Standard atlas of Marinette County, Wisconsin, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information, analysis of the system of U.S. land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc., etc.
Chronological arrangement of ancient, medieval and modern history
dUPPLNMZNT XXII. ANOIBNT, MEDIEVAlf AND' MODERN HISTORY. im I I 03 =0gt the CentennalExhibitioat hl li May 10; it aloe.., Nov. 10. serious difficultles between Americans and Chinese In California. Burting of reservoir at Worcester, Mas, destroying millions of dollars worth of property, March 3. Death of Alexander T. Stewart, April a. War with Sitting Bull and the Sioux Mass cre at Hamburg, S. C.. June. Massacre of Gen. Custer and his command, by the Sioux Indians, July 2. Semnpletion of the First One Hundred Yoar of American Independence; great rejoicing throughout the United ftatea July 4. atle arden, N. Y., destroyed by fre, July 9. Younger Brothers and Northfield Bank robbery, Sept. 7. Arrest of W. M. Tweed, at Vigo, Spain, Sept. 8. Yellow fever in Georgia, September. Trial of Molly Maguires, October. Dastardly attempt to rob the grave of President Lincoln, Nov. 7. Burning of the Brooklyn Theater, 176 lives lost, Dec. 5. First furnace for cremation built, at Washington, Penn., Dec. 6. The Ashtabula railroad horror, Dec. 29, Close of the Indian War. The Electoral Commission Bill passed by Congress, Jan. 25, 26. Rutherford B. Hayes declared President, March 2 Blue Glass mania. Death of Cornelius Vanderbilt, June 4. Great Railroad riots, East and West, July and August. I Yellow fever epidemic along the Lower Mississippi. Meeting of the Alabama Claims Commission, Feb. 27. Fenians attempt a second Invasion of Canada, May 29. "eath of Robert Dale Owen, June 24. hbe Colorado Petrified Giant humbug. %eturn of Henry M. Stanley from African explorations, August. .eath of Brigham Young, Aug. 29. 1eath of Oliver P. Morton, Nov. 1. 3arthquake shocks in New England and middle States. Ku-Klux Bill passed by Congress. Death of Benjamin F. Wade, March 2. Development of the telephone and phonograph. Bankrupt Repeal Bill passed, May 10. Death of William Cullen Bryant, June it Undan outbreak in Washington Territry, July. Chineae Embassy visits the United States. Silver Bill passed by both Houses of Congress. Yellow fever In the South. Gold sold at par-the first time since 1862-Dec. 17. Resumption of specie payments, Jan. L Death of Richard Henry Dana, Feb. 2. Great fire at Reno, Nev., March 2. New Constitution of California adopted, May 2. Death of William Lloyd Garrison, May 24. Terrible tornado in Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri, May 30. Bill to erect a monument on site of Washington's birthplace, passes both Houses, June 10. Waterspout in Black Hills causes great loss of property and life, June 12. Disastrous storms east and west. July. Great fire at Deadwood Dak., Sept. 26 Death of Gen. Joseph hookr, Oct. 3L Death of Zachary Chandler, Oct. 3L Caleb Cushing dies at Madrid. "Exodus" of negroes from South to West. James Russell Lowell made Minister to England. Fall elections favor Republicans. Death of Frank Leslie, Jan. 19. City Hall, Albany, destroyed by Are, Feb. 10. Terrific tornado sweeps over parts of Western and Southern StatesApril 8 Great forest fires in Southern kew Jrsoy, April and May. Collision on Long Island Sound deetr3ys the steamers "Narragansett" and "Stonington". Centennial eelebration of the capture of Andre, Sept. 28. Garfield and Arthur nominated by Chicago Republican Convention, June 3. Hancock and English by Cincinnati Democratic Convention. At the General Election, the Relibican candidates secured 218 out of 369 electoral votes, Nov. 6. Electoral College vote counted Feb. 9. Three per cent, funding blil passed, March 2. Steamer Corwin sails for the Arctic regions In search of the Jeannette, March 4. Revised Nw Testament Issued, May 20. Star route frauds exposed, May 26. The great comets of 1881 first seen, June 20. Sitting Bull, Chief af the Sioux, surrenders, July 3L James A. Garfield Inaugurated, March 4. Contest between Garfield and Senator Conkilng (N. Y.) about New York Collectorship. May. Commercial treaty with Coina signed, May 5. Great Britain pays £16,0)0 award for damage done to American fisheries in Fortune Bay affair. Assassination of President Garfield by Charles J. Gulteau, at Baltimore railway denot in Washington, July 2. Death of President Garfield at Elberon. N. J., Sept. 19, burial at Cleveland, Sept. 26. Vice P~esdent Arthur becomes President, Sept. 26. Secial scssion of the Senate, Oct. 10. The celebrated Guiteau trial begins, Nov. 14. News of destruction of Jeannette, Arctic exploring vessel, Dec. 30. Guitesu convicted Jan. 25; sentenced Feb. 4: hanged June 30. Anti-Chinese bill (twenty years) passed March 23; vetoed by the President April 4. Sen.tte passes Edmunds Anti-Polygamy Bill. Feb. 16 approved March 23. Apportionment bill passes the House, Feb. 17. Great Mississippi overflow, wide destruction and loss of life. 'ariff Commission Bill passes both Houses, May 6-q; approved May 15. 4ll1 extending National Bank charters passed both Houses, May 19. Violent cyclone at Grinnell, Ia., June 8. Second Anti-Chinese bill (ten years) passed; signed by President Arthur, May 6. Collision of the Scioto on Ohio river, 59 persons drowned, July 4. River and Harbor Bill passed over the President's veto, Aug. 2. Return of the survivors of the North Pole expedition. Star Route trial ended by verdict of jury. Sept. 11. acquitting Turner. convicting Miner and Berdell, and disagreeing as to Brady, the Dorsey brothers, and Vail. Steamer Asia founders on Lake Huron, 100 lives lost, Sept. 14. Utah Commission completes registration of voters. Sept. I I Iffi M34 1885 1336 1887 1888 I The Pendleton Civil Service Bill pases Senate, Dec. 27. Civil Service Reform bill passes the House, Jan. 4. Presidential Succession Bill passed Senate, Jan. 9; net considered in the House. Burning of Newhall House, Milwaukee, 59 lives lost, Jan. 10. Great flood in Ohio River, 50,000 people homeless. Feb. 10-15. Tariff and Tax Amendment Bill passes both Houses, March 2. Death of Alexander H. Stephens, aged 71, March 4. Death of Peter Cooper, aged 92, April 4. Cyclone at Beauregard, Miss., 83 lives lost; tornadoes in Iowa and Georgia, April 22. Opening of the Brooklyn Suspension Bridge, May 24. Pendleton Civil Service Act passes both Houses, July 16. Steamer Proteus of the Greely Relief Expedition crushed by ice In Smith's Sound, July 23. Terrific tornado at Rochester, Minn., many lives lost, Aug. 21. Northern Pacific Railroad formally opened, Sept. 8. Civil Rights Act of March 1, 1875, declared unconstitutional by U. S. Supreme Court, Oct. 15. Gen. Sherman relinquishes command of the army, Nov. 1; Gem Sheridan succeeding. Two-cent letter postage goes Into effect throughout the United States, Oct. 1. Serious riot at Danville, Va., between negroes and white military, Nov. 3. Dakota adopted a constitution erecting Southern Dakota into a State, Nov. 6. Festivals in honor of the 400th anniversary of Luther's birth, Nov. 10-11. 48th Congress organized. House repeals the iron-clad oath law, Jan. 21. Germany returns resolutions of the House laudatory of Ruskin, Feb. 15. United States Supreme Court affirms the constitutionality of Legal Tender Act, March 3. Mexican War pension bill passes House, March 3. The Senate ratifies commercial treaty with Mexico, March 11. Defeat of Morrison Tariff bill, May 6. Congress appropriates $1,000,000 for New Orleans Exposition, May 8. Great panic in Wall street; Failure of Grant and Ward and others, May 6-14. Relief expedition rescues survivors of the Greely Arctic expedition, at Cape Sabine, June 22. President vetoes the Fitz-John Porter bill, July 2. Corner-stone of the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty laid, Aug. 6. The general election resulted in the election of Grover Cleveland, who carried 20 States, securing 219 electoral votes against 182 for James G. Bl&ne, Nov. 4. Opening of the 48th Congress, Dec. 1. Grover Cleveland reslgns the New York governorship, Jan. 6. Dedication of the Washington Monument, the tallest structure known, 555 feet. Feb. 21. Occupation of Aspinwall, S. A. ov United States troops. Inauguration of Grover Cleveland as President, March 4. New Orleans Exposition opened, Dec. lb. Treaty with Colombian Government. providing a joint protectorate over the isthmus, May 5. The Revised Old Testament and complete Bible published, May 18. Death of Gen. U. S. Grant, at Mt. McGregor, N. Y., aged 62, July 23. Grant memorial services held at Westminster Abbey, London, Aug. 4. Death of Vice-President T. A. Hendricks, aged 66, Nov. 25. The Presidential succession act signed Jan. 19. Controversy between the Senate and President over reasons for remeving jublic officers, Jan. 2. Chinamen driven from Seattle, W. Ter., by a mob, Feb. 9. Death of General Winfield Scott Hancock, aged 61. Feb. 9. Blair Educational Bill passe the Sen1ate, March 5. Bill for free and unlimited coinage Of silver defeated, April L Chicago Anarchist riot, 6 plice killed and 61 wounded, May 4. Anarchists Indicted at Chicago, May137. President Cleveland married to MIss Frances Folsom, June 2. Oleomargarine bill passes the Sente June 20. Morrison Tariff bill defeated, June IT. House of Representatives passed bill repealing the pre-emption, timber culture and desert-land laws, June . Bill to repeal the Civil Service law indefinitely postponed by the U. S. Senate. June 18. Congress requlret the Treasury to Issue small denomination silver certificates, July 24. The President warns office holders against attempts to control political movemnts, July. Death of Samuel J. Tilden, aged 74, Aug. 4. Chicago anarchists to the number of 8. found guilty of murder, Aug. 20. Eartbquake at Charleston, S. C., destroynt $5,0i0,000 worth of property and 57 lives, Au:. 30-31. Surrender of the Apache chief Geronlmo and his band, Sept. 4. Death of Ex-President Chester A. Arthur, aged 56. Bill to regulate the counting of electoral votes passed. Dec. 9. Inter-State Commerce bill signed, Feb. 4. House defeats the Dependent Soldier Pension Bill, Feb. 24. Belmont Retaliation bill passed. March 2. Bill to redeem trade dollars passed, March 19. Inter-State Commerce commission appointed, March 22. Mormon convention at Salt Lake City adopt a Constitution, July 1. Defeat of the Scotch cutter Thistle by the American Volunteer in race for "America cup," Sept. 27 and 30. President and Mrs. Cleveland leave Washington for a Western trip. Mormon convention of monogamists petition Congress for admission of Utah as a State, Oct. 8. United States Supreme Court refuses to interfere with the finding of Illinois courts in anarchist cases, Nov. 1. Governor Oglesby commutes death sentences of Schwab and Fielden to life imprisonment, Nov. 10. Hanging, at Chicago, of the anarchists Parsons, Spies, Engel and Fischer, Nov. 11. Republican National Committee select Chicago for National Convention, June 16, 1888. Dec. 8. Terrible blizzard in Minnesota. Dakota and Iowa; f0 lives lost, Jan. 12. Inter-State Commission confirmed by the U. S. Senate, Jan. 16. Fisheries treaty with Great Britain signed at Washington, Feb. 15. Strike of engineers and firemen on the C.. B. & Q. R. R. began Feb. 25 188Deadlock In the House of Representatives over the Direct Tax bill, April 9. Death of Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite, aged 72 years, March 23. Knights of Labor appeal to Congress for a system of Government telegraph, April 12. Death of Roscoe Conklin, ex-U. S. Senator, aged 60 years, April 18. Daily sales of U. S. bonds began, April 22. Melville W. Fuller, of Illinois, nominated by the President as Chief Justice, April 30; confirmed by the Senate, July 20. Chinese Treaty ratified by U. S. Senate, May 7. Execution of murderers by electricity after Jan. 1, 1889, passes N. Y. Senate, May 8; approved by the Governor, June 4. The President approves of bill to invite a conference of American States at Washington in 1889, May 24. Lieut.-Gen. Philip H. Sheridan confirmed as General of the A-my, June L National Democratic Convention at St. Louis renominates President Cleveland, June 6. National Department of Labor bill approved by the President, June 13. The President signed the Chinese Exclusion Bill, forbidding any Chinese laborer who has been, or may now be, or may hereafter be, a resident within the U. S., and may depart therefrom, and who may not have returned before the passage of this act, to return to, or remain in, the U. S., Oct. 1. Death of General Philip H. Sheridan, aged 57 years, August 5. Major-Gen. John M. Schofield appointed to the command of the army, August 14. U. S. Senate rejects the Fisheries treaty, August 21. President's message to the U. S. Senate recommending enlarged powers under the Retaliation act, August 23. Floods at Augusta, Ga., destroyed $1,000,000 worth of property, Sept. 12. Bill prohibiting coming of Chinese laborers approved, Sept. 13. September wheat touched $2 on Chicago Board of Trade, Sept. 29. U. S. Supreme Court sustains the constitutionality of the Iowa "Prohibitory Law," Oct. 22. The "Murchison" decoy letter to Lord Sackville West made public, Oct. 24. '.ord Sackville West. British Minister, dismissed by the President; Oct. 10. National Election for President; the Republican candidates elected, Nov. 6. Official yellow fever bulletin gave total number of deaths 412, and of cases 4,705, at Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 10. U. S. men-of-war Galena and Yantic sailed for Hayti to demand release of the Haytian Republic, Dec. 12. 1889 Great storm in Pennsylvania; many lives lost at Pittsburgh and Reading, Jan. 9. Niagara Suspension Bridge blown down at 3 a. m., Jan. 10. Department of Agriculture created, Feb. 4. The States of North and South Dakota, Montana and Washington, created by Congress, Feb. 20. Benjamin Harrison inaugurated President, March 4. Oklahoma proclamation issued. May 27. Opening of the Oklahoma country, April 22. Centennial of Washington's inauguration. April 30. Murder of Dr. Cronin at Chicago, May 4. Destruction by flood of Johnstown, Pa.; 5,000 to 10,000 lives lost; over S20,000,000 worth of property destroyed, May 31. Judge D. S. Terry shot by U. S. Marshal Nagle, defending Justice Field, Aug. 14. International Marine Congress meets at Washington, Oct. 16. North and South Dakota admitted by proclamation, Nov. 2. Trial of Cronin suspects begun Aug. 30, ended Dec. 16. Coughlin, Sullivan and Burke found guilty, and received life sentences; Kunze, imprisonment three years; Beggs found not guilty. David J. Brewer appointed a Supreme Court Justice, Dec. 4. Death of Jefferson Davi late President of the Confederate States. Dec. 6. UNS Appointment of Special World's Fair Committee, Jan. 18. La Grippe or Influenza prevalent throughout the Northern and Western States. Death of Gen. Crook, at Chicago, March 1i. Act approved providing for the World's Columbian Exposition, at Chicago, April 26. Death of Gen. Fremont, at New York City, July 13. First execution by electricity, at Auburn, N. Y., Wm. Kemmler, Aug. 6. First legislature of Oklahoma meets, Aug. 1. Act forbidding the use of the mails for lottery purposes, approved Sept. 19. The McKinley tariff bill takes effect, Oct. 6. General election; next House of Representatives Democratic, Nov. 4. The 51st Congress convenes, Dec. L Sitting Bull and seven other Indians killed near Standing Rock Agency, Dec. 15. Battle of Wounded Knee, between the Ith Cavalry and hostile Indians, Dec. Mh. 1891 Death of George Bancroft, historian, at Washington, Jan. 17. Death of Win. Windom at a banquet in New York, Jan. 29. Internatonal Monetary Congress met at Washington, Jan. 7. Application before the U. S. Supreme Court fo: a prohibition to the U. S. District Cnurt on its decision in the Behring Sea difficulty by Canadian representatives, Jan. 12. Sioux Indian war ended by submission of the Hostiles, Jan. 15. Reciprocity treaty with Brazil snnounced, Feb. 5. Death of Admiral David D. Porter, at WashingtoA. Feb. 13. Death of Ged, Wm. T. Sherman. at Washington, Feb. 14. Charles Foster. of Ohio, appointed Secretary of the Treasury. Feb. 21. Copyright bill passed Congress, March 8. Act creating Circuit Court of Appeals, passed March 3. French Spoliation Bill passed. March 8. The Copyright bill becomes a law, March 4. The Enlistment of Indians in the U. S. army authorized March 6. Proposed arbitration of Behring Sea dispute. March 11. Lynching of U Italians at New Orleans, March 14. Nicaragua Canal Party sails. March 14. American Society of Authors formed for the protection of writers, March 20. Recall of the Italian Minister, Baron Fava, March 31. 25th anniversary of the founding of the Grand Army of the Republic, April 6. Ground broken for the Grant Monument, New York City, April 27. 1891 Chinese Government refuses to recove the American Minister, H. W. Blair. April 28. Fort Berthold Reservation, N. D., ,pened for settlement, May 20. "The People's Party" formed at Clacinnati, May 20. Statue of Abraham Lincoln unveiled at Lincoln Park, Chicago, May 2. Bronze statue of General Grant, at Galena, Ill., unveiled, June 3. The Czar of Russia presents Stanford University with a complete col of Russian and Siberian June 12. Surrender of the Chilian ship, Itata Iquique, to the U. S., June 4. First shipment of block tin fromalfornia mines, June 15. International Postal Congress held at Vienna decides to hold next Congress at Washington, June 25. Commercial treaty with Spain signed, June 26. Transfer of the Weather Bureau to the Agricultural Department, June 30. $500.00 accepted from the Itata for violation of the U. S. Navigation laws, July. Libel filed against the arms and ammunition on the Itata, atSan Diego, July 12. Statue of Stonewall Jackson unveiled at Lexington, Va., July 21. Smokeless powder used for the first time by the U. S. Government, July 25. The "Majestic" breaks the ocean record, time being 5d. 18h. im., Aug. 5. Cherokee strip in Indian Territory closed to Whites, Aug. 13. Rain-making experiment at Midland, Texas, Aug. 19. The "Teutonic" breaks the trans-Atlantic record of the "Majestic," time bd. 16h. 31m., Aug. 19. Indian lands of Oklahoma opened, Sept. 22. Dedication of Pope Leo XIII. statue, presented to the Catholic University at Washington, Sept. 28. Leland Stanford, Jr., Univertity at Palo Alto, Cal., opened, Oct. 1. Equestrian statue of General Grant at Lincoln Park, Chicago, unveiled, Oct. 7. Commercial treaty with Germany concluded, Oct. 11. Shoshone and Arapahoe Indians sell one million acres of land to the Government at 55 cents an acre, Oct. 16. U. S. Government demands reparation from Chili for assault on the crew of the Baltimore, Oct. 26. Argument In the Sayward case, to test U. S. jurisdiction over Behring Sea, begun in the U. S. Supreme Court, Nov. 9. Congress met; Mr. Crisp, of Georgia, chosen Speaker, Dec. 7. 1=8Stevens County, Kan., war again breaks out, Jan. 5. Inter-State Commerce Commission appointed by the President, Jan. 5. Terrible mine explosion at McAlester, Ind. Ter., nearly 100 lives lost, Jan. 7. Secretary Blaine notifies foreign countries of retaliatory measures, as required by the Tariff Law, Jan, 8. Special message to Congress from the President, recommending financial aid to the World's Columbian Exhibition, Feb. 24. The President submits correspondence with England to Congress, regarding Bebring Sea controversy, March 9. Ex-Congressman W. R. Morrison selected as President of the Inter-State Commerce Commission, vice Judge Cooley, resigned, March 21. Free Silver coinage debate in Congress, March 22-24. French Extradition Treaty signed, March 25. The Silver bill shelved, March 28. The Free Wool bill passed, April 7. Diplomatic intercourse with Italy renewed. April 14. Sisseton Reservation, S. D., opened, April 1. Revenue steamers ordered to Behring Sea, April 16. Copyright agreement with Germany signed, April 16. The President approves Behring Sea modus vivendi. April 18. U. S. Commercial Treaty between Switzerland and Italy, signed April 19. The President invites foreign nations to participate in an international Silver Conference, April 21. The President lays Grant monument corner stone, New York City, April 27. Chinese Exclusion bill signed, May 6. Trrible floods in the Mississippi ValW, May -15. Wyoming appoints women to National Republican Convention, May 7. The Alliance party proposes a new currency, May 8. The Pope approves Archbishop Ireland's Education Policy, May 10. Association of American authors formed, May 17. Reciprocity with Guatemala goes Into effect, May 30. James G. Blaine resigns as Secretary of State, June 4. Republican National Convention held, June 7. Benjamin Harrison and Whitelaw Reid nominated, June 10. Democratic National Convention held, June 21. Grover Cleveland and A4lai Stevenson nominated, June 23. Peary Arctic relief expedition salis, June 27. Homestead, Pa., Steel Works closed, June 30. Prohibitionists nominate John Bidwell for President. July 1. People's Party nominate James B. Wever for President, July 4. Slaughter of Pinkerton men at Hemestead. July 6. National Christian Endeavor Society Convention at New Tork, July 7. Pennsylvania troops take possession Of Homestead, Pa., July 10. Bill to close the World's Fair on Anday passes both Houses, July 14. Great storms in Minnesota, July 30. The President proclaims Oct. 12 a National holiday, July 21. H. C. Frick, chairman Carnugie Steel Co.. shot by Berkman, July 2. George Shiras confirmed by the Senate as Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court, July 26. Inman Steamer City of Paris breaks the Ocean Record, 5d. 15h. 58m., July 27. Central Labor Union rejects anarchistic resolutions, July 10. Congress appropriates $2,500,000 to the World's Fair, Aug. 5. Chinese sailors forbidden employment on American ships, Aug. 5. International Monetary representatives appointed by the President, Aug. 7. Trouble among East Tennessee mWers. Aug. 13. Railroad strike of switchmen at iBuffalo, great destruction of yroporty. Aug. 14. The President proclaims retaliation against Canada on canals, Aug. 20. Nancy Hanks again breaks the trotting record, 2.05'/, Aug. 21. Death of George Wllitam Curtis, author and journalist, Aug. 31. Cholera brought to New York City by Hamburg steamer Monrovia, Aug.21. Nelson beats the stallion record, 2.12k, AUg. 31,. C opyright. tsis. by Geo. A. Ogle & Co. I .- - U . I Death of J. G6 WhttiernosL eL? Nancy Hanks again rash*g record, 2.04,Sept, 3. Formal opeing of the Obleee UnVaeeaity, GoctL1 Dedication of the World's Far buildIngo, at Chicah, OL.L Fire at Mlwau destroys 21S buld.. ingo with 6,000,000 loss. Anareisat monument dedicated at Wadhelm Cemetery, near Chicago, Nov. 4. ireat strike at Homestead, Pa., dealared off Nov 19 ltamboul lowers stallion record at Otockton, Cal., :07% , Nov. 3. Death of Jay ould, capitalist, Dec. 2. Dr. McGlynn restored as a priest, Dec. 2L. Immense gold fields discovered in Utah, Dec. 27. Prof. Briggs acquitted of heresy, Dec. 29. Great floods In California, Dec. 29. George W. Vanderbilt gives a costly at gallery to the Fine Arts Society at New York, Dee. 30. I Death of General Benjamin F. Butler, Jan. U. Senate passes the Seal Protection Billl, Jan. 13. Death of ex-President R. B. Hayes, Jan. 17. Hawaiian Provisional Govern, proclaimed, supported by U. S. authorities, Jan. 11. Death of James 0. Blaine, statesman, Jan. 27. Russian Extradition Treaty confirmed. Feb. 8. Conflict of rival Legislatures In KanmA, Feb. 21-2. Rank of American Ambassador established, March L Inauguration of President Cleveland. March 4. Behring Sea arbitration opened at Paris, France, April 10. President Cleveland opens World's Fair at Chicago, May 1. Chinese Exclusion Act goes into effect, May 1. Governor Altgeld pardons Chicago anarchists, June 28. Extra session of Congress called June 30. Great fire at World's Fair, 24 livestl, July 10. Behring Sea arbitrators award In favor of England, Aug. 15. Great storm on South Atlantic coast. Aug. 28. Wabash railroad accident at Kingsbury, 14 killed, 45 wounded, Sept. 22. Chicago Day at the World's Fair, at,. tendance 716,881, Oct. 9. World's Fair closed at Chicago, Oct. 10. Repeal of the Silver Purchase Clause Act of 1890, Nov. L New York Court of Appeals decides that foreign corporations may hold real estate in New York State Jan. 16. Wilson Tariff Bill and income Tax passes the House, Jan. 81. U. S. Warship Kearsarge, famous as the' destroyer of the Confederate Alabama, wrecked on Roneador Reef. Feb. 2. Death of George W. Childs philanthropist and journalist, at Philadelphia, Feb. S. Greater New York bill signed by the Governor, Feb. 28. President Cleveland vetoes the Bland Silver bill, March 30. Behring Sea proclamation issued, April 10. Unconstitutionality of the South Carolina Dispensary law declared, April 1. 136.000 coal miners ordered to strike in Ohio, April 20. Coxcy's army Invaded Washington, .d C., April 29. Dr. Talmage's Tabernaela in Brooklyn destroyed by fire, May I&. 17 buildings burned by fire at Boston. May 15. American Railway Union boycotts Pullman Car Company. Affected 50,00 miles of railroad, June 25. Armor-plate frauds detected. June 1. U. S. Court enjoins strikers from Interfering with railroad trains, July 2, Railroad mobs destroy property in and near Chicago, July 10. Railroad strike declared off July 1. Utah Enabling Act signed July 17. American marines landed at so. Corea, July 27. Work resumed at Pullman IlL. Aug. L Hawaiian Republic cficially recognied, A u g . 9. '% 68 factories close at Fall River,2,W men idle, Aug. 1L. United States recognizes the sovereignty of Nicaragua over the Moquito Coast, Aug. 26. New Tariff becomes a law, without the President's signature, Aug. 27. Earthquake with great 1o Of life at Uvalde, Texas, Aug. 31. Reciprocity Treaty with Cuba cancellci. by Spain, Sept. L. President Cleveland'* Hawaiian letter first published, Sept. 5. Amnesty granted polygamists in Utah, Sept. 17. Death of Prof. David Swing at Chicago, Oct. 3. Death of Oiver Wendell Holmes, Octh. Government offers to arbitrate in the Japan-China war, Nov. 6. Famous More case settled with Spain. Cotton States Exposltion at Atlanta, Ga., opened. Utah. 4fth State admitted, Jam. William MyKnle e ProdpSof the U. S. Nov. & . V. S. enate passed re atua IV nition of bffl gSeemyuo o.de mu VU. atesip Maine de&vFOd by cow pson in Havana harbor, FeE. IL de denceof Cubaec edby ToSolution Of CongesA 191IS;and-irPm pidt's Proclamation ca111ng for Iowa volunteers, April 2L Commodore Dewey doo"O Spanis fieet inManl fwa. Ma .I Oganadron underSabe? ndEme destroyed Spanish f llunde rnah off Santiago de Cuba. July L. Peaceplrrotocolsgnead Fe L dAM' proclamation ise upnighei ties, Aug. 12 Beginning o war for supproseles a Aguinaid and his foliowersift liMOM Insurgentsainaugurated geaerlenuag ment, Feb. 4. Peace Treaty with Spain ndled ts .. & e Sa . Fe. City of Galveston, Tex., destroyed by hurri&ce, Sept. 8; 000 lives lost. Twelfth Census of U. S. gives population 76,M210,. President Win. McKinley inaugurated far "ecnd term, March assassinated, Sept. 6; died, Sept. 14. Great anthrzacte eeeit-maizer alaihe began, May. Iroquois Theatre, ChsM bnm0d De. 30. 600 lives lost. Theodore Roosevelt elected PrcU4b Nov. 6. 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