seven years old. He was one the Best known and most popular hotel men in Michigan and had a Large acquaintance with the travelling Public. The Berea Mize four Miles from is peeing owned by Henry Shouldice and Norman Mcleod Negaunee was sold recently to w. Swan Minneapolis representing a Minneapolis and St Paul Syndicate for $27,000. A Railroad track will be Laid into the mine and shipping will to a ii next Spring. It is estimated that from $2,000 to 96,000 goes out Muskegon every month for lottery tickets. A fire the other night destroyed the residences Andrew Trudor and mrs. Hammeil at Marquette. Loss $1,600 insurance $656. The body John Perkins aged Twenty one years arrived at his Home in Royal Oak recently from Defuniak Springs fla., where he was drowned. He went South to Benefit his health. Or. John Barron one the Best known citizens Argentine died quits suddenly a few Days ago. He was among the earliest settlers Genesee county and was a director the Fenton Union agricultural society. In rapids citizens Are making an Effort to change their planing Mill into a $50, xxx furniture factory. At the recent annual meeting in grand rapids the Michigan passenger agents association the following officers were elected president w. A. Carpenter vice president c. L Lockwood Secretary George e. King. The commercial Iron company was organized at Negaunee the other Day with $2,000,000 capital Stock. Q Adams is president Beth d. North vice president m r. Goldsworthy Secretary and d. Kleckner treasurer. The principal office will be in Hancock. Smuggling was recently detected in the sleeping cars which Cross the River at Detroit. Porters had been in the habit carrying dutiable goods Over the line a a to accommodate a James Melampy a Miner in the Pitta Burgh Aud Lake Angelice mine near in a peeing was killed a few afternoons age by a stick Timber which fell from the top Shaft. The scaffolding in a new planing Mill to Detroit fell the other Day. Otto Roostand As unknown labourer were probably fatally injured and John Millikan and another labourer sustained fractures. Several structures at grass Lake Jackson county were destroyed by fire that other night. The loss was $29,000, with but 9700 insurance. It is said that after an absence Twe years and nine Days a pet Squirrel recently returned to Daniel Danner Mattison Branch county and took up its quarters in its old Cage. Reports to the state Board health by fifty eight observers in different parts the state for the week ended january 22, indicated that inflammation the kidneys inflammation the bowels and diarrhoea increased in area prevalence. Diphtheria was reported at Twenty seven places Scarlet fever at eleven typhoid fever at seven and measles at eleven places. Joseph k. French East Tawas a Pioneer aged sixty seven years died the other evening while sitting in his chair. He had been Down the Street half an hour before. Thomas Walsh wholesale liquor dealer at port Huron was recently closed out by Detroit creditors. Liabilities about $1,000. Detroit s three stove factories manufactured 137,439 stoves during 1885. A school teacher Zivart Osceola county recently took a piece glowing Chaz Coal from his stove and dropped it into a tub Snow in his Kitchen intending to use it next Day in experiments before his chemistry class. Then be went to bed. During the night he thought he smelled smoke. An investigation showed that the hot goal had melted through six inches Snow in the tub burned through the tub s Bottom and afro through a Oil cloth carpet and floor. It was found lying w the cellar. Bricks sell at nine dollars per thousand in Sault Ste. Marie and eggs at forty cents per Dosen. George Hazard u coloured Man who broke Otto a Catholic Convent at Greenfield Wayne county and compelled a nun to amp through a window was a few Days ago sea tended to tweak Yean in the Penitentiary. In Delta county Reoe Oty a Hunter Psi Pfeil Holmes cot his leg seriously while setting a trap. His comp Auto went for Fml and. On referring within a hour found that Holmes had been eaten alive by wolves after slaying five the pack with a revolver. Alfred Lutta a Well known resides Battle Creek died at his Home the other right heart disease. The eighth Anau Ai exhibit at the my a a poultry and pet Block Adeodat Toewe held at grand rapids recently. Over 31,000 Michigan legislature. Shat by the Kwh . Crosby gave notice a Bill to change the present method returning land delinquent for unpaid Taxe tothe state authorities by adopting instead the so called county system. A joint Resolution ask tag the president to appoint senator Conger i member the inter state Commerce commission was passed. House the judiciary committee reported against the petition to impeach governor Luce for not resigning the office member the state Board 9t agriculture before accepting that Gote Rhor. A Lorf list precedents were opted to show that it has always been held that the acceptance the Superior office vacated the inferior one. The report was adopted. A Bill was passed that no one not a resident the state and a qualified elector the Coua to in which he is appointed shall be authorized at any time to act As special Deputy sheriff. A Bill was also passed to punish per sons who entice girls to the Northern Michigan lumber and mining Camps for purposes prostitution. It provides five years imprisonment $1,000 Fine both for the offence. A joint Resolution was passed asking that the president appoint senator Conger one the inter state Commerce commissioners. Senate Bills were introduced the 26th for a additional Fidge the supreme court had to Amend All sets referring to the government insane asylums. The joint committee the two houses were instructed to examine into the charges inhuman treatment at the soldiers Home and report speedily. A petition was received from veterans the Union army asking that the Sale liquor the establishment saloons with if one Talle the soldiers Home be prohibited. The Bih appropriating $8,587 for a state weather service was passed. House Bills were passed relative to the incorporation the Village Farmington to take immediate effect to Amend an act relative to the corporate Powers and duties Railroad companies to repeal an act relative to the regulation the Width Wagon Tirawi to punish false pretence in obtaining certificates at registration cattle and other animals arid to punish giving false Pedigree. A joint Resolution was passed asking Congress to appropriate funds for the Purchase the Portage Lake ship canal. Senate after a Long and Earnest debate the 27th the House joint Resolution for submitting to the people at the Spring election a prohibition amendment passed yeas 22 nays 10. It forbids thy s and manufacture Spirl tutus malt f a in Michigan except for medicinal cd Teal scientific purposes. The words sacramental purposes Quot were rejected. House Bills were introduced to regulate the adjustment and payment fire losses to make the Possession game fish out season ii Rita Acie evidence violation the game aws to provide for b0untie$ Fop killing English sparrows for the prevention and restriction hydrophobia and glanders to provide for reports from registers deeds to the commissioner labor to incorporate the woman s Christian Temperance Union Michigan to provide for the organization log and Timber insurance companies to insure against risks transportation towing in Inland navigation. Bills were passed to prevent the injurious adulteration candies and confectionery and to prevent the Sale thereof the act amending the libel Law so that a a actual damages a a will mean that to Trade profession occupation Only. Jcj Nathy a Bill was introduced the s8th to regulate the manage meet freight and transportation companies Ana to prevent in Joist discrimination. A joint Resolution was adopted authorizing the regular committee soldiers Home to hold sessions during the recess to visit the Home to employ a stenographer and to Send for persons and papers. A Resolution was adopted fixing the time for the Long recess to allow the committees to visit the several state institutions from thursday february 3, to tuesday the 15th, at ten a m. The afternoon session was largely Given up to eulogies upon the life and character representative elect N. Case Wayne dec flue l hot ski a Bill was passed to Provett the adulteration Candy and confectionery also the Senate Bill appropriating 190,000 in Aid the Michigan soldiers Home and several local Bills. Bills were introduced to prevent individuals from using the word a Bank in business signs to a Taeed the act organising Railroad companies to prohibit judges courts record taking fees in cases to preserve the purity elections to provide labor for prisoners in county jails to provide for the erection and furnishing an addition to the state Normal school. The judiciary committee re pors Oviatt s capital punishment Bill Back Witler and it was ordered printed and placed the general Omen the joint Resolution fixing the time the Long recess from thursday february a to tuesday the 15th, was adopted. Senate Bills were introduced the a a eth to prevent gambling in Grain stocks etc., designed to put an end to bucket shops Aud providing that women Cit Zens otherwise qualified May vote at municipal town and school elections a message was received from the governor noting hit App Teal the prohibitory amendment Reyolti Torii House a Bill was passed to provide thai organization log and Timber insurance companies for the covering risks touring and transportation. Bills were introduced to allow Mutual fire insurance companies to cover losses live Stock from death from an cause disease and theft to make a appropriate i for a Chapel in the College physicians arid Quot Colony houses Quot at the Michigan Instate Asylum to provide for indeterminate sentences a release upon a ticket leafed under certain conditions to allow the insurance commissioner to take charge and it necessary to close out the business Mutual assessment life insure Nee companies that Are doing fraudulent business. The governor sent a message noting his approval the prohibitory amendment Resolution. Senate Bills were introduced the 31 St to prevent gambling in stocks Ponds Petroleum Grain provisions another products to provide a penalty for blowing steam whistles Public highways by traction engines. Bills passed the House Bill allowing judges circuit courts in their discretion to flit less Titan life sentences in certain cases arson to punish persons intoxicated in Public places by a Fine 120 thirty Days imprisonment both and the House Bill to punish adulteration candies and confections by a Fine Foo thirty Days imprisonment both. House a a joint Resolution was introduced to Bride funds to Complete the Semi Centennial Lory Michigan and a Bill providing for the publication the proceedings the state dairymen a association. Or. Cole strongly urged the passage the Bih lowering the test illuminating oils. Tved by proxy. Queer nuptial ceremony at Chi Cagot August 8p4e and totes Van Waadt married the Groom e brother acting a a substitute. Chic ado feb. To yesterday it was announced mat August spies had married miss Nina Van 2andt by proxy having been represented by his brother Henry spies. As near As can be ascertained the facts Are As follows i when miss Van Fiandt discovered that she Wourl riot be allowed to a Larry spies in the orthodox Way she set to work to conceive some dam by which t e object she desired could be accomplished. She was strongly supported in her ideas by Captain w. P. Black and other friends spies. A marriage by proxy was finally decided upon. Justice Engel Hardt the Tow i Jefferson who is a Well known sympathizer with the Anar Chista was applied to and stated that in his opinion such a marriage would be quite Legal if performed in the proper manner. He was at once authorized to prepare the necessary papers and Friday last the contract was drawn and Only wanted the signature spies to by Complete. Last saturday morning miss Nina Van a Andt and miss Gretchen spies went to Jefferson and visited Justice Engelhardt for the purpose securing the paper. At four clock in the afternoon miss spies mrs. Ferdinand spies and a mrs. Wendland who is a Friend the two latter woman visited the jail the Bayef was Given to spies who signed it and returned it to the women. The latter then left and immediately went to Ferdinand spies and informed him what had been done. He was asked to accompany them to Engelhard the office Milwaukee Avenue in the town Jefferson. He consented to do so and the Way cibber the party was joined by and mrs. Vart i Aidt and Henry and Christophe spies it was nearly eight Viock by the time the Hartjr arrived at Engleton ardts a office. The Justice again examined Tad Law relating to marriages by proxy and then expressed himself As ready for business. Every one in the party stood up and the Justice began the requisite questions. Henfy spies responded to the name August Vincent Theodore 8pie�, while miss Nina Van Zandt answered for Hersey . Ail the necessary questions having been answered the Justice announces that the two were Man and wife. The party then returned to town and . And mrs. Van Zandt and mrs. Nida spies Nee Van Zandt returned to the North Side and remained All night at the House Ferdinand spies spies was visited in the jail last night for the purpose obtaining a Bon Firma Tion denial the rumoured marriage but refused positively to talk the subject. Miss Van Zandt also declined to be interviewed acid so did her parents. Justice Englehardt when to was corp bed said he performed the ceremony but would not Tell who was present and professed to have forgotten the details. He claimed to have had sufficient Legal advice that a marriage by proxy was recognizable in the courts but declined to say from whom he got his authority. Opinions from leading attorneys to the legality a in Arriago by proxy vary somewhat. The most them Are that it is illegal. Among others however . 2eis-Ler, counsel for spies said a i find the statutes Illinois entirely silent the subject. On thinking the matter Over however i am inclined to the opinion that such a marriage is Legal. I take the ground that a marriage being a civil con tract can be entered into by an agent for the contracting party As Well As by the sheriff Matson who refused to Ailda the ceremony to take place in the jail said a if this w3ldone for the purpose compelling me to consent to the visits miss Van Zandt to the jail they Are mistaken. There is and obligation Sven if she was his lawful wife to let her visit spies who is my prisoner. Allowing wives to visit Thrif imprisoned husbands is merely a matter Courtesy. A the great strike a an Adverse report. A atari tits ago Floii Grep Juriaan Rork mask Fuu Totaita Fork total feed drawn ,000 is a lottery. Charles a two waste a quorum at prayer. Washington Jan. 27.�?senator Hoar introduced a Resolution in the Senate wednesday to Amend the rules so that the opening prayer the chaplain should be postponed until a quorum senators was present he remarked that there was Seldom More than half a dozen present at the devotional exercises mid often Only one two senators and he thought the Appeal to the creator the universe should be made not in an empty Hall but in the presence thos3 for whom divine Grace and guidance was asked. The Resolution went Over under an objection. A along forgotten portrait Byron painted in Venice in 18x6 by Natale Schiavoni and representing the poet seated at a Coffee table smoking and wearing a High hat and voluminous cloak has been. Discovered among some unappreciated relics at fume Hungary. A in improving heavy guns the ten Dency is to throw projectiles longer distances. The gunners like to be As far away from danger As possible. This works Well until the other Fellows get the same guns and then they might As Well go Back to the first principles be War and fight with at a Picky we. A she a what is this science at palmistry i hear so much about who a a a Thea to telling fortunes by the pm a bldg Filah Ltd a Haa Quot Tel nor tort a to by my Handfe he a no but a i had your hand 1 my Tab my own few Tom we Stiitt a Fly a err few offer. A a a a a a in a the bilis to pension mrs. Logu and mrs. Blair tee Eive a Soto Liacko the House committee voices its opposition Synop a be the majority add minority report. Washington feb 2.�?the i Luiis committee invalid pensions yesterday reported adversely the Senate Bill granting pensions to the widows generals Logan and Blair. Regarding the pension for mrs. Logan the committed says that should Congress pass the Bill Aud the precedent set by it should be carried out it would increase the pension Roll $345,009 annually. The report continues a in a majority the eases As in this Case no Relief from actual Embarrass Nant poverty would be afforded. It was Well known that thousands prior and aged widows Brave and worthy Eril Dirris were denied the pittance twelve dollars prior month because their inability to connect the death their husbands with their military service while in this Case no sort claim was advanced that the death general Logan was attributable to his m Litany service. It was a Well known fact that mrs. Logan was in Possession an ample estate and while the committee entertains the highest regard for her both account her High character and personal Worth As Well account the Brave and Gallant record general Logan As a Soldier and his useful and spotless record As n civil an and statesman it believes that the passage this and All similar Bills would be in the direction building up is this country an aristocracy contrary to the very principles an equal government for All for which Genera Logan so gallantly fought in War and so ably contended in time similar reasons Are set up for opposing the pension to mrs. General Blair. The Republican members the committee present minority reports recommending the Hassog both Bills. After describing general Blair s career the minority says a we but Echo the vote history when we say that general Frank p. Blair saved Missouri to the unum. To place a Money value such services is not possible and the committee Only asks that his cherished companion who was made a widow by his sacrifice himself to his country shall be tenderly eared for As Long As she the minority report recommending s pension for mrs. Logan after reciting the Brilliant career general Logan says that it is reasonably certain that his death was a direct result his military service and that his transcending achievements were the voluntary contributions his splendid military Genius inspired by convictions duty and patriotic impulse Seldom equated and never excelled. The ranks Tho Idle longshoremen at new York and Jersey City augmented by railway Fri a a Fri handlers who Stop work through 8yftfmsshy�?business along the docks paralysed new Yox feb. 2.�?the Extension tied strike to the freight handlers the Railroad piers new York in the most serious blow to Commerce that the Union men have struck. The effect it one Road the Jersey Central it was admitted at the office the Dick. Was an almost Complete suspension business. The men turned out so suddenly that the company was left at a great disadvantage and its inability to deliver eight was the cause much inconvenience to the Chi a note. The men the Pennsylva find pier3 along the North River Are ready to come 0�o� the very minute the time for receiving the an Swor to their demands from the company the Delaware Lackawanna Western company a freight is handled by the j. H. Starin transportation com Pany and their men Are in syn Patby with the freight handlers the other roads find Are ready to come out any time. The next move the part the strikers will be to induce the freight men to come out and thus a tie up Quot the railroads entering the Jersey Shore. There is some talk getter to the deck hands and firemen the ferryboat to Aditi the strikers hut these men Are averse to such a court. The Pennsylvania railway freight handlers at pier 39 struck after a letter from the agent had been read stating that the company could not accede to the de Nind. At the other piers the Pennsylvania Roii the men also stopped work. The a longshoremen trackers pliers and the other numerous branches workmen who Are members the a longshoremen s Union employed the Railroad piers the North River turned out at noon. The men the Lehigh Valley Road pier 2, the Pennsylvania piers 1, 4, 5 and 16, the Delaware Lackawanna amp Western and the new York Lake Erie a Western numbering nearly 1,000, quit work by order the longshoremen s Union. All is quiet along the Brooklyn Viver front from red Hook to the Catherine Street ferry docks a few Green hand Are trying to Load and unload vessels and Bando Coal. The strikers Are reported to be quiz it and orderly. Two steam Tiship advertised to sail yesterday did not get a Way vis j the Wyon Flag and City Chicago. The former will probably get off to Day and the latter by thursday. The situation at Tho Coal cot i Panyk Spier at Jersey City Weehawken acid Hoboken remains unchanged. The to bum this morning says a it is said that the no it step to be taken by the leaders the strikers is to put into opera Tion the Irish a plan Campaign that is orders will be issued to jail members the knights labor and other organizations which can be controlled by District Assembly Fri 441 to be fun a to any rent to the landlord. But to the rent Money into a fund which will go to support the strikers. This plan it is asserted positively will he put into operation next monday. When asked what Woula be done with the evicted people one them replied a you can to evict a whole a Lowell mass., feb. 2.�?-Tho extensive strikes in new York City seriously affect Tho business interests this City. If they Continuo much longer Tho loss to mercantile and manufacturing industries will be disastrous. The United states Cartridge company has discharged forty hands account the failure to receive Oer Taip metals used in the manufacture the if products. Other manufacturing interests feel Tine effects the strike and All branches business Are beginning to be injured. A awful crime confessed. Justice at last. Outlook. Ankh amp sox ind., feb. Evan interview with 169 Farmers near Here shows ten per 9? increase a til acreage fall wheat Over last year. The Snow has just left the Fields and the wheat appears to is in better condition than Ever seen at this season Tho year. A Largo crop is Antiopi Patard. A life insurance company after fighting a claim for fifteen years Odd driving widow into poverty give up. St. Louis feb. 2. A the Mutual life insurance company new York having become convinced to Justice mrs. William Wack Erie a claim has dismissed its Appeal to the supreme court and has paid to her the sum $3,006. The action this company will make it possible for i a. Zackerie to collect Tori amounts the policies in other companies which refused payment the same ground that the new York company did. Mrs Zackerie has been living in poverty All these years but will now be made comparatively wealthy by payment her claims which in All amount to about #25,099. This noted Case has been awaiting Settle ment for fifteen years. In 1872 mrs. Wack Erie a husband died and was buried in Shreveport la. An insurance policy his Milfs was held in the above company and to prove the deceased a Defi tits mrs. Zackerie went to 8h# be port and had the body exhumed. She then presented her claim to the company which refused payment giving As its reason for so doing that . Zackerie St 11 lived. In support this refusal when the Case came to trial a witness was introduced who swore that he was the plaintiffs husband. This testimony a Plover was discredited and the jury decided the Case in favor mrs. Zackerie. The insurance company then took the Case to the appellate court where the decision was affirmed. An Appeal was then taken to the supreme court where the Case has Over since been pending Manning the currency. Advocating the payment tiie unfunded debt Dot Tho tax surplus. Washington feb. 2t�?Secretary Manning in a Long communication in reply to urgent resolutions the lower House respecting the reissue Treasury notes and the destruction United states notes says that he finds no authority to reissue Treasury notes. Continuing he adds that United states qot�5 Green Oaks Are equally with what the Law designates As Treasury notes beyond any need excuse for reissue and that temporary notes which Are a debt principal Only should at once be cashed and cancelled from superfluous Coin in hand. Or. Manning declares that the $864,681,016 Greenback debt is a Greenback currency and is so far from being a reason against its payment that it is the reason which makes its payment and destruction necessary. A contraction the currency the Secretary says should be avoided. This May be done he continues by extravagant appropriations co by the payment the debt. By the employment the present and unavoidable tax surplus in the payment not the funded but the unfunded debt the Secretary says great extravagance needless expense and serious monetary trouble can be avoided. The Lutos trunk a Story clan red up apr the at mward Ungs a says is my fled Bohto in a fit Ana Quot hew is Dispo iks Hody. New Yox Jam Jay re want Unger who is charged with the majr Totev August Bof efe 22 Ridge Street and afterwards shipping Tito mangled remains Iff # trunk to Baltimore a made a full coa�e�5�p� the horrible tragedy to inspector by rep. After returning to the Tombo police court saturday afternoon Unger appeared very nervous. On reaching Headquarters the prisoner Wao taken to his cell and locked up. At six clock in the evening Unger was taken from his cell and shown the trunk in which i the remains his victim had been packed. The accused Man shuddered at the sight the trunk and turned away. The saw Hammer sold knife were then shown him. The sight the weapons with which the crime had been committed was too much for the wretched Assassin almost fell to the floor with fright. The prisoner was then led Back to his cell again but before being locked up inspector Byrnes tid him that when he was ready to Tell the truth not let him know. About nine clock Unger called the turnkey awl requested an interview with the inspector. The prisoner was taken four his cell to the inspectors private office where he said he was ready to Tell the whole truth. Unger then in the preset so inspector Byrnes and several wit ares Wade the following statement his crime a i lit at 2 Ridge a West. I have known August Bohle Toee november. 188. I first met him in my lager Bytof Saloon in bid Ridge Street where he called Pofi toe about an advertisement i had put in the paper Ter a partner but we could not agree about the prise and i old the plats out and he soon a it same to live with me in Ridge str66t to Liq that he should half the rent Aad one third the household expenses. After supper the ight thursday Jaguar a w. Bohle and a serf were alone talking about different matters. He was sitting Tho sofa and i was in the suit is pelting the fire. He was very profane and Callea to some very hard names. I told him to Stop and Page my hand up to turn his head away. He struck flip. I sprang it him and attempted to strike Honl with the poker. We then grappled and he picked up a knife and attempted to Stab me. I ran into tiie Hes Toom and picked up a Hammer from off a Chest he made another stroke at me with the knife a no i Reee cd a slight Cut the hand. I the struck him with the Hammer and he staggered. 1 a trick him again and the head the Hammer Entous deep into his Skull a up to the handle and off Joll dead the sofa this was about ten cd took. I expected any Sam Home and in order to a Nofal the re Matt Fri the dead Man i took the body ram the sofa and i tilt the floor. I then toe the cot upon which Bohte used to sleep and placed it Over the body and covered it up with the bedclothes. When my son Catoe Boms i told him that Bohle had gone out. Shortly afterwards we went to bed in the Cameroon a with the dead Toan. Oil be following morning after my spa had gone to work i wont to grand Street bought m saw for ninety Cutie and two Yards Rupber. Before returning to the House i took several drinks whisky. On resetting Home i spread the robber the floor and put the body top it. I then started to Cut the body up with the saw. I first severed the head from the body wrapped it up in paper and Laid it a aide. I then Cut both legs off and i think the left Arm and finding Tbs tags too Long to put in the trunk i Cut both feet off and placed them in the trunk. 1 then placed the body top the legs and the Anas top the body. I wiped up the blood with some clothing the deceased and some paper put them in the trunk and tied the trunk up 1 then left the House and went to the grand Street ferry carrying the head with me. I boarded a Williamsburg boat and when in mid Stream i threw the head into the River. I then went to the residence Henry Fate gel 205 Throop Street Brooklyn bet finding that he was not Well x told his wife that Bohle had gone to Chicago. I returned Home and the allowing Day x shipped the trunk to Henry sense 805 Kent Avenue Brooklyn. On the same Day i transferred the trunk by Wes toot to a express to this to Haring pasted the following address upon it a John a. Wilson Baltimore my. To be called the trunk was brought to fibs City and transferred Adams express to Baltimore. A i did not mean to kill Wohle. He was a very quarrelsome Man and i believed my Ufa to be in danger when he struck me. 1 took the method i did disposing the body because i wanted to save myself and family from disc grace.,f Unger id untitled the trunk and Tho bloody clothing brought from Baltimore. The coroners inquest in the matter will be held tuesday. 4s� a carried off a Safe f three broke a bold robbery St Penn Barg �., rated in a Fern Lac manner. Allentown pa., Jan. 3l�?at clock thursday morning burglar into the office . G. I vegass Pennsburg and secured a a a be weighing 1,200 pounds in which was a Large sum Money and Bonds and papers valued St Over $5,000. They loaded it upon a track the Perkio men Railroad and started South nearing mcleans station the whistle a fast freight was heard approaching Thedra the same track. Not having time to a Flat Fdl the burglars deserted the truck and ran off. The train struck the truck and was derailed fortunately being but Little damaged. No one was Hurt. The Safe was Pickl d up in the ditch placed tin train mod returned to its owner with the contents intact. A frightful leap. Bati Eow is aeronaut jumps from a a height 1,000 foot and algn0s la safety. Sax Fyk Anciso Jan. #1.�?clinging to Parachute t. Baldwin leaped yesterday afternoon from a balloon Over 1,000 feet up in the air thus making it it believed til biggest drop record. Baldwin to the Man who walked a tight rep from the Cliff House to Baal rocks part summer. His feat yesterday took place in an enclosure outside Gouzea Gate Park mid was Wita feed by about 12,000 people. The Rush downward increased with Svety foot until the velocity was frightful. Thousands rushed to his Aid himself up is threw Back Semere Autta Rao a fifty Yard spurt and said be would make the drop l5q0 next Tina. Newburgh n. Y., feb. Chadwick to Aezaty waa burned monday night. Losaw $85,090 Joseph Tilotson aged Twenty one Yaw age perished in the fees a kit production. In Atansia do feb. A the fifth annual goal statistics report the state Board t Ahir statistics shows a reduction a the Aurant Coal mined in minute during the year adding july l More thaa half a Millton tons. The depression to ascribed id a is greased demand Fren manufacturers and Rai Roada to the Competition santeria goal forced to Aat a Rengdi to Maryj Addid �m3 Libya a Mulli Flam Tito Lowi Point at the def Arian he Al the do a Adf i italian troops annihilated. Rohe feb. 2. A Premier Depretis informed the italian chamber deputies yesterday that the italian troops in the Soudan bt4 met with severe defeats. In one Battle three companies italian troops that left Mon Kun Lio to carry provisions to Saati were practically annihilated a by the abyssinian. Rut ninety Wanna de soldiers roadbed Mas Sowah after the Battle. An appropriation $1,000,000 was voted to Send reinforcements the Masen Wah Quot a a. A to i Myrsa team feb. 2.�?Charles Talbott Ages Nineteen the night clerk the Gayoso Motel is missing and a casket diamonds valued at �05,003, Boeteng Tegtow Fanny Davenport who to playing Tatsos City 0039 in Cash belonging Toa it guests and the contents the the Money and valuables to Talbott fete monday night ended to is i i Wittrock a l test statement is if Istam a Fotheringham to he a Jessat. Is. Louis Jan. 31.�?in the Missouri Penitentiary Fred Wittrocl saturday testified that messenger Fotheringham is innocent the charges brought against Mph connection with the Sou Francisco train robbery. Wittrocl said that after he Tad bound the messenger in Tbs ear and secured the Booty he offered fathering him $10,000 if he would give the detectives a false description at my the rubber. Fathering Ham replied a Weil pm see Atas ii Are the Money to j. Mapped Canaan Wittrock however did not do so because to said a a Fotheringham gave too Good description Tho too a tart Day Fri port a Rosarr md., Jan. 3l�?the ton Gorge remains unbroken a Tito main Street to still for feet under water the situation Heap to boo aging More Sarious a provisions and Fael Are growing Acarmen. London Jan. Econ feel maj i some soldiers Tea we at Surrey Reg Tosto Over m0 Pareen were ure toed luf Tito a Ben and the 70 a Toress soft

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