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THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JANC7ART 1, 1890.,
soldiers ordered to the scene; inquests be
run over bodies recovered.
8 Dreadful day ainong tho dead; universal
.fear of a pestilence.
6 Ten thousand Johnstown survivors ap
pear ana register; tu glioma cap
tured in the act ot robbing tbe
dead. Fevers are threatening the
. survivors of the flood atWoodvale and
other points along the Conemauch.
t 6 TemDorarv hosnltals made of all available
6; buildings of Johnstown Villagers along
v the Lackawanna Valley terrorized by dan-
t, gerous condition of dams above them.
17 A Hungarian shot down for robbing the
i " dead; work of burying the dead hastened
Vat Johnstown; unrecognizable masses of
,', humanity taken from the rains along Cone-
w manph; wonderful work In extracting
"& dead bodies from the debris; the dead
). buried in trenches along the hillside.
8 Typhoid fever breaks out in Johnstown.
: Members of the Coroner's jury declare the
- ..South Fork dam a death trap. Kev. Jacob
T -.Horner, Baptist minister at KuoxvJIle,
-i ' - Tenn., and family crnellv murdered. Dread-
JjA ful details hourly arriving from the Cone-
,, maugh Valley.
-' 9 Epidemic of suicides in New York. Six
; , s teen hundred bodies received at the
morgues of Johnstown. Doctors estimate
-.' - ' ithn total deaths were 10.000.
12 One hundred killed In a wreck near At-
113 Patrick A. Ward, a prominent Hoosler,
, 14 Double lynching of murderers in New Al-
,oany. iwo dots &iueu in m mvo niuui
15 W. H. Coates. Steubenville, O., takes six
poisons and dies.
IS Two prominent St. Louis business men
shoot each other to death; jealousy.
21 Fireworks factory burned in Boston; six
killed, many injured.
22 Rowboat overturns in the Schuylkill, drown
ing four young people.
23-J. N. Thome, Oil Exchange, aged 34.
24 Richard Fitzgerald, variety manager, aged
47. New York.
25 Fifty persons poisoned, some fatally, by
drinking lemonade, in Ontario. Mrs. Sarah
"Whitling hanged inPhlladelphla;Red-No3e
Mike in Wilkesbarre.
25 Railroad wreck at Latrobe; twenty killed.
2 Cloud bursts in Titusville and Altoona.
Train crashes through a bridge onjthe Nor-
folk and Western, killing a score.
3 H. Probst murders his mother and suicides
in Jersey City; insane.
4 A pleasure party of five drowned in Conno-
. iquenessing. James Lanlgan, aged 7, dies
;- from drunkenness. The usual Fourth of
'-S-- July accidents.
6 street strikers in uuiutn noting; o
killed and 35 wounded.
7-Bakersfield, Cat, destroyed by fire; one
8-Wreck at Walls station; three boys killed,
.' 'four hurt
9 Dick Lewis, colored, kills two women and
k. , nimscir.-it.Ko. o Artnur street; jealousy.
Ifrr i -12 Three jail prisoners at Jacksonville, Ore.,
y rZ smothered in their cells.
213 Three men killed and two Injured while
3 cleaning Red Pond.
J. J6 Artist Behr suicides for love in New York.
- " 17 Wreck on the Lehigh Valley, and six killed
' and SO injured.
' IS Mrs. Gilchrist, Youngstown, drowns her
self and three children; financial distress.
19 Cloud bursts in the valley of the Little
Kanawha, and many people drowned. Ven
detta in Alabama results in three lives lost.
j, 21 Young Farmer Hoadlev. or Cleveland, mur
ffc dtrs his wife and her father and suicides;
.. ' jealousy.
23 Many brutal murders.
" . '24 Terrible tale oi inhumanity in New Hamp
' ' sliire Almshouse. Two men killed and six
wounded in a mining accident at Scranton.
' 2S Hurricane in Chicago; 14 killed and 20 In
jured. 81 Herman Carmen, wealthy real estate man
in Chicago, shoots himself through the
brain, but lives.
6 A hunter near Youncstown, O., accident
" ally shot by his 2-year-old baby.
.,'. 7 Naptha launch explodes in Buffalo, killing
j ? five people.
'B Handsome Alice Clark, a widow, cuts her
" throat in Nat Goodwin's cottage before her
10 Marshal James Hagcr ambushed and mur-
' dered in South Carolina.
11 John Lappan, of Lawrenceville, was boiled
by hot steam before his fellow workmen's
- 13 Another Whitechapel victim, Alice Mc
Kenzie. 15 William Powers and Blanche Farrell killed
in a wreck-on tne West Penn, and 27 well
known Pittsburgers injured,
1C A Tennessee man shoots his wife, mother
je 2 in-lawand himself.
- 17 Race war in Richmond, Tex. Several town
' v S -y officials killed.
19 Fire in a New York tenement destroys nine
20 Miller gasoline still in Allegheny explodes,
killing the engineer. Loss 330,000.
23 Collis on on the Baltimore and Ohio at
Parie- "urg kills 3 and wounds 12.
SOAlidl.' of metal explodes in Carnegie's,
'" - killing Nicholas Baner and Andrew
Kchlerand injuring six others. Deputy
- O'Hagan brutally murdered by moon
shiners in West Virginia.
. " 1 Mrs. F. T. Jeannott, of Youngstown, ends
. - her life with a razor; ill health.
2 Two deaths from hydrophobia in New Jer
3 Handsome J. McCormack vitrioled on Broad
' street by an unknown young lady.
4 Several fearful suicides throughout the
6 Dynamite explosion at Jacksonville, Fla.;
two men entirely disappear.
6 Electrical storm in Georgia; nine people
killed. Explosion of a cartridge factory at
Antwerp, Belpuin; 200 killed, 600 injured.
S Fire in a paper warehouse in Albany, N. Y.;
many leap 70 feet, and three are killed.
10 Another Whitechapel murder.
12 Fearful damage by the cyclone along the
Eastern coast, many vessels damaged and
" IS Six persons killed by falling walls at Louis
ville. LeConey.of Camden. N. J., murdered
his niece, in order to avoid paying her
16 Wreck on the Erie, near Elmira, kills two,
17 Japan ravaged by floods, many thousands
, il9 Landslide in Quebec, 60 persons killed.
-f22 W.S.Hopkins kills his wife and inother
V In-law in Phillipsburg, and then attempts
-,24 An unknown woman deliberately starves
"" herself to death beneath a Mt Veinon
' ' church.
i27 Vestibule train on N. Y. C telescoped, 23
3 Steamboat explosion near Baton Rouge; SS
6-Andrew Kern pf, of Charleston, W. VaM
'while drunk murders his son and handsome
6-Foar men roasted to death in Winona,
-. 'Miss.: restaurant fire.
8 Another New York lineman meets a fear
ful death in New York.
10 Details of the Navasso riot; several whites
killed by negroes.
11 Frightful death of the seventh New York
12 C E. McGregor murders J. M. Cody on the
'streets, of Warrentown, Ga.; both promi
nent men, with a woman in the case.
15 A Cincinnati incline plane coach lets go.
crushing five people.
16 Colliery explosion in England; 60 lives lost
20 Joe Hill man confesses murdering a peddler
form 20. Three murders in West Vir
ginia. 21 Seven seamen reach port out of 24 of the
steamer .rJarumoor, lost September 5.
26 Rube Burrows and Bob Thornton, of Col-
urauo. rouie w vigiiants, jailing two, and
f Douole lynching of two members of the
r vMcCov iranir tawtrt Tiwlnn
SlSix men killed in Kentucky over the How-
Building falls in Glasgow nnrrincrnicrlri.
.Incline accident nnor RAdfr.. .av.i
SfSj-Heury Feldam, of Pittsburg, hangs him
Tfr& self in Wheeling as the result or a nnu-tir.il
' i ii'joke.
r"$54"TSeTen men nrnt bT molten metal in
i7 A madman near New Orleans kills two
" ,- -"men and fatally stabs two others.
-8 Colonel Goodloe fatally stabs Collector
Swope and is himself shot in return.
10 Death of Colonel Goodloe after fearfnl suf-.v-fering.
French Canadians favor an ac
gll Mysterious chemical explosion in Phlladel-j-9
I phla, kills three and wounds four. A score
J of murders and suicides.
W14 The Eversole and French factions meet at
a V Hazard, Ky., two killed and others
6 Mary Nichols on trial for brutal treatment
-. lof an Insane brother.
j17 Smoking car upset in the P. R. R. yards.
f .Joseph Brucker fatally injured, many
-Explosion at Spines steel mill, five men
burned,two f atally.Millionaire Cunningham
shot dead by poachers,
i 22 James Smith, a New York letter carrier de
- sertedby bis wife shoots his two small
- children and attempts suicide. Natural
gas explosion in Braddock. several persons
4. , collides with a scbuoner. 21 drowned. Mrs.
g .iiaunan bouthworth kills Stephen Fetters,
Ai New York.
23-rRev. F. Horenson. Council Bluffs, suicides;
.uM4iuj. AviDssat v an lassie, Honolulu,
Efalls into the sea and u devoured by
26 Eighty acres of Lynn. Mass-, destroyed by
fire; loss, $8,000,000. .Natural gas starts a
fire in Leecnbure: 17 families driven from
home; loss 1150,000. Frank Tausey suicides
in Braddock. Fearful murders in West
Virginia. German bark runs ashore at
Long Branch; 15 drowned.
28 Tremendous fires in Boston; J12.000.000 loss;
a number of firemen killed.
29 Now believed the bark Gerroanla purposely
wrecked, though the Cantain and nine of
the crew were drowned. "
SO Three tons of nitro-glvcerlne explode in Oil
City; four killed. Tribune "building, Min
neapolis, burns; a number of printers, an
operator and Associated Press agent lost.
1 Later new says 25 lives lost in the Minne
apolis fire on account of lack of fire escapes,
Typhoon sweeps over Oriental Islands,
drowning an unknown number of sailors,
2 Six people burned in a tinder box fire,
4 Deputy Marshal Willis and Pierce Morgan,
moonshiner, shoot each other to death,
6 Explosion at Phillips, Nlniick & Co.; P.
O'Brien killed: two,others injured.
6 Attempt to thaw frozen dynamite in Brad
ford results in usual explosion: two killed
and one injured. A family named Froat
finally arrested for the famous Rahway
9 Lineman Clausen, New York, killed by
electricity. Marion Crowel shoots his friend.
Porter, in Dunbar, In a quarrel.
10 Opera House panic in Johnstown: 12 killed
and 100 injured. 'Dynamite explosion in
Butler; two men killed.
H Eleven members of a Wyoming gang of
14 Franklin IJ. Gowen suicides by shooting in
a Philadelphia hotel, aged 54: no cause as
signed and his friends puzzled.
16 Bewildered Polanders struck by a Delaware
and Lackawanna train and three killed.
Another score of murders and suicides
throughout the country.
17 Emile Gnenther driven by torture to mur
der his aged father at St Louis; now an im
becile. 20 Max Mantwell mysteriously murdered in
his own cellar in Chicago.
22 Millman Shelar, Niles, O., crazed by drink
kills his wife, three children and himself
with one razor. Petrolia in ashes for the
third time. Horrible tale of cannibalism in
the Solomon Islands.
25 Christmas darkened by deeds of blood in all
26 J. W. Snyder, a jealous lover, shoots Anna
Miller and her newly wed husband; she will
recover. Race war in Georgia; one man
shot and negroes retreated to a swamp.
23 Mold explodes in Dallas, Tex., burning
nine men horribly, two fatally. Eight ne
groes taken from a Barnwell. S. C, jail and
riddled with bullets. Mrs. Louis Brooks
murdered by her son in Brooklyn who
couldn't bear to see her suffer.
29 Eleven people cremated in Hancock, Mich.
31 Wreck on the Panhandle,near Indianapolis;
four killed, several injured.
A POLITICAL REVIEW.
PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF THE NErER.
ENDING STRIFE FOR SUPREMACY.
Struggles Between the Tvro Great Parties
for the Possession of OflUces and
Ilonora of the Federal Govern
ment Handy References
for the Student of
The year past has been an importan' one
politically in many respects and great
changes hare occurred in both parties. The
local fights hare been to Pittsburgers al
most as vital as those of the nation, and a
chronicle of each and all is well worth
1 Senator Blair says Blaine should boat the
head of tneCablnet President-electHarnson
gave a reception. Governor David B. Hill,
of Ke w York, inaugurated.
2 Senator Delamater complimented by
Colonel Quay for harmonious organization
of Legislature. Ex-Legislator John B.
Robinson criticises Governor Beaver for
not signing the revenue bill ana makes
3 Gov. Beaver laughs at Robinson's charges.
Quay leaves for Florida for a rest Calvin
S. Brice charged with being interested in
the Haytien Republic. Senator Hiscock
has a lengthy but unsatisfactory confab
with President-elect Harrison.
4 Blaine makes his home in Washington.
itomnson reiterates us cnarges against
5 Harrison worried by aspirants Tor Cabinet
positions. Boulanger makes politics lively
6 Senator Rutan's health fails. Blaine has
7 M. Jacques decides to oppose General Bon
langer at the election, President,Legitime,
of Hayti, declares he was legally elected.
8 Both parties in the West Virginia Legisla
ture inaugurate a fierce fight for su
premacy. President-elect Harrison both
ered by 'a. lot of applicants for Cabinet
places. Hyppolite defeats Legitime in
9 Governor Beaver appoints Quay's candi
date, Samuel W. Pennypacker, for a Judge
of the Common Pleas Court of Philadel
phia. 10 Dakota Democrats visit Washington and
ask that the Territory be divided and that
Koutu Dakota be made a State. Major Mc
Kinley declares be will not accept a Cabi
U Lord Salisbury asserts that Sackville West's
dismissal was opposed to international law.
12 Heavy betting on Boulanger's election.
Sackville West said be thought be was
13 Simon Cameron indorses Harrison. The
office ot Appraiser goes begging.
14 J. J. Metzger appointed Judge in the Ly
coming affair. Bill introduced at Hams
burg allowing brides to keep their ages se
cret 15 Effort to doctor the Brooks law fails. Dud
ley has a favorable ruling granted in In
dianapolis. 16 Republican caucus at Harrisburg favors
allowing people to vote on prohibition.
17 American Protective Tariff League ban
quet New York.
18 Governor Beaver will sign the special elec
tion bilk Springer's territorial bill passed
19 Senator Brown makes a rattling Demo
cratic speech in the House.
20 Liquor men attempt to bribe Representa
tive Selr, and a row In Mercer county re
sults. 21 Deadlock In West Virginia broken. Carr
elected President of the West Virginia
22 Republican tariff bill, a substitute for the
Mills bill, passed in the Senate by a strict
party vote. Claimed $1,000,000 of English
money sent here to defeat the tariff bill.
23 One hundred prohibition apostles to lec
ture. Captain Brown vigorously defends
bis school flag measure, which passes sec
24 Moonshiners Indorse prohibition.
25 Bill making Allegheny a second class city
declared unconstitutional by the Attorney
General. Francis Murphy says prohibition
will not prohibit Washington excited over
German troubles in Samoa; wild rumors of
28 Cabinet slates dally made and broken. Bis
marck's East Africa bill defeated.
! Boulanger elected by 54,432 majority. Re
joicing over Blaine's accession to the Secre
tary of Statesbip. The race for Governor
28 Kenna nominated in West Virginia.
29 A fight for leadership disturbs the local
30 Bill to vote on prohibition passed.
31 The Cabinet hanging npon Allison's accept
1 Row over Allison's declination of Treasury.
Attorney General Watson and Governor
Forakcr indulge in a personal quarrel.
Harrison must nil eight Cabinet positions.
2 B amson aspires to be an editor. Members
at Harrisburg overdrawing too much
8 strenuous objections from Blaine against
New for Treasury. Sir Julian Paunnetote
appointed as successor to Sackville West
4 Beginning of tbe GofC Governorship con
test in West Virginia. Brothers of the
murdered J. M. Clayton claim politics at
tbe bottom. Enthusiastic reception of
President Cleveland in New York.
5 Windom and Rusk sure of their places.
Noticeable lack of harmony in Prohibition
convention at Harrisburg. Boulanger sat
upon by deputies.
6 Hill banqueted and boomed for the Presi
dency. Congress ignores the Nicaraguan
7 Grangers' dressed meat bill defeated.
9 Civil Service Commissioner Edgerton fired
for cursing civil service reform. 'Blaine
certain of portfolio of state.
U Kenna gives up the West Virginia fight
Dan Lainont will retire to manage street
car line. Congress may contest Brecken
12 School banner passes third reading. Whit-'l
ne; renovating tne navy.
13 fowderly Indorses prohibition. Capeller,
of the Ohio Republican State Committee,
to be investigated. Obio committees to in
vestigate trusts recommend prosecution.
Tbe electoral vote formally counted. Con
gressional fight between Elliot and Smalls
for a seat results in almost a riot
14 Windom named for the Treasury portfolio.
The Randall faction asserts itself over tbe
revenue measure. A new dairy commis
sioner appointed to watch oleomargarine.
15 Grand jury refuses to Indict Dudley. Mills
-. , inveigles against Alancataxia bill.
17 Stormy gathering ofProhibs at Harris
burg. 18 Retiring Judge Edgerton scores Cleve
land. Bayard's Samoan bluff laughed at
19 Ex-Attorney General Palmer will conduct
the Prohibition campaign.
29-Preparations for fair count in June. Ex
pose of the Sackville dismissal. California
kicks for Cabinet portfolio. Passage of a
bill admitting North Dakota, South Da
kota, Montana and Washington.
21 Wanamaker explains about that little
1200,000. Benator Kenna wins in West Vir
ginia. 22 Many Democrats look to Randall for a
leader. Warrant sworn out for Dudley's
arrest for writing tbe "blocks of five" let
ter. Senator Wright will probably retire
from soldiers' orphan management.
23 New French Cabinet appeals for patriotic
snpport. Rosier roasted for attacking
24 Ben packs up to go in and Grover packs up
to go out Cassius M. Clay receives an ova
tion oh visiting Congress.
26 Tanner to be Pension Commissioner. Bob
Kennedy attacks Speaker Carlisle, and is
snowed under. School flag bill defeated.
Chairman Andrews denies he appropriated
28 Allegheny county must pay f 15,000 for pro
hibition election. Cabinet conference, wor
1 Grangers at Harrisburg kick over the de
feat of the dressed meat bill, claiming
money was used. President Cleveland's
friends loyal to the last John M. Thurston,
ot Nebraska, chosen President of tbe Re
3 Senator Rlddleberger creates a scene, and
Is fired from the floor.
4 Every politician In the country trailing
around Washington at Harrison or Cleve
5 A tremendous rush for office begins. Cleve
land put up his legal sign at once. Cabinet
6 Blaine's first official business is to restore a
child to Its parents.
8 Harrison tired of shaking hands.
9 Wright syndicate of governing soldiers
orphan schools must go.
U Harrison announces for pure civil service.
13 Politicians say the President is too slow.
Blaine buys valuable Washington prop
erties. 14 Harrison nominates two men for the same
office. Solons refuse to repeal butterine
law. Street railway bill negatived in Har
risburg. 17-Jobn C. New and Harrison agree that New
can have bis own way. Wanamaker and
hit Sunday school rather laughed at
19 Political activity declared not a cause for
removal by the Cabinet New Jersey re-
Seals local option law.
laine and Wanamaker quarrel over the
Turkish Minister, but the former wins.
Quay says be will land the Pittsburg post
olBce. The Frohsinn bid farewell to their
22 John Gllleland slated for Allegheny post
office. 23 Tanner elated over his appointment
24 Tanner's promises for a distribution to old
soldiers creates comment Buss Harrison
snubbed by Senators.
26 Clean sw,eep of Division Mail Superintend
ents. 27 Major Armes pulls Beaver's nose. Bob
Lincoln goes to England.
28 Senate refuses to confirm Halltead's ap
pointment 31 Wanamaker talks against high license.
1 Harrison tenders tbe Richmond postofflce
to Mrs. Stonewall Jackson. Local elections
in Ohio strongly Democratic
2 Chicago and St. Louis captured by the
Democrats. Assistant Bussey takes a hand
in the management Quay and Magee lock
horns over tbe Pittsburg Postmastershlp.
4 Tanner called down by Secretary Noble.
5 Riot between Cleveland and Hill factions in
AlDany; some may die. Street railway bill
U Newmeyer succeeds Rutan on the Appro
13 Clarkson breaks the record in firing Demo
crats. 20 Rutan rakes the Governor.
21 Prohibition defeated in Massachusetts.
22 Sherman and Quay on the outs.
24 Wherry scores Carnegie. Harrison harshly
criticised by everybody.
26 The bill declaring Labor Day a legal holi
day approved by the Governor. Appropria
tions for penitentiary made by Legislature.
2 New postofflce to be investigated.
7 Judges' salary increase bill passes the
.nouse. rranK jraimer appointed puoiic
8 Governor Beaver's vetoes greeted with
9 Pennsylvania Legislature adjourns.
10 John Jarrett appointed Consul to Birming
ham. 14 Chairman Andrews visits Pittsburg to
capture county committee.
16 Architect Malone rebuked by Ms superiors.
17 Beaver declares in favor of the amendment
Hon. A L. Thomas installed Uovernor of
Utah. J. R. Lynch, colored, appointed
Fifth Auditor United States Treasury.
18 Ex-CongTessman Preston arrested for using
19 William Flinn takes hold of Allegheny
21 Magee captures a majority of the County
Committee. Indiana growls at Harrison.
Whitelaw Reld installed Minister to Paris.
Allen O. Myers fined and sentenced for 90
23 Jarrett sworn in as Consul to Birmingham.
Clarkson breaks bis own record, appointing
243 postmasters in one day.
24 Quay secures first batch of Philadelphia
appointments. Charges of off ensive parti
sanship against Postmaster Larkin.
25 General kick from Oklahoma against too
27 New York Democrats banquet Cleveland.
Northern Presbyterian Assembly at New
York declares for prohibition.
28 Adjutant General Drum retires. Jndge
White addresses amendment meeting at
Old City HalL British-Americans declare
in favor of tbe amendment New postofflce
placed in plumb.
29 President Harrison withdraws his nomina
tions of Hayti Commissioners.
1 Meeting of Republican County Committee.
Quay and Magee lock horns over tbe new
6 Impression prevails that the floods will pre
vent a heavy vote on the amendment and
cause its defeat Gov. Beaver universally
condemned for his inaction in behalf of
8 Foraker announces himself for a third
12 Calvin S. Brice chosen Chairman of the
National Democratic Committee.
18 Prohibition defeated by 189,00a
20 Postmaster McManes, of Philadelphia, sore
22 Brice announced a candidate for the Senate.
26 Wm. Walter Phelps Minister to England.
6 Assistant Secretary Batchellor will resign
from tbe Treasury; claims treachery among
10 Don Cameron wants to return to the Sen
ate. 11 Blaine quite ill at Bar Harbor.
15 Quay refuses to talk about Pennsylvania
16 Enemies attempt to shelve Cleveland for
19 Arbitration Committee favors Mahone.
Blaine rebuffed by Harrison for too vigor
ous foreign policy.
23 Congressman Bower for Speaker treated
shabbily. Furlong to be appointed to spite
24 Tom Fnrlong slated in spite of Powderly.
2S James R. Garfield candidate for Congress.
29 Harrisburg knocks out tour soldiers'
31 Quay for peace. Frank Hatton and Theo
dore Roosevelt quarrel over tbe Bullivan
1 Lord Mayor, of Dublin, kicks because his
letter from President Harrison was pri
vately opened. Prohibitionist Fisk denies
2 DePny WAnts to succeed Evarts.
6 Republican State Convention meets -in
Harrisburg. Walter Lyon Temporary
7 W. H. Andrews made State Chairman.
14 Petersburg Convention wants Mahone or
15 Judee Abbott nominated for Governor of
16 North Dakota passes anti-trust legislation.
IS Labor protests against Senatorial indiffer
ence at Harrisburg.
21 Clarkson obposes Harrison's Southern
labone nominated for Governor.
26 Democratic Convention meets in Dayton.
27 Local Democratic Convention bolts and
Jiigler temporarily floored. R. H. Johnston
nominated for District Attorney.
28 Mayor Fitler booms Hastings for Governor.
Campbell nominated for Governor of Ohio.
8 Deputy Marshal Jacobs shot by a Demo
crat in New Orleans.
J4 Blsler named for State Treasurer.
5 Bussey after Tanner's place.
11 Tanner resigns.
IS CoL 8 wittier, chief of the Bureau of Statis
17 Ben Butler defends Tanner. Foraker calls
Secretary Noble a nobody,
20 Teddy Roosevelt to be Senator from North
21 Berks county Republican Convention bolts;
inu new U. UCHMM fMCUbeu ,,
2 Blaine made President of the International
American Congress. Prohibition wins in
South Dakota, but loses elsewhere.
8 Pierre, made capital of South Dakota, goes
mad with joy.
8 Allen O. Myers will srve his 15 days in
10 John Field made postmaster of Phlladel
. phla. Row at the W. C T. V. convention
12 Liberal victories throughout England.
14 Illegal oensions unearthed in Washington.
17 Amos J. Cummlngs to succeed Congress
19 General G. B. Ranm succeeds Tanner. O.
N. Kyle, Massachusetts, suicides on account
of a political disappointment
21 Mabone-needs money and will get it from
tbe Old Dominion Club.
24 Senator Sberman speaks to a tremendous
crowd in Conclnnati.
25 Senator Sherman pleads for Foraker.
26 Foraker and Campbell pushing their inter
ests in Ohio.
SO Boodle ia Ohio elections.
1 Asa Jones roasts Foraker.
8 Hon. D. V. Baker, who first named Harri
son for President goes back on him.
6 Bayer, ot Pennsylvania, elected; Foraker,
of Ohio, defeated, and Mahone, of Virginia,
defeated by 50,000. New York Democratic,
New Jersey Democratic, Iowa Democratic,
, Maryland Democratic Mississippi Demo
cratic Mahone jailed for firing Into a mob.
7 Harrison blamed for Foraker' s defeat.
9 Political row over Vice President Morton's
bar. St John addresses tbe W. C. T. U.
12 President Harrison and United States
Treasurer Huston on the "outs" on account
of Federal appointments.
13-Regular W. C. T. TJ. will oppose Mrs. Fos
15 Allen O. Meyers threatens to squeal.
19 Blaine encounters opposition in the Pan
Americans. Prominent men in Washington
hustling for the Speakership.
23 Harrison snubs Illinois office seekers.
Henry George for Cleveland in '92. Mon
tana Legislature unable to effect an organi
zation. 24 Clarkson's report shows 20,000 postmasters
appointed within tbe past year.
25 The Speakership contest now lies between
Reed and McKinley.
27 Japan favorable to new American treaty.
SO Reed selected Speaker. t
2 Opening of the Fit ty-flrst Congress. Chap
lain Milburn. the blind preacher, defeated
6n account or bis sympathy with the Con
federacy, Secretary Windom wants 17,
000,000 more appropriated than last year.
3 President's message to Congress called a
fair effort McKinley looked to as the
party leader in the House. Gladstone
boldly outlines his future policy at a Lib
eral conference; Ireland tbe leading ques
tion. The President's message suggests
tariff reform, abolishment ot taxes on to
bacco and liquor; restriction of trusts; pen
sions for all dependent veterans; education
for negroes; tree ballot, and subsidy for the
merchant marine. Foraker says he was im
posed on in that ballot box forgery.
4 Marquis contest Lampson, Republican, seat
as Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, alleging
fraud. Second anniversary of Cleveland's
free trade speech celebrated in Ohio.
7 The Foraker alleged election contract row
still discussed in Ohio; popular belief
rather favors Foraker. Delamater tbe
Quay choice for Governor.
8 Congress will Investigate Ohio ballot box
11 Warrant issued for Dudley's arrest
12 Carnegie suggests Cleveland for a second
term at Boston merchants' banquet
13 Meeting in Wilmington to discuss commer
cial union attended by prominent politi
cians. 15 Harrison says postmasters must serve out
16 J. R. Harrab, Beaver, appointed Marshal
Western Pennsylvania district
17 Unexpected opposition to Brice's election
to Senate. Senators opposed to confirming
20 Trouble with the new Government in Brazil
may result in recalling Dom Pedro.
21 Claimed Brice is a citizen of New York,
and barred from Ohio politics.
22 Quay stands aloof from tbe Gubernatorial
fight He will not oppose Hastings. Brice
says he is a citizen of Ohio; peculiar ex
planation why he doesn't vote.
23-;Major McKinley favors cutting down the
tariff on sugar and tobacco.
24 Mrs. Harrison sets Washington by the ears
by a breach of decorum.
27 The son of Allen Tburman opposes Brice
as Ohio Senator on account ot his wealth.
Pittsburgers talk protection in Washing
ton. 29 Brazilian Government by na means suc
cessful. Congress may ceaso tork on-ac-count
of the influenza.
81 The rotation system will make some
changes in Pennsylvania Congressmen.
THE GRIM MESSENGER
HAS VISITED MANY A HAPPY HOME
THE PAST YEAR.
A Tnle of Woe and Desolation Names of
the Honored Ones Who Have Been
Called Before Mortnary Record
of Twelve Months.
Death has come near to all the past year,
and in so doing has taken away-many loved
ones. The year has been notable for the
many deaths of eminent men, both of local
and national fame.
1 Charles V. Woerd, promoter of American
watchmaking at Hackett Cah, aged 70. Wm.
Carr, President Mechanics' National Bank,
Point Breeze . James il. Browne, at Oakland,
2 Paul Baner, well-known Coney Island hotel
keeper, or paresis. Mrs. Olivia, wife ol ex
Governor uarcelon, Lewiston, Me. Mlebael
Carne, aged 105. at Waterbury, Conn. Jolin
Cowan, aged 75, Ninth ward, Allegheny. George
McCandless. aged 77, Penn avenue.
S-CbasO. White, theatrical manager, at De
troit Major K. B. Eno at St. Lonls. Henry
Becker. Allegheny, aired 74.
4 Kev. Summervllle, prominent minister and
editor, at Dayton, O., aged 70. B. Frank Oil
more, Esq., of Cbambersburg, aged 46. Jane
Grey, wife of Thomas Grey, of C. G. Bussey
& Co., at Home. N.Y. '
5 Captain Grant the old-time boomer of Capitol
Hill, Washington. Bam Jones, popular clerk
at Seventh Avenue Hotel. 'Squire James
Gregg, of Greenaburg. J. o. White. Jefferson,
Greene connty, aged 8. Christian T. lbmsen,
the Uouthslde glass manufacturer, at Denver,
S David Cleland, Twentieth ward, aged 75.
Lewis EUaman. Knoivllle borough, aged 65.
Jamea Ucvenny, Sr., at McKeesnort aged 70,
7 Charles K. Downing. Conntv Rpr.nrrtr ai.
tooaa. Bon. Jacob Hurler, at Tyrone, aged.
72. Kev. W. P. Braddock, 430 Orchard place.
iiiuaueuiuunku, jamvvia lowninip. agea7tf.
Bxmuel Patterson. Bewickley, aged 78.
j Elizabeth Hamilton Clemens, at Marian
station, aged 63.
9 B. F. Pratt a well-known society gentleman,
suddenly, of apoplexy
10 Kobertlt SheilabarKer, son of Judge Shelta-
barger, at Washington. Susanna, wife of
Dr. H. Manchester, Penn avenue. Christian
Meeld. at Protestant Home for Incurables,
11-Colonel Hiram H. Boblnson, of Cincinnati,
12 William Astor. Wabash street aged 71.
Colonel John M. Johnston, of Carlisle, Pa.
Andrew Paxton, Chleago, 13.
IS Mrs. Jay Gould. Mew York, aged 50.
14 Dr. A. B. McClure,.Bellaire. O. P. O. Little
John, contractor, who built Baltimore and
Ohio road over the mountains.
15-J. W. Daugherty, editor. Woodsfleld, O.
IB-Daniel Cain, Spring alley, aged J(0 Charles
B. Frank, newspaper man.'-itochcster.
17 Mrs. Kosalle Ann Booth, aged 65, sister to Ed
win Ilootb, Mew York.
IS Dr. Charles Ostcnln first discoverer of natu
ral gas In Ohio, aged 82. George Zelgler, Car
lisle, i'a., aged W, '
19-Hon. 8. B. Wilson, Beaver, Pa. Dr. E. W,
Brant Carlisle, Pa., aged 60. Jndge John
Collet Lima, O.. aged 71. Kobcrt Seymour.
Vice Consul of United States at Qacenstown.
20-Isaae Bell, ez-Unlted States Minister to tbe
Netherlands, New York.
21-Mrs. Martha Stokcley, aged 78, Blnff street
city. Merrick Low, aged 70, Erie, Pa.
22 Anne E. Bennett North avenue, Allegbenv.
Hoq. Erastns Hussey, abolitionist aged 89,
Kittle Creek. Mich. John C Parker, aged 64,
Crawford County, a Crimean soldier and a
member of the One Hundred and Sixtj-nlutb
23-Dr. diaries Bliss, New York, aged 43. Thomas
Curtln. aged 45. city. H. L. Sanford, Erie,
Pa., sonofMyranH-Sanford. SeUnoDolaro,
24 Congressman Burns or Missouri, aged 67. H.
D. Dickenson, aged S3, Allegheny. Oliver
Keese, County Treasurer Titusville, aged 69.
K. A. Parks, New Castle. M. 1. Barry, Cork,
25 Samuel H. Felton. President of the Pennsyl
vania Steel Works, Philadelphia. Mrs. F. C
Swad. the popular writer "Vay", Washing
ton. I). C
26 Annie Stanley, Gipsy belle. West End.
27 Charles A. Waslibnrnr New rork, aged 6S.
Austrian Consul General Hugo Fritsche,
29 Sheldon Nobles, Iron founder. Canton, O.,
, aged 38. A. 8. Davis, Meadvllle; lawyer.
1-MIss Edith M. Ferguson, the clever artist at
her home on Mt Washington.
2 Mary Baker, celebrated rider and snake
charmer. Dr. Joseph LuitupromlncutMaion,
at Butler, Pa.
D. K. JHcrron, Center avenue. Frances Gra-
ham, wife or W. M. McKelvy, Allegheny.
Jndge William M. Menlck, Supreme Court
District Columbia. Editor A. F. Frederick!,
4 Mary H. Flske, writer. New York.
S-Mlchael Hrennan, agsd 62, Pittsburg. Pa.
6 Dr. Emanuel Braden, Chambersburg. John
Gtsb. Carlisle. Pa.
8 Sin. John Blgelow, wife of cs-Mlnlsterof
'France, in New York. O. H. Delamater,
iwuuwv. jjviwjjawr uua n uriku, .Heir xvrjb.
dlnal Pltra, Borne. Bear Admiral Chandler,
Houg Kong. Edward CroU, Harrisburg;
IS George A. Morrow, keeper of publlo morgue
Dr. B. 8. Prowelt ot New Cumberland, Pa.
Uev. Michael Stock, a well known priest of
Scranton- llev. W. 8. Campbell, BeUalre.
William Luebbe, Pltuburg. Baron De Cot
egie. ex-Prtme Minister of Brazil. . ..
15-11. N. McTynlre, Bishop of M. E Church,
Nashville. Lewis Barker, Washington, Pa.
J. H. Holllngsworth, Youngstown, 0.
17 Kev.JJr. Thomas Starr, or Mt Pleasant.
18-J. D. Goodwin, founder of Franklin Keforma
19 Colonel Ewlng Brownfleld, President of Peo
ple's Bank. Unlontown.
20 Captain Eecles Boblnson. 82 years of age.
Judge MeManama, Frankfort Ky.
21 Millionaire Flood, Ban Francisco, Cal.. leaving
110,000,00a Ralph Bagaley, uncle of italph
Bagaley. Jr. Dr. D. W. Bliss, President Gar
field's physician. State Department Solicitor
Francis Wharton. Washington, D. O.
22 S. Negley, son of General Negley, at Boise
23-8ister Mary Cecilia Smith, Visitation Convent
Baltimore. Henry McShane. bell founder,
Baltimore. Ex-Mayor Martin Howell, New
Brunswick, N. J.
24-Joseph H. Lenhart prominent in A. O. U.W.,
Meadvllle. J. C Hopper, Cashier of Farmers'
Bank. Carlisle. .
25 -Cardinal Charles SocconI, Rome. Jury Com
missioner JacobHison, Carlisle, Pa.
26-Mrs. Wm. M. Marcy. widow of Secretary of
State. Paris, aged 84. E. Llzetta Walter, sis
ter of P. Walter, Jr., Allegheny.
27-Dr. Francis Glrard. or this city, in Philadel
phia from an overdose of opium. Dr. John
Boyd, Unlontown. Ex-Senator J.W. John
ston, Blchmond, Va.
28 Mrs. Caroline Garrett. Flndlay. O.. aged 94.
Colonel E. c. McClure, Appointment Clerk,
4 H. T. Willard, hotel man, St Louis. W. H.
Klrby. father of General Klrby, Tiffin. O.
Jobn Balrd, Washington, Pa. Miss Mary
Booth, editor ol Jiarper'l. New York.
S-Hon. C. A. Black, waynesburg. Harry Camp
bell, of Park Bros. St C. Father Coen, labor
8-Sarah, widow of late Captain Joseph Vander
grlft, at Vernon, lnd. John Erlccson, the
great Inventor, aged 66.
9 Congt essman Bio, Townshend, 111. Mrs. Ellen
Fitzgerald, city, aged 80. Hon. U. It'Barrett,
10-ChailesG. Blair. Interesting son of city editor
of the Pott. William Buente, member or the
Poor Board, Allegheny.
11 Mrs. Margaret Craig, city, aged 82. Mrs. Bev,
W. B. Hamilton, or Washington. Pa., in
12-Anna B wife of Colonel Samuel MeKelvy,
13 Pror. Charles F. McKay, ex-President of
Georgia University. Baltimore.
14 Hon. Moses W. Field, Detroit Hon. Chimney
Bradock, Rome. N. Y. Tamberllt, celebrated
IS J. M. Thompson, President of First National
Bank, Washington, D. C.
18 J. J Fenton, city. Mrs. J. A. Burns, Alle
gheny. Morton Cheesman, San Francisco.
18 Actor McUlnnls, Boston. Carleton Newman,
formerly of Pittsburg. In San Francisco. N.
"Wilkinson, Colonel of the Sixth West Vir
ginia Volunteers, In Wheeling, aged 62.
William Garrard, first manufacturer of steel
in the United states, in New Brighton.
19-Mrs. Elizabeth S. Magee, mother or C. L.
Magee, aged 76. Mrs. J.C Lappe, Allegheny.
Bev. James Curley, oldest priest in United
otaies, wasmngton, u. v, trailer uasaey,
2D Mrs. John Wills, aged 60. Sir Thomas Glad
stone, brother or W 1111am Gladstone, aged 85.
21 Artiste Von Pettenkoren, Vienna.
24 United States Supreme Judge Stanley Mat
thews, aged 65. Ex-Postmaster Inspector O.
B. Barrett Philadelphia. ,
23 D. L. Chambers, Ureensburg, aged 63.
24 John Scott president of tne Allegheny Val
ley Kaliroad, aged 58.
25 Dr. John Wilson, ex-United States Consul,
Philadelphia. Colonel Samuel MeKelvy, Se
wickley. 28 Mary c. Dawson, widow of John Dawson, M.
C, Oakland, aged 75. C. F. T. Steluway,
brother of the piano man, Germany.
27 Mrs. Mary Bailey, city, aged 73. Mrs. Frances
L. Hanna, Springfield, aged 74. John Bright
the famons Commoner, aged 78. Mrs. Kocka
feller, mother of John D. Bockafeller, at New
York, aged 76.
28-BIchard Hiscock, father of Senator Hiscock,
Syracuse, aged 91. Dr. John Bwlnbum, emi
nent surgeon, Albany, N. Y.
30 Zacharlas Chaffee, formerly of Pittsburg, dies
In Providence, It. I., aged 94. Daniel Burke,
in Chicago, oldest man ot modern record.
31 John A. Duff, operatic manager at New
1 Pror. K. Prosser, Allentown, aged 51. Prof,
black Davis, Penn avenue, aged 63. Mai or M.
A. Reno, United States Army, Washington.
2 Alex McCne, ex-Assistant Treasurer of the
United States, Brooklyn. G. W. Hlller, city.
JohnC. Smith, tlnstave, aged 80.
3 Aunt Mary, an historical n egress, at Atlanta,
Ga. Mrs. Elizabeth Wlnans, Baltimore. Wm.
E. Murdoch, aged 27, Sewickley.
4-Peter Walter,, Jr.. Allegheny, aged 40. Mrs.
Sargeant daughter of Oliver Wendell Holmes,
8 Pbllo Remington, aged 73, at New York: mem
ber of Remington Klfle Company. James Cal
lery. President or Pittsburg and Western Ball
road Company, aged 56 years.
S-Duchess of Cambridge. James I. Christy, as
sistant doorkeeper of the Seuate, Washington,
7 James McTlgne, city, aged 69.
8 Dr. I. H. KUder. surgeon Smtthonlan Insti
tute. Mrs. Theodore Thomas. New York. M.
W. H.W. Hanna. K. of !., New Castle.
9Edlth McComb, East End.
10 Bear Admiral T. H. Patterson, aged 69, at
Washington, D. C.
11 B. H. Grover, manager of Harris' Theater.
1Z Thos. M, Jones, or the firm or Jones&Langh
lin, aged 59. Ex-Governor Farwelt or W ls
consln, aged 70. Mrs. Johnston Mclntyre, Al
legheny, aged 51.
13 John P. Usher, Secretary of Interior under
Lincoln, atPhlladelDbla. Henry P. Schwartz,
Allegheny, aged 78.
14 Ex-Congressman Chittenden, New York, aged
15 Major Sydney F. Omohundro, Oakland, aged
16 Lewis Ulbach, French writer, Paris. George
B. Bplane, druggist city, aged 47.
17 Brigadier General S. K. Dawson, New York.
Wile or Bear Admiral John C. FeUnger, Wash
ington, D. C.
M Mother or E. L. Bean, proprietor or Ander
son. Wellsvllle. O., aged SO.
19-B. K. Pierce, D. D.t Boston.
20 Postmaster Pearson.ofNew York. Dr. W. F.
Wilson, famous occullst. William H. Kawle,
eminent Jurist, Philadelphia.
21 'Squire Robert Deadline, Banksvllle. Ignatla
Alos, Mexican Consul, Chicago.
22 John C. Park, a notable Whig orator, at Bos
ton, aged 83.
23-Prlncess Eugenia, sister of the King, Stock
holm. 24-Hon. Elijah M. Haines, Waukegan. 111. Hanna
Burgess, colored, Unlontown, aged 93. Mi
chael Flannery, Marlon station, aged 75. H.
P. Spofford, historian, California.
27 Joseph M. Hammond, Etna, aged 62. Presi
dent Barnard, Columbia College, aged 0,
Banker Hlgglnson, Boston.
28 Kev. Father Kajetan. Sonthslde, aged 29.
Thomas J. Byrne, train dispatcher, cltr.
SO W. H. Barnum, Chairman National Commit
tee, aged 60. Carl Boss, musical director,
1 Bev. Father Denny, ,of Pittsburg, dies in Al
toona. 2 Captain . M. Yard, Trenton, aged 79. Mat
thew Campbell, ot Sonthslde window glass
firm, aged 65. ,
3 Hugh McDonald, inventor, . Liberty street
aged 60. T.J. McMullen, conductor P. C.
4 Hon". Harvey Teller. Erie, aged 87. Sister
Cellstlne, or the order or St Joseph, Ebens
burg. 5-George Neely, Marshall township, aged 73.
J. M. Boberts, Commander Post 3, G. A. K,
10 John P. Saullsbury, ex-Secretary of State, at
Washington, D. C.
12 Hon. H. A. Foster. Home. N. Y.
13 Mrs. Ann Sutton, East End. aged 81.
15 W. W. Harding, proprietor Philadelphia In
quirer, Philadelphia, Pa. Harry Falrman, son
of Captain Falrman. aged 2L city. Christopher
Strabley, East End.
16 Allen Tborndyke Rice. Minister to Bussla, In
New York. Major Samuel Harper, aged 52.
Colonel F. Gerker, Philadelphia.
17 Joshua Clark, hermit at Saco, Me., aged 82.
19 Robert Bailey, Sr., aged 85. city.
2l-Captaln Wm. O'Hagan, formerly this city. In
22 Charles Clendennlng, West Deer township,
aged 101. J. W. Fletcher. ex-Sergeant-at-Arms.
Cbambersburg, aged 73. J. H. Emer
son, writer, Denton, ild., aged 70.
24 Samuel Ford, drygoods merchant of New
York, aged 86. Laura Brldgeman, deaf, dumb
and blind from 2 years or axe, hero of Dickens'
25 Otto Hemald, aged 74. Kev. C W. Burebard,
pastor McClure Avenue Presbyterian Chnrcb,
aged 64. G. G. Jarrett Woodrllle, aged 63.
Senator Thos. Byaa at Montreal.
28 Hon. P. W. Chandler, aged 73. at Boston.
Moses Johnston, colored capitalist, at Men
slngton, O., aged 103.
29 Mrs. B. w. Finney, wife of President First
National Bank, axed 23.
30 Nathan Corwllb, or Chicago, aged 70.
6 Adolphus Andreas, oldestMasonln New York,
aged SO years. Leonard Swett, who nominated
A lie Lincoln and Judge Gresham, died at Chi
cago. ll-Peter C. Shidle, Atlantic City, prominent
Mason of this city. O. H. Farley, aged 33, em
ployed on the Chronlete Telegraph.
14-lialpn Simon, and Michael 1'earsoll, victims of
the Bear Creek fire. William Semple, mer
chant Allegheny, aged 62.
15-HeV. P. C. Oakley, Bondout N. Y.. aged 90.
16 Joseph Grove, hermit 60 years of age. In
Texas. J. h. Lawes, Elmira, N. T., weight
17 Lonls Krneger, insurance agent suicides.
John Glbbs Gilbert comedian. lloitoD. Bev.
William Homcr, aged 79. Abolitionist..
18 Knrus Cook, jail chaplain. Boston, aged 84.
20 General A. C. Myers. Quartermaster or tho
Conferato army, Washington, D. C. Father.
Carroll, Chicago, aged 93.
21 J. C. Graham. Allegheny, aged 40. Hon.
William Pratt Tnnkhaunock, aged 75. Mrs.
P. Breckenrldge, Tarentnm.
22-J. B. Keed, Tarentuin. '
25-Hon. J. W. Wallace, New Castle. Hon. F. E.
Bryant Illinois. Mrs. It B. Hayes, aged 13.
28 General Simon. Cameron, after along illness.
Colonel J. B. Morgan-, after whom Morgaoza
was named, city.
27 Hon. Ji P. Verree, aged 73.
28 Miss Marie Mitchell, noted astronomer. Lynn,
29-John T. Mclf. ennan, brother or Judge McKen
1 A. B. Blhlman. lMamoud street caterer. T.
C. Woolsev, ex-Prcsldent of Yale," aged 88,
1& Francis, Cincinnati.. -Charles Parkins, 'at
- Parnassus. , j . . t--. -.'V.iJ. - ,.
4 William Nelson, celebrated juggler. Leprosy
discovered in Canada.
7 Saul Palmer, lawyer, Alleghenv.
9 Morris K. Graham, son of the County Be-
10-John K, Steel, aged 78, city. Chief Crowe, or
.the Allegheny Fire Department aged 53.
U-Mary Ann Dickson. EdgeWorth. aged 70.
James McClurg-, Allegheny, aged 60. J. P.
. Hay, Allegheny.
13 Mrs. Elizabeth Tleter, formerly of Braddock.
Thos. Scott Sn, city, aged 78.
15Hon, A. N. Cole,' Wellsvllle, K". Y.. who
claimed to be the father of the Republican
garty. E. C. Jordan, proprietor of the Whits
16-Kev. Dr. Eaton, author, Franklin, Pa.
IT-J. H. Zonlzer, contractor, city.
18 W. J. Snodgrass. coal operator. Bock Bun.
, George W. Norton, retired banker, Louis
ville. 19-Alex. Thomson, ion ofthe P. B. E. Vice Pres
ident London, aged 19. Count Leo Schwab,
20-WllllamAiles, Auditor of the National Tube
22 John P. Beynolds, Canton, O.
n -George J. Nonlsh, formerly or Allegheny, at
Grand Crossing, III.
24-Ellxabeth Lewis Wade, daughter of Bessie
Bramble, Brooklyn, aged 17.
2S-Cbarlemsgne Tower. Philadelphia, aged 8L
railroad director. Warren Fausendlesof nose
Meed at Wllllamsport
2HJPn1.c- Ban newspaper writer, aged 52.
30-Dr. W. B. Boberts, torpedo man. Titusville.
Pa. Zebedlah Lee, Orange township, O., aged
10L Hon. Samuel McElroy, WOklnsburg.
Dr. W. H. Woolsey, President Bethany College.
2-Slr William Ewsrt M. P., London. Mrs.
Eliza M. Nelson. East End. George Jamison,
3-Commodore Fltzhugh, aged 60, Philadelphia.
6 Mrs. Catherine Jones, aged 78. Miss Mollis
Call, labor leader, drowned at Kearn station.
6 Madam De Caurobert social leader. Paris.
General PhUippovltch, conqueror of Bosnia,
7-J. N. Anderson, formerly proprietor or the Bt.
Clair Hotel. Genersl Henry Du Pont or Du
Pont powder fame, Wilmington.
9 A. C. Hoyer. Esq., Pittsburg, at Mt Clem
ents. 12-Ellhu Stevens. Belle Grade, Me., aged W.
W. J. Branded, agent of the Green line oil
City. ' w
13 Pat Carney, Democratic politician .--a r
Dr. Alex. B. Mott noted surgeon, ri.Uvhfkl
Fred Leslie, comedian. London. "eyr IO"
14 'Squire Wm. McCulley Grace, Ch-,.., ...a
. 70. Judge John Irwin; BeUeronSfiltdsi8'"
15-Prof. Ellas Lumss, New Hijh WMni Ee-
16-P. V. Keltz, the man who i, aileied to have
mesmerized Christine HorwILee GeoTw
KSl, ?vSSS.5!J5I?fn& ReT- Stephen Mat-
R?diili7??iS ?TewH?Um nd President of
w win?. DhJ-UT,.,N,orth Carolina, aged 73.
Prlsfaged7i mUUoM philanthropist in
18?J" D1 husband or Bara Bernhart Paris.
,T5; n5tt Johnston, or Fifth avenue, at
??" Bden. James T. McClure, aged 81.
zo-James yjennlston, expert negro bllllardlst
Charleston, S. C. William J. Lantner, of
Allegheny. In Switzerland. Mrs. Mary Scott
Center avenne, aged 87.
l Laura Goodwin Kerr, aged 6, daughter of
Samuel F. Kerr, of tbe Leader.
s Major J. s. Davis. Department Commander of
m tbe Nebraska G. A. K.
25-Henry Shaw, philanthropist St Louis.
28 Mrs. Bennett Brownsville road, aged 65. Mrs.
William Lewis; or Pennsylvania, wire or the
American Consul at Tanglers.
27 Laura lie Clair, tbe Dlamona Queen actress.
Denver. Col. William E. Kowe, civil engineer
Poor Farm, cltr.
23 George FawcettBowe, actor, New York, aged
30 Mother of John L. Sullivan, Boston. K.A.
Coleman,- politician. Sixth avenue. H. C
Skelly, merchant McKeesport
31 David Dibert Johnstown. WeltyMeCullough.
at Greensbnrg. aged 42. John Grass, Sioux
chief; statesman aLd orator.
11 Judge H. H. Cummin. Cresson Springs, Pa.,
member Johnstown Flood Belief Commission,
2-H. W. Armstrong, aged 75, Youngstown. John
A. Green, writer, Ntw York.
4-B. H. Blnford, -The Baby Soldier," Monroe,
6 H. W. Jenet Tweed boodler. New York.
7-J. V. O'Brien, showman, aged 62, Philadel
phia. Morris Werthelmer, Allegheny, aged
23. Bev. Father Bartman. Sharon, aged 70.
8-Kev. Fattier Brennan. Mamfleld. aged 33. .
9 Kev. Father Philip Hartman. Erie, aged 80.
John E. Day. rormerty of Pittsburg, at Leb
anon, C, aged 99.
10 S. 8. Cox, New York, the statesman, aged 65.
Charles Joseph Savary, aged 44, Ottawa; a
member of the Legion of Honor.
12 Captain James Reese, aged 69; East End in
ventor. 13 H. H. Byers, brother of A. M. Byers, Mercer
IS Hiram Pooler, river man. aged 58. Hon. W.
H. Weal, uncle or Stonewall Jackson, Parkers
burg, W. Va.
17 Hon. James McCsllum, prominent Mason.
Pulaski. Tenn. .
19 J. W. Payson. Hyde Park, aged 74: author of
the common school writing books.
20 -James Martin, Becordlng Secretary of L. A.
Zl-Colonel William H. Sbaw, of the One Hun
dred and Thlrty-rourtb Regiment Pennsyl
vania Volunteers. Newcastle.
73 WlUle Collins, aged 65, novelist
25 Eliza Cook, poetess, London, aged 81.
27 Mark Burke, of Post 51. G. A. K.
28 Captain W. B. Jones, Manager Edgar Thomson
Steel Works, aged 50.
29-General Samuel D. Sturgls, United States
Ariry, St Paul. B. G. Ford, Superintendent
or the Bell's Gap Ballroad, aged 40.
1 Mrs. Judge Jones, of Duquesne Way, this city
2 Adam Trnutman, Sonthslde, aged 51. Ex
Governor Martin, Kansas.
X-P. Bolster. Jr., Allegheny, aged V.
4 General Asa P. Blunt Manchester, X. H.,
5 Sister Mary Clare, Sonthslde. B. V. Barker,
S rimer, city.
Ishop of diocese of Kansas, Thomas Hubbard
7 Mrs. Letltla Gazzam. Allegheny, aged 82.
Daniel O'Donogbne, M. YZ, London.
9 S. It. Becd, writer of Cincinnati, en route
11 Judge Bobert Baley, Carrolton. O.
13 W. W. McNalr, London, the first white who
ever penetrated Asia.
IS Mrs. James Irwin, Allegheny.
IS Mabel Locke, daughter of C. E. Locke.
17 Ex-Governor Jobn F. Hartranrt soldier and
statesman, Norrlstbwn, aged 59. Louis Bitter,
Beading, newspaper man. aged 76.
18-E. P. Darling. Wilkesbarre.
22-James Ford. Chief Clerk ofthe Police Bureau,
23 F. M. Wilson, artist Allegheny.
S Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, city, aged 45. James
Sweeney, city, aged 51.
26 Mrs. Julia Mellor, musician.
27-Otto Adolph Arnold, of tbe Pittsburg YoUu-
29 Dr. Wm. N. Herron, Allegheny.
30-Rob Dalzell, Fayetta Springs, aged 83; the
father or Private Dalzell.
31-Jessle M. BoweU. aged 43. Mrs. Charlotte
Kearns, E. E. Nellie Qulnon, aged 10.
1 Hiram A. Jones, Newburg. N. Y., aged 70,
Republican politician. Judge Channcey Jos
tin, Ann Arbor, aged 76, eccentric but es
teemed. James Carson, Braddock, aged 70.
4-Helen Warren Kay. wife of Lieutenant Ma
jor Kay, Eighteenth Beglment Nellie Brown,
aged 14. daughter of Captain 8. S. Brown,
7 Epbralm A. Ellsworth, father of Colonel Ells
worth, tbe first victim or the Civil War, Me
chanlcsvllle, aged 8t .
9-State Treasurer Hart Harrisburg.
II Mrs. Louise Rector, Chicago: she owned the
house and room in which President Lincoln
12 John H. 8hoenberger. iron manufacturer, this
city; In New York, aged 80.
13 Wlnfleld Scott Wilson, attorney, Allegheny.
14 Colonel A. D. Mann, Assistant Secretary of
State under Pierce, Paris. Chief Justice W.
N. H. Smith. Raleigh.
IS Andrew Jackman, liveryman, aged7L
16 Mrs. Annie Moorehead. wife ot the late Jobn
Moorehead, Oakland. Mrs. Maggie. Olmstead,
a Johnstown victim, city. Captain A. J. Waj
ner, aged 79, Centralis, I1L, Quartermaster of
the Llbby prison.
17 Columbus Brown, river pilot aged 60, Frank
JO Edward Doty. Beaver Falls.
21 Walter McCabe. city, aged 46. member of tbe
One Hundred and Thlrtv-nlnth Pennsylvania.
Mrs. C. Kinney, mother or the poet Edmund
Clarence Stedman. Newark, N. J aged 79.
23 William Wiseman, city, aged 90. J. H. Buth
ven. New York, aged 68, noted chessplayer,
song writer ana Abolition orator.
25 Rev. FatberMurpny. or Pittsburg, In Ireland.
J. B. Emery, the oldest Grand Past Master or
I. O. O. F., Baltimore, aged 83. Hon. Geo.
H. Pendleton, Ex-Minister to Germany, Ber
lin, aged 64.
27 Kev. Dr. Murray, oldest member or the Car
lisle Presbytery, aged 74.
28 Mrs. H. Cobb, widow or Ex-Secretiry or the
Treasury Cobb, Athens, Ga., aged 7L
29-Pror. Kobt. Patterson, city, aged 88. Martin
Farquhar Topper., poefr and writer. London,
agf184. Jas. Kelly, variety actor, N. Y.
30 James Taylor. Allegheny, aged 75. Mrs. Ann
H. Wood. McKeesport aged SL
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2 8. F. Wllkesbn, editor, politician and railroad
maimate. New York, aged 72. Rev. J. J.
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DISPATCU typographer. Jefferson Davis,
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6Jobn J. Town send. President of the Union
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7 Right Rev. Bishop Jobn Tulgg, Altoona,
8 lir. F. S. Dellsas. author. Consul and clergy
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80. Mrs. Scott Lord, sister of Mrs. Harrison.
Washington. Cantain John Darragb, aged 79;
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ntlOF. M. Ex-Mayor 8. A. Steele, Youngs
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John Duffy, nephew of Roger O'Mara. city.
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burg, Jersey City, aged 60. Alfred Cowles. of
Chicago Tribune. Mrs. Susan Getze, Canton.
O,, aged 96.
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Blanch Connor, teacher. ColweU street city,
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Benjamin H. Day. founder of tbe Sun, New
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ington. Pa., aged 40. Jalrnes Putney, eml
sent optician. Providence.
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