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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, DECEMBER 28, 1898.
NEWS SUMMARY WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21. Boston police round up a number of auspicious characters throughout the olty; plckpocketo working the subway ItaXons Report that President Heure- aux of San Domingo had been assassinat ed proves to be unfounded Three women lose their liives In a New York fire Samuel Gompers re-elected presi dent of the A. P. of L. ; convention re affirms Its belief In free silver Jones of Arkansas says Bryan will be the nominee, and free silvertrusts and a standing army will be the Issues In 1900 Frank W. Anthony, an Insurance broker, discharged In Brooklyn court, at once sues Vermont superintendent of Insurance, who was a complainant, for $10,000 damages II. E. Farnum of Nashua, N. H., sues A. L. Worthen, a volunteer fireman of Tllton, N. H for $10,000 damages, resulting from being sprayed with chemicals from a Are ex tinguisher Death of ex-Mayor Isaac Bradford of Cambridge, Mass Grip again prevalent In Boston, though not in so serious a degree as the epidemic of a few years ago One hundred girls In a panic at a Are In Newark, N. J., but no ne seriously injured Opponents In the senate to the ratification of the peace treaty no longer count on Hoar's sup port, and it is believed the treaty will be ratified before March 4 Ex-Queen Lllluokalanl sends to the senate a pro test against the appropriation of the crown lands of Hawaii by the United States Woman's board of home mis sions of the Presbyterian church In augurate a movement to prevent Rob erts, a polygamlst, from sitting in the Fifty-sixth congress Captain Mclnnls of Rockland, Me., buncoed out of $125 at Boston Castellanos tells American peace commission that Havana will be all evacuated by Jan. 1; Uncle Sam gets property worth $5,000,000 Rev. Dr. Merrill of Newton, Mass., elected presi dent of Colgate university Engineer Getchell found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to two years at hard labor at Dedham, Mass Controller Dawes ends an examiner to Inquire Into the affairs of a Boston bank. THURSDAY, DEC. 22. Hall Calne says there Is no such change In American opinion towards England as there Is there toward Amer ica' Mother and child shot by drunken soldiers at Eutaw, Ala Miss Margaret Dodge, well known in literary circles, commits suicide in a Boston church Five companies of the First New York arrive home from Honolulu, and are given a royal reception Governor Smith of the soldiers' home at Santa Monica frightened Into resigning by two attempts on his life Cuban la borers In Havana think the Americans will make "good fathers;" soldiers swelter In blue uniforms; Spanish cus toms service demoralized President McKInley calls Hitchcock of Missouri, present ambae sudor of United States to Russia, to succeed Bliss as secretary of the Interior Hon. Edwin S. Barrett of Concord, Mass., killed by a fall from a window at his home Marriage of octogenarian with girl of 19 at Riverside, near Willlamstown, Mass Asserted In Washington that Andrew Carnegie will support Bryan as against McKInley in 19O0 Twenty-two boys under arrest at Concord, N. H., for stealing from students of St. Paul's school, and more captures are expected Police make it unpleasant for thieves In Boston Au gustus Lowell succeeds Henry Lee in the presidency of the Provident Institu tion for Savings at Boston Western passenger agents forming a new associa tion Missouri Pacific raised wages of. passenger conductors Railroads to make $100,000 exhibition at Paris Altgeld heads a new party in Chicago, and will run for mayor Newport News yards to build two new steamers for the Pacific Mall company. FRIDAY, DEC. 23. Death of Colonel William Barrett of Concord General Corbin tells war In vestigation board that practically no preparations were made until the war began; complaints against the depart ment due to a want of realization of the severities of war Wives of Senator Gallinger and Representative Dingley object to the seating of RepreFentatlve- elect Roberts of Utah Chicago lad kills deputy sheriff who attempts to serve writ upon his mother Ohio veteran's pension stopped because he served country during the Spanish war as a mule driver Wright of Plymouth, Eng., defeats Mike Sears of Boston in 15th round at Birmingham, Eng -Estimated that from 25,000 to 30,000 persons are affected with the grip In Philadel phia Thomas P. KeJley and his wife, who was Anna L. McCarthy, the Brigh ton Mass., elopers, re-turned to the form er's home, and are arrested Heavy fighting at Ililo, natives mowed down by machine guns; Cubans preparing to joyously celebrate the occupation by the Americans Employe of Standard Oil company testifies to burning books and papers which were deelred by court as evidence against the trust New York harbor a prison for warships when tide Is at ebb; congress will be asked to re move Diamond reef Death of Col onel John H. Roberts of Chelsea, Mass Mutual Are insurance companies must pay a war tax on all policies is sued since July Lieutenants Logan and Reynolds of the Eighth Massachu setts exonerated by board of survey for any losses of supplies at the Lexington military hospital Sudden death of Harvard's giant center, Percy Malcom Jaffray Lord Iveagh gives $750,000 to promote research In bacteriology, and will devote a like sum to improvement of Dublin Lord and Lady Curzon ar rive at Port Said on their way to Cal cutta, SATURDAY, DEC. 24. President orders General Otis to "take Hollo without delay;" Bennington dls-' patched to Wakes Island, 2000 miles west of Hawaii, to take formal possession by right of discovery Admiral Sampeon back from Cuba; says many reconcen trados will die despite all tfiat can be done; wealthy and most Influential peo ple want , Annexation to the United States, whether as a state or territory they don't much care The Twelfth New York ordered to Cuba, and the Eighth Massachusetts expects to be the next to start Charge White "feeling out" Great Britain on the abrogating of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty; Salisbury Insists that It is still in force, but will consent to American control similar to British control of Sues, but for a quid pro quo Ghanl Bey, the sultan's aide de-camp, shot and killed by Hafux Pasha In Constantinople Tom Ryan of Syracuse defeats Dick O'Brien In the Mm oi a JU-round bout at Hartford Torrey E. Wardner, editor Boston Traveler, sentenced to 30 dayg in Ded- uuin, Mass., jail for contempt of court by Judge Sherman Minority of mil itary affairs COmmlttPA runners a viii for an army of 30,000 regulars; 50,000 volunteers for the new possessions Fayne Moore, on trial In Nr charged with blackmail, denies Implied Blireuuuns OI immora itV Vnnar leather Cutters' union of Marlboro, Mass., Votes to RlirrpniW nhirl.. Edward Dwyer, formerly a bookkeeper . ..aiciuuiy, vonn., to be hanged at Tipperary, Ire., for murder Maine Democratic club to make a feature of mommy Danquets Bank Examiner McDonald Is maklne Howard National bank at Boston Arrest of Conductor Galvln and Motor- man Hlney on charee of mnnsimicn. they were running car.whlch was In col lision wun another electric at Leices ter, Mass Just before noon, Jan. 1, the United States shlDs will Ish colors, which will then come down from the place they have held so long, to be replaced by the Stars and Stripes, which will be saluted by the Spanish snips More evidence secured regard ing the burning of books and papers of the Standard Oil company The Methodist church of America will call upon Its members to give $20,000,000 In 1900 as a thank offering unto the Lord. SUNDAY, DEC. 25. Creelman In London says the senti ment there is that Salisbury Insists that United States must sue for permission to build the Nicaraguan canal; England preparing for war Believed that Anglo-American Joint high commission nas reached an agreement; treaty will be signed or wTiole thing will be declared off on Jan. 20 Banker Henry Clews sees a marvelous future for the Amer ican republic; New York bound to sur Dlant London as the world's ereat monev center Treaty of peace In the hands or president McKInley immediately af ter the arrival of the commission The Duchess of Marlboro makes her first appearance In England as a pub lic speaker Dr. John B. Hamilton, ex-surgeon of the United States marine hospital service, dead Captain and crew of the M. S. Dowllng, abandoned at sea, landed in New York President McKInley to appoint commissioners to the czar's proposed disarmament con gress Felipe Agonctllo lodges with the Hispano-American peace commis sioners a long protest against the treaty. MONDAY, DEC. 26. Three children drowned while skating Ing on thin Ice on Leverett pond, Boston, and fully 25 others were with difficulty rescued Colonel Ray of the lmmunes repeats his charges of bad faith against Colonel Valjente of the Cuban gen darmerie; says that he has armed the bandits, and that the Cuban police are worthless, having let a robber they were sent to arrest sleep in the house next to them Mrs. C. M. Lyon drops dead in St. Joseph's church, Burlington, Vt 'Bay State boys in camp at Amerlcus, Ga., and Greenville, S. C, enjoyed tur key dinner on holiday Uncle Sam's soldiers patrol the streets of Havana; troops observe Christmas Jury In the case of Mrs. Fayne Strahan Moore un able to reach a verdict and dismissed More males than females-torn in New York In November Cuba now a beau' tlful country, like a New England June all classes welcoming the Americans Day back home and will resume the practice of law; no political ambition $100,000 compensation is ridiculous, he says Suits to be brought by relatives of Portland people lost in steamship Portland Corinna, Me., sues the four bondsmen of the defaulting town col hector for $10,000 Charles O. McCann of New Bedford run over by freight train at Waltham, Mass., and legs cutoff Rev. Charles A. Crane of East Bos ton deprecates any movement to decor ate graves of those who rebelled against their country Tar and feathers await James Peet, Janitor of a Stratford, Conn., church, who took a girl from her home Burning of J. E. Henry & Sons' saw mill at Lincoln, N. H.; loss, $80,000, TUESDAY, DEC. 27. Special dinners served Inmates of Bos tan nubile Institutions, the jail and the state prison Secretary Long returns to Washington after spending Christmas with his family in Hingham. Mass Market for sail tonnage much improved, having been helped by recent storms Mr. McKelzy, a harnessmaker, asphyx lated at Boston Many persons report piI to he leaving Dawson City; no short age of provisions threatened Captain Thndwick replies to an engineering ex pert, who, he says, made a little error of 27 percent Busy times in Havana har bor; Rnanlsh soldiers slip away, without noise and without notice Camp of the Eighth Massachusetts lavishly decor ate with Christmas green: Major Eld ride starts for Cuba The American evacuation commission Issues Its formal proclamation and orders to the people of Cuba concerning the change of proprie torship Senator Hale says England Is trying to complicate Clayton-Bulwer abrogation with Canadian treaty; using the canal matter as a club to compel real concessions to Canada in return and nom inal concessions to United States' Charles Matson, a Gloucester fisherman, noffitlvelv identified body of the burglar at Qulncy, Mass., as that of Charles Hanson Thirty-three hundred poor Deoole fed by Salvation Army at Me phnnlrs' building- Boston Italian watchman murdered for his money near New London, Conn Attorneys for tha Pnrttt.lnrl SteamshlD comDanv filed a petition for limitation of liabilities in loss of the Portland After being part- ed many years, Mrs. Charles Klttredgo of Winchester, Mass., finds her brother flrart In New Haven Mullally and Baxter, charged with four breaks at Cambridge, Mass., assert they are lnno' int Divorce proceedings by Mrs Lilly Barnes Cooper of Providence nn.o.inaf Vii hunband at an end E. ' ' " r VnPPlnnd. charged with stealing $130 at Ooean Park, Me., escapes from the Saco police Marlboro, Mass., shoe fac nriM will open as "free shops;" one firm says it has enough workers to start up Corrlna, Me., sues the fourbonds- mn nf the defaulting town collector for tinnnn Charles O. McCann of New nun-ford. Mass.. run over by a freight ,.oin nt Waltham. and has both lefes cut 0f Rev. Charles A, Crane of Bos- donrerntes anv movement to dec- of those who rebelled against their country Burning of J. E. Henry & Sons' sawmill at Lincoln, N. H., caused a loss or su,wv. BOSTON MARKET Boston, Dec. 27. The .butter market la pretty firm, with a better trade than usual at Christmas time. Quotations are very steady. Best creamery, small lots and packages, 2222V4c: northern. creamery, round lots, 21,422c; wcst'enn. 2H421c; eastern. 2021c; firsts, 18 19c; imitations, 1516c; Jobbers, to lc more. Cheese continues Arm, with talk of a still higher market. Round lots, lO'i 11c; sage, Ui2c; Jobbing to lc higher; Liverpool, 49s for white and 49s for colored. Eggs are steady, though some dealers are claiming that storage sell very hard at 20c. Others say they are selling at 20c at marks. Storage, 2021c; western fresh, 2426c; Michigan and In diana, 2627c; nearby and fancy, 32 40c; Jobbing 11 more. The outlook for beans is firmer. Prominent dealers, Just back from the J bean-growing sections of the country, say that the crop will scarcely be more than two-thirds of a full crop, while the growers and dealers seem to expect higher prices after the first of the year. The fiour market is very Arm. Millers' agents scarcely expect any particular Instructions concerning flour, but In every instance the reports received are of a very firm character. Trade is dull, owing to the semi-holiday nature of all the speculative markets. Here there was some business In flour at very firm prices. Mill shipment prices are fully sustained to firmer, with little In the way of spring patents offering for less than $4, and from that up to $4.20 for choice, well known brands. The flour trade prices are unchanged. There is a good deal of rejoicing In the flour trade at the utter failure of the Mclntyre consolidation scheme. The three big Minneapolis milling concerns that so thoroughly crushed the scheme out of sight by their action last week resolving to have nothing whatever to do with such a broad gauged oppressive attempt, are thought to deserve the good will of everybody in the land. Cornmeal is very firm, with oatmeal and.the cereals fully sustained. The market on oats Is very quiet, but firm withal. Shippers are said to be holding for higher prices. A generally steady hay market is re ported, with chances for something bet ter soon. Straw continues quiet. Mill- feed is reported firmer: Hay, $814; fancy Jobbing lots, $1516; rye straw, $S9; oat straw, $67. The packers are reporting a stronger market on pork products. Beef has continued very dull in this market, largely owing to the attention given to the poultry trade. The market (s dull and rather easy, though little change in prices is noted. The shippers have sent less beef to this market for the week, but not as little as on the corre sponding week a year ago. Muttons and lambs are very dull, and the market has suffered under the over-supply of Christmas poultry. Veals are fairly steady. Spring lambs, 6'48c; Brighton fancy, 7V48c; mut tons, 77c; veals, 910c; fancy Brlgh- tons, 10llc. The poultry market Is easy. The ex cesslve supply of turkeys has depressed prices 2c to Jc per lb, with about as much of a decline on chickens and fowls. A big volume of poultry has been going Into cold storage all the week, and thus a great loss has been averted. Prices are easy. Turkeys, western, 1012c; northern, 1215c; chickens, northern, 10 12c; western, 810c; fowls, north ern fresh, ll12c; western, 810c; live fowls, 8(ff9V4c; live chickens, green ducks, 912c; geese. 1013c. The supply of game- Is fair in most cases, though partridges are scarce and high. Deer have continued plenty, the deep snows in Maine having aided In taking tham. They are quoted at 812c for whole deer, with saddles at ll14c; grouse, $1.261.60 per pair; part-. ridge, $1.50; quail, $2 per dozen; canvas back ducks, $33.50 per pair; mallard ducks, $1.502 per pair; black ducks, $1.25 per pair; rabbits, $1520c per pair; pigeons, $1.25 per doz; wild turkeys, 22c per lb. Potatoes are firm, though the market was quiet, under the Christmas trade In other things: Aroostook and eastern hebrons, 6365e per bush; Green moun tains, 6570c; northern, 5860c; Jersey sweets. $2.252.50 per bbl. Onions are firmer, with good lots of natives seiillng at $2 per bbl; small bbls and inferior quality, $1.75. Spanish are selling at 75c per crate. By the bushel natives Job at 7580c. Cabbages are steady at 8085c per bbl; red cabbages, $2 per bbl. Squashes are firmer at about $1 per 100 lbs, by the Jobbers. Celery continues firm, and sells at $3.50 5 per box. Spinach Is selling at $1.25 per bbl, or about 60c per bush. Caull floweir sells at 50c$l per box. Parsley sells at $3.50 per bbl. Oyster plants are quoted at $1 per bush; egg plants, $2.50 per doz. Cucumbers are very firm at $1012 per 100 for the best hothouse; seconds, $4&5, Tomatoes sell at 20c per lb for the best native hothouse, and at $3.50 per bx for Florldas. Lettuce Jobs at $1.60 per 3 doz bx; radishes, 40c per doz bchs Turnips sell at $12 per bbl.-or Job at 60c $1 per bush; beets, 50c per bush; parsnips, 65 75c per bush; carrots, 50 60c. Apples are very steady, with a fair movement. Carload lots, Baldwins and greenings, $2.753.25; Tolman sweets, $2.603.25; spies, $34; Kings, $34; snows, $34; seconds, all vailetles, $1.76 2.50; Jobbing and choice lots, $11.50 more. Pears out of cold storage are quoted at $2.504 per bu. Florida oranges are in fair supply and very steady at $3.504 for russets, and at $44:5J for brlghts. Jamaica or anges are steady at $56.50 per bbl, with repacked boxes at $2.&0(8M. Call fornla oranges have begun coming, and it is reported that the crop is a good one, and that this market will get its share Navals sell at. $3.254; seedlings, $2 2.60. Florida grape fruit Is steady, with the market at $18, the latter price for very choice. Lemons are pretty firm, and quotable at $2.753.50 for Messina an-d Palermo, Cranberries are steady at $56.50 per bbl. and nt $11.B0 percrate. There was a fair trnde In Malaga and Almerla grapes, with the market at $4ffi)10 per bbl, as to quality. The Clirlstmus trees and evergreens are done for the season of 1898. They were generally all sold. They were generally large trees, and held at pretty high prices. The evengreens are gen erally well sold up. Holly was In over- supply from the south. On the Whole the tree people have done fairly well, selling nearly 30,000 trees. New York has had over 150,000 trees, and Philadel phia nearly as many. The supply near ly all comes from New England and the provinces. Want to Reorganize, Northampton, Mass., Dec. 24. By a vote of 1513 shares to 40, the stockholders of the defunct Hampshire County Na tional bank of this city yesterday voted to petition the comptroller of the cur rency for permission to reorganize the institution with a capital of $150,000, $100,000 being the balance of assets after settlement of liabilities and $50,000 new stock. Lone Hit Tension, Chlllicothe, 0 Dec. 23. John W. Kelly, a veteran of the Civil war, re ceived notice from the pension bureau yesterday that his pension of $12 per month, Issued for general disability, had been stopped because he did service In (the war with Spain. Kelly first offered to enter the service as a soldier, but was rejected on account of disability, and then secured a place as a mule driver. Jimt'oe Pryor Retire. New York, Dec. 24. Justice Pryor sat for the last time in the supreme court yesterday. When he had concluded the business he announced his retirement. Justice Pryor retires under the age limit, having passed his 70th year a few months ago. Justice Pryor will go Into active practice as a lawyer with Chaun cey Truax, after Jan. 1. A Five-Stnry Jam p. New York, Dec. 27. Jennie L. Acker, man, aged 19, yesterday Jumped from a fifth story window. Worry over her ill ness, the grip, is said to have been the cause. Her skull was crushed and both of her legs were broken by the fall. She died a few hours later. Gold Reserve Very High. Washington, Dec. 24. The gold re serve of the treasury on Thursday reached the highest point in the financial history of the United States. There was an increase for the day of $3,361, 988, and the reserve stood at $246,027, 638. , Took Itupny's Testimony. Paris, Dec. 27. M. Loew, president of the criminal chamber of the court of cassation, spent two hours at the min istry of the interior yesterday taking the testimony of Premier Dupuy on the Dreyfus case. THE YEAR'S MISCELLANY. Record of Happenings at Home and Abroad. JANUARY. 6. Dr. Zacchartn, physician to Czar Alexander III, died in Moscow. China and Germany agreed on terms for cession to the latter of Klao-Chau. 25. John Laird, the English shipbuilder who turned out the Confederate cruis er Alabama, died in London. FEBRUARY. 4. William J. Fltzpatrick, a starter, known In the States and In Canada, died at Saratoga. 1 President Barrios of the republlo of Guatemala assassinated. MARCH. 6. China agreed to lease Port Arthur and Tallen-Wan to Russia for 99 years. $3. 48 Newfoundland seal fishers perished on an ice floer ' - APRIL. . L Arthur Orton, the notorious Tlch- borne claimant, died in England. IT. Gen. Joaquin Crespo. ex-presldent of Venezuela, killed in battle. 26. William Sexton, former champion bil liard player of the world, died in New York city at the age of 44. MAY. 5. Bread riot at Milan; hundreds of peo ple shot down by the troops. 24. Great Britain occupied Wel-Hai-Wel, China. JUNE. t. Ernest T. Hooley, London stock spec ulator, declared a bankrupt on his own petition. 13. Collapse of Letter's wheat deal. JULY. (. Dr. Cornelius Herz. a leading figure in the Panama scandal In France, died in London. 27. Hooley. the bankrupt London specu lator, Implicated several noblemen In his questionable stock transactions. AUGUST. 10. Admiral Sampson's fleet paraded In New York harbor. 22. Malietoa, king of Samoa, died at Apia. 27. The czar published a manifesto Invit ing an international conference to con sider general disarmament. SEPTEMBER. t British and Egyptian troops under Gen. Sir Henry Kitchener annihilated the army of dervishes at Omdurman, near Khartum; 11,000 dervishes killed and 16.000 wounded. 10. Empress Elizabeth of Austria killed by an Italian anarchist at Geneva. 21. A monument to Samuel de Champlaln, the French explorer, unveiled at Que bec. 22. Abdication of the emperor of China in favor of the dowager empress. 26. The ashes of Columbus exhumed at Havana by the Spaniards. OCTOBER. I. Maj. Wilkinson and several soldiers killed In an Indian outbreak near Bear Island, Minn. 7. G0.000 workmen In Paris went on a strike. 12. In a strikers' riot at Vlrden, Ills., 13 men were killed and 25 wounded, 22. 14 negroes and 1 white man killed In a race riot near Harpervllle, Miss. 25. Political crisis In France; government defeated In the Dreyfus case, and the ministry resigned. 29. Revision of the Dreyfus case granted by the court of cassation in Paris. 31. Helen Fauclt (Lady Martin), the cele brated retired English actress, died In London. NOVEMBER. 1. Spanish war steamer Maria Teresa, re covered by Hobson. abandoned by her crew olT the Bahamas. 6. Alvary, the Wagnerian tenor, died. 10. Race riot In Wilmington, N. C; S deaths. 16. Ethel Marlowe, a talented young ac tress, died on the stage of the Knlcker bocker theater, New York city. DECEMBER. I. Riot and disorder in the Patrlotlo league, the most violent anti-Dreyfus organization In Paris. H. M. H. Kournier, noted French diplo matist, died in Paris. It Riot and bloodshed In Havana, Cuban and Spanish officers participating. 14. Antonio E. Terry, Cuban capitalist, died in Paris. IT. "Old Sleuth" (H. P. Halsey). noted dime novelist, died In Brooklyn at the age of 61. TJse in time. Pnld Dt rtnKKltii. 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