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THEANAOONDA STANDARD. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 1897
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FrankAdams Is killed on the Orent^Falls ^ Canadian Pacific: at Butte^the petition of Huldah tj'jeen-r^avls-^Snell for the revocation of the will^of A. J. r^avis Is dismissed; Thomas^Lee dies from th^ effects of a mur^^derous assault alleged to have been^committed by William, and John^Day, ami Fred La Chapelle, a bar^^tender, commits suicide.^13^At Missoula w ork la begun on the^new Nuilhsi II Pacific depot.
IAt Cutte the Masonic Brand lodge^bodies meet In annual session; Klch-^ard Byrne is killed in thu Never^Sweat mine.
1^General Nelson A. Miles. IT. S. A.,^arrives In Helena; Senator John^Sherman sneaks in Livingston on the^financial issue. '
17At Hozeman the agricultural col^^lege opens with a new fuculty; tit^Helena occurs the death of Captain^(leorgo S. Hoyt; at Miles City the^Custer county fuir and races open.
18At Butte Annie Murphy tries to^take her life; near Whitehall James^Kdgerton Is drowned in the Jefferson^river.
lu--Elevenpassengers are injured by^a head-end collision on the Montana^Central.
21At (heat Valla Custnv Nlssem of^the Montana Illustrated i^P ::^ls^guilty ami is given five years; at^Hi 1i mi ground Is broken for the^state's tl.UOO.tiOO capltol building.
22At Philipsburg August llemitz^commits Kiiit-i.il'.
23The Western .Montana fair opens^at Missoula; nt Bull^ Mrs. Lizzie^McCasslln, aged ID, commits sulsido;^on lite ceded strip in Carlxm county^Uotlieb Heidc, a sheepman, Is foully^murdered and I'd) h. ad of sheep arc^killed by unknown persons.
24The Hutte priPTUfy and synod
ofMontana moota in Anaconda,^it^At Sandusky Marvin PolettO accl-
dentaltyand fatall; shoota hlmaelf;
PresidentWinter and Northern Pa-
ciflcparty visit Butta and Anaconda^27^At Baat Helena Hubert Bpollman,
NorthernPacific section foreman, is
runover and killed.
ItNear BharMaa Karl Louis rtuhie^is dragged in lb nth by bis bona; al^Helena Chartoa Cheun, a Chinaman,^Is murdered.
OCTOBER.
1At Hamilton occurs the opening of^the Ravalli county fair and race^meeting.
2At Helena the Montana Baptist as^^sociation meets In annual convoca^^tion.
4At Mnblen the famous Spotted^Horse mine changes hands and v. ill^be started tip again; near Canyon^Ferry, Lewis and Clarke county, An^^drew Hostrum is found hanging to^a tree, dead.
DThe tourist season In the Yellow^^stone park ( loses; at Belt Mrs. Alice^C. Lucas Is burned to death while^lighting a lire with koroaeno.
10At Great Falls Lee Cantelow Is^drowned In Sun river.
12At Ookodalo the pumps are re^^moved from the eoal mines and the^camp finally abandoned! at Hutte
Florencem. Kohall, alias Fred Raw-^lins. who for ten years aaaOQIKtradid^In male nttlre and Joined the Salva^^tion army six months ago, commits^suleido.
13At BattO John Downey Is killed In^the Diamond mine.
13Hubert It. Smith goes to California^to stump for llryan.
16At Hutte Alfred La Vilette Is found^(load in his gun shop; near Qlaagow^David Bonner is killed on the Ureal^Northern; ut Helena occurs the^death of Itev. Philip Lowry; by a de-
claionof i be general land otnot the
cloudto the title of the townsite of^BottMOT Is lifted.
17At Hutte a banquet Is given by tha^Sons of St. (outgo in honor of su^^premo Praaldenl Edward Oliver,
1!^At Butte the receiver! of the Butta^* Poatoat preaeut tiuir iirst report to^the i ovrt,
M\t Bell the realdence of Alex^Kauppl takes tiro and his two little^daughtera perish in tha flanrti dur-^tng the mother's temporary absence.
21At Butte Judge Knowlea signs the^deeree of fata tile^i'e oa the Butt^ ^^Boston! ^! Boaeaaaa the cornerstone^of the agricultural college is laid,
22AtOreat Faint Volh Broa*. brewery^is destroyed by tire: the annual^meeting of the Odd Fellows grand^lodge cloaca at Helena.
23At Butte William (ieortre, whose
partnafwas burned to aouth last
spring,falls down the Pm Itle hotel^ataira and breaki aia neck; at Harya-^ville Thomas Hayes is killed in a^mine.
24At Great Falls nn Italian fatally^ahoota William White; at Meadervllli^Tim O'Neill meeta death la the Min^^nie mine! mar ChftCOi Park county,^Ezra Altber, aged It, la thrown from
hishoi | - and killed.
25Near Bunayntda Caacade county,^the l^jrear-oM daughter of Char lea^m. Davrence is drowned,
27At Anaoonda is laid the corner^stone of the new US,#01 opera house;^near Helena Fritz Haulien goes to^sleep on the Northern Pacific track^and Is killed by the cars.
2SNear Beaton Paddy Whalen is^killed in a runaway accident; at
P.utteLouis Charles Do .Mar Mowa^out his brains; te ar Baal Helena is^found the body of ^Kit'' Cat son.^29^The badly decomposed body of^Dan Hunter, a Great I'.ills ahoc^maker, is found in Sun river; at Bell^Mike Qallagher meets deaih in the^coal niine; the remains of ex -Sin n if^Tom Jones of Beaverhead county,^who dlsaiipeared two months ago,^are found near Twin Bridges; ut^Butte James Kelly shoots and seri^^ously wounds Jessie Hill; at .\lai\s-^ville Mrs. John W. Allen shoots and^kills her 10-year-old son and serious^^ly wounds her husband: at Phlllpa-^burg Crant Williams returns home
andfimis ins wife lying dead on the^Hour, with u bullet hole in her head.
IIFlag day is generally observed: at^Helena Frank Heck, one of be pro^^prietors of the Parisian Steam laun^^dry, blows his brains out.
N IVKMBER.^2^At Philipsburg the QoMea Scepter^Mining lotiipauy confesses Judgm. .it^for |HMM in favor of eastern i red-^iters.
2 Flection held for national, congres^^sional, legislative, star., and county^tlcketa: at liutte Camil Pllon Is run^tfoun by a Montana Union engine^and killed.
4At Missoula Lew li.-if^-- n murders^his wife and commits suicide,^t ^Near RiretaMa Iflaaotila county,
thedead hi dy of Fred BurgoyM Is^found in the Bitter Hoot river; at^Helena Governor RioKnrds i.-su. s a^proclamation d signaling Nov. M M^Thanksc ivir.g d i^.
7At Helens, et' tirs the annual con^^ference of the Lutheran church: at^Butt ^ ^Callahan, the Hum.'' trtea to^commit suicide; on the Denver grid^^iron the home team is d^ :',-ai I by^the Buttes by a score of 20 to 0; at^Winston Krakeinan Kain of the^Northern Purine falls fit m his train^and is cut to pieces.
gNear Burlington Mrs. Mary K.^Turner is found dead in bed; at Sand^Coulee Pi. il Than, aired 16. meets^death In the mines: at Trey Rev.^A'-xis Berkc. formerly ^a^tor of the^YValkerville Methodist church, leaves^alone for the mountains on a hunt^^ing trip and Is believed to have per^^ished In the blizzard.
10 Engineer ^ ;eorge Fairchlld if the^Northern Pacific Is killed .n :i pas^^senger v. re. k n.-.(r Paradise station.
11At Gnat i ... s Q, Manno, the Ital
ianwho shot and killed William^White, is held to the district court;^at Butte the city council resolves^not to pay any more money on its^contract with the l.utte City Water^company until the company fur^^nishes, according to agreement, an^adequate supply of ' pure, wholesome^water;^ at Anaconda Jasper H. Ma-^han commits suicide.
12At Lincoln. Neb., the Hutte foot^^ball team defeats the 1'iiiverslty of^Nebraska eleven by a score of 20 to (.
13Judge Charles S. Marshall of Mis^^soula dies in Kentucky while on a^visit to his old home, at Deer :. '^the jury in the Philip Allen murder^case returns a verdict of manslaugh^^ter.
14At Belt 'William Hardy commits
suicideby hanging.
It Unprecedented Hoods prevail west^of Missoulu; st Philipsburg liens ag^^gregating 1100.000 are filed against^the Golden Scepter company,
17At Hutte the .Montana F.ipial Sul-^frage association meets ,n second an^^nual convention; at Deer Leapt^Philip Allen is oetttenced to too^years' Imprisonment, and Rose gets^a quarter of a century for criminal^assault.
18At Missoula three trnlnlonds of^passengers are Hood bound; the^Trades ^ Labor assembly meets In^(Ireat Fulls; at P.utte the city council^defeats an ordinance for the reestab-^lishment Of gambling.
19At Butte the Kmanu.l Presby^^terian church is Incorporated artth a^capital stock of HdMM; at Havre^Lee Qrifnn, a gambler, takea mor^^phine and is fuiinil dead in his rooOB,
20The Butte Miners' union : il ls^$4.!'mi to the striking miners of I.eml-^vllle, Colo.; at Hutte John E.i^ I y is
adjudgedinaaae; a state convent!) n
ofmayors is called to be held in Hel^^ena on or about Jan. 10.
21At Butte the Jury In the William^Day murder nana I rings in a verdict^of murder in the se,mid degree and^recommends that the prisoner be^given a severe Sentence.
22At Hutte the home football team^defeats the Iowa visitors by a score^of 32 to t^.
23At Butte the Ministerial associa^^tion, by resolution, calls on all min^^isters and churches of the stale to^cooperate la an effort to secure the^passage of ;mi anti-gambling law at^the (inning session of the legislature.
21At Bono mail the defeated detno-^otatie Candida tea for county clerk^and sheriff institute an election con^^test.
B At Miles City diphtheria is preva^^lent in the reform school und a Quar^^antine is established; unprecedented^snow storms and unusual cold^weather prevail throughout Mon^^tana.
26At Butte the. total enrollment of^the schools is 3,940.
27At Butte the work of putting in^plaee the mammoth hoisting engines^ui the Mountain Con and Never^Sweat mines is completed.
HNear Oreai Falls George McDow is^thrOWfl from his horse and sustains^fatal injuries: at Hutte Judge Speer^sentences William Day to M yeara in^the penitentiary, and Jamee Kelly,^brother of John F. Kelly, who blew^his brains out six months ago. com^^mits suicide: ut Meadetville Htake-
maaJ. a. McDonald of the Qreal^Northern is killed In u freight arrack.
29-AtBig Timber several election con-^. tests ate instituted; near Thompson^Falls ^Red Ml II.^ being taken la
KeerLodge to serve inn a Bve-year^sentence for horse stealing, makes his
escape.
Oilnil the Rocky Mountain division of^the Northern Pacific lira Icnian Bd
Jarboeis killed in ii freight arreck;^at Washington the United States su^^preme court reverses the Judgment of^Judge Knowlea In the Crow reserva^^tion murder tase on the ground of^non-jurisilictlon of the United States^court, nml Pb asant Dram r sen^^tenced to be hang' d in Helena Dec.^7, will be given a new trial.
IBBBM1BW
1At TBauaiilai. QaBatla county, tna
NorthernPai tlie- coal mines ^ lose
down;al Anaconda Thomas Koran
) found dead in his ^ hair, and John^Sluart is fatally Injured on the B.,^A. ^ P. road.
2At Helena Ftank J. Nesbltt, Boat-^man's defaulting poatiaaaiar. is ooa-
VtCtadof embezzlement.
3At Hutte Mrs. Fannie McDermott^begin a $20.00(1 damage mit iigninst
BarneyQnlnna uiieging crintinal ^.--^aaaJt
4At Deer Lodge the second Jury in
theBerand erimiu.ii aura till eaaa fails
toagree.
INear Livingston s. p. Tuaneil simots
andseriously wounds H. ('. Uaoi at
AnacondaBrake man a. W. Wllklna^of the Bm A. *. P. road is run over^end killed: at Billings occurs the^^ lealh of W. F. Filers, a Montana pio^^neer.
6At Anaconda James B. Keefe Is^found dead in his room.
7At Butte Judge Knowles signs a
decreefor the sale, by the receiver,
ofnil the property of the Butte ^^Boston; at Anaconda Sam Appletou.
THEWORLD'S BECOBD.
ItsGood and Had, Its Memorable Kvonts, Its (treat^Disasters and Notable Deaths in 1800.
foremanof the n.. a. ^ p. switching^craw, la run over and killed.
PeterYoung of^I dies from in-
ruaawaytrain;^is obtained on^^b lena i tpital
9At Ileb na Fireman^the Northern PacUM^Juries received oil 11
atHelena Judgment^21 claims against the
committee.
10At Neihart, Dr. A. L. Finnrll. ac^^cused of criminal assault, ^s dis-^^ barged; at Helena Frank J. Neabltt,^Boaaaaaa'a defaulting ex-postmaster,^is senti need to three years In the^penitentiary; at Helena incurs the^Nth annual convocation of Algeria^temple.
12At Butte Joseph L. Bom stu b' b.^convicted of murder In the second^degree und his punishment Igaf at
iiTiara; at Princeton, OraaMa eaaa-^ty.^ saloonkeeper Havbef and Bneban^l.everedge engage in a shiMitir.g^mat'Ii and William Kuntzt a by^^stander, Is kilb d.
1JAt Butte Charles Hlgglns drops^(b ad in the street. Atvia Offan Is kill ^^ed in the Philadelphia mine and J--^^ ph Kane m -ets death in the St.^Lawn nee tnin -.
14.\t Butte I* orgunir.ed the Cuba
Manclub of Montana; Qawarnor
Kickardapardons Mr. and Mis. Bd-^ward Clark. .- mvK t^-! of th murder^of John P. It) VI i aad veal up from^Missoula in 1MT^ for 17 ^^^ ars.^16--At Miles City a trio ot ..r;! - rus-
tienconvicted am', aantanoed to the^p, nitentla'. y.^17_.\t Butt^ Mrs. Mattle HoyCT com^^mits sub id \
20Publication of the Standard's great^^ Illuminated Christmas edition; at
Georgetown 1' A. Hib y kilb-d^John Hclntyre in s'df-d' fense.^^a_Maiena*i otty council makea a^cut in municipal salaries and^pens.s
23James Jones and A. T. M'Cauley^miners, killed by giant powder near^Sheridan creek; N. P. shops burn at^QlenBh
21Near Kibb' v r-t. r Welcome kills^Arthur Ve^au.
5_AtSan Francisco Butte defeats the
Olympicfootball team It to 0.^;^t^ At Hutte Athur Slack shot down by
anunknown assassin.^27^James McCai n killed In th^ Never
Sweatmine,^aj QaM discovered In Sheep gulch,
nearAnaconda.
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b:_-ex-
POLITICAL.
JANUARY.
1- The Venezuela boundary commission
nained.
2Jameaoa'l Bllliah invading force de^^feated and captured by Boers.
4I'tah admitted as a state by the^president's proi lainatioii.
ileerstary Cariiali calls for propo-^Mtla foi |lta,0at,aM In gold bonds.
14King, Psrempeh at Aanaataa ac^^cepts Britiah terms of geanva,
17-Captain Qciieial Campos of Cuba
mailea.
17The house adopts a resolution of^sympathy for Armenia.
PKBRUART.
I-The senate passes the free silver^substitute for the bond bill.
5--1 ^hi nominated ambassador to Ber^^lin.
7The Nicaragua canal commission^submits Its report. Kx-Quoen L.lluo-^kalani pardoned.
II-Tills government accepts France's^Offer to release ex-Consul Walh r.
uThe pram lor and seven Korean of-
fleialsassassinated.^14 The house rejeets the senate free^coinage substitute for the bond bill.^Prince Hons of linl.-aria baptised Into
the(trthodon ^ hun a.^23 A MhoUion breaks out In Nicara^^gua.
USThe s'-nate | assi-s a resolution fa^^voring the recognition of tim Ouhaa^beiiigi rency,
MARCH.
IAn!i-Ami t b an riots break out In^Spain.
frPn mter CHapi of Italy resifins.^s-The Di Rttdlnl (tallaa cabinet
taevaod.
13 The Norw egian Odelsthlng passi ^^a bill providing for a separate na^^tional Hag.
17-The Kentucky legislature adjourns^w ithout electing a United Slates sen^^ator.
IIThe Khalifa of the Soudan pro^^claims holy war against Egypt.
(0The Canadian parliament passes^the Manitoba school bill. The house^passes the Bayard (ensure resolu^^tion.
MatabelesIn South Africa revolt^against the British.
APRIL
IRfcoao Island election carried by the^republicans.
6The Cuban concurrent resolution^finally passed by the house. The^democrats make gains In town elec^^tions in various states.
7Republican! win Chicago and Mil^^waukee elections.^U- The house passes the llHrd cheese^bill.
12-Conservativesoverwhelmingly vic^^torious in Spanish i lections.
IIBalfour introduces an Irish land
billiii the Britiah house of oonunons,
QOnOralMtlhUgh Lee succeeds Will^^iams as American consul general in
iia\ana
IIDemm rata carry Louisiana, but fu^^sion ists win In New Orleans.
MThe bourgeois French ministry re^^sign.
MThe houae pnaaea ib^ Pickler pen^^sion MIL m Mi line forms a French
cabinet.Sentences of death past il^upon the leading members of the .|n-^liunneshurg reform committee, but^commuted next day.
MAY.
1Mustaffer-cd-DIn proclaimed ahah^of fitela Nicaragua rebellion end^^ed.
2 The house passes the Henderson^bankruptcy bill.^| rteaidcini Cleveland makes a sweep^^ing extenalon of the civil service^rubs.
7--Tlie Senate passes the Peffer bond^laVI stigatbm resolution.
sColonel Pa do elected proaaaeut of^Bolivia.
ItThe Canadian ministry recognlaatl^under sir Chat i s Tapper.
21-Czar Nicholas i rown^d.
g4JTile prohibitionist natioral conven^^tion nominatee Levering ami John^^son for president and \ ice pt esnletit.^and puts but a single issu. in the
platform;free aHier aanhlMtloniata
bolt,organize the n.illon.il party and
nominateBentley and Bouthgata tor^prealdenl and vice president.
29--The president vetoes the river and
harborbill
.TVN K.
1Hepuldicans carry Oregon.
2The house passes the river and har^^bor bill over the president's veto.^Butler's anti-bond bill passed by the^senate.
2The senate passes the river and har^^bor bill over the president's veto. A^Bering sea convention concluded by^the United States and (ireat Brit^^ain.
7_Thofirst battle In the Nile cam^^paign against th^ liervlshes won by
tin-Bgyptiaaa^S- Tin shah of Persia enthroned].
114 jongrsaa adjourns
isTie republican national convention^nominates KcKlnley for president^and Hobart for vice president: free^silver delegates bolt after the adop^^tion of tb^ platform. Venezuela^adopts the gold standard.
10Hanna ^ boson chairman of the re^^publican national committee.
23Liberals win the Canadian elec^^tion.
2'-Frederick Hrrazi nlz elected prrsl-^d. nt of Chile.
JULY.
7Hobart notified of Ids nomination to^the vice presidency.
9-The soflailet lahor party noaafaaates^Machette for araaident and Maguii^for vice president.
10Th^ daaaocratlc aatlona] eon van-^Hon nominates Bryan f^r preaident;^S'-wall nominated for \p^ preaident^n-x' day. The British house- of |..f.N
paaaogthe aaraaaaal wife's bm i
bill.
11-Laurl-r bec.imea pn niler of Can^^ada.
12-Diaz re-rb-rt^d president Of Ml (
Ion,
17 ('..rri-spondenci' in perman- nt nil.;-^^ ration neaotlatlnns made public I f^tna LTaitOa States and Hiltl.-li gov-^arnaaaata
22The Krai national convention of th^^bimetallic jiarty begins.
21The p. ople's psrty national mn-^ven'ion nominates Watson for vn ^^^president; Bryan ajoanlnnted for pr -
Identnext ^i. /. Hiiie lullists Iii-
nat^ Bryan and Sewall by act Ian..i-
tfcen.
2 Ja' i-s. n and bis party ^^' British^Soit'h African fllllbuslercrs conviM-d^In London.
30President Cl-veland Issues n second^proclamation against violating the^neutrality laws
AtTOCST,Democrats carry Alabama.^12^The resignation al Hoke Smith, sec^^retary of the interior, accepted.
20Lird Chief Justice Itussell of Kng-^land addresses the American Bar n ^^soclatton on International arbitra^^tion.
22The XIatabele war ends.
24Kx-^!overnor Francis of Missouri^appointed secretary of the interior,^vice Hoke Smith, resigned.
21-Said Khalid usurps the Zanzibar
throneon the death of the sultan.
26-TheConstantinople riots and mas^^sacres begin
27 Zmillhrtr palace bombarded by the
British;Hamond Bin Kotuunmed Bin^Said enthron.il as sultan. An insur^^rection against Spain breaks mil In^the Philippine Islands.^2^ Li Hung i'hung binds In New York.^Premier Ho of Japan resigns.^Thomas Callaghcr. Irish-Ann i s an.^releR*^il from Portland prison. Lng-^hwaf,
PKITKMBKH.
1Hepublicans carry Vermont. An^Irish national i onVOaitaa ass -mbb s^in Dublin.
2The national democratic convention^In Indianapolis noaMnntao Palmer for^president and Huekner lor vice presi^^dent.
7Democrats carry Arkansas.
12-Tynan and thr.tie r Ii ish-Ainer-
ic.insarretted in \.:t!ous t itts af^Hump,- stlspe, ie,I of a d^niii.ioe plot^a :.bust the British gov iluneut,
I' l: publicans i any Maine.
i;aeneral ltoh.fr of the Cuban army^arrested in New York for violating^th ^ aentrality laws,
19.:ritish nn.l L,.^ ptlansj take I^on-
l-oinfrom the l (an lahea
2jVlassachusetts silver democrats^take possession of Music hall. Bos^^ton, oti the night preceding the con-^M a than, bar aui tin- gold raction, and^next .lay nominate Q, P, Williams for^goi emor,
2f Timelier, diMiiocri'tle cnmlldata for^governor of New fork, decNaeu; re-^paacai on the Ml h by Porter.^(on IBEK.
3 Bryan ncn ots the populist nomina^^tion.
01 lemoi rats carry Florida.
7-Populists def. ati d by deniocr iis In^the Oeorgia election. Hose e-t-v re^^signs tha leadership of the BngUgfe^liberal party.
laNicaragua. Honduras and Sal.a lor^united into the Renubilc of Central^America I lenoral Alfaro i V co d^president ad Intel itn of ICcuadof
20-The Prince of Naples ami the Pria^^cess of Montenegro married,
NOVBMBKR.
2Italy and Abyssinia sign a Mealy of^peace. President lleuicaux of San^1 MmlngO re-elected.
3William KcKlnley elected president
andQarrei A. Hobart vice presiilent^of the United Stales.
9The United States and ('.rent Brit^^ain conclude an arbitration ugn-v-
mentfor tha settle as sal ot the Van*
exiielaboundary i|iieslion.
11 The Fanners' KlMl Congress
passesresolutions lavoting interna^^tional blmetalllam.
UBtaasarck reveala the history of a
secrettreaty hOtWOOg (e-i ni iiiy and
Pranoi.
1 The Manitol ,i si In.^I i si I -
tied.
21A new Chilean cabinet formed,
HEtevolutkMsa break out in Chile ami^Crugua v.
aa_TheUnited Suites supreme court
decidefthat Chapman, thntuma-
tisnnawttaeoa before tin- aanata eoaa-
initio in tin- sugar trust MVOBtigaV^t ion. must serve his sentence.^DBCBMBRR.
1A national monetary convention^called.
7OMsgreaa aaaetnhleo ami listens to
th(iprealdint'i BMaasaga^ Venezuela^nccepis the boundary treaty. Oen-
enilAntonio Milieu killed ill a Cu^^ban battle.^H_ The Spell y rural mail delivery bill^passed by tin- house.
loThe executive committee of the
national(goMI democratic party de^^ciles to continue tin orgnnteatlon.
It-The Cuban LOBgVM Amciiea or-^g.mixed.
17The senate passes the Uodge imml-
gratianbin.^21 Tin- senate foreign affairs commit^^tee reports the Cameron resolution
rciogllizing Ih^ independence of
Cuba.
2::i reeMeat CI tvelaad recognizes the^nen Republic of central Aasarica.
5CIRNCI3AM) I'ROCiKnsS.
JAMUART.
1Alfred Austin chosen British pm t^laureate,
7)Professor Roeutgett'i din overy of X^ahadowgraph raya nuule public Car^^dinal s.-itoiii receives the berretta.
7-Profeaaor Peaaandan of Allegheny,
Pa.,doraon at raise that negative elec^^tricity of the sun determines the di^^rect ion of comets' tails^14^Coiiiinandor BalllagTton Ibsith re-^ealled from tha leadership of the Sal^^vation army in Anstrli a
20The Craig epileptic colony. Iirst of^the kind in the world, opened ut
MountMorrie, N J.
PKBRUART..^^^Dr. Selle's invention of colored pho^tography reveabd In U randan berg,^^ ierman).
7-Br.Bahsm des, ii).,-.: his pew run-
sumptionremedy iiseptolln.^14^A new fomel discovered by Per-
rlne,the astronomer of Nice,
10-Pn :i ssi^!^ Bnrnot returns to Amer^^ica from his scond trip to Africa to^study the language ami habits of^monkeys.
MARCH.
9i'.|-oiii,d broken In Now York for the^Methodist university.
14-BnBingtan Booth ihri^teni: hit new^rsllgtoua otganliatliia ^The Votan
b-ers.
APRIL.
13A new comet discovered .it Mount^bun1 etsstrvatory, California.
15-Chlcugo scientists anccoad In kill^^ing disease p-'tm with Ho.ntgen^ray.
23Bxptorer Low.- repovta to the do^^minion gaatogjl al survey that the
graataepart of Labrador is na ha*
ami
I*Th^ Atti'-rb an Theosoplib al sty
el.-,is ii.. grove preaident, \ k i V.'. Q.
Jl.iK'e.il ^ asi d.
MAT.
2Th^ millennia! ^ -.: M n at Buda^^pest opens.
6Langby's flying nin^hln^ sijeeess-^fully n slid, soaring half a mile ut a^st retch.
7Women ad'iiilb d . I ' :ates to the^M. K. i otifen m ^.
:^ (Tiuniev M. I ^. i. -.v. at the N'vv^Y' ik . t'.' il i !,...-^!j..ii, sends a^mesKag^ abound the world In four^minims, using Niagara power.
:;n A p'earranged collision of |.ico-
aaUvea enhlblted near Columbus.
JUNK.
1Teiite ss'^^ iilebrates its oent'-n-^narv.
10An hbishop Bidet's golden Jubilee^^. b bmtad at Cln^ innati.
24Colore.! phuingraphy yields b^tter^results than ever saaaVa
29-The pope laanao sssatassl encyclical^on Christian tini'y.
JULY.
2-Ll-'iteiiant l'eary and party start^on another Cr'-nland ^-xi^^'d'tlon.
|I ^r BabCsM k of New York claims to^have discovered the g Tin of insan^^ity.
11Detroit celebrates the rentennary^of the final evacuation of United
Statessoil by the British.
22Prof \V. F. Hrooks. at Geneva, V.^Y.. observes a dark, round alkjaoi^passing across the moon, a discovery^new to astronomy.
30--MonslgniorMartlnelll officially an^^nounced aa Cardinal Hatolll s succes^^sor as papal abb-gal-, lu the United^States.
AUOUST.1^Compressed air car motors Intro-^Ini ^ 'I m New York.
9All eclipse of the mm observed In^Arctic Kurope and Northern Ja^^pan.
12Nans, n's party returns to ltordoe.^Bee Way, having approached four de^^grees nearer Hie north pole than did^any previous explorer. Tods. dis^ ov^^ers that gjnentgen lay* are a mate^^rial substance.
Photographs ut Boston taken with^kites, one at an altitude of I.msi
feet.
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4-T.s. ciaiks.m elected fnmmander
In-,hb f of Ihe 11. A. II.^2S The , anal pb n in-, th- Iron gate of
tin11 taaba opened.
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3Archbishop Martlnelll. papal dele-^:; it- binds In New York.
4Bishop K ane, rector of the Catho^^lic uiiiver ity at W.ishiiigioii. re^^signs.
Ptralpublic train trip mule In New^Y nk wuli the new combination slor-^n ball' rv and thud rail motor.
19-Helen Kettar, the blind ianf mute.
successfullypusses examination f-t^sdmisslon to Harvard annex. Pro-^T- naora Behriag ami Kaorr, Berlin,^announce the dtaasavary af tetanus^anti-ton!no,
MPrinceton university sesipil-centen-^alai colohtatsoa begins.
21Baiai ^ f a great caty found In the^Mexican state of (lusrrara RaVnaa^Dompleteo th- Invention of an Im^^proved autographic telegraph.
MBishop Temple of Uoadoa onoaen^achbiahop of l fanterbury.
NOVBMBKR19 The libei,|| congl'SSa of religions
pornutaentlyorganlnad.^M in-, conaty appointed rector of the
Catholicuniversity.
DKCBMBKR1-Final decision of the ecclesiastical
courtIs against Bishop Honacum of
ianaksv
.1Cardinal flatolli receives his Pai^hat.
TRADHAND FINANCE.
JAMUART.M Tin- Philadelphia traction atrika^llnally settled. United States Judge^Baker, at Indianapolis, declares the^linseed oil trust illegal
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1fliwanaiaai lonl bonds tadsiorlhod^aavoral t inn s over.
21Chicago gamieni workers strike.
fl Baltimore gannonl workers strike,^gj Boceivera appointed for lbs Balti^^more ^ I IhlO railroad.
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UWaotinghouas and Qonaral Fiertric^pompaaiea pool patanta
13Canadian Knighta of Labor sen-do^from the International body. Chi^^cago garment Worker! strike.
30Philadelphia trui tion einploj t^strike.
APRIL.
2The bilb t st.s l pis.I completed,^li^The bicycle trust organised.
MA Y
1Kight-hoiir strikes begin lu several^(libs. The Heading railroad mort^^gage force to sod.
IThe Milwaukee sit'^ I ( ar strike be^^gins.
'.iSchunini In r. the Akron ^Out Meal^King.'' falls for II.:(^^'
22Abbey, Si ho. (Tci 4\ oran. Nan York^grand opera inanugers, assign.
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:;An anti-Bell Isle phone rombtnaUoo^forim d In Plitsbui'K*.
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21The New York III olhei ksssf of^T ulois deebb- to strike.
XIclovelnnd HoaaUsra1 strike sanano^^runly setlb-d.
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I-Thestrike at Hie Brow u Hoisting
works.Cleveland, reaumsd,^I^The failure ..r Moore Brothera, back^^ers of tobaaro and dhunond match^securities, causes ihe temporary dos^^ing of the Chlenga sioik Ma-
i-huni'.'.
ir,Adams I'.xpt.-npaiiv employea
inNea York and J ST Bay City strike.
22A receiver asked for the Motion^railt oa^i system.
2tA sympathetic building trades
stnke begins iii i Manga.
:T, i:i^I, Iml.. tin plains win their
strike.
211Hilton. Htmhcs # Co.. successors of^tin- A. T, Stewart estate. N-tv Yolk,^ussigu.
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II-The Hank of Com meres at New Or^^leans i loses Its doors.
2:1The Heading railroad sold at auc^^tion to Piarponl Morgan
2sThe strike of Canadian Pacific tele^^graphers ordered, Wfaaamaher buys^tin- Hilton, HUgheO ^ CO store in Noa^Yotk.
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IMany ttsOUaattd Hungarian COtl
mlaaristrike.^)9_A sensational rise In UM Whaal
marketoccurs.^21 United States Judg- Kicks, at
Cleveland,Issues .i i. -it.lining order
forbiddingstem be re of the Joint Traf-^gje association frmn boycotting tha^Clov er Leaf railroad.
NOVBMBRR^I^Joassoaa gaiootntad raceivnt for tin-
SantaFe railroad system.
IIA receiver appointed for the Ferris^What I. ('bb ago.
1. Niagara Falls electric power tuiii.'d^on in Buffalo
17Sovereign re-elected gnasWM mas^^ter workman K ^f I..
IfHamburg dm k strike u-gins.
:;.iTh- Heading null^ el ay*P m reor^^ganized.
DKCBMBKRi-The Pantnl ami Commavdal Caddo
.i mi panics form an alii nice.
|vciompora re- !^^ ted praaanrni of the
Amr* an PeaV ratloa of Labor.^U The National b mk of Blkaoia and
thpe other Chicago banks close,^rj The Bank of Minnesota and th^^Union Block Tarda bank of St. Paul.
SUSpin I.
DISASTERS,
IAKVABT-,-t refva Bnadrsd Pistons hMsad hp
anearthquake.^|| Tha steamer CI - ir, of Barcelona.
sinksin collision; III men dinnosd.^2^ Ben aty-flve lives l.wi In a tie at. r
ttr at Bkntertnasloar, Kanaka.
2;A mine expl 'Sion and III ^ at P.uit-^y-Pridd, Wal -. hllkl over M p h^pl^.
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6~l-'ourti-en nen drown off Ihe Ken^Jeis.-y coast while trying to save the^stranded gtea.ner Leamington.
IIA passenger steamer cupsii.-s in^Brisbane river. Australia: 40 people^dro^ BD .I
ISAn explosion 111 the Vuli an mine.^New Castle, Col . results In ^^ deaths.^A dynamite explosion destroys a part^of Vladeudnrp, Tiaaavaal, killing 120^pe..pb-. Fti^ bt^-aks out at a masked
baain Bnatarau, Portugal. 50 lives
lost.
21Tsentv Bvo ship wrecks on the
Blacksea cause th^ loss of 100 lives.^2d^Sand Bteraaa :n Hungary bury
wholevillages and destroys hundreda
oflives.
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1A mine exphMion at Kaltowlta.^I'russlan Sibsia. destroys 110 lives.
12A mutiny of soldiers at Kl ng Yin.^China, ended by a magaxine explo^^sion, killing 300 mutineers.
2:;An explosion In the IWwlnd-^Whlts mine near Dursiis, Pa., de^^stroys 13 lives.
2'iA mine explosion at Brunnerton.^N. Z.. kills to men.
APRIL
ITen lives lost In a New Tork tene^^ment house fire.
2 v 1 loud burst near Hooneville, Ky .
\\ipes out 1*1 lives.
2*The Santa F.ulalla mine In Chi^^huahua, caves in. e^ lives lost.
2iThe business section of Cripple^Creek. Col , burn,si with a loss of^ll.iUm.lSSl; eight lives lost.
HThe British steamer Omvn sinks In^roOWan Beau Shanghai. S*^ Chinese
dramtied.
21Th- aseand great flre breaks out
inCtippte Cre.-k. Col., with a loss of^j.isai.iasi; four liv.-s lost.
aatiaa sapioasaa at MMdoBoM,^Kngland, kills IM paonas,
ma Y
1 Twenty-live jfit asphyxiated by
coalgas at Castle Wei,la. Prussia.
IA gasoline explosion iauses the col^^li) sc of a large building In Cincin^^nati and Ih^ Ions of 11 lives.
II-The um sent Harry Brawn blows^up bafoa Vtcltahnrg; 11 killed.
1. Tot nail; ^i Sip 1 ma... Texas, at. I
vi iiilty destroy ^^Ti lives.
ITThe h loner Albion lost in Alas^^kan watei-s. :M men dr^^une^I. Tor-^1 1 Iocs in K^ ntutky and Northern^K ins,is w ip.. 011i about .1 dozen lives.
18A tornado m-ar Humboldt, Neb.,^kills 40 people.
24-A tornado near Pes Moinea de^^stroys M lives. Many persons killed^by tornadoes In Illinois and Kan^^sas.
MToraadoei In .Mb higan in and^about Mount Cleenem kills M peo^^ple
2 A hurricane and cloud burst at^Cairo, III., sinks the ferry Isiat Cath^^erine: :!n dmwnael,
2;Toniado.s at St. Louis. Fast St.^Louis and Missouri points kill M^people
29^A 1 loud burst nt Seneca, Mo., wipes^out 2^ lives.
30Four thousand Russians killed by^the crush of the .1 owl at the Moscow^coronation feast.
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ITornado and wateraajont devastates
Tupac,Mcxi. o; m Uvea lead,^in Nearly llu.ooo people killed by an
artbquaksaad tniat arava on aaaaa
ll mil. Japan.^IT Tin- British steamer Brummond^sinks near Ushunt. Frame. :,:,^^ lives^lost.
ISA boiler explosion at Little Falls.
N.Y . kills II persons.^M Plfty-tWO llv-s lost by a fall of
nnk In an anthracite coal mine at
pttfaton,Pa.
JULY.
llTwo Chicago A Northwestern^trains collide at Logun. In., killing 22^persons.
If, A ferry boat urn ked at Cleveland;
Ispeople kllbd.^H a , loud burst at Frankfort, Ky,
drownsII persons.
HTha Qormng gunboat mis wrecked^off the Shan Tung promontory. Chi^^na: To klllnl.
21 Cloudburst In Colorado cause the^loss of about M b Bg^, l-'iftv l^ ^pie kilbd in .1 railroad ac^^cident In India.
Ma Bdal wave aweepa the coast ot^Hal-Chu, China, drowniBg i,ttt poo-^pb-. Thlrt) six lives lost In two shlti^arret us off the Newfoundland aaaaa,
25-A ^lnd storm at tlloucester, Pa..
wipesout II lives.^;n \ Be.iding passenger train runs In^^to ;i Bonus) liunls railroad excursion^train m in Atlantic City, ki'ling 44
persons.
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iotboni I.1^*' people throughout the^union killed by hot weather.
||A baal sinks during a Hood in the^Rlvi r Kesina. India, destroying 200^hies .\ i- riiado at Augustine, Ala.,
killsU. pmple.
mcmtonagon, Mldk. wiped out by a
forest Hie, loss II,.'.(^^.0O0; 2.W^ people
homelaaa.
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IYore's opera house and other build-^Inga in Kenton Harbor, Midi., burn;^lu firemen killed. Japanese kood and^earthquake destroy thousands of^lives A tttro-glycerine explosion in^th- California Powder works. Pinole,^Cab. kills 12 men.
^.^Savannah ami Brunswt. k. ^..v.^Staunton. \ 1 . Cedat K. is. Flu . and
othertowns ib instated by llI and
hurricane.Off r Iw Bvag lost. Six^Mexi' all tonus also destroyed.^1ICTIIBBR
IThioa o,aailan af Oaa^rnajnB, Ecua^^dor, burned.
aThe steamer Arago wrecked ^m a^rock near Marrshtield. nre.; II peo^^ple drowned.
2!ia torn.id.. In Tensas Parish. La.,^klils several negroes.
NOVEMBERT -The schooner Maggie run down by a^^I SO mar In St. Johns harbor, N. P.;^1 : persons drow n.d
DKCBMBKR^ Ban Uvea loai ay eyeksna and flood
inthe West lmln a^pi The North 1 b rio in Lloyd steamer^Halter lost mT the Spanish 1 oast with
allon board, 4'^^ souls.
CRinE.
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p_ Forged Whtake* warehouse receipts^discoveted in Louisville. Ex-City^Tieaauier BollB of omuha arrested^for eml^'/.xlement.
12Peter Ib.iigaard. at Chicago, kills^his in'.', live , In!,In n and himself.
14Near Marysvllle. Kan.. Mm. Jo^^seph HUderbrant poisons to death^her -ight children and hangs her^^self
sKleven m mbers of th.* last Ohio^legislature indicted on bribery^^ h.irges.
VnoniIndians murder six settlers
nar I'ns. M.-xico.^SI Tb ^ Fort Stanw ix bank of Rome.^N. Y . 1 Ins. d by the suicide of Caah-^lcr Barnard.
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ITS.. 1 , r -s 1 ornaa or Pearl Bryan^found m ar Fort Thomas. Ky.
I.tin St. Loin- millionaire,
nvlctiI f murd iing his wife and^ahsht
Rlbard Ktoottka .-f Chicago kills^boo.-.!'' it^! family of six. Jarksen^I \v illing arrested for murdering
i'carlBryan.^II Bat Sh-a, the Troy election mur-
dererai'bi-troi ntaaV
ST^ 1 men rob the City National^lank. W n hit.1 Falls. Texas l^ nched^two days later.
MARCH.
.1s.inui'i p. Langdon arreoaaf in^Philadelphia for the murder of Annie
McOrath.
-^ M:- an I Mis. All S and Ira
Stillsonmurdered lu their 'u-ds near^Akron, Ohio, by Romulus CutiR^APRIL
11-The ^ Frisco cannon ball train robbed^near 1. banner. \l^10^ Count von K^txe mortally wounds^Baron von Schrader In a duel at^Potsdam. At I'entwater. Mich.. S. B.^KtnchaU kills his wife, three ihildren^and hlmaelf.
IIThe Tavb.r hrotliers. murderers of^the Moeks family, break Jail *t Car-

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