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Havana journal. (Havana, Chemung Co., N.Y.) 1849-1893, January 12, 1889, Image 2

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S A T U R D A Y . J W A R Y l £ 1:B9» The \Queen’s P ip e\ ia th e name o f a furnace in which-a contr^hand tobacco th a t has been conflscat.e<i i,h U»gland is burned. Some 32C.000 w o rth w a s th u s ‘ ■smoked” last year. , ■ / - / :,V - t * ■* ' x & y 13 The co-operative inovement fcoown W the Colored Farmers’ AJhance appears.t*? be grow ing. I t has bejjuu the publica­- tio n o f an official o rg a n \M )x fo rd , H i -C .i C6U e d th e AUwncs A dvtm i * •saKSRB^I'' JR« „iy4... f , , - r ~ - The discovery has jpst been taade ihs'c- D aniel Boone waa once *. memhet o f the^ V irg in ia Legislature, * B i» many hiog-’ raphers n e v e r suspected it , a n d i t yras re s e rv e d fo r a new spaD or man to b rin g M g rjig b tr \ iThere is stall much speculation as to. Ijhe proper pronunciation o f the. term / ‘ •Volapuk-’’ Charles E..Sprague,, of £fe*r Y q rk City, one. o f the foremost Studfintf ftf the universal language in th is country-pronounces the w ord as i f i t were w ritte n“ V ole-ahpeak.’ t In the large cities the custom is grow ­ ing o f selling fr u it by auction. Tons of oranges, lemons and grapes ore sold d a ily in New Y o rk c ity to the highest bidder, and in a lim ite d wav the same custom prevails in Boston. The F lo rid a orange- shippers are the latest converts to th e auction idea. ;; 1 V .' v; • \\1 \J .■ i A Kentuckian who has 200 h ic k o ry - n u t trees and about 300 w a ln u t and: butter-nut trees, says th a t his income from them, year b y year, is larger, than th a t o f any farm er c u ltiv a tin g BOO acres o f land. He sells his crop on th e trees fo r cash in hand, and the only expense p u t is fo r taxes. Modern Greece, w ith it s 2 .200,000 in ­ habitants, is very largely a kingdom of agriculturists. M uch more than h a lf its population is engaged I n the task o f fo rc in g a liv in g fro m the rugged, moun­- tainous and barren land. Nearly ten per cent. Of th e peoplo are shepherds. A s many more are seafarers. The w ork o f connecting by canal the tw o great atteries Of navigation i n “West­- ern Siberia hasi so fa r progressed th a t a boat 56 feet long and 14 feet w ide, ta k ­ in g <H feet o f water, has been jately drawn fro m the Obi in to the. Yenisei w ith a load o f fo rty tons o f iflouri T he tw n rivers are 630 miles apart, \ - 1-* C , tfl , Ii0 The Boston Courier says:“ T h o -J m t* to be rich, and the decadence bptfc a f m ercantile and artisan hsnor,’ brought about a state o f things w b te p jit has become necessary to assume intentions of every dealer and j v t p j w orkm an are dishonest, and ,p> t>* guarded against as such. Everybody recognizes this.” A t the P ra tt Mines, near B irm jn g h jflji A la ., the o utput fo r a recent day,, y d }* no extra force at work, was 4402 tons o f tjrSt-class coal, which, i t is asserted, breaks the record of any mine in the w orld. The company is crowded w ith orders, and i t is said b y the Times- Dem -crat to be fillin g more and larger orders m onthly than any other mine in the country. The programme of th e newly-organ­- ized political party o f Japan is thus described: The reduction o f th e land t a x ; the abolition of centralisation in the adm inistration; the in tro d u ctio n of the volunteer system in to the arm y, and th e revision o f the existing treaties, w it h a view o f p u ttin g Japan on: an equal footiog w ith other powers in in ­ ternational intercourse. , Germany’ s colonial enterprises in East A frica do not seem to be panning o u t very well. S till, i t may be safely predicted, says the A t’a ita C onstitution, th a t this powerful country w ill not rest u n til she succeeds in th is direction. I f she fails ia A frira , she may purchase tracts o f land in Central o r South America, or get ahead o f us in acquir­- in g Cuba. < ermany does not propose to be easily baffled in any o f her schemes. .. . ■What is called tho American m erchant marine has been recently s h o w in g capacity for growth. And curiously enough, the largest additions o f tonatlge made to it come in the shape o f tbi? spised sailing vessel* The e h ip -y a rd *d f Maine have not for many years beep tb busy as they are at presen t and' the size o f the craft w hich are-being b u ilt is cal­- culated to make an o ld -tim o skipper stare. There was launched tho other day at W aldboro a five-m asted centre­- board schooner w ith a length over a ll o f 265 feet and a gross tonnage o f 1778. She is t b1Iron betw ebh-B altim ore' and; Providence ip tho cqal trade, «nd is a very emphatic rem inder of the fact th a t even fo r~ s fio tt voyages,-sait-possesrses many ad vantages over steam. F o r long voyages the conviction has becomq p retty w ell settled among qualified judges th a t tho superiority o f sail does s o t ad m it of question. , I t is said th a t Baxony fu m k h re largest percentage o f suicides p f any d v illr e d 8tgte, The , nuipber 1087 q *s .1104 , or one to about every 3000 o f the population. In 1881 the to ta l ivujn- bef was 1248. j _______ . - • W hen M. De Lessees heard o f tbe Te jection by the Fre&cli Chamber of D epu­- ties o f the Panama Canal b ill, his face blanched and h is hands became icy cold He soon recovered his usual calmness, however, and spoke sadly o f the w re ck and o f the fearful disaster to him self and the nation. ' TherS’has been some, agitation in th e American 'press, especially in the ra il- ro-'td journals, o f the nuisance of card pla yin g in sleepers. The Railway,. Age has palled Upon the railroads to combine to p u t down or l im i t a practice w h ic h adds to the disco m fo rt of the large m a­- jo rity o f the tra v e lin g public. N o w i t t,J$ga the news th a t Russia has gone ahead o fu s h x th a t d e ta il o f c iv iliz a tio n , the Russia^ M W spepwt Hallways ha vin g issued an order 10 *3 1 * passen gers wh6 pla y cayda on tr a m r w iil; be “judiciously pursued.\ v : A n increaaeis noted by the Maxi and Express in tb s ’w illo w ware in d u stry of tho Eastern State? o f l*t*> though i t is y s f it * infancy The immense un n tiijz e d g r t* o f la n d along the many rivers, portions o f th e s?a qogst, aa w e ll us some uplands and plains p o t suitable fo r any other ord in a ry pursuit, in v ite capi ta l andonergy to invest in the p ro d u ctio n ! o f osier, chiefly fo r the.-manufacture of' basket wa*e According to the pensus b ^ h e r f were thqn in the co u n try ^ w - h u n d te d w illow , .ware estab- t, W ith a capital o f nearly $2,- 000, 0.00, engagihg more than,three th o u ­ sand hands, p a yin g annually between six hundrcd and soyen hundred thousand dollars fo r w a g e s ,„ *JU' , ULjt!|.,. ig jvg:- Human viviseotlon, or, w hat is the: same thing, experiments on a human be­- in g w ith a deadly disease, w il l seem to most' too a w fu l fo r belief. This la s t has; ju s t been practised In H onolulu to dis-_ cover whether leprosy can he conveyed by inoculation. Three years ago, as ap­- pears from th e record transmitted t o the Loudon Times by Archdeacon H . P»' W rig h t, ona_ KeaftUu-a c tm fa a l con demned to death m the Q a h ttja il,. was. inoculated w it h leprosy b y H i? Arising.- Last September th is sacrifice to> science and medicine wA»,examined by H r. 17 . B. Emerson, P rc s id e n tb l the B oard oi H ealth, and D r. J. H . ju m b a l], the Gov- menfc physician at HonolUln,“ I t is our decided o p in io B ,\fh e y say»“ ^ a t this man ls .a tu b e icu lB T ^U ^t” ,'ThC experi- ment> 4b4>' j M ^ d e ij f f ij a Press adds, is am i ii ii f O li r ' €«ence score? anothei - The-great n rt o f healing has a -npw-*rn*a>f4j< Pot in curing * v ic tim ,bul •tk $ X jm fi says th a t R jr John Mac* deim»W*4bc Canadian Trem ieri i® cun- M d / H k e D israeli, both in appearance -pa4 $fMpcrament. His career is o f h :s i?wn s u itin g and he is possessed o f i -TffiT’fjlflftT1 \g ift o f accommodating bim- to h b c o m p an y o rh is posUion w hich h * ip : have caught w it h his features g ts s t English Statesman. He a h*stl v i the 'w ith a freedom th a t is rata.litpopgatfia'n b f his'p o sitio n o f all p }ftp tftC r^*^b g |.fe o 'ih Itajpenal Federa­- tio n tot|hftmriO^| of, potatoes. H e has a rem arkably retentive ineraory and akeen relish for sooialepjoyffient. f i e i s i t i o a ravenotis devourcr pf books, and i t Is Bald that a common ppustice o f h is after a severe spell of ,Parli)upentflry w o rk is to relieve his over-worked b ra in b y a systematic course o f dipie-novels o f the most approved b lq o da n d thunder type.' H o is an effective speaker, perhaps be ■ cause .his oratory is quite upstuffied. He sees clearly, and expresscs W lwt h e seei in plain concise language, Sum upon oc­- casion rises to something, w hich, i f not absolute eloquence, is as convincing and perhaps m ore te llin g . H is influence over an audience is unequaled in M s own. country and h a rd ly surpassed b y any great speaker in ours. A t the W indsor Hotel, New Y o rk , the other day a rich New Jersey farm er, who has been in the h abit from year t o year o f receiving-some o f the children o f New Y o rk who are sent away to the country d u rin g th e heated term, said to a T rib u te reporter : \I t Has struck me th a t i t is about tim e th a t we country fo lk should g e t up a ‘Town A ir F und’ to sc ‘ n d some o f the poor urchins o f ou r bleak villages in to the c ity in w inter. N o th in g would do them so much good as a stay o f a few -weeks in some o f the comfortable pnlaqes o f N c\^ Y o rk , in a good many o f tHeffco m ast be plenty o f Vacani tJnst, th in k how i t w ould bharm tk« $40r lit tle creatures to w a lk aiong free fh«n mud and snow, tb gstalzito-'lke *hop windows fiUed w ith h o iw # |; And to go in to the museiiins, art exhibitions and othei warm and attractive places w h ic h abound in the c ity , but are e n tire ly u n ­ know n i n the country, T fiih th o g e n tle people h iV ia g jb £ n id n c B £ ^ b o r.c i5 ig h r f take them to ihe theatreS'bnc'c o r twiqe, and at an e xtre m e l/ mbderkte cost pro “d n te oixerof-th e -b rig h W s t-c lii^iite rs in th e ir lit t le lives. I t is a poor ru le th a t won’ t w o rk both ways. I f co u n try a ir is good fo r c ity children in summer, I ’m sure a w h iff o f the c ity a ir w o u ld benefit aou n trych ild re n in w itt te r .’' SOSK BY i SMAC. T h e S t e a m e r P a r i s JO, B r s i W i ec k e d a t H erm i t a g e , 1 « TUe Ninth Mississippi River mThree Week aster mThree Week a A dispatch from N ew Orleans, L a Tbe-math tftMjmboac neeidentoa sippi or It* trihutariee in tb k Vicinity id the past three Weats i f s ju st occurred ta jth e sinking ot the p»|qgQ, Brown, o f the Rew OrteaOs and Ohio H ire r lfn e .n w Hermfl about 100 milesaho»*N* wGrleans a n d io u r .B ■ ' - mAm.irom, Bayou .B m , ■ • ' , ' - The Brown, white pasting EeridUaM, Was signaled by the Steamer 0hver*fl3rne to The Brown, white pasting EeridUaM, Was signaled by the Steamer 0hver*fl3rne to land there. The Brown waited fo r the Beirne to hack o n t As tjhe latter did to she attempted to land, but etruck.a.en»g tome Beirne to hack o t As tjhe latter did to she attempted to land, but etruck.a.en»g or tome other obstruction I t went completely attempted etruck.a.en»g other obstruction I t went completely through her hull, broke her bok obaint in tw o* the cabin fell jq« M the vessel col through hull, tw o* the cabin fell jq« M the vessel col lapsed,end • became a complete wreck w ithin jq« lapsed,end • became a complete wreck w ithin tw three mmutee* t tw o or three mmutee* t The shock o t the accident ftkmsed every in thd boat and and every one in thd boat and the-paswmgers and crew rushed to the fro t to eeO what df es­ one in thd boat and the-paswmgers and crew rushed to the fro n t to eeO what means df es­ cape there Wat fo r them. Nothing could-ibe done to the Brown, and i t evident cape there Wat fo them. Nothing could-ibe done to sgve the Brown, and i t was evident th t she would bC t the bottom t the river sgve i th a t she would bC a t the bottom o t the river in a very few minutes. ThO Ouptam ordered h e crew to out the * Iifeboatw-loose-And very Ouptam t h e crew to out - the * Iifeboatw-loose-And laanche them.-.. them.-.. NortuueS^y tbe accident was teen by _» resident W illisnl Glass* who _» resident of,Hermitage. W illisnl Glass* who h*: the happened to- .river bank at-fhe h*: on the .river intahis resident of,Hermitage. happened to- -time. He .river bank at-fhe akiff andbank on the .river at-fhe -time. He sprang intahis akiff and TQwed to the sinking steamer wttteh only afew the sinking steamer wttteh was only afew yhrds from shore He took the ladyonly the sinking steamer wttteh was afew yhrds from shore He took the lady passen gejft 1 chambermaids and others to thepassen laud, yhrds lady gejft 1 chambermaids and others to the laud, returned and, carried the other, gejft returned and, carried the - other, passengers ashgre and a number o&hbe crow. riv ttllhd with Tjie riv e r was ttllhd with boghead? lu m and: the steainbr. h e r and: otherwredksgf-from the steainbr. and thereforedtlflcult f -The and thereforedtlflcult o f navigation. -The whp>wtra Ubt taken oft bv Glass's,skiff, crew whp>wtra Ubt taken oft bv Glass's,skiff, endeavored fa reach: the land by ■meatod 'of crew whp>wtra Ubt taken oft bv Glass's,skiff, endeavored fa reach: the land by ■meatod 'of those floatlng artlelos, but. although the .dis­- tance Short, of - them those floatlng artlelos, but. although the .dis­- tance was very Short, mue of - them were carried into midstream'by the strong very - carried away into midstream'by the strong current ofaway the riVer and drowned. current of the riVer and drowned. One of thethe A named current of riVer and drowned. One of the passengers. A man named Mftteh- ellv from, Vicksburg, cpuld not ho found, and passengers. ellv from, Vicksburg, cpuld not ho found, and is supposed to have been lookedjn-his state­ Vicksburg, cpuld is supposed to have been lookedjn-his state­- room. at the time tue steamer went down. supposed lookedjn-his room. at the time tue steamer went down. The Brown sank w ithin a few minutes of.the OCC idont. only tbe top of-the pilot house ahd a.portlon of the \texas'* being visible.. • She only top pilot a.portlon of the \texas'* being visible.. • She is complete loss, apd is her ■ a.portlon being is a complete loss, apd so is her c a r g o . ■ A cabin named Miller, from complete loss, apd g . A cabin passenger named Miller, from Vicksburg; of the cabin named passenger Miller, Vicksburg; one of the cabin crow named W illiam Mitchell, from Gallipoli**-Ohio: Vicksburg; W illiam Mitchell, from Gallipoli**-Ohio: ladles’ cabin William-'Marshall* Gallipoli**-Ohio: ladles’ cabin man William-'Marshall* * o r Cincinnati: - barber * and porter, names unknown*, from Cmcinnatb James Harrison, second-pantryman, from unknown*, James Harrison, second-pantryman, from Memphis; W illiam Taylor, night watchman, second-pantryman, Memphis; W illiam Taylor, night watchman, .' fro m Cincinnati: John BoTan .' shiner, from Suet fireman* of Cincin­ Cincinnati; Suet Grey, fireman* of Cincin­ Abraham fireman.-of New- n a ti; Abraham Mitchell, fireman.-of New- lo t\ . * Orleans, were lo s t\ The cabinwere * Orleans, lo s t\ . The cabin passengers saved Were: Dr. Gra- ham and wife of Pawtucket. R. L Messrs. passengers ham and wife of Pawtucket. R. L : Messrs. Donly and Shafer. and another cabin passen­- and wife, namesnnknown. f Boston,and Donly passen­- g e r and wife, namesnnknown. o f Boston,and Ben Joily, of jBayou Paul. A 1 of the erew. ex­ g Ben Joily, of jBayou Paul. A 1 of the erew. ex­- cept above stated, accounted-for and cept as above stated, are accounted-for and saved. Oneofthe cabin to the river saved. Oneofthe cabin boys got to the river but could nnt the btmk, but could nnt 'climbiup the slippery mud, fell back into the river and sank before btmk, but could nnt 'climbiup the slippery mud, fell back into the river and sank before assistance could be rendered him* ',v.' mud, assistance could be rendered him* ',v.' The Brown left fo Cincinnati The Brown left fo r Cincinnati on-Friday evening t 5 clonk. Hercargo consisted on-Friday evening a t 5 o clonk. Hercargo consisted o f abnut 400 tons, mainly sugar and molasses. pjejtett about tilio tons the river o tons, mainly sugar nna sne pjejtett np. about tilio tons on the river tbe .ghe-had fifteen pjejtett np. on tbe way up. .ghe-had fifteen passengers aboardher wheii she le ft here. aboard her wheii she le ft here. ,She was ownqd by Cartain. A. M.Halliday, ownqd by M.Halliday, o f New Orleans, and Captain .Chria ,F. her who Was in command at voimg, her clerk,, who Was in command at the tifhe f She Was valsunl the tifhe p f the, accident,. She Was valsunl at I2S .OOO, and InsunSTIor f 14,000 in the ita-■ at I2S .OOO, and InsunSTIor f 14,000 in the ita-■ surance agency o f George W. Neare. of Cin­ cinnati., i NEW ffi ^ ANINQS . ■ FEANCXhad but apoor 18SSvintaga FahNCH 'mushrooms ate becoming very scarce. i . . . Th e r earel893 students in Harvard Uni­- versity. ■ -1 : Ke n t u c k y reports an excess \o f female ■’ ■ y population. ■’ . , ■ We s tVtRGisraNS want their State called * - : * Ye c l o iv ' y e v e r ia rampant at Port-au- Prince, Hayti. . • n T h e re are 5000 homeless wotaen as4 giri* in Y rk in New Y o rk city. - Ev e r yyear w ill have a nine' ia f f now tln til the year;2000 .v La8? year 1330 people died o f - dalirmm tremens in England. j Ca w f o r n ia’S silk product this.season w not bo over 1000 pounds. ^ Si x t y-f i v e German Gsnerals have been placed on the rotired list* Kn o x v ie e e, Tenn. ,claims to be the largest railw center in the South* ' »i railw ay center in the South* ' »i q La n din the centro of New Haven. Conn., n Conn., is.-worth $1000 per fro n t foot. - • - THE greyhound Fullerton has been sold a t auction iu England fo 14250. greyhound auction iu England fo r 14250. Anelectric.raiiroad is to be b u ilt from Dover, N* H.. to Berwick, Me. . s Th etotal exports o f American applealnle exports applealnle 'season is fu lly 1 ,000 .000' barrels. ..... | Pn e u mo n iaissmd to be on the incrstsw from year to year in theiarga cities. So u t h e r npig Hon is slowly forcing:fta in to the Pittsburg (Penn.) market, way in to the Pittsburg (Penn.) market, v r TEEoverheated flue* aSadsetroyerof p ib - aSadsetroyerof p lio buildings, did not make i t * cattonurT' record.m the (Wtumn.qf-1868. buildings, record.m the (Wtumn.qf-1868. THEhootners ate boom jag Oklahoma i # * and to the T rrito the and expect to move on the T e rrito ry on the first of February. / j rrito ry on the : / j . Th eUnited Spates . funsfsbee seventy-fire cent-.of the lard contafaed in Canada^ per cent-.of the lard contafaed in Canada^ Ba l l o o n sand parachutes have b6en*ent to Suakin fo r the use of the British troops,- Th e Connecticut tabasco, crop fo r 1838, though small, was a requtrkatdygood'one. Ov e r 100 ,000 dogs are used; i n .krahkgttng. along the frontier between -France and Bel­ along the frontier between -France and Bel­- gium. A. new political organization called -th® in ‘Commune of 18S-J\ has been formed, in FariS;' -,u. - v - . 1 The American Society U r the Prevention Society of Crueity ta Children is to be duplicated in England. ' England. ' Fo rtfio first time in years the Czar of years Russia sent a friendly Christmas greeting to the Phpe, the Phpe, Th e-number Of waV veterans in Vermont is 6571, and the amoiint yearly paid-to them is $882,SOI. V A is $882,SOI. V A Th edrinking saloons in Berlin number one edrinking to every 1 12 inhabitants: m Heidelberg one to eighty-seven. * ■ ■ to eighty-seven. . * ■ ■ J i mCc t r r y. the Texas desperado, who has i y. desperado, murdered nfneteen men.has a t last been sent to prison for a long term. Th e German arm y Oongist* of 3.513,416 completely drilled men.net counting the rS- serves and the Laudsturra. ■ - Itis reported that one hundred of the lead­ reported ing business men o f Denver. Col.„ w ill a t­- tend the inauguration at Washington dressed ing tend the inauguration at Washington dressed cowboy*. ■ ■ as cowboy*. ■ ■ < Th e r eare 2300 members o f the Michigan Anti-horse Thief Society* and during the past year they did not have a cents worth of ptopextyjrtolen Os ma n D iq n ahas 10G8 -n»e» and-fire-gtms- i ma n iq n and-fire-gtms- at Handoub. Egypt-where* i t is assCrted by deserters, he intends to make another Egypt-where* i by deserters, he intends to make - another forinidable stand Agaipst the EgyptisnaJAd, -blacks. ■ - * * Agaipst -blacks. ■ - * EgyptisnaJAd, * A contagious form of sore throat has broken out the Mexican childrenof contagious broken out among the Mexican childrenof Bernalillo County N Mexico and i t is among Bernalillo County N ew Mexico and i t is said th t tiO0 deaths have. Occurred ta the said th a t tiO0 deaths have. Occurred ta the past few Week* the mem a m x m n . ;-K asf«sns«atf MMSUa« ta t« a a a a sa g g j s v OfMriftNta He l l w m inaugurated fo r a w e flB F e h s at Albsmy, N Y w ith civic v OfMriftNta He l l w m inaugurated fo r a w e flB F e h s at Albsmy, N Y , w ith civic Ix>tDB tflE N s rtia l pageantry. Beth Houses of the UMMatnre organised. J. Bloat Faasefl Ix>tDB tflE N s rtia l pageantry. Beth Houses of the UMMatnre organised. J. Bloat Faasefl Was sleSWd President f the Bsttsts' and organised. Was sleSWd President o f the Bsttsts' and Fremont Cols was made Speaker Of* the, As< sembly. : sembly. : Hu g s J. Gr a n< was Installed as Mayor New Y o rk d ty Hu g s J. Gr a n< of New Y o rk d ty . A t Dover N H , C R Tanner a lunatic, killed G; E. Fray, who had to take him , lunatic, killed G; E. Fray, who had come to take him to an asylum. Fray, to an asylum. Ch a r l e s T. Du r e a highly respected gsntlsmsn of jWilmington, Del*, has com­ highly respected gsntlsmsn of jWilmington, Del*, has com­- mitted SuicidejWilmington, b shooting himself through gsntlsmsn mitted Suicide b y shooting himself through the head* He was suffering-front oonsump- y shooting through the head* He was suffering-front oonsump- tion.and the altea*e oonsump- tion.and the altea*e broughtdn mSIancfaolia, and be determined to end nis life. and be determined to end nis life. Th e jo in t Republican Legislative caucus Augusta. Me., has-unanimously renomi­ jo Republican Legislative at Augusta. Me., has-unanimously renomi­- nated Senator Frye nated Senator Frye ^ -Ov e r sixty, designs and ten-models have e r sixty, designs psen-snbtaitted by American and European -artists fo r the -proposed Grant monument in psen-snbtaitted by European -artists fo r the -proposed Grant monument in New York city* - ■ ■ - ■: ,*■ New York city* - ■ ■ - ■: ,*■ W . E B A r r e tt * publisher-of the Boston W . E B A r r e tt publisher-of the Boston Advertiser <t*d Jiroord has been elected Speaker, o t the Msssachusetts House o f Representatives. Speaker, Representatives. WMiTh Camshave warned; several peiton> Ferndsle* Penn*, towarned; leave. a t Ferndsle* Penn*, to leave. JCBnSc h r n c kand a man named Erh were blown to atoms at James Miller’s dyna factory i t b j^ tu ^ factory i t explosion of half dyna b j^ tu ^ dynamite. The factory i t b j^ tu explosion of half a bucket o f dynamite. The shock fe lt tw-o mil a i The Wars explosion shock was: fe lt tw-o mil blownintofragments. dynamite. a i The men Wars R o b e rt E ld e r n«s been hanged in the jail t M ay’s Landing 1STJ fo the hanged ounty jail a t M ay’s Landing 1STJ fo r the murder* of his ,father-at Hammontown. N. ounty jail ay’s Landing murder* of his ,father-at Hammontown. N. J., August 4; 7633. ,father-at J., on August 4; 7633. JameS Wo o d s ,a jdtver. was drowned while working tbf.sunken French steamer while working on tbf.sunken French steamer Iberia, off RockRway Beach N Y Woods’s while working on tbf.sunken French steamer Iberia, off RockRway Beach N Y Woods’s death due to th * entanglement of the Iberia, RockRway death was due to th * entanglement of the ir pipe* thus cntting offi the-supply of fresh entanglement a ir pipe* thus cntting offi the-supply of fresh air, causing suffocation. pipe* cntting the-supply air, causing suffocation. - - - S o u th and W M t . Th e steamboat Natchez* one-of th? finest on the Mississippi River, was sunkmear Lake La. * Providence, La. ■, ; - , * Th e Richardson D rug. Company, o f St. Louis, the largest wholesale: drugstore in the Louis, the largest wholesale: drugstore in the West has been fire* A West has been destroyed by fire* - A.private: Watchman, burned to death..private: The: West has been destroyed by fire* Watchman, waa burned • to death. The: pecuniary damage is abont -3903,000.. r E , O. Wa l c o t t (Republican) has been , (Republican) nommated hv.the Legislature o f Colorado United States Senator, to succeedSenator Legislature as United States Senator, to succeedSenator Bowen., Ja me sW* McM i l l a n, o f Detroit, has been nominated the Caucdi ot tbe.-. i n, nominated by the Republican Caucdi ot tbe.-. United -States Sena­ Michigan Legulature as United -States Sena­- tor tosucceed Thomas W-Palmer. Michigan Legulature as United -States tor tosucceed Thomas W-Palmer. 'M is s Ma r y B S ih c r max ofWakeman. Ohio, member of the freshman class at r y c r max Ohio, a member of the freshman class at -shot and killed herself Qberlin College, -shot and killed herself at her boardmg place. , Orerstndy is assigned College, her boardmg place. , Orerstndy is assigned tbe cause-other action. boardmg place. , Orerstndy as tbe cause-other action. A l l the business, portion of Altana,-H I , haa been destroyed-by fire. . ■ .1 haa been destroyed-by fire. . ... ■ .1 Anepidemic o f measles\ is. prevalent at Pekin, iu. A ll the public ,schoolsdn the city have been closed b y the Board-o f Health.-. ' Ch a r l e s d e l a GrAx a. and Jesus Barbo' taught about a woman a t Anagua,\Texas. Commencing their-shooting horseback, taught Anagua,\Texas. Commencing their-shooting on horseback, they finished i t afoot, dying ith only Commencing their-shooting horseback, they finished i t afoot, dying w ith only a couple of yards! distance between them.only they dying couple of yards! distance between them. THE of: the THE police reports of: Chicago ta r the past year show th a t fifty1-tawttl«ra Wejre ,&tn- year show th a t fifty1-tawttl«ra Wejre ,&tn- mJtted. - Only' , -6ne'.ot the mUrdtrers \was. hanged ' • ' hanged ' • ; - ' r W. A. Ta y l o r , Auditor of the Southern y , Pacific road, waa suffocated b y gas in San Francisco. . ; , ■ ' y gas Francisco. . ; , , ■ ' - , AtClinton, N ,C .,k boUer Tn,.tIie.‘hoop fac­- to ry of Colonel .John ‘ Ashford exploded, in ­ , AtClinton, ,C .,k Tn,.tIie.‘hoop to ry of Colonel .John ‘ Ashford exploded, in ­ stantly killing, tw o sons o f Colonel Ashford- and a colored • man. and fatally-injuring stantly killing, tw o sons o f Colonel Ashford- and a colored • man. and fatally-injuring Colonel Ashford, himself; Colonel Ashford, himself; - Catb- W w h i n E to n - ' A n a t i o n a l convention of colorsd olics began Its session ta Washington. pRisTDKNfand Mr*. Cleveland held-their last New Year’s reception a t the White House. A throng attonded. reception House. A great throng attonded. Co n g r e s s ma n Sp r in g e rhaa tatroduoed ** ill to extend the Presideatial' term to six Co n g r e s s ma n Sp r in g e rhaa tatroduoed b ill to extend the Presideatial' term to six years,With no re-election. Se c r e t a r y o k t h e Na v yWr iit n e y sent .eGov#rnns«ntto eo-^parate Jn aconqerted hstatnattatod movemsW f< photographing eo-^parate aconqerted hstatnattatod movemsW f< r photographing taffljdsa - ---* •-. , ■; ’ FpEpubli(i.debt etatament f p r December shows tBat toe reauotiph’ dptbe' public debt FpEpubli(i.debt p shows tBat toe reauotiph’ dptbe' public debt amounted to-314.4i7,875.08: to ta l cash in the- reauotiph’ dptbe' public amounted to-314.4i7,875.08: to ta l cash in the- Treasury, ^15,501.058,98; to ta l dent; less cash ta’^Yeaiury, 1 1 ,134 ,06’;257.«9, ■ cash ta’^Yeaiury, 1 1 ,134 ,06’;257.«9, ■ Ma l ig n a n t scarlet fever is very pr*v; ig n a n very pr*v; Sjent ta YJtasbtagton ju s t now and many of tps handsomest houses are nnder quarantine. Sjent YJtasbtagton ju many tps handsomest houses are nnder quarantine. Miss LizziOJBheltabarger, the daughter f Miss LizziOJBheltabarger, the daughter o f ex- has t Congressnhto Shellaborger, has ju s t died,. The children f John the The children o f John Btay, the poet, among among Others, are ill; and tfierO is considerable, ofi the aristocratic ' apeulqW the aristocratic neighborhobcU, THgRbhaii been n net increase of '3303,488 THgRbhaii in the circulation since December i,and a net, ueCrease Of in and bullion i,and net, ueCrease Of 35,045,402 in money and bullion in the Treasury,, f * 35,045,402 money in the Treasury,, f _: * • pRxajfiENT C le v e la n d has withdrawn tba nomination of -Leon O. Bailey to be pRxajfiENT tba nomination of -Leon O. Bailey to be Statea Uajted. Statea jplstricfc-Attorney m-Indiana, app«ta|ed Solomon Claypool to that Uajted. jplstricfc-Attorney s m app«ta|ed Solomon Claypool to that aBos, aBos, jjo w s S L JoftN C la y to n oniwfnnced hi* jjo y intenaoR iie o n test the acat Of C. R. Breck- * -iiiridga’ ta 'th * Fifty-flrSt Congress fro m the -SeeondArkamtte'DiStrlct: , - - > -\1 ..*oraiR ..*oraiR (n. * .Eig.Rt perrim* have-been drowned: floods a? CaStJenlaine, Victoria. -Ch o l e r aa t Quilon, on the Malabar coast, k m r i to havs Carried o ff i»00 Christians. - Tin,.disastrous; Rhone floods.lh France atajuhsidip#, ’ • • , , T B t drought’ ta South Australia has; been brejten b y copiousrata#* SXIWEa n twho form erly Jsetonged to the* -ptian A his rriv t t Shakin from erly Jsetonged -ptian A rm v his a rriv e y t t Shakin from rtoum. which place he le ft November -ptian y rtoum. which place he le ft on November He that Emin Basha. free At place He says that Emin Basha. was free At time he le ft. And had repeatedly defeated says time he le ft. And had repeatedly defeated dervishes in Bahr-el-GhazeL dervishes in Bahr-el-GhazeL ijw o trcTNDRED persons have been lost in the mow and frozen to death in Rotsia during tbs Pest week. , * Byan explosion ta tbe QHer colliery m the Astsriat, Spain, twenty-saveu persons were killed----> , ■' is mv x r e earthquake shocks were fe lt in and. Turkestan-. Mas Khojend and. Kastakos, Turkestan-. Mas is killed and. number Of buili Khojend Kastakos, is -were killed and. a number Of buili erwdestroyed* r e has been a .series o f earthquake- r e earthquake- o f great severity in Nicaragua. A t -la killed* -la eight men were killed* - - b r i d l e disaster has happened a t sbi, to Georgia. • A tram became Georgia. blockdd in n n immense snowdrift, and before, aid cokld be sent 1 onrteen of the po.Reng«rs the intense and perishid from, the intense co;d. and twenty others were badly frostbitten A relief party Whiohltarted out to rSedue-the Whiohltarted out to rSedue-the imperiled passengers lost their way and d[*d ta the mow * G0T1H B 8 8 Chief Exuentlres In u i n F o u r States* Q o v e r n o r A i q e s F a v o r f i f mm S u f f r a g e m M a e s a d # »t t B . in atBoa- he staled L -wealtb 86. The 835,606,94 a the payment Governor Oliver Ames was in t conventldn o f the n, Mass I n his maugural that the funded debt ot on January 1, 1889, was #: sinking funds amounted to decrease of 33 078 ,061 25, due of jportioitf o f the Troy and fcfreenfleld Rail­- road loan, which,matured ffuring tha year. Actual expenses of the G o f efnmenfr os fa r as ascertained were 34 ,985^135 47 , against f5,028,38o.06 fa r the previous. andjbb* •stimates fo r the cu rre n t. year are. 35.980,- f5,028,38o.06 fa the previous. andjbb* •stimates fo r the cu rre n t. year are. 35.980,- 606 .16 606 .16 The Governor reports the deposits fa the aud Institutions at the end of savings-banks, aud Institutions at the end of the fiscal year as 33L&,185 ,070 -57, an increase savings-banks, the fiscal year as 33L&,185 ,070 -57, an increase of - gl?,236,44A.49« the number of * year of - gl?,236,44A.49« the number of * open ac- counts being 943^02. - gl?,236,44A.49« counts being 943^02. Among toe rdconiinendationsmadeare being Among toe rdconiinendationsmadeare tjiat: the qujsjtion Of constitutional prohibition be Among tjiat: the qujsjtion Of constitutional prohibition be p ro rip tfr submitted to the people that a law be enacted conferring the rig h t of mnucipAl p rip people be enacted conferring the rig h t of mnucipAl suffrage Upon women: th a t the subject be enacted conferring the rig h t of mnucipAl suffrage Upon women: th a t the subject of -railroads shouldre* of grade crowungs on -railroads shouldre* grade crowungs ceiva^reiiLLaMentiau th a t a law be passed fo tha-appotaffiient f C suitable ptrson-to ceiva^reiiLLaMentiau th a t a law be passed fo r tha-appotaffiient o f C suitable ptrson-to have a general advisory oversight of all the tha-appotaffiient ptrson-to have a general advisory oversight of all the roads and in the roads and bridges in the Commonwealth; that Massachusetts eboltld be fitly bridges that Massachusetts eboltld be fitly repre- •ented at the Washington centennial in New - t shi'. that Massachusetts eboltld be fitly repre- •ented at the Washington centennial in New Y rk dity t shi'. _ and th t the inltia- - Y o rk dity on- ttve shouli dity ttve shouli Massachusettseboltld Washington shi'. _ Washington and th a t the inltia- f., once fo r the repre­- m the exposition to be repre­- sentation-of tiia Skate m the exposition to be iu three hence. opened iu Washington three years hence. The industries the State Brisofi The industries at the State Brisofi a rt re ported imwvery-satisfactory condition, but: i t »suggested th t the law governing prison ported imwvery-satisfactory condition, i t »suggested th a t the law governing prison labor should be amended that the prison­ »suggested governing prison labor should be amended so that the prison­- mav-hava the advantage f employment. prison­- ers mav-hava the advantage o f employment. With such improved machinery the nature advantage employment. With such improved machinery as the nature of the business in which they are engaged improved machinery of the business in which they are engaged demand* may demand* , The work f the State BOapd may , The work o f the State BOapd of A rb itra lion tf'e Goreyhor states has beep contmrtedj BOapd lion tf'e Goreyhor states has beep contmrtedj ith increasing benefit to employers and em­ Goreyhor beep contmrtedj w ith increasing benefit to employers and em­- ployes who have within, the of its increasing employers ployes who have come within, the toope of its action, ■ ployes action, ■ G o v e r n o r B u r le ig h , o f M a in e . The inauguration o f Edwin C Burleigh, .Governor of took as .Governor of Mairfe.:, took - place-, t and the Governor de­ a t Augusta, and the Governor de­- livered address, i •which, t the a t Augusta, and the Governor de­- livered an address, i n •which, a t the opening. - he stated that-’ the financial. address, •which, opening. - he stated that-’ the financial. Condition f the State is - which ill opening. - Condition o f the State is one - which w ill soon - ju s tify a furtherreduction of taxation. The amount-of annual interest, ith the-refund*- ju tify amount-of annual interest, w ith the-refund*- .the debt* exceed 375.000 fug o t .the debt* cannot exceed 375.000 per annum, and*:,If the direct, ta x should be re­ fug per annum, and*:,If the direct, ta x should be re­- the-National Government annum, paid by the-National Government we may- i may- fa irly hope, says the Governor* to see i t re­- duced-as loW 360.000 says duced-as loW as 360.000 per-annum. The, to ta l taxation beper-annum. reduced fo the to ta l taxation may safely be reduced fo r the 1890 to which would be may year 1890 to mills; which would be a re-: ductionof 3117.799.94 . year 1890 to mills; which would ductionof 3117.799.94 per annum. The. deposits in the. per . The. aggregate deposits in the. fifty-five savings banks amount to nearly 341,000.000. - aggregate deposits fifty-five savings banks amount to nearly 341,000.000. Gbvernor Burleigh commends the. • pi;n* savings nearly - - Gbvernor Burleigh commends the. • pi;n* hibitive system o f the State, recommends a Burleigh pi;n* hibitive system o f the State, recommends a Close examination And earnest of the Close examination And earnest care of the public.institutiOns. and -says that both the •Labor . Bureau and the:-says State Board f •Labor . Bureau and the: State Board o f Health have valuable work.Board Be-o •Labor . Bureau and the: State Health have <tene valuable work. Be- ferring to-!fisbsilas’. and -game\-he takes occasion to ' that the rejectad fish­ ferring -game\-he occasion to ' say. that the rejectad fish­- eries treaty was opposed by an over. ' say. rejectad eries treaty - was opposed by an over. t o the date Of the National election t a No- dential electors-and clioton op, the second . >! 1892* op, beginning ta 1892* G o v e r n o r - M prebow se4 0 f . M lia tO n rf. i t jO .... . W ..I MI — o f J. J. B iw ssil, D sm oetw , cff MlsriaWppi ...I .» *“ , W . J. Johnstort. Democrat, o f Montgomery# was chosen. as P rtsidsnt pro t # m . »H , I a G ra y, of Columbia* as Secretary, y, Secretary, Governor A , E* Morehouse, sent fa his farew ell h ich .HOtes * -large i Governor A , E* Morehouse, sent fa his farew ell meseage, w h ich .HOtes * -large i n - crease o f taxable wealth, a-rap id extinguish- ta e n t ot th e public debt, sound condition Of tb e public school, system and State: in s titu ­ tio n s and says in p a period ‘o f th e S tiw t h isto h« *p rity taken id r'ra says p period h isto ry h« *p ro sp e rity taken a w id e r'ra n g e o r been m ore lavish fa h e r g if t a The groe* indebtedness Of the ‘ State Is 313,- 194,090, which th 'is-3610,200. 194,090, upon which th e re 'is-3610,200. irite re lt paid. This; the Gdyerndr thinks, lll.b tire in nine w lll.b a wip.ed.out en tire ly in eight o r nine yc»rs; The Governor recowmends the ap#' pointm ent f bahk examiner* does t pointm ent o f a bahk examiner* does n o t th in k any ra d ica l change in railroad > g i*la < t io t t i* needed a t present, suggeste th a t the X Dmma mVi a.anthnwtvari hw-lair1 frt nwKu t io t t i* needed a t present, suggeste th a t the X Dmma mVi a.anthnwtvari hw-lair1 frt nwKu T M -H r. ffo lu i •Mw X^ffMhFluri v tta A o a to v W t rtHfe- th is year.. He th Isaacs-. f-•: year.. th e Isaacs-. o f-•: Oongrese i n . a dvocacy sr.arsras.iS” S M M k cheap poriagw S M M k |s M k t distanCM cheap poriagw |s now e a rr M k m t distanCM ' America Indeed, carry Jet e b o n t half penny aech (tta i letters to the penny letters g a to the pennd, thsee non^eontre g paid to thsee non^eontre fo rty-one cents pem wuid). the 9900, received more toed T H E L A B0E W0B L D . Th e(Brooklyn pbllee CiftngTWrreete-eaACti . . «w CiftngTWrreete-eaACti -Jng#total* «w twent 1*129 . ' . ' any one-day; pbllee CiftngTWrreete-eaACti . . brbke the re e on n , «w Yasae Dag. \The ____shops at demoralizing „ — tho f . , . , „ tho present • law, j f properly enforced, eiiffiofent fo r t h r State’s welfeza He recom­ mends th a t the Australian system bf voting be adopted. - '«' - ■ / ' -' G o v e rn o r L u c e , o f M i q h f g a n .' The oath ot Office was administered to Governor G. Luce-atwas Governor Cyrus G. Luce-at Lansing, Micht, ; before the assembled State, Legislature,Lansing, Cyrus before the assembled State, Legislature, . ana in entering iipon<his secoqd term of he Legislature, . in entering iipon<his secoqd term of omce he delivered an address,,a considerable portion o f which was devoted to'the question o f tem- portion o f which was devoted to'the question o f tem- . On this Tic said in ■peranee . On this topic Tic said in pert: “Believing that the sentiment of “Believing that the sentiment of a lerge portion o t the State is ripe and ready fo r ft, portion ripe ready 1 commend ta your conslderttion.theressag* f i your conslderttion.theressag* o f a local Option law, i t one aim be.deriesd free from cpnstitntional objection.: I f ottr o a local Option law, t one aim be.deriesd free from cpnstitntional objection.: I f ottr constitutioncpnstitntional prohibits u* fro srenrfag objection.: constitution prohibits u* fro m srenrfag an efficient law ior iocaliHes. i t dOes ttot proaibit prohibits srenrfag efficient law ior iocaliHes. i t dOes ttot proaibit A gantral prohibitory law, and i f we ww de­- nied other opportunities, doutrf in the gantral prohibitory nied other opportunities, no doutrf in the future this ill be resOrtsd to.\^ opportunities, future this course w ill be resOrtsd to.\^ ' ' G o v o r n o r T h a y e r, o f N e b ra s k a ' . Governor John M , Thejrer has been ta- angurete^at L-ucoinThejrer aa Governor <* »e- , angurete^at L-ucoin aa Governor <* »e- breske, t a ' stave . his secoad term. Govsrn.ot' Larrariee and f . Govsrn.ot' Larrariee and staff, o f ae^the Iowa, were present ae^the guejt»*0f tqe .The iinugUral address of ties .Gov­ Iowa, were present ae^the guejt»*0f tqe gtate. .The iinugUral address of ties .Gov­- deaft principally With toe quertion Of gtate. iinugUral ernor deaft principally With toe quertion Of honest ballot, urging toe Lsgwlotnre principally quertion aa honest ballot, urging toe Lsgwlotnre guard t* fu ily thebsitatbex. Atej aa honest ballot, urging toe Lsgwlotnre guard more t* re fu ily thebsitatbex. Atej tetiy law wnsrecammeaMI. The faengul tetiy law wnsrecammeaMI. The faengul 'bail in the evening was ran* o f toe most evening brilliant: social ev<m» o ft W year. \■ : A i f Q J L B A n O ld T im e M in t o w E x o ite m e n ti i n fipatH enrn G u lita r n la . - An old time mining excitement is in fu ll blast in Soothsra California and Arizona a*, the result of reesnt discoveries. Two MexL to Southern California, about one hundred miles freon Yum a. * ■ ,, Indians, who bad-kept m iner*,on* Of the ta The Mexicans ssid country ta r many years., The Mexicans ssid tbegold wot easily worked, and-toey would country ta many years., The Mexicans ssid tbegold wot easily worked, and-toey would ‘Itove renialned th'ert lodger and brought out tbegold easily and-toey ‘Itove renialned th'ert lodger and brought out taore i f their previsirate bed hteted Tbefa lodger brought taore i f their previsirate bed hteted Tbefa Set everybody in Yume erasy.with the previsirate r Set everybody in Yume erasy.with the fever,,enda rush to toe fields has everybody erasy.with fever,,enda rush to toe new fields has Th e,strike movement is enheldiiigfD BeP gium. gium. . . A gTRiEE o f s ilk rib b o n weavers Is im ­ minent- ~~ ------ Cl e v e l a n d <Ohjo) c ity workmen la b te - nine hours per dav. - -, AtNew Bedford. Masa, a new au tom atic - tooe-laster is a t w o rk .' - W omen fa L y n n (Mass.) c o tto n m llls mej», 37 and men 313 a week. , Th i s cou ntry now leads toe w o r id in the m anufacture o f perfumes. Th ebarbers are to have a national organ, aud ita n a m eft to be tbs-Shaver. Th e German speaking bakers throughout the United States a r t la rg e ly organized ta unions* .Th e Seaman s Union* o f Buffalo, N Y ., ., has - reeirioted its membership to Anoeritan citizens, citizens, , , Gfthe 6501 bnok-layers, stooe-maeont and stone-cutters to New Y o rk city , 4354 are Of foreign farto* - 1 •> DELMONico’s y h le f cook I n New Y o r k city is soid to have received ove r |700 t o Epson Christmas m orning. T ee coal mines a t Monterey, Gal., wbleb bave been id le f o r years; are *0 be reopened and vigorously worked. * ■ BAKEns to Chicago are now reqvdred-ta stamp the -weight.of the -loaves a n d to e ir names on eve ry lo a f o f bread- .A c c o rd in g to Bradstrevfa. there were fif­- teen strikes in the United States fa Deoember, 1883) m which 29olp?reon« w e fv eanoetoed, P ow debJlt’s salary as G rand Master of toe K m ghts o f La bo r is 93UU0 th is yqer. He wte - voted 35009. b u t would n o t aocspt so much. T h e O xford toon aad - N a il CoEapaay*! works a t Belvidere. N J ,-have bsen oloesd indefinitely, th ro w in g 1400 empioyea-s o t of ■wbrk. * - \ St e a m machines fo r cleaning Out to a re - torta mvgas works are betnjr oasd to Philaitek h ia ith Oise machfasdeas mvgas p h ia w ith great success. Oise machfasdeas the w b rk o f eight men. - : A l a r g eamount o t busfaen hoa beeu dene : t the marbleg W est R : a t the marble quarries# W est R utland, fa fulfiU m ent.of a Government contract fo r zu,uuu soiaiersgravestpnaa. A c o mp a n yhas been chartered I u Wash­- in g to n fo r tbe purpose o f building railroad fro sheet steel to methods' g purpose cars fro m sheet steel according to methods' la te ly tovented in California. BkeiOEsfoe SfiOO a lLn igh t -bskerefa J lb ilt- delphia, there arel4QQ maWsimdf delphia, arel4QQ ere t o twenqr-two.stetm baksrieg —^ to g o f eakes,-eradcsn aad knkk-knneks* twenqr-two.stetm baksrieg to g o f eakes,-eradcsn aad knkk-knneks* T h e .Mime o t *tefaGltTtl>Tri anff'Cbie m 1 Baitroadi to O h lo 7 i° i *»Mm pn length, waa tire to Standard recent i pn en tire ly Changed to Standard e n a recent Sunday. Gna thousand engaged Sunday. Gna thousand men were engaged to th e w o sk* - T h r e e are twesste aetenu fim te rl eefa .pe nno w in opevauelt,-wtets4 kpindlee. There are tw s a i .pe opevauelt,-wtets4 kpindlee. There are tw s a »» i ___ process o f esteb llshSisUk o rto ^ s H K u ,'W ith aaeetfm etedcajsM tty o f TM ^M isgMllen. process ,'W aaeetfm etedcajsM tty o f TM ^M isgMllen. Th ePope having expsrassiil a deS&raf tbe brganltation f-worklngmsoVs ePope having expsrassiil tbe brganltation o f-worklngmsoVs , Stans thither, Under tb * eecrart o f Abe A r c h - , bishop of-Bhetow. T h e In te rn o tio n a l. Trade AsspqlatloU. o f t Finisher* f Am erica wo* to H a t Finisher* o f Am erica wo* brgoataed to Rhiladelphfa, Jun e 5, 1354. w ith 72'-local Unions; I t no W number* 15 - locale w ith 4000 members sind has almost oontrol f Unions; - members sind has almost comptete oontrol o f e v e ry jia ttin g centsf* . .. O m O iA L reoiirh* in regard t o femeia workers to a llp e rte of -Matoe show th a t tba* regard workers to a llp e rte of -Matoe show th a t tba* highest wagee rtoeived b y a womsm i t a f th a W ater v ill* M ill* , p r ou e o fth e m , nam ely 312 per week, this being given, to one o f the fore-- while th lowest fo per women, while th e lowest fo r staady emplOy- m en tisgS Weekly. * . , 'THEY have an improved method o f lasting shoesto some o f tbe Malne shoe factories b y which cement Is made t o take - t h * pllure o i peg* and tares,The device,which is patented, oent lees than il othar Te e panama Canal Company owes about 3400.000,000, including, to * amount du* to including, stockholders .Tomeet'ii interesf'alone would Yeql 000 annually, 000 annually, to jte for 6,000,- jte 6,000,- twenty per oent lees than n il othar articles ta the' aud i t is aaid to do* twenty per articles ta r the' purpose, aud i t is aaid to do* three rinses the werk. costa purpose, three rinses the werk. M o r e th a n 60 p e r' eont. o f th p a d u lt F ,rig U idiw om en.P iam eclantl'uim arri*d> ta e w o rk in g Tor d a ily subsiatcrice. : t i i E m a u k b t s. Lunbl.M.s re ** * * « ** •« •*« * ire'f o 0 0 1 A* O t® Lunbl.M.s re ire'f o 0 0 HCflH'liVi*s*-ys,4*V4*.> A _v ee * O t® yiom1—Exftieea.*. 5 ^ 5 I'A teht*..... PUee - .eV J? yiom1—Exftieea.*. I'A teht*..... H B^Le* yiom1—Exftieea.*. 5 ^ 5 PUee - .eV J? * 5 10. a 4 05 1 0 0 r a S S s S S x r fB w n w s f aperture, w wedge, the log wedge, the log camp waserushed- *,yc—State,,,-. s •kfts-sngs»« 'TW Bar ley— :< o, II * ..........H *,yc—State,,,-. •kfts-sngs»« Bar ley—:< o, II * ..........H Corn-rUngraded V ir M . . * * Oats—Bo. l W hit*. e iiie-n-aeate Corn-rUngraded . . Oats—Bo. l W hit*. e iiie-n-aeate ' . ' ■ Mixed Western . I . H fly\“NO . I » *, .« < %-ki*4* * » V »:• Stra\v-^I>6D jr Ry®, ,**#-. fly\“NO . I » *, .« < %-ki*4* Stra\v-^I>6D jr Ry®, ,**#-. Lard-^City r>team, . . jr Ry®, Lard-^City r>team, , . . . . . . . w Butter-*btat» Creamery.... Lard-^City , . . . . . . . Butter-*btat» Creamery.... D airy rstr to good.. Creamery.... D airy rstr to good.. WeetIm.Craamai7 WeetIm.Craamai7 ...... ' Factorv ~ -te S £ S E S 6 i WeeSern...,,*........ Kgge—State and Fehn;,.,,*-- scrrALO; - “ c Flour—Family . . ; . Wheat—No. a Northern,.. Corn—No* Yellow ',....*.,. Wheat—No. a Northern,.. Corn—No* 8, Yellow ',....*.,. ,40 Oate-No. 2. White —• ................. Barley—State** ................. -■», .WOHTOK. Floor—spring Wheat patfa. 71 0 Corn—Steamer Y llo Corn—Steamer Y e llo w ...... > - , Oats—No, 2 W hite.............. e w ...... Oats—No, 2 W hite.............. Rye—State Rye—State ............ *8 <1 ®4 • WATERTOWN (NASS .) OATtf* E l M I * ,R e e f-lb e**ed w e ig h t,*;,,,, 5 )M | 6>4 -:Shiespr^t*ve-wrigntr.^.-rr,~-; . — A - -5—j. — <» -! PHILADELPHIA Cbrtt—No. % M i*sd .f-a n ... ftojsto 43,S Oata—U tta d d -W b ita j } l ... ftojsto Oata—U a tta d e d -W b ita .. , . . - j } l Bt^ e r — SretoMary* M irtra ll; #1 to 31 Chases—/ a r t smms • to» crew laanch them.-.. \Kanawha.\ and expect to move first of February. •ented t StMes pi America X r . * E ff TORE. ^ B^rf<Was*.*f«A*tav>4 . . . v . k i. lr S 80. M ilch Vo*** come to good. .eB0 00 C«iTai,<»tiatQOQ to piitri*., .* $ 00 81»aW .Si**M .»tok*‘ .re»44v*k** J ** * **** seSooO a 9 oo * 5 25 76 5 560 7 5 *5 Kgge—State Fehn;,.,,*-- scrrALO; - Steers—W aitam 3 28 Bh«to—4**0,umto Good . . . 4 29 Lambe—FalrtoGood.. . . . . . . 5 tp Hog*—Gkwd tochoioe Yorks 6 00 Flour—Family . . ; . * * .*...*..5 05 Wheat—No. a Northern,..

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