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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 26, 1889, South Haven, MichiganA by is a 11 y to Quot a jmj a a Job Jim South haye1t, 3vexoi3 ja.�3t. 20, 1389. Isto. 3s. Railroad s throughout the country a tre becoming alarmed Over the Prospect of a Short Supply of ice next summer. Ireland no longer sends the greatest number of emigrants to this country being behind Scotland and England. The influx from Italy also bids fair to overshadow that from from late dispatches fiftieth Congress. Tiie Duchess of Marlborough has sent to her attorneys in new y Ork for $150,000 with which to furnish her new House in London. She has her i Uko in England but her ducats Are in America. A Man in Connecticut has invented a a sea calming Cartridge which when filled with Oil and discharged will pacify the Sto Miest sea. It is Only a Yankee who would dare bid the mighty Ocean when to Roll for the space of one Hundred and eleven years from january 1 we Are to have the figure a i in our years and the occultists who put re Neh stress upon nuinl>er8. Predict that the condition of Mankind will be greatly improved Over All past times during this period. _ a i a Mechanic a a tilt a Bod that As soon As Laid upon begins t oct Ness. At the hour set for rising it changes its tactics and Thunder Forth one Clashin. March after another until relieved of the Sleeper s weight Bod that As soon As Laid Ipoh. Begins playing airs from aider and lulls the occupant to sleep with i of re wet tiie Ordi Ilary Brooklyn n. A Man appears to a stand a blow with considerable serenity. Twer reservoirs containing 970,000 cubic feet of blew up the other evening and slates that the night watchman sixty five years old a was in the midst of danger but simply had his hat blown tiie governor of North Carolina in his annual mess Ige denounces the a apparently growing disposition to resort to it is a sad commentary upon 1889 civilization when such criticism by the governor of a great mate is made necessary and sadder still when it is applicable to several states. The Mackerel of the new England coasts Are leaving those Waters. The fishery reports for the year 1888 show a Fulling off of about six million pounds in the catch of those two kinds of fish. So Long As the herring fisheries continue productive however the packing houses on the coast of Maine will be Able to Supply the Market with genuine French sardines As usual. The most disastrous accidents of 1887 were due to railway collisions. During 1888 the majority of whole Sale fatalities was caused by storms hoods and shipwrecks. Several Ocean steamers went Down with hundreds of passengers storms and floods in Mexico and China counted their victims by hundreds and like disasters of lesser magnitude were reported from every part of the Globe. There is a decided movement in West Virginia in favor of changing the name of that slate. Its promoters say that every state should have a distinct a am of its own so far removed from the name of any other state that no confusion of names can arise. West Virginia is so near like Virginia tha the people do not enjoy it. Curious enough they All agree that a a Kanawha a is the name for the mate. While the Buffalo the Elk and the Antelope those comparatively harmless Crent cos Are fast disappearing from the Hunting grounds there appears to be quite an abundance of Savage brutes left in the land. A complaint Cornos from the Yellowstone Park because of the Large number of fierce animals. Mountain Lions Aud Beans which Are thronging into it no one is allowed to discharge a gun within to hts i knots. The bears and Lions have found out about this and so they proceed to grow and fight with impunity. A Chicago paper in its advice to Young women says a a done to write except when it can t be avoided to men. Make All your notes acknowledging courtesies etc., shorthand to the Point a two would like to add a says a Minneapolis paper a Don t write at All if you can t let up on this pet angular hand of your and Cross your to a Dot your 4iv and make an t look like an �?~3/ Don t imagine that because your papa Hap pens to be a lawyer that your Chir Ogra Phy should resemble footprints on the Sands of time. It is neither necessary nor complimentary to your papa. The e career of a government clerk is fairly typified in Tho Case of James , the Veteran of the War department he began working for the United states in 1823 at $800 a year. In 1886 he was Given $1.000 a year in 1850, 11,260 a year from 1851 to 1853 he was paid $1,500, and the next year he was promoted to $1,601 in 1864 he was Given $1,800, and in 1885, on account of advancing age he was reduced to $1,600. There he is now at about eighty years of age. And there he will die unless perhaps he live Long a enough to suffer further reductions. There arc in Connecticut in proportion to its Hgt pulsation a singularly Large number of old people of whom a goodly number arc women. This would seem to indicate that its reputation a a land of steady habits is deserved. _ Rich finds of Gold in the Lonqua Lula mountains of Arizona Are reported one Man claiming that he and four partners took out $ 6,000 in seven Days. The �?odigginv1 sure sixty Miles from Sentinel Stanton on the Southern Pacific Railroad. Thomas a. Edison a capacity for work docs not seem to decrease Asho goes on in years he frequently remains at Liis desk until two or three o clock in the morning then catches a few hours of sleep in his office and is at his tasks again by eight. Second session. Friday Jau. 18�?la the Senate Tho sugar Bounty amendment to the Tariff Bill was passed by a vote of 27 to 33. The amendment provides for a Bounty of one Dent a Pound on sugar produced from beets sorghum and Cane grown in the United states. In the House the omnibus territorial Bill was passed As a substitute for try Senate measure by a party vote of yeas 133 nays 130. The Bill admits North ind South Dakota Washington an i i Tana territories. Thirty private pension j Bills were passed at the evening session. Sauk Dot Jan. L9.-in the j suasion of the Tariff Bill occupied Tho Lime. The credentials of a cantors elect Hoar and Higgins Del were re i Cei cd and filed. The nomination of Walter l. Bragg of Alabama to be letter i state Commerce commissioner was con firmed. In the House the fortification a i Propri Tion Bill was passed. The Ford j committee on immigration reported their j Bill among other things it prohibits the admission into the United states of any person who is an idiot insane q pauper a r liable to become a j Public charge or j who has been legally convicted of felony her infamous crime or misdemeanours or who is a polygamist anarchist or amp of Alist or who is afflicted with any Loath a erne disease or who has entered into cop tract to labor for unit on. A or Jan. 21.�?petitions were pre a end in the 8vnato for the removal of j the present special taxes on licenses on i wholesale dealers and rectifiers to allow women to vote f or delegates to the mate i t convention of Dakota and praying that tips be taken by tie United 81ates government for Tho Purchase from Spain of the Island of Cuba. The naval appropriation Bill was reported and the Tariff Bill was further discussed. In the House a joint Resolution was introduced requesting the president to open Neotia sons with Mexico for the cession of lower California to the United 8t itch. Bills were passed authorizing the five civil Zed i nations of in lians to lease mines for mining purpose Aud increasing the Maxi i mute amount of International Money driers from to $100. A or find Resolution was also introduce l prohibiting the Sale at the inaugural Ball of wine Beer ale or other intoxicating lieu drs. A it tvs Jan. 22.�?in the Senate the Tariff Bill was passed by a Voto of 32 j to no a strict party vote. The Date for the Bill to go into effect was fixed at july 1, ism la the House the time was occupied in considering the Kiver and Harbor Bill a Bill was reported Fiat dispenses with the present requirement of a declaration of intention to become a citizen and makes a residence of five years necessary before in alien can apply Lor naturalization. From Washington. Colitt rides internal Reg pure in the United mates for the first six month of the Al Cal year ended Jane 3iv.�. Verc $63,312.565, an increase of a ,957 Over the corresponding period of the previous year. Or King the seven Days ended on the 13ih there were 358 bus Ness failures in the United Matos against j337 the previous seven Days. The total failures in the i nit cd states from january 1 to Date was Ibl against 913 in Law information was received by the department of 8t.1te Oft the 18th that the japanese government had abolished the Export duty on drugs Woven goods Timber cereals spirit beasts fuel. Etc. A Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the Exchange during the week Enid Etc on the 19th aggregated a. 124.139,531against 4190,522. A s the previous week. As compared with the Cor responding week of Issi the increase amounted to 22 1 a Call was issued on the 21st by George 0 a incs chairman of Tho Greenback party for a conference of Tho organization to meet in Washington on Tho 6th of m Rich next. It was said on the 22d that Tho Cotton clip of this year would be Tho largest ver known approximating seven and do half million Bales % the East. Charles , Book keeper for Bussey amp it Leod stove founders at Troy n. Y., Tor Twenty years disappeared on the 18th, taking with him 410,000 or More of the firms Money. The Edgar makers in forty factories in new York City Over our thousand in number struck on the Ike against a reduction in wages. At Shaia Okia. Pa., the Corbin and exc Sibr collieries employing fifteen Hundred persons suspended operations indefinitely on the Imp owing to the dullness of the i Al Trade caused by unseasonable the British bark Sibel with a Crow of Twenty men. Which left new York june 15 for Bangor with a cargo of Oil was on the 18th Given up for lost. On the 19th a shortage of $70,000 was discovered in the accounts of the late Henry p. Marshall who was for Twenty years cashier of the Seaman a Bank for savings in new York. Charles l Brooks a noted Boston lawyer shot himself through the head on the 21st. 111 health and Money losses were said to have been the cause. Flames on the 2lst in the drug store of r. W. Hickman at Philadelphia consumed $2,000in Cash. The Barge Josephine was wrecked on the 2lst off Hull mass., and three of the Crft were i owned. Of the Hii w. Ducts amen Quot aged sixth five years a retired banker shot and killed Hin self in his Home at Hoboken n. J., while insane and at Newton mass., Rev. Thomas Marcy. Aged seventy two years committed suicide in the same manner. Patrick Bradley of Philadelphia charge i with enticing Young girls from their Homes on Tho pret Euse of engaging them As domestics was sentenced on Ttye 22d to Twenty nine years imprisonment it hard labor. After serving fifty years in the Penitentiary at Auburn n. Y., for the murder of his father William Pearce was released on the 22d. He was Hopely by insane. In the new Jersey legislature on the 23d j. R Mcpherson dem was re elected United states sen toe. The Pennsylvania legislature on the 23d passed a joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution prohibiting the manufacture or Sale of intoxicating liquors by a vote of 132 to 55. On the 33d beb thai Chasanowitz a Gen a line russian nihilist arrived at Castle Garden new y Ork. He was opposed to the czars government and feared banishment to Siberia West and South. While three Boya were Hunting on the 20th near Eckert ind., they dug into an old log after a Rabbit and discovered a pot of Gold coins. The treasure counted but $4,000. \ a train was derailed on Tho 19th near Elwood mich., and j. H. Macdonald of Escanaba Lic tenant governor of the state Horace Tuttle president of the Commonwealth Iron company of Cleveland o., and William 8. Cochrane of Escanaba president of the Cochrane mining company were killed and Many other persons were injured. Citizens of Tiptonville tenn., hanged three men on the 19th who were guilty of murder. Miss Flora Rohr s pretty girl of sixteen years at Fayette mo., killed mrs. Johnson the Mother of her Youthful sweetheart who had steadily opposed the match and then committed suicide. Near Brookfield me., mrs. Mal Inda Hall a widow and her four Small children were murdered on the 19th by the woman a Cousin Joseph Howe a school teacher. He fired the residence and cremated his victims. In Indianapolis on the 19th the Federal grand jury indicted some sixty persons for election frauds a riot occurred in the 19th at to Tif ga., Between Whites and negroes in which two of the latter were killed. A fight occurred at an attempted Lynching on the 19th in Young county tex., Between Lynne is and the sheriff s posse in which six of Tho former were killed and Many Wounde a. Of the 31st Parker bros., of Cincinnati building contractors who had been boycotted the bricklayers a Enlon of that City were awarded $3,703 damages against the Union by a jury. It theft advices of the 21st say that Only four men were kilted by the falling of a Bridge recently at Spottsville by. After stealing $20,030 George a. Pearce Secretary of the planters insurance company at Mobile ala., fled on the 21st, the dead lock in the West Virginia Senate was broken on the 21st by the election of k. S. Carr Union labor senator from Charleston i s president of the Senate on the on Lindred and Twenty sixth ballot. At a caucus of the republicans general Goff was nominated for United states senator. On the fist governor Foraker of Ohio commuted the sentence of the condemned murderess mrs. Garrett to imprisonment 1 for life. I flames a swept away the grand opera House at 8t. Paul mina., of the 21st. A 200,<i>3. I of. Wallace a Mansfield of dentist while pulling a patients tooth on the 21st dropped in an apoplectic fit and died an Houf later. He was sixty five years old. Fred Hopkins and a Man earned Jenkins coloured labor agents in North Louisiana were lynched on the 22d by unknown persons. At Riley kan., Sarnol Hatton hot and killed mrs. h. Be tie and her Little daughter on the �2d by Caus a the woman rejected his attentions. Three boys Samuel Spyker Willie Crider and John Fazier aged eight five and six years respectively were arrested i on Tho 23d for systematically robbing the shoe store of Hoover bros., at Lima They turned Over a Large Quantity of stolen goods. I t he Louisville by school Board on the 2 2j by a vote of 15 to 9 decided to discontinue the teaching of German in the Public schools in that City after the close of the present year. states Saxa tors were reelected on the 33d As follows Illinois Shelby m. Cullom rep Kansas Preston b. Plum rep Oregon Joseph n. D it Mph rep Texas Richard Coke ppm North Carolina Matt w. Ransom Idem. Foreign intelligence. M. Get Lesseps was elected president of a he Panama canal company on the Lith in Paris a fihe burned a Cotton warehouse on the Liverpool clocks on the Lith entailing a loss of $250,000. Of the put the Over one Hundred miners were buried by an explosion of fire Damp in the Hyde Colliery near Manchester eng., and the number of killed was placed at thirty. Seven Bodie had been taken from the mines. Tnomas a. Stevens with the intention of penetrating Africa in search of Henry m. Stanley left London for Zanzibar on the Lith. Joseph Noel and Pennio conture were blown to atoms on the 18th at Sherbrook que., while trying to thaw out a stick of dynamite. On Tho 19th the White Star Steamer teutonic avas launched at Belfast Ireland. She is the largest vessel afloat measuring 5b2 feet. 8amoa advices of the 19th say that the marines of the German Man of War stationed there had burned three houses owned by americans taken the occupants prisoners and torn Down the american Flag. Ekmat indians and a White Man wore drowned on the 19th by the foundering of a boat near Queen Charlotte Island British Columbia. The death of Robert Seymour United states vice Consul at Queenstown occurred on the 19th of pleurisy. A earthquake destroyed three Hundred houses in Tho Sara Bat Valley Asia minor on the 21st a messenger Arrivo 1 at Squakim on the id and reaffirmed Tho Story that Stanley Ami Emin Bey were prisoners. He declared that be saw some of their baggage and other personal effects at Khartoum. Advices of Tho 22d from West Africa say that eleven native policemen headed by a British officer in a conflict with a party of War boys at Sulyman killed one Hundred Aud thirteen of the enemy. At Athens m a Gara and Archiva in Greece an earthquake accompanied by a violent Gale occurred on the 22i. Later. Mils. Lor White of Bryants Crock Lnda a a married woman was dragged from her bed Early on the morning of Tho 23d 8 White Caps and brutally whipped. Seme Idle g ship about her character before Noti Fage wan Given a the cause. Lavalette Frederick a St Louis trav. Oling Man murdered h s wife and then killed himself on the 231 at Quincy ill jealousy was the cause. Wolves were on the 23d said to be kill in Ginny cattle in Montana. By an explosion on Tho 23d at Nanticoke pa., p. S. Tharsus an Engineer was blown to pieces Chet Owen another Engineer was instantly killed and John Williams was fatally burned. Tiie Nashville Tenn Iron steel amp charcoal company made an assignment on the 23d. Its assets figured at $450.000, and its liabilities Wero placed at $170,000. Miss Sarah Bra deck. Of Colden n. Y., hanged herself on the 23d because she received a note of warning Sot to marry n Young Man to whom she was engaged. A fire on the 23d at Mckinney tex., destroyed an entire Block of business houses and shops. It was announced on the 23d that the Pullman Palace car company had gained control of All the Palace car lines in the country except the Wagner. Cabanel the famous French Painter died in Paris on the 23d at the age of seventy years. In the House at Washington on the 23d congressman James n. Burnes of Missouri was stricken with paralysis and was removed to his hotel where he died in a few hours. W. Wash Fri was elected United states senator on the 23d by the republicans in the Minnesota legislature. At Battle Creek mich., of the 23d the j. Burns , railway contractors. Assigned to 8. S. Hulbert the liabilities were estimated at 1200000. The Southern Miller a association was organized on the 23d at Nashville for the purpose of regulating sales and manner of payments. The legislature of Tennessee on the 33d elected Sham g. Harris dem United states senator for the third consecutive term. Or. Charles Bliss a Well known new York physician fell Down the Steps of his residence on the 23d and was killed. The concurrent Resolution for the counting of the electoral vote on february 13 was passed by the United states Senate on the 23d. Bills were reported to provide for taking the eleventh and subsequent censuses and to protect the interests of the United states in the samoan islands. The b la to declare unlawful trusts and combinations la restraint of Trade and production was Oona dered in the House the time was occupied in considering the sundry civil appropriation Bill a favourable report was received from the committee on agriculture on the Bill to promote the interests of agr culture by irrigation. High handed insult. It is offered to the stars and stripes by German in Samoa a the Flag torn Down and the residences and property by american Titi eur destroyed comment at Washington. Sax Francisco Jan. 21.�?the steamship Alameda has arrived from Australia and brings advices from Samoa which confirm Tho report of Tho Battle which ensued when the germans attempted to land and in which they were forced to return to their boats after a loss of Kille 1 and thirty two wounded. Mataafa a loss Wero ten killed and wounded. This was in december 18. Both tiie american and British Pusuls were asked by Mataafa for advice hut declined to interfere. On the morning of the 19th commander Mullan of the United states Steamer nip sic followed the German ship Alder which it was Given out was in route the Salua Fata. Mullan boarded the Alder and protested against the action of the germans who had declared they Woi ild Shell Mataafa a stronghold which would put the lives and property of americans in the greatest danger. Krappes the German Consul replied Dis courteously to Mullan saying he would hold no communication with an american naval Captain and would be responsible for his action to his government. On the next Day the Alder bombarded Laily which had been evacuated the night previous. Thirty four shells were fired by the Alder and than four boat loads of sailors were landed who burned the villages including two Small roman Catholic churches on december 20, two Days after Mataafa had whipped them the germans attacked Tho Village of Matapa Patcle carrying destruction right and left in the Village were three houses owned by an american named Hamilton who had an american Flag living from each House. The germans laughed at these hags and fired at them riddling them with bullets and then set fire to the houses. The remains of the flags Wei a recovered, of a ill be sent to Washington As evidence of the German outrages. One Day later the germans sent further orders to Mataafa to surrender and he told them they had attacked him and he would fight to the death. Then the germans had a wild Debauch in town. About 200 sailors and marines got drunk and charged through the town doing ail sorts of Wanton damage. They destroyed houses in Apia owned americans and stabbed Nti american named Sny Defi there was an american negro named Brooks who had a boat they chased him and though to displayed an american Flag in his boat and said to was an american they said a fall niggers Are rebels a and arrested him. He was released afterwards. The Germah Consul afterwards wrote to Consul by Keklock that he had been informed that americans had led the Mataafa forces on the night of the 18th and fired the first shot. Consul by Keklock replied that he had investigated the Rumor and found it to be untrue. In the 21st Charles Brown an american citizen who was on Shore was requested Quot the English officers to a a Tho Geh mins to cease shooting. The germans seized Brown carried him on Board the War ship Eber and after handling Hiis roughly released him. Tho germans have made further assaults upon the villages since the bombardment of Mata Fagatele. Tama Seseu a men Are still at Lauta Unoo Mataafa a forces having been compelled to retire owing to their conflict with Tho germans on december 18, it is said that about 1.000 of tamases s forces have joined Mataafa since the bombardment United states Consul by Keklock ha3 telegraphed All the facts respecting Tho situation Here informing Secretary Bayard that the american Flag had been shot at and torn Down by the germans that american citizens have been taken prisoners by Tho germans and adds that the lives and property of american citizens arc in great danger it was an american correspondent who took the message from Mataafa to Tho american Consul asking him for advice. Tamases will not be Able to hold out against Mataafa if the germans Are not reinforced. The latter has Given notice that in the event of Moro native property being destroyed to will destroy every article of German property in Samoa and even destroy the cattle and Coconut Trees on the plantations. He is in a position to destroy property Worth $1.500,000, and will do so if at All pressed. The Threa consuls met to discuss the situation but the consultation came to an abrupt end As the Only conditions upon which the German Consul would Pousont to a settlement of the was that of the surrender of Mataafa on Board of the German War ships and the disarming of his followers. It Wras promised that Mataafa a life would be spared but no Guran tee would be Given that he would be liberated. The examiner prints a Long letter from its correspondent at Apia describing the conflict Between Mataafa and the germans and in detail the tiring on american houses and the american Flag and the assaults on american residents. It says editorially that the Indig nit is heaped tron american citizens and the american Flag which were singled out by the germans for targets demand exemplary reparation. It was on account of these things that the German officers spread reports of american interference deeming it advisable to put in a counter complaint Mataafa the rightful King was in an entrenchment about two Miles frown Apia. He has 5,000 soldiers Well armed and equipped and has the sympathy of the american and English residents. Tamases is in Possession of a fort about seven Miles Distant Aud his Force is estimated at 3,000. At 4 of clock sunday afternoon the United states Man of War Vandalia left Mare Island Navy Yard bound for the Samoa islands the present seat of warlike disturbances. Washington Jan. 21.�?the latest development in the samoan situation has caused considerable excitement in Washington. Men of Bettyb optical parties agree that the situation is very serious. In an interview Secretary Bayard said a a there is nothing new in to Days dispatches. The Oftle Al dispatch concerning the fighting has already been sent to the Senate. Yesterday s Story is a sensational version and is not very Clear. The correspondence shows that the situation is very serious. The Republican members of the Senate committee on foreign relations say that As the Senate is consider ering the samoan situation in secret session it would be indiscreet for them to discuss it was Learned at the Navy department that the nip sic is the Only vessel in samoan Waters. The Adams is on the Way to san Francisco and the Vandalia has just left the latter port the Trenton with Admiral Kimberly on Board and the Dolphin Are in it route Lor Samoa. The Monongahela has been ordered to Samoa As a store ship. The German float at Samoa consists of the Adler Olga and Eber. A Large number of German ironclads however Are within easy reach of the islands. Baltimore md., Jan. 25.�?the suns Washington special says a Secretary Bayard stated sunday that the state department had gone to the extreme limit of its discretion in trying to arrange the trouble Over the samoan islands in a dignified and honorable manner. The Senate had been furnished with ail the Corra Spon Deece on the subject and it now remained for that body to define the policy of the government in dealing with the subject further. Secretary Whitney was also interviewed. He said he thought the time had arrived for to establish and maintain a definite line of policy with regard to the is lauds of the Pacific Ocean. He or Pun ended Cleta n Mullan a conduct at , the impression prevails in Cabinet circles that Germany Haft exceeded the Bounds of fraternity and a member of the Cabinet remarked a an Issue should be made with her at lives crushed out. Lieutenant governor Macdonald of Midi Igan and two others killed in a Lui it Way wreck. Escanaba mich., Jan. 21.�?the rear coach of a train on the Watersmeet division of the Northwestern Road was derailed at 1 30 saturday afternoon at Elmwood. James h. Macdonald of Escanaba lieutenant governor of this state Horace b. Tuttle the great Iron manufacturer of Cleveland and William f. Cochrane treasurer of the Cochrane Mill ing company of this City were instantly killed. E. P. Foster superintendent of the Marquette Dre cot ii Pany and a resident of Iron Mountain mich., received very dangerous injuries. Conductor Henry Armstrong is Cut about the head and has dangerous internal injuries. Miss Mcclure daughter of the baggage master of the train was badly Hurt three others Are seriously injured and a number of the other passengers received slight injuries. Conductor Armstrong was put on an eat bound train and will remain in Iron Wood for treatment messes. Macdonald and Cochrane left Here to look after some business enterprises in which both were interested and were noticed by one of the train hands just before the Accident occurred to be in Earnest conversation. The train was proceeding at a High rate of Speed when suddenly a Drash was Hoard by those in the rear coach. It is believed the aeneid est was caused by a defective truck or ear wheel but As Tho coach is now a Complete wreck the exact reason for Tho disaster May pos Sibly never be Learned. The coach was instantly thrown from the track but dragged along a distance of about 5u0 feet until it struck a stump. This collision shattered the of coat a a amp he the death of the three gentlemen named wa4 the immediate result. The body of or. Cochrane was frightfully mangled. Lying close beside him was the dead body of or. Tuttle the great Iron King of Cleveland. Or. Tuttle was also horribly crushed. His Skull was broken and lie Lay Between heavy timbers Aud one set of trucks. Conductor Henry Armstrong was take from the wreck in a critical condition. To was removed to Iron River in a special train for treatment. The body of lieutenant governor Macdonald was the last to to recovered. He was pinioned beneath a seat and Ivas shockingly mangled. His death must have been instantaneous. News of the disaster reached Here about 3 of clock and caused the most intense excitement and sorrow or. Macdonald and or. Cochrane having been Well known and universally respected in the City. A special train was it once got in readiness and h. E. Macdonald the Loutenant governors son g. M. West w. B. Lesley and others left for the scene of the wreck. On their arrival the bodies were removed from the place where they had been temporarily placed and conveyed Oil Board Tho special train which at once started for this place. Here the remains of or. Macdonald and or. Cochrane were taken to their respective Homes the streets along both routes being lined with mourning friends and acquaintance. A a. C. Davidson of Commonwealth who was on the wrecked car says the first intimation he had that any thing was wrong was a jolting sensation. The car then swayed two or three times and then turned on its Side. He remembered nothing More until he found himself lying in the Snow badly bruised about 200 feet Back from where the train stopped. Or. Macdonald a injuries included the tearing of one Arm from the socket the whole Side of Tho car was torn out when it collided with Tho stump and survivors of the frightful affair say it is nothing Short of a Miracle that any one in the car escaped alive. Lansing mich., Jan. 21.-�?the news of the death of Lieuten int governor Mao Donald and sex superintendent of Public instruction w. F. Cochrane caused a deep feeling of gloom in this City. The flags on the Capitol will be displayed at half Mast until after the funeral and the lieutenant governors chair in the Senate chamber will be appropriately draped. The message informing governor Luce of the fatal Accident to lieutenant governor Macdonald contained no particular. To immediately wired mrs. Mad Olaid extending his sincere sympathy. James h. Macdonald lieutenant governor of this state was born m Scotland in j8s4 and has been a resident of this state for Twenty five years. His Home was in Escanaba. To was formerly Road Aster on the Chicago amp Northwestern but three years ago be ret red having realized handsomely on mining investments. He was twice elected lieutenant governor and was serving his Sec end term when killed. He will be succeeded in office by the president pro tem. Of the Senate now in session in Lansing. He leaves a widow a son aged 25 and a daughter aged 20. His estate is valued at from 4500,000 to 4751,09a a a a a embezzler arral Gued. New y Ork Jan. 21.�?William l. Wythe formerly managing clerk of the brokerage firm of w. S. L i son amp co., 49 Exchange place was arraigned at the tombs police court charged with stealing 45,000 of Bonds of the Evansville amp Terre haute Railroad from Tho firm last september. Wythe refused to make a statement and was admitted to bail in the sum of $10,000. Members of the firm state that Wythe also embezzled about Fyk ,00j m Cash and this is Tho whole extent of the Deal cation. An Oil flood. Chicago Jan. 21.�?one of the immense tanks of the Standard Oil company at South Chicago holding about 1,500,000 Gallons of Petroleum burst yesterday with a loud noise and As a consequence Twenty acres Are submerged. The company has the area picketed with men prepared to use Tho utmost precaution against fire. The loss will be from $6,000 to $8,000. An awful crime. Kansas City mo., j an. 21.�?a Laclede to special says mrs. Malinda Hall a widow and four Small children were murdered saturday night by the woman a Cousin Joseph Howe a school teacher. He tired the residence and cremated his victims the murderer was tracked in the Snow to Brookfield and arrested and will probably be lynched. Heavy failure in the brewing Trade. Boston Jon. 21.�?tbe Bellows Falls brewing company has failed. Liabilities 494,000 nominal assets 4300,000. The creditors have agreed to accept forty cents on the Dollar. Alvah Walker amp co., Oil dealers have failed with liabilities of $36,000. The creditors have agreed to accept forty cents on the Dollar. A a Church damaged by fire. A Philadelphia Jan. 2l�?the memorial presbyterian Church at eighteenth Street and Montgomery Avenue this City took fire from a defective flue Bun Lay afternoon and was damaged to the extent of $28,000. Five Hundred sunday school children were gotten out in safety. Three men filed in collision. Knoxville tenn., Jan. 21. A a passenger train on the East Tennessee Road ran into a freight train at riders station saturday evening. Engineer Zack Burson and fireman will Hiser of this City and Rufus Patty of Jofin Soa City were killed and several others were slightly wounded the largest vessel afloat. Belfast Jan. 2l a the White Star Steamer teutonic has been launched Here. She is the Large it vessel afloat measuring 582 feet her companion Majestic will a launched in the Spring. Each vessel will carry 909 a a Loon passengers. The samoan troubles. History of the or origin and Progress Secretary Llu fut make Ponte Kip Aua Tiona be girding the Mattei. Washington Jan. 23.�? Secretary Bay j Ards attention was called to the press dispatch saying that a Germany has come to it Dofi fluid understanding with the United state with regard to Samoa a and in response to said a of course i expect Germany to live 6p to her Hono Ranlo engagements with the United state. I Hay no r get to Tomk otherwise. But you that these Are matters i do Dot eare to discuss a the Whf etl it skid in regard to Tho policy of this government to referred Tho quest Lionor to thar Ellent s message to Uon Gross of january 15, and quoted from his Lettier to the a Gorman minister dated january 12, recently published As expressive of his own views upon the subject. The Edre tary also alluded to the agreement set Ferod into Between great Britain and Germany in april 1�6, defining the boundaries of Eug Lidh and German dominions in Tho West Pacific Ocean in which it is specifically Decla a cd that the samoan islands Are Neutral territory. The United states to explained has no joint treaty Vith either England of Germany in regard t0 the neutrality of Samoa. Therefore if Germany has interfered with Tho neutrality of that Conj try she has not broken a treaty with the United states but has broken one with great Britain. History of the have existed amour the samoans since lbt a. In that year the German Zommer Cial and Pla Niatia society at Apia or rather its predecessor the firm of Godfroy of Hamburg stood Oft the Side of Malietoa a chief belonging to on of the most distinguished families of ramen throughout the succeeding Twenty years the foreigners who settled in say Ida americans englishmen and germans a sought by taking s Des with or against map Eta to strengthen respect for their Rev Pec Ive nations Andt thereby increase their com me be. In �78 the United states which had previously obtained a Concession of a my a a no reent Harbor m the Samoa islands and established a Coaling station there made a treaty with Soudou th0 local government in 1bt9 being in a state of of Erst Ron fission sir Arthur Gordon a Queen Victoria s in the Western Pacific established King Malietoa fir tyly on the throne and issued proclamation the s proclamation was followed by a treaty no Malietoa dated August 18, 1879. In the same a ctr German v also made a treaty with Mal Etea. The Tufts tie a altered into Between the United states great Bri faint go Frany and Skufca were treaties of Friendship and free it City agreed to for the purpose of promoting the Trade which american Fughs German merchants had gone to the Remote Imaino amp to Inland to establish. It was understood and agreed up8r, Abong Tho treaty Power that the Independence and neutrality of that be islands should be forever preserved while America and England have remained consistent to the treaty obligations and have recognized Malietoa As the legitimate Rohli r. The of the germans has been a wavering Omi. At one time they would recognize Malietoa As King at another they would take s Des with the opposing King. In 181 Kurg Malietoa was coerced into an agreement with the German government and sent a protest about it to the German emperor. Following the protest there was sent a petition to the engl a Queen. A inc by nearly All the samoan to ifs of a Tav he annexation to great Britain of the ground Afa Iong oth Quot re that they Wero afraid of being forcibly annexed i t the Ger mans. In 18s and again in 1886 further at trip pts were made by Germany to seize the Over Ignaty the samoan islands but each Anje the attempt was successfully resisted by the and american representatives. In Ibe Adi Pho 188 named Brande a appeared m Apia. The pub8ft Gpe Ert to understand that he was in the ser tical of the Ger Tyun commercial and Plantation society a Pong the employees of this firm however it was known that he had been selected to be the minister of Malietoa a rival tamases. Brand is it once began to study local con it oils and worked at times at the German consulate made hit Elf familial with the business and social relations of apis a and then went to the Home of tamases in the immediate Vicinity of the great Cotton and a Cocoa Plantation of the German commercial and Plantation society. Tny re a Hootse was balls and furnished by this society fort Brand is and there he stayed without it being Publ cry known As the adviser of tamases and perfecting himself in the samoan Lanty might Yum times and his adherents were then amply stippled with a Tiiu and run uni tons. At beginning of 1887. Within a Brief period hundreds of muskets were sent through the German Commerce Al and Plantation soap Ety and Giro High Brand is to tamases 9 party. A left to later a German Fleet of four or five Stipa was at an abbr in the Harbor of Apia. Four Days later the German Consul wrote to Malie a to complaining that German settlers had been 1 attacked by flee natives on March 22 of that i year Ana that from time to time during the far fears the German plantations and been Dak aged to the amount of of dollars a year. A heavy demand for compensation was made for the damage to the plantations without a single item of particulars being i Given to the samoan Keg. The monstrous i demand was mad that the sum Cla med for compensation should be the next Day a demand which in such a country it was practically impossible to meet the King wrote promising an answer in Throe Days and Tho reply Given by Tho German commander was the Landing on thes next Day of seven Hundred troops from Bis so Micron and the issuing of a proclamation m two name of the government of Germany declaring tamases k no of Sinnova. At the same Timo Malietoa was Deporte 1, first to Hamburg then to Bremer Haven was lodged Aud boarded under police supervision it Ivor a suburb of Bremerhaven and then a taken to Australia on Board the steamship Tockar by a German naval officer. The native opposition to tamases or to the Brandeis tamases government As it is called reached its Climax on september 0, 1h8h, on who Chi Date they crowned Mataafa a legit Nate much lessor to Malietoa King of Samoa wit the title of Malie Toa Tooa Mataafa. Notices of the event were at once j sent to the american English and German co suis the French priest and to tamases. Mataafa is still at the head of the government. And is doing All m Liis Power to keep it out of the hand of tamases and his German Alujes. The position of the United states today is contained in the following instructions which Secretary Whitney telegraphed to Admiral Kimberly at Panama on january 11 a you wid proceed at once to Somoa and sex tet i Jull Protection to american interests citizens set and property. You will consult with the american Vce-con3ul, examine his archives and otherwise inform yourself As to the situation Aad All recent occurrences. You will protest against he subjugation of the native samoan government by Germany As in violation of positive agreement and understanding Between the treaty Powers but inform the representatives of the and German governments of Ybarr readiness to co operate in 1 causing All treaty rights to be respected and in restoring peace and order on the basis of a j recognition of samoan rights to Independence a Endeavor to prevent extreme measures against the samoansl1�?T the Oprah Trade of Samoa seems to be the cause of All the present trouble. Oprah the dred Kernel of the Coconut is the Staple commodity of tie samoan Island ast is of All the islands it of the Western Pacific. In 1885 the exports of this article for German account were estimated at Tho value of 1222,742. The Competition of four american houses has greatly Irr to ated the German traders their profits being thereby much decreased. His too out won t balance. Mobile ala., Jaa 23�?George a. Pearce Secretary of the planters amp merchants insurance company left Here Friday night ostensibly for Birmingham and dropped a note to the president postmarked Nashville saying that the company a Book were not All right. Examination scrws that Pearce is $20,000 or More Short 4. A a 0 a a the largest Cotton crop Ever known. Charleston 8. Cjan 23�?the news and courier says editorially that few no dispute that the Cotton crop of 1s88 9 will be the largest Ever known and will Proba Bly reach 7,500,000 Balea Over a Hundred killed. Berlin Jan. 23.�? advices from West Africa say that eleven native policemen headed by a British officer in a conflict with a paty of War boys at 8ulymat killed 131 of the enemy with a. Maxim gun and Hurt the rest of the party Fiji ii dismay. A pm Eye 6yl Tyrnn Lear 14 a captive. Sita Kim Jan. 23 a the government Weasen Ger who a fought the news about so amp tin Bey declares positively that Emins and Stanley a baggage and standards were at on Neman and that to heard that both bin and Stanley were prisoners up the Nile. Michigan legislature. Senate senator Dunston a Bill providing imprisonment for life for the malicious firing a a mines was passed on the 15th. Its pc Falt is imprisonment for 1 be. Kalkaska county Citi Ietti set a petition to pro habit transients from to tits pm Fedre when their Only claim to residence is that they Are working in a lumber Camp claim that 4fce lumbermen elect town officers run things at Ihetu Sweet wills and theh go away in the Spring leaving the towns a without any officers. Atm Kcf petition was from the regents of the University who ask an appropriation of 4121.-189 for 1889 Ald 4v7/70o for 1890. A ballot for us Ted states senator resulted As follows James Mcmillan 23 votes Melbourne h. Ford 7, three senators being absent. B0l8e�?btbs were introduced the Legal Yate of interest at six per cent., and to avoid a so by provide a that the entire interest Only shall be forfeited if More than the Legal rate is charged and to allow taxpayers to deduct from the interest the would have to on a mortgage the tax they on land in proportion of the amount of the mortgage of the whole value of the land. A ballot for United states senator resulted As follows Jar nos Mcmillan �3 vote Melbourne h. Ford 27, five members being absent. Sen at a on the ,16th Bills introduced to consolidate the penal institution boards of the state to provide for the parole and indeterminate sentence system in management of i firms to prohibit township officers from holding Osiier offices to release to the United states title to certain lands in the upper pen insula and to provide comps nation to certain parties suffering loss by the passage of the Ole Margarine act of 18s7 making special administrators who failed to turn Over the property in their charge within thirty Days aft t it is legally demanded guilty of embezzlement providing for the order in which heirs of the estates of women who die incest Ite shall inherit. The order Isi husband and children father and Mother Brothers and a Esters or if there Are none then the nearest of Kin and if there Ere no Kin the property goes to Tho primary school fund. Hours Ftp a Bill for admitting insane veterans to Tho state asylums from the soldiers Home was reported favourably. The rules were suspended and re Nator Dunstan a Bill for Pun Ishing persons fire in m nes Aud mining property was passed and give i immediate effect. Notice was Given of a Bill to prevent boards of registration and election from meeting in saloons also a Bill forbidding county officers from holding any other office. In joint Contention Tofu houses ratified the election of James Mcmillan for United states senator for the term of six years from march4< a concurrent Resolution passed both branches providing for an adjournment from january i to february 11 to enable the committees to to take a tour of the state institutions. Of Narfi in the 17th senator Holbrook introduced by St Inge it anti Trust Bill and senator Gorman a Bdl to protect the lives of railway passengers allowing the use of ear stove under certain Bills were i introduced to protect Shade Trees along the Highway to create a state Boito a of arbitration and mediation in cases of lab of troubles to prohibit the Sale of 1 Quorn within five Miles of the Ann Arbor in verse to. A joint Resolution submitting in april next a constitutional amendment raising the salary of governor to $1,000 was past of under a suspension of the rules by a vote of 83 to 9. Srna Era Bill was passed on the 18th to attach two incr Gln Zed townships to Ontonagon township in onto Zagort county. Notice was received f of the governor of his approval of he Bill to punish wilful and malicious injury to mines and mining properly. The nominations by the governor were confirmed Henry b. Raymond commissioner of insurance James a. Mcmick and Jacob s. Farrand Detroit trustees of Eastern Michigan Asylum Edwin c. Watkins Warden Stato House of correction and reformatory at Ionia Moran s. Crosby of grand rapids and Jerome Croul of Detroit members of Ionia reformatory Board of managers for six years. The president pro Lem. Announced the following changes in committees senator Giddings chairman of Tho committee in of state Public schools Milnes chairman of the committee on schools for the Blind Babcock chairman of the committee on Reform schools. House the following Bills were passed amending the mechanics ten Law revising the dirt ref of Durr Oak and establishing a Bridge Cutri Mission in Hay county. Senate not in Seir ism on the 19th House to speaker pro Tefft. Williams presented a joint Resolution to fix the off Dafies of the a a a a Obert of the legislature at �5u0 for Tbs regular session a i 1109 for special sessions. The s does not interfere Dith mileage or any other legislative Peru site. The Roe Suie Necess tates amending the Constitution find provides that the question shall to submitted to a vote of the people next november. Senate a president pro tem. Ball on the 21st made a formal announcement of the tragic death or lieutenant governor Macdonald in appropriate term9. On motion of Flena of Taylor mess. Taylor Palmer and ism r were Appo need a committee to Dratt resolutions and a committee was mimed to attend the funeral at Escanaba wednesday adjourned to the 2ith. Hour fkr speaker die Kami made a s Milar announcement to that of president Ball of the Senate. Of motion of or Pealer a joint Reso Letioa was passed under St Spens of of the rules for a committee of three to Drift suitable resolutions and arrange for a joint memorial service on january 31, at 2 p. In. A committee was also named to attend the funeral adjourned to the 2lth. Death of an exp Diplomat. Isaac Bell sex United states my Nisei to the Netherlands crosses the dark River. New York Jan. 22 a Issac Bell jr., of United states minister to the Netherlands died sunday of Dornink at 9 23 of clock. Isaac Bell jr., was born in Newport r. A about the year 1840, lived in new York most of his life occupying a summer residence at Newport. His father was a Large shipping merchant in new York City and died some years ago. The deceased married a sister of James Gordon Bennett or. Or. Bell was the democratic candidate for United states senator in 1885, at the election in which Jonathan Chace was the successful candidate to succeed Henry b. Anthony. Up to 1877 he followed the business of Cotton broker. His family were social leaders at Newport. He resigned As minister to the Netherlands in May 1888, after three years service bullets were Trumps. A Crawfordsville ind contractor killed in a quarrel Over a game of cards. Bedford ind., Jan. 19.�?tuesday afternoon Harry Williams of the firm of Williams amp Lynch Railroad contractors of Crawfordsville ind., came to this Placo. He intended to leave Tho next morning for Louisville. About 11 of clock he went to the National hotel where to was stopping and engaged in a game of cards. About 1 of clock he got into a dispute with a Man named Radcliff. Some hot words wore exchanged. The latter shot Williams twice in the right breast killing him Al most instantly. He then went to the jail and gave himself up. Williams leaves a widow and one child. Do he got it she was after a passport. A How old Are you Madam a a a woman is Only As old As she looks you a put the lady Down As fifty a you horrid thing in a not fifty Only a a i say Jones that was a shabby trick you played me about those a a what a the matter do no to they reach you ail K. A a gnaw they came c. O. D., drat journal. A a Small City girl visiting with her Mother at a Friend s House in the country and seeing some Guinea hens exclaimed a Mamma look at those chickens wit4r Calico dresses on a a a Chicago Clergyman married three couples on the a sets the other Day. He has refused to allow himself to be patented As a car Coupler free press. A the poet who says he wove fancies a Light As zephyrs play probably used an air loom a bin Ham ton state news. An old woman a Folly. Widow Catharine Mable a marriage Toa Young minister the divorce. About three years ago a social Surprise was occasioned in Detroit by the marriage of mrs. Catharino mabley Tho wealthy widow of c k. Mabley and Mother of seventeen children to Rev. Illiam j. Spiers a Young episcopal minister there. At the time an attempt was made to show that Spiers married for Money but it failed and they were reported to be very Happy. A report came from new y Ork the other Day that mrs. Mabley had secured a divorce from up Lex who was living in Chicago while mrs. Spiers continued to reside in new y Ork. Her living children continue to reside in Detroit. The master masons. The grand it Uncil of Royal and select master masons of Michigan met at grand rapids recently and the following officers were elected and installed for the ensuing year m. I. Grand master Thomas g. Greene three Rivers Niv grand master Hanford Hunt Jackson g. P. Cond. Of work traverse Phillips Hastings m. Treasurer ii. Shaw Noble Monroe g. Re Corder Marr m. Nobie. Detroit g. Chap lain Icv. Francis a. Blades Detroit. A Captain of guard Marcus d. Elliott Hastings g. Cond. Of Council Charles 1l Hager. Detroit g. Steward Harris Al Hatch Lapeer g. Sentinel Alex Mcgregor Detroit. The wholesale grocers. A state association of wholesale arc cars was effected at Detroit recently. It claims to include every wholesale dealer in the. State excepting one in Bay City. The members Are pledged among other things to charge for cartage boxing Exchange on remittances and interest on overdue Bills to maintain prices on strictly limited goods and to maintain a system of reporting undesirable customers. To office roof the association Are w. Gould Detroit president James Stuart East Saginaw first v ic3-pre3ident m. W. Clark Jackson. Second h. G. Barlow grand rapids Secretary and treasurer. Health in Mic Liegau. Reports to it Tho state Board of health by forty nine observers in different part of the state for the week ended on Tho 12th indicated that pneumonia consumption of the lungs and whooping cough increased and remit Teut fever inflammation of the bowels influenza puerperal fever tonsil itis Typo malarial fever inflammation of the kidneys neuralgia dysentery and bronchitis decreased in area of prevalence. Diphtheria was reported at seventeen places Scarlet fever at typhoid fever at , measles Jav Tivo and Small pox at seven places. The electoral a Ollete. The thirteen votes of the Michigan electoral College were East at Lausing the other afternoon for Harrison and Morton. General Alger who was no of the two Electora at Large a resided As chairman. When the ballot was completed he said to the spectators present in the Senate chamber a gentlemen to have elected Harrison and Don leathers of grand rapids was chosen As messenger to Washington. Crossed the line. By Allen Campbell proprietor of the Bank of Evart recently went to Canada with $10.000 of the funds of Tho Bank and of the Village of which he was treasurer. His wife had received a Bill of Sale of Tho Bank fixtures and some other property owned by Campbell and As this came by mail it was considered pretty certain that Campbell would not appear there again. It was believed that bad speculations had ruined Campbell. The knights of labor. The executive Board of Tho state Assembly knights of labor in session a few Days ago at Lansing appointed a committee of three to present to the legislature their demands for the repeal of the Baker conspiracy Law purity of elections the weekly payment of wages in Cah and a system of uniform text books in the schools. The state Treasury. The state treasurer recently issued supplementary report covering a period of f six months previous to december 31, 18$i which showed a balance in the Treasury june 30 a $1,188,56? receipts for six months $1,09711$ disbursements for the same period 41,857, 2 balance in the Treasury december 31, $4�?~-h8l& Short but Newstr items. Three stores in Birmingham were burglarized the other night but the plunder was very Small. Eugene Bellantis House in Cheboygan was robbed of Money and valuables the other night by burglars to the amount of $400. While skating Tho other morning on Muskegon Lake Willie Saunders the twelve year old son of or. Sod mrs. Frederick Saunders of Muskegon broke through the ice and was drowned. James Scanlon was arrested in Detroit a few Days ago while in the act of pocket picking. Martin Capp a Farmer hanged himself near three Rivers Tho other morning. Cause unknown. La Fie figures of internal Revenue collections in the upper Peninsula for the year 1883 Are the largest in Tho history of this Region. Collections were $102,748, As compared with 468,000 in 1868. William Mutach a de seventeen years struck John to cell on the head with a Stone at Croswell the other Day inflicting fatal injury. Mutach was in jail Amos Hall a wealthy resident of Porter died recently and his children by Bis first we have brought suit against his last wife for the custody of their fathers body. The Cheboygan Board of health reports the City entirely free from Small pox and allows All Public places of meeting to reopen. The City Council of Battle Creek recently voted to extend the limits ode half mile in each direction Wuich will make the City three Miles Square i Moses Digg is coloured was recently sentenced at Detroit to Twenty five years in the House of correction for slashing Frances Bowles with a razor. Mrs. Reed of Bay City is one Hundred and two years old and Happy. Joseph tale ski poisoned in Bay City a Wuth his family by eating bad Barley Gruel died recently. The rest were recovering. Wlliam Tyley a Rich Farmer of Canton. Wayne county answers to a divorce suit brought by his wife that she married him with great suddenness almost without Bis knowledge and consent in order to get his Money he being an inexperienced and bashful old Bachelor of seventy two years and she a sprightly Middle aged widow who went for him with business in both Eye Small pox at Azalia had a few Days ago caused a patrol on the streets nobody to being permitted to leave the Village. A fire in Hart the Otier night Bui Ted out Billing thee Market Evje amp co., Stitt Booth amp sheer jokers Oak a. Photograph gallery Wighton and Brooks a. Law office. Total losses,-$5,900. Charles Barnes aged afe out seventy years a Pioneer and highly respected f Irmer of Rollin was Delzid rim a apoplectic lit As he was Leavis re Edsaa foe Home recently and died in a few Init ii the widow of the late sheriff of Alana who was killed in making the arrest of Blinkey Morgan has written to curl adj a claiming the Reward for morgans capture

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