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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 9, 1895, South Haven, MichiganGiu Mut Parrott. Lynn mass. A mid to be the oldest Shoemaker in the country. He is 92 years old and As Tough As his laps tone. Lieut Nicholas Siaw who died recently it Russia entered the French a my ninety six years ago. And his age at his death was claimed to be ibs. Nov. Hastings first appointment in Philadelphia is that of Christian k. Ross father of Charlie Rosa As master Warden of the port at a salary of 52,500. Epitome of the week. 1hterebtiho news compilation a careful government investigation a Hows that the Farmers Hare some 526,000,000 acres of farms Worth Over $ 1$,000,000.000. As compared with 294,-000,000 acres Worth $3,271,000,000 in 1850. In Switzerland a milkmaid or Man gets better wages a a gifted with a Good voice because to has been discovered that a cow will yield one fifth Raore milk if soothed during the process of milking by a pleasing Melody. Somebody has discovered the curious fact that the reluctance of women to Tell their age is no piece of modern sensitiveness. It is As old As the Bills in the old testament although great numbers of women Are intentioned there is hot one Sarah Abraham a wife whose age is recorded. Til Massachusetts Highway commission a proposes to Hare Trees planted along All the state roads which Are constructed. The commission s idea is an excellent one which should be actualized on Prairie roads in this part of the country. Arbor Day could not be better employed than by increasing the number of Trees planted along la Rie Fob expenditures for common schools new York comes first the Empire state paving ont $19,111,684 for the support of its Public schools Pennsylvania next $16,41907 Illinois third $14,65-050, and Ohio fourth $12,180,794. To Money is More wisely and economically expended than that for common schools ignorance is a much More costly product %. In Russia should decide to take a hand in the China Japan difficulty she could take both nations by the heels and Knock their Heads together so to speak As her army on a place footing numbers 868,000 men and on a War footing she can put into the Field 2,-530,000, and Russia is within easier striking distance of the seat of War than any of the other Powers. C Thi Btu the blk fatalities have been reported for the last season in the Alps which is less than the average. Four persons met their deaths by avalanches of falling stones six by exposure of the weather fourteen missed their footing and fell Down precipices three were killed by lighting one Feu into a Glacier a a was lost fifty third Congress. Proceedings of us second Scanlon Friday feb. 1.�?in the Senate the District appropriation Bill was taken up again and served As a text for further financial Eduwu fido do ing which senator Teller representing the ail ver element gave warning of opposition to any financial plan not agreeable to him. In the House during a debate on a hawaiian Resolution. Congressmen Breckinridge by and heard to called each other liars and one blow was struck when they were arrested and made to apologize. A Bill was passed giving the seventh judicial circuit of the states composed of Illinois Indiana and Wisconsin another judge. A Resolution was adopted calling on the president for All correspondence and information regarding the alleged Aid furnished the rebels in Hawaii by representatives of the Brit ish government. Saturday. Feb. 1�?the Senate occupied the time in discussing the District of Columbia appropriation Bill Lee Mantle took the oath of office As senator from Montana. In the to fuse the Pacific Railroad funding Bill was recommitted to the committee on railroads by a vote of 177 to 108, showing an unexpectedly Large majority against the measure. A Bill to temporarily revive the rank of lieutenant general of the army was passed. Monday feb 4.�?the Senate passed the House Bill for a National military Park at acc Teaburg. The Bill retiring Justice Howell Jackson from the unites states supreme court by Nch was favourably reported. In the House an omnibus Bill for the payment of Southern War claims to the amount of $718,663 was Defeated. Hawaiian correspondence submitted showed that great Britain had not interfered with affairs of the Republic. The appropriation Bill providing $21.805,526 for the legislative executive and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending june 30,1896, was reported. Tuesday feb. 5. A in the Senate an exciting debate occurred Between senators Mitchell lore and Harris Tenn Over a report on sugar Bounty claims. The District of Columbia appropriation Bill was passed and the diplomatic and consular appropriation Hill was considered. In the House the debate on the administrations Bill to authorize the Issue of $500.000.000 Gold i Bonds for the purpose of retiring the Legal tenders and Treasury notes began a Bill was introduced which requires aliens expecting to emigrate to the United states at least three months prior to embarkation to apply to the United Sites diplomatic or consular representative resident nearest their place of residence for certificates of immigration while seeking edelweiss and four cases lamed Are in explain fully $1,060,000 of Relief a gone through the hands of the Relief commission in Nebraska for the sufferers. It has been a generous and Gratifying response. The state has set apart an additional $50.000 and it is thought it will be sufficient. If there Are other donations they can still be used to great Benefit in the Dakota Field where there has also been much suffering and to which the Public attention has not been so directly called. A re Vised figures in the records of the War department place the number of men who served in the Union Arm it during the War at 2,128.948. whom 67,058 were killed in Battle 43,012 died from wounds and 224,586 from disease leaving 1,794.292 to be mustered out it is a curious fact that Little Delaware furnished More troops in comparison with its population than any other state. It had in 1860 18.27s White males Between the Ages of 1$ and 45 and sent 13,670, or 74.8 per cent senator Pritchard the new Man from North Carolina who has just taken his seat is now the youngest Man in the Senate being Only thirty seven Vears of age. Senator elect Butler of the same state is still younger so that they will probably a referred to by the frivolous writers As the �?onorth4 Carolina kids or the a baby senators from the tar Heel state.�?�, senator Pritchard is in every Way a self made i from Washington. The government receipts from All sources during the month of january were $27,804,399 and the expenditures $34,823,447, a deficit for the month of $6,719,048 and for the fiscal year of $34,-282�070. The fire losses in the United states in january amounted to $10,936,968, against $13,576,485 in january 1894. During january the coinage at the several mints was Gold $3,098.300 Silver $574,000 minor coi is $68,200. the Silver coined $200,000 was in Silver dollars. Since july 1, 1894, the number of Silver dollars coined was 8,293,978. Due Public debt statement issued on the 1st shows a net increase in the pubic debt less Cash in the Treasury during january of $13,542.573. Total Cash n the Treasury $761,470.382. The efforts of the Treasury department to negotiate a Gold loan in Europe were successful and the new Issue of Bonds May be for $200,000,000. In the United states the visible Supply of Grain on the 4th was wheat. 83 376,000 bushels Corn 12,720,000 bushels Oats 7,683,000 bushels Rye 404,000 bushels Barley 1,796,000 Bush fill flu As abstract sent to Congress by the of year showed the militia Force of the country to be 116,899, of whom 117,394 Are privates and noncommissioned officers. The unorganized military Force of the country numbers 9,483,806. Under a Baptist Church at peasant Dale ind., in which revival meetings were being held three partially con sum Effi Sticks of dynamite were found. A Street car in Milwaukee plunged into the River through an open draw and the Motorman and two passengers were _ a on a farm near Moorland ind., a portable engine exploded killing three men and injuring three others one fatally. Cart. Jambs m. Lewis a retired army officer dropped dead from heart disease at Wichita Kan. six Tielu a two children were burned to death in their Home at Shef Field. Mo., during the absence of their pm Rente. R a Frank Atkinson shot and killed Lana a Tipper his sister in Law at Peoria 111., and then fatally wounded himself. Burglars blew open the wife in the Milan of banking company a office securing $30, xxx. In an icehouse at Elwood. It. I., a boiler exploded killing three men and injuring ten others. One of the Best known inventors in America Charles 0. Skinner died at Hir Home in Long Prairie minn., at the age of 63. By burning the License in the presence of the guests Madison Bryant living near Terre haute ind., prevented his daughters marriage. Flamer destroyed the warehouse of the Bod Man tobacco company at Cincinnati entailing a loss of $300,000. Tiik Conde implement warehouse and several smaller store at Indianapolis were consumed by fire the loss being $100,000. A. Flames swept away the business portion of Jamaica la. The Post office was among the buildings burned. Masked men held up a train on the Atchison Topeka a amp Santa Jeroad near Sylvia col and robbed the passengers of their valuables. Jacob Engel and wife living near Bremen. Ind., were robbed by masked men w to tied them to a bedpost and left them to freeze. James Nutt living near Atchison Kan., while intoxicated fatally shot or. John Payton and Leonard Coleman and was in turn fatally beaten with an a by mrs. Payton. In the annual convention of the supreme Council of the National Farmers Alliance at Raleigh n. C., resolutions were passed denouncing the Issue of Bonds by the government advices say that 225 families aver aging five persons to a family were threatened with starvation at rend Ville Perry county The legislature of Colorado passed i Bill prohibiting the flying of any foreign flags in the state except Over the buildings occupied by the different consuls. The wife of Oscar Lawrence who had been Long mourned As dead was found living in a Cave near Shelby Ville while returning from a sick Call or. Stover a physician of Wayland was Frozen to death. The town of Leipsic o., was visited by a fire which swept away the business District the log a aggregating $100,000. To a a a i ror. J Carl Blixt tells How he murdered Catherine Ging. A arc a to the i a let by Harry Hayward who threatened to kill my he lots wife in Lee he compiled with his demand. Man he started Asa printers Devi and finally Learned How to write squibs for the weekly paper that employed him. Foreign intelligence. Advices from Che Foo say that the japanese captured Wei Hai Wei. The chinese Loes was placed at 2,000 men. Although Mexico had not Deelaree. War against guat Piala troops were being rapidly massed upon the Frontier. In Hawaii the insurrection has been suppressed. Sex Queen Liliuokalani was arrested dynamite and arms haying been found in her residence and it was decided to banish her. France great Britain and Russia were said to have instructed their ministers to advise China and Japan to come to terms. Lade. The Denver to tabs says that indications Point to a Gold mining Boom in Colorado the coming Spring. The Gold strikes at Leadville Are fully As important As the great Silver strikes at the same place in the fall of 1878, which led to the mining Boom in the Spring of 1879. Cripple Creek is doing Well. Creede bids fair to become a Gold Camp. Boulder county is producing largely of the yellow Metal. Many other Gold mining Camps in the state Are beginning to produce and Gold mines discovered a score of years ago and which were too Low Grade to Are now profitable. The East. By a lamp explosion at Philadelphia. Pa., mrs. Windlinger and her twin daughters were burned to death. The firm of Brower amp Mcgowan new York brokers suspended with liabilities of $400,000. Offices p. J Deveart x shot sex Gap. M. Fenton and then Kille himself in the police station at holy Oke mass. In new York the East Side Bank a closed pending an examination Litas condition. It owes depositors $460,000. The death of sex congressman m. Stevens occurred in his chair at the times office in Middletown n. Fire destroyed the Phoenix Glass factory at Monaca pa., the loss being $175,000. In new York Matthew Elan amp co., dealers in fruits made an assignment with liabilities of $150,000. One of the last anti slavery agitators Theodore Welde died at his Home in Byde Park mass., aged 91 years. Charlotte Emerson Brown the first Quot Fot r Royal soap fori Ait ius for Iii Ger soaps sugar corp Fop Corn gtd Japan Tea crackers cd Fine Cut it or ilk Corn starch a Menean in done to forget that we can fur on Candy and n Uta for As Low e As they can be by night for Beebe amp son. Minneapolis minn., feb. 6. The mass of prefatory evidence in the trial of Harry Hayward for the murder of Catherine Ging having been cleared away the state tuesday morning sprung a Surprise by placing Blixt the self confessed tool of Hay Ward on the stand. J in answer to questions from or. In be Blixt related How for six or seven weeks before the murder Harry Hayward was accustomed to come Down into the engine room and have Long talk with pc him. Blixt pointed ont the rooms on the diagram of the Flats where they were accustomed to talk and went on to say that along in november Hayward began to talk to him about doing Aone outside work in a newspaper Case. This brought an objection from the defense and the court ordered the stau to make a foundation for the introduction of such testimony first accordingly the examiner took up at. Once the Ging matter. Blixt described How he had witnessed the note for $7,000 Given to miss Ging by Hayward. He said he had been instructed by Harry to say when he saw the pile of Bills a ooh my what a lot of the note was offered in evidence and was found to be dated november 24, nine Days before the murder. That night in the basement of the Ozark Harry had said to him i am going to kill her. I did no to let her have 17,000. It As Only 12.003 i am going to take her to a restaurant and have her Stow the Money and Tell her How careless Sheid a a afterwards a continued Blixt he told me that he took her around to a restaurant and had her show the Money and she Plazea it in a Tumbler while she ate and some one else told her shed be killed for her Blixt said that Harry told him he was going to have miss Gingis life insured and then kill her. He continued he asked me if i Ever heard of people getting Kille in elevators. I said i had. He said he would get in the elevator with her and strike her on the head and then put her on the floor so that when the elevator started it would Cut off her at this there was a Low murmur of horror that rang through the assemblage which was checked by the Deputy a Gavel. Blixt continued. A i said i do that. Hayward said that every time miss Ging came into Bis room and put her Arma around Hla Nec he wanted to stick a knife into her. I said to him. Harry can to you make Money some other Way a the awful est thing i Ever he said a you re a Coward. Your conscience is hurting you. If 1 had her and a dog id shoot her and leave the that evening 8e came Down with her to the boiler room and showed her things. The next morning that was monday about ii of clock he handed me his watch a Box of Cartridge and a Roll of Money and told me to hide them in a tin Box so that if he was arrested they to found. He said the Money was not All Good but that some of it was Green Good. A he said there was going to be a fue Erni there before the matter How it happened. Riei is of Lourae he a be Here and in a be so sorry and til have to sit up All night with the Corpse and after the co Ner has had Hla examination then til go East with the he said he had to have 116.000 to carry out his plans in the Saat. He would get 410,000 out of this and he would have to make 16, Coo in Home other Way. Then he said a she a got to die to night and you be got to help Isid a Harry. Ain tyo got any other Way to make Money than to kill that poor Little girl a he said a it s nothing to kill people. In be killed two other people. A he said one waa a chinaman but he did not say who the other was. He pm he Hafl wounded a third. I said i could not help him Doit. He said id got to or he d kill me. I did not any attention to that and then he said he d kill my wife. I told him a whatever you do done to Hurt my wife you can do what you like with me but done to touch my wife a at the recollection of this the witness broke Down utterly and sobbed like a child. At last resuming his narrative Blixt said a finally i said to him that i would do As he liked but he Hurt my wife. He wanted me to sign a receipt for a revolver but i would not. He gave me six Long cartridges and six Short ones to put in it and after it was All done i was to change the car to Tycen he told me to go out Hennepin Avenue to Kenwood and wait for him. When he Camo i was to follow him. Pretty soon i saw him coming across a lot and i followed him. Then he stopped a buggy and i came up and he told me to get into it and drive along. I on he std to keep our Heads inside. Then he said to miss Ging a this Man is in the gang Tjun we drove out Hennepin Avenue and i Dian t see him again until afterwards. A a after a while she asked me if Hayward a busing Green goods. I told her i did t know. She asked me what i had Down there by my Side and i said it was a revolver that Harey told me to take. She kept looking out All the time and i kept thinking. It was a fight in my head All the time i thought i would get out and then i no longer Queen. Blizzard. Michigan state news. Lansing Mich., feb. 1.�?in the Senate thursday joint resolutions were passed submitting a constitutional amendment to the effect that All electors be Able to read the state Constitution in English and to write their own name also to abolish the system of cumulative voting in the election of representatives to the state legislature. Bill were noticed in the Senate prohibiting the marriage of first cousins appropriating 44.000 for the support of the Home for discharged prisoners and for the use of the Abbot a a the Myers voting machines. Lansing Mich., feb. Amp in the Day senator Thompson a new health Board Bill fur Detroit was reported unanimously from the cities and villages committee this la the Bill. Which contemplates legislating out of office in. Mcleod health commissioner of Detroit the most important Bills noticed were making an appropriation of ��2 of the Bah commission for 1896-9�. Repeat of the Law which exempts All Railroad companies organized North of the forty fourth parallel from taxation for ten years prohibiting try of Deer until november 1, 1897 a tag the display of United states flags by if. School districts in the state author Xin the incorporation of Trade and labor Cou act a exempting the upper Peninsula from the tl6n of the franchise tax Law authorizing a judges of probate to appoint their Egli ters r and authorizing the making of for i caring for United state or Lionel at the Detroit House of correction. Lansing Mich., feb. 6.�?the Senate adopted an table resolutions upon the death of senator Watts. Eulogies were spoken by Lieut. Gov. Milner and senators run Days Clapp Mclaughlin and Kilpatrick. A committee of Flea from each House will act a honorary pallbearers and the Senate wifi attend the funeral in a body at Jackson on wednesday. Lansing. Mich., feb. 6.-the Thompson Bill providing for the appointment of a health Board for Detroit by the governor was passed by the Senate in committee of the whole without opposition Bills were introduced As follows appropriating 176,444 for support of the state fish commission for the use of the Myers voting machine at an elections requiring the guaranty fund of fraternal benevolent associations to be deposited in the state Treasury authorizing women to be elected trustees of Baptist churches providing for filing chattel mortgages with registers of deed. Lansing. Mich., feb. 7.-on account of the funeral of senator Watts the Senate was not in session wednesday. Bills were introduced in the House As follows appropriating fsi.000 for improvements at the traverse City insane Asylum abolishing the annual tax upon registered pharmacists to sustain the Board of pharmacy to create a a commission for the upper Peninsula appropriating 447,000 for support of the Blind school and providing for a state tax statistic�11 representative Partridge gave notice of his Bill amending the primary election Law which applies to cities of 20,000 or Oyer. It provides that the inspector of caucuses shall be appointed for one year the same As committeemen and is aimed Todo away with the packing of causes in the interest of any candidate. It also provides that Only resident members of the party holding the caucus shall vote and they Are compelled to take a solemn oath that they Are members of the party. The Bill also provides a penalty for taking bribe or voting for candidates for not in nation under Promise of office the Only bal of importance passed was one providing that inmates of the soldiers Home admitted to insane asylums shall at once become a state charge House. Lansing Mich., feb. the House thursday a joint Resolution was introduced providing for the submission to the people of a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and Sale of intoxicating liquors. A Bill was introduced which provides for an immediate assessment upon the stockholders of insolvent Banks to the amount of their liability which is an amount equal to the Stock Beld under the present banking Law. Lansing Mich., feb. 2.�?the first of the ire Uei Al Bilia prepared by the municipal a Demission passed the House Friday. It proposes a general charter under which All villages in the state must incorporate Lansing. Feb. 6.�?in the House monday tha following Bills were introduced appropriating 49,572 for improvements at the Marquette prison prohibiting the shooting of Quail and their shipment out of the state reducing the rental of telephones from m to 43 per month for a single instrument and 12.50 for each additional for the establishment of a Normal school in the upper Peninsula also a joint Resolution fixing the compensation of members of the legislature at $750 per annul and no mileage allowance and five dollars per Day for extra sessions not to exceed Twenty Days also a joint Resolution providing that at the general election of 1896 members in Odd numbered senatorial and legislative districts be elected for two years and those with even numbers for four half of the new members being elected each subsequent two years o Lansing Mich. Feb. B�1 the House tuesday appropriating 420 000 to Mark the positions of Michigan regiments at Chickamauga and Chattanooga and providing toy a hearing before judges of probate for persons who have been adjudged insane with reference to their restoration to mental soundness. The following Bills were introduced making the Secretary of the state Board of health superintendent of vital statistics increasing Trenum Ber of companies of the Michigan National guard from forty to forty four Marina registration and inspection at primary elections providing for a Legal verdict on civil cases by nine jurors on a pm a Celo it twelve and of four jurors on a panel of six prohibiting the wearing of big hats at Heaters. And one requiring All lobbyists to Register with the sergeant at arms of the two houses and prohibiting persons not so registered from appearing before the legislative committees in behalf of pending measures. The occupation of Liliuokalani of Hawaii in gone. W voluntarily give up her throne the sincerity of her action regarded with so Sill Cion rebel leaders on trial. _ a i thought i would get out and then f .1$ thought of my wife and stayed in the buggy. Ajar Timm to do it and it was Alwa from the women of Brooklyn seem to have been divided in their attitude toward the Soldier boys who came to quell the Street railway riots. Some threw Bunek bats at their Heads while others car go Dent of the federation of worn ried them tempting food. one Street died in East Orange n. J., a veritable Barbara Frie Tofile was did ears. Covered. The soldiers had been pelted with so Many missiles from upper windows that they were ordered to shoot up and Bhoot to kill one old woman persisted in keeping her head out and in wagging her Tongue at the Brave boys in Blue. The a a boys blew out every pane in the window Sash but left Jap Gray head untouched. A ded 8$ a fire at Pittsburgh pa., i red Erick my Ler aged 40, and his son aged it were burned to death and a fireman was fatally injured. The Massachusetts legislature in talking of Giring up annual meeting of the legislature and annual election of state officer. The latter costs about $300,008 a year and Tbs legislature posts be Des the expense and inter business Massachusetts us a aah Island Are the Only states which elect their governors every year. In a Massachusetts however people relinquish old customs and e to biennial elections and Moas May not come very soon but Jere be More talk about the system every year and is sure to come. Mere eruption and hate to the change legislative changing the change the United states army by the discharge of Indian soldiers loses the services of Sergt. Cold wind Jimmie ears privates Bull Quot on top of to Tepee run to store Ball and two valuable Wagoner dog Ahins to term Ekht Matsu West and South. In session at Atlanta the National american woman suffrage a Ocia Tion reelected Susan b. Anthony As president. In St Louis mrs. Sarah m. Pierce was awarded $2,500 damages for a kiss that a. A Carpenter attempted to take from her. \ by a fire in the Minneapolis Branch of the Moline 111. Piew work a loss of about $100,000 was caused. In Nebraska hundreds of carloads of provisions were awaiting distribution while the destitute were starving and freezing employees of the Chicago great Estera and Eastern Illinois railways were notified that they must not drink or Gamble or Board at place to w hich a bar is attached. In St. Paul judge Otis decided that Ander the Minnesota Law Hui Eandi were liable for slanderous remarks by their wires. A at the a go of 82 q?1 to Quot a Tuttle the oldest Lake Captain in tha country died at Salem i sleep Walker drowned perishes off say Brook conn., and two Brothers named Wyncoop were drowned. Frank Mogan a Tinner and Charles Eagle and Phil Johnson two youths were fatally injured by the falling of a Chimney during a fire at Rockville my Queen Liliuokalani formerly abdicated the throne of Hawaii in favor of the Republic and sought mercy. The president approved the Bill creating the rank of lieutenant general of the army and nominated Gen. John m Schofield for the place. The Minnesota legislature passed a Bill making Lincoln a birthday a Legal a oliday. A fire in the Union Pacific mine a 1 at Hanna Wya caused a loss of $100,000 and threw 400 men out of work. The entire family of John Bock con sisting of himself wife and four Small children were burned to death in their Home near Omer Mich. Advices from Rutland vi., say that for the first time in seventy five years Lake Champlain was Frozen Over its entire length. At White River the Mercury registered 85 degrees below during a Saloon fire at Evansville ind.,David Eastin the proprietor of the place and his bartender were burned to cold weather with hip winds prevailed throughout the North the Michigan Populis a to 8ta,te_co�?o�?~ vent pm at Greenville nominated r. B. Taylor of stay City forja a Tice Ofuji. Supreme court and George ii. , of renal. And v. Bowen o f a comb for University recent. Kes it Totoa were adopted Dupre Canup Rev Ernie Utsond Issue and the enlargement of the privilege and Powers of Banks and condemning the alleged attempt to Congress to outlaw Silver. The attitude of the administration upon i financial questions a denounced a 6ubven>i e of free government tried ten times to do it and it was fighting in my head. Finally i fired and shot. 1 hit her where he said i should. Then she threw har head Back like this. I went on about 80 or 40 Yarda further and then 1 thought id have to get her out. I a a it it Ved legs of then she went out so and struck her Bead on the wheel and then she went Over on the ground.�?�. The action accompanying this recital was most dramatic As the witness with uplifted hands threw his whole body Forward As though falling. He then told How he returned from the scene of the murder downtown and went to South Minneapolis to Alibi and at last returned to the Ozark. Revoked. Falls into a Hole in tha ice and at Charlevoix Mich. Charlevoix Mich., feb. 6. A mrs. Eugene Cross had been a sleep Walker for years. Monday morning when her husband awoke he found that she had left her room in her night clothes. Searching parties which were sent out Ronld find no Trace of her until afternoon when a boy who went to look at his fish Hole in the ice found her Frozen staff with her head and shoulders under the ice which had formed in the Hole Over night. It is thought that she stumbled and Quot fell into the Hole and was drowned before she awoke. Honolulu Jan. 30, san Francisco feb. 7.�?qneen Liliuokalani has abdicated m favor of the Republic. This is by far the Moat important outcome of the late rebellion. The document was drawn up by a. S. Hartwell at the request of the sex Queen and was presented on the 26th Ultimo to president Dole. The document according to its wording was executed freely mid voluntarily. The Queen made a plea for the hawaiian and others who took part in the rebellion. She Hopes executive a clemency will be exercised in their cases. She expire says a desire to live in absolute privacy henceforth. The document includes a copy of the oath of allegiance taken by her and closes a i have caused the foregoing statement to be prepared and drawn and have signed my name without having received the slightest suggestion from the president of Hawaii concerning the same or any part thereof or concerning any action or course of my own in the the Queens abdication was not unexpected. In Many quarters it is looked upon As a ruse to secure clemency when she appears before the military court now a sitting. It is not generally considered that she is sincere in making her protestation. Since last advices evidence of very damaging character has been piled around her. She was arrested on a military warrant on the 16th instant. No protest was made when the papers were served on her and without delay she was escorted to the executive building and confined in a room where she now remains under guard. the evening of the Day of her arrest her House was searched and the result was the finding of the largest amount of arms and Armuni Tion at one time since the present trouble began. The munitions of War consisted of thirty four rifles eleven pistols several swords a Large amount of cartridges and Twenty one dynamite bombs. The discovery of this Small Arsenal caused a great Deal of indignation among All classes an proved conclusively that the Queen is in league with the rebels. The following Day the premises were searched again and a number of damaging papers were found. They showed that Liliuokalani was certain of restoration As she even went so far As to have a new Cabinet made out. It was to be composed As follows Robert w. Wilcox minister of foreign affairs Samuel Nowlin minister of the Interior Charles t. Poulick minister of finance c. W. Ashford attorney general. As associate justices she named Antone Rosa and v. V. Ashford. W. H. Rickard was to be marshal. Governors for different islands were selected a new Constitution was prepared by Charles t. Gulick in fact everything was in readiness for restoration. Arrests for treason and conspiracy have been numerous. In All there Are about 350 men under lock and key. This number includes the prisoners of War. It is thought the government has under arrest nearly All who took part in the rebellion. The last of the leaders to surrender was lot Lane. He is a half White and was considered a dangerous Adver fiary. He gave himself up on the 17th, after wandering about the mountains for five Days. the same Day the first military court in the history of the hawaiian islands was convened. The following Day Robert Wilcox w. Lane James Lane Samuel Nowlin Carl Wideman William Greig Henry Bertelsman and Louis Marshall were arraigned on a charge of open rebellion. Wilcox Bertelsman and Nowlin the three leaders All pleaded guilty. The others refused to plead on the advice of counsel and a plea of not guilty was entered against their names. The profound secrecy with which these affairs Are conducted has led Many citizens to believe that the offenders will be dealt with in a lenient manner. In Conse Quence of this theory the members of the citizens guard have met and signed a petition to president Dole to be firm and punish the rebels As they deserve. One of the worst storms Rev known the Northwest. Omaha neb., feb. 7.�?one of the most severe storms known in this state amounting to a blizzard now rage All Over this Section. The storm began in the West reaching Kearney neb., about Daybreak and striking Omaha at 10 of clock. Business was almost suspended trains Are All very late and the Drifting Snow May make them still later to Day. In some places there is Snow and sleet thermometers Mark from 14 to 20 degrees below Zero. The storm extends far into Kansas even to the Southern Boundary. The wind him been blowing at the rate of 60 Miles an hour. The Public schools were dismissed at i of clock. The Snow and dust Are mixed and flying in All directions but Street cars Are running easily telegrams to the world Herald from various portions of the state indicate the worst storm in the state for ten years. It is feared that lives have been lost by this blizzard in the drouth District. The Snow a covered up the stunted grasses and has undoubtedly caused much suffering among the animals who subsist on that food St. Al minn., feb. 7. Most discouraging weather reports come from the West and Northwest. The Mercury has been dropping 2 degrees an hour since 3 of clock wednesday afternoon and at 10 of clock p. In. The temperature varied from 10 below Zero at St Paul to 84 below at a no Appelle n. W. T. It is excessively frigid All the Way West to Missoula Mont. The wind reaches the proportions of a blizzard at most Points in the Dakotas and Western Minnesota. Special dispatches indicate that there is much suffering among live Stock and considerable among human beings. Pierre s. D.,reports a wind so great that people Are driven from the streets., a Redfield s. D., dispatch says it snowed till noon when a 56-mile wind sprang up and drifted the Snow in a frightful manner. All Redfield business houses have closed and trains on the Northwestern roads at that Point Are abandoned. Marfa Tutte Mich., feb. 7.�?cold of Nnena Poleh severity prevails through out the in Feire upper Peninsula and great suffering is reported from the Homestead country where inhabitants Are isolated and live in scantily furnished Cabins exposed to winds. Several fatal cases of freezing have been reported. At Salt Ste. Marie wednesday the Mercury reached 34 below. The general Range is from 16 to 34. Clearfield pa., feb. 7.�?wednesday morning was the coldest Here for fourteen years. Thermometers in and i around Clearfield varied from 20 to 30 below Zero. Twenty five was a fair average in exposed places. january 25, 1881&Quot, the Mercury Here dropped to 88 below Zero. New York feb. 7.�?the weather Bureau records show that wednesday was the coldest Day since december 31.1880, when the Mercury dropped Down to 6 below Zero. At 11 of clock wednesday night it stood at 4 a Low. At White River can., the thermometer at 8 of clock wednesday turning registered 60 degrees below Zero. The Hudson was Frozen from Shore to Shore at ninety sixth Street and ice was very thick at Points above. White River vt., feb. 7.-the Mercury Here is lower than usual. W Ednes Day morning it registered 65 degrees by Ipp. A v Rutland Al feb. 7.�?for the first time in seventy five years Lake Champlain is Frozen Over its entire length. Death or Pioneer woman in Oure Vedder died at her Home in Sandstone Jared 82. Tedder ,va8 a Pioneer of Michigan and a Many respects a remarkable woman. During sixty years she Fred on the a ame Large h farm which she had helped with he own hands to Clear and till coming to Michigan from Attica n. Y., to 1835-she outlived two husbands in Del on three of her nine children. When a years old she worked with her hired Man in the Harvest Fields and Stacke As much wheat As the Best a a on t e farm. Her death was due direct yep it her fearless courage in handling a tons team of horses which ran away and dragged her Over the Frozen ground. A condition of farm labor. The feature of the forthcoming report of labor commissioner Morse is the result of a canvass of 5,800 farm labourer in Michigan. It says these men supported 1m5 be Raoul a a received average wages of $17.84 a month to a a full Loq Many received extras in the a of House rent fuel team work Garde n five per cent Only reported no wages during the year the 13 per cent the average yearly $181.85 and ,537 reported average 477.67, or a total of 4196 891. About one half say they cannot earn enough to can of e se4 families although the Cost of using decreased 15 per cont. During the year. Les a five own Homes and these Are mortgaged for half their value. Caped makes a strange con neat. After an acquaintance of but a few hours Joseph c. Baldwin aged 77, an old and prominent resident of Mason married mrs. Elizabeth a. Aged 63, of Bay City who had been visiting in Mason a few Days. The affair created a sensation As both of the parties Are practically helpless. Securing the marriage License Baldwin old he Only knew the brides name and age As it was a Case of love at first sight. Baldwin has been noted for his oddities for Many years. One of them was the wearing of a Straw hat the year round. _ masonic horns association. At the annual meeting in grand rapids of the Michigan masonic Home association the treasurers report showed total receipts for the year $7,100, and $1,260 on hand after paying All expenses. Old officers and directors were reelected As follows president h. N. Moore vice president r. Swarthy it Secretary. W. Calkins treasurer. T. W. Strahan trustee for two years Leo a. Caro for three years Joseph Houseman. , c w. Calk Lna. Col a Crof ton Fox of grand rapids g p. Bigelow rapids and w. S. Lawrence Kalamazoo. State Board of health. Reports to the state Board of health by sixty observers in different parts of the state during the week ended january 26 show that remit tent fever and whooping cough decreased in area of prevalence. Consumption was reported at 227 places Scarlet fever a sixty typhoid fever at Twenty six diphtheria at forty measles at Gaur Teeth and smallpox at Detroit Bengal Hig land Park Pontiac Royal of k and soul v cold wave in Europe. Four men saved from death. Ground at the Cambria mine in Negaunee settled from the surface to the sixth level a distance of 500 feet. Iho Cave in caused a terrific Rush of air and four men were blown nearly 100 fee toward the Shaft. They would Aye been blown to the Mouth of the Shaft where a drop oj-175 feet awaited them but a Tram car which was also being blown along being wrecked stopped their Progress. Y Brooklyn aldermen take action against tha trolley Compaq a a. A Brooklyn feb. 6.-barely 2,000 peo and brother in Law pie assembled in front of the City Hall a a monday afternoon and the demonstration planned by the strikers to overage the civic authorities was a a allure at least As far As Force of numbers was concerned. Master w Orkman Connelly had announced that 20, people would certainly be present and perhaps double that number. Mayor Schieren at the eleventh hour decided that his proclamation of two weeks ago ordering citizens to refrain from congregating on the streets or squares of the City is still in Force and under directions from him the police cleared City Hall Square of the crowd w hich assembled in response to the order of Connelly and others of the executive committee of the strikers. _ the men Are highly indignant at the action of the authorities in refusing them the time honoured right to assemble for the purpose of petition and prayer for Relief from unjust usage. While they were rebuffed by the policemen in front of the City Hall their Leader entered alone by the rear door and was permitted to carry his bundle of petitions to the Council chamber where the Board of aldermen after a Brief discussion passed by a vote of 10 to 8 the Resolution prayed for and revoked the Grant to the Brooklyn City and Atlantic Avenue trolley companies. Mckinley a brother in Law sued. Gatton. O., feb. 7.�?sample c. George a Farmer has begun suit in the cps Mon pleas court against George fan if a a wealthy retired capitalist and brother in Law of gov. Mckinley for $30,000 damages for alleged alienation of his wife a affections. Scientific facts. Ships Are in Battle. Still hold a by Nese Fleet at Wei Hal Wel Lna out. Che Foo feb. 7.-the chinese Fleet in the Harbor of Wei Hai Wei is still holding out against the japanese. The chinese vessels have shelled that part of the town which was supposed to be occupied by the japanese. Eigners named Yohnell Walpole and Thomas Are reported to have been killed or taken prisoners. The commander in chief of the first japanese army Gen. Naedzu is reported to have Bern killed at Hai Cheng. Local papers state that Gen. Tai commander of the chinese land Force at Wei Hai Wei is dead and that the situation is critical. Several persons Frozen to death in England and France. London feb. 7.�?bitterly cold weather accompanied by snowstorms prevails generally throughout great Britain for the first time in fourteen years the docks at Southampton Are Frozen Over with thin ice. At Market Harbor the thermometer registered 4 degrees below Zero. Several persons have been Frozen to death in the country. The Railroad trains in Scotland and Wales Are blocked by Snow drifts. The weather on the continent has also been very severe. In Paris there were five deaths tuesday from the cold. All travel by land or water has stopped North of Inverness on the Moray Frith. Barns and shed have been isolated by the drifts Many cattle Are dying under cover thousands of sheep and Deer have perished from cold an4 hunger or from suffocation in the drifts. Small game has suffered More than before in ten years. The blizzard is driving the grouse Seaward in great quantities. In Westmoreland several schools have been surrounded with drifts and parents of the schoo. Children have gone to dig them out. Many deaths of aged and infirm poor Are reported from the Midland counties. The Gale has wrecked several Ashing boats off the Fife and Berwick coast and six or seven men were drowned. Last he Lac gone. Gov. Rich announced the appoints ment of Charles 9. Osborn of the Saul Ste. Marie news to be game and Ash Warden for four years from february 1 to succeed Charles s. Hampton the Only remaining relic of the democratic administration of 1891. M. The. Queen signs it. Bottom feeding fish creep into crevices in rocks on the Bottom and under. Shelving rocks and they hide in Marine plants As Birds seek thickets on the a Man in Bremen has invented a kind of a Oil bombs for calming the Waves which can be fired a Short distance. There Are Small holes in them allowing the Oil to run out in about an hour. # a reports of the favourable results o the anti toxins treatment continue to come in in Trieste the Drath rate in cases of diphtheria has fallen from fifty to eighteen per cent. In Bukovina from duty three to sixteen per cent. 3mxus, the dog Star the brightest a tar in the heavens moves through Paea at a velocity of thirty three Miles a second its distance from the Earth exo Eeda about a million times the distance of the Sun. Camille Fla m Marion and three other astronomers will make a Model of the Moon or the Paris exposition of 1900. To la said that the Model will be mgt that a balloon journeys will in around a. Michigan they hold populists. And Maks state convention nomination. Greenville Mich., feb. 7.-th� populist state convention met Here wednesday. Only a few delegates were in attendance. Judge Cole presided. The Omaha platform was adopted with an amendment making the Money question the Paramount Issue. R. B. Taylor of Bay City was nominated for Justice of the supreme court and b. Bowers of mount Clemens Genoa the modes Visendi Between Spain and the United states in in operation. Washington feb. 7.�?the Visendi Between Spain and the l Tea states providing for the Low the Riff on american imports to Cuba and Porto Rico went into effect wednesday having been signed by the Queen three Days before. The rates under the new arrangement Are the same As they were under the reciprocal convention negotiated under the Mckinley act. Made Bishop of indians. Indianapolis ind., feb. 7.�?at the episcopal convention wednesday Rev. John h. White of Faribault minn., a was chosen Bishop of Indiana. Were Many candidates Rev. Mott Williams of Marquette Mich., being the next strongest Man. The convention was composed of sixty five of the Laiu and thirty five from the clergy. Gen. Schofield promoted. Washington feb. 7.�?the presiden and b. Bowers of mount Siemens i has approved the Bill and George h. Smith of Benzie county of lieutenant general of the army Ana for regents. Gen. Weaver a poke in the has nominated Gen. Fec Hoffeld for the Idaho is twice m Large As Arkansas. Evening on the Money question. Fro sea to death. Miles City Mont., feb. 7.�?one of the worst storms Ever known in Eastern Montana prevailed tuesday night. Spencer Henry William Moore and Lee Parish left in the afternoon Tor a ranch 15 Miles from town in a Sleigh but became lost in the Hills. Henry walked into town wednesday afternoon and reported his companions Frozen to death. Chicago now poot off Ca Washington feb. Senate has passed the House substitute for the Chi Capo Post office building. The Bill Imit the Cost to too Goa place. Pm Walls Shat Down. Pitt ugh pa., feb. 7.�?the continued cold weather has caused a Sion of All operations practically in the Oil Fields. There Are Over 200 webs in the Mcdonald Field which have been shutdown and the word from sister rite is that everything is Frozen up to rat there. The same information Pomes from the Mannington District. Short but newsy items. Reilly of Detroit won first prize in two classes in the wrestling tournament of the Chicago athletic association., Henry Hon ten was found dead of the Railroad track South of grand rapids. He was reputed to belong to an old and wealthy Holland family. He regularly received a remittance of $50 a month from Holland. ? Charles Hernley jr., aged 21, of resort to Wiship Charlevoix county became violently insane and attempted suicide. So Myers took him to traverse City. Fire broke out in the United states hotel at Boyne City and burned the hotel and six other buildings in the business portion of the loss $20,000. A mayor Pingree was refused a hearing at a mass meeting in new York to consider proposed legislation. A not was barely averted. The boilers in a planing Mill at Muskegon Mich., exploded killing John Johnson the watchman and shaking the entire City. . Horace e. Pope of Detroit was killed by William Brusseau a nurse whom he had accused of intimacy with his wife. Sex Constable George Crabbe one of the be amp to known residents of Sag maw for Many years was adjudged insane and taken to the Asylum. The skeletons of a Man and a woman were unearthed near he Soji Ville Many Indian implements of warfare being found in the Graves with them. The thirty seven circuit judges of the state were considering the advisability of asking the legislature to increase their salary of $2,500 per year. An unknown my a who died by falling from a train near Detroit was identified As Rev. Henry Liebhart d. D., of the methodist Book concern Cincin Natl Adam Bott a finn aged 35, was found Frozen to death near Jacobs Ville. A was supposed to have imbibed too much whisky and lost his bearings. Five men were scalded two fatally by the bursting of the valve of a steam pipe in a mine at Houghton. It is feared that the severely cold weather and dearth of Snow in the Fields in Sanilay county will almost ruin the fail wheat buyers Are Busy in the Northern counties of the state particularly Alpena Montmorency and Pesne Isle buying up Hardwood lumber for Vas Tern manufacturers. The Montmorency county Board of supervisors has Given the Eon trac Las of the new court House a t Atlanta until March 15 to finish the building. Frank l. Noble the owner and Steward Bodyke covered. Logo of feb. 7.-a body supposed to be that of h. Schunder the chief a Tew _ a re of the Elbe my brought to Lowee Jjo a Rao Toft by a fishing boat wednesday mom sed at grand rapids

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