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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 11, 1895, South Haven, MichiganHave a vol. Xxviii South Zeh a a to ii is Miqu a St a x895. More delay. It 1� now decided that the reason to 1 Toivio tll0 w6fik. A it men do not think before they speak a that they can t think Quick enough. The Long distance Telephone Between Pari and London has Over 300 Calls a Day. At the rate two dollars for each Call it Paya invention is one the steady Hab to Connecticut last year one Patent was taken out for every 903 in Abitanta the state. Bill Cook the noted desperado who is under a forty fire year sentence has been put at work making shirts in the Albany Penitentiary. Under a Taw recently passed by the new York legislature and signed by the governor All cities in that state 10,000 inhabitants Orer Are compelled to establish and maintain free Public Bath houses. It seems that Many people in san Francisco save no their dead All the week in order to Hare the funeral sunday and a minister meeting was held the other Day in order to protest against the practice. Miss Braddon mrs. Maxwell the novelist will write no More novels after her present contracts Are filled. A couple years ago she finished her fiftieth Book ller first successful work a a lady Audley a secret a was published in 1863. To Spanish government shows its desire to be Friendly terms with the United states by acknowledging that the naval commander who fired the Alliance was in the wrong promising honorable satisfaction and to be More careful in the fun re. I King the civil War in this country from 1861 to 1865, the Union ordnance department served out to the army 7,882 cannons 4,022,000 rifles 2,360,000 equipments for foot and horse 12,000 tons powder 42,000 008 1.022,000,000 cartridges. The French language is so id to be losing ground so far As the number speaking it is concerted As compared with the English and German. The use English especially is sprawl log ail Over time world and it his fair to become the Universal language. Interesting news compilation. From Washington. A denial was made the report that the authorities at Washington were about to remove the embargo Canadian cattle which has been in operation for several years past in the seven Days ended the 3d there were 231 business failures in the United states against 230 the week previous and 233 in the corresponding time in 1801. During april the circulation All kinds Money in the United states in creased $15,240,700, making the total in circulation May 1 $1,500.424,154. Or $�?�j.97 per capita. As compared with May 1, 1894, the total circulation decreased 592,000,000. Exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended the 3d aggregated 81,094,322,825, against $903,540,137 the i pious week. The increase compared with the corresponding wee in 1804. Was 15.2. In the United states the risible sup Grain the 6th was to heat has Lead Era ply a 62,106.000 bushels Corn 9,354,000 bushels Oats 5.816,000 bushels Rye 127,000 bushels Barley 402,000 bushels. Before the supreme court arguments were begun in the reopened income tax a can a for la preacher assailed a woman in one his prayers in his Church. When called to answer in court he made the plea that it was addressed to the deity and permissible. The court held that spoken in the presence audience it v As not. Cases the East. Percentages the baseball clubs in the National league for the week ended the 4th were Pittsburgh .750 boo ton .667 Cleveland .667 Brooklyn .555 Baltimore .555 Chicago .500 new York .500 Cincinnati .462 Philadelphia .400 Louisville 333 Washington. 333 St Louis .307.forest fires destroyed do livers Large Sawmill located near Ketner a. Together with 10,000.000 feet lumber an engine House sixteen cars lumber and Coal eight dwellings an Oil Well and several thousand acres Timber land. Col. James Young the King Pennsylvania Farmers died at Middle town from the effects a runaway aged 75 years. In Philadelphia Mary j. Stanley 50 years old died from elephantiasis the disease having caused her weight to increase from 130 to 600 pounds. All Over the Pittsburgh District a general demand for higher wages was a tide by the ironworkers. Weary life Arthur Loomis aged a a 30, and miss Alzora Brockway aged therefore a too their own lives with Poison in Quot a Hen r howl at rom n y. By a cloudburst at Herrington kan., houses were swept away and Many horses cattle and hogs were drowned. The Republican members the Tennessee legislature decided to visit Evans at Chattanooga instead attending the inauguration Turney a governor. At new Orleans William p. Park Bouse was indicted for importing lottery tickets. It is a test Case the firs Ope under the Hoar Law passed by the last Bogress. The a boy pedestrian a Harry Chester left Chicago a tramp around the world. To will take the eastward route and expects to accomplish the walk in thirty months at Baltimore the forty sixth annual convention the american medical association opened with delegates present from every state in the Union. The historic Little curb built by Gen. Andrew Jackson and his wife near the Hermitage Nashville tenn., was badly damaged by a storm. Some 400 striking employees the Illinois steel company at South Chicago created a riot in which Many the rioters were injured by the police and two Uty tix were arrested. On the fort Wayne Road a train ran from Crestline o., to Chicago a distance 140 Miles in 2 hours and 46 minutes. The Ohio food commission s annual report showed that out 1,330 samples food Analysed 846 were adulterated. A a census Des Moines la., shows a population 70,000, an increase 20, Here 000 since 1800. Edna and Mary Snelling were drowned at Dardanelle ark., by the capsizing a boat. N Northern Illinois five the largest Coal mining companies combined in a fight for business against their competitors in other sections. Advices from Newton kan., say that Twenty five families rendered homeless by a recent Cyclone were help. The currency. On either Side the question. Speak to Ryan talk to Cook county lit Democrat Knott cite free coinage repudiation Cleveland s letter to a tone. 4 Chicago May 7,-delegates to the Cook a Euty democratic convention chosen for the purpose selecting 353 de Lego Tes to the Springfield monetary convention june 5, met saturday morning. Judge a Nimuel r. Mcconnell was chosen temporary president Cleveland for not carrying ont the promises which he was made president in regard to finances. A emr. Cleveland Quot said ��s�2� a a repudiated his party. To Day we rep Dante him. We stand Here to Day Ped la the cause Silver. The policy <3rover Cleveland is not the policy the democratic pm every note ranch against . Cleveland was met with cheers. The temporary organization was made permanent congressman w. Of Nebraska then addressed Tho convention. He received an enthusiastic reception As he Steppe it the platform . Bryan said he came to bring greetings from the democrats Nebraska who were first to raise the Standar to one. He was not he said to abuse . Cleveland but he con id not help protesting against Cleveland letter in saturday mornings papers which indicates that no Man has a right to hold office in this country unless he bows to the head the administration. It was nonsense continued the speaker to attempt to read out the party men who differed with Lam Eckels was perfectly harm not find their origin in Law Bat were born the needs Trade and he closed with the statement that the forces Fiat Silver currency irredeemable paper and their pop Listic allies can be permanently eradicated As factors worthy consideration and sources discontent and financial loss in but one Way and that lies through the Gateway sound monetary education.�?�. President declares that Democrat must not give up round Money. Jackson Misa May 7.�?gov. Stone has made Public a letter which he had just received from president Cleveland in which he earn mends the governors attitude the currency question and chairman in his speech acceptance sy8 _ judge Mcconnell criticised us. So cafes. a la Iema no party Are sincere la our Devotion to it principles and if we Ore right in Tel Leving teat the Ascendancy those tact pies la a guarantee personal Liberty Universal care for the rights All. No sectional. American brotherhood and Manly Trust in american claim Enship in any part our tend we should study the effects upon our party and consequently upon our country a Tom Mittal the National democracy to the de Brighi Silver Standard. _ if there Are demo Crata who suppose oat our party cannot Aland a Pla Fonn embodying such doctrine either through its affirmative strength through the perplexity our opponents the same proposition. Or if them Are democrats who Are Michigan legislature. 1st cd 52. A deadly blast. The sixteen shot and. In opinion. 7 _ badly in need a Jess. Free Silver men need not fear him there is no such thing As an honest Dollar �4 ,. N lir Van a there to no table Standard the leading manufacturers geor a a Tureur it the we can do is to find a a at Atlanta and organized a will cot an earthly Buffalo n. Y., Gia met at Atlanta and organized state manufacturers association. Foreign intelligence. Advices say that Japan had declined to yield to the dictations Russia and was arming herself for another War. It was also announced that Russia had made every preparation and was pm Der to begin hostilities if Japan refused to modify the terms her treaty peace with China t More less alarm was Felt in Canada Over the Large increased immigration this Spring from the Dominion to the United states. I Ixia was reported to have asked an Extension ten Days for the Ratific the treaty peace and the Cleveland plan dealer sums up the Quantity Money which american heiresses who have married european titled husbands have carried out t the United states at $200,000,000. This in addition to the Money spent by american travellers abroad makes a heavy annual Drain upon the wealth the United states. The new census gives that City a population 335,709. M. Simanu is i Inpan had wryly a fused to rant the Ion the devastation caused by the recent bursting the Reservoir it Bouzy France was greater than was at first supposed. At least 130 lives were lost and More than 200 families were homeless. The disaster was so Sii Filar to the Johnstown flood in this country As to excite comment and like the catastrophe in this country it teaches the lesson that the masonry a Large Reservoir dam should be the strongest that can be built by Man. A new York court has virtually decided that Bronze paint a a More decent covering for limbs a living stat than tights. It is stated that in a a a a nary other property burned the total loss being $250,000. At his Home in West bark n. J., Randall Jones coloured died aged 114 years. ,. Is new York James Herbert a clerk killed his wife by cutting her Throat with a razor and then drowned himself. Jealousy was the canse. The fiftieth anniversary the marriage Rev. P. And mrs. Mary a. Livermore was observed at their Home in Boston. At the age 65 years Robert s Green sex go Vernor new Jersey died at his Home in Elizabeth. At Lebanon a Charles Garrett was hanged for murdering his wife. West and South. In the courthouse Yard at Raleigh n. A. George Mills was hanged for the murder last june his Niece Lana Wimberley. Tax following persons in Wisconsin were killed by he Honing Joseph Anderla at Kellnersville Jasper Chlup at Lodi John Kutche Meister at Seymour and mrs. Joseph Sutherland at York. Burglars robbed the state Bank at Orion 111-, $5,000 in Gold and Billa in the River at Detroit Mich., George said that some the Asiatic countries the Nivea Wear Tattoo Marks in place clothing and it is regarded As sufficient. A garment tattooed the skin is Waterproof and will last a life time. If it were not for the severity our i it auth and i. Wife and Foeuy Cisin Tion the a nothing to Wear problem feeling hating a Little Money and your blood course with a speculative hop skip and jump reflect upon the ratio in which capital invested at six per cent and forgotten silently magnifies itself. On the books a dry Good firm lately falling in new York was the record an englishman who Lent the firm $25,000 in 1847. Each year he Drew out $1,000, but the rest he left to grow beneath the rectifying touch compound interest in forty eight years the books show this investor entitled the a credit $154,000. The the Man if the new woman who follows fashion the Day could hear contemptuous chuckle t milliners and manufacturers who cause the fashions to change in order that they May reap the Benefit them if they could hear the esteem in which their intelligence is held by those who traffic upon the conviction that a woman is tool enough to Wear anything that fashion Demanda there would be less a Thoss Fly bonnets balloon sleeve and other idiotic contrivances to conceal the forms our Beautiful mistera interesting Mineral discoveries Are often made during the process Artesian Well Boring the plateaus the Rocky Mountain slope Coal Gypsum and soda Beds and traces the economic and the precious Metal Are revealed in the Chippings the Drill usually at a depth so great below the surface As to Render them impracticable to mine. A remarkable discovery this nature was recently made in sinking an Artesian Well at a place called big Springs in Southern new Mexico where at a depth 1,4 00 feet the Drill struck a bed solid Rock Salt 420 feet in depth. The new York press says the bicycle and the trolley cars and the hard times have played such havoc with the horse Industry that at a a tie blooded horses recently at Madison Square Garden horses with first class Pedi Grees and perfect Beauty and style which two years ago would bar sold for $1,500 each went for from $150 to $100. Dora Thorne whose Atea Eathorne had a record 2 12h, sold at this Sale for $175, though As a yearling kit had brought $60fi hoi sea which used to fetch $300 Ach now at about $80, Ami Hack Bora a sell now As Tow a to and even $8. A the German emperor Imperial train coat $750.000, and took Thiee year to Coos tract there Ore altogether twelve cars. Including two a maj carriages the two Puon Saloon eat to Tny several piece statuary spa each Tot steeping cars u fitted with a Bath and Edward Moriarity were drowned. N. P. Clarke a ., lumber dealers at Minneapolis failed for $700,000. Gus cars rude and three cars rude children and Robert Craig were drowned at fort Collins. Col., by the capsizing a boat in a runaway near Hock Vale j. H. Brino and wife Williamsburg col., were killed. In a quarrel James swats a Passen Ger Engineer was fatally shot at Stevenson. Ala by Andy Hama who who was pursued by a posse citizens and riddled with bullets. A wind and rain storm swept Over the Southern portion Cullom county Ala demolishing buildings and laying waste farms in the path the storm which was half a mile wide. Claus a. But the self confessed murderer Catharine gang was sentenced at Minneapolis to prison for news from Southern Ohio Southeastern Indiana and northeastern Kentucky report phenomenal waterspouts that did great damage to property. Sorrow Over the death his wife caused William h. Waddle Atlanta tex., to give deadly Poison to his three children aged from 6 to 10 years and then to take a dose himself. In a Tornado at 8t� Charlea 111, mrs. Hattie e. Church c. H. Thompson Charles Anderson and his sister were killed. Nearly All the principal business places at yellow Springs 0., were burned. Fire was said to have wiped out the Village Greenwood Mick. Benjamin Ratcliff shot and killed Samuel f. Taylor l. F. Mccurdy and George Wyatt constituting the school Board in a discussion Over text books in a school House near Como col about 10,000 workmen were Idle in by. Louis account the combined strike the Hod Carrier and Brickyard employees Abram de Zekster and John swe Dyke celebrated de Meester s 16th birthday at grand re Pida Mich., by going in swimming and both Chicago the Columbia Straw paper company went into the hands it receiver with liabilities $200,000. The death mrs. Ebe Wildmon erred at Pottersville o., aged 115 a it pet a Saronson his wife and daughter were drowned in attempting i Croas Denton Creek near new Orleana the constitutional convention Utah adopted the Constitution a we to treasurer Simon Jacobs committed suicide at Butte Mona tet the Day that b a term office expired. He we Saia to be Short $w,0utti request another report China had ratified the treaty. To prevent the possibility the japanese entering peking the Chinque Cut the River embankments near peking and Miles territory were flooded and hundreds chinese were drowned. In a Gale in Alaska the Steamer George k. White Beattie was wrecked. And seventeen the Crew were either drowned Frozen to death. The government Nicaragua having accepted the modified ultimatum the British government the dispute Between the two countries is practically at an end. Japan by the advice France Russia and Germany renounces its claim to the permanent Possession the Liao Tung Peninsula including port Arthur. Insurgents burned several towns in Cuba. To m Princess Island off the coast China the British ship earns life was wrecked. The Crew was saved. The Loes was $200,006. Forests in Frontenac county Ontario were ablaze and great quantities Fine Timber were being destroyed. An International exposition will be held at Montreal to run from May to october 1896. A a a a in a railway wreck near Rome Italy King Humbert and Queen Margherita had a narrow escape from death. And and menu talk were later news. The argument in the reopened income tax Case was concluded at Wash Langton and the supreme court would probably Render its decision in a few Days. Fifty families were said to be in a starving condition in one township in Athens county James a. Weston governor 5cw Hampshire in 1871 and again in 1874, died at Bis Home in Manchester aged 63 years. Six persons were fatally burned by the explosion a gasoline stove and the fire which followed in a sweat shop at Baltimore Mil insurgent chiefs in Cuba were said to have Given up in despair Ana the War was considered ended. It was reported that Queen 1 Ictoria would retire May 24, her 76th birthday and that after that the Prince Wales would reign As King Edward Vil the first National cat show Ever held in this country opened in Madison Square Garden new York. Thirteen the largest manufacture ers shoes in Cincinnati met and decided to Advance the Price shoes from ten to Twenty five cents a pair. A fire in the town Gal she Zee a Hungary destroyed 150 houses and three churches five the largest Coal mining com a minies in Northern Illinois have formed combination. Two Road sent caught amp stage Load san franciscans their Way to the summer resorts i Ake county cal., and robbed them $1,300. The Seventieth annual meeting the american tract society was held in new York. R the Ohio Wesleyan University with 800 students will absolutely prohibit the use tobacco after the present at the annual meeting in Clinton i., the g. A. A capt. K. P. Thompson Bock was chosen department commander. Fire in the Imperial varnish company s factory in Jersey City n. J., caused a lews $100,000. Nathaniel St Rougue who lives near English ind., celebrated his 104th birthday. The sealing Schooner Walter a. Earle capt. Louis magic san Vlcej Toria a a was capsized in be Opawa Oca and Keg a Rcw consisting thirty men were both . Amp g. Hocker major Stanford ky., committed Bueide by hanging be-i$9n family trouble Metal which jul coma As near to this possible. The reason i Call a Gold Dollar a dishonest Dollar and the organisation that advocates such a Dollar a dishonest Money league is because a Gold Dollar if there were no Otner would constantly increase in value making the debtor poorer and the creditor Richer All the time. Even if we desired a single Gold Standard there Isnit enough Gold in the world to make All the a a ,. The platform declaring in favor the free and unlimited coinage Silver at 16 to 1 and against an International agreement was then adopted with but few votes recorded against it. The convention selected its delegates and adjourned. Chicago 7.-tbe Wau Bansee club gave a bouquet saturday night at the auditorium hotel for the purpose protesting against the free coinage Silver and voicing the sentiments that element the parties about 200 friends guests were in attendance after an hour s attention to the there Occo rred three hours finance by Hon. Richan w. Knott the Louisville evening Post and Hon. John m. Palmer. Or. Knott s address was a Commerce and currency a and in part he said no nation whose record u tainted by repudiation can contest the commercial supremacy a people who keep unbroken and in Devil Long Faith with Public and private creditors. The free coinage a Livor under the present Legal tender Laws. U an attempted repudiation one half our debts Public and private. By such an act to surrender our position among Ami class nations and place the United state a commercial level with Mexico and China. Since 1w4 Gold has teen the basis our currency. Since 1 to the Gold Dollar has been the Standard value the measure Exchange expressed implied in every contract. It is proposed by the double iniquity a Legal ten i Der act and a debased currency act to it authorize the payment every debt at half its face United states senator John m. Palmer received a Hearty Welcome As he arose to a democracy and Money. His utterance was a repudiation saturdays democratic convention which declared for the free coinage Silver. Among other things he said Quot is the democratic party Worth maintaining can we afford to follow the Mere name when it has been solved by men who will do a grievous Public wrong we who feel that ibis is dishonest cannot Bear the name Democrat. They would try to make us the Mere Tail the populist party. 1 will not stand it. And 1 Trust there arc those Here will not stand the attempt to steal the name the the senator then pictured the ills that would befall the nation were free coinage to become a Law and declared that everything political social financial and private would be thrown into a convulsion the extent which could not be even dreamed. The consequences adopting the lower ratio values would be that Gold would not maintain its parity and a loss would accrue to the people As the government would not be obligated to maintain the parity. The expenses the government have always been predicated upon Gold and any change would work indescribable chaos. Lebanon mo., May 7.�?congressman r. P. Bland speaking for publication said the people intend to make the Silver question the Paramount Issue that is too apparent to be denied evaded definite declaration will be required from All political parties. The party that first takes the Field for Silver restoration will gather to it support the Silver forces Ami these forces Are now aroused and no doubt will grow Pronger you stronger until everything is swept before it. Hence the necessity the democratic Pirty taking an Early stand for Silver. Let our state committee Call a cd no Cotlon possible so that the masses the democratic party can be heard this question what we want is free coinage the Standard Silver Dollar. The ratio is already settled we have a ratio established by Law a which we Hare chained t22,000,000. 9fe eve now More Silver than Gold in this country the ratio cannot therefore be changed what is wanted is open mines before any talk changing ratios Coin Silver freely into Standard Silver dollars the ratio is now fixed by Legal enactment. Some people seem to think that we have Flo ratio but we have. To talk about ratio for Standard Silver is an attempt to Force an Issue that is now settled. Comptroller Eckel Detroit Mich., May 4.�?at a banquet in this City to celebrate the dedication Detroit a chamber Commerce comptroller Eckels responding to a Toast spoke to the currency question. He said that the Contention which is now made by the single Silver Standard adherents reduced to its last analysis is Silver Fiat Sua pure and Straple it differs he says in degree Only and not in principle from the Contention Twenty years ago the advocates the unlimited Issue irredeemable greenbacks and from that the Issue the Fiat currency the period the Continental Congress and the Era colonialism. A it is the theory a he continued the socialist and populist applied to Terv science. It is based upon the belief la what has bean aptly termed a the All powerful Ness the state and is in i Tor disregard tuft if act in financial Totory that is dioxins exo hangs Sod Tau Dards Finuf did willing to turn their backs upon their party associations in the Hope that free and null met de and Independent coinage Silver can win a Victory without the eld either party organization. They should deceive themselves no longer nor longer refuse to face the that will follow the defeat if not the disintegration the democratic party upon the Issue which tempts them from their allegiance if we should be forced away from our traditional doctrines sound and Money our old antagonist will take the Field the platform which we abandoned and neither the votes reckless democrats nor reckless republicans will Avail to stay their easy March to to err this is As Plain As anything can possibly be. It therefore becomes the duty every Democrat wherever he May the to consider what such a Victory would mean and in the Light a proper Conception its results he should deliberately shape his ,. Devil�?T8 Lake n. D., May 8.�?after Reading president Cleveland s to got. Stone senator Unn Brough said Quot this is the first time in the history this country when a Wresl fat threatened to remove All Federal Ocia la who do not sink their opinions As free born american citizens and endorse the pers Nat policy the executive. It shows the desperation the men who Are battling to sustain the Gold Standard. The friends honest bimetal ism Hope that . Clevola win write another letter. A Washington May 8.�?senator Jones Arkansas is among those who be another hitch in the ratification the China Japan treaty. The Long ask format is granted mar time by bar cd Worth a a a a a Perot seeks a loan fund from frs eee Tokio May 9. A China renewed wednesday it rough the american ministers Here and in peking her entreaty for delay in the Exchange ratifications the treaty peace. Wednesday was the Day get for exchanging at Che Foo Imperial Sanction the treaty negotiated at Shimono Seki and envoy were gathered there few that purpose. Japan has consented to extend the time the armistice four Day. A ,. London May 9.-a dispatch from Shanghai says the chinese emperor has written to the Czar and president Faure asking for financial assistance to meet the War expenses sad promising to Grant special commercial advantages to Russia and France in return therefor. A dispatch from St. Petersburg to the times says that the russian government is satisfied with Japan a reply to the protest the Powers and re a cards the incident thus far closed. Tussia is evidently glad to get out a very awkward position without haggling As to the particular form language in which Japan agrees to refrain from annexing the Liau Tong Peninsula. The russian military preparations in the far East have been suspended in accordance with the orders from the War office. Paris May 9.�?the Figaro w wednesday morning commenting upon the attitude the United states toward Japan says what prevented the United state from at the time the m a not it Lansing Mich., May re the thursday struck out All clause a Bill providing ools. Of has joining England a a Lerv Antion the three Powers in the met not in it Fern Nee toward Jap which has now become a great Power but s desire to remain faithful to Theu traditional policy. The United state would not raise an objection to Japan s taking the Gulf pc Bill this attitude cleared the political horizon when the three Power not recognize the treaty Shl Monoski. Rioting strikers. Another Chicago Heve that the International monetary conference will be held Dur ing the present year to consider the relationship Silver to Gold As a Money Metal. He is one the Mem Bers the part the Senate chosen to attend the conference in Case one is called and has naturally kept track All that has been done in the matter a a811ington, May 0.�?Secretary Morton has written a letter to James a Cherry Denver in reply to a letter from that gentleman criticising some statements in the interview with the Secretary agriculture. Or. Morton says that a it appears Yon and i perfectly agree the fundamental Point a namely that demand and Supply inexorably regulate All valuables whatsoever at All times and in All Placeas he then likens the use the two metals in Commerce to the use a two yardsticks different lengths to measure cloth by in the same Market a and draws upon the history 6t Money in this country to support the position. A Why is it a he asks a there is so Little use for Silver dollars in this county Day while there Are millions by a upon millions them lying Idle a he answers his own question a because there is no demand for the conclusion i arrives at is Well the question rhetorically asked a what is the sense clamouring still for a unlimited coinage when the Treasury cannot get rid by Book by Crook a tithe those already coined and la inst in useless heaps St wart is sarcastic. Washngton May 9.-United states senator William m. Stewart Neva to a wrote a third open letter to president Cleveland tuesday. It was very sarcastic in All its utterances and was in answer to the presidents letter to gov. Stone Mississippi. A our treatment contumacious officeholders a the senator writes a illustrates the Benefit civil service Reform when you Tell them that i the interest Good government officeholders must not be surprised if they Are summarily dealt with. The reference in the letter to gov. Stone to the willingness the Southern people to submit to the disadvantage Silver Mono Metallis etc., leads the senator to remark a a the originality your discovery that the South favors Silver Mono Metallis when they Only contend for the Coin Silver upon the terms and conditions applicable to the coinage Gokl can never be questioned and he supposes the president will explain in his a next letter Why free coinage Gold and the refusal to Coin Silver is bimetal ism and the unrestricted coinage both Gold and Silver is Silver referring to Gold Mono Metallis a originally discovered by the senator from Ohio . Sherman a he continues with the remark a the Honor find advantages Gold Mono Metallis exclusively belonged to the Republican party under the leadership Wall an i Lombard Street until you led the scattered forces democracy out wilderness financial absurdities taught by Jefferson and his deluded the senator concludes by writing Quot fear not Ike Harrison the Sherman the Reeds and the Mckinley will never he Able to rally the a Gold Tes Republican Side to meet the Gold Ion commanded by you in the contest you have inaugurated for the Honor and emolument sound Money Safe currency and civil service Reform. Their indirect method Serven Well la the pest while secrecy was the Rood to Soeles but will fail in the conflict now raging while the mighty Gold forces fire Battle in View All men Vrh Ere a a it Chi servers never appear. The hereditary right the dependent shylock Ore Safe in your hand. Your decree Low Price and la wage for those who produce and More gain and less sacrifice for those who absorb will be executed by the Power Yon command. While the trimmers and dodgers the Republican Are confounded and paralysed by your boldness and a Gold being Comoro a. Washington May 9.�?treasury officials fear the outcome the Prospect a Corner the Gold Market. The Morgan Rothschild Syndicate Are accumulating from 65 to 75 per cent the total output the american Minea Between $2,500,000 and $3,-000,000. The object is said to to to Force another Bond Sale. A. A thread at South quelled by the police. South Chicago 111., May 9.�?that the temper the strikers is stil ugly was shown by a riot which occurred at eighty fifth Street and Buffalo Avenue about 11 clock wednesday morning. The scene the riot which occurred Over a trivial matter was Over a mile from the Illinois steel works at the Railroad tracks. M. Peterson one the strikers was making loud declarations about what he would do to the Illinois steel company and a crowd sympathizers was rapidly gathering around his Man when officer Mccaffrey attempted to arrest him. The officer was immediately set upon by a crowd about 200 persons and badly beaten. Peterson threw a piece slag which Cut the officers head and felled him to the ground. It looked serious for the officer when help arrived and the Knob was held off until several Wagon loads reinforcements from Hyde Park and Woodlawn arrived when it was quickly dispersed. Peterson was the Only Man arrested. An ugly knife was found his person. All is quiet at the steel works but the guard has redoubled its vigilance and trouble is the works Are closed Down except the plate Mills where about 400 men Are employed. A few men Are employed Here and there about the Yards loading and unloading vessels. Of the strikers who were arrested tuesday night the cases eight the leaders were continued until May 13 in $800 by Justice Robbins men were discharged and twelve amounts ranging from $3 to $50. Senate after the enacting for a township unit system sett Laas Inq mien., May a a r a paed the Johnson Bill placing All building and loan association under the supervision the commissioner insurance to whom they Are to Moke report and by whom they Are to he inspected. The judiciary committee reported favourably a Bill providing for police matrons in Clytle 10,000 inhabitant and upward. The Jewell Bill restricting Tho Michigan Central Railroad to two Cen fares it main line was made a special order for May amp lambing Mich., May a an attempt was made in the Senate tuesday to re refer what is known As the Jewett Michigan Central 2-cent-fare Bill to the joint committee Railroad Aad judiciary but it was Defeated by a vote 10 Veas to 15 Naya the Public health committee reported favourably the Johnson Bill prohibiting colouring Ole Margarine to resemble genuine butter. The special legislative committee which has for the Pant four months been making an investigation the prison labor question a submitted a report to the Senate in which it is recommended that no change be Mode in either the existing contras system the manufacture furniture state account at the Iona reformatory until some inter Means employment the convicts is devised. The report suggests that the prisoners be employed in raising Flowers for Market manufacturing children a toys raising such agricultural products and a far As possible manufacturing All such articles can be consumed and used in the various state institutions. It also recommends that All state printing and binding be done in Jackson prison. And also that text books for the Public schools be printed there Lansing. Mich. May a the Senate wednesday passed the Bill authorizing a governors residence in Lansing state property in this City to the value 128.000 being authorized to be sold for this purpose. The Jewell Bill red Long the rates fare the Michigan Central Railroad from three to two cents a mile discussed at length in the Senate. The Bill required a two thirds vote and failed y a vote id to 1<x the vote was reconsidered and the Bill tabled Honsa. Lansing Mich., May $ a the House Tours Dap passed the Senate joint Resolution appropriating 110.000 for a statue to sex gov Austin Blair upon the Cape Tol grounds and the Dill appropriating i24.0gj for improvements at the agricultural College. And approved the a Enate Resolution fixing the Date final adjournment a May 31. The Bill for a state system free text books was lot final passage by a vote w was the Bill for a state Board plumbing in Tao. Mich. May 4-Tho Bouse judiciary committee has made a favourable report the Resolution providing for a general com dilation the Laws the state such compilation to be the property a i rom Mich. May 8.-the House has agreed to the Bill cutting passenger rates All railroads in the upper Peninsula to three cents per mile. / Lansing. Mich. May 9-the House wednesday debated the joint re solution substituting a amendment prove Dong for woman suffrage a the general election in 1894 after an unusual flow oratory a Roll Call was ordered resulting in its failure to recello the necessary two thirds the vote standing 63 to 22. The vote was reconsidered and the measure tabled and quite Likely to pass with a Fuller House. Rounded up. It sweeps portion lows and South Dakota. Everything goes Down in it Patta Froe seventy five to one Hundred live estimated to have a been lost. Eight members an Aell ged a Green Good a gang caught in Michigan. Hillsdale Mich., May 8.-for three months a a a preen foods1 gang has been sending ont circulars inviting investment in their goods. Post office inspectors Mercer and Larmour Chicago together with detectives and local police have been working the Case and tuesday at noon they surrounded the Keefer House and arrested a a dad Hilton John Treadwell and his wife Dan Meara an it. Charlie Ellis the two latter local sharper and gamblers and three other men named Marsh Saunders and Richardson. The hotel is still us Der guard and All the clerks and Bell boys Are practically under arrest it is thought they will Tell what they know about the gang. The detectives claim to have evidence enough to convict All eight the gang. Four fined five big mines Combine. Fell from a train. Sturgis Mich., May 8.-Early tuesday morning Section men the Lake Shore Road found the mangled body a Man by the Side the track West Here. From papers found his person it is supposed to be w. H. Thomas Ogden Boone county la. It is not known As to How he came there unless he was a passenger and fell from Sioux cite May 6.-the lowest estimate at first placed As to the Losa Hie in the terrific Cyclone that just passed Over this part Iowa Friday afternoon was fifty two but some even asserted that it must have reached 200 300. The storm originated about 1>4 Miles Southwest Sioux Center passing through Sioux Center Perkins and Sibley. Sixteen Are known to have perished at Sioux Center. The number killed at Doon is stated As ten and four five deaths occurred at Sibley. At Perkins the loss life was very Large perhaps not less than thirty forty. This it was estimated with those who must have perished the farms about the country must bring the number to seventy five 100. Four schoolhouses near Sioux Center while school was in Progress were destroyed. At each from three to ten Chil Dren were killed injured. Many the children were carried from a Quarter to half a mile before they were dropped. Sioux Falls s. D., May 6.�?a Cyclone dropped Down into West Sioux Falls about 4 clock Friday afternoon and did $50,000 damage to property. The third Story a Large Brick Block was torn off and several people narrowly escaped being badly injured. Probably 100 houses barns windmills and Trees and chimneys were scattered Over the path the storm. There was a regular cloudburst 20 Miles North and an immense Rise in the River is looked for. The Sioux at Dell rapids is running Over the Milwaukee tracks and Skunk Creek is also High and flooding farms in its course. Redfield r d., May 6.�?spink Conn to was visited by a heavy drenching rain Friday Ufi Enion accompanied by a High wind lightning and big Hail. Citizens Here viewed for some time North Here the formation a by clop in funnel shaped Cloud which indicated trouble. Returns Are coming in showing that within 10 Miles North Redfield a regular Cyclone traversed toward Ash Tofi where it did much damage. The opera House building for Merly the courthouse was blown out shape. The Steeple the congregational Church was blow Down Many houses a roofed and barns destroyed. The main Street the City is strewn with debris demolished buildings. Many farmhouses barns granaries and outbuildings along the track the Cyclone North Here Are destroyed. Chicago May 6.-five persons were killed by lightning at various puts in Wisconsin and Iowa Friday. These victims were a follows. At k Alona. Ia., Joseph Sheller at Kelne Viller wis., John Anderla at Neillsville wis., mrs. Joseph Sutherland at Lodi wis., Joseph Chin at Seymour wis John Kitche Meisler. # Sioux Center ia., May 8.�?revised lists the people killed by the great Iowa Cyclone Friday give the following As known to be dead with the estimate from various sources that from 55 to 300 will be the total number fatalities when the Lista Are Complete child lungs verhof. Killed Center child Maurice Coombs killed near Sioux Center miss Tillie Haggle killed near Sioux Center Jacob Jansen killed near Sioux Center Alice Koster killed near Sioux Center mrs. John Koster. Killed near Sioux Center Annie Marsden school teacher Knix Center lived formerly St Boscobel wis., George Marsden school teacher near Sioux Center mrs. Amna postman killed near our Center a. M. Perry. Kif a a a Rudolph Schwerd Finger Ofik do by h�11 g near Southland mrs John killed near Sibley mrs. K. Woner and babe baht and w. Vles la a Barb in j. Post mrs f. S. Feld is Wilmington general Coal company formed to meet Competition. Chicago May 9.�?forced to the move platform when the train was run by Competition the part Railroad Minea five the largest mining companies in Northern Illinois have formed a combination for the handling the output 3,000,000 Tona Coal yearly. The companies Are the Chicago Wilmington amp Vermillion the Star Coal company the big four Wilmington company Gardner Wilmington Coal company and the Wilmington Coal mining amp manufacturing company. The interests ail these concerns have been merged into the general Wilmington Coal company. The total capital the five companies in the combination is $3,-000,000 and the daily output the mines controlled a about 10,000 tons. Ning at a High rate Speed. Two Hoys drowned. Grand rapids Mich., May 7.�?John Wedyke and Abram de Meester celebrated de meesters 16th birthday monday morning by going in swimming in the River above the Detroit grand Haven amp Milwaukee Bridge. The boys got beyond their depth and both were drowned. Of mrs. By Refl mind mrs Carles Waldron. Henry Smith b. L Smith. Mrs. L. Marette and Babel John Frize and by Deboor All killed Center mra m Blackburn and Belknap killed near Sibley killed at Laurens Everett a sennas blander. Milwaukee May 9.�?As says a Coin erred. Qty Tutto the unit value from 1708 to 1878 decided. Chicago 8.-a� referee the. Bet Mode by w. S. Forrest with John p. Hopkins three weeks ago sex judge William a. Vincent has decided in favor . Forrest to the effect that a a coins errs in stating that ail ver was the unit value from 1792 to 1873, and that the unit was both Gold and Silver 371 4 grains being the Quantity Silver and 4h Grain being the Quantity Gold which were to equally express the measure and value the unit adopted. Or. Vincent gave out his decision wednesday. It is quite an exhaustive review the subject. Now Kond for Tho Fox void Madison wis., May 9 a a new Railroad for the Fox River Valley. Wisconsin to projected in the organization the Fox Valley terminal company with a capital $750,000, All subscribed which filed articles with the Secretary state wednesday. The Road will run from Green Bay to Neenah a distance 30 Milea kilted in a Railroad a reel. Celina o., May 9.�?the East bound freight no. 124 the Lake Erie a Western was wrecked 1 mite West this City at 10 clock tuesday night. Two persons were killed. Inis now no Legal for these Munfor the result a careful investigation it is now announced that by reason the failure the last legislature to pass a Law providing for the commitment sane persons there Way in which to care Tunales. _ Michigan town Pasea a Arfow Law. Pkg Aunrik May 8.-the City Comeil has passed a curfew Ordin Wice and All children under 16 caught the streets after the Beu a ints at 9 p. M. Will be arrested. This is the Orst trial the Experiment in Michigan. It is work Injo successfully a several Minnesota towns. A Many adult ration. Columbus o., May 9.-the annual report state food commissioner my Neal reflects severely upon the commercial honesty the Day. Out 1,329 samples food Analysed by the order the department 846 were found to be adulteration. / Everetts near Sioux mrs. Herman Peter Skinner Arnold killed at Crest a. 4 the damage to property will not be As great As was first feared. Corn was not planted and although some smal Grain was above ground it had not advanced far enough to suffer severely. The damage to houses and barns will probably amount to Between $45,000 and $50.000. A Japan yields. She renounce her claim to the Fen Inanna l4�a Tang. Paris May 8.�?the japanese Miniar Ter Here has informed the minister foreign affairs m. Hanotiaux that accepting tiie Iti Eniy advice prance Russia and Geri Nany Jap Ali has renounced its claim to the permanent Possession the Liao Tung Peninsula including port Arthur. Berlin May 8.�?the japanese government has informed the government Germany that in accordance with the advice the Powers Japan has relinquished her claim to Liau Tong Peninsula under the treaty Shimo nose i _ _ St. Petersburg May 8.�?the journal de St Petersburg says that Japan in conformity with the advice Russia France and Germany renounces sex May Potter Yoa too a. Dropped Whit a owing the Wajs _ amp his i Holer among the a japs. London May 9.-the times publishes a dispatch from Kobe Japan announcing that cholera has broken out Board the japanese transport at Talie wan the Liao Tung Peninsula. It a reported that half the troop ships the original Chinli Pedi Tion Arefi Ying the cholera Flag. X Neal Rita the Haag Axy. V Budapest. May conflagration in the town m tha Zempan District has destroyed 150 houses and thine churches. Three persons vib v to injured personal paragraphs. Marshal can Bobbt left property in England the value �9,000, requiring the probate his Rill in that country. Chief Clarence Tho Mosquito reservation is still at Kingston Jamaica under British Protection and is allowed $22 a Day for living expenses. Darwin was a great smoker and though he read everything the papers Hod to say against the cigarette he was rarely seen without one in his Fin Gers his lips. A. E. Clare jr., who recently resigned the position As general freight agent the new York Central Railroad had been forty seven consecutive years in the service the Fields health has become so her claims to the Possession Feng Tien. A. Cue Foo May 8.�?the warships several the Powers Are rapidly assembling Here. The situation is regarded As alarming. Already eight russian warships including three Tore Pedo boats have gathered Here and More Are expected. In addition British French american and German warships have arrived Here. London May 8.-the Morong Post commends Japan for yielding to the demands the three Powers and condemns Russia Germany and France for acting in their own interests and ignoring China., a the daily news says the coalition Baa made a deplorable mistake in coercing Japan but it is enough to know that we did not share the mistake. Paris May 9.�?tbe debate a Aya Japan will not abandon her claims Tor recompense Tot the surrender the Liao Tang Peninsula. Immediately after the ratification shall he a a rare Eudora that a a amp has been forced to changed negotiations will be Opad fire Oua Fuia a Wuh Rhino. Japan will determine the suspend her paper Kate Fields Wash Langton Unta a be a he a the sympathy Many thousands admirers this Bright woman will go out to her in her troubles. A a where was Itagia fcb aria sign def naked amp teacher in a South London Board school. A ofte Tati $1 Bott Ospy Quot with China. Japan will nature Auch recompense and the Powers probably jul support a w return for her yielding now. Caban a Tablas Sorra adar. A Havana May 7.�?Twenty the band rebels at i handed by Quianio Botto i rendered %

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