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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 30, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. 2c2cxx South hate St Mich., 30, 1889. During the last year the sum total of educational gifts in this country was nearly $6,000,000. A Jersey physician has started a paper called the Tongue. The doctors will aft want to see it it has been calculated that not less than Twenty million of meteors each Large enough to be visible As a a shooting Star a enter our atmosphere daily. Over in England a meter has Takh n invented whereby you drop a Coin Irr the Slot and get As much As you pay for. A Penny buys the Light of an Ordinary Burner for six hours. George Ken sax the siberian traveler is said to be the Only known american who Ever completely a a lured the russian language except Caleb Cushing formerly minister to St Petersburg. J. There will be nine eight bared Crews at new let Ondon conn., next summer. The University and fresh men Crews of ale Harvard Columbia and University of Pennsylvania and the Cornell Crew. Epitome of the w Eek. Interesting news compilation. Congress iop a. A. R. Senate in spelt 1al session. Thursday March 21. The president sent to the Senate the following nominations Miles. Moore to be governor and Oliver c. White Secretary of Washington Terri tory Henry m. Blane to he of Montana Supre Rne Tourt John d. Fleming to be United states attorney for the District of Montana a number of i it out Ottyce nominations were also sent in. Friday March 22.-the Senate met. But immediately adjourned upon learning of the death of Justice Matthews. Saturday March �23. nominations a fire sent to the Senate by the president. Among them i it eing James Tanner of Brooklyn to let a com Mission or of pensions and Edwin Willetts of Michigan to be assistant Secretary of agriculture. 1 he nominations of Whitelaw la id As minister to France and Fred Grant to Austro Hungary were confirmed. Tuesday. March a Long list of nominations sent to the Senate the following arc the most important Francis e Warren of Wyoming to Lee governor of Wyoming territory Benjamin 1 White of pm Ion m. To. To be governor of Montana a Large number of previous Dpi Point neuts w Ere confirmed. Scotland has a Gold fever the discovery of a bit of Gold in the Gizzard of a Duck recently killed on a farm in Forfarshire having been followed by the finding of Gold bearing Quartz in the same neighbourhood. Sex pro Siudut Arthur s grave in the Rural cemetery at Albany n. Is soon to be marked with a Beautiful Monument consisting of a sarcophagus copied from the egyptian tombs and resting on a Granite platform. The Richmond Christian advocate commenting upon the great education advantages of the Southwest says that they already have twelve universities in Texas and they arc cutting the poles to build the thirteenth. Quot it is estimated that the value of the land contained in Central Park new York which originally Cost $6,300,000, is now Worth at least Over $100,000,-000. The maintenance of the Park costs nearly $100,000 a year. It comes High but the Goth mites must have it. A How to graduate Quot is the name of a new Book of the Market. Once upon a proficiency in learning was required but now if a Young Man is a hard hitter a Good fielder can pull a Strong oar and do a one Hundred Yard dash in i0j seconds he will get through All right without dallying with Herodotus at All. From Washington. The statistical report of the department of agriculture for starch gave on the 21st the result of its investigation of the average weight of wheat by states. The general average was 56,3 Hurds the lowest a Era re of six be am there were 240 business failures to the United states during the sewn clays ended on the 22d, against 1115 the previous seven Days. The death of Justice Stanley Matthews of the United states supreme court occurred at his Home in Washington at ton o clock on the morning of the 22d at the age of sixty five years. Justice Matthews served through the vhf As colonel of the fifty seventh Ohio regime at was elected United states senator from that state in March Lse a and in i8m to was appointed an awl Civito Justice of the untied states a supreme court by president Garfield he leaves a wife three daughters Anil two sons at Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended on the 2 aggregated 11,015,-08wh76, against #1,056,524,435 the previous week. Asj compared with the corresponding week of less the increase amounted to 1 James h Wax drum of Philadelphia was on the23d appointed supervising architect of the Treasury. the 25th the visible Supply in the country was As follows in beat 3 >2-�3, 812 bushels decrease bushels Corn 17,051,473 bushels increase 404,035 bushels Oats 7,338,423 bushels decrease 172,032 bus i Els Rye 1,. �011,718 bushels decrease 13,737 bushels Barley 1,608,911 but Shell decrease 120,513 bushels. the 3 the j. H. Heiner Kamp a Well to do Farmer of mount yer not ind., was accidentally pushed out of a Wagon by a i Drunken Man and killed. In Alabama five United states deputies i on the 25th seized a right stills with a capacity of six Hund jowl Gallons eight ferment cars ten thousand Gallons of Beer and two Hundred Gallons of com whisky and captured thirty Mea on the 25th a cow apparently suffering from hydrophobia was kill a at i Erre Lime the ind As Many babes had been Ted on tie animal s milk a High state of alarm prevailed in Boss county. O., a Black knot was on the 25th devastating the Plum Orchards and Tiftz thousand Trees had been Cut Down. Mats Laura Micha shot and fatally wounded miss la Gnu Getterman at Columbus Grove o., of the 26th. Jealousy was the cause of the shooting. M in a Row Over a trivial matter John Rosen by Roger a Farmer shot dead Andrew Casta line near Creighton ndb., on the 20th, then burned his own House to the ground and j shot himself do to. c. Gorlitz shot his wife dead on the 20th at Cumberland my. Domestic Tio Uhle was the cans. Wet hot any known cause Richard b. Rickard a Railroad clerk at Cincinnati <>., shot and fatally wounded his wife on the it 20th As she was walking on the Street when near Goshen ind., on the 20th a passenger train on the Lake Shore Road struck a buggy containing Robert it Mccaffery Urcil Twenty years of Goshen and miss Della i Uve aged eighteen years of Elkhart when the train was stopped both were Moufid on the Pilot of the engine dead flames swept away the great warehouse in Chicago owned by William b. Muni Erre Early on the morning of the 20th. Loss $606, 01 insurance about $860, 100. In Chicago on the 20th Charles j. Beattie a lawyer was Fincel $500 and sentenced to one year s imprisonment by a Iulg Jamic son for contempt of court in giving a client a fraudulent decree of divorce. The death of j it Neal member of Congress from the third Tennessee District in the fiftieth Congress occurred on the 2bth at ulu a Springs after an of two Bob Lincoln honoured. Pc silent Harrison nominates him for minister to in gland Murat ii Anu it a l get the German Mission alien 1 he a in Dyke Rio a goo to Kuhis Patrick egg a to chill Thomas f. Ryan of Kansas to Mexico a a la ii Hicks of Wisconsin to Peru and George it. Doling of Massachusetts Ltd a Portugal. Washington March 2s. The president sent the following nominations to the Senate Robert t. Lincoln of Illnois to the envoy or. Was Thomas Kyan. Poreet a Tocoi n. ,"1 the late Henry Ward Beecher a place at in Eek skill n. \., was sold the other Day to h. Butler for $75,000. The House Cost $70,000, and or. Boecher got together m the grounds one of the finest collections of Trees and shrubs native to the temperate zone that there Are in this country. There Are Over eight thousand of them. Tache is said to be a Maiden lady at Liberton ga., who is so constituted that she can not live out of water but a couple of hours at a . If she leaves her Bath tub for any longer period than this she is oppressed by a sense of suffocation and can Only get Relief by having her entire body covered with cold water. B hat a sight of trouble some ladies do have Belva purpose Lockwood it seems had a in her seeming madness in running As a presidential candidate and Stoat was to get talked about in Tho papers enough to make her a winning card on the lecture platform. The scheme worked and now Bola is raking in the dollars of an inquisitive Public with All the rapidity and surety of a Man with four aces. I Low in fort Worth tex., a news paper Man celebrated his birthday by writing a Leader an account of a prizefight and an obituary notice after a which he a set up two column of Type Cut half a Cord of Wood rocked his baby two hours cleaned his gun and thrashed his brother in Law. As he was about retiring for the night he was heard to remark that he never could endure the dullness of holidays and sundays. The venerable widow of the late Henry Ward Beecher is spending her declining years in a quiet country House at Stamford Corn. Her hair is Snow White but her complexion is nearly As fresh As a Young girls of sixteen. A pretty Cap of Iio Niton lace with Blue ribbons adds a Charm to her face. She is old fashioned enough in her manners but she is even More in her dress. Her Toilette is adorned with a Modesi display of old styled jewelry a Pearl brooch and two rings with old settings one an amethyst the other b Dii Fernond. While out for an airing the Othot afternoon a red headed Ashington girl was struck with the injustice of the ironical remarks she of Erheart about White horses. Being an advocate of the movement against cruelty to animals she had four of the most original of these punters arrested who were promptly fined five dollars apiece As nuisances soundly lectured by an unfeeling judge and compelled to apologize to the lady with the erotic locks. What a Blessing to civilization it would be if there were forty such girls in every City in the land. The East. The two thousand i tiers of the Pennsylvania c Oal t oin Pauy were informed As they Woreleaving work near Scranton on the 22d that a a shut Down Quot had been decided upon to take place at once. Unusually High tides and heavy seas had on the 22tl. Wrought sat inv of along the new Jersey coast and the damage to a property Wou lil amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars fire de troyed the court House and City Hall at Dover a. In on the 23d. Herb von Bulow the great musician arrived at new York from Europe on the �?~2kt on the 24th Albert Lindstrom shot Emily Schencke and killed himself at Worcester mass. The woman had refused to Many Hutn. Four steamships landed 1,030 immigrants at Castle Garden. New York on the 24th the failure of the Bullard Art publishing i company of Worcester blass., occur Ned on the 23d for #150,000. The House and barn of Henry Wesson near Grafton. Mass., wore burned on the j 24th, and s7,000 in Money in the Bonne and eleven head of Cattherin the barn were destroyed by the flame in the Pitta on a Region All the Collier ies notified the men on the 25th of a suspension of six weeks Dura Iuit. About ten thousand men and boy w Ere affected by the suspension. The mind of the famous authoress mrs Harriet Teecher Stowe was of the 2thsaid to have become clouded and she was As regards intellectuality a Mere a child on the 2�th thou pins Warner a Farmer of Clifton Springs. N. Fell into a pig in cd and was set upon and killed by hogs. The death of Theodore Steinway of the firm of Steinway a sons. Piano manufacturers of new York occurred on the 26th at Brunsw ick Germany. E cum Minos a co., of Boston leather dealers failed on the 2ifh for $505000. Fire destroyed a Large shoe factors in Brooklyn n. Y., on the 26th causing a loss of 9100 000. Many of the late hum Rcd employees were obliged to jump from High windows and Twenty three were badly injured West Ano South. Monroe Wilkinson coloured was hanged on the22dat Scottsville ky., for the murder of Berry Manion coloured of the 22d of september last. Is the storm that swept Over new a Hanover county n. C., on the 22d, Benjamin months a foreign intelligence. The mexican government had taken Stejr on the 22d to prevent the introduction into that country of american Laid owing to the reported adulteration in that article. In Many parts ofprussian Silesia serious floods were prevailing on the 23d, several Small towns i to ing submerged and the i eople made homeless fire nearly destroyed Tho town of Pinska in West Russia on the 23d, and six Piersons were killed and a Gieit Many others injured c Choi a was raging on the 2�?�l at Zamb Ananin the philippine islands and yellow fever was fast lie coming epidemic in Cuba. In an interview do the 28d sir George Gray sex governor of new zealand said Liat America would become the leading Anglo Saxon race and w Ould displace England from the position shy now holds. In a storm on the 22d a French torpedo i boat foundered off t her bout and her i Captain Anil fourteen of her Crew Scro drowned. The acadian government on Tho _.&Gt&Ltlde-1 cited to renew the Issue of licenses to 1 american Fisli Eronen. Under the modes Visendi in connection with a he fishery treaty negotiated at Washington last year a Lio at containing seven teen Jar sons enjoying a sail on Lake to Hapala on tiie a it the. In the state of Jalisco. Blex. Was capsized by a it Rale and All Wei drow Ned in a Hospital at Florence Italy sixty i sudden deaths have occur Ned and the authentic on the Vth were trying to find whether bad food or cholera caused extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United slates to great Fri am. Murat Husn and of Ohio lobe envoy f extra Ordinary and minister plenipotentiary too. R Ninny. ,. Allen Thorndyke Rico of new 5 Ork to to envoy extraordinary and minister pit Iopu it ten t Ury of the United states Russia. Patrick Egan of Nebraska to in envoy extraordinary and minister pen pot Nymry of the untied states to Ceil. Thomas Ryan of Kansas Tobe envoy extraordinary and minister plan Poteni Ury of the United states to Mexico. John Hicks of Wisconsin to l c envoy exp my my hat Hals fad. And min Ster plenipotentiary the a his Ese minister at Washington exp it ends More Money in telegrams and Cable diaspch08 than the government of the United states. In communicating with the chinese govern rant he makes use of a cipher but As his dispatches Cost four dollars a word Bis Are enormous. His expenditures in telegraphing reach an average of $1,000 a week. Recently he spent $2,000 in ending dispatches to China regarding the Milwaukee riots. His Cable message to China go to Havre from there to Aden then across the arabian sea through hindus to a and Siam to Pekin. Herr Krupp the Cannon maker Baron von Rothschild cart Frankfort and Herr von ble Schweber the Blind Bunker of Berlin Are the three richest n a a Germany according to the Berlin income list recently published. Moore was killed Ity Tail stones. the 22<i Wesley Cornell n prominent and Well to do Farmer of Deer Creek township ind., committed suicide. The execution of Timothy and Peter Barrett two Brothers took Dace at Minneapolis on the 22d for the murder of a Man named Telefsen a Street car Driver on the night of july 26, i&�7. In the Bluffs on the Missouri River opposite Townsend m. T., Placer Gold w As on the 23d said to have been discovered. In a fit of jealousy on the 23d John foe sett of Hillsboro ind., shot and killed his wife. Notice was Given by the Illinois Central Railroad company on the 23d that it would no longer ship liquors into the Interior of Iowa from Dubuque and that the goods would not be carried in disguise. Flames swept away the Plant of the moot an6 provision company at 8l Paul Minn on the 24th, cause Reg a loss of #200,000. The firm of Wahlman Ltd grip extensive contractors and builders at is Heining Mich failed on the 23d for #100,000. the 23d Adam York a Farmer living near Peru ind., placed some Sticks of Dyna mite in a stove to dry when an explosion occurred which wrecked the building and killed his wife and daughter. . York had become insane from grief. The Northern Pacific Railroad company on the 23d secured control of the 5 Wisconsin Central Railroad Aud through it an Entrance to Chicago. The funeral services Over the remains of the late associate Justice Stanley Matt he a were held on the 25th at the family rest Dence in Washington after which the re Mains were taken to Cincinnati for inter ment in Spring Grove cemetery. Flames destroyed the entire business por ton of the Village of Kenny he on the 2� it Ali. A at it a Paul on the 23th, William Clinch Man aged fifteen years believing a revolver to be empty shot and fatally wounded Birdie Lucan. Albert Thomas held his wife in the River on the 23th at Blakely ga., till she w As drowned. Rosanna Mccormick aged sixty five years an eccentric character who resided neat the White Sulphur Springs Virginia for Many years was found dead in her Home on the 25th she waa w Ell known to thousands who hav visited the Springs. Advices of the 25th from Cheboygan Mich., my the ice in the Straits had begun to move and that steamers could get through the Straite did not open last year until May 5. Out them. ,. All Over the isthmus commercial interests were on the 23th reported As living virtual v wrecked by the stoppage of work on the Panama canal. It was decided by the Holland ministry on the 26th thd Ink William was no longer in a condition to reign and announced that a Regent would lie appointed the Steamer octian having a Large exclusion party on Board foundered recently on Lake Guadalajara Mexico and Over fifty lives were lost. the 26th King Charles my hew. Trinco Ferdinand was proclaimed Row n i Rifice of Roumania. the 20th 5v. A. Harvey a Book keeper at Guelph on was Arr�vd Tor embezzling #4 <>00from his employer j. W. Lyon. To was released on bail and going Home fatally shot his wife and two daughters. He w As arrested in an insane condition. It was stated by the governor of lower California on the 26th that the discoveries a at the Santa Clara placers had been exaggerated and Only practical miners were finding Gold. Iff Manilla on the 26th the Spanish mail Steamer Mimi anic was sunk by a collision with another Steamer and thirty of be Crew and pass eng is were Dro a Neil later. John Bright the eminent English statesman. Died in London on the morning of the the aged seventy eight year in August s57, or. Bright wits elected to parliament rom Birmingham which Borough he had once continued to represent he waa specially distinguished As a speaker of remarkable eloquence and Power. He w As luring the civil War in this country a warm Ltd avowed Friend of the Union cause. President Harrison on the 27th issued a proclamation opening the Oklahoma lauds to settlement on april 22. At a Railroad crossing at ia Row w is., an the 27th mrs. William a Mac w As instant killed by a switch engine and her husband was fatally injured. Prairie fires were raging on the a the in yearns county Minn. The High wind Hail married the flames into the Woods Ami much Lamarc w As living done. Nicholas Mead a waiter in the Revere House at Boston shot mrs. Samuel tuck and her boy on the 27th and then killed himself the United states Consul at Colon re ported on the 27th that w Ork along the pan Una canal had entirely ceased. A fire on the 27th at Scranton ta., do stroked the Wilry goods Stock of Clelland Kiu Peon a Tarkir. Valued at 9200,000. The strike of the ten thousand Weaver at fall Oiiver. A tvs came to an end on the j7th, the Trike the returning to work at the old wages. James Turner and Mack Francis were hanged on the 27th at i it a a it anon tenn., Foi Tho murder of Lew Martin. They con leased their guilt on the scaffold. The discovery was made of Tho 27th that the Boum Lary Niue Between California and in w or California As fixed by the treaty of Guadaloupe. Should let a sixty Miles South of the line now recognized and that therefore Ensenada and the alleged Gold Fields Art w within United states territory. Eight business houses at Havana were burned on t he 27th. Harry Paine a ten year old boy of Roanoke a w4s killed on the 27th by i Bat in the hands of a Young Cloree companion. The foundry and machine shops of Mcintosh a Hemphill at Pittsburgh a were a turned on the 27th in Oss $ 1 tx�,0uu Sperry a co., of san Francisco donated Fittz tons of flour to the sufferers in him f rom famine and to it formed part of the of the City of Pekin which sailed from Thi Golden Gate on tin 2�th. \ Church and five business building were destroyed by fire at weft Haven conn., on the 2�tit. Ppe ides h4rki80k Quot it Quot Ltd the follow to 00ml,.u0m to the sent, on . Robert t Lincoln of i mole. To be mini Ter to Lonj Flond Murm Halstead of Ohio mining a to Germany Allen Thorndyke Rice of new York minister to Russia Patrick Egan of Nebraska i tester to it Chili Thomas Ryan of Kansas minister u Mexico John Hicks of Wisconsin minis to Peru and George b. Loring of mass a Ehu setts. Minister to Portugal Many pro Vlious appointments were confirmed. Tra Ordinary the United s"utc3 to Peru. A ears a a b. Loring of Massachusetts to be minister resident and Consul general of the United slates to Portugal. Justice Marion Erwin of Georgia to be United states attorney for the Southern distort of Georgia. Tyre Glenn of North Carolina to i Tel a stash marshal for the Western District of North Carolina. James Church a of m sour to be Surveyor of customs for the Roll of St Louis. Among a Lotus Bat of postmasters Nomi Nab d w Ere the following a Piney. Iii., v. Wilcox Rice Lake it wis., E Wun Guild Cresco la., w. B. Webster confirmation. The Senate on wednesday confirmed the follow ing nominations Francis e. Warren. Governor of Wyoming t or Story Benjamin f. White governor of Montana Robert v. Belt assistant cd it Wiy sooner of Lilian affairs Charles. Waters United states attorney for the Eastern uis found to de Oto himself Moro to social affairs and also to travel abroad. He has a flue presence a genial manner and immense Energy. He has always been a Republican of a very pronounced Type. Patrick Egan named As mister to Chili was born in Ireland some 17 years ago. He became a merchant in Dublin and took an Active part in the Irish National movement lie was an ardent Home ruler and was one of Parnell s Active lieutenants. . Egan made treasurer of the land league and during the persecutions of the members of that organization he moved to Paris where the fun is of the league would be Safe from the British government. The events which made it impossible for or. Estran to continue his residence in Ireland Are too Well known to Reed reciting in iss2 he left Paris and sought a permanent Home in the l United states. Lie settled at Lincoln neb., where he engaged in business and to still makes his Homo there. Thomas Ryan of Kansas Nam it d As minister to Mexico is a native of new 3 Ork where 1 he was born in 1s37. Lie served during the i War As a Volunteer was severely wounded and emerged As a Captain in 1 Mil. Smice that he has held various Legal positions in Kansas and has been a representative in Congress for six a Cees pc congresses he was re elected last fall to the next of Intiso. I is motive for seeking an appoint mom in the fore in service was Chi Fly poverty. At the City of mex co he will receive a salary of 112 000 a year and can save As much of it As he Wsbcs by practising Economy. John Hicks who w 11 go to Peru As minister of the United states is a native american a years of age. He comes from Ghosh the j Home of senator Sawyer and is proprietor and editor of the Oshkosh North Western. He Lias it several times been elected president of the Wisconsin state pre its assocat�on, As never before held Publicoffice. He is said to i be a Man of ability Well educated of excellent habits and possessed of moderate Means though by no Means Rich. His appointment was urged by senators Sawyer and Spooner. Allen Thorndyke Rice nominated to be min is Tor to Russia was born in Massachusetts in 1 in in. He is a graduate of Oxford i diversity England and since 1w� a been editor and proprietor of the Norilia american review. He Iilo holds a controlling interest in a prominent parisian newspaper to Matin and has contributed largely to literature while taking an Seti pc part in politics. George Baib y luring of Massachusetts is beat known because of his connection with the 1 top in ment of agriculture of which he was comm Simu i from so to l45. He is 72 years of age anti is a Harvard graduate. . Loring has been Long in Public life beginning As a my Peon m the Marine Hospital at Chelsea in 1m�?~.�, and at other times being postmaster Centennial a and congressman. A like Well spent. Death of .Filin Bright lbs a real English St a to May i Ami one of a a a my a St no it to a >111 �1 my a a Leru times sketch a of his career. London. Marc h 2s. . John Bri it Hraioyloek gusto inlay morning was pm caul and Jia Inosa Iio in a eos Nat use Toni lotion Muco allot jus family were a death bed the House of commons i Erht Hon. William ii Smith Tho government Leader with Muc h a motion referred to the death of or. Jehu Bright he said that would postpone his remarks or. Bre glut until Friday Gladstone would be present honors. President Harrison ills Cabinet and a other distinguished persons attn Ltd the simple but impressive services Over the remains of the Laite Justice Matthews the Lindy of the dead Jurist taken to Cincinnati. Washington March 26. Funeral services Ever the remains of the late associate Justice Stanley Matthews were held yesterday afternoon at the family residence. The remains Lay in to amp music room adjoining Tho reception Rorum on the South and the apartment was almost filled w Ith Flowers. I he casket was covered with cloth and was ornamented w Ith Silver rails and handles. the cover was a Silver plate bearing the inscription a Stanley Matthews born july 21. Ls�?Tl i to March 22, iss a t Michigan legislature. Sisro. 45. Michigan state news rat did his end had lain tuesday. its a fire spa think Egan. Strict of Arkansas Oscar m. Spellman 1 Nite l j states m Irshal for the e Stern d strict of Arkansas Walter p. Corbett. United state marshal for the Southern District of Georgia. The nominations of Lewis Skol Fly to Imp governor of Arizona and of John. Now to let a Consul general to London were reported favourably from committee but under individual objection they went Over until the next executive by Mcd when they will be Confirmedbiographical. Robert Todd Lincoln is the oily survivor of the family of Abraham l Lncoln. Ii a was Tho eldest son and was born at the Oldal be tavern in Springfield. 111., August 1, is43. He attended a private school at Springfield and the state University until the year of his father s Flection to the presidency when he entered Harvard lie graduated in the Early summer of let i and the following autumn entered Tho Law school of the University but in february. Sta was appointed to a captaincy on general a rant s staff. To served until june of that j. When the War closed. He witnessed Tho surrender of in dec at Appomattox and was the first Man to carry the news in person to his father the president. After completing his course at the Harvard Law school or. Lincoln came to cd Cago. He was a in Ted to the bar in february a sgt and has since prac to ced his pro session. Lie is a member of the firm of Isham Lincoln and Beale in is a a or. Lincoln married miss Mary Harlan daughter of sex senator Harlan of Iowa. In 1kl or. Lincoln was a Delegate to the Republican Sutz convention and was selected a Delegate to the National convention but his place was tilled by Stephen a. Douglas or or. Lincoln had b in mentioned for the presidency and received a few votes at that convention. He was chosen a presidential elector for Illinois in the Campaign that followed and when president Garfield was making up his cab net or. Lincoln was placed at the head of the a department. He along a of the Garfield ministry Rema Ned in office during the admin Stra Tion or president Arthur. Leaving the Cabinet on the accession of president Cleveland or. L Lncoln retired from politics. Murat Halstead nominated for in Ted states minister to g pm my was born in 1k29 at Ross Butler county of. Aud spent his it nor ii on a farm. At 18 h newspapers. In 11 be Fin Shch a his schooling at Farmer s College near ii c Ninati and Tsien decided to s u by Law of which he soon tired. He d�?T1 local mrs Narer report Ngen several Cincinnati Pap re and in 183 Beeann manager of a department of the Cincinnati commercial the following year he Acque red a Santa Crest in the paper and it b rapidly to increase in c Raul atom and in Unen co so that in it was cons dered one of the most poem newspaper West. Hiie Rani cd a of a we Lect my news. Aet by on of raging writer in Small towns he built up a efficient new i serv be. In lf7�th<pn Reri Encel a Check an for Soin t tme or. Halstead a 1 nes Dot not is always fall pleasant places. He Lufecd id paper to its old place a thought and a us an i the i Oman re Al c a Lunt g w the the go exit to Riv to it an a a of in lie of when or. . Morley thanked or Smith for Hin consideration in regard to or. Hailstone. . Bright repro Henu d the Central division of Birmingham in the House. London March a a a the funeral of John Bright will take place at Rochdale on saturday. It will be end itch d As privately a Possilico and the Lody will be interred in the Quaker burying ground. Dublin March >�?United Ireland in obituary notice of John Bright says Laud forgets All her grievances against him at the open grave Aud Rem. Mimi s Only his priceless services of old Days. I he real John Bright died three years Ago�?� John Bright was born near Rochdale England november 11�, 1s11. About ht0he became a personal and pol t Cal find of Richard cob Den and gained distinction As an orator of the ant Corn Iaw league in advocacy of which he address a Many Public meetings. He was elected a member of parliament Tor tin cd to of Durham in Lslie and was returned for Manchester in xi7. Cobden and Bright became the principal leaders of the Manchester school or party which was not identified with either of the great political parties but advocated a Pacific Ion Dan policy and electoral Reform. . Bright was Defeated in the election of 1857 because he had opposed the crimean War but he was elected to sesame year by the l Beral voters of Birmingham which i City he cont no d to represent for Many years. A during the great civil War in the i Steff states he expressed his sympathy for the i Nion s cause m several eloquent speeches. After therefore Bll of Huss la and Gladstone had been rejected by the House of commons in 180i or. Bright advocated the cause of electoral Reform by vehement speeches at immense Public meetings in London. Manchester Birmingham and other places. Referring to these speeches the european times remarked a a in All of or. Bright s previous career he has never put Forth such ext Ordinary Power such floods of the very h guest order of eloquence on the great ques Tion of the Day As during the last four months a in is<17 the friends of Reform triumphed and procured the passage of a granting Tho right of suffrage to every Householder in a Borough. . Bright entered the Cabinet Farmed by or. Gladstone in w8, As president of the Board of Trade and resigned the office on account of ill health in Muy 1h71. When Gladstone returned to Power in 1840 or. Bright became Chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster but resigned in 1w2 when the government began War in Egypt. His separation from the bulk of the Liberal party on Tho Irish question is the Only incident in his career which really dimmed its splendor. He had always been an uncompromising champon of Irish wrongs and jus titled Irish turbulence and disorder in View of the treatment of the nation by the govern ment until the franchise brought eighty a x Irish members into the House when to became completely alienated from the cause i and proved one of the most powerful oppo i cents to or. Gladstone a scheme of Homo Rule. . Bright was married in it Fps to Elizabeth Priestman of Newcastle. Ils wife died in 18h, and to was afterwards married in Injo to Margaret Lett am daughter of banker of Wakefield. He leaves four sons and three daughters. The face and bust of the Degeare d were exposed to View and Presern Ted a lifelike Anpelt on the ca8k�t were Bunches of lilies of the Valley. A. Laurel Wreath Ami a Large Wreath of White roses tied with purple ribbon were received from Justice and mrs. Field the piano was covered with offerings Fri it a friends the principal one being a massive Pillow of White roses from president and mrs. Olarri Sou. the face of the Pillow in pure Martelles was imbedded the sentiment s�y not Good night l it in some by glitter cd ire b cd me Good �?�morning�?T�?T a Large Wreath of White roses from the dead justices surviving comrades of the con Mandery of the District of olumpia order of the legion of Honor was prom input on the music stand then were in attendance Largo number of Groin in it persons in nil ranks of official life besides Many family friends. Among tip ear lie to arrivals Wei the Mem hers of the supreme court who had so ats in the room where the Bier stood in Thi room were also the president and \ ice president Tho members Ltd the Abinet and the family. The Predential party gathered at the White House at 12 30 and arrived at the residence at 1 o clock the hour fixed for the beginning of the services. The members of the party came in the following order pres Dent Harrison and Are. Blaine Secre tary blame and mrs. Mckee Postmastergen eral w Ana maker and mrs. Russell Harrison secretaries a Izidoro Proctor. Rusk and Noble attorney general Miller private Secretary Halford and Russell ii. Harrison. Admiral Porter represented the Navy. Vice preside no Morton arrived a few min uts Indore the a president. Among those who were present were Seua Tois Butler Hoar Farwell Sherman Payne Evaris Morrill Hale May do son. Cockrell Call and paddock sex senators j. E. Mcdonald an v once sex speaker Carlisle representatives Mckinley Springer Cabot Lodge Butterworth and a Cox inter swale of Merce commissioner Schoon Tanker ex-Attorncy-ceaeral Garland jul be is of the court of claims judges Lwagner and a. Bradley of the District courts judge Wylie sex secretory Hugh me Cui Loch sex postmaster a neral Horatio King lev. Father p. S. Cooney of notre Dama University Indiana b. 11. Warder 1 Rof. Alexander Graham or. Carter colonel John Hay Admiral a Dhount president Welling of the Columbia University and Rev. . W a Knop. The services w hich were conducted by Rev. S. Hamlin of the Church of the covenant Aud Rev. . Leonard Rector of the so Johns episcopal Church were Brief. . Hamlin began with a Short invocation and closed with the lord a prayer in which Many persons present joined. The Schubert male Quartetti Sang a Jerusalem the Golden Justice Matthews favorite hymn. . Leonard read Paul s assertion and description of the resurrection in the fifteenth chapter of the first epistle to the corinthians beginning at the twentieth verse. Then the Quartetti Sang a abide with me and or. Hamlin made a closing prayer. At 3 o clock the remains were taken to the Baltimore a Ohio depot to he conveyed to Glendale it judge Matthews country Home near Cincinnati services will he held there and the interment will be at Spring Grove emcee by. Justices Gre in Blatchford Harlan and Lamar accompany Tho remains to Cincinnati. The family of the deceased has selected Tut honorary pall bearers in add lotion to the justices of the sup Reune court sex president Hayes judge Howell e. Jackson judge George r. Sage John w. Herron w. M. Proctor s. J. Thompson and Al w. Hughes j Senate wore passed on the 10th to Amend the charter of boy City to Amend the Charleroi Marine City to authorize proceedings to quiet titles in certain cases in Charlevoix county ?-4. Rio for continuance of the state weather service a Jont Resolution ,o>0 for Michigan statues at Gettysburg and concurrent resolutions urging Congress to authorize the Secretary of War to order a Survey of the so p canal from Lake Superior to Lake Michigan. House were parsed for the better preservation of plans of surveys of county surveyors for conform no deeds and other instruments conveying real estate prohibiting the Sale of liquor in any place of amusement or adjacent room by a vote of 61 to 13 requiring the consent of parents or guardians of mule persons under Twenty one years and females under eighteen to be filed with county clerks As a basis of the marriage License authorizing Charlevoix county to construct a Bridge across Bear Lake requiring a record of mechanics liens and other attachments in full in the Reg Stry of deeds to Amend the charter of Kalamazoo City $r>,00d for the mining school at Houghton to Amend the charter of St. Ign acc c to to regulate tolls for grinding Grain to for a record in the registry of deed of All decides affecting t ties to real estate making in up proper at on of f 1,6 1 for improvements at the Kalamazoo insane Asylum. Sedate among the passed on the 20th were the following to exempt Farmers Mutual insurance companies from the operation of Tho standar�1 policy Law to prevent Hunting rabbits with ferrets in Leno wee county to for the construction and maintenance of Bridges situated in two townships w Here one refuses to act to provde for the construction of Stone roads in Saginaw county. Hoosby a 11s were passed to incorporate the Village of Mcrrll, Saginaw county to g be the United states exclusive jurisdiction Over land to be occupied by government buildings in Tho City of Kalamazoo. Square to Amend the charter of Marine City St. Clair county to make an a proper ution of f4,3 0 for the support of the state weather service a joint Resolution approprating i ,600 for the dedication of the Mich pan monuments at Gettysburg incorporating Tho City of Ironwood m go Gebic county. Sfsats a were passed on the 21st to incorporate the Public schools in the township of Burt Alger county amending the charter of St. Ignace c to to for Security for costs in stay of judgments in circuit courts a of that county officers elected to fill vacancies May enter upon their duties immediately fixing the at five years when liens created by Levy of execute on on real is wite shall expire to for better of so France of orders promulgated by local boards of health and providing a penalty for non compliance to extend authority of the Mill a Mutual fire insurance companies making a of enter diversity of risks to for a More certain notice of Connau Ous disease to authorize incorporation of pipe line companies for the transportation of Petroleum and the for a consolidation of the Vllages a Sable and Oscoda under the name of City of a Sable was favourably reported. House the soldiers Home b 11 was passed the amount appropriated is #77,667 for the years of 1889 Wui 1800, ,8t# of w hich is to be expended this year and will cover the items of #12000 for a new dormitory #20,000 for a hos Pital Fviioo for improving grounds $2,500 for a barn and #4�?T.-. For a receiving vault. Senate on the 22d were passed Pnv d ing two voting precincts for Calumet in Houghton county House to pro Ide for building a Bridge across be a Lake in Charlevoix c Ranty 50 0 for the sup port of the upper Peninsula mining school Amend the Law w Ith reference to Legal Railroad fences to detach territory from Garfi id and attach to traverse in grand traverse Cut into. Adjourned to the 2jtb. House were passed for the Relief of Cornelius Dwyer preventing property of his deceased w Ife from Esch eating to the state to incorporate the Eity of Bessemer and to Logay ize Certa n township Bond of Briley Montgomery county. . Connors extending the limit of the capital of private corporations from #5,010,0 0 to #10,Owoo was killed. Adjourned to the 25th. Senate were passed on the 2th for the Purchase of a cooking Range and other utensils at the state House of correction at Ionia to increase the salary of Avne county Deputy sheriffs from #h>0 to ?i,oo0l House Blls authorising the formation of companies for the improvement of Rivers forming the Boundary line Between the states to incorporate the Village of Merrill in Saginaw county. House no business of importance was transacted. Chw Quot to of the their first caucus. Detroit women nominate a cd a dlr late Foi school Iii a Ector. The first political caucus Ever held by the women of Michigan was held in the second Ward of Detroit a few evenings ago. Thuv recent Law is ironed by the governor enable women to hold tin office of school inspect and to vote for Caius Daten for that office at the meeting there was a Large attendance a and immense enthusiasm. Misso. W. Bates was made chairman and miss Alice e. Ives Secretary. The convention was entirely harmonious and a 7dm Sarah e. Preston a woman Well known Lor her Charity was unanimously nominate i for school inspector Ami accepted. An attempt would lie made to have the old parties endorse the women s candidate. To Tere would be four candidates placed in the Field by the women. Woman nut rapists. The Michigan equal suffrage association at its session in Lansing recently elected the following officers 4 mrs. Mary l. Doe Bay City president mrs. Mary i. Knaggs Bay City corresponding Secretary mrs. P. B. Wheatfield. Grand rapids recording Secretary mrs. Sarah 5v Ellis Manistee treasurer and a director from each congressional District in liter annual address mrs i of. Said the current was sweeping womankind Onward Tow Ard Complete Legal and political a Quality. She said woman never organized for a bad purpose and if the present legislature did not take favourable action they would continue to work and Pray until one could be found Wise and just enough to answer their prayers. I a crts a Al at the altar. The other night a Happy wedding party assembled at the residence of William re in in ton in Titre it miss Emma Remington was to marry William Jones. The guests and the Parson waited two hours but Jones failed to put in an Appe Remde and it was whispered around that he had played the Bride expectant false. 1 a is came to miss Remington s ears and she fell in a dead faint. The guests were dismissed and physicians called in. About the same hour Jones and miss Agnes Brown of Windsor called at the residence of or. Wilson a methodist preach or and were married taking a train for the South. Killed a dive keeper. Charles Smith who kept a Low dive at Hei it Ovir Aii was pitied the other night by sheriff Layes who went to the House to a pie 1 a disturbance Hayes remonstrated with Smith who became enraged and drawing a revolver commenced firing. He seriously wounded marshal Bouchard who Hai a uttered die House soon after Hayes. His second shot passed through the hat of a instable Ming. A fierce encounter then took place Between Hayes and Smith Hayes shooting Bmith in the Throat and Side. The last wound inflicted injuries front which Smith died in a few moments. Great damage. At last. To lib pro la Leut issues a proclamation to la re a win in open to settlement a portion a of Oklahoma settlers however May not enter before april 22, under 1 Ain or being debarred from Entrance forever. Washington March 2a-thc president yesterday issued a proclamation opening to settlement under Tho recent acts of Congress the hands in the Indian territory ceded to the United states by the Creek and Seminole indians. By the terms of the proclamation the lands Are Only open to Homestead entry and sections 16 and 3i> in each township Are reserved for Public school purposes. The proc i Lamarion goes into effect on april 22 at noon and All ii sons Are warned not to enter Ute on or occupy atty of wind lands let a began it Foru t int under penalty of being for Ever Debarre d from acquiring any lands or rights therein the lands comprise All the Western half of the Creek nation and that portion of the hem mole nation ceded a it the United states by the treaty of june 14, 1886. The commissioner of the general land office has established two land offices in the territory of Oklahoma. One for the Western District is located at King i Gher stage station und the other for the Eastern District is located at Guthrie her reason dethroned. The mind Oftle a Eamons Anthor Eirno Harriet Beecher mtg a we a Blanks she is l Nablo to it it ice Cognize old friends her relatives dismayed. New York March 26�?a s it a a ital from Hartford reports that mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe has recovered physically from the attack of sickness which last summer threatened to Cut Short her life but her mind is shattered and intellectually she is but a child her Frie Rais will not say that she is insane nor that she is an imbecile but her mind is Al most completely lbs Stowe. Gone. Her memory that of a baby. When former dear friends visit Here people whom she known for years a Ehe greets them with a vacant stare so indicative a symptom of cases of that kind. It it of course mrs Stowe s relatives View All this with feelings of dismay but they have now Bee on reconciled to the change and her whims Are treated with the Utin Ltd to tenderness l or some it was Given out that mrs. Stowe dial not recognize her friends la cause of failing Over ight but this excuse is no longer alluded u Rud the fact that she is now no longer mentally capable is recognized by every one. It was also for a Long thought to be an attribute of Genius when mrs. Stowe showed these but the Genius which made Uncle Tom s Cabin the most popular Book of the Century has departed i to father of mrs. Stowe Rev. Lyman Beecher passed the Clewing y�u8 of his life with a Cloud resting Over his mind his symptoms were greatly similar to those of mrs. Stowe. Is a i,n�4 of hundreds of thousands of do Al Lar a Worth of property report a As a result of the late severe storm along the new Jersey Anil Long islam Oast. New York. March 23�?unusually High tiles and heavy seas wrought sad havoc along the new Jersey and Long Island coasts thursday and the damage to property will amount to i Aldreds of thousands of dollars. At Coney Island the water surged Bock Over the Meadows in the direction of Sheepshead even the race course being submerged the Asphalt pavement on the walk to Brighton Beach is badly damaged at West Brighton the bulkheads about the new Iron pier and some of the Small Frame buildings on surf Avenue have suffered some damage. At Seabright n. A. Tint heavy sea carried away the bulkheads of John p. Duncan w. J. Biker f. D. Harmon Wheeler h Peckham and others and undermined the cottage of mrs. Christian Herter. At Monmouth Beach e. L. Keys cottage in badly Date age a. At Long Branch the Beach is broken up into Ocean Avenue. Campbells massive Concrete Bulkhead has toppled Over. The new Jersey Southern Railroad tracks Between Seabright and Highlands is covered with Gaud which is thrown out by the Ocean faster than a gang of labourers can shovel it away. At Atlantic City the damage is very great. The Board walk along the Beach has been washed away from Mississippi to Michigan avenues. Bath houses pavilions and other Small structures near the Beach have been demolished All along the Beach and for 3 h Hundred feet up the avenues debris is strewn on All sides while Down at the lower end it is piled up at some Points to a height of ten feet. Several families living near the Beach had barely to escape before their houses succumbed to the Waves. He dabbled in stocks. Hancock Mich., March 26.-experts sent Here by the Standard Oil company have discovered a shortage of #16,600 or More in Tho books of Martin 11 Goldsworthy manager of the company for the Lake Superior Region. Goldsworthy became frightened last wednesday and took Atraz a for Toronto. Goldsworthy is an old resident and has been held in Hirsh esteem. For the last two years he has been dabbling in mining stocks and the recent heavy decline carried him under. His Bondsmen Are liable tothe extant of Many thousands. A the of col to Jinjr Al no and or a x it Jim Arel again a tender 6 a ram a end. Party in Zette in Nel Al y been i to it of in 1 1 Ubl can. Monte Carlos Reezor a pahs March 28. Twenty one i cider occurred to Monte Carlo during january and february and several Are reported to have taken place during the present month. This season considered to have let Een thus far the most prosperous in the history of the of l he print file of Ali on inn to co Mere pc a 7 j winnings of the Bank in Gebru a i it so Ceu 1�0 i it i or. The great calf Case. Another or Els Ion in the famous Iowa lit gallon but the end still far away. Waterloo la., March 26.-the Jones county calf Case is not ended by any moans. It has been in the courts since is a and grew out of trouble Over four calves valued at #4-3. Judge line ban on monday filed his decision overruling the motion of the defendants for judgment against the plaintiff a because of the special findings of the jury and tendered judgment against All the defendants except Harman Keller who died last week for $1,660 Ami costs which amount to #3,506. The defendants will take thanase to the supreme court. Father and son killed. Meriden conu., March 26�?owen Mcgoldrick aged 50 years and his son James aged 20 years w Hile crossing the Railroad tracks it the Coli it or Street crossing in a Buckl it Oard were run into and both kilted by a North Boural train monday night 1 he Nten were thrown thirty feet in the air. The horse escaped uninjured. A fatal collapse of a building. Binghamton n. Y., March 26�?z�?a three Story Brick Block in process of construction collated in this City monday morning. About a dozen workmen were in the build ing a Fred Purcell a tinsmith w As killed and James h. Smith and Youmans Thomp son were seriously injured. Points about plants. doors plants that Havo been out through the summer need a gradual change to confined rooms and heated air. In Quot window gardening it should be remembered that to Havo All degrees or temperature at command from freezing to torrid. Shelves or brackets at different Heights should be provided to meet the requirements of heat needed by different plants. Most plants will do Well in West windows if the conditions Are right for them but North windows Are not favourable for the growth of Ordinary House plants. Ferns and Many kinds of plants cultivated for their foliage will however succeed in North windows. In your Flower Beds out of doors you frequently Hoe and stir the soil Don t neglect it after the plants Are patted and in Winter quarters. Stir the soil with a Fork or other Small instrument never allow it to bake on top. Keep it Welt loosened so that the water May readily go to the roots study your plants. Notice their drinking habits. You will soon find out which needs the most water. You will and they will take but very Little if the Day is dark if it is pleasant they will require More. Especially the first part of Winter is this noticeable the Days Are Short and often Cloudy. The plants have not filled the pots with roots therefore it is better to be on the Sale Side and net give too much water after of a a try Day. february 3 Jacob Burnstein a wealthy junk dealer of Detroit married in a Kron Trow he. Chicago. The Happy cd male immediately returned to Detroit and settled Down to it it housekeeping. Mrs. Bumstein has now lie gun action for divorce and in her Tea she sets Forth that her husband began it system of abuse immediately after their marriage and los kept it up during All the fort Days that have elapsed since he took ids vows to cherish her. Bumstein is Worth 3206,4 60, and the outraged wife wants a fair share of the wealth As Well a a decree of divorce. Shot i brother in Law. Charles guest who had been in new Mexico for the past three years returned to his Home at mount Clemens the other evening. The first warning of his apr Tearance was upon his entering the Back door of Frank Keifert a his brother in Laws House with a pistol in each hand exclaiming a live come to kill you Both�?� he began firing at once and two bullets passed through Seifertt a body below the kidneys. He could not recover. Four shots were of try a in All hut mrs. Seifert w As not hit. Gunst escaped. Elope a with a negro miss Evelyn Weller a Laugher of a respectable family living in West Detroit eloped recently with Henderson Smith a negro Black As the Little Casino Aud twice her age. The couple went to Wyandotte ten Mies away and called upon a Justice of the peace w to suffers from defective vision. He was evidently color Blind for he married the Couit in without a question and the precious pair have settled Down to life in Detroit. Ill Alfh in Michigan. Reports to the state Board of health by fifty one observers in different parts of the state for the week ending on the 16th indicated that inflammation of the kidneys influenza consumption of the lungs aral bronchitis decreased in area of prevalence. Diphtheria w As reported at two Lve places Scarlet fever at eighteen typhoid fever at eight measles at five and Small pox at four places. Short but newsy items. Mrs. Macdonald widow of the late lieutenant governor has taken the management of the Estat into her own hands. Scar Latina is Sci it red among horses in Jackson county. The port Huron w Ells Are reported exhausted. Pc a Man Rameil Daugherty aged seventy years was recently arrested in Alpena charged with a minimally assaulting three Little girls from ten to fourteen y�3ars old. E. R Skinner and sixth five years of Hadley blew out fits brains with a revolver the Othir night the 15th of april is the latest Date on which vessel men at Saidt Sofce. Marie will Dace the opening of navigation. I Here was not a bit of ice at Whitefish Point and the ice in the Soo River was fast going. The other night the body of a female infant wrapped in a shawl was found und r a sidewalk in port Huron. Hove k Shelton Brothers saw Mill at Auburn Bay county was burned a few nights ago w Ith a barn and four horses. Lore 12,666 no insurance. Wahlman a a grip of Islip Eming builders made an assignment a few Days ago to Edward it. Hall of the a ship Eining National Bank. The liabilities and assets were unknown but the former Are supposed to be Between #160,606 and #150,060. Father j. B. Verkamp. Founder aral head of the St. Francis Convent at Cross 5illage, died recently at that place. Mra Hanibal Lee of Green Oak one of the first women married in Livingston county and Mother of Giles Lee for years chairman of the Board of Supei Viers in that county died the other Day. Philip h. Emerson a former associate Justice of the supreme court of Utah died the Oiler night at Ogden of heart disease. He was once a resident of Battle Creek and was a member of the Michigan Senate. The United states grand jury presented forty indictments in Detroit recently. This Matie a total of fifty one. Neet before had so Many indictments of serious offences been made at any one of the sittings there. The handle factory and planing mall owned and operated by j. V. P. Kennedy a co., at Tustin was burned the other morning lore #3,466 partly insured. 8teck k Hanlon Carriage makers at Sault be. Marie made an assignment a few Days ago. Their liabilities were 035,000 assets unknown. The other morning fire destroyed a boarding House at Ludington mine and damaged a Large business Block entailing a lore of 912,060. Thomas Nelson aged ten years living near the a Village of Elk was accidentally shot by his brother John the other morning while the two were running to shoot a Crow with a shot gun. He died in three hours. ? n. 7

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