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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 19, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. 2c2cxx. South xxx a text 0vc�c�o�-, to. 35. Trie interesting1 fact is announced that the wealth the Vanderbilt family now foots up $274.000,. A Quot Quot. A. Mar. Path Xic Lixi has at Crair Nob a automatic music Box which j4nvs All the great operatic Arias us her repertory. In this btoa4 country not a drop rain a Flake Snow fell now years Day. Not Many Days in the history the country have such a record. _. A great Deal the English Holly in the Market Over which the Syndicate poets go into ecstasies this season the year is really grown in now Jersey swamps. The Rumor conies that mme. Patti has been offered the c Ross the legion Honor by the French government Datti ought to take it it will Cost her Only a song. Til eke has just been consecrated in Philadelphia a Church for the exclusive use the deaf. It is the first and Only place worship in this country if not in Tho world that is managed entire by deaf mutes. A a lord Wolseley Frederick Wolseley an australian squatter claims attention for having invented a beep shearing machine by which one Man can Snear one Hundred and forty Liepp a Day clean As a years it go a Coal mine in Japan t Iok fire and forty fifty miners were but embed. Recently the Mouth the jilt a Ojo Ned. And searching the Billies the victims were discovered. R by the action water they had been come Rte 1 into Stone. That was quite an excusable slip the Tongue a Bich a. Young orator Nade at t la a Imperial federation meeting in new in Tho other evening. A a she a he Jaid referring to Ganada a a has Coin i Etc i her Twenty first yer she has attained to her manhood.1 Ron Kin Bicow ifs first poem was written at the Early age four year. One Day. Just As his Mother was about to give him a dose m Nice Yorr the Youthful poet struck an attitude and recited j a i ooze. If yet to wish in see a boy Tak lock to me Quot a r John Rixte if Al it a it it. A pretty Fermi it acadian girl visiting in , ale., says Abe has eaten nothing i Jiron years subsisting entirely a and now every restaurant Man if am Moose head to Penobscot is trying to sell her a Twenty one meal four Dollar commutation Nasli ticket nothing remains the famous English settlement Jam a town ya., begun in 1607. Save the ruins a Church Tower and this is crumbling year by year. Tree roots have cracked the monumental slabs in the churchyard and thus one the few localities recalling the first year american history is slowly losing its distinctive features. Quot a a i. A a a it is no wonder that foreigners consider the English language so difficult to master Wuen we think the great change that a single letter makes in the pronunciation it the Latte re changes Lover into Clover d makes a Crow , k makes eyed next a g changes a son into a song 1 transforms a Pear into a Pearl s changes a Hob into a shot t makes Bough boy rat w makes Omen into women. The news. Compiled from late dispatches. Fiftieth Congress. Pc coed session. Fri iut. Jau. 1l�?tie Tariff Bill w s further discussed in the Senate. In the you a Filipu Ter inf prevented the transaction any busits. Sentuc the 15 i saturday Jan. 13. A in the Reading Tho Tariff Bill was Friuli had. A b ii to provide for bands w s introduced and several i evidential Nom to at ions were confirmed. In the House the Bill to revive Tho Grade lieutenant j had w ves living in six different cities. Church Dod the 14th pneumonia aped fifty seven years. Republican the first Indiana Coli ures Stoffal d strict the 4th nominated colonel Frank b Posey for the unexpired Tetra occasioned by Tho resignation congressman Hovey to become governor. the 14th William Chapman Spring Field. Mo., had both his eyes blown out by a powder explosion and was otherwise badly injured islam g. A tints was the 14th re non Ina Ted for tin Ted hates senator by the democrats the Tennessee leg. Stature. In Cincinnati Tho 15th Emma Thom son ought suit for divorce charge ing that to husband John i Thompson general the army a favourably reported. In d Leussing the Diplomat c Bill a . Mcadoo n. A advocated abolishing United states ministers abroad said the j interests the United states would not j suffer if ministers were cot sent abroad and said the system was absolutely unfitted to the character a free country the pension i lifer Academy and consular j and diplomatic appropriation Bills were passed. Mondat Jan. 14.�?-a concurrent Resolution was introduced in the Benat it to Viding for the counting the a Mes for president february 13 next. The i Tariff Bill was further discussed. A Bill was introduced to Divide the a Sioux reservation in Dakota. The nomination Thomas c. Anderson Iowa to Boas a social Eju to co the supreme court the territory Utah was received. In the House Bills were introduced to punish i the buying and Selling Vetcs for the establishment a National military and. Naval museum in Washington to refund the interest bearing debt the United states for the free coinage Sliver and to alter the regulations regarding Tho elec Tion congressmen. Tuesday Jan. 15. A president in Galle Laid be it re Tho sen to a me Dorial from the legislature id to testing a against the proposed admission Utah and asking that a legislative com j Mission be created for the government the territory. Too. Tariff Bill w4s again discussed the appointment Walter c. Newberry As postmaster at4, Chicago was confirm h in the House the 1 omnibus territorial Bill which propose the admission North and South Dakota Aseen Washington m Tontana and new Mexico As a sol a states was consider Ltd a a mod fhe 15th hanged George Meadows the no Gre who recently assaulted mrs. Kellam near Pratt mines Ala the legislature Mich the 15th Dee Tel James Mcmillan re Detroit a United states senator. the 15th mrs. Jame Dunn aged one Hundred a 1 four year died at her Homo a few Miles South Columbus ind. dressed As an Apache Indian the 15tb Gila Benita a Cowboy in Montana attacked a party mexican herders killing five and Tutu i Ling one. Willi am we its is agcy sixteen years shot a cargo Farnsworth the 15th at Marietta o., killing film instantly. A i the Nebraska la i lature the 15th Charles f. Manderson rep wan elected i to represent the a state As United states senator. the 15th Allen c Imp Ell proprietor a Bank at Kvart mich., skipped to Canada with about$10,000 the funds. Tur. Colorado legislature the 15th elected e. Q. Wolcott rep to succeed Thomas u. Bowen As United states senator. the 15th the National Dairy fair association America was organized at Springfield. I1l Tho purpose the incorporator is to give exhibition a Dairy products. Anarchists May meet. Ably from Washington. A Rixo the seven Days ended the cloth Theio were 337 business failure in the United states against 280 Tho previous seven Days. Tho Lith cd Congress Man Ii. Singleton. m Ysis Sippi died n4 his residence in Washington aged h even to six years. Howa a Rabieb a Trio House sent Nult ugly for it a the forty fourth to the fort v ninth vib Cresset Twenty soc Lea Ling Clearing House in Tho United Stiles the i Exchange during the week cud a the 12t i aggregated $19,522 , agr not $1.0115.024 974 Tho previous week. As Emp fire i with the Cor responding week 1ss8 the increase amounted to 4.1. the a the the National department agriculture estimate 1 last year s who it crop this c entry at l id s bushels valued at 1384,030,. The torn crop the year was estimated at 1,987,710,000 bushels valued at the 14th the question indemnity for these Zure the Steamer Hytien Republic was settled. Re he Aiqouni agreed upon a �?T1120jiu0, and about $50,000 was handed Over to the owners the Steamer the balance to be paid in instalments. I electors chosen at the election in november met the 14th at the state capitals their respective states and went through the Legal formality casting their votes for the candidates for president and vice president whom they represented. A movement has Tisi been erected in Sherburne Chenango county n. Y., Over the Graves colonel William s. Smith and his wife. He was a favorite aide de Camp general Washington and took part in Twenty two Battles the revolution having entered the Patriot army at the ago eighteen years and served through the War. His wife was Abigail Adams the Only daughter Tho second president. _ r James a. Stem Art the newly elected mayor Griffin ga., is one the youngest mayors record his Twenty second birthday having been celebrated in August last he is the son congressman j. 1. Stewart who was greatly surprised when he heard his boys election. Young Stewart entered the Campaign but one Day before the election and received thirty nine majority Over one the most solid citizens Griffin. My. And mrs. Gladstone Are thus pictured by a London daily paper As they appeared the platform the occasion their recent visit to Birmingham a both were in evenii.gdre9s, the lady charmingly attired in Crimson silk Black lace and diamonds and carrying a swans Doton fan . Gladstone with the customary camellia in his coat his dress shirt open at Tho neck for Strong oratorical Effort and the Way his White tie thus made easy for its customary journey to Tho Side the neck in the course his coming oration. _ the English Law libel has been recently amended by parliament the new a amendment makes the proceedings Public meetings if accurate privileged publications in Case top meeting is one Public interest and concern. Hitherto the newspaper publisher in a prosecution for libel was compelled to prove that the matter complained was published for the Public Benefit now it would up a it ear to be that the plaintiff must prove the matter not to be Public Benefit in Many cases this might easily be done. Recent dispatches from the Congo brings news a sanguinary revolution in Uganda. The English and French missions in the kingdom have been destroyed the missionaries barely escaping with their ii ves. There has been a general Mas acre native converts. And Christian influence a theh bad obtained such a stronghold through the efforts Stanley and others has been swept away and the Mohammedan Power restored. The aral threaten to exterminate the missionaries in Central Africa declaring that christianity shall be driven from the land. A he East. Inn River was the 11th open for. Imi Vikati from Augusta me., to the sea the ice hav no gone out. Tho condition the River att is season a unprecedented. This citizens Law and order league j the United a Stales will hold their seventh. Annual Mee Pinr in Tremont Temple in Boston february 18 and i the firm Coon Crocker it Swazey j dealer in hides and Leatter at Boston failed the 11th for $100,001. Tur death a via b. Taylor Walt known throughout the country As an inventor und manufacturer printing presses occurred at Newark n. J., the 11th. The statement was made Tho let j by a b. Stearns the newly appointed appraiser the port new York that Dur j ing Trio past fifteen years the govern Root had been robbed millions dollars at that port by dishonest officials. Tho 13th Rev. . Alex t. Mcgill aged eighty two years emeritus professor a Eceles asks and pastorial theology in Tho Princeton theological Seminary died j at his Home in Princeton n. He was one the most distinguished men in the presbyterian Church. Tun death mrs. Jay Gould the wife Tho railway a magnate occurred at her Home in new York the 13tlx, at the age about forty nine years. Smith Pratt amp Eitai fits shoe factory at Albany n. Y., was burned the 12th. Loss. the schooners Joseph And Carlton the Gloucester mass fishing Tibet were with their twelve and eleven men respectively Given up As lost the 12th. Ira d. . Famous for his a gospel arrived in new York Tho 13th from liver col. the 14th the Burdette Organ com Pany Erie. Decided to quit business. The loss property caused by the recent Tornado in Reading pa., was the 14th estimated at about $150.000. Fire the 15th burned a Cigar Fox factory in new York and three girls lost their lives in the flames. W. P. Fate a the 15th re elected United states sent by the Maine legislature. the 15th Anthony Higgins repo was elected in Ted states senator by the Delaware legislature. West and South. A desp Kate fight occurred the 12th at Cimarron Kan Between that town and Ingalls the cause being a d Spute As to which town was entitled to be the county seat county and a number were killed and wounded. the 12th Andrew Paxton the agent the cil ens league and the Foremost prohibition agitator for Many years in Chicago passed away aged sixty Ebreo years. Mrs. S. Kellas wite a Mechan c at Pratt Mills ala., and her son Willie nine years old were murdered by a negro the 12th. No motive for Tho crime was known. In the face the City collector at Richmond a a Deal cation $100,0110 was reported the 12th. A scats Dan Reynolds coloured refused to marry a popular coloured Belle the Coffee River Aik Colony he was taken out his Hauae the 14th and whipped to death by negroes. The legislature Origen convened at Salem the 14tfi. The failure the King harness company Cleveland. O., for $125,000, was reported the 14th. La a railway collision the 14th at Tallmadge o., eight persons were killed and fourteen injured. Joseph firer was inaugurated governor Illinois the 14th, Alvin p. Hovey governor Indiana and d r. Francis governor Muao url mrs. jump an inmate the poor House at cold water mich., celebrated her one Hundredth birthday the 14th. Bhe has buried four husbands. . Georoe c. Note for Twenty years Castor the Evanston 11l presbyterian foreign intelligence. the 11th the oldest musical in the world the so Gill bit Zorland celebrated its two Hundred my Seventieth anniversary. Advices the 11th say that the steamship Macgregor was wrecked a reef in Ion Bay Yucatan and that both and cargo were a total loss the 1 passengers Crew mails and valuables were saved. The ship a valued at 130,-<x�0. The damage done by the recent storm let a Tapio and Quebec was Tho Lith said to aggregate wrecks houses arid bar ivs were seen in every direction Ami Liu Microu lives were lost. Arrangement were Complete i by Tho mexican Telegraph company the Lith for the laying anew Cable Aero Tho Gulf Mexico from Coltza Calcos to Galveston Tex ,. A distance one thousand Miles. In a Wrork in the English Channel near j Fin do re nine persons were drowned Tho 12th. thej2th Twenty seven socialists including the socialist Leader Becker Wero 1 arrested in Tho suburb Vienna. By the wrecking the British Steamer Priam from live Fri it for Hong Kone the 12th an Island near Corunna Tho i ship surgeon and four the Crew were i drowned. In the Palace Tho archbishop Valencia Spain a bomb was exploded the 12rh. No live wore lost but much damage a Dono. The lord Warden an austrian ship in route Montevideo to Philadelphia was Given up As lost the 14th. Her Crew consisted eighteen persons All from Trieste Austria. At a Jenna the 14th Nineteen Naz ones seven them being women be e sentenced to term imprisonment from three to sixteen months for inc Ting Tho pc pie to refuse % it perform military service. In their defense they declared that the Christian Faith forbade the carrying arms. Dispatches the 15th say that an Earth i Nako be Costa Rica destroyed Tho Capitol building in san Jose and the Cathedral which required ten years labor to Roet atan expenditure $1,000,000. The damage throughout the country was estimated at $5,000.000. In London the 15th a pedestrian named Green began an attempt to walk fifty one Hundred mile in one Hundred j Days w the the object beating Weston a record five thousand Miles. Off Singapore the 15th the Indian 1 Steamer Pya Beket was run into by and Thor vessel and Sui Jib and the Seagers and Crew forty two were 1 drowned.1. Nathan Kex xes it Montreal whole same cattle dealer failed the 15th for $150.0 h in Marseilles France a House occupied by italians collapsed the 15th, and seven the were killed. Later. Tar South Dakota statehood Convent in session the 10th at Huron declared that the profile both North and s nth Dakota were ready and anxious for two states and that the people South Dakota irrespective politics petitioned the present Congress to take Mea urls that woul i immediately the territory into the Union As a state. Mrs Arthur Riddet was burned to Letb and her child seriously injured in a Dre in a Small dwelling at Pittsburgh pa., the 16th. Mrs. Courtney living near hates sir Ings tenn.,.went to Church the 16th, first Locking up her two children in Tho House. Upon her return she found both her Little ones dead the a clothes having ignited from the fire place. In Pittsburgh the 16th t. V powder by denounced Barry As an anarchist and said it was for that reason to was exl it Elled from the knights labor. Mrs. John Greer wife a lumber Man Al Sunshine a killed her babe and then committed suicide the Leith. Using a revolver. No cause was known for the deed. It was reported the 16th that the grand jury at Indianapolis ind., had found indictments against thirty five persons for violation the election Law a unknown Man assisted by a Little girl tricked the Teller the Vil Lennarie Bank at Hull quo., Tho 16th and got away with $7,6jd Herbert Milligan Millhaven lost his life the 16th while trying to Rescue two drowning lads. His Bride two weeks witnessed the scene and had become a maniac. William James a Farmer living four Miles East Somerset ky., struck a Stream pure Petroleum the 16th. A Taix James Lee sr., the olde to and wealthiest Steamboat owner in Tho United states and founder the Lee Lino boat plying the Mississippi died the 16th at Mamphis Tenn aged eighty three years. Zanzibar advices the 16th say that the insurgents captured one Hundred natives and three male and tvo female missionaries at dares Salem und sold them into slavery. Charles King celebrated his one Hundred and eighth birthday the 16th at Danvers mass. He has six Hundred descendants living. A letter written by Stanley from the Interior Africa to the Arab tip poo Tib was received at Brussels the 16th. It was written August 17. In the United states Senate the 16th an amendment to the Tariff Bill to make Salt free was Defeated. A copy the proceedings the North Dakota statehood convention in favor the division the territory and the admission North Dakota was presented. In the House a Bill was passed making Columbus o., a port delivery. The claims territories to statehood were discussed. The police must not interfere with their gathering so Long As they keep within Llie Laws Bounds important decision by judge Tuley cd Cagot the right free speech i the l be blood freed it to no an in a Junction Kefu de technical ground. Chicago Jan. Id in the Cash Tho Petit for an injunction restraining the City authorities from interfering with anarchist meetings judge Tuley delivered his .Nion yesterday. He refuses to Grant the injunction asked for but at the same Timo in effect expresses his Thal Tho police hate no right to forbid the holding a Public meeting to interfere with it proceedings so Long As it is not guilty actually advocating committing acts violence Lawless us. Tho decks states th�1 facts in the Whit Hart that the advertised a Public meeting Quot the members the Arbeiter bund to be held december 28 last at plasterer s . The police were invited to by present if the y desired and the complain tints alleged that the Solo purpose form no the was to secure the themselves Mutual by nil Tib set six a inter course aft 1 political education As set out in the Constitution the . Hubbard chief Ponce notified the proprietors Thuc Hall that such my Cong the would not be permitted and i wide threats that no the Sci it would the allowed to to held in it Doh it Clef future in Tho City. The police off Inis caused a Large number policemen to be stationed at the door the Hull the night december 23, and forcibly prevented the meeting by denying Access to the Hall. The b 11 sought for an injunction to prevent police interference with complainants and their associates in the renting Kalis and the tree tin for 1ib purposes my nne we Iti the Constitution to Long is they should continue peaceable and orderly. The defendants admitted the interference the police with the meeting and the intent the police officials to prevent future meetings Tho and the police justified their act the ground that Many the pc soil vhf Are forming the Arbeiter bund Are anarchists and the is to be formed to propagate the principle and doctrines anarchists. They claimed also that the proposed meetings worn by illegal purposes and that Tho name a Arbeiter bund a a Mere cloak the real purpose being to plot to overthrow the Constitution and Laws the United states and Illinois. As police officers they claimed to be vested with a discretion in preserving the peace the City and preventing to and claimed also that the circuit court had no jurisdiction in the Pri Mises and could not review the exercise that discretion. The .Ginal Appl cation was referred to master Windes who reported that tie complainants and their associates a Wero residents. Citizens and taxpayers Chicago peaceable and Good moral character and had never been accused ref crime that the evidence a led to show that the i to posed assemblage was would be for an unlawful purpose and that the objects and purposes the were truly sat Forth in their constitute . These objects were in substance. By Means enlightenment and education by incessant agitation a speech and writing to organza the people to full Liberty fraternity and Independence to resist with Energy the inroads cliques that were hostile to the people to pro % t and Manta n the rights guaranteed by the Constitution the state and United states to Call attention the people to the danger that threatens it through corruption and Power the wealthy and to incite them to use their whole strength to Cecunj the recognition the i Nal tenable rights assured existence Liberty and happiness to is made the duty the members to promote trades unions assist organized labor in its fight against exploitation and oppression and to cultivate forbearance and Friendship and to Force esteem from the outside world by Manly and conscientious conduct. Judge Tuley says he find no reason to differ from the conclusions Tea master in chancery. It was argued by defendants counsel that the Constitution the shows it face the unlawful purpose because the Condit members that Only persons reputable character who declare for the Abol Tion the inhuman wage system can Besom j members the solicitor is in error in the supposition that the Law upholds denounces Uny particular system for carrying 6n Industrial enterprises there Are Many % operative industries in the in Ted states and to advocate the cooperative profit sharing found Here the participation system in Vogue in France can not in a free government be held to by an unlawful purpose. Judge Tuley says his understanding the word a a exploitation a is opposition to the present system Way using capital a that is to say that Capitol shall be so used that labor will secure a greater share the combined earnings it labor and capital than at present Imd that capital shall not be used so As to oppress the people by combinations and monopolies. But whatever the meaning As the object is to be accomplished by enlightenment and education the masses i find no land which prohibits the formation societies for such a purpose. The questions the relations capital and labor monopolies and combinations like the question the right exclusive individual ownership land the single tax thereon Are burning questions the hour that have come to stay and must be met. The members this May seek to disseminate v news and principles which in tire the great majority our citizens Are inimical to the rights property and the Public welfare but they have the right to publicly meet and Escuss them in a quiet and peaceable manner and make converts to their order if they Are Able to do so. This right free speech and free assemblage is a National right and it would seem unnecessary to be expressly provided for in a Republican form government. It however expressly secured to the people in the Bill rights in our state institution. There is this vital Between the a a internationals in the spies Case und the Arbeiter bund. The internationals declared for Force for a a organization for the purpose it rebellion for inexorable revolution ind for assess nation a while the con Rof the Arbeiter bund does not indicate that their objects Are to be accomplished by a Force a �?orevolut.,&Quot a rebellion a if this were Inch a As the supreme court describes the a internationals to be it could have no Landing in this court for men can not Appeal the Law for Protection in overthrowing the Law. The supreme court did denounce the principles anarchy and socialism but it did not decide that either Anarch its social its were criminals. It held that anarchists who commit crimes Are criminals and the defend ints in that cose were guilty but the court pro bounced no judgment out awry against anarchists As a body. The Merritt conspiracy Law judge Tuley says merely put into the shape statute Law what the supreme court in the spies Case had already declared to be the Law it the state. The Law is aimed at an abuse die right free speech but it does not Uetz the right. Counsel for the defense Cla med that la police were possessed a the Powers conferred by Law us the sheriff to prevent re my in addition to their Power As conservators the peace and by virtue these Powers had the right to prohibit the meeting. If the bund. They have the Power to prevent rime but not to the Broad extent they contend it does not follow that they can take any Means do any net they deem necks j Arv to prevent to that would prob a Render leg Slature courts and other government officers entirely unnecessary and useless. The Law enumerates the special matters in which that Sher it is Power and 1 in to it so that he Tattory provisions and supreme court decisions Are conclusive that the Power to prevent crime was not intended to enlarge the common Law Powers. The court proceeded and reviewed the Offida davits the i olice officials that they a believed Quot that the meetings Tho bund were for an unlawful and illegal pm pro a and said if As the master forcibly says the Mere belief a police officer that in it a a act de Public meetings Are for unlawful purposes shall operate to the prohibition such meetings such Teller created by error , bigotry political partisanship May be resorted to for the Quot extinguish ment a fundamental constitutional fight. 1 astound to find that at this Day in this free country it should he urged that a police official can forbid the meeting a because his belief that the is a treasonable one and the members Are at out to commit treasonable at if lh4s be the Law Ihen Berv fwd tical literary Rol Gifu other Woi ild hold their constitutional right free speech and peaceable Assembly at the mercy every j Etty policeman for the chief in this respect has no More pm wet then his lowest a Bittern. In this civilized age neither by the Law this a talc Nir any other state nor nation making any pre tense to Freedom Are treasonable intentions words unaccompanied by overt deeds acts made a punishable offence. Fit he affidavits the policy aver that Many the prominent members advocate murder and arson and revenge for the execution sales fur sons it Al., and in meetings havoc ate murder officials c0n nested with that trial. There Are no allegations against the As a whole. Because some bad men get into a , that is no reason Why the right peaceable Assembly should be Lake Al away from Tjoe y. There is a glaring injustice in Uei Anding any body men As a class by reason there being some bad men among them. In no e to t a in m no part any state except Here Inch Cago have police officials attempted to prevent Tho right fre Siech peaceable assemblage Tipoti unwarranted pretexts and ass Tnp tons Power. It is to tall a halt. The right free speech and peaceable Assembly is the very life blood Freedom. You m get a Well expect the human body to exist after stopping the circulation the blood As to expect the continued existence Liberty the citizen be no deprived the right free speech and peaceable Assembly. But Tho question arises Are there no limitations restrict uni the cd a rights the answer i none by the will the police and Only St a people by their Constitution and their legislature have placed Tho police by arbitrary arrests warrant and by such illegal acts As Are Here complained cause More disorder than they i ure and create More crime than t prevent. This has a right to ad-�?ooau5 t5 Pec Filiai views fit it Ublish Psi Embly they May critic s a Tho acts ail Publia officers from the president the United Statt and the judge the Bench Down to the splice Mer if they Only do it m a lawful manner. The Power Here vested is a delicate one and to be exercised w the great caution and it a he per 1 if the officer if he go too far. Leo is not constituted by the Law a censor the right free speech nor is it Matt real whether he approves disapproves the utterances air acts the persons assembled. His Only duty a to keep the Petite. And it is Only when there is an imminent danger a then present breach the peace that he has a right to interfere with meeting it May be that our Laws Are insufficient in the present excited condition pc our . I think not but if they Are. We must abide by them As we find them until they Are changed for loyalty to the Law is the first great duty the citizen. / judge Tilley then refers to the agreement made by defendant so counsel to cheerfully acquiesce in it whatever might be pronounced. Uch an Assurance acquiescence in the court s decision to the effect that ii it be held that the police have trespassed upon complainants this they will Cense Suh trespasses renders it unnecessary for the court to Issue an injunction since the necessity for an injunction no longer exists. In conclusion the judge ays a in this easel have thought it necessary to vindicate the right free speech and peaceable assemblage but it is not the intention this court to attempt to regulate the mayor and police finiels to th1 discharge their responsible duty to tile peace and Good order the As the through thereon without our rights in Samoa. President Cleveland says they shall be protected a message the Nuj Ecta position the German la vet nit Eiith Washington Jan. 16.�?1tbe president has sent to Congress a message accompanied with a documents giving the status affair now in Samoa and the Progress affair. There. The correspondence enclosed is that since december 21, p.8s. The president says a the in format thus Laid before Congress is much importance since it has relation to the preservation american interests and the i rot action american citizens and their property in a Distant locality and under unsuitable and unsatisfactory government. In the to 1st the disturbances which hate Arisen at Samoa Soufeh powders have been Sekerci cd As com to be within executive control under the Constitution and Laws which apr Ehr to Accord with Oil National policy and condition to Testore Tranquility Ana secure the safety our citizens through negotiation and agreement with great Brita n and Germany which with our own government constitute Tho treaty Powers interested in samoan peace and quiet. The attempt has been made to Delua More clearly the part which those Powe s shall assure in the government Thal com try while at the same its authority Bas been insisted upon. These negotiations Wero at one interrupted by such action Tho part the German government As appeared to be inconsistent with their further continuance. A Germany however St 11 insists As from the first Liat she has no Des re intention to overturn the native samoan government to ignore our treaty rights and she still invites our government to join her proposition this subject and seems to lean to such a preponderance German Power Ift Samoa As was never contemplated by us and is in Sis tent with every prior agreement every understanding while her recent conduct As Between native warring fact Oas gives Rise to the suspicion that she is not Content with a Neutral position. A a acting under the restraints which our Constitution and Laws have placed a the executive Power i have ius sted that the autonomy and Independence Samoa should be scrupulously observed according to the treaty made with Samoa and the Powers named and the other agreements and understandings with each other. I have protested against every act apparently tending in the opposite direction showing Tho existence internal dist i Brances. One More vessels War have been kept in samoan Waters to protect american a citizens and property. A a a recent collision Between the forces from a German Man War stationed in Samo witers and a body natives rendered the situation so delicate and critical that the warship Trenton under the immediate command Admiral Kimberly was ordered to join the no Pic already at Samoa for the better Protection it Erson and property our citizens and in furtherance efforts to restore order and safety. A the views the executive in respect to the just policy to be pursued with regard to this group islands which lie in the direct Highway the growing and important Commerce Between Australia and the United states Havo found express in the correspondence and documents which have thus been fully communicated to Congress and the subject in its present stage is submitted to the Wiser i cuss conferred by the Constitution upon the legislative Branch the the correspondence alluded to by the president was not Laid before the House Fco Enata brutal negro lynched. Birmingham ala., Jan. 16�?meadows, accused assaulting mrs. Kei the negro Lum and k was Lynch ing. Mrs. I Biog her child near Pratt mines id by his captors tuesday morn Weilum afterwards said that she was positive he was the guilty Man but she had refrained from fully identifying him because she did not want to be responsible for his death at the hands a mob. . Helium wrote an open letter to his fellow citizens at the mines asking them to respect his wife swish and Hia own and k \ the Law take its Curso. Michigan legislature. Senate a pm reconvening to c evening the 8th Mac Donald an bout id h a stood no . Kcf rps a a speaker Bifi Kema Lias compleat d i list ?�e3, bit count t to three parties who asked for delay and a readjustment certain names he did not announce the , but do so to mar Row. Senate Bills were introduce d the 10th appropriating \u00 to build a residence for governor if Lansing making it unlawful to establish defer Rte prom it to a the formation trusts several to Fig Tolate Telegraph and Telephone companies to give municipal corporations the Jower to a Tabish the Tolis a Telephone service within their limits and Fot the repeal the act 1s7 which provide that in a Nof Winbor 1, 18h every Railroad company effective provision against the burning passenger Cufr a Bill to have the electoral cell age met the second monday in january instead february was passed. Big oses a trill was introduced to regulate a be charges for berths in sleeping cars and seat info a Filer Cara also making it unlawful. To suspend Tipp to Perth Over Tho Lowet one in sleeping cars except in a sees where the upper berths Are required for use by Art Ual occupant. Speaker Diekema announced the $ommitte4l so to Bills were introduced the Lith to repeal tree a it be Burin to it minority Stock holders representation in life directory Cor Porath passed a few years and in the interest it i the heirs . C Ayer to fest i to the right suffrage to t z is and Holt 4ralied citizens who have full Pauers and have in Hui a ill the Quot state one year and to punish wilful to mines by tire. After approving Tho appointment 6vj notaries Tho Senate Adji Furi de Antii their it Tii. Hot to it use a a Bill us a introduced to allow sex Cut ions to Corini enee. F uits und n the state Filmia copies their letters and giving Security for costs. A joint Resolution was in re 4 red Appi no d0,b0 for a statue to general Musij Tail in it was i Assed providing for the hold Itig the lie tar a 4�11t�p� the second monday in january to Conforto United stale statute that subject. The far the a Lection a to tiled states senator was fixed for next tuesday afternoon. Adjourned to tip i Ith. I Mav Cruor Cal made the hollowing appointments 1? # Hatch Harjien the l Riff c. Vau Bari and Delos full meet Berk . I he state Bear 1 health Tot Cert a. ofic a member the state Board Char ties acid corrections. F senate�?1j�s were introduced the 14tb for he Ere Rule. an sex Cut ave mansion and for the Pun Iho a setting fir it it i mines aft l it $ Pirn it property. Senator g doings introduced Youit Resolution for an Amend Merit to tee Qon tip text a Fig the salary the governor at attorney genera3,050 Supel indent Public Fotr fiction $2, j$0, and Alil if the other state officers f Jud i a i tenant governor. House a i were introduced to am and the Lii Legal rate interest to Amend the a a re ave to Mal Ata a a my Fly chutes in d in an i a Law rebut be to the organization a Railroad corp f icon fooled a British detective. A Scotland Yard Man let a dance to a Earith 6�l Lvii end against Purnell. Ali Kalovin y. Jan 15 a a sensation a caused to re by the thirteen letters j Ami a number telegrams special detective from re it sent out in the interest nil times to procure it vv�>1ll�?~1 implicate Charles Tell it the Park Mur pears that last August a lab clinic out a Job wrote Ondon saying be Tho new York two irishmen who had t3tt a 5dmm1tt�es. Gal Tho choir pro Sik Rrt the enl ate and speaker tfx Lions. The following Are the standing commit be n be Senate mud House Senate. Agricultural College messes. Holbrook Taylor pars Haw. Agricultural messes. Berry Toan 3 a xylem lot the criminal insane messes. Duns a a. Toan. Orosi Tel do asylums a the insure messes. It East to Galbraith Mccorl Fey Tyler. Bunks and incorporation a a messes. Braith Gilmore Nagel. Cities and villages messes. Ranney Fox m Ines. Blackwell Barringer. Claims and pub c accounts messes. Gil Mort his Oak and Nagel. Constitute Ondl amendments messes. Esselius Ball and Barrier Fer. A counties and townships a messes. Den Herder Taylor Tyler. Educate and Public schools messes. Black Well Green Gorman. In Grossmon and enrolment messes. Mccormick Griffey. Rentz. Executive business messes. Ranney Green Dunstan Wesselius Harmia. Federal relations messes. Toan Mccormick Harshaw. Finance and appropriations messes. Chapman. Ranney Blackwell. Den Herder. Gorman. V ,Barringer. Geo off cat Surv Cyl messes. Gilmore Berry Barringer. _ a a horticulture messes. Taylor Toan Wisner. House correction at Marq Deuey messes. , Palmer Holbrook immigration messes. Colgrove Dunstan Gorman. A a _ j Industrial Home for girls messes. Fox Gur ave to Rosfield. T a a institution for the deaf and dumb messes. I Dongs. Palmer Wisner. Insurance messes. Colgrove cd . Judie Siryl messes. Palmer Dunstan col Ove Wesselius. labor interests messes. Giddings Manes Colgrove Holbrook Harshaw. L quor Traci let messes. Mccormick Green Tyler lumber interests messes. Blackwell Den Herder a def. _ _ mechanical interests mesh is. Berry Gur-1 Ney Barringer. M Litany . A fines Galbraith Wisner. A a Dimmg school and mining interests messes. Dunst to Wesselius. Babcock. Normal a school messes. Green Gilmore bar printing messes. Giddings Gorman. buildings messes. Green Holbrook state Ivy Nuy Jim health messes. Minces Berry Groa Chapman written by land Yard the i Evidente to to tvs re in a Dens. It a rallied in to the had work duct with does rent army evidence implicating Parnell in the n Una lbs it it gtd the limes telegraphed him that an English Deport Iva to Jold be shit. Over it Oue. August 22 this debt Tive having arrived in new York in Roto Pany with a woman detective write Fiejo fair Man that if he and the other Trien Livous a give undoubted proofs and would do to England and testify they would be literally rewarded. He signed his name j. T. P. Kirby and requested a reply in care major Rice 1237 Broadway new York. The Buffalo real veto Kerby was opened at major Rice a by Iii Tii Iril person whereupon changed a its name to a urls Thobias and shifted mis aug Tro a to room 34, red Ney House 40th Street and Broadway. He proposed a meeting at the Tifft House in Buffalo but Tho Buffalo Man to avoid it warned the English detective that their Gama bad been discovered and advised him Tot leave the ref. Kerby and his companion crossed Over to Toronto. From Toronto he went to Montreal and thence to Chicago where his Headquarters it Ere with George Harvey amp co., 179 la Salle Street All the i i Taylor no Tho Buffalo Mil to hasten to procure 111 a ropes and fraying out Money in sums $25 to $75 it a aggregating in All about 50. In his last letter from the Gedney in use he said that he a authorized to assure both the suppose Vitious irishmen Tomfor table farm their own and Sec ire for it Jiem competencies for their lives. He was willing to Puy $5uj apiece in Cash if they would give up Tho papiers. Whiting from room 572, Palmer Houise Chicago november 23, he began to show petulance Sti Spect no that he Wai being Dpi per and declared that How uld not out another Dollar until he could see the papers in his own hands. Be sides he half got so much other evidence As it was that be could afford to do without them. Hill he was willing to give $4ul the correspondence ceased with the thirteenth letter written december 1 from the Palmer House Chicago announcing his intention proceeding to Niagara Falls. There was course no evidence whatever the nature sought. declines to fight. Lie Deno Atiq m. Laura a charges and he fuses to receive the latter a second. Paris Jarija 15.�?m Facquet met Deputy Laur in the lobby the chamber deputies monday and told him that his articles co menting the application the secret service fund during Tho recent elections Wero Rabi a calumnies arid challenged him to justify t is from Pijie Tribune the chamber. M. Laur retorted that he would refer his accusations to a jut a composed members the chamber deputies and would Send Sec ads to m. Hoquet unless he retracted his remarks. M. replied thut he would neither retract what he had said 4or receive m. Laura a seconds. My. Laisant and Lygrisse representing. Laur subsequently called m. Facquet who repeated that he had nothing further to say except from the Tribune. A a tramp a Chi say sir cab Ift you a Elp me a bit him Vinglish myself anger mean dude pleased a a a Aive what a that me Good fellow takes out so Billand awl Why do you think in a eng Lishy know a tramp a a a Iloh sir Henny one could see that i beg1 parking Harendt you the Duke Southampton sir your Grace i mean a american dude sick with Bliss a a a there there me Good fellow take that to help you Back to Lunnun a walks haughtily a life. A the coi Nhill Magazine tells an amusing hip a an ignorant Yorkshire Man who persisted in using a positively harmful quack Medicine. The Rector appealed to the Many a wife to exercise her influence saying that her husband was surely killing himself. To which she tearfully replied a a i know it and Many a a in be prayed against it in the Church service a referring to a passage in the Litany which Shehad always rendered a from Allf be doctoring Good Cord deliver us a messes. Babcock a Man. A Watts White Sherman anger Bleul. Public improvements messes. M Ines Morinan. Pit c . Fox Leavitt harsh a. vie cars. It iffy Babcock Giafis Ings. Green Wisner. Reform school messes. Wesselius Ball let reformatory at ionian messes. Toan Dun Tan Nagel. Relig Ous and benevolent societies messes. Den Herder Ranney Tyler. Roads and hide get messes. Leavitt Taylor to intr. Rutes and joint rules messes. Chapman Gilmore Harshaw. Siino interests messes. Gurney Tyler w i g f school for the Blind messes. Ball Curney soldiers Home messes. Palmer Milnes Rentz. A Tate affairs messes. Babcock Colgrove state Library a messes. Taylor , state prison a messes. Pox co Grove Gros state Public school messes. A amp Braith. Berry. Harshaw. Supplies and expenses biddings Grosfield. In Ivor Sitye messes. Blackwell. Galbraith Nagel. Norse. Agricultural col eged Way Salisbury Wiggins Swift. Hein agr culture . Canfield. A a drainage a. Robinson Swift , Crosby. Jack son. _. Eastern Asylum her the insane Peabody Fawley c. W. Will ams Keefe Al w. Rub 111 education a a a w. It Siam Northrup Gregory Hobart. Elections Waite S. Smith Tinklepaugh Connor. Jasnowski. _ a t engrossment and enrolment a Dalton a. U a Mithra Preston Baker Alexander , a Pec Era 1 relations Hobart Wood h. W. Brown. Mellen Austin. Fisheries Wells a. A. Smith zone Meyer Angerer. Chambers. Geological Survey Alexander Hoag in Southworth. Probert Mellen. _ _ i Hai Forry Hursch a Crosby Ruthie Chambers Jasn Brakl . A. A Mith S. Smith White Dalton Lowden. Immigration Stoflet Sherif if 7�0gletncyer, Austin g boons. Insurance a. L. Preston Keefe Northrup Mcgregor Gregory. Internal improvements Rogers Hawley Jasnowski. A Todd Murtagh. Judiciary a cd a Ujj Peeler w site n. Brown S. Smth. Taylor fan dal i. Liquor traffic Watson peeled Collins ale Shire Gill. _ labor interests Collins r. Robinson Good Rich. G 11. Wettlaufer. 5 local taxation Cole Salisbury Spencer Gre Wheaton. A Tomb to and 8iltw. W. Pristop Russ Hall Peabody. . Manufactures Van . Russ Dewey Huebner. A Michigan Asylum for the insane a Stout Sherman Baker. N. Brown Lowden. Michigan Institute for the deaf and dumb Crosby Quot ?. W. Preston Tinklepaugh Watts Mellen. Michigan Asylum it insane criminals Wood. Hobart Harris Canfield. Military affairs Eaton. Tyrrell w. W. Williams Wood mines and minerals Spencer kans Otu Wagner Dalton Ferguson. Municipal corporations Hoaglin. Dyer Salisbury Ciurtis Swift Randal Killean. Normal who old so son rail j. L. Preston. Northrop. Gibbons. Northern asyl fim for the insane a. W. Browne Damon to. W. Williams Mcmillan Ferguson. _. printing Tinklepaugh Cole Stoflet we Michigan state news. A centenarian. in inmate the Trauch c i univ poor Hon a 1 in uni ind year old. . Bailie an inmate the county House co Dwater celebrated her one birth Lay recent y. Slio was b in in Bristol connary i Ono a family five girl. At the a go Nineteen she was married to a named Hutchinson and moved to Otsego. N. Three Vears later site moved to Tolp us her a tier husband left Ber a relist in the War 181$ after his return they separated and a he married a Man named Keller who died shortly after a year two later she moved to Branch pouty and married a . Card living m Bethel township. Her last marriage was with jump. About fifteen years ago they both went to the not into tio4ise and . Jump died two years later. Mrs. Jumps memory is remarkably Good events that happened when she was Young. Want a new Law. A recent meeting the Oakland county Academy Medicine it Iva resolved that As the statutes in relative to Public health impose Only a lin/5 upon persons convicted Vuda Ting Tho Law and As the persons who Are generally found violating the Law relative to reporting isolated cases disease a a dangerous to the Public health have tin property therefore the requests its representatives in the Ohavo the statute so amended that to a Cut a is against that Law shall be punished Tuluo imprisonment. He Turas i 1� alive. Last summer h. K Iru Megirr Richfield township wont to Flint arid after putting out his Hor so at one the feed barns Sud Denim . It Vas in git Stohr. Lev Many that Kirnon crop Iliad Eitler committed suicide by Jur Rining into Hie River he a Ltd by foully dealt with by some party for Nis Money. The River for half a mile Distant was dragged for two Days but not a ring Hub found Beard the Man until Tho other Day when it was Learned that he was in Buffalo. N. 5�?T, doing by Siuea at who a to Placo he was seen by parties who recognized Bini. M to a nor he my a Sor Felt . At the annual meeting the m a rho Gary masonic Horne association in grand rapid the other night William Dpi fan was elected president k. I Swarthout vice president Jacob b Irth. William p inns John 1>. Jennings Julius Houseman William l Law reuse and b. Bigelow directors the Secretary a report showed about four thousand members and $12,000 in Hie Treasury in addition t a a thirty three acre site All paid for. Fhe foundation for the Limo is Laid and Tho building will be erected Early next scan Orr. Report tie stale Salt in pc ctr the i monthly report Hie slate inspector shows there was inspected during december quantities Salt a follows barrel. Saginaw count. 71,220�& Dean Preston . Privit Quot corporations Potter Morton ing Briske Huebner. Public health ctr tvs h. W. Browne Peabody Ferguson Wheaton. a Public lands okeefe c. W. Williams Mckay Heineman Jackson. Iia a roads a. Brown Mcmillan Turner Rogrs Sosson Bignal Hollister. Reform school Turner Wagner Eaton White Wachtel _ Reform school for girls Russ \ a Orth Wick Lusk Wettlaufer Bignal. Relig Cus and benevolent societies a. W. Wilt ams Vanorthwick. Denting. Stone Gill. Roads and Bridges Bald win Hinkson Mckay. Gibbons Landon. Rules and joint rules Harris Hinkson Mcgregor Wettlaufer Dee. State affairs Abbou Watson Eaton Dee Wachtel. L j a a r. State Capitol and Public budding a Hall Damon Turner. Tyrrell Dee. State Bouse corrections Tyrrell Hoagla Stoflet Huebner Jackson. School mines Southworth r Robinson Orton a Abbott. Conner. Soldiers Home Judd. Cole Spencer pro Bert Hollister. State Library Mcmillan. Stout Wells Dewey Connor. J state prison Peeler Alexander Goodrich Lindow. Briske. State Public school Deming Rogers Kirby Authier . State school for the Blind Dyer Curtis Hanscom Murtagh Aust i supplies and expend Turest Wiggins Lut Judd Hollister h. . Robinson. Towns and counties a Damon Authier Kirby Chambers l Ndow. In varsity a Taylor Hinkson Waite Alo Shire Mckimstry. Upper pen Usuia prison Mcgregor Mckay Potter Watson k Lleaine. Way and meat so Baker. Potter Watt Hawley Wheaton h. W. Rob Noo. A a Youngf Man from the country had applied to his physician for advice. After prescribing the regimen he wished his patient to follow he added a and remember Only one Cigar after each some weeks later the Young Man returned. A Well my Youthful Friend a inquired ecu Lapius a How have you observed my rules a a pretty faithfully doctor. Only that one Cigar after meal business has bothered me Soma you should understand that i had never smoked. A a judge. A a Well my boy a he asked cheerfully at the breakfast table the morning alter Cholly had taken the important leap a How did things go last evening did she smile your proposal a ,�?� said Cholly faintly pushing away a breakfast Roll a Ysha smiled at it a Somerville journal. A. Manistee., Mason St. Clair. Iosco. Mul Larne. Hindu. Total. 17,21�#11, h9s21,85?8,0444.2 to. Mil. 254,77# a the reason Why the Dove peace still hovers Over Europe ethelred in because she can to find any place sufficiently Olear bayonets to give her a . Health to Michigan. Reports to Tahj a state Board health by fifty eight observers in different parts the state for the week ended 00 the 5th indicated that neuralgia influenza and Plevritis increased and whooping cough decreased in area prevalence diphtheria was reported at t Wenty three places Scarlet fever it thirty three typhoid fever at fourteen and measles at five place. Robbed his Cash. Luther Tallnan. A dealer in seeds and fertilizers at fax report n. Y., arrived Iti Detroit recently for the purpose buying seed. While return ing to i. Bowel front Tho theater he was held up by two men and robbed $4,500in Cash and$l,�0uin draft. Short but a item. A diphtheria epidemic is prevailing at no Nee. The win and four children Thomas Baker Jackson Ato spoiled Turkey Tho other Day. The next morning fill were found insensible from p4�ison. Tho heroic treat Inen �re3 a i Ted to would probably save them. A fire m tile a a Orris Iron mine in the go Gebic District a destroyed about 25.<m Worth property a few Days ago. Tuo origin the lire was unknown. Fred Hughes Holly was assailed by footpads in Bay City the other evening and robbed Twenty seven dollars. Joseph Pokey a Pioneer it Clait county was probably fatally Hurt and la team killed by a train near East Savvas the other Day. He attempted to Cross Alq track ahead the locomotive. Kit Lapointe a Farmer living near Deerfield attended at Catholic Church recently while he was suffering from what was supposed to be Ivy poisoning. It turned out to have been Small pox and great excitement prevailed Tho body James stack Ford was found in Tho River at port Huron recently. L. H. Ludlow aged seventy four years sex county treasurer Jackson sex recorder and sex member the legislature died the other Day. Governor Luce has appointed sex senator t. Vav. Ferry grand Haven and Henry b. Ledyard Detroit As commissioner i to represent Michigan at the cent Nubia. Celebration president Washington a inauguration in new York april 30. Thomas Flynn Jackson aged Abonal thirty six years died suddenly front Haemorrhage the lungs at a Saloon in Bay City the other night a company has been organized at Muskegon with a paid in capital 240,<�0r for the manufacture chemical fire extinguishers. Muma Bros saw Mill in Gladwin Wai burned recently. Loss $1,500 no insurance. Ogemaw county has a new $18,000 courthouse and jail the newest thing in Church entertainments in this state is Tho a scam Mign the forms a regular presidential election Are observe id except that each voter has to drop a Nickel in the Slot his ballot. The Wood working shop connected with the Sheffield car shops at three Rivers was burned the other morning. Most the expensive new machinery was destroyed. The workmen lost ail their tools. Loss $25,000. Thomas j. Mccarthy aged forty years killed himself with a revolver in Detroit the other Day. Cause Long illness. Hon. Charles h. Taylor grand rapids publisher the enquirer from 1847 to 1857, later part owner the Detroit free press and Secretary state from 1850 to 1853, died u few Days ago a you festive chill. I a John Schuen Lener a wealthy citizen Tansing was killed the other Day by a runaway horse. % a. Kidder Marquette in connection with a party Eastern men has chased the Palmer mine located six Miles from Negaunee. The mine is said to be a very promising one. The recent blizzard swept All Over Michigan doing considerable damage but bringing Welcome Snow to Leggour in Detroit the storm lowered the water in the River four feet the lowest Ever known. Mrs. Do Lory a Bay City recently complained her two sons age twelve and fifteen years for getting drunk and beating her dreadfully eur Yourm it a 1 their father

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