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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 31, 1891, South Haven, MichiganSouth vol. a ave veinmich., us St. 31, 1891. Is Campanoni has the spirits of a boy since his voice has been restored to him by a surgical operation. Ask any woman what is a woman s Roost interesting1 age and she will come very near telling you How old she is. The subscription by female clerks in Washington for a Monument to general spinner is said to be making Good headway. There Are Twenty six monarchies and Twenty five republics in the civilised world. Sixteen republics Are in South America. A a commodores Tyson of theater tick it Fame conceived and carried out the idea of running news stands in the leading hotels. He is now Worth half a million _ e. B. Sears of Boston has bought the famous English St. Bernard dog Jbf bed i Vero paying for it $6.500. A Ber a costly piece of unconverted aah age _ a a has been incorporated in a Frrancisco for the manufacture of a nerf explosive said to be five times the strength of dynamite and the invention of Dmitri mind Liff a russian chemist. Prof. V joins is again in an Active state of prediction. He says there will be Noel Rihs Akes around Here until about August 11, 904. This makes our safety from a shaking up meanwhile Juat a trifle dubious. By her contract for a tour of America Sara Lienha to is to get 5200 a Day for Hatel expenses 5600 for each performance. And one third of the Gross receipts. Sara May have deteriorated in her acting but she has lost none of her nerve. While we Are having just an enjoyable Winter Europe is experiencing the toughest kind of weather. The blizzard. Supposed to be an exclusive Possession of our own wild West is raging about Austria and Germany with a severity rarely surpassed in the Region of the Rockies. One result of the census inquiry in the South has been the disclosure of the fact that the ratio of increase among the Blacks has been much overestimated. While the White population during the last decade has increased Twenty six per cent., it is shown that the negroes have not increased More than ten. The supreme court of Missouri has decided that the act extending the limits of Kansas City a year ago so As to take in Twenty two Miles of be v territory was illegal and invalid. The five aldermen elected from the new territory will lose their seats and All ordinances passed since annexation Are invalidated. Altogether it is evident that newspaper influence upon literature is to be an important one. As magazines have come to fill in part the place of books to newspapers have come to fill to some extent the place of the magazines. What the final result of development in this direction will be is an extremely interesting question. Madame Barrios widow of the celebrated president of Guatemala Anda woman of surpassing Beauty is now staying in Washington. She was married at the age of fourteen and is the Mother of six children yet she looks As fresh and As Radiant As a Young girl. She is very accomplished speaking five languages with fluency. Her Fortune is said on Good authority to aggregate 50,000,000. General f. E. Spinner writing a year ago of his school Days said a the Rod was never spared on me at Home or in school and now with grown up Gre at grandchildren. I can truthfully say i have never in All my Long life struck a child a a Ingle blow. I was licked enough to last through the whole four generations of self and my posterity. I have found it Safe through life to practice the reverse of what was taught me to do. A George Bancroft a Library is reputed to be one of the Best private collections of books in the country. It contains about twelve thousand volumes among which Are Many works in foreign languages and every Book in the collection has a value apart from its Selling Price. The books were closely packed in the four rooms that comprised or. Bancroft a literary workshop. And there never was any attempt made to display them. There is need of a More thorough moral enforcement of the commandment a thou Shalt not Young men should be made to understand that they have no right to take without leave what does not belong to them for their own uses even though they seriously and conscientiously determine to return it to the owner. That is embezzlement and the return of the a a borrowed a Money or thing does not change the name of the Misdemeanour. It is Well to remember that dishonesty and crime Are the same whether one gets caught or not and regardless of resolutions for future restitution. The refusal or neglect of Congress to provide adequately if not generously for the wants of the life saving service can not be excused upon the ground that its work is experimental. Taking the record of its accomplishments during a single year�?1589�?it proves that the value of the service far outweighs its Cost. The saving in a twelve month of nearly 3,500 lives is Worth More than 51.000.000. If such a precious saving can be estimated at All if it is not Worth that then certainly the value of the property saved. $5.508,000, is Worth the 51.000.000 invested it leaves a margin of gain equal to nearly 500 per cent. The death of King Kalakaua remove a picturesque character who for seventeen years ruled the Little kingdom of Hawaii. The most that could be said of his majesty was that he was harmless. The affairs of state never rested heavily on him. The fifty thousand persons on the Sandwich islands Are not a difficult population to govern being More intent on raising sugar Cane and Rice than on disturbances of any kind and the result was that Kalakaua a reign w As characterized by Only one revolution. Personally Kalakaua was a a Good fellow who enjoyed a first class dinner and death was hastened by High of the week. Interesting news compilation. Fifty first Congress. Second Somlon. Friday Jan. 28. A the time waa passed in the Senate in discussing the cloture Resolution. In the House the time was occupied in considering the charges made against the commissioner of pensions and in discussing the naval appropriation Bill. A Bill for the Relief of the heirs of Richard a. Meade of Pennsylvania was favourably reported. The claim has been pending since the sixteenth Congress and is for 5375,879. Saturday Jan. 24.�?in the Senate the cloture Resolution and the elections Bill were considered. In the House after the Reading of the journal the naval appropriation Bill was further discussed but no action was taken. A Bill was favourably reported to appropriate $10,000,000 to repair and build the levees on the Mississippi from the head of the a amp ses to Cairo. Monday Jan. 26. A the Resolution to Amend the rules of the Senate by providing a method of closing debate and the elections Bill were shelved by a vote of 85 to 84. The apportionment Bill was discussed and the army appropriation Bill $24,578.029 was reported also the House Bills to pension general Nathaniel p. Banks and general Franz Sigel. The credentials of or. Vest to for his third term commencing March 4 next were presented. A Resolution As agreed to calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for information As to amounts of a in and paper Money in existence in the i United states. In the House the naval appropriation Bill was considered and finally passed. The Day. Jan. 27. A in the Senate the credentials of or. Stanford and or Irby As senators elect from California and South Carolina for the term beginning March 4, 1891, were presented and filed. The congressional apportionment Bill was discussed. In the Home a Bill was passed for a railway Bridge Over the Missouri Between Council Bluffs and Omaha. The military Academy appropriation Bill waa discussed. From Washington. A society to be known As tie confederation of Industrial organizations was formed at Washington and Ben Terrell j of Texas was elected president. The resolutions Call for Al volition of National Banks government Loans to the people at 2 per cent interest the prohibition of alien ownership of land a graduated income tax government ownership of the Telegraph and railroads. And the election of president vice president and United states senators by direct vote of the people. The business failures in the in United states during the seven Days ended on the 23d numbered 880, against 411 the preceding week and 888 the corresponding week last year. Near Washington James e. Owens aged 79 years and his wife aged 74 years were killed on tin Baltimore amp Ohio railway. The exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended on the 24th aggregated $1.067,778,555, against $1,240,080,682 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week of 1890 the decrease amounted to 5.1. A canvass conducted by two Farmers j papers shows that Cleveland was the Choice of democratic Farmers by a vote of 71.787 to 17.118 for Hill. Republicans were for Blaine by 89.209 to 31,013 for Harrison and 20,740 for Rusk. The East. In the Ilous Atonic River in Connecticut the flood had subsided. The break in the dam at Ansonia caused a loss of $800.000. Fire destroyed the new building owned by Warner Bros at Buffalo. Y., causing a loss of $800,000. Three firemen were killed by a falling Wall. The death was announced of Bain Bridge Wadleigh. A Well known Boston lawyer and exp United a states senator from new Hampshire. At Niagara Falls a Man supposed to be c. Stanley of Cleveland o., dressed in a Well made Blaek suit and wearing a silk hat deliberately jumped Over the Falls from the Goat Island Bridge. New York was visited by a destructive wind and Snow storm on the 25th which filled the streets with fallen Trees and Telegraph poles and stopped All traffic. No such work of devastation had been known in that City since the great blizzard of March 1888. At the age of 102 years Martin Yougen died on the 25th at Rutland it. He was probably the last survivor of the Battle of Waterloo. He was the father of Twenty one children. A terrific wind and Snow storm extended Over the entire Region from Boston through the lower Eastern states Southern new York new Jersey Pennsylvania and Delaware. At a fire in Jersey City n. J., chief Engineer Henry e. Farrier and Daniel Dinan a Foreman and a or. Gooseman were burned to death. In new York City the loss by the great storm was on the 20th estimated at $2,000.000. Over 1,500 Telegraph wires were Down and All outside communication was practically shut off. In new York Harris a. Smollor a wife murderer was sentenced to die by electricity during the week beginning March 16. In the Monongahela a Valley Trade was reported to be paralysed owing to the strike of 7,000 miners for an Advance in wages. An explosion in the ii. C. Fricke Coke company a mine ten Miles from mount pleasant pa., caused the death of 110 men. The death of or. Sullivan Whitney the first Man to manufacture homeopathic Medicine in America occurred at Newton mass., aged 83 years. Carl Stevens aged 18, of Buffalo n. Y., was the Man who committed suicide by jumping Over the Falls at Niagara. The Rhode Island legislature declared Oscar Lapham dem elected to Congress from the first District. I Here was no election in the second District and a new election would be ordered. It Speaks Well for the Thrift of the Black men of old Virginia that in sixteen cities of the state the Blacks arc said by the census to own property Worth $8,324.542. Mostly real estate. In Richmond their wealth is placed at 5620,188. West and South. The eighth wife of Brigham Young Lucy Decker Young died at Salt Lake City. There were Only seven left including Amelia Folsom the favorite. The senatorial situation in the Illinois legislature after Twenty two ballots remained on the 24th As it was at the beginning Palmer 101 Oglesby 100 Streeter 8. At Richmond. A a. Harris a jewish rabbi fell dead in his pulpit just after delivering a Sermon. After an absence of Twenty year Ira Moss returned to his Home at Minonk. 111 during these years his parents had never heard from him. He ran away when he was 10 years old and now resides at Tacoma wash., having acquired a Large Fortune. Missouri officials in California arrested Wilson Howard accused of the murder of eight men in Kentucky. The Wichita Kan savings Bank failed with liabilities of 581,000 and assets of $75,000. For refusing to answer the questions of a census taker James Miller of Kokomo ind., was sent to jail for thirty Days. At Lewiston Idaho it was said that Robert Ray Hamilton of new York was still alive and that the whole Story of his death was a carefully prepared plan to get rid of his mistress the adventuress. Eva Mann. Grace Gridley of Amboy iii., aged 18 years awoke from a tran<5e of nine months duration. She lost a Little flesh but was unable to talk. A mad stallion attacked a jackass in Mercer county ky., and after a Long struggle the Jack killed the stallion but was himself so badly Hurt that he had to be shot. At Westport minn., Chris Abramson aged 85, wanted to marry Mamie Ron Mingan. And because she refused he shot her dead and then blew out his own brains. W. A. Puffer editor of the Kansas Farmer was nominated by the Alliance members of the Kansas legislature for United states senator. The death of John Woodbeck aged 101 years and a Veteran of the War of 1812. Occurred , Mich. He was born in Columbia county n. A Bureau has been established at Kansas City. Mo., to prevent the shipping of hogs and cattle in the same cars resulting in Many of the animals being maimed or killed. At Santa Barbara. Cal., Ramon Lopez was hanged for the murder of Mary disc Relio last october. At Tama la James Horton a tramp a confessed that he murdered conductor James of Neil at Long Point la a of ctr Days ago. Negro families in Alabama were moving to Oklahoma an explosion in the paper Mill at Rock Falls. Iii., would cause the death of five workmen. The legislature of Kansas balloted separately on the 27th for United states senator resulting in the election of judge Peffer the Alliance candidate. At a depth of 320 feet a vein of Silver sixteen inches thick was found on the farm of a. C. Brandt near Fairport. A. In a he aging House at san Jose cal., two men were burned to death. At grand rapids the Michigan masonic Home was dedicated by the a Rand Lodge of the state in the presence of 25,000 people. Dispatches say that Captain Godfrey and six soldiers of the seventh cavalry were fatally injured beside the four trainmen killed in the recent Union Pacific wreck at Irving. Kan. At Springfield of. Fourteen masons contributed pieces of their skin from their arms to cover a sore on a brother masons log. Foreign intelligence. The death was announced of Prince Baudouin aged 22 years Nephew of King Leopold and heir to the throne of Belgium. On the Michigan Central Road a train struck a Carriage containing Irvin Teal and Ezra Moore two Well known citizens of fort Erie ont. And both were killed. Melbourne advices report the total shipment of Wool from Australia to America the past season As �?~28,000 Bales. By an explosion in a mine at Gelsenkirchen. Germany fifty miners wore killed and thirty others severely injured. In Belgium the towns of Charleroi thin. Mareshi Ennis and Dinant were All under water causing immense damage to property and some loss of life. The proposal of the United states government for the negotiation at Washington of a reciprocity treaty relating to american Trade with Cuba has been accepted by Spain. At Floresta Italy an Avalanche destroyed eleven houses and killed Nineteen persons. Later. The House apportionment Hill was considered in the United states Senate on the 2>th, and House Bills were passed for Public buildings at Rock Island 111., and Rockford 111. In the House the journal was approved with out question. The resignation of John s. Mccarthy a representative from the eighth District of new York was presented. The estimated loss to the Telegraph and Telephone companies by the late storm in new York was $6.000,000. During a fire at the Louisville by Iron works Joe Hume Joe Weaver and Bud Adams firemen were fatally injured by falling Walls. The new York evening Post says that a a there is a Prospect of lower rates of interest in 1891 than for several years past. The Lxi Iler of the Reed amp Henry Sawmill at Overton tex., exploded killing Gill Henry Dan Tucke and John Austin. Further advices of the 28th say that 151 men lost their lives by the recent explosion in the Mammoth mine ten Miles from mount pleasant a. The worlds fair at Kingston. Jamaica was formally opened on the 28th. The governor general officiating. What was thought to be an earthquake Shock was Felt near Lathrop mo., but later it was found that a meteoric body of Ore six feet in diameter had fallen. William f. Vilas was on the 28th formally declared United states senator from Wisconsin from March 4, 1891. Surgeon William d. Deitz of the fifth artillery stationed at Alcatraz Island Cal shot and killed his wife and then killed himself. He was insane. The body of Benjamin h. Campbell a Chicago millionaire who Hail been missing since november 36. Was discovered floating in the River. The state National Bank of Atchison kan., went into voluntary liquidation. It was organized in january 1887, w Ith a capital of $250,000. Counterfeit Nickels were in circulation at Brownsburg ind., supposed to have been made in the town. Tre six Story building of the Western refrigerating company in Chicago was burned causing a loss of $200,000. A boiler in a saw Pill at Meredith Mich., sex pulled killing two men and fatally injuring six others. Mrs. Eunic e Beers died at Omaha neb., aged 101 years. In the Early history of the territory of Nebraska she was influential in preventing a number of Indian state Arch masons. Annual meeting of to grand chapter la Detroit new officer. The grand chapter of Royal masons at its annual session in Detroit elected the following officers for the ensuing year Samuel c. Randall Flint great High priest John f. Barrows Lawrence Deputy great High priest Charles h. Bagg. Detroit grand King James h. Cummins Holly grand scribe h. Shaw Noble Monroe grand treasurer William p. Innes grand Raykh grand seere tax Rev. F. A. Blades Detroit grand chaplain Jefferson 8. Ponnover Coldwater grand Captain of the Hoet Charlee r. Blanehard Marquette grand Prince of the sojourners Lou b. Windsor Reed City grand Royal Arch Captain Arthur m. Clark. Lexington grand visitor and lecturer Charles p. Hunt Jackson grand master of the third Vail Charles May big rapids grand master of the second Vail Charles m. Morton Ypsilanti grand master of the first Vail the High priest announced the following appointments Alex Ander Mcgregor Detroit grand Sentinel traverse Phillips. Hastings. George p. To Mcmahon Ludington grand stewards. Drew Lucky numbers. Governor Winans has made these appointments inspector general n. A. B. Lothrop Detroit adjutant general Judson s. Farrar mount Clemens quartermaster general Frederick b. Wood Adrian members soldiers Home Board Rush j. Shank Lansing l. G. Rutherford grand rapids Charles h. Manley Ann Arbor j. Wells Sprague Greenville state Salt inspector Marshall Ca eve Saginaw insurance commission William e. Magi 11, West Bay City members state Board of agriculture Edwin Phelps Pontiac Henry Chamberlain three Oaks Warden Upp or Peninsula prison Marquette a William Mambourg Ishpeming. Health in Michigan. Reports to the state Board of health by fifty two observers in different parts of the state for the week ended january 17 indicated that inflammation of the bowels Typo malarial fever Membranous croup diphtheria and Scarlet fever increased and Cere Bro spinal meningitis whooping cough and cholera Moribus decreased in area of prevalence. Diphtheria was reported at thirty three places Scarlet fever at fifty five typhoid fever at Twenty one and measles at thirty one places. The soldiers Home. The biennial report of the Board of managers of the soldiers Home at grand rapids shows that 1,451 men have been admitted during its existence of whom 210 have died. During Tho last year the average number of inmates has been 500 at present there Are 574, 74 of whom Are on the sick list. The total Cost of running the Home per Man is s105 per annul we hich includes All expenses save building repairs and improvement of grounds. Cost of Jackson prison. It Cost to run the Jackson state prison the past two years �190,381, or an average of $188 per Man. The total earnings were $197,543, showing a surplus of $1,101. Nearly $20,000 Worth of permanent improvements were made. The average daily number in prison during the two years was 536, a decrease of 10 Over the previous two years. Sixty of those now there Are in for crime involving Fife. A drug Trust. A drag Trust with a proposed capital of $60,000.000, is a matter which it is reported has been submitted to some of Detroit a wholesale drug manufacturers recently by a promoter from new York representing capitalists of both new York and London. 6hort but newsy items. Henry Crow dropped dead at grand rapids of heart disease. George Ryder a Farmer near cold we Ater we As found dead in bed. W. P. Edison brother of the famous inventor died suddenly at port Huron of heart disease. The shortage of the treasurer of the patrons of Industry has been made Good at port Huron by treasurer Krause s Bondsmen. The sixth biennial report of the Industrial Home for girls shows that in two years ended june 3. 1890,143 girls we Ere received. The highest number sixty five came from Wayne county. John c. Boardman of Mackinac City died a few years ago leaving a Beautiful widow and As was then supposed no Money. A search of his effects shows however a will and property amounting to $40,000. All the Money goes to the widow and already the Young gallants Are sighing for her favor. Grand ledge now has two Enty five men digging Dusky diamonds from its new mine. The prohibition state conference and convention will be held at Hibbard a opera House in Jackson on tuesday and wednesday february 24 and 25. Grand rapids has secured another Large furniture factory. It comes from Binghamton n. Y., will employ 300 hands and brings a capital of $250,000. Michigan s vote so far reported upon woman representation in the methodist general conference is 15,408 yeas and 2,634 nays. Fire broke out in Hager amp Johnson s furniture manufactory at Marquette and the building was burned to the ground. Loss $30,000. The mining journal company also lost $30,000. C. H. Dutton a prominent manufacturer of Kalamazoo who was injured in a runaway died from lockjaw. Frank Gordon an employee of the j. P. Smith ice company at Lake Geneva ivis., was caught in an endless Chain and crushed to death. He was 21 years old and lived in Ludington. Van Dusen a Farmer living twelve Miles from Sault Ste. M Arie we As shot and fatally wounded by his son. The trouble grew out of an old feud Between father and son. George Smith and will Bailey were acquitted of the charge of arson by a jury at Hillsdale. They we Ere accused of firing the latter a store. The flames spread to other buildings causing a loss of $25,000. The Detroit Boodle aldermen will escape without a trial. Prosecuting attorney Burroughs has entered a Nolle pro Sequi in the cases against president Jacob of the Council sex Alderman Lauder James Tierney and j. P. Martz a premature explosion of five Sticks of dynamite occurred at the Atlantic mine in Houghton and Elias Petrie was killed and Matt Foss fatally injured. Earl Davis aged 11 years committed suicide at Adrian. He had been truant from school and feared punishment. Fred Frankel a Farmer aged 60 years residing in Waterloo w As found dead banging by his neck in a cow shed. A Syndicate of swamp land owners have made arrangements to locate a number of Hollander families on a Large tract of reclaimed land at Decatur to engage in the cultivation of legislature. Senate. Lansing Mich., Jan. 2-1�?a Bill was introduced in the Senate a a osterday providing for a Hospital Ward at the agricultural College. The nominations of c. H. Manly and l. W. Sprague As member of the soldiers Home Board were confirmed session. The patrons of Industry four in number who hold the balance of Power acted with the republicans in voting to take from the lieutenant governor the a a ointment of a committee on a reapportionment of the legislative districts. Lansing Mich., Jan. 84.�?no business of importance was transacted in the Senate yesterday. Governor Winans sent the following nominations which were confirmed in executive session Charles h. Her Den Jackson member of the Board of inspectors erf Jackson prison Dudley Watson member of the Board of control of the state House of Corree Tion and reformatory at Ionia for six years. Adjourn Ltd to the 88th. The Kree Independent patrons of husbandry senators forced a Compromise from the lieu tenant governor. They consented to allow him to name the committee to arrange the redistricting Bill but Only on con Pitlon that the committee should consist of four republicans the thre patrons and four democrats. The committee As thus slated will be announced when the recess ends. Lansing Mich., Jan. 29.�?the Senate reassembled last night but did no business owing to the absence of Many members still engaged in junk eting trips. House. Lansing. Mich., Jan. 33.�?the House yesterday passed the Bill to appropriate 17,000 to make up a deficiency in the funds of the Mitchi Gan mining school at Houghton. The Bill now goes to the governor. A Bill was also passed appropriating f5,000 for carrying on the work of the state Pioneer and historical society and Bills were introduced for changing the system of collecting delinquent taxes from the auditor general department to the several counties and making an appropriation of 19,000 for continuing a compilation of the record of soldiers and sailors of the re hellion by the adjutant general. Lansing Mich., Jan. 24.�? a Resolution was introduced in the House yesterday setting Forth the fact that �22i.500 had been appropriated for the Michigan mining school at Houghton and Only an average of Twenty students Hac been in attendance for the past five years and the visiting com Mittee was instructed to report upon the advisability of closing the institution. A Resolution was also introduced which Wai made the special order for january 28 at 3 p. A. Prohibiting members from drawing except when in actual attendance or absent on duly authorized committee work. Lansing Mich., Jan. 29.�?when the Illust reassembled last evening the absence of Many members was noted and no business was transacted. Ghastly revenge. An officer in the romanian army beheaded by two of us orderlies whom he had mistreated. Bucharest Jan. 26.�?dispatches received from Kus Tenji Friday stated that a headless Corpse had been found in the Bath room of the hotel Carol at that place. The Bath room it appears is situated in the basement of the hotel and a major belonging to the romanian army who resided in the building was in the habit of using it. Suddenly the major s disappearance was noted and upon the hotel being searched Hish Ead less body was found in the Bath. Two orderlies who were detailed As the major s body servants have been arrested on suspicion of having murdered the officer. Shortly after being taken into custody the orderlies confessed and said that they had buried the dead Man s head in the Sand not far from the hotel. Re a Mac for ill treatment received by the orderlies at the major s hands is supposed to be the cause of the murder. _ sawed the Saloon in two. Kansas official nettle a disputed state Boundary question. Kansas City mo., Jan 23.�?street commissioner Patterson of Kansas City. Kan., and his corps of workmen on thursday sawed and Tore Down the Kansas end of the notorious Bill Lewis Saloon in Toad a Loup. The Missouri end is left standing. The Saloon stood on the state Fine of Kansas and Missouri and Lewis ran the place without a License. The exact location of the Fine was never determined until thursday and Lewis when arrested by the officers of of a state always claimed to be doing Vrr siness in the other. Thursday the state Fine was definitely located and that part of the building found to be on the Kansas Side was sawed off and torn Down which proceeding is authorized by the Kansas prohibition Law. Poisoned her babes. Jealousy causes a Massachusetts woman to administer a deadly drug to her three children and herself. Brockton mass., Jan. 24.�?mrs. Ludwig Anderson wife of Louis Anderson purchased a drachma of morphine and when her husband had left for his work site mixed the entire Quantity and dividing it into four parts gave one each to her three children aged 5, 4, and 2 years and took the. Fourth drink herself. She then retired to her chamber children with her with the intention i never waking again. They Are new expected to die at any moment the cause attributed for the act is that of jealousy. She consulted a medium who told her that her husband was keeping company with other women and she resolved to commit suicide. Michigan masons adjourn. Grand rapids Mich., Jan. 29.�?the Michigan masonic grand Lodge closed its forty fifth annual session Here wednesday. The officers elected were John q. Look of Lowell grand master William ii. Sanford of Detroit Deputy grand master Ivy. 5. Lenton. Of Saginaw senior grand Warden Charles b. Davidson of Ann Arbor Junior grand Warden William p. Inness of grand rapids. Grand Secretary ii. Shaw Noble of Monroe grand treasurer Arthur m. Clark of Lexington grand vistor and of the aristocracy. Princess Beatrice prefers to be addressed As Princess Henry of Batten Berg. The Queen has bought a lock of hair which belonged to Charles head before he lost it Queen Amelie of Portugal is now almost restored to health. She is the prettiest and most fascinating of the Sovereign ladies of Europe. The Queen Regent of Spain received As a new years present from the Pope a splendid mosaic of the Madonna made at the Vatican factory. Archduchess Maria Dorothea is one of the beauties of the austrian Imperial family. She is above the medium height with dark hair and eyes and a fresh complexion. She is noted for her charities and for her skill in piano playing. The Duchess do uzes has lost eighty thousand dollars by the failure of Raynaud the hanker whom she met at the office of be Galois. Ner connection with that paper has altogether Cost her six Hundred and fifty thousand dollars the loss of which she feels most uncomfortably with three grown up children to Settle. Great loss of life. Sira Damp explode a in a Pennsylvania Colliery swarming with 31 inert a Only one get out alive the death estimated at 110�?sixty bodies have been recovered. , a. Jan. 28.�?by an explosion of fire Damp in the Mammoth Shaft of the ii. C. Fricke Coke company tuesday thu miners were ushered into eternity and Many seriously injured. The explosion occurred in the morning shortly after 9 o clock and it is supposed was caused by the ignition of a Miner s Oil lamp. This after Damp which followed the fire Damp explosion suffocated nearly every Workman. A few men realizing the awful situation fell to the ground thereby preventing the Gas striking them. The persons not killed Are in such a critical condition that their deaths Are momentarily expected. Up to this writing sixty bodies have been recovered All without the sign of life. The fire which broke out after the explosion was soon extinguished by the immense fans which were put in operation. The Gas has about All been driven from the pit. And the work of rescuing the in Tom bed miners has been begun. General manager Lynch of the h. C. Fricke Coke company is on the scene helping to devise Means to Rescue the dead workmen. His assistance is invaluable As he has had Many years experience in mining operations. The Mammoth Plant embraces 509 ovens a one of the largest plants in the Coke Region but it is hard of Access. It is situated near the United works where an explosion recently destroyed the entire Shaft hundreds of miners Are flocking to the scene of the disaster offering assistance. The appalling loss of Fife in the Dunbar disaster is More than overshadowed by the destruction of Fife in the Mammoth calamity. The news spread throughout the entire Coke Region with great rapidity and everybody was Awe stricken. Coffins have already been ordered for eighty persons from mount pleasant undertakers and it is understood that the Fricke company the owners of the Plant will Bear the expenses of the same. The Only Man who escaped from the fatal mine was mine Boss Eaton. Sex mine inspector Keighly the superintendent of the fatal Shaft is nearly distracted. It is a singular fact that misfortune seems to have followed him. Iii experiences in the farm Hill disaster resulted in his tendering his resignation As mine inspector. Or. Keighly was at the mine when the explosion took place. He immediately called for volunteers and gathering a few about him descended the Shaft. Before doing so he notified general superintendent Dinch and that gentleman ordered All mine superintendents in the Region to the scene. When the volunteers entered the mine they found cars mules Ancl More terrible than All men piled in a compact mass against the ribs or Walls of Coal and not a living thing was in the wreckage. It was almost As solid As the Coal itself so terrific was the Force of the explosion. This obstruction was removed with difficulty and they entered a chamber of horrors. The first object they discovered after leaving the main entry was a gunboat. In it was the leg of a Man. Farther on they found a human head but nowhere in sight was the trunk that had borne it. Working their Way in the band found the bodies strewn along the Gangway. One unfortunate met death while on his Knees in prayer with his hands clasped and eyes uplifted. It is estimated that there Are sixty wives and families that Are left wholly dependent on the Chasity of the world for sustenance by this disaster. In fact they Are almost penniless As the Plant has not been running full for some time and work has been exceedingly scarce since the dullness has set in in the demand for Coke. Every Means possible will be resorted to to Supply the widowed mothers and their children with the necessaries of Fife. It is understood Tomt a subscription paper will shortly be circulated to obtain Money to support the unfortunate families. Indian chiefs in custody. General Miles brings hostile Savage to Chicago a prisoners a they will be kept at fort Sheridan a hostages for the Good behaviour of the rest of the Sioux at Pine Ridge Agency. Chicago Jan. 28.�?general Miles is determined to put an end so far As possible to Indian troubles. Be has in custody thirty of the worst mischief makers on the Pine Ridge reservation and is bringing them to Chicago. They will be kept under guard at fort Sheridan As hostages for the Good behaviour of th6se left on the reservation. It is also the general a belief that with these mischief makers out of the Way the other indians will be More inclined to behave themselves. General Miles left Bushville neb., monday night with his prisoners under escort of two companies of infantry. The party arrived Here at 9. P. Tuesday. In All there Are forty indians in the party. Ten of these will to go to Washington with general m Iles for a conference. The other thirty As stated will be taken to fort Sheridan. The names of the indians who will go to Washington Are Young Man afraid of his Llor ses american horse fire Thunder and Hump of the Friend lies of the Hostiles Little wound big Road he dog two strike High pipe and High masons. They dedicate their Home at grand rapid description of the Structure. Grand rapids Mich., Jan. 28.�?at noon tuesday the Michigan masonic Home for aged and infirm master May sons or widows and orphans of master masons was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies by the Gravid Lodge of m Ichi Gan. Hon. Hugh Mccurdy Deputy grand commander of the grand comma Andery of Knight templars of the United states delivered the address. John s. Cross of Bangor -Mich., grand master of Michigan presided and 600 masons and officers were in attendance. Two burned to death. San Jose cal., Jan. 28.�?the Central lodging House burned tuesday morn ing. There were sixteen people in the House. John Foley and Charles Nord we Ere burned to death and one other person was injured. Several shop in front of the House were destroyed. To help sufferers in the Vest. Carthage iu., Jan. 27.�?Large quantities of food and clothing have been shipped from this county to suffering people in Kansas and Nebraska. A the reports of destitution from various portion of these states Are truly nit i 1 Ilo the Senate. Colonel Vila secure enough vote in the Wisconsin legislature to make him senator judge Feffer the Alliance candidate received like assurances from the Kansas Assembly. Madison wis., Jan. 28. A colonel William f. Vilas was elected United states senator tuesday by the Riseon sin legislature to succeed John ?. Spooner whose term expires March 4. Each House voted separately. In the Assembly colonel Vilas received 66 votes to 31 for John Spooner. This waa a Striet party vote. There were three absentees a i Naan dem and Duke and Maxon reps. In the Senate colonel Vilas received 18 votes and or. Spooner 14, the democrats losing two senators Horn and Kennedy and the republicans one senator Kempf. Or. Vilas was born at Chelsea Orange county vt., july 9, 1810. When he was u years old he went to Wisconsin where a few months after he was entered As a Pupil of the preparatory department of the University of that state. In 1853 he matriculated in the freshman class of that institution and was graduated there in 1858. After taking his academical degree he studied Law in Albany n. Y., and was graduated from the Law school of that City in 18 10. After his admission to the supreme court of new York he removed to Wisconsin where on his birthday july 9, 1860, he made his first argument before the supreme court of that state. Upon the outbreak of the War or. Vilas entered the army As Captain in the Twenty third Wisconsin volunteers and Rose to be major and Lieuten ant colonel. He resigned his commission and resumed the practice of Law january l 1864. The supreme court of Wisconsin appointed colonel Vilas one of the revises of the statutes of the state in 1875, and the revision of 1878, adopted by the state was partly made by him. He came to Chicago As a Delegate to the convention of 1884, which honoured him with its permanent chairmanship. He has held various positions of Trust in Wisconsin and in 1884-�?T85 was a member of the lower House of the legislature. A he is a Fine orator his famous Eulogy of Grant at Otbo Chicago banquet giving him a National reputation. In 1885 or. Vilas entered president Cleveland s Cabinet As postmaster general and when Justice Lamar was elevated to the supreme Bench Vilas was made Secretary of the Interior which position to filled until the close of president Cleveland a administration Ingalls Defeated. #. Topeka kan., Jar. 2s.�?senator John j. Ingalls has been retired to private Fife. The seat he has so Long occupied in the United states Senate has been taken from him and voted to an other Man. That Man is judge in. A. Peffer the editor of the Kansas Farmer who w a. Peffer. Was selected by the Farmers Alliance caucus. The voting for senator began at noon tuesday and Pef ferns election resulted on the first lot. Following is the vote in House Peffer. Ingalls. Blair. In the Senate j Ingalls. 35 William Alfred Peffer was born in Cumbe land county september 10, 1831. He is of dutch parentage. His schooling was obtained Between the Ages of 10 and 15, when he attended the Public school seven months of each year. At the age of 15 years he was made master of a Small District school and taught there until he was 19. In 1850 he caught the Gold fever Ayd went to California where he remained two years. He made considerable Money and re turned to Pennsylvania in 1852. There he married Sarah Jane Barber and removed to Indiana. He engaged in farming near Crawfordsville. There business reverses impoverished him and he removed to Southwest Missouri where he continued As a Farmer. At the breaking out of the War he left the state and enlisted in the eighty third Illinois volunteers. He served until june 28, 1865, having been detailed principally on detached duty As quartermaster adjutant and judge adjutant. During the latter years of his service he devoted himself to the study of Law. At the close of the War he settled at Clarksville tenn., practising Law. He remained in Clarksville until 1870 when he moved to Kansas taking up a claim in Wilson county. He moved to Fredonia in 1872 and there established the Fredonia journal a weekly newspaper at the Samo time continuing his Law practice. He was a Delegate to the National Republican convention in 1880. In that year he moved to Topeka assumed control of the Kansas Farmer and afterwards bought the paper. He has been engaged in the publication of the paper Ever since. He was for one or two terms a member of the state Senato. He is for All the articles of the Alliance Creed a including the abolition of National Cranks government control of railway and Telegraph lines and the loaning of government Money to land owners and upon products of the soil fatal explosion. Bal the. 9623. 5 a steam Straw press blown up at Rock fail 111�?one Man killed three injured and three missing. Sterling,.111., Jan 28.�?Rock Falls was the scene of a shocking1 calamity at 6 30 tuesday evening. A Large bleach holding about seven tons of Straw under a pressure of Between forty and sixty pounds of steam blew up. John Myers was instantly killed by the escaping steam. George Zimmer was blown several rods into the River but was rescued and May recover John Fidas was severely injured in the head. Henry Page fireman was badly Hurt. Oliver Miller Henry Pattis and William Bell Are till missing. Fortunately there were Only seven men in the Mill at the time of the Accident. The full Nigon Force would have been on at 7 of clock. The loss to the Mill is estimated at $10,000. He confessed. The murderer of conductor o Neill near Long Point la., acknowledge i crime an accomplice arrested. Marshalltown la., Jan. 28 a James Horton a tramp arrested at Tama has confessed to the murder of conductor j. R. O Neill of the Chicago amp Northwestern Railroad. Horton has been in custody at Tama since sunday. He had been hiding in a Straw stack since the deed was committed. The tramp has implicated two others. One of them h. P. Gardner was arrested evening. The murderer is strongly guarded at Tama to prevent violence. V death of a Minnesota judge. Glencoe mian., Jan. 28. A judge James c. Edson of the eighth judicial District died at his Home in this place tuesday morning of Brights disease. He was a native of Otsego county n. Y., locating in Minnesota in 1860. He served through the War holding a colonels commission at the close and was an sex member of the legislature. A Turlington to Quot die March 0. St. Louis Jan. 28.�?the supreme court at Jefferson City mo., has fixed March 6 for the execution of John Oscar Turlington the murderer of sheriff in tuner at Bonneville maa ticket the National Fai holding a Conven Al so dental candidate at Omaha. Omaha neb., Jan. Tonal Farmers a i at 9 a. M., and to a committee the Cago and Des Moines convention took up the the Constitution. It a Liv followed a proposal women from acting and it was finally another amendment make All Labouring men Al be ship and provoked a the amendment was to vote. The remainder of was occupied in changes and a recess taken until 2 p. At 2 of clock the report tee on resolutions was was considered by ing were adopted a retold Ltd. That we declare la a convention on february 22, Date and place for Tho holding to nominate candidates for the Dent and vice president of the we declare that in the Conven february 23, 1892, the represent one Delegate from each state in a that we favor the abolition Banks and that surplus fund be Divi duals upon land Security at a Terest. # a that we Are unalterably i jew australian ballot Law. A a that we demand the a gages that the government holds on a that we discount Nance gambling fit and shares. A that this is an administration of pie and in View of that fact the presi vice president of the United states selected by a popular vote instead of electoral College. A that As the Quot Farmers of the until largely outnumber any other class of they demand the passage of Laws of ref As party measures but for the Good of a ment a that the Alliance shall take no part titans in political struggles a of Folia republicans or democrats. A that the National Farmers Allie mands that the inter state Commerce so amended and enforced As to allow i roads reasonable income on Money in and we demand that mortgages on the and Central Pacific railroads toe Forcel go Onoe and the Yoad be taken Cha it it a government and run in to Terest a Tufe pie with a View to extending tooth these Liy. To the of Csc re Seaboard. Ltd a a. At we favor the free and unlimited coinage of Silver and that the volume of currency be increased to 150 per capita. We further demand that All paper Money be placed on an Equality with Gold. A that we As land owners pledge ourselves to demand that the government allow us to borrow Money from the United states at the same rate of interest As do the Banks. A that All mortgages Bonds and shares of Stock should be assessed at a fair value. A that senators of the United states shall be elected by vote of the people. A that Laws regarding the liquor traffic should be so amended As to prevent endangering the morals of our children and destroying the usefulness of our citizens. Quot that we favor the passage of the Conger lard Bill. A a l a that we believe that women have the same rights As their husbands to hold property and we Are in sympathy with any Law that we to give our wives Sisters and daughters full represent tation at the polls. Quot that our children should be educated for honest labor and that agricultural colleges should be establish eds in every state. Leo via that we favor a Liberal system for pension ing All survivors of the late big death list. The number of victims of the Mammoth mine disaster in Pennsylvania now estimated at 151�?the bodies of 110 lie covered. Pittsburgh pa., Jan. 29.�?mr. H. C. Fricke owner of Mammoth mine no. 1, the scene of tuesday s terrible explosion has been in almost constant communication with his representatives at the pit since tuesday afternoon. Or. Fricke says that there were in All 100 men working in the mine at the thine of the Accident nine of whom escaped some of them being badly injured. The rest 151 men were either killed outright or suffocated by the terrible fire Damp. Young Wood pa., Jan. 29.�?gne Hundred and ten bodies had been taken out of the ill fated Fricke amp co. Mine at Mammoth up to 2 o clock wednesday afternoon. Of these fifty three have been identified. When the first rescuing party reached the Bottom of the Shaft one glance and the odor of the deadly fire Damp told the Story., death was stalking in the underground corridors. He had seized All he found there the Force of the explosion was visible on Ettry hand. The Coal wagons used in the mines were splintered to pieces in some cases and in others several had been jammed together in a solid mass. Mul a were seen a which had been driven a most the ribs of the Workings with such Force that their bodies lost All resemblance to living reality. Here and there Lay human bodies. Some were mutilated and All were blackened by the flame which had swept through the works. The bodies of those who had been killed by to get effects of the explosion Lay in distorted attitudes while those oif the others who had apparently escape Elf the flame and concussion but had rushed from the rooms in which they were working on the Flats and had succumbed to the Stealthy suffocating fire Damp Lay in sleeping attitudes. Some Lay at full length with Heads resting upon their hands As if asleep. Others were face downward with their Heads in pools of water. In the haulage roads of a Flat no. 4 thirty five bodies were found and fifteen were counted in one Heap in Flat no. 2. One Man had both legs blown off. The body of a boy was found with a stick driven through his Arm. Wants Good Wood the German emperor baying Waint Timber at Bloomington 111., for furniture for nth Palace. Bloomington ill Jan. 29.�?Large shipments of Walnut Timber Are being made from this county to Germany. Tuesday a lot was sent to a firm of a special order to be made into furniture. For some time a Large amount of Walnut has been annually sent from this Vicinity to Eastern cities but it is now expected that Large demands will come from Germany. It is Given out that a portion of tuesdays shipment is to be made into furniture for the new Palace of emperor in thib ver. Recovery of the Bolt by of a prominent chicagoan who. A been meaning since november 48. Chicago Jaii. 29 a the body of Bea a amp min h. Campbell the millionaire and. Esi Denv of the Chicago Safe and lock Spany who mysteriously disappeared his Home november 2$ has Beeh a found in the Chicago River near the Rush Ujj feet Bridge. The finding of mrs Campbells a body bears out the belief entertained Ever since he left his Home that he committed Auk de. Or. Campbell was United state marshal j for two terms under Grant s a Minur

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