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J. A. Mbkziks, Publisher.
YALE, ' -
At the coronation of Edward VII, trie
duke of Norfolk will be the "strg3
manager." Ills ancestors have be.n
masters of ceremonies at all corona
tions for centuries. Ho is entitled to
a drinking cup of pure gold, either
from King Edward or somebody else.
The New Hampshire legislature will
be asked for an appropriation for tne
erection on the Capitol grounds of a
statue of Franklin Pierce, the only
New Hampshire man who has be n
president of the United States. The
body of Mr. Pierce rests in Concord,
in the old North Cemetery.
William K. Vanderbilt has ordered
a new automobile in France that will
be nearly 50 per cent more poweiful
than his famous "White Ghost." His
present machine has a road record of
nrty-five miles an hour, but the new
one will be of forty-two horse power,
and able to go at a rate of seventy
seven miles an hour. It will cost ?U
000. A Philadelphia Judge is reported a
having a most exalted Idea of the im
portance of his court, for ho fined a
physician for contempt because, being
a witness, he had kept the court wait
ing half an hour, while at tho bed
side of a patient 6o ill that he could
not safely be left. Said the Judge: "It
is better that a patient should die than
that the court should be treated with
Mrs. Elizabeth Lidy, SO years od, it
times married and five times divorced,
has been adjudged insane at Peters
burg, Ind. She began her matrimonial
ventures while still a girl, and she
continued through life discarding one
husband after another, hopeful that
she would find an ideal one. A com
mission decided that this hopeless am
bition was evidence of Insanity and
A "New-Lald-Egg Society" has been
organized in England. In furtheranca
of its object collecting depots are being
established at various points. Tho
formation of such a union not only
suggests the almost universal propen
sity of human beings to increase the
varieties and numbers of societies, but
it testifies forcibly to the fact that
recentness in an egg is a form of new
richens which sarcasm spares and
good sense welcomes.
A man named Chandloux has Just
hanged himself at Nevers, France. The
circumstances of the suicide are in no
way extraordinary except for the fact
that the man was the fifth husband of
a woman, all of whose previous hus
bands came to a violent end. The first
hanged himself, the second perished in
a fire, the third drowned himself, and
the fourth and fifth have both ben
found hanged, and in each case,
strangely enough, on a pear tree.
On tho Intcroceanlc railway of
Mexico a part of the track has been
laid on ties of Jarrah wood imported
from Australia for this purpose. The
Jarrah wood is obtained from ono of
the largest tress of the forests of Aus
tralia, which grows to an average
height of two hundred feet, and is
about four feet in diameter at the
trunk. There is usually an interval of
150 feet to the first branch. These
trees furnish timber which is sound in
every respect.there being an absence
of dry rot, gum veins and other de
fects that often characterize largo
Tve kep' school," said a Kentucky
mountaineer, whose eyes were opened
by a visit to Berea college, "but I can't
say I've ever taught." With more ade
quate provision for training and an
ever-rising standard of qualification,
the pedagogical profession Is taking oa
new dignity and power. All the more
important is it not to ni6h things, for
the finest results must depend on full
tides of vitality. In twelve states as
sociations of teachers met during the
recent holidays. Schoolroom work is
wearing to brain and nerve, and it Is
open to question whether it Is wise to
pack the vacations with shop-work,
however aUractlve or handsomely
The peanut seems to bo playing the
part of "clvllizer" in some of the for
eign possessions in tropical Africa.
Traders glvf, a negro a bushel of nuts
for seed on condition that he returns
four bushela from his crop, and since
the yield in good years is twenty-fold,
the black man generally has a surplus
which he can sell at the rate of a shill
ing a bushel. From a single station in
Senegambla there were shipped, In
189S, twenty-nine thousand tons. Small
boys and scientists have long been in
agreement touching tho valuo of the
peanut; now statesmen also will have
to do It honor, since It seems likely to
lead the native African into the paths
The superior quickness of American
workmen was strikingly illustrated not
long ago, when a number of them were
sent to Europe with a shipment of
American locomotives. With previous
consignments only a foreman and his
assistant had been sent, a nd local
labor was relied upon for all tho work
save superintendence; but tho foreign
workmen were so leisurely in their
habits that it took them twice as long
as the 6amo force of Americans re
quired for the task. Hence it was
cheaper to send all the men necessary
to set up tho locomotives.
Must Not Use Preservatives or
They Will be Prosecuted.
YOU SHOULD GET VACCINATED.
(ianio Warden Morse Itepert fir Febru
ary Shont That the Work of Ills De
partment Tor the Time Kpveified wan
Directed Against Iiilaud Water Vlolatot'4
Wariilni; to Producer of -Mil's.
In his first otlioial bulletin, just is
sued. Dairy and Food Commissioner
Snow f.igniticantly remarks, after re
viewing the unsuccessful prosecutions
instituted against milk dealers who
were ehnrged witliusiny formaldehyde
as a preservative, that there can bo no
better place or time- to again warn tho
milk dealers of Michigan that it is an
open violation of tho law to usu any
preservative whatever in milk or
cream, and that the use of formalde
hyde, sold as it is under the name of
"freezine." is injurious to health and
renders them liable to heavy penalties.
The dealers are warned that tho out
come of the cases referred to must not
be construed to mean that the policy
of the department will change, and
that all persons found using- preserva
tives of any kind will be vigorously
Should Jt Vaccinated.
Secretary linker, of the Ktate board
of health, advises the. people of Michi
gan that now is a pool time to get
vaccinated. Smallpox usually in
creases in prevalence until April or
May and is now more widespread in
this part of the country than it has
been for many years, and it is being1
brought here from several neighbor
ing states. Vaccination should be done
under asepetic conditions and by the
family physician. Although many
persons vaccinated when a child and
again at maturity are not afterwards
susceptible to smallpox, yet for the
most perfect safety every person who
has not been successfully vaccinated
within the past five years, he says,
should be vaccinated.
(isrne Warden's Itepurt for February.
(lame Warden Morse reports that the
work of his department for Februnry
has been principally in the inland wa
ters relative to alleged violations of
the fish laws, most of which were for
tho -illegal taking of trout and the
spearing of black bass. A total of 88
complaints were investigated, and re
sulted In the instituting of 38 prose
cutions, 11 being for violations of the
game laws and 27 for violations of the
lish laws. The result was 10 convic
tions, 1 aequittaVlO dismissals and 11
cases still pending. Two jail senten
ces without the alternative of a fine
were imposed, and fines of 42 imposed.
There were nine seizures of property
of the value of $184.
Abandoned the (jet-Kleh-)iilik Tlan.
For some 3ears past the farmers of
Wexford and the neighboring counties
have gone in for potato raising to the
exclusion of everything else, with the
result that many of them have now
abandoned their farms because of the
loss through heavy overproduction and
a consequent dead market and inabil
ity to sell their crops. The conserva
tive ones are now advocating the
abandonment of the get-rieh-quick
plan of potato raising, and the adop
tion of a system whereby a few acres
of potatoes are planted ever year in
stead of planting an entire farm with
the tubers, to tho exclusion of crops
that are sometimes more profitable
Republicans and Democrat I'nltr.
The question of a water works bond
issue, which has been the foremost of
all matters of village government at
Homer for the 'past six months, nnd
the determination of the business men
to effect something for the commercial
good of the village, has changed the
political situation in the village,
this spring. The Kepublieans and
Democrats united and nominated
a non-partisan ticket at the caucus
Disease In Michigan,
lleports to the State board of health,
by representative physicians in active
general practice, in different parts of
the state, indicate that infliienzi, neu
ralgia, bronchitis, rheumatism and
tonsilitls, in the order named, caused
the most sickness in Michigan during
the week ending February 23. Diph
theria was reported present at .
places, typhoid fever at 45, smallpox nt
54, and scarlet fever nt 1-..9.
Will Iks Argued Mitreli It).
The Detroit 11. O. W.-Moreland mat
ter is now before the supreme court on
petition of Otto Kirchner. The court
granted a writ of certiorari on the 27th
nnd tho time for argument was
fixed for March l'.. This brings tho
entire case before the highest court
for review and final determination.
Free rural mail delivery will be es
tablished at Kigf, Lenawee county,
All slot machines hare been taken
out of the saloons and other places at
1 Iron son will soon erect a new JflC,
000 school building. A 522,(0) Catholic
school has just teen completed at that
The Shaw-Walker company, a cird
index concern of Muskegon, was lain
nged hy fire to the extent of 83,.'00 on
Two Ubly merchants were looked up
in the county jail nt Had Axe on the
2Gth, charged with burning tho store
building of M. McMillan.
Work on thi new Soldiers' Home nn
nex at Urund Kaphlawill be commenced
as soon as the weather will permit, a
MICHIGAN NcWi ITbivlb.
Jackson has an anti-saloou ler.guc.
Cohlwater's banks havo nearly 51,
GOO.no:) on deposit.
There are 14 cases of smallpox re
ported at Saginaw.
There is strong talk of electric lights
in Armada this year.
Jackson's school board has decided
to return to sun tima.
Howell's oldest resident, Mrs. Sarah
Rubbins, aged l'J:), is dead.
Capitalists at Milan havo for mo 1 n
company and will bore for oil and gas.
Flint will erect two 12-room school
houses at u co.it not to exceed 23,000
Tho Commercial hotel nt E lmorc
was destroyed by fire on the night of
Projectors aro trying to mature the
plan to establish a i'. JO, 000 sanitarium
The young men of llurlington have
organized a Carrie Nation club ami
It is siid that many Hocks of quail
have died this winter, owing to the
heavy snow falls.
A stock company Is being formed at
Holland for the establistiivMit of u can
ning factory in that city.
A cold storage warehouse is to bo
erected at Stockbridge for the con
venience of local shippers.
There is a gambling war on at Kala
mazoo, and as a result three saloon
keepers have been arrested.
A board of trade has been organized
at Central Lake to boom things for the
village in un industrial way.
Ilurglars operated at Waldron on the
morning of the 2;5lh. They were cap
tured later at West Unity, O.
Promoters of tho proposed electric
railway between Pontiac and Lapetr
are hustling for franchises, etc.
During the month of February there
were 02 fires recorded in Detroit, ag
gregating a total loss of 230,000.
llrighton is to have two more saloons
very shortly, and there U talk of or
ganizing a Carrie Nation brigade.
A stock company has been organized
nt Stockbridge for the manufacture of
brooms anil other similar articles.
Country roads in llranch county are
almost blocked with snow, a condition
that has not existed there in years.
The liquor dealers of Lenawee
couny are preparing to fight local op
tion before tho board of supervisors.
The Congregationalists of Dundee
are raising funds for the erection of a
4,000 church to be built this summer.
Cadillac Maccabees are planning for
a home of their own in the near future.
The proposed building will cost be
tween 10,000 and 13.000, and will bo
un ornament to the city.
The contract for the grading of the
Marquette fe Southeastern railway
from Marquette to the junction with
the Munising railway has been let, and
000 meu will at once begin work.
Dowagiac's village council has
granted a 30-year franchise to the Lake
Michigan & Eastern railway to build
and operate electric lines in and
through that place. The road must be
in operation within two years.
As a result of a curfew ordinance
passed by the common council of Ann
Arbor on the night of the 4th, the
youth must go in olT the streets nt 8
o'clock. A bell will toll at that hour
as a warning.
There will be a civil service examin
ation of candidates for the positions of
clerk and carrier for the postorliee nt
Cadillac in that city on April 0 next
Applications must be made before the
hour of closing business March 2 ).
Creameries aru apparently not a fail
ure financially in Ottawa county, ns
they have proven in so many sections
of the state. The one ut (Iraafschap
paid a 23 per cent dividend on the bus
iness of the past year, and tiic one at
Crisp 10 per cent.
In all probability the Wolverine
Sugar company will move its factory
from Denton Harbor to Wallaceburg,
Out., where the citizens have offered
to contract 3,00) acres of land for a
period of five years at 4 per ton for
all sugar beets raised.
All trainmen employed on the upper
peninsula division of tho Chicago fe
J Northwestern railroad have been or
dered by tho company to, have them
selves vaccinated at once. This action
is taken in anticipation of tho possible
spread of smallpox from the northern
woods when' the spring movement of
lumbermen from the camps starts.
The annual convention of the Michi
gan League of Republican clubs was
held at (Jrand Rapids on tho 27th. The
following were elected as ofll.'crs for
the ensuing year: President, llort E,
Cady, of Port Hum; vice-president,
Fred R. Fenton, of Detroit: secretary,
Franc C. Kuhri, of Macomb; treasurer,
(Seorge Clappcrton, of (.rand Rapids.
A midwinter examination of the
peach buds in tho orchards of this
township shows not only that the trees
nro abundantly budded, but that the
buds are in a healthy and vigorous
condition. Tho balance of the winter
holds but little danger in store, and
there is no reason to doubt but that
the peach crop of P.KJ1, quality of
acreage considered, will be as large as
any of ?ts predecessors. Douglas
I.errien county farmers report that
numbers of dead quail are being found
in tho snow. The protracted cold and
the heavy mnntlo of suow which has
covered the ground so long are the
nausea The deep snow prevents them
from getting food, even where it is
plentiful. A county paper suggests
that by throwing cracked corn or
wheat screenings where the quail could
tot it the lives of many of these birds
could bo saved.
Ma n ton owns its wnter works plant,
has 2.000 ia tho local trcusury, and
proposes to isr.to bonds for 3,ouo for
D01NG3 OF TH 4-1ST SESSION.
Tho following bills were passed by
the house on tho 2Uth: Authorizing
id vnship of Montrose, (.eneseo county,
to issue 10,000 bonds to provide for
the construction of a bridge acoss
Flint river; providing for the auditing
of the accounts and payment of t lie
debts of tho disorganized county of
Maui ton; changing tho nune of John
Rapp, of Lansing, to John Ileinke!;
changing narao of Mary E. Furness to
Mary E. Lake; changing name of Eva
S. tlarlinghouso to Eva S. Stewart;
prescribing method for conducting
elections in township of Calumet,
Houghton county, and providing for
redistilling and registration; author
izing tow-nships to abolish election dis
tricts; declaring certain contracts nnd
agreements to bo unlawful where they
provide for tho repurchase or the pay
ment of a bonus; providing that cer
tificates of deatii must bo deposited
with the superintendents of cemeteries:
appropriating 10,000 for Eastern
Michigan asylum for the completion of
the detached buildings; tinu tiding
ejectment law; general registration
LiW, providing that voters mast bo
registered 20 da's before election.
It has just co mo to light that by tho
peculiar methods of legislation now in
vogue at Lansing acha-ter amendment
has be.-u forced on Port Huron by
which the terms of the present elec
tive city otlicials, maj'or, clerk and
treasurer, nro extended for ono full
year and their successors will, not be
elected until tho general elett on of
H-)2. Citizens havo been kept entirely
in the dark as to this provision of the
amendments, no intimation whatever
having been heard that such a radical
step was even contemplated. No copy
tf the bill was received by the local
newspapers, nor as far as known, by
any ono else, except Kssibly those
comprising the small circle of the local
powers that be, until March 1, after it
had passed both houses and practically
become a law. To cinch the mutter
(lov. Uliss ou that day u taxed his sig
nature. Tho following bills vero passed by
the senate en the 20th: Authorizing
Haymouth township, Saginaw county,
to borrow money; fixing tho salary of
i the chief of the vital statistics depart
ment in secretary of state's office at
1,300; authorizing the board of educa
tion of Ecanaba to borrow S23.O00 for
a new school; amend the charter of
Wnyland; amend the law for a labor
lien on log., shingles, etc., so that the
title will continue to rest in the pro
ducer even after they are shipped, un
less they are paid for; amending the
election law so that presidential elec
tors will bo printed at tho top of bal
lots; providing for the renewal of the
charters of water works companies.
The following bills were passed by
the senate on the 20th: To prohibit
the sale of liquors within two miles of
the center of Clcon township, Manistee
county; changing from the first Mon
day in April the date for selling prop
erty in (Jrand Rapids, delinquent for
taxes; to establish a Carnegie library
in Sault Ste. Marie; to provide for the
incorporation of ' Free Methodist
churches; fixing the compensation of
upper peninsula memlers during the
session at 5 per day; fixing the salary
of the Kent probate judge at 3,300; to
provide for auditing the nccounts of
Manitou county; to allow the village
of Montrose, (Jenesoe county, to bor
row money; regulating building and
loan associations; appropriation for the
state and traveling libraries.
The legislature, after a five days'
rest, did very little work ou the night
on the 4th. There was no session of
the senate, only 15 senators being pres
ent, not enough for a quorora. Eight
or nine of the senators were at Wash
ington attending the second inaugura
tion of President Mclvinley. There
will not be enough senators there for
two or three days to give a bill imme
diate effect in the upper house. The
house held only a half hour's session.
Sixty-five of tho 100 members were
The following bills were passed by
the senate on the 27th: Authorizing
the township, of " Allis, Presque Isle
county, to issue 3.003 bonds to pay
debts; authorizing Presque Isle to bor
row 30,tK)0 to piy and refund out
standing indebtedness; fixing salaries
of circuit court commissioners of Kent
county at 1,500 a year; providing judge
of probate and prosecuting attorney
of Lapeer county with a stenographer;
authorizing village of Highland Park
to borrow rt,000.
Senator Picrson's joint resolution for
a constitutional amendment limiting
the titno for introduction of bills in the
legislature to 30 days, which bill unan
imously passed the senate, was amended
by the house judiciary committee ho as
to provide that there should be no
time limit for bill Introduction what
ever. Senator Picrson bewails the fact
that this kills his measure, if the house
sti nds by the committee's recommen
dations. The following bills were passed by
the house on the 27th: Authorizing
township of Taymouth, Saginaw Co.,
to issue 2,500 bond to construct a
bridge across Flint river; submission
to people of constitutional amendment
fixing salary of legislators at 1,000
per terra and mileage; amending law
relative to tho Incorporation of vil
lages, leaving it optinal with boards of
supervisors to grant tho incorporation.
On tho afternoon of the 27th the sen
ate confirmed the nppointments of Win,
T. Dust, of Detroit, and A. F. Free
man, of Manchester, as members of the
board of state tax conimisonera
Tho legislature adjourne I on the
27th for five days in order that those
desiring to could nttend the Republi
can state convention nt Grand Rapids
on the 23th.
The state contagious disease Inpec
tor recently returned to Lansing from
Isabella 'county, where he found a
number of confluent cases of smallpox
which had been called chickenpox.
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