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The Weekly Expositor
J. A. Menziks, Editor atul Prop
11ROCKWAY CENTRE. - MICH.
The ladies of Japan show not less
readiness to adopt Western ideas and
-usages than the Japanese of the other!
Bcx. The belles of Yedo order drcssc
from Paris; and the progress of imita
tion has gone so far as to make a
knowledge of the fashionable dances of
Europe an indispensable feature in the
education of every Japanese lad y who
respects herself. A riding school U
about to be opened in Yokohama ex
clusively for the use of native ladies,
and it promises to be largely patronized.
The Japanese Government is about to
take a step which will have the effect
of bringing the more solid branches of
Western education within reach of the
female subjects of tho Mikado. A
number of young women are about to
be sent to Europe to receive a thorough
training in the essential branches of
female education as it is understood
there, with a view to their subsequent
employment as teachers in their own
country when qualified.
In. the tempestuous times of Gov
Belcher's reign over Massachusetts Bay,
in 1571, a great dispute aroso as to tho
boundary between that colony and New
Hampshire. It was referred to tho
Crown, and a certain boundary line
ordtrcd to be drawn. A man named
llazen surveyed this line, and allowed
10 degrees for the westerly variation o
the needle, when ho should have al
lowed only 6 degrees and 40 seconds.
The result was the loss to Now Ilamp
bbiro of a triangular piece of territory
two and three-fourths miles wide at tho
base and stretching from Dracut to the
Connecticut River. This error has nevei
been ollicially corrected, and now a
joint commission has been appointed
by the two states to confirm the line,
over which Massachusetts has been ex
crcisiug only prescriptive rights for 145
years. Tbe curiously notched boundary
line north of tho Merrimae belongs to
the same period, and resulted from an
attempt to follow tho winctiugs of tho
river at a distance of three miles.
Many of tho old railroads in the
South in existence in 1880 have been
purchased since by syndicates and vast
ly improved and extended so as to de
velop new territory or make new con
nections. Besides this, however, many
millious of dollars have been expended
in building new roads, and a wouderfu
Impetus has been given to the develop
ment of the resources of the South
The increase in mileage alone in live
years has been 9,323 miles. The .smallest
increase of any state has been in Mary
laud forty-two miles and South Car
olina come 4 next in smallness with 136
miles. Virginia shows an increase of
794 miles, which is exceeded by only
two states Texasand Arkansas.
The following extract from a Berlin
paper about American journalism is too
curious not to be translated. "It is in
creditable to what expedient American
newspaper 4 resort to gain a point ovo c
a competi or. Three eatable papers
printed on sugar cakes flattened out,
appear at present, in America; two on
rolled chewing tobacco; live on lly
paper, one on porous plaster, seven on
linen handkerchiefs. Three publisher-'
have each of their subscriber photo
graphed yearly and make them a pros
ent of a dozen photos, several give
them free burial, five invite them tc
dinner once a week, and 2G1 give cac'a
a doctor's certilicate."
On the report of the state board of
charities Governor Alger has ordered
tho transfer of eight inmates of the
V: stern as) luni, and one inmate of the
Michigan asylum to the asylum for in
sane criminals at Ionia. All of these
persons have developed homicidal ten
dencies. '! he one from the Michigan
asylum is the person who fatally stab
bed Dr Adams of that institution
about one year ago.
Prof. V. C. Riley, the well ".known
entomologist, has presented to the Na
tional Museum his collection of insects
which contains over 20,000 species, ami
more than 115,000 mounted specimens,
besides additional mounted material.
A large number of books and pam
phlets accompany this gift, which i
considered one of the most valuable
ever received by the government.
Jiremiaii Cleveland, an uncle of
the President, used to niako Clevela'.d
clocks" in Batavia, O. James B. W al
lace of Milford, Mass., has a clock, re.
paired by old Jerry Cleveland, which
was brought from Epplng, N. II. It
had been in the Norris family 156 years,
and in the French and Indian war two
babies were hid in its case during the
Indian attack on the cabin.
Latest information fram the Balkans
leaves no doubt that hostilities are at
an end. The smoko of battle has dis
appeared and peace reigns in the
mountains. Most of the Serbs have
retreated across tbe border. King Milan
accepts the armistice proposed by the
Powers, and Alexander of Battenbcrg
wears a big feather in his cap.
Ge. O. L. Spaulding, special
treasury agent, has returned to his
home in St. Johns, from a four months'
stay on tho Pacific coast. His prin
cipal business was to investigate the
customs business of that region, and to
examino into the workings of the
Chincso restriction act.
General Gnat, and Bishop Simpson wert
Tbo Citr of Mexico U entirely wltaouf
sowers to Se Torlfc
THE STATE AT LARGE.
Bepart of Superintendent of State Fablio
From the eleventh annual report of the
rtate Public School for tho year ending Sept.
80, we take the follouinfr items of gen
eral interest: Tbe total eurreut expense for
the year were $$,1)11.5. the largest item being
for uMker and employes. $10,417.10; the next
wan for repairs, $u,0,.i-J.19; fuel cost $5,00:),
elothing .).: W.70, and farm and barn fSi.
00. The whole number of children received
during the year hoy. ISM, girls. 02. The
total uumtK-r indentured was 20; eleven girls
were married; seven, children died, Sid Cave
Ih-cdiiu of age, 12 have been returned to the
counties from whence they came, 71 were de
clared self-supportlnir, 14 have lieen restored
to their parents, and OS are In homes on trial.
The average number belonging during the
year a 8J4, and the number remaining in the
ec'iooI r'ept. SJ was 104. Tbe whole number
of ihl'ilrcu received elnce the school
opened is l,H'A and the whole number
indentured Is 1,1)07. The avtvage age of the
children is 8 1-5 years, an J the average axe of
those L.ticnturcd is U MJ years. Superintendent
Foster ays the health of the children is re
markab y good, considering the physical condi
tion of many received. Among the important
products ot the past year on the lanu were 17
tons of hay, 5- 0 bushels of oats, VY4 bushels of
laUattK's, . 47 bushels of apples, 450 bushels of
beets, in A bvvheiH of turnips -J,V' 2 pounds of
pork uud $.' worth of beif. During the year
several valuable cows have Own added to the
herd on t. e farm, and now they can lioast ei
as exeeil -ut a herd u- is often found. Tie baru
has Ik e i eu arced by an addltl n feet,
and various furm l:nj lements purchased. In
theh iktry ; :t,7Ul loaves of I n ad and 07,V5)
I lseuits Mere l ake. I. and a great amount of
e otliing ma ie in Mil- domestic department,
liver ? . - tons of coal and 100 cords of wood
w r- burned durlug the Jear, at an
average eia'ly cott of he)
cen s per " diiy loss than for
the prev.ous year. There were 203,500 feet of
g.ii .ii.t it i acturid, using '2,'M71 gallons of oil
and 8,:3( pounds of coal. The reKrt also
speaks of tne various improvements made, ln
eiuuing the changes In the school room, base
ments, the sew a. e, etc. The K'hools appear
to be in a highly flo.irisiilng condition, tne
KlndTgaiteu, established during the past
year, being especially satisfactory. Consider
able space Is given in this report to the care of
children In the school. It says: Every
child coming Into this Institution is considered
and is at mice placed under the conditions
most nearly in accord with a true home. They
are carefully trained to habits of honesty,
truthfulness, neatness, punctuality, order,
regard to each oti.er, and industry ; each one.
who Is old enough, tits such employment as
he mav be best a?)h to do. Kveiy
kuotvn w rong act is considered and the child
instructed how to avoid a roiietitioii of t ;c
oflense. The little cues who need love
a mi t icr's care, are as perfectly cared for ts
can be, and many tie of allection are formed
for them heie'that muke it hard to give
the:n up. The evenings are spent in the true
larailv way. The children are gathered in
the r play rooms wilh games aud reading for
awhile. ytue IMIile lesson for the next Sunday
carefully studied, aud finally the evening
prayer la which each one, not already too
feleepy to rejn'at its words, Joins. Good-night
Is said aud the manager soon goes and sees
that t ach one is properly covered, that t icir
sleeping rooms are carefully ventilated, that
they ate not exposed to drafts of air, and that
they are in all respects left comfortable for
the night Every few hours throuah the night
they are visited to see if they are well and
properly tovered. Good food aud w arm clotti
ng are suppl cd, regular attendance at school
Is re iul el and when tick good nursing and
medical care provided. Delicacies such as the
sick one's appetite craves are always ready.
If a child is seriously sick some one kits
by Its tedIde day and night,, watch iny
the cyinptoms and giving It every cave
that human skill and forethought may devis:.
Ti.ls U simply an outline of the home provided
hf-ie." Regarding the care of children after
leh,g placed in homes Mr. Foster t-ays:
"Experience only rtrengtheus my former con
victions, that w ith the majority of children
now received into this school it Is far letter,
c nsldcnug their eutire life, to place them In
good fair I v homes as soon as such homes can
be found. But care must be taken to select
eadrrhlld with reference to Its borne, that It
maybe mot nuturallv fitted to it place; and
when placed to visit and advise w Ith liotli child
and guardian to the end that It may have pro
per t aluing aud nil tbo conditions of the indenture-contract
Ik conformed to. 1 am glad
to know that our experience is not exceptional.
1 find in attendance upon the National Confer
ence of Corrections and Charit es, and by cor
resKndencu with men In this work, thai the
majority of close observing and thoughtful
tneu counecte I with preventive work, regard
this work of caring for children as most hope
ful w h n Fpccial efforts are made to place them
Bailroad Commissioner's Eeport.
From the annual report of the State Com
m ssioncr of Railroads ft r 1&5, just issued, it
appears ti at the depression that has to af
foc ed th beueral business of the country has
retarded propose I railroad enterprises in this
state, and that ouly 1)8.85 miles were added to
tbe track mileage during the year just closed.
Tbe total funded and floatlng'debt of railroads
operating in tbe st te at tbe close of the year
an ointed to $l'45,7S7,7yd 30, an increase over
the preceding year of $17,57.074 04, or 5.41
percent. Tne total traflic earn! pgs reported
for the year lw81 figure at the sum of $81,
807,310 (W, of which 2J 0JS,iV4 41 was
for passengers and $".t:),:Jol 85 for
ireieht. The entire operating expenses, in
cluding taxes, amounted to -'8,0:t5,2:$ 05 a
decrease of $0,155,707 70, the expenses being
?0.n. per cent, of the earnings. The interest
une n the corisirate debts of roads reporting to
the commissioner is placed at $15.7D,173 08, a
d crease of $015,577 1 .from the figures of the
preceJinir year, showing that the refunding
operations of tbe corporations has secured
them more favorable rates of Interest. Five
companies the Chicago ete Canada Southern,
Michigan & Ohio, Ontonagon fc Brule Klver,
St Joseph Valey and Buckley & Douglass
reportet Insufficient revenues from which to
meet operating expenses, the total deficit be
ing $35,51 " 3.). or lifty per cent, less than re
ported by companies similarly situated last
During the year 15,980 tons of new rails were
usea in the renewal ot track, relaying 17D.14
miles and 43 bridges, aggregating 5.514 feet In
length, were built or renewed. The commis
sioner states that the railroad com;anies of
the state areas a rule entitled to unqualified ap
probatlonfor the sufficiency and quality of tbclr
equipments. w hich are surpassed t y those of no
other ttate. The estimated value of the roll
ing sto k .a rejKirted at $34,705,4S4 4 ', an lu
rrease of $11,5.8.574 4') over the estimates of
the preceding year.
Referring to the law concerning automatic
couplers, passed at the last session of tl:
Legislature, the Commissioner says: 4,Tbe
duty devolving upon me In this connection Is
not an enviable one, and in view of the fact
that nearly H.000 patents for automatic couplers
have Ik'Cii Issued, I have come to syrapathi.e
with the troubles of the members of the Master
Car Builders' Association in recommending to
the companies they represent the most de
sirable coupler for uniform use, and if I am
largely Influenced In my selection bv the
conclusions reached by them it will be
because of the conviction that of all men in
the country they outrht to know better than
any others' as to w hlch, among f) many appli
ances, are entitled to the preference." The
whole number of passengers carr.ed in 18S4
was 24 72,.')i2, a decrease of 529,1)58 The total
tons of freight moved was 30,479,844, a de
crease of 024.4'SO. The total number of cas
ujl.tle reported was 405, 102 of which resulted
Oat of Her Course.
Capt Thomas Ilnrbottle, government In
spictor of hull-', and Lieut Gordon, It N., the
two commissioners appolnte I by the depart
ment of marine and fisheries to Inquire into
the Algorna disaster, have concluded their in
quiries, with I he exception of the examination
of Capt. Moore, who Is Is suffering severely
from his Injuries, which Include three broken
ribs. Capt. H art ottle declined to give the re
sults of the Inquiry, w hich, he said, he could
communicate t the government only. From
tbe evidence adduced the newspaper reports of
the disaster were iu the main correct, except
In one Imiortant particular. It was at first
ttated that the Alsjoma was making for Rock
Harbor, Isle Rojale, when she struck the rocks
but the evidence went to show that the wreck
ed steamer was putting about and heading for
the lake, when it was found she was nearer to
th falsi rocks than was an
ticipated by the officers. ft re
mains for the court of Injulrv to decide if
anyone was responsible for the vessel being
out of her course and In that dangerous local
ity at the time the disaster occurred. The evi
dence showed that after the vessel struck the
crew behaved like heroes, and all hands had a
terrible experience. Many of those who pcrlsh
rd had been thmwn high and dry on the rocks,
and'.ould havfc saved ihemselves :f thev bal
had strength l.ft to rise and get out of darurer;
but while they lay there exhaustel another
wave would sweep l i and wash them back In
to thi lake, so that only two escaped. It Is lm
possible to obtain a correct 1st, either of the
crew or am-nifers. Seven aenaers ot r
at Owen Pound and t number at Sanlt St.
Marie. 1 lie commissioners will proceed to
Ow en Sound and examine Capt Moore as soon
as ho has sufficiently recovered from his in
juries. Gov. Ager'a Proclamation.
Governor Alger issued the following pro
c'amation Nov. 27:
Amidst the joys and festivities of our na
tional thanksgiving, death, with scare a mo
incut's warning, has startled tho country by
striking down one of Its chief officers, the
Honorable Thomas A. Hendricks, vice-president
of this great republic. As a token of re
spect for the departed statesman. It Is hereby
ordered that the flags on th? capitol of this
state be placed at half mast for the period of
ten davs aud that on the day of the funeral all
state offices, as far as practicable, be closed.
It A. Alger.
By the Governor:
iL A. Coxant, Secretary of State,
The Michigan Christian conference held Its
annual session at Plttsford, Hillsdale county,
recently. The present officers are : President
R.'V. J. A. Young, Romeo; Vice-President
Rev. C. I. Deyo, Oxford; Secretary Rev. E.
Mudge, President' Union Christian college,
Merom, Ind. ; Treasurer Isaac Hewitt, Maple.
Rapids. The follow ing are the trustees : O.
A. Truman, Nashville; J. H. Pllklns, Pitts
ford; 11. W. Ilollistcr, Oxford; Rev. W. W.
l)e Geer, Hollv. Tho standing tommitteeson
churches, ministry, Sunday schools and moral
reform made their usual reports, w hich showed
a steadv growth In the Interests of the de
nomination. A recommend from the mission
ary committee to apivolnt a state missionary
wan unauimouslv adopted. The annual fel
lowship meeting aud the rellglout
fervlces through the week and ovei
the Sabbath demonstrated a deep religious en
thusiasm and a broad catholic, charity.
Sheriff Frederick of Mecosta, In company
with Prosecuting Attorney Palmer, has return
ed from Kansas Citv with Vanlinans in cut. tod ,
who is suspected of the murder of John Crow,
a man from Defiance, O., whose skeleton was
found near Big Rapids Inst July. Upon being
arrested Vanimans consented to return with
out a requisition, but insisted that he knew
nothing of the murder. He claims that he ac
companied Crow as far aa Grand Rapids and
then left him and returned to Ohio. It it
stated that Crow had some money with blm
w hen he left home.
The current quarterly report of Departmenl
Commander Col. C. Ing, G. A. R. gives tht
following statistics: Total number of post!
lathe department 322; number of memocrs,
19,011; application for posts pending, 19: ex
pended for relief since Jan. 1, 18S5, $3,0-0.41;
gains In membership for first quarter of thlj
year, 222; second qunrtcr, M7; third quarter,
!n0; total gains to Oct. 1, 2,019; trains of po-.ts,
37; numlHT of memlters Oct 1, 1SS5, 3,300
more than Oct. 1, IsM; number of posts oi
gunized last quarter, 11, ond up to date this
IThe building of a direct cut-off In twren Ann
Arlmr and Hamburg by the managers of the
T., A.A. A N. M. railroad Is seriously contem
plated. Since the northern extension will be
built from Howell to Hamburg, thus necessl-
ntlng a V between South Lyon and the latter
I lace, it would seem a feasible plan and I
greatly to the ailvantasre of the Grand Trunk,
for In that case the strip of road In-twecn
South Lyon and Ann Arbor would be sold to
them and afford an out let via Toledo.
Jamc.4 Hitchcock, w ho has served thirty three
vears of a life sentence for murder, "Emery
Hartford, w ho has Iteen in rrison eleven years
of a twenty-five year term for criminal assault,
and AVllllain Flanulgan, who has served two
thirds of a twelve year sentence for man
slaughter, have lecn pardoned by the governor.
Hitchcock's release wai recommended by
Judire Johnson, who sentenced him, cx Judges
Christiaucy and Shaw and others on legal and
Mrs. L. Kuppcrt of Holt, Clinton counter, has
been an invalid for nearly nine years, and for
four vears bus been confined to her home. On
the 7th of the present month local faith
healers got lu their work on the unfortunate
woman, ami In 27 seconds she was cured, and
she Is now doing her household w ork. Since Mrs.
Rupert's miraculous cure 113 conversions
from the ways of sin have been rejiorted in the
U! age. (Ir'utui Hajiiiis Eagle.
Mrs. L. Ruiipert of Holt CHntou county,
ha been an rhvalid for nearly nine years, and
for four years has been confined to her home.
On the 7th of the present month local faith
healers got in their work on tbe unfortunate
womau, and In 27 seconds she was cured, and
she Is now doing her household work. Since
Mrs. Ruppert's miraculous cure 112 convers
ions from the ways of sin have been reported
iu the village. Journal.
Fire at midnight Nov. 2 destroyed the city
hotel In Allegan. Many guests nad narrow
escapes. Dell Rone )umcd from a third
story window. John Feeney was unconscious
for three hours from sult cation. Good work
by flremen prevented the lire spreading. Loss
$5,500. Insurance the same. This makes the
tixth lire Allegan has had in quick succession,
and was the anniversary of the Thanksgiving
fire of two years ago.
Harbor Springs bought for $1,000 a site for
its new city hall and work has commenced ou
the foundation walls. The building w ill be a
handsome two-frtory structure, 32x02, with a
bellry tower elghtv-flvc feet hluh. There will
be four off.ces below, a large court room and
two Jury rooms above. It w 111 be substantially
built and finished in hard woods throughout,
and w ill be an ornament to the village.
The superintendent of public Instruction
baa received three ilrst premium certificates
from the New Orleans exposition. One is for
the state, tor the best collection in the educa
tional exhibit ; one for the state public school
at Coldwater, as the lest institution of its
kind in the country, and one for the agricul
tural college, for the best display of forestry
Miss Addle Dewey of Toledo, formerly of
Deerfleld, who was dangerously injured by an
explosion of owder lu Colorado recently, has
returned to her home. It was reported at the
time that Miss Dewey's sight had been Cen
troyed; but by extraordinary skill one eye has
been saved, and there are no marks or disfig
urement on the young lady's face.
Some time since Cora Fairbanks a young
lady of Adrian, sued David Waltermire, a
we 1 to do farmer, for slander, his having, it
was alleged, made statements impugning hei
chastity. The case has been settled, Walter
m re paying the plalnlilT $'00 and costs ol
suit, besides signing a complete reirai tiou oi
all the allege I ( barges.
A colored minstrel named George Carter,
who lives In Jackson, attempted the life ol
El wood Bishop becausc-of an unpaid bill. He
cut Bishop's coat tails with an ax and followed
the hitter to a saloon, w here he tired several
shots, l'isl'op escajel aud Carter Is now lu
Jail, said to Ih- violently insane. Cuitci lia l
Frank Brow n of Kalam tzc o, was missed the
cther morning by his wife, who going Info hU
: hoe store, found a note on his otliie desk
titlng that Ms Isxly was In tb cistern. Sum
moning aid she w ent to the cistern In the base
n ent and there found the body. Dull trade
iiepre-sd and finally crazed him. He wu
much esteemed. ,
Duncan fc Gamble, at Duluth (formerly ol
East Saginaw), have decided to cut 15,000,0(W
to 20.0) M),0(K) feet of logs this season, a largci
input by three fourths than was ut t rst lu
teuded, on act onut of the la-tier outlook fot
the IuuiImt tir.sin 'ss. They will cut none ol
their own ) Inc. but depend on Jobbcis foi
Two notorious thieves who are wanted In
Ohio to answer several crimes, were arrested
recently In Vermonvillc by Sheriff William'.
They gave the names of John James and Frna'i
Stanford. Thev were well armed and showed
light, but the plucky officer tooic them In. ,
quantity of stolen goods were foun I In tbeli
James E. McQuade, an old resident of Bell.
vllle, committed suicide the other morning by
cutting his throat in a barn near his house.
He had been in poor health for some time, and
Is supposed to have been temporarily deraneed
when lie took his life. McQuade was GO yean
old. w ell-to-do, and leaves a widow and several
Ed A. Groavenor, the White Cloud expresj
agent ho got rbort in his accounts, has been
arretted, but owing to exposure in the.woods,
w here he was hiding, is too ill to stand an ex
amlnation. When arrested Grosvenor bad
$40, w hhn be turned over to the officers, leav
ing $1'25 for his liondsmen to make good.
A vnleanlzer In the office of Dr. Allen Cope,
dentist at Coldwater, exploded the other after
noon, tearing oft the doctor's left arm Just lie
low the shoulder and Injuring his right breast
severely. HI life Is despaired of. A boj
standing near by was (injured thyngli the con
tents of the office wer nearly rained.
Cornelius Barrett cf Charlotte,who was ap
pointed tostmaster in July last h" beet
notified by the tension department that hit
name will be continued on the pension rolL
Storlea were started that Barrett's injurlci
were not received In the armv and this action
vindicates his claim to a pension.
A rich Manlstecan offers two acres of land
in the suburbs oi the city, and promises U
collect $10,000 for the purpose of erecting
hostMtal, to be under the control of tbe littb;
sisters of the poor, should Father Callaert oi
that place, induce the little sister to ftUlf
uh an I stltuUon la Manistee.
A case of suspended animation It reported
from Jackson county. Jane McGutre ap
parently died, and preparations were made
for tbe funeral. Some ladies present insisted
that she w as not dead, and with the aid of a
j owerf ul galvanic battery, Jane was revived
and will probably recover.
Special commissioner William Kroll of the
Maple River Improvement, baa awarded the
contract to E. D. Shreve of Bucyrus, O. Con
secration, $10,710 and the 6,400 acres appro
priated by the act The bids were received In
St. Louis, and the business occupied several
Felix, Arthur and nenry Graham of Wyan
dotte, are under arrest at St Thomas, Out,
charged with attempting to wreck a train on
the Air Line road three miles of that town.
OLstructlous ban been placed on the track,
but were discovered In time to avert accident
Thirty-six years ago John Ensley of Batavia,
Branch county, went to California in search
of health, leaving his wife several small child
ren behind. Last week Mr. Ensley returned
and found his wife 30 years older than when
he jeft and his children all married.
Miss Mary White, the first teacher of Ottawa
county, Is living in Grand Haven, and the old
building iu which she first taught Thomas V.
Ferry and his brother and sisters still stauds.
The building was kng used as a achoolhouse,
town hall, court house and church.
At Marine City the salt rock Is 130 feet thick.
It shoals to the northward and at St Clair Is
only thirty-six feet thick. Consequently. Mt
Clemens thinks that It is quite likely that rock
under its soil may be even thicker than at Ma
In a speech at Paw Paw, advocating the
building of the Kalamazoo, Paw Paw & Lake
Michigan railroad, G. W. Longwell said that
If it required $50,000 to insure the success of
the enterprise he would give $10,000 at the
Indictments of fraud have been found by
the United States grand jnry against Col.
Thomas Saylor and William G. Gage, both
former postmasters at East Saginaw. Both
gentleman claim to have full aud complete de
fense. There are $30,U00,0(J0 lying lu the Bank of
England vaults, awaiting claimants. The
money belongs to the Barker estate, and
'Ren" Barker of the Reed City Clarion will
get $25,000 of the amount wheu the division la
Charles Brew, a farmer living near Mlddle
vllle, Barry count), while driving home the
other evening, was thrown from his wagon,
tbe team running away, and he received in
juries which resulted iu his death.
Miss Lottie Cooper, aged 21 years, a native
of Battle Creek, where she is very popular,
burst a blood vessel the other afternoon and
died an hour later. Miss Cooper was a sister
of Mrs. Harry M. Strong.
Burglars effected an entrance through the
rear of the meat market of Win. A. Rose,
South Saginaw. Blowing open the safe they
secured gold, silver, uotea and certificates to
the amount of $:s:0.
David Hale, proprietor of the; Marcelius
house, Marcelius, fell dead from heart disease
w hlle at his work, lie was 07 vears of age,
aud an old resident of Cass and St. Joseph
Pat Johnson of Adrian, charged With the
murder of his two infants, has been discharged.
The murder charge did not work, the physicians
certificate showing tthe Infant's premature
Ilarley H. Haney, who married Miss Josle
Holinan of Coruuua, and w as sued for breach
of promise bv Miss Austin of New
Haven, has settled with the latter for $150 and
Willie Hart, aged 15, son of Homer Hart, a
fanner living near Brouson. has become in
sane. The doctors say it is caused from a
severe slcknesi Willie had before he was a year
Harley IT. Havey, who married Miss Josle
Holman of ( orun'na last week and was sued
for breach of promise bv Miss Austin of New
Haven, has settled w ith her for $150 and costs.
Already nearly 300 master masons have
pledged aid toward tbe new home in Grand
Rapids for the benefit of aged and decrepit
masons aud destitute widows and orphans.
Charles Stewart, a 16-year old milk peddler
of CbelHiygau, w as drowned the other night,
his horse' in some way tumbling dow n an em
bankment at tbe bridge near tbe dam.
J. K. Webster of Spring Lake was killed al
most Instantly the other afternoon. He was
working with a stump-pulling machine, when
it broke, crushing in Webster's skull.
A. F. McGilllss of Norwiyr has obtained the
contract for building a new wooden bridge at
Menominee. His bid was $10,000, about $4,000
less than the next highest
A hint to w ives: Several wives of Cheboy
gan masons, as an offset to lodge nights, have
Inaugurated a scries of "hen "parties," and
say tlicy have lots of fun.
Dr. L. C. Cbapla, a prominent Kalamazoo
manufacturer, several terms member ol the
council and tbe board of education, died sud
denly of heart disease.
Dr. Ilasklns of Browne, Kent county, who
sued a couple of Sebawa farmers for $10,000
damages for falc imprisonment, got $o in
Ionia circuit court
Mrs Demund, of Williamston, died from
fright because her n William exploded a
dynamite cartridge in his pluy and lost a
thumb and linger,
Volncy Ilahn, aged 24, was burned to death
in the v .'Huge lockup in Leslie, which was con
sumed a. 5 o'clock tue other mom ng. He hud
Ransom Sherman of Bronson, a veteran of
the late war. has received back ticns.'on to the
amount of Jl.luOtiiid will receive a yearly pen
sion of $.'.
Mis. Maiy Carr, widow of the late Judze
Carr, formcily of M dland. has been appointed
to a lucratve'poslrlou In tbe government print
Goy. Alger has appointed Charles Connor of
St. Ignace circuit court commissioner for
Mackinac county in place of (Jay Bassctt, re
signrM. Warren Johnson, a wealthy lumberman of
Pine Creek, Allegan county, sat down by the
fire after dinner tue other day anil soon dropped
The supreme court adjourned on the I9tb
offer an unusually busy session. All cases on
tt c ducki t were disposed of. two being continu
D. J. .McKay, the Barry county murderer,
has been sentenced to prison for life. An
effort Is making to secure; l.lm a new trial.
Five Sunday school lovs of Adrian, are un
der arrest for plundering the eontiitiution bag
of the Broad sltcct Baptivt Sunday school.
Mice ond matc hes were probably responsible
for a tire n the house of H. H. Safford o(
Plymouth, causing damage of $100 $500.
Alonzo Fie'e land ed Bay City nas received an
Increase of Husiou, amounting to $S er
month, sin e IM5, Mtiiountiug to $2,010.
Bennle B r formerly of Jackson, one! o
the famous I crrcr family died of con&umptioi
in ThoinasvilU-, Ga., n few elays since.
A sneak thief c iteied the residence of Rich
ard H. S eele ( Ann Arbor, and stole $50
and some valuable ai tides ef jewelry.
At Grand Rapids when the prisoners In the
"oil refuse to work breaking stone they are
placed on a dirt of bre ad and water.
Albert Larson of Ludlngton, captured a
bald-hcntled eagle aud has scut the bird ol
freedom to President Cleveland.
Hugh Ryal, a farmer living near Farming
ton, hml 32 sheep killed bv dogs and the town
ship paid him $70 for the'loss.
C. L. Andei son of Cadillac I the veteran
hotel manof northern Michigan. Ilebas been
In the business forty jears.
: Fel. Partridge, once a frequent Inmate of the
Michigan state prison, was banted for horse
stealing lu Tex at recently.
Tbe finance commltte of the slate soldiers'
home sitj have received $10,70 and have
balance on l and of $22.'.
A knitting machine las been out In tbe Ionia
bouse of correction, and soon 000 pairs of stock I
will be turned out daily.
Tbe Marine City Reporter claims that land
has risen to $500 per acre along the St Clati
river near Marine City.
Samuel F. Bowling of Dow agluc ol talned
pension of $10 per month aud back pay
amount ing to $1,404.
B Charts W. Smith of Nashville was terribly
crushed on Nov. 17, while aiding to tear down
an old school houc.
The Carveth wife poisoning case at Hasting!
lias been co itinued to the next Urni of th
Barry circuit court
Mrs. Leror Warrcn.Jw Ifc of the State Mis
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Lansing on tho2.u.
Simeon French of Detroit In 1825, made th
first improvements where the city of Grand
Rapids now stands.
A total of; R00,000 bushels oi potato nai
been shipped from western and northern Mich
igan this reason.
The last $500 needed for the $20,000 In aid 0)
the Saginaw, Tuscola A Huron railroad ha
Prof. Kedzia hat analyzed tneiwtter of tht
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