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A Txi ) . - . - - t . ., . - IJ H, i parts. Oss VU(W SB i 11 CtJltJ gv i wru . -j tie Wr f t- " r 1 t-:l si TENTH YEAK. G It AND 'HANDS, MICH., SATURDAY MOHXTXtt. JANUARY 0. !'"!. Tin TU)' A TlCTT' iRS? j cc;; c:j I "sl n I 1 r I I as. ". WILL STAND DY IT Demccrati After Csucuj Yrzn fin Over tha ItIff EMI VOTETORAltnOAD tTTHROUGfJ Lteral ErTeaaru. lacoca Xavx cad unfa akhrOulra lb DUtnrtU tLWaurul ot that Meaawra, VTasstsctos, Jan. 5k Unusual pr caution wer take) to prerv th' erecy of th proceeding of to cauci of tha denoceat, utmUr of th nou. 09 th UxuT ti'i toaisht Tt orr- pnJa ts nooj attached to th prrri gallery , which bars bten eta t) ?t pcrtrr oo aiaVlar occcsioaa ve cia.9 !t.th 'jeegresa. wer cpmcd) u Ciuxl ty th'.2SctiLj is charg. tut Ita mediately aftr th Caucus ,had ba exiled to order Depnty 8ergBttb Arme Ike yiJ, wltb co cf tiio mutant doorkaeper. ckad them under order, as aa said of Chairman Holaixn, aad t' rrpeer ttt.tc of th prea wer compelled to fix tha corridor la a tutac? unrest while th proceeding were ia prugrta. It vti Z miaute af ter swhu Chairman Iblnun rapped tha caica to orv'er anil Ii?ti:c; CNrk Uoi 'Ztt:.t:2 Vtan tj call tie rviL tce urueU snu wtjr-cfea uauber an' ra U tiir DiTf. n ueuuii!j lrg ttrcUacrt aoJ trctr tliia ta4 tea acticiraU U oa tiiia occasion. IU1I ne-l bj C rtop. i'ftaf r Crif waa acconlrit the floor tj on the f roceeJiri He drclaret ttat it 'M the 4ilJ cf the mecabr of the iituixrat tttj U eUol tcftther in ufj-crt of tt tahS tntteure reported t y tu ctiiataitted on aoi raeaaa aal h! i-fociiiM and pleJjert cf the f.irty V the p utile In ranl toth.a tijlter. sail rrefriJeot ClfUia4 ats-t tiie dtuiicrat mijortt iu cxo;reu L-'t ta elr'Cti for the puee of car rttcf tut the wiiiof thpei pie expreed al t;e kI! in lvM opon the Chicuiro p:atffrti oJ to ur'od oaiteU actioa by t:4 Bkinnj. lf aqj kiq oticta t ti)t prtiioaa of the till," he eai.L "let h:n Ute H. ct;fv-t:oa oa the toor ia f "a Utftaie. a&J then it Le caooot eup. ort the bt.t Tute v-iLt if He pro tcteU a4iat the pcacj of tearieff the tutaeure Xo ptecra ia caucus an J cioeeOl i j Smti'ig a reeoJutioo p.fHifing the ruijofstj to auppnrt the tliL lha ikr wu louu! app!auJ?J aa he toik hta eat. - t - (itceal Sick?! of New York, one of the trUe democrat mixters from that tat who were prtreeat, followed in the aaiae etrio. HrvrTT Oppordj the ItitL '. Mr. Fr-trry of CVocertlcut next roea and he outline! his objection against th tuL.ia accurvUnc with hta well known 1 14. l-jurke Cock ran then pointed cut what he deemed to to the ualftijti feature of the propoed Jet; UUtcai Mr. Ckran epoke in hta Kvu-totaM iztpawMnrd maocrr od at IL. 4Mt lit t rrtuark he waa iren a found tt J Iaj. Mr. Ojtnwaite cf ()hlo, a member cf the 'i:m.ittw on ruita, waa the Dtrt Hkr. " 114 followed ia the same line a iter Crwf. and ur?d the asem tr to lj aJ their differeocra and p?rL,cil prrjutiicee acd rally to the sup port f the committee oa waje aod itein1a th?ir Tott to meet the just eipevutiui cf jople. Mr. Out h- Atle e;Jrntlj atruca a popular chord, fur he a aImj creetel with applaune. At this ;"-ut it we iid th?re were iCJ rr.tlitii' pr'iit. leicj Id t one firiu.rjite t U accoubtni for. Mr. Klj '-f rean)!tor.ij, toiateJ out ru4 of the matter ia which the til dd cut ( far eci to eutt him, how Le wo i l like to have it amended, , TmuW Over Internal Itvrnatw Job a Ptaitt Warcer occupied aoroa t'iK:e io prentir.5 th rotutioas that tr.--i hint to a that the internal rer ein ffntur' nhrvll te prr"nte-i to th h n;t tti a ;arat? meau:. Iferiid lL.it L.y 1.1 D t a.eq to etpre any L'ai.ti t-j .en Ui5 tat. tut it wv uv-:i a xfiru nutter that it reeded to tv car har. lf.re teict; a ; t.ti iq tu lv:atun cf the coun tfT . lr 1 isrX! f Nw Jeremy fcllowe! in a .ni.i,jr etriin. and tt.eo Mr. Mc Af f lnn7lvanU o!Teri the fcwJow HZ Th.it to r'tnmit? ci w t nrjd r,n' t r ei.J y report i 1 nterS4t r?-iu wKurm ia a ear at- I a i ti.l li i truvht U fufe a 4" btx-rat ran:ue tHr It dHWd ir cvti cittet vt t.Ke ahoie ia t5e hrut. ( rU( ant tte Imtm Tea. t-'i Vst i t therfu:.u aain tork ...r. IJ- rr-m u t- the tnaaner ia ti h a ce.n-Jr v-ii?e to tr.e McK.aU till h 1 1 r--rn p.- j- e-d and d.ipte'l hil t'la. nc 4u e a peo-iirt in tie fty t: c n-r ) i iw J hf d.d oot Ifi U te word I . aaj ground f.- cr; Uii-'t t n th- art f dem.Trate at tt .fe f t tfe --fhmitte on wye a . i n.eir., ith rf;.t to the iifernal ler-'Bue fatur-e to t prjvet In aotf-ruacce wila the 'J jK-etKn that h.4 t?n aual he would accept an u"t)vl nut t hi rewHuiii whicn hatj tea ir.trI'.i'.l at the le.-iaoioj of th r.i n prtiin; far ex!diUo&J time in wit h tr.e m-ii) tax m tit te epa rvty dj-l. Tai ar.en.o;er,t a tei irit t toiU wth mjht ia Ui tki fatur, whnapa Mr Warre and McAUer with-irew aotin ! t5e feakr'e ie-Fnt(i?t were nUpt--i tT acclm.tKfi, a ifltroddce! a:d atptl ! f Alnrn: ret to Atarxt or the nitL l;erl i. That it e the aeaee of lm caacua that t e the date cf et ry det ocrit mes'. rf of th to t fc-T t. pen !i r provjitii f the e of ira?t-v ff tae Uriif bu m r.er tat tho t'i r b i an orptuoltj t reim t?4 p -:r ef th party ta 'T ("'"tin. Kl.-d furth-f. That It l the dutjr rf every fe!icrat njler of the ho'lte t. attend tl dady eenia, an i we her Vy 9tir the rri -n that th tner. kr who are ateat t it t ti P'ty and in rh d u ho h t tm W.e.i!atiy return IT orlr tnt priif put i h.iiffeJ m ty M iti te tx Rerr- -nt tire Hrrf r f tytinj tro'ijr t an th !it:-r c-f t e octr tr'i la. a?i t ri"ii tt? .;mir Min'jiti tits fr te vr;t f tr. k If aa r"rtd ly the V'i-i tUat 't;rt; rt,n lv-Tht the Tv ), a a.ah..ried to t ptrd tf pr;ot f eotfar t t Hfl -f v - M.'5in'ey ;! t-er ft t . t.tt 'Le r"." t" t h je- tti A '- eti jtx r -"! r &2ed at Uuk l -tura ai augr vlinil- bj aad tiu ie?;Lr jm, tyrupa cf ca Jaica, meiixouairatkd cacUia a4 cu&ereta, aad cocreatratsd caolaca aad Ccrtrt ceut a p-jurl; profiled f ut if aay eouatry ahall herJtr ia crire tha duUra sjow leried epon the Iroiiact.oa or etaufacturea of the ciUd fctatra Uapcrted into it.oasy of Ita poceeanoea, to, and itxaaediatviy therttf ter, the atu?e rata of X ceot ah ad ia lacraaod to 2 ceota per pouad to ad the ftxti-.sa Daae) ia th-a aeclioo which tuay thereafter t imported into the itxtca froai tuck couotry and ita poate ice; and. prorkled alao that aa adU tioaal import duty or tax ah all Le lerird aadcUlected a poo all auara imported frooa all eouatrvea payicj a touaty upon auax i ported, eu,uai in amount to iai4 tuoty. Mr. UoberUcn of Louiaiaaa prvpoeed 4 duty of of a cent per pound on all c;ara t2av aixteea Uutcb standard, aad a bote that grad a doty cf 1 cent 4 per pc.rd. rc.-.trl tba C::i eabatliwted. - lit. Vtin cf Leriina waa oa his feet t rrepj tilt thj pro? uicaa cf the MilU tid rt-'-Jr-: to tr-rr should U aaUtitutcd fr tta cf tia Wiboa bill when at 10 o'ckc4 lit. Caboina of (leoria oored that tha caucus ad- Iourn, whicb ooUoa waa carried, leer aj the sujar prccaitiona undispoeod oL lit. liarter raid that ba would offer tie proposition aa an amendment to tha till when cooaideratioa of the supar schedule was reached in the bouse. Air. Wheeler of Alabama.' who originated the call fur the caucus, after adjourn ment expresaod the opinion that another caucus waa necessary and would ba called. great many membera want oae, he saliL Tonight they did not bare a chance to talk. Those who bare tailed to rote for the past two days occupied the time explaiaiog why . they bad dose so. Mr. Hainea of New York aaid that thoee who hal been quoted a I opposed to the till had got what they wanted Wo days and two nijhta ia which to discuss the income tax section of the icttrnaJ revenue section of tha bill NO QCOUCM VOTER The Democrats lulled by tbe lie pub lican at Errry Turn. WaaniNOTox, Jan. 5,The bouse of represectatiua gare another remarkable demonstration today of its inatility to transact public business arainat the will of aa active minority. After a session of nearly four hours in an attempt to reach a rote oa a report of the commit tee on rules, it was realized that in the a tee nee c( some forty or fifty democrat mecabera. and with the republicans to a man declining to rote; it waa impossible to make any progress and that there waa nothing lett to do but adjournment The report on which the right waa made came from the committee on rules, and waa to the effect that the boose should meat daily at U a. tn., sit till p nx, and then take a recess till 8 p. ni; the bouse should sit as a com mittee of the whole on the tariff bill; that general debate should close on Wedaeeday next tha 10th of January; that the till ahoo.'d ba open to amend ment; and that the preriou question on tha bill and amendments ahould ba or dered on the ljth of January at noon. There is do objection indicated to these terms, but not a single republican mem' ber voted when his name waa called and only one populist who voted No." All the democrats who responded to their came voted "Arm," but there were only ICy of them.' and it required 179 to make a quorum. .Consequently the house at bJM o'clock adjourned until tomorrow. LONG S PENSION CUT DOWN. ' Commissioner Locbren Itcdacra It to $50 rer Mouth. WAsniJHvroy, Jan. &. Commissioner Loch re n of the pension bureau has sent a notice to Jude Charles D. Long of Michigan, informing him that it appears from medical evidence on tile that he ia not disabled from the eilects of Iom of the left arm above the elbow and gun shot wound of the lett hip in such a degree as to require the regular and constant personal aid and attendance of another perron so as to entitle him to e7 per month, the rate of pension which be ie now receiving, acd stating that the pension will be reduced to 100 per month, nnlcea satisfactory evidence within thirty days rbal! be furnished to show that he is so disabled from the penioatd causes alone, as to require the regular and constant personal aid and attendance of ucotLer person. HOW THE il!OHT WALKS. Circwtetlon of Money AnuniC tto Various Xatloa. WaMu.tr.To.n-. Jan. The treasury department prenU a table stowing tbe ototietary systems and approxijiat stixks cf n )tey tn th agregite aod prr capita ia the principal countries of the world. This snows' that France, with a population of iW,.'WJ.'AA). has tbe bigheat per capita circulation of any ct the countries named in the table, via.: f-'jtl!. "The straits," with a population of .ViVTVl, hare a pr capita circulation of tiiOt. Othera are: lleigiuai. IJd.7u; Australia. t-': the L'nitd State. KACZi the Netherlands, r2l.1t In China, with a population of 4rl?u0.nno. the per capita circulation iatutfl.M', ad In silver. Fnllowiog China in this respect lloumaaia has a circulation per I capita rf II.UO; Hervia. It'i7; Sweden. nl; Tnrkey, fi.'U, a population of .'CUXD.UO, Central American states. $.171; Japan. 4; India, f it t aaiut a popuJation o,' 3f7.a.aiiW; Hayti. II ItA The L'oitel Kiojlom f Jill, snd ier many IllTiC t i each person. 1'ortiija, with a pop'i'ati-Mi of tut 4,ttV0, b a percaptUof fil.(ji and Fjpt i jt capita f iAS The South American states have a per capita of K.i; (Can ada. 10; Cuts, lli:;ii Italy. !::; Hwitaerland. li;; tireece. 111; Spaia, 117 H; Austrolhmzlry. I Vf; Norway. 0 Denmark. 411.11; li.iv sia. $ 17, with a p'p,1''lOI f ll.fwv CM, sad Miico, $ S.ace this statement was tabulated the per capita circulation ef the L'sitl (States has lecraeI to IXk.'sV The tatU r ut th stf.-k f cd ra mey at f.ini)t.iAa). sdver, f .l:U. !.. and nacoer. paper oey st ti7i,M1. m W - ee Woeka CpepL Cx t J r a'arfial wotk will le replaced ia the litis hteel works it a fvw days sad S7A eren will 1- temjor srily ernploystel. They wid. b.-tee, turn at a reoi-arti" a wsg t4 frt I -J to J pr eBt, I he wi 4 wUM rmt etsi a-edtf f to the r lre leM nM avat.t t fs (,'vtl. IKivta, Uftio, Ja .V - Tha Ir- r.,m'4Kf tail-i It ) ! la ait $! -ait.nts t-Ur. ') 'it. re,A 1 i l",l A it t.f-e. t 2..a a i fr fj ' l la T U lb 1 na. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Rtsvenua CuttJf Corwin Affives and tha Cpt&in Says LIL HAS NOT DEEM RESTORED Lit (la btrrvstatN Cowld Ha Oniataed aa Ctrtca OrCera Ilad Caesa UIvvjs NoatoTaXX. (CeorriU K54 by tbe UaiUd Tress.! B-k FaajrciaoQ, Jan. H-r-The revenue catter Corwia which wis due lut Bat arday arrived at tha ntmnco of tha hit tor thia caorciBg about 11 o'clock. Eh did act tnUr but hj o3 Fort Point locj enough to csnd a boat tihora with dLf patches and then cdlt in acd an chorrd cU Eaulihio, whesc aha after ward proceed 'td to llzx Iliad. A United Press reporter in a boat met tha cotter oil the fort and endeavored to board ber, tut waa repulaod. ilia in qoiriea aa to bow things were going on at Honolulu were unanswered, all " bind bad evidently received strictest Injunc tions to silence on that point and not a word could ba got out of anybody, ltow at Honolulu, Only a bint of tbe newt at first waa given by one of the crew, who aaid OTf the tide to tho reporter: "There is a big row on down In Honolulu.' Afterward, in answer to a Question, Captain Munger yelled back. "Tbe queen -bad not been put back on the throne when we left, but ahe may ba there cow all the eatne. After putting an officer with dispatches for Washington ashore, the Corwin steamed over to Sausalito. She lay there for an hour, and while there the reve nue cutter Hartley wen orer to her, after which the Corwin again got under way and went to the Mare Island navy yard. From the appearance of the steamer she mutt have been pressed during the run. and the chances are it is not more then ten days since the left Honolulu. Ft earner Oat of CoaL Her starboard . coal bunkers were ap parently empty and she bad decided list to port At the navy yard the cutter will go out of commission and be re turned to the curtom bouse authorities. The Mohican is at Mare Island fully equipped and provisioned. , If more as sistance is required at Honolulu the can be got ready and dispatched in an hour. There it great indignation in local news paper circle over the dlscourteou treatment accorded representative, of the press who tried to board tbe Corwin, on ber arrival, no one being able to ob tain an inkling of tbe developementa in Honolulu. All request for information were gruffly met Tho secret of this ia perphaps the raking over that Captain Munger got from the department for al lowing the newt of bit intended depar ture to become public. TJTAIt CLOUDS 1U8IXO. French Troop Attack tho British Without ProTocntkm. ' Livxbpool, Jan. fx A dispatch from Sierra Leone, northwest coast of Africa,' says: Captain Lendy and Sergeant Lis ton of the Uritish army, together with twenty-six men of a West India regi ment have been killed atWarnia, in tho interior. Tha news received at Liver pool concerning tbe slaughter of Uritish troop in the interior of Sierra Loone has been confirmed by the advice of the London foreign and war offices. The officers killed were Captain Lendy.Lieut. C. Wroughton, Lieutenant Liston and a sergeant Tbe twenty private who were shot were all negroes. The government dispatches are. withheld and only part of their content can ba ascertained. According to all accounts the French opened tire upon the Uritish troop without provocation or warning. How they could have made such a mistake it is very diSicutt to conceive, aa the West India regiment wear bright scarlet uni forms, carry Uritish arms and observe all the regulations of army discipline, Tho attack took place in the district whoso possession it still a matter of dispute between France anJ England. The French tome time since took pos session of tbe town of Hera Makokab in the interior. This town waa claimed by the Knglib and Captain Lendy was dispatched with a small police force to relieve the Uritish garrUon at Taint a, ill theame district All report of 'bis pro;re5M and experience since he set out have teen meagre and contradictory. The main Uritish expedition sent to Koran ko was commanded ty Lieut Col. I is and consisted of 121) frontier police and 4.1 .West In liana It was sent against the rnauradtng 'fas who have long been troul lesotue, Great Uritain had informed France of the object and scope) of this expedition, knowing that French Loop aUo were punUhlng the Zola under Ahniay Samadoo, , Mot of tha ae a spa pert aay, they will suspend judgement on the Warina affair until accurate detail be received. . Died on tbe Highway. Braux. Jan. !i. The thermometer roister '-z. degree be'ow tero centi- frail in several p.uta of the empire. Reports of deaths multiply. Five dead Unite have l-ceo found on highways since noon. Cae of frozen 1 1 ml am reported by the sTr ia all the largo cities. Ia Hgan Prussian hiieeia, a train waa froaea to the rails thi after- coon. " nlene ekl In France Paris Jan. Councillor Dujardin tonight was sm ttea by the cold and died in five minuWa. c f mcgetion of the Wain. A prtfttmto dteil cf Col, I this afternoon in Vernal. lUitwsy tragic la delayed for hours by snow. Ice pre vent net is atioa on the Kfine, haotie. (Jarrone aa 1 iltin, apaln .) Itound, Mnvu, Jan. IV" The wbo! country from th ryr'Bo ! this citv la ttrnlr stvo-. Tian are delate! for hour. Il is frai 11 la') tfree below freetln. I vaa la Alicsat sad lionda snow ba fallen. are Ar f'Uoit. tiai-, Jan ,X -The supply f furs Ylr-t fir th CMiifif l4nd.'q saU mhl U Ure Jar-nary !' far air-eedath i ty f t?rl ia y pt stus sals fr a iuii.if tt;if. Its l'M.e l.if-.U CJil ee s-i, M.K, Jaa. tk, - KVetal S .4l Wi!li t.f tl.a i I a i(,fl I Ol, tl-! ts - tl f aftr iv r.u It t'bt- 1 h . M l ii S - i.Un -l Ifcy w ii-4 i' 1 tcw i. Jwhn Ucirodar dizi td U tha ltk ttor tha crtX 11 wiU to ait Viila,i ortt bava tiro diihonorcd. There Is much etciUa.rst and Ulk cf prosHiuton. ctaicia, who ia villag treaacrrr, resisted, but bta mijpatica wax net accepted, and ba will te tailed to rudr aa ai xuatU. ' - ! JCtMiU JESaiSS LfUNCTIOIt Hallway IVdcratton TTill Coca bat tt In Coart. . Chicago, Jan. fx Tb rrcuUv coun cil of tha rr.1TTHa of lUdway organi rations will close ita edocs toinorrow. Moat of th clay, boaevcr, wta spent ia discussing Judge Jeakita ioJuBction ra ttraiaing th executives cf th order from aoviaicg with or direcuu action of tha tmpJoye on tha Vet thern Pact Mc railroad, Tba neobtra of th fedsr alien were of tha cpinica that th in- unction kt contrary to tha spirit of tha awaand they f propoca to combat tha Injunction and feel assured that it can ba set aaid. ' ' triLL MariTwrp xvooca tlhcrUf Croward : T7i:i . lio? tba nitchctl-CorhcU Milt : Jacxaonvixjjt, Fit., Jta. H Th Du val Athletic club ran tzainat another snag today ia th psrn of Sheriff Uroward of thil county. Th club baa btea claiming all aloe that despite Governor Mitchell opposition, th tjht would occur in Jacksonville, because th ofUcialaot th county and city would not interfere at long aa th court bad not passed on tha lr lorida law in regard to prize ghta Sheriff Uroward today in an interview declared that the club people were mistaken if they thought that he would stand quietly by and al low the fight to occur in Duval county. "I tell you,"aid the then ff, -that the fight will not take place in Duval county it I ran help it -1 don't believe the rren wanting the tight will attempt to bavo it when 1 tell them toy intentions. 1 am cot acting for frisnda or anemic in this matter, but officially under orders," The governor it aa determined as ever, a the following telegram read today to the Florida conference of the methodist episcopal church south, in session at Palatka, Florida, thowt: Ta lla n as&k, Fla., Jan. 5. The Uev. J. C. Sal and T. W. Tomp- kina. Committee; "Please present to tbe conference my heartfelt thanks for the resolution Eaased by that body, denouncing th rutal Corbett-Mitchell prize fight I shall endeavor to do my duty in th premises. "IL Lv MrrcHM.i, "Governor of Florida." Thi telegram waa heartily cheered by the ministers. There it a very general belief that the club baa given up all bop of having a public contest and ia now engaged in perfecting arrange men ta to consummate the match in the wood. rjtOMlMLNT MLL AltllKSTED, They Attended a' Chicken Dispute and Must Pay Up, Arxo. Ohio, Jan. SLTwo week ago a chicken fight waa "pulled off" in Hotel Kuchtel in the presence of a large crowd. Since tbe event those who attended it have been keeping a cle eye on Prose cuting Attorney Uogera on account of hi threat to prosecute every max -who bad witnessed the tpcrt,-' Their anxiety was relieved today wtTeu warrants vrera iseUHlbythe mayor for fort of the spectators, including business men, bankers, doctor, capitalists, ex-city ofti ciala, newspaper men, hotel keepert and deacons. A soon aa it became known that warrants bad been issued Colonel Wood, proprietor Hotel Uuchtol. made bis appearance at the city building, pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined o and costs. He was followed by about halt the other for whom war rant bad been issued, who also plead guilty, and were likewise fined. Tbe oth er will be arrested and tried ia the mayor court Mitchell I Wroth. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. li. Charles Mitchell is very angry orer the fact that several southern newspaper have ac cused him of showing tbe "white feather" in not signing tho amended articlea when first presented to him. The pugilist assert that he is wildly anxious to meet Corbett, but as be ha a family he doe not propose to violate tbe law of the state and get himself in prison. He further tayt tnat be is sorry cow that be did cot sign, and that if be had a chance be would take his came from the agreement He etated posi tively that he would sign nothing mora. rrlntlnjr Ofllce Bcurchetl Haktixoh, Mich, Jan. u. About 4 o'clock this morning fir waa discovered in tha ottic of the liarry County Demo crat which was extinguished in a short time. Loss on th National bank block, fouO; covered by insurance; loan on tbe Democrat ofBce and stock, f000; no in surance. Spontaneout combustion prob ably the Cause, Forced to tha Walt LonsvtLLK, Ky., Jan. & Receiver were appointed at Cincinnati today for the United Electric Kailway company of Naabville. The Nashville Trust company and Thomas W. Wrenne, presf ident of tbe road, were placed in charge. Book Firm Assigned. Bohto. Jan. 6. Th D. Lathrop com pany, took publisher, ha mad an as signment to Iul D. Ilraadei. wboe tiuatea th firm' liabilttie JTaWU In May. 1K1 their awets, aa returned to the etate bouae. footed up f kXUl'L. Withdrawn From the Wheel Tract, Font War, Inl, Jan. 5. Winch A Hon, owe atd whe-1 niantifacturers ia thia city, hats withdrawn from tt Standard Wheel cy.mpny. repurchased their plant and a ill o,n tomorrow, tm ployirg sevt oty Cve new man. a- mills to He me SlosMlay. A wtmim. N. Y, Jao. . Th Mo hak Valley mills will resum wotk Monday. 1 he usual number f band will ) eraploye.1 . and the mills will run fail ti.n. TelVstrama 4 Hteft Alfred Davis, a ho thif. was lynched at Laaak. Atk, ytefday. Jotia Krke,u a: I Jtut-a ltraxly Lava ln matched to wrei; for a purs of the Itraiitan trooja drfeat-t tha U utgtil at tUo Nejjio yaatsr lay, kiiiing f.rtr s.-JJieta ? tt.j i.; r.ht rt-t.tIi,f all tha ' ay an I taita I 1 i s !ls-i t trrnnat est i!!l j th ItHlol rojrtl ailisto-l j it ! t-ifilv lo u ire Hots at Vlrri.. ! th i.h A. 1 Xl, tru' shf f f thf la yet-tr a-t t"W, 1 !.t.iMV Ih m vni eaia OTSEGO HAN'S TALE Ffink. Cifdtn j Will Crcit3 a Cer.tion In CouhJin'i Trill WAS GEEN WITH THE TnUNK Coatatalajs Dr. Oonta'a Cody on ta Mht of tba HardrMcLsM3-h-Urn to Soatafa Ura, Foy, Chicago Jan. 6.-Agtin ' aocatthicj aew acd ttxrtlicj broke la upon tha trial of Dan Cough lia and vpest all ax racgeatoU fcr continulrj th reception of testimony r-aint on cf Dr. Crocin' aliened raurdacrr. ToJiy it u a r;ew' witneaa which put a stop U th prcjroa of th great triad j until next tiooday mornic. Tbl witnea la Frank Harden of Otsego, Mich,, and th tiory b tell accusing Cooghlia of being on of th three men who drove to Edgewater ia th carpenter' wagon containing a tool -beat or truck, and in wbidi th jury i asked to infer lay hidden th bloody corps of Cronin. ,The notic took th defense by surpria and they asked Judg TutbiU to adjourn court until Monday to enable them to look up thit phaaa of the case, Thi waa doc. The lory Harden will tell uoder oath is sub stantially aa follow: Michigan BLan' Story. He is a mechanical engineer about 35 year of ge and ' marriau. In 1SS3 ba was employed by an electric company to fupvrviae the installation of a power riant at th electric light worka at tdgewater, a village just north of Lake view. On tha night of tha Cronin mur der be waa at work in th rower bouse with bis assistant William Gosner. Be tween 1 and 2 o'clock be bean) the noise of a wagon crossing tho railroad track. He noticed a wagon approaching to wards the lake shorn and on the street wher the power houpe was built An electric search light of 33-candle power waa fixed on the door of the building facing the street j When the wagon, which had two men seated la front came within fifty, feet of Harden be turned the light on the bore. The ani mal reared acd backed a if frightened. When Harden turned full oo agaia the form and face of Daniel CoughUn cam within the ahaff of light The defend ant was walking 1 behind tha wagon which waa being driven at a walk, and had his band on the vehicle. If ad a Trunk In the Waxon. He knew Coughlin well, having lived two door from the East Chicago ave nue station for eighteen months and teen the detective ; several time a week outside th station. Harden noticed a chest or trunk in the wagon. Th men paased on towards the lake and then south, The time fit in with the teati mony of Special Officer Way, who taw the wagon and three men in Edgewater farther toward the city looking tor tha "Lake shore drive," mile away. Tb discovery that such a witneaa was in ex latence date from . the removal , of Coughlin, Hurke and 0Sullivan to th penitentiary four yevs ago Harden loft Chicago on ' busioea and for bis health shortly after th murder, and while travelling on a railroad train told a friend of FoTu'e Captain! Schuettler, in charge of the Cronin caso cow, that he could hare made a good witness for the state. In that way de tective were put on Harden a track and after mapy clue bad been exhausted, he waa located in Otsego, Michigan. Joseph McLaughlin, brother of Mrs. Andrew Foy, who baa been living in Glasgow since th murder, is expected to be a witneea against Coughlin next week. He wa living at hi sister's house when the murder conspiracy was being planned there and after May a. He will strengthen Mrs. Foy a testimony relating to the vis its paid ty Coughlin, Burke, Cooney and McKenna to Foy, and the secret meetings held at the bouse. McLaughlin Will Trwtlfy. Several other matter are juwt cow en grossing the attention of the representa tive of the state, ; First and most im. portant of these is the question: Will Joe Mclaughlin be hero to testify? It is now almost a montu since the letter containing a prepaid ticket from Eng land to New York was mailed by T. T. Conklin to McLaughlin's sister at Glas gow. Thus far no answer bat been re ceived, but thia ia considered farorable because McLaughlia waa instructed only to r;4y in case be could not or would not come. The letter should hav reached it destination a day or eo after Christmas, and the arrangement wa that Joe would sail last Saturday. The ticket wa so arranged that he could sail from either Glasgow or Liverpool. In the event that he did tail on that day be would be due in New York any time after tomorrow. A trusty man i Mow in New York to meet him aod con vey him to Chicago. He ia expected to reach here on Monday, or latest by Thursday next the 1st date being ia the event that be bad sailed from Glas gow by the alow lin of boat leaving that port Tbe prosecution hoia to put McLaughlin on th stand the last of next week. Should he testify he will corroborate the evidence of Mr. Fey a to the visits of Cooney, Coughlin, Burke and the other to ber bouse and their conference with ber husband. Me Iaughlin can go further than this. He overhrard, it is Mid. Foy 'a fatal admis sion to his wife CJricer&ing the detail of the kilhr.. lit evideac would be conclusive proof of the truth of Mrs. Foy who! story. Killed hv Dynamite Lrwojrr, lit, Jan. Foreman J. L Miller wa killM and Engineer Ben irich was eerioii!y injure! ty an etpl'V sion r-f dynamib ea auction lOof the drainage can l ttr here tlay. Tbe etpioaion U k p!ac in title but where th tatter teat djeamite. It m not know a how theexploatoa occurred. MIt oa I Ire. Co aire. Ohio, Jan. 5 Tb Tm Corwin mine N 1. silnat! two tniWw east t-f Jits plcs, tock fire thi movnirtg so Ha no burn icg It la etpectad that the rilne wi'l hate V b ertirtly tlvle.l 4-t eitinguiwh li.e nre, which wrl entail a get k-es. Senator I4ndv lesmnatft FsaaaroirT. Ky, Jan. -V I'nited fr-tatea fseeator Vjiu Lu Uay waa r- Ri.rs.ijat 1 by afrlar-.a',ii ! tley ir;t i!fn: tat l-c!.'-tne tsii'-aa t"ri;ht TWr rftNnt mrit ira for lb iti?.W,r ' I. r tf tke t aecut lout ise-l mf lrtrr llanarest Ktftsiw Citv, ?.., J it. - Martii Vd, fegr. n,t ie.-vr, wat tr.ej threat Pl o'cli tlij ClLt Ird TfcS t-w tiust by Fttlrt liia'd t c-.: .e church, ho tn-oa.ii.ated tia ta t- acsToiX xas f:u::.i! han aivat, l-troai tirrlbrr ted ldtrrA Zzx io Wrea L-rriosu!y Irjcrri i BfTKiJ.ux.ai. IJan. VV1 Llj tut dxivicg thia everai .s Baron DrrlUr.cho Lad char ci Krupp' i.t;Ut tt thai world afuir, tu tot, Litutt-rtt Jac ques, chief cf crdaacce at tha beia iron wvLx and Maurl Vt;ta were arrkitJy isjured la a rccaaav. Their bortrs took frht cear a crad crossicjef t Jwery CettraJ rkilrcai and ovtrtsr&ed th csjrira. Broa Dreitcr ca cut about tha lrr i-d areas; Lseutf raat Jacques rrrj-od wi:h cutj and bruizes alut th rtc, avd lit. Whit t-ered frlhftil cccijv wounda Tb lattar we crrsd quit a diaUnoa, All aua uadir tha car cf a aurgeon. ' 1 " Murctew ratl th XV'.iy. -RocKiuuna'is, N. C, Jan. &Daa CU christ cultred. was handed ttra t.y for the murdrr of Lis f alhrr la law, Frank McKay. Tb xecuUoa wta pri vate, OUctmt declared bicuf is.no ccat of th erica to th but Fought Over AToman. LovtHUKA, Ma, Jan. fk William Hunter and William Punch, rivals for the affect ion of a woman, fought here last night Hunter shot IHicca dead and thru tlsw out hi own brains. All th partie are colored, Coal Miner Will Strike, YocTfusTowx. Ohio, Jan. 5. Coal miner throughout ths, Mahoning valley resolved at a convection ber this after noon to strike against the proposed re duction of 10 cent a too. AZAUIAH IX A NEW ItOIJl The Flushing Patron liatche a New i Society. LaxM.ia, Mich., Jan. 5. Atari ah S. Partridge of; Flushicg baa batched a new society called th Order of Loyal Americana The new organ iiat ion is to be of a seen I military nature, ail orders emanating from headquarter at Wash ington. It it also to t uii political but n on partisan and coo-sectarian. It ba a complst ritual and all American citizens, over 10 year of age, are eligible to membership. A feature of the order will be a free circulating library in con cection with every subordinate lodge, and it will be thoroughly acd intensely patriotic in ita aim and method. All cJaase of citizen, of whatever call inc. so long at they are loyal Americana will be welcomed to its rank. Mr. Part ridge ft chairman of the executive board or, strictly speaking, the vicegerent na tional coram it tee which is cow in ses sion perfecting the detail of th organi zation. Tho American Order of Loyal American will begin operation throughout tb country at noon on th lothiost J EQUAL 8UFF11A CISTS. Meeting to Da Held at Ann Arbor, Decrtnntnir January 1& Aj A boor, Mich-, Jan. 5. A conven tion will b held here January La, 1G and 17 in Hew berry ball under the auf picra of Michigan Equal Suffrag asso ciation. Suaan'B. Anthony, the 11a v. Anna Shaw, the He v. Caroline J. Bart lett Locinda H. Stone. Kalamazoo;. (o tavia U. Batea. Detroit, and many other Michigan women of Bay City, Battle Creek. Saginaw, IVtroit and thi city will attend ' and participate in the een sioos. Two seeaioos will te held daily, afternoon and evening. Toe Be v. At tua Shaw will speak on 'Woman' War for Pea? acd "The America Uodiacov ered by Columbus," and Misa Bartlett will spnak on "Woman's Legitimate and Illegitimate Use of th Ballot" Min Bate' subject will be "Woman Work at the Exposition." Susan It Anthony, "Political Equality; the right of th cit izen and the duty of th state," MAY NOT rilOVi; FOllGEItr. Ilrokcr Kmith' Chancr ood to lcapo a Term In Prison. Dr.TEoiT, Mich, Jan. 5. IL D. Smith, the ticket broker rharge-1 with welling forged railroad tickets, wa up for ex amination in th police court today. Mr. Borgman. who nrinted the tickets, Uientiled a bunch of them and alnone that had been used. He said bis under standing wa that the ticket were to bn used for advertising urpoee only. Henry It Cue. chief clerk cf the pas aeager department of the Maine Central railroad, produced a regular roopon ticket of th Maine Central railroad, and established the fact that there wa io resemblance between the two tickets. Th ck wa further turned for one week. It is prolabl io view of Coe evidence that the charge of forgery wi4 tot bold good. Jpalice lrnfC Poos ton lie torn t VaantTro?r, Jso, f. Tb j-enaion office ba decided that in viw of tbe act of eongrrw of lecmber 2. 1 it no lorger Las a right to withhold tba pension of Justice Long of Michigan, and bat directed that he again be placed on the pension rol!. Itobtwd la Dailtbc A;v?t AthOR, Mich., Jan. OMtleib' Lujath, a German, wa knocked down and rotted of f-14, three miie east of th city yewterday afternoon, where be tad gon to 1'uy a onw. The sheriff and deputies are act urirsg the country for tb thievea Mlchtcan IMTlfMrrtnaT Vrsr4y. Jacan-v. Mich, Jan. The Michi gan Ecgineeritg society baa tieen la sta tion in this city for two day. Iter It a large attendance acd the meeting i devoted In the reading and discuasioa of paper of interest n th craft Msr-hlaasi PnatsnaaVera. Shlloh, Itmia rrnjnty, Mr. Carrl E, Drake, vice 11. lVnny, reign.l: Ftar City, Meaukee ceucty. Euily D. Ilre, vice J a tn e Niton, reii:ied; Cilty, Hu ron nonet y, Jab bparltirg. Vic It II Adamaon, rem-vt Held foe IriaJ. SatiT Sir, Maatr, Klch Jaa. 5 Fortbet prelinuoary etarcirirtiAa in the faer4m mertif ee cat ree waivea by Peter Peeroloci. tA the priermrr wa beld f'-r trial without bait Mkhlraa Prvwionta. Original Wi.Iiara H. Pirdiney, lxe!L Itcreas (""ario A. I"he!p, i'laiaweil, lis-ie - U tUsain Bnrcett log liar-J; Eogra Whit. Albi'a. Ortcieal wd. t-ws. etc.- -Nancy A, A"it OUc; Vik t'i Oaaali Mici-n ity; fvj.hia V. Ij-es Maria City; Catteei&e A. Shoe craft Ftr lewna. j potato with a capital of tV. UAG r.:UCM TOO FAST fixi::g the r.EGro;:Di:iL!iv La CHcsiaa! Imevtt I C"tira. II zl Err isstu t: Iloey 4 CJtarr4 It tia Do -a, Errrt aceour.Urta tr at rrk ra tialxxl-a the Grtsd i;pi.!a l.4 t:trr oos;ey r& a horU. -f mr - thiatiK3ia allrr i t UraUan dis covcrtJL It b tl-J t-r a rrrt cf t.s tzlZT',tT. if ti e cansr-v ttaf-.tl.a tzzz?f l.la C;a tyiiert (.X it tot ihm'7r; on the c::.ee batd it la cliiaed !y Mr. Ccttb fried that whU be baa overdra a bla am-utt tM that ba baa Uttn tua lvn tharn-l tjzlcf t tira on tt U acd ta takeu with the kLoaleipe ani rs..tf rne of th beaviest atockhi i ier ta It o;ri- Cobb I very III with ttUo?i feter, and for eavrral veel bu lif baa beta terpird of. tut ltt ti-tt bis ptyaucitn aaid be was ltUratd wou i recover. Durir.g bi illce X. A. B's, Van Dug Urea auid W. 11. Ilaijru! Lav been at work on Hi Uka which t kept for tha company and aclry Irrvgu. lantlrs have been dicorrrd. , Dtd Not UUb la Talk. , Lieut John F. Y. Blak w a h U night and waa aafced for aa eij itidUvn of th affair. Ha refusal to u.x, al though t admit tad tt ttuth of tt tory, but taled for th aak i.f Mr. Cobb's !arenta, the Bv, sad Mr. JSaiid ford IL Cobb, that the story t tu t printed at iewent He a!o rt.reMd th fear that the knouledg of it t ut li cation wouti Lav an ltijar-us r T- t on the jcucg man and irvn bt chacoes for recorrry. He eid oo r could toll, at p resect tbe lull aruoa&t of th ahort&g. Mr. fVtib' Kid r It. A friend of Mr. Cobb, who Las thor oughly investigated the tualtsr. t ut bu deeiree that his ratue should r.t kj jar. mad th following t4ten.rr.t; irl ha undoubtodiy d w a rof.g, for t o man ba a right U go It bi em oyer' rtuh drawer and tak money without ieavicg aoci slip evklecce ttat be ha ione vo. However, Bert has piscml tt evidro of what te baa takvn on the tnnka, t f whil it waa not prnjr. it ahos! I hi intent waa not criminal. There i some excuse, too, why be shn-jld ic. draw hi acouunt, f-r be wa getting til -fOJ a month and l ad lien n.i'! 1100 a raocth from a certain date. H baa overdrawn from that date, and a part of what be took waa bis wage and what be waa entitled to. Tba fact is, the bnsine of the compasy ts looely coo ducted, the money drawrr cre& and ther I littl dovtt but t princi pal hav taken cash out rod ta.a for gotten to leave a sJip tor it so that ther ta no potciU way rf rMting at the ex act kmuot takes or who l.aa taken It Frsd It Aldrkh is a chum cf Bert' an 1 is a stockholder in the or&paey. II knew that Bert waa overdrawing bis acoouet and still be had so true a confidence ia him that be adrhd a net for Bert Chauccey Ston, who worka for tha rota pan y ha said, so 1 am told, that Bert is rxt at all to blarae and if it cones to a how down ia court he can rive evidence that w ill clear Mr. Cobb of any rriuical charge. Ills Frleside Had Money. "Bert ba live.! bryoel bia meana, there i no queatioo f that He ha trained with Fred K Aldncti, lK-c Withey, Hoy Griswold and cilrrs, wt earn or bate plenty ttioney and eind it freely. Has iittl salary ! f a month would not go tar ia supporting hi in in the Peninsular c.'ub and in U ociety ;a which he toored. He ba al waja gone ia the society of the wea!th iet jujopht in town, and has attempted to spend as much money as th lioy with wbm 1 aoo.ab-d with the usual reauit that be l.ss be come Involve I in d t aod ba revortfi to 4 ueatioc able methods tb nxking ur the dedciscry. PU Their IWa "Tber is on tracsartion of wtkh I wish to epeak. Tli expert f cid check which tad ten drawn at d t.i rexrd made .A it to inVf-stigatirg it was found that lrt drew it t p-y William lUake' and bi owadjeai.t th I've insular dub, I tLiua tteettt mate of Fit a JO is bisb oo tbe aborts pe. I do not lliev they t an atow m re Uin 9 d) or f0, mrA that ia aJI sbo a on tbe tv;k as tatirg tea taken ly Mr. Col U" faufeesta 4 wn. Lawsto, Mkhu, Jan. t,- Ibe rrv rvmrt 45"nea in U CMtrvw rr,ri,tg to bear C rem alhing fron t.iays ra'i. and will then !;,um utt.l Jar r pi Tb court br.nded !"WB ! ft4.Uw(rg epifkia: Aff.rmvl McDaf aa. Ikn hhor A Michigan S-atber ?la las? company. HeU is. l:thtw, V ft Vo.rf, hUtmt 1 Ilenedirt va liVp. Auditor. General vs. Hill (rondiftedl. Lindssy , eatate of F.icharvtaon, Saton vs. l'v'i, Cros.Wv vw. Psttirk. Iverwd -JoLr.eoa ra. Ifi7vey, I )ui ley va lrfemd Maeooie petn atwiKia tioa, Merrill v. Preferred laeic ItaeeCI sworist'on. Wstefn vw Meal la trNei! v. Duluth. Smth Flr k Atlantic BaHroad ttr.tty. Jtlert tostaininf d-murrwr sr.imC la at t'vrey general ex. red Hjed va '(.Vir'i iuigment of ocetet ett'-re't r. it h r'a a Spd v Ct"Tntrfn Cot tell De troit mot k-a to vacate oedr profed tka cVniH with rota Ut th tan la !fst Contty Por (tr:i.isieTef Lar katr aay !h doe rt tbir.k th tjewsj ra know wbre thsy are at in th-ir taJa ti tornirg th city iof-rtia1ef' :? iver totb trtarity rgtirala. 'Il rnr.rd iVrn aerrd.rij ! lw" sail Mr, lack saw; scr'.rditg to U- lit, if thT is ik city tiormtf V.q etry ritirea WfUf i hsv a rtrbt ttnty ti the 9,-trtm a tb wa'd. whw rs l r law the jvTir.ater Ctiw otbertii prtrr.JMl L-t. It ti me lik a dun- rertro prerl-j:t V torn th r-4t;" s.s ever to try privat c!fBtifn. Z h O aritv Ort'tr irli;t s' ty trr V a'l riht but if vt no l'r- tbe j 'is bat r"3't bdr w thst r.;, orpantzalion sriil fe d 1 startir-g a A fcht tik jJr yte t l-tw a A!Man .trd?en r?d M'tjtergr'tw. Tt port b effs"! t.i "tti Lb d. j'ute and ty pr7rtt cr rr.