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TT f le moid eg T! I dull J I VOL. II.-NUMBER 29. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1885. PRICE 2 CEKTS LOVERS OF DYNAMITE. PITTSBURG A PftOCREAf4T CRADLE An Alarming Picture of th Secret PlottingiofDnamitersand Social ist! in Our Own Country. rimniL'itf, Ftb. n aft .'t.o,n pap r t!fo pubhd.ed th? folio .viu' sUrtho' arth-ie, which no httla cocunoti-wi ri 1 x- citf merit an:un a!l el v of people throuh-0-t the city; Inform 't!i in ha.t h-.- n obtain, d Wttuii tiif pa.t ft?w day jfj"tn4 t j.iovf ihnt within IhiA city i.- ;i -mold -nr. ' volcan", rtaiy to b reals forth nt an iirmit nt: ilja -mibr are armed, e:pplie.l ';th x I -ive-uijii ready fur an o-jtbrr- t'; at tho tir-t uppor tuuity. For ecvt-ral iuo:ti.- one Ku--in:: and two Lnh-h i if - have ben at Wjrk in thi Ticmify, nd -avorui.; to Larn who w.n in ympathy h re with the Publish dynamiters. P.tUbnrj f it a Ion,; tune has been a Hoare of Ur'u revcuu j to dyi.aniittr-; men i-i mills, and luinr have been lib. -t i in t.'i. ;r ditiu tion for the cause, and atlei't tvo men, who ar famoti thti country over, and who ara Mrorth million of duller-, Lave, furnish d money in ronddt rahl.j .Humv This is a time of tu.afTr ctioa an J di-.contt-ut aii.on work inmen. unJ them are at this moment tk-vt-ral thousand men in this rountry who would nut stop nt mijthin when would cany out the id n of thtt rihU of poor men t th i .-f-i m of the rich. 'I h -? inu have gathered kindred ftpiritifroia Chieau, from tho ilocUin.; Val ley anJ tht Pennsylvania nnthrac.tt" :irnl tituuiinou coal tit lil-, who haw l n drift ing into thj city for a month or r:ro. Within thf ja-.t tlirt- wt-t-kn from on- thou an 1 to tiftttu hundred giuu and n. volver- hav bt'n ncoi til !y th.-M mon. 'I'ht-o arm havti h -cn nt into the h ind of only thoso who-o characti m are k:uvn unyf who can l rolinl ui-on. In ai..tion laro jitrttitus of dynamif have boon t't iin d; !ln of thin wn- brou'fit irtf ti otl;r point-., hoii4m made hero by men who arc not d.in th.s ort of wirk for the hr-t ti nt. Th:B dyuaaut is t.i d in pc:et m;i;'i. zine known only to t"t leader.-. Trio movt-mtnt i against Tnlll-owuor and Cfil'italit-. Several of tl e havu b en warned, or havo di.-cuvort-d th condition of a:f iir-t la i irt aa 1 hivj notified tho police. That there i- tin uneasy, r-HtIts- ftolin' amon thoin, i-o true that it can !- readily rr7fd. Tlu joIiei havo not boon i.!l., but hive no rfult a- yet, lu thi movemont are fhrrnan, Uu--ian. Italian, S a e li-dj, S'.vi r.n 1 French Socialists aad revolutionist-, and ltidi dyuamitor wl.o havr; jomod forces. A month ao local social. .sts wore at sorih point, with the an arrfit.sts; mw t!.'-y art- warm friend-, and tlu allie havu m-'t toft!ier in more than one ecret meeting. No later than S itunlay tl.e city had a narrow r-cupe from jut this kind of thin;;. Thoe in-n desired .i natural u'as c-xplcnion on l nr.? Ivani i avenue, causod by hot indignation iiuiom; wo'kuit-a More than one warning was t;ivon to tho olico on that day of danger of th" outbreak of a mob, and it wa- only by the mo-t -tronuous elTort.- that they were remind tied arid hold in Si t ntit-nt.s hav been ami are at ork hero and tlHwhi oe. Johann Mo-t, the noci'ilitt leader, wa- in the Hocking Valley a uliort time a'o and in council with revolu-tioni.st-. He went into the Mahoning Valley from there, where many thousands of men will x thrown out of work by the shutting iluwa of the iron work in a few day. He wx in Pittsburg, but made no public ;eche, bein nati-tif-d with a few qaift con fe renews. This -ound extravagant and read like a wild srii-ation, but it i true and i known to betru by pet ion who have inttret at ntake. Thf m ri coniplain that thy cannot fiu.1 work; that they are nfTer inj from hur-r, and on this pi, a claim they aro justified in d uni, anything. Th reason given for thi activity amon revolutionist T that the successful exphrsion in Iondon anil elewhere have emlolden'd t!ii clan of men. They o that they have been able to evad the famous police force f F.urope and think that the mongrel police force of thi- country can bo much more easily thrown off tho cenh They a!- saw that the police and fthenfT were of little avail in l-u7 and have not forjjjtten that circumstance. The Murphy Murder Case. N7r Ont KiNs, Feb. : The excitement over tho Murphy murder ca-e is rowin. Several men wore yeterdiy that on Nov. the day fixed for Ford' libel uit against Murphy, they heard Judn Ford say to Policvrmn Mnrphy, r hft the court rxmi: "Why di lu't j)U fix him?" "I hd no chanco," repliel the polic-min. "(b-t out, you ," aid Ford; "you are no trood." It tran-pir"s that a nero, KdwanN, one of tho jurymen, wis di-ihanad from "i'-'in? on a jury in another curt on ;c c;nt of an outr:ieo!n verdict. He and other woro relied upon to haiu' the jury. The evidenco a-iin-tt tho pri-oru-rs i ov r ivhetmiu, atel nj nmount of te-fimony la their behalf can hako the belief m their tpilt- The Dynamite Resolutions. Wj,.ti;NOT !. Feb. l i e Hou' (' . larnit e on Foreign AtTiir will cor dder the dynamite reolution- on Thurdiy in nm nHtion witfi Belmont' rrv!nti.n akin? th Secretiry of State what representation Frii'.and h-x mal' concerning t!i London etp'fHioti. Tho ub-cpunitt"f f Mr. Katin. Lam' ann Bi' ) hold tint to ad-pt resolution of th character of thw referred to thorn wotiltl b acknw!.a!fcin tint thi govrnm-nit wa a party to a conpirary Pxinst Fnl-xnd. ami her oitin parties to ttu crinv perpetrated bv the reru ex pluu in boti hm: that t! fact do not trarrint nch Acknowledgment, nnd that CoPr honhl n"t a-s!im a p"it;.m that xr ri!d reHct in any masar- upon American citiea. - Still Another. Lnp4. Feb. .'. A man wa arretrd in the White Chapel district of bm.l.ni to-nuht en upici.Mi of briti; fin m-omiplico of Cuti. ninaharn r tho recent djn.amito outran. bn)wn bix. wl-i--h di irt arrd fnmi (m ninham' lodm nbont. t? o tim- cf the latter' arrest, rtmd in th p..oei.,n of th nvui arrested to-nu-ht. ;n-d the peJici Kir it to e imderf.xMl t.Vat tf.y cor.i h r tho raptur T'rT bTrt.ant tl pnonT will ex.min-'d to-morrow. The Keweenaw Point Ship Cxnal. Waittjt. F-'b. :V-S.mator P.dm.'- of fered petitions i;i tlie Seriate f lay fmi ffl.-t.ern v.-leno-n privm f - t!. y a ofthAl-'U -vithori.'iHi: t!o k-ivernmint to r.rc'M lh onV' cr)- Ke narr -.U Li u prior. l"h fldr-cate of the trnur not ba moeh top cf it pi hi . Af4 ACCOMPLICE ARRESTED. He Sends a Cypher Message to Cun ningham and is Caught. ljsiAH, Fob. A su.'picurui person who had U-en loitering in the ntihlx)rhxxJ of Clerktiiwell pnui ever fine? ('unnin'luiin wa.-. cmued there, w;w rr t d to-day and biouiit before a police miM-rrate for ex amination. He t'rv ni- name a (loodyeax and drcribed himself a a laborer. He re fuel d, hoaever. Up iv any detail h to where he vtopittlor from whence he came, lhe drt.Ues -tat.d tt.lt they had Uell watching (ioHt-, 'i- for Hjme time atul that hi luovt-MW-m.- in and around the jail had h. .n can fut!j :.-ftd, but they refrained from t ;kinj hlffi into euspnly in the hope that Lr- tni-itt atfofd a clew tending to further show t)t;nin'ham' complicity in a owii-mrac) t wreck the public build Itu. i Loiulon. ( hie of the detective texti tid t.h it the risom r on one occasion stealth ily appro acted the Imix tf the Ciovemor .r the pri-i.n m which all communication. for the inmat.s are deposit d imd dropied S4rne pap rs itit it. The box wa ub--ipuently op nod and the paper examined. A lo:i' line of numeral wa found inscribed theieon, aud these, in th4? belief of the police, wa re the character of a nph. r mes.-ae to ('iinninu'ham, to whom the papers were ad-lro- -d, i roni hi-frunds nrid oo-coii.spira-tor. (ioixly ear protested hi iiiii-xfusc through out the testimony of tho police and repeat edly interrupted the proceeding by hi re mark. At the conclusion of the testimony of the dot cf ives and other official, Goodyear voluntarily informed the magistrate that he had betn only recently released from an in-Mii-' asylum, and that he wa in no way con-XK-cted with any dynamiters. The olieo de uounct d this statement a a base fabrication and asserted that instead of his having breu released from a lunatic asylum he had only recently been released from prison, where he had served a term for a penal offense. 1 he police urtred that the prisoner bo re maiuied, sayint; that thty had no dwubt that he was an accomplice of (,'uuninham. The magistrate after reviewing the t( stimony, stated that, while as yet there had been nothing shown which would directly connect the prisoner with Cunningham's crime, enough had been adduced to warrant his remanding him. The prisoner was accordingly remanded for a further hearing. ... - 0 Found in Destitute Circumstances. Milwauki-k, Feb. iJ. Bri.-Gen. II. N. Strain; was found yesterday living in desti tute circumstances, and was taken in charge by tho a'eut of a charitable institution. With President Arthur he studied at Union College, graduate! in 1STJ, went through the war and was in ado brigadier-general at the battle of Gainesville. He is a strong sup porter of Fit. John Porter. Ho graduated a A. M., served a- rector of several Episco palian congregations, and came to Milwaukee in 10. after hivim; marrietl a beautiful southern lady thirty year his junior. He is now .V year of ae. Some measures will be taken for hi relief. Knocked Down and Robbed. Adman, Mich., Feb. 13. George Dyer, as sistant telegraph operator in thi city, was found at o'clock last evening by a mes-en-pr boy lyin on the office lloor helpless. He wa talking deliriously an,d paid that he had been knocked down by a concealed per son and an attempt made to rob him. His forehead and face were badly bruised, and hi pocket. were turned inside out. In one hand he was clinching a small sum of money and doclarnin' "they didn't get my money." Dyer was conveyed home and is better to day. He still insists that some person slued him. Will Ask tor an Additional Appropria tion. New Orleans, Feb. The State Com missioners to the Exposition met yesterday, and after discussing a statement submitted by Director Burke, showing the manage ment to ho ."ii)i).Om in debt, with no hope of further local aid, they decided to send a delegation to Washington to ask Congress for nn additional appropriation of ..VX).000, to saveth- expo-ition from financial failure. Gate receipt from the opening ( forty-one day) have been .fd,(X). The receipts have been double tho average during the recent pleasant days. A Stir Among Insurance Companies. MoNrurxi,, Fb. It i thonght here among business mon nnd others that the Government should compel foreign insur ance companies to put their assets in Cana dian socuries. The Foiled Slate companies have liabilities in Canada amounting to over V7.(M),(KM), while their aot are but .$1.7(V, t."d, and of those assets onl) .sU) are in Canadian securities, the balance being motly in United States government bonds. The Mibjeet, winch ha been alluded to in the Governor General' speech, i making much stir among tie- foreign insurance com-p.inie- here. - - - - - - Miss Mackay's . Modesty. Par.is, Feb. The we dding of Mis Eva Mackay to Prince Colonna will be very ex clusive. Th chap- I in which it i to take place will aocommodato very few ?i ectato g IhePrinc waive hi right to a dowry for tho bride. He ree ive a handsome ottle. rmnt from two unci". Mr. Mnckay re fuse to Hicw hnr daught r's picture to be taken for th illustrated paper. She ex prpPH relucbiri'-to allow tho curiosity of the world to intrude on the family's affair. Paidy Ryan Vants to Fight. Nrw York, Feb. ;V Tamos Pattorson, the lackerof Pahly Hyan, gave out the follow ing for publication to day: Paddy Hyan has authorized m to ta?e that he is ready to rivet S'lllirnn. the champion, on any term proposed by Kichard K. Fox, and nrproved by Snlliran. f5an will meet Sullivan any where, at anytime, nnd for all the money hi friend want to put up. It now lay with Fat Shee-dy to nati: tho tim and place to make the match. - - Threatrnirg Language. Inton, Feb, ;.. The $',-tr,J ir i ftdtir Parnell to take th hoofing of Hosa well to heart. Stranger thing havo hxprvmrd than t!-at a lenlor should share the fate of hi iNrdimte. Minnie Makes an Assignment. Sr. John, Mich.. F.b. .V-Frank O. Min r;ev a bo it anil hv dealer, ma,!o an vign mr.t to CMr!e M. Merrill lat night, TV condition of h; aJfair ia jet nnknown, - - - Attacked by Araljs. Cv:ho, Feb. ;V V ovit;ng party from th nrr:on of Suikim were att-arkI by Ur forcoof Arab tod.iy, ad ight BritSrf wr kiiUd. THE DYNAMITERS' KING. HE WANTS HIS WOUNDS AVENGED Rossa Thinks Himself the Object of an English Conspiracy -Ha Condemns Minister West. Nkw Yofcjc , Feb. 'A. The condition of Kosa i now favorable to his speedy rt-covery, al tiiough the ball, which entered hi body lt low the left shoulder blade, ha not yet been found. Thi afternoon, through Mr. Bo.sa, he furui-hed the pre a statement in which he ajp: I wish it to be remem bered that England has inaugurated a work of individual assassination. I want it to In remembered that emissaries of the English Government are now at work assassinating American citizen on American soil, and I charge that the Briti-h Minister to Washing ton is guilty of a conspiracy to assassinate, aud, if his official po dtion, or toadyism of Anglo-maniacs will rave him from arrest, I iupe the American paple in their public, , opinion will hold him .;uilty ' of crime. A conspiracy in my case is clear and palpable. Tho tele graphich di patch of Pierrepont Edwards, the Britih Consul at this port, to Lawyer Bott ann Mr. Butts, concerning the appear ance for tho woman in court this morning, are most conclusive proofs for connection with nnd the source of tho conspiracy. The House representatives', which have power to take initiative stepson all matters of inter national iolicy, should at once demand the instant return of West to England, as well as inako certain demands on Eng land for reparation. Although thdre are many Englishmen in this countrj-, not a single one has been touched. There is a stringent rule in our organization that no person or thing shall bo interfered with in America or upon- American waters. This rule has been obeyed to the letter, but now, that England has transferred assassinationg from London and inaugurated them here, I'll wait to see the howl of indignation that will be made in this country, a ha been in England, over cases with which Americans had nothing whatever to do. It is unnecessary for me to say anything about the Irish sentiment. They fee the situation and no doubt aro equal to any emergency that may arise, brought about by this war of assassination which England has put in force in this cauntry." When Rossa was shot he had upon his per son a package of letters and postal card, which he handed to Patrick Joyce after reaching the hospital. These were shown to reporters to-day, who were allowed to copy them. They are of a most threatening character, and all declare that Bossa must die. Some were surmounted by a skull and cross-bones; some had coffins and other devices. Many of the letters were written with red ink. When Mrs. Dudley was taken from the Oak Street Police Sta tion to tho Tombs Court to-day. She was followed by a large crowd of men, women and children, which was augmented as the party proceeded. Men and women pointed at her and said: "There goes the English spy. Let n give her a dose of American mud." One woman made a rush at Mrs. Dudley, ami cried ont: "I'll tear you like a lark, you English informer and assassin. ' The policemen ecorting the prisoner dre their clubs and Detective Jackson, accotn imnying thorn, drew a revolver, with which he kept the excited throng at a civil distance, and the party was not further interrupted. Mrs. Dudley did not peem at all disturbed and walked firmly, defiantly facing the crowd. To a reporter she said: "I have really nothing to add to what I have already stated. Any person who has a mission to fill and mine was a holy one has nothing to fear." It was ascertained to-day that Mm. Dudley received three telegrams from Mon treal last night and this morning telling her to stand firm, as thero were hosts of friend 4, who would come to her assistance. Horrigan Gives Himself Up. Detuoit, Feb. ?. About 1 o'clock thi5 morning a Dearborn farmer named Danied Sullivan brought Michael Horrigan, the murderer of Jainc Culhane, to thu Trumble avenue police station. Hor- rignn had ptopptd nt the farmer' hous in the morning aud confessed to hurling a man in a fight in Detroit. He did not know how badly the man was hurt, ami w hen he learned lab-r in the day that Cul hane wa dead, he sk,d Sullivan to drive him back to Detroit, a he wanted to give himself up. At tho station Horrigan gave hi age a L'l years; birthplac New York; moulder by trade; h m at H Huron street. .- - Forger and Embezzler Caught. Baltimokk, Feb. . llobert Yarwood, n Canadian clerk, was arrested here last even ing on information Ulegrnphed from Mon treal. Yarwood i charged with forgery and tho embezzlement of slOXK) troin tho Mer chants' Bank of Canada. The authorities of Montreal have been tracking the accused for some time and yesterday got word that he wa here. Detective Gait started for Mon treal nt h late hour last night with hi pris oner. - The Princess Princely Present. MoNTrtKAi,, Feb. X Princess Louic, through tho Governor -Genrral, ha donate! to the Province of Quelle a valuable collec tion of painting', inclnding a portrait of tho ('neon, by Landeer, and the marriage of the Queen and Prince Consort. Tho picture, ten in nnmbor, will bo placed in the nnw pat linment building in uelec. -. -- - -- Notarial Bonds. The following notarie pnblic filed lond y.terday with tho Connty Clerk: Engine Kowlon, Charles H. Buelow, Edward Ta,j- gart, lieonard A. Ward. Niehola H. Hill, and John A. Spoonrr. - - N s,n. Adam SohaHf on K:Iy' !Vau 1. Ho i a rar 1 1 G"Tnin it h a -lucent. H g'1" th f. llrtni tiMto y of th early tth-T ' KMv' 11 ml: In th firjtt phsce.th I',- l 1 w.is lit rvly s,v erM with nak's and rpM . nab no human NMrt. n "t frivi n V( rt 1 i ii, had th- re:irJ; to , r.--.r n tb anl titl to th-- island. I ;ria n V ycy s-.trux. many year a f'' v"- oil MHio Vsain' P-mh. I'h ;'t oti.I r.nr.a of Uva h- AU hund r 1 lu ta" h" '"ari" h.vt, nn I. thv f.su-i'l tit' I-1 "1 to f a! nja, they n. ! diet ef ,aik.s. la th - . '.f ttms vy t;.-sssNbv.J in d-'vojiring l's h lr- er th i.;r i. Thn t h K by family p-tt In nparaa, sn! V-srara ibr-mn; th hv., f't thi--h wa ar'--rplih'-i ealy nd qnicklv. N-ithm hwi ince r.irsii ia xtnnlnixtiag tb Kij OUT OF TOWN TALK. Itemi Gattiered by Telegram" Corres pondents in Western Michigan. iioi Kioiai. Corrivd-rio. f '111: Ti.Mii;M. HocKMUD, Feb. .'kOMf eJliCiont village , marshal and night-wMto.hj va- tr bail!) j KCalJ--' )tUrday. He wa. a?rj mg a boh r I of hot wat-r out of dtrjr' wh-n he slipj od 1 and fill. ioariug it over bun-tit. The x- j hibitmu adverti-td to be gixtiiat tlte rink j la-it Saturday evening did not collie otT, ; j tho gentlemen, Branch and Curti, failed t keep their eugagem nt. Atutke) hunt w:ts given to amu-n ihe audience that had guth- j ered. The band elected the following ; officer last Friday evening for the enduing year: Leader, G. T. Chupol; Drum Major, W. B. Ileyuold: Secretary, T. V. Hovey; Treasurer, J. M. Spore. There i some propped of a Ciraud Rapid gentleman Vuj -mg an interest in the loun li) here, and if lie does they will enter into an extensive manufacturing bu-inoi-. It is n ported thi morning that Kobt. Souiies has traded his farm for the City Hotel in this village. In gi unantities of potatoes are being brouttt in and sld in this market at pr. .-ont, there being several bujtr from out-ide here. Dave Austin, a many-years' r. -ident of this town, ditd last week, and wn - buried Sunday with all honors by Weber Po-t. (. I A. IL, of which he was a member. Kev. P. J. Bntt'-r, recently from Mane -Ion a, has been nettled as pastor of the First Congrega tional church of this town. Koxy. The State Convention. SikhuhI Dispatch toTur. Tklf.rvm. Lansi.no, Mich., Feb. ?. At the Kssion of the Kepublican State Central Committee, held here to day, it was decided to hold the next Republican State Convention in this city March 11. - - For the Extradition of Dynamiters. London, Feb. '.I. Farther inquiry into the pources of the rumors of Russia having opened negotiations for treaties with Eng land and America for the mutual extradition of dynamiters, confirms the report, as far as concerns parleying with England, but it is not believed that representations on the sub ject have been made to the American govern ment. . - , TRADt AND FINANCE. OrriCEOK F. V. Tuum. Sweet's IlnM. ) (Jhand Kapii.s, Fob. u. l. Foreign wheat and corn markets refleet the dullness in Chicago and New York, and wore to day qnoted doll and steady. Chicago rweipts for two days posted to-day were 11-8 care wheat, r."i0 ears corn, 237 care outs, 2VO0 hos. Tho visible supply fihows an increase of 2J.MK) biiKhels of wheat, kaOlOj bushel) of corn, as compared with one week ar. Exports yesterday from New York und Philadelphia in wheat and tlour wen about twpual to V1(M) bushel of wheat. ("VienKo market were dull, but generally ch.e, lusher than yterd.ay although the ehanes ure Hiall and unimportant. Wheat ()en. Hisrh. ! -. ( losfd. F hnmry .... 7(5 7 7 1 8 ' 1 i 77 March 77 A 77 s 77 774 May 827, M' K2!- M', Crn Febuniry.... JV'S iV W S'V- My - .4i -,ai -'J'i Z'Ji O.ats May 3f)Si SO'i RO!. So1 Pork May $12 M $12 70 $12 r0 $12 T,7", Ivinl May $ 7 K $ 7 15 $ 7 10 $ 7 12' i New York. Nkw Youk. Feb. 3. Money ched easy at 1 p'r cent. Exchange closel hrni; pwttl rate, 4.84,4.7; actual rates. 4.83ltftl.S3' for 6t dny. ur.l l.s.-f,47 for demand. Governments closed firm; eurrncy ft's 125 bid;4'couiMU8 121 7. bid; 4Vido H2',i hid. Pacific railnwid lxmls cIommI billows: Union firsts. 1111 to 112, do land grants, ka?,; do finkiatf funda, 117 bid; Ceutmls. UG'g to 110'i. Nfw York. Fob. 1. FiHTii Dull and in the buyers favor: snierfino ffate. V2 UtyJZ t.-nnd hMp Ohio. $3 (.,: :;0: eity millextni, $1 7im t 7.'; Minnesota extrn, $3m ffi't KTi; Southern Hour dull; common to rhoiee exti-a. 'A i 5 75. WllRAT -Option irnvulnr, clo-her stilly at slight . iidvanee on hust nit;' t'f runne. Spf ot firm nnd n t ritie hi!er. Sj t i-m b-" -f No 2 tm! in levator, Ul tc: nninul'Hl ts .o; .'. unrndil !iite at 'Xe, and No. 2 rd f-f i '.'.'; N.i. ml wintr, Februurv. ssl4 s'.n-: i! Mareli. "VaW; do April, Id f ?M2. CoaN Options were only moelfn.teJ) aetive. while price were irrofruhir. Tie1 c.o. n firm, however, at iilnint ytenias pricos. Sm Jo'. firm nnd lichtly tocher: fp.t .ile of iiiirdil mixel, s4'.e; No. 3, 414iite,e; nir tuixfxl. 4'XfiO; Ulentdid elloV. r.U'te; No. 2 mixe.1. bl.nmrj. 4'c; do Marcti. I'a'fi. do May. 4si,r OATS Optima mod.-mtely in ti., rhintritfndy nt nnchancwl rit.mnt. Spot lots e!o- wenk nt t'liciit dclin in wini' oil" Spot HJl-jtf No. 'J wliitM tnt 3Sc; nnx'sl ilo, :vi'e; No. J nnx'l. February, "'ie hid; do Mhti li, C", ti te. Btk Dnll; wMern. t'.T'u 7 e; st;,r... 7o7io. IUri kt Nomimd. PoBK Dull: m(v. I3 JVi j:? :.(). liXHO Firm: T Jt7 J' v.li; $7 "Jo Felirn-iry. StroAM - Doll; btir to iro.nl t 1 jiiac. 4 VV.fi i 1-1. UrTTr.R-Fina; -tufe. 1P'J0e: V-stirn 15i35c. liKm -Pull: etate, 2T; w ftern. "Jk1, Grand Rapids. WKOI.MUX MVRKri. Tr.ixoRM On irr, Fe).. riRt?f-( rn. 4'V. 0-,t(. y-Ct?.c. rtnil Whwt: ( latiMii. 7V r long brry. fh.-rt irTry. O. K". M b. rr.'.V. FtofR enlrn-Vlry. t 7 h . I, r'toi!; i-teTit. 5 7 ) wtn-ir-nlo, K r'Hii. mi 1 tllirur. i-r tn, $! hth"ah il n -t rt. Bnvn. jx-r ton. U whoh-.nl'-; rrvk'. Mrl and f-t, -r ton. ii h. 1.,1, . $ :t rtrt. Provision !Wf. j-r .id. , v $l 0 9 err'. I ifi rati $" f " mr -'or: U I r-'sn ...-. $1 ',:fol:, in. p,,rk: JVr M.l ni. $14 O); t,am. lie. ....?,!. U h ; :r.ki iwnf, IV; Iww-on. IJSf. Lt-r-1 Tierfs.. ,r; kef. 11a. l.ks. IttTTTR OP T nnr-lt;TT: T"h v-l r. t-, erorxrrry.tti:. JV. ( n.-s... i ,r. Pori.TRT -F"-! Irewl. l ' . Tnrs r. U'il. l. k. .'rs .j ;,-7 i:, . o -lrK-. If-. Ve; b-V- . Jr. Vrr-FTVPl - J'oOi'.- -'.t ;,- pr.T tn. yellow, 4" '.; p , r k ir;. "'.,-. f-T h. S-V. ( A?.h r, j r . ? ''-!. M e. ;ii -;nh. r hnr.tfL 71 (t Tnn.;. t-r l-i. iV. Vry. iT h 7. '..' .jv-. O-HnVrrri". ."i l-T t1. Frh"h Fttt A 1 1 !Torr wv ;; ,iTk. - 7- rt. sr. St,r S.-r''-Te, 1ri. il 2: S.r it p. HrFT -Ti-r.' J V, . r.,vt-r ja u FU1 r-n.. vl 1 1 1 r s 4i -n. I-- ;, i't r-,"st. "-'T S-TFr T!.ts - s-..jj r-!, I t 3s; fsi) p- . r - ' W.- i. Vr er 7":- . c.-- - H T i .' 1 r- ..-;.-, STTv--Fr t.Tb i?4. W.ir-.Tv-IU-b sUtr.c 2 2 frr.-I f rhr -wfwl. rrsA, tT.oT) fr t.rj. "I 1 THE HEROINE'S HISTORY I CONVICT, NURSE, MURDERESS. Bits of Biography Related by Those Who Have Had Her in Charge She is Sane and Determined. Ijni)., Feb. .'i Dr. Williams, Superin tendent of theHaiw?ird Heath In-ane A -lum, Susex, states thht tiie woman who gives htr name to tlie New York jolice a Mrs. Dudley, was oommittedto the a-vlum as a criminal patient in S-pt. Khe had attempted to commit cuicide whilti trnveling by rail from London to Brighton. Her friend wers allowed to takt- herawnyla-t August. Her record hows that she had tried to kill herself once before, and Vml Uen shut up in Millbank 'ri-on for it. Afur being released from that imprisonment, slie became a nure in the Queen Charlotte Nursing Institute. She claimed to he of n go-nl family. It i telieveI from the result of vaiious inquiries that idie is an illegiti- mj4t child of noble parentage, and that her own children, both of whom ate dead, were illegitimate. She received a good education ill France, and developed a talent for acting, but never ac!cally;ftppeared on the public si.tge. During the airst few month of her t detention at H;.ward Heath Asylum si t t" r... .ii.l.t li ..M.,.,i l.l lM.i.tu uti1 1,1. fits in which she was dingerou to othes. Wl en discharged she appeared to bo entirely free from delus ions. Her ca-e was diagnosed as one of congenital moral insanity. Her like and dislike" were always eitieme; nht either hattd or loved: her Khtical opinion s-em d to be limited to a general hatred of Irishmen. Whenev r she was brought in contact with an Iri-h ofiicial she quarreled with him. The ward re of Mil bank Prison remomlM-is Mrs. Dudley a an eccentric jkt soii, who fearwl nothing ::nd d heil the rule of the iiisii: ntion regaid-h-s if punishment. She wa liberat ed on the ground of irresponsibility for htr crime. he being pronounorsl inano. Thi was in May, IKs-'k Two weeks ago the prison chaplain roc ived a letter from Mr-. Dudley, -thanking him for the kindliest, l e had hhown her whilo in prison and adding that she was prospering in New York. Plumbers and Gasfitters' Ball. The plumbers' .and gasfitters' ball at Arbeiter Hall last evening wa very largely ri 1 1 nded and we financially a pronounced success. It wa an interesting scene to see the differeut tyo.s of civilization whirling about the floor. There wore some gentlemen preerit, as well ns some tough, very tough ones, too. Among ome of the distinguished spectators present were notice, Whitfield who ha figured in the jus tice courts ou the charge of lurceny, was accompanied by a hard hiking citizen just released from the Ionia prison. Tom Kiunard, the bragging pugilist, also con ducted himself in every conceivable way that would attract atteution. The affair was interesting to any one who enjoys studying human nature, which under the influence of numerous beers, wa thoroughly in its ele ment. - - - Getting Shaky. The building occupied as police head- ; quarters, is making some of it occupant nervous. Cold chills run down their back j at the sight of every new crack that appears in the walls and such indication of a "set ling" building are very apparent on evc-iy floor. The janitor has frequent occasion to plane off a door or window sash, to make them lit the changing levels of tloot and ledges. The room occupied by the Hoard of Police and Fire Commissioners, give strong indications of weakened outer wall. Not Settled Yet. The effort made yesterday in the Police Court to dispose of the Dohert) -Boyland eas finally, was not successful. A motion to quash th" couuts peifying the charge of re sisting nn officer, was over-ruled by thf court. The defence then waived examina tion, and the cae wa set down for trial at the next term of the Superior Court, Tho F.oyhnd brother' claimed that Dohi rty was excelling hi authority as an oflicer, and, then-lore, the count of "resisting an oflic'r" should be quashed. A Drunk and Disorderly. A disturbance in a room in the AUk-c block, wa teportod to the olioe lt night about midnight. Patrolmen Cogw ll and Connob ley wont to investigate the cause and arrested a man whose name i snppo-ed to be Uurke. Ilnrke became obstreperous wilh theofy.c r-. and in tlu fracas some looker on ttingui-h- ed the light. A lantern Hndanothfr officer ; was pr(xured nt h'ad'uart-r. nnd after a ; lively tuIe Rnrkewa run in. and registered i h dmnk and ilisorderly. KAII i: I NfTl. j H. Mrllngh, (if iu ral Frnght nnd Pa-on- 1 ger Vk'ftitof th Mirh'ir'ui , t hto. i in ti e city. j John Main. it.nt g- nrsl frf i-ht agf-r.t i of the Michtgm lines of the (irfrd TlTink. j wa in the nty yesterday. J. K. Wmd. w)o his r-eritlj bern p-unt'-l Trvflmc Pft-rc,r gerit of Chicago .1 W -t MicliigiTi H'led. t ir r!3 prep",ring tf f ntf r n;ii hi dnti'-s. r.U i. .Id ft 5TTji!ir r'ts;!hoi ith the J) tii th . I. A N. ro id. 1 at f rn per gf r ruto t n.-.; i p ? r-- -, j jo. Th I.ke Shore. . rt U fcj r-. ("irr-:-go snd C-ard Tmnk, ?i;d Michigan ('r'- r.f-d rr- -1i!l quMitsg il: from (l:rsrt to .-ur York on nt '- s,: 1'oin wmir . C. Kirn!1!, of th; r.ti, bns ft-. t c h- jppoi:.ttri'T;t ff (;-: r 'd SlS!-k- r of t. ( T i.J hXi: rr H S .rth rn TP. jroa-i. ' r is ti - i"l!e;,l..l tOth V, 7 I. I J ' ! V '. r ,r, f,.! n. :-? Mr Kur.rs'l l;-t t- r --d:r:it ' t cf,;rg teirm hi not f,f Id Of iS'T. The .I'i-svd:.-. r-m !'i?r.j O.K-fg'i. .rd tv-e ChCg' A V t M fhsg f; TTi t k1-- h'-iv- K't'y f!'r-.Tii"d f i'jt t I : t- : rr c n " f thr pr nu-r Ut s jr. J;. hn:.a. i pb u--.. rr tr ; Frb r. t "p.;t rf - . r. p r Tr ritr i,l 1 Ijr.rr' 1 tnr, 1 j' iTiv' th Ti;t'r ft r "- 1 'Tj t ' ' r v - ir' i-a trrb rlTted :r;t i ft i-tfyi mr-U- Th pArty wjii b po bv - mnX, ?Tirftl Ar.t r.f th L. N. A. A C. rt IndjftnAprilift .rd ft irr- i f rjrtd. lfchiffnn CV' lH$jrtfrk. HAND-WRITING ON THE WALL j ; or a i:cu:s i;t i a riLu:t. Tfumtd ml ami 7ommihJ of ihtllttr lltimj ,Sni o Citizt n 19'fitt i'titntuiz Sjirimj A ('i;i ;! .1 fjutut r f Million IhtUur in Mart luuulizr St Mug tit tiie Mot A&tni!tinyltj Iahv Sni tl:n urn vr iwlrer'.isi to sr. to the .pic n! this -M-vtiwO of tie S;..Je h wIl u lo erjlK-1y tto inii t u.iike t!i-ir i.jvKt our tor' iKMi thusrtUiti. .f il,i:h.r, kli i ve call ou the tt.oiirsju js u;e.i V4i our -tft to tiy li we ure iioi rj nfi jii iur.h our pniiu- I'Pi.tl I.Vr l.i m-teu l Jii.pJ ia.iy VlKitoiii ..l. uhi e-L ?:-( lo J..e tuvciUiXi tiutt i ver it: tl,. ir t i j .r; f e i.he ll,'j klx'U I)r nu. i,si, i nrj r 1 at m,:; to.-uLt..li! W urn often list's hIi; t i Klr- in tti VU- til.'le. 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How b m that on:jd; i-s t.f; in-:,ti vitL, I H half 1 Ut Clk Js L! .. A i i'Xl JIM Iilanket I tst joif for . m pri- ox-ly SUii. bl )r k..ir., ri'v f.r $1.7) 4.m " :;.( 5.i't " ' L'.i " .i " 4.j:. Km ;,.-jf, An iiurn-iiM- im-x t, . h t fiirn. m-iu.no A '')V.rA. FpWf;ni 2".(i jnrds ,m1 brown 'otton t. l"i-t priee evi-r known, ff ni .' ni j r jttrd .ud lipvinl; 2 eM- bhtiu'h'd ( otion, the i-e prtee we iw-f Kt.-W. hl'lil A I'oMiaM. Phiiic I'liis-. om i 'io;ik vL!j ti. h.L;.ii.el until .ill ure lo -1 ttt. Ti.o.is-.j.ih h.ie t. (Mii by IiS this M-ion. i hol4-;:lj.l- if h-.l '-. t.ne l-i; mads h.ippj t the low pries. (e.! in A if it: A 1 o.o.4k for only $'..!. ' .':. -.t WK SI l.'.oihiid Ki.n,, 1 ;r.- ail falij wvrih untu U.v rriorij. Si LiMi A ( .Mi eT. We hnr ojwri'd r'si ,jtj h f w e, .-(- of I)retn (io")s that nirjn-4, iih even ht n..i is n p'ie. Ioul.h fold ( 'nshuien-., tr, hl e i'-nk, onl ITk-. Sph inb J Jth.in-tef. nil . i , .r . vi-7 tine, for only Tn i;"b cmi in- fttjnd elwwheiv at klllit Uli) t-tt'ie f,.r (i..'ihl- the pilau we hf-k. li:t.N. A t fMIAM. SlK-ei'd Prit-- mms1 I'w ill Ti.eJi:lt; for oLly 20 rtirds :rNi Vnrd Wi.h-1 '.iton ('Joth for fuj On- th:b,r. pi wnt. ft (Vet on Fh.nti' l f.r Or.j l.'lfir. 4 m al ( Jiiieo for s.! J I i.'io . -uts juiii. 1ft j;.riL n.i'.i;.;2 if-.i, I.'r-i-f ij. f.r liliar. (mhuI White FJ.-.nrol fr nlj r.irie o r.ts. Ii.mifi;! If roe; ir IrM 'xJ, nil e.Jor. fr only . rmd l-,l,e. Vi-c.i)ii'.! Uvir. to rr.ini-Tnt'' rdl tho hrtirb U'itiC - "Id Ht tii' 1 ..Me) e- ' peiii-fc. Si i.iM, A ( VKrAM'. If nt.ibo.) t. j ri'-T p!,- to t .!ir :;.!. !. mejil ft 1 ; ti j 'i;rM'IA. .Si KIN A 0MI OI, ( m - et p f iti ' I hO 1 i n s 1 old hi U'.ht yoQ w oiil,) in 11.: o p-.j i j.rev fr I'u rj lfiin p in hhs ;t .i;r -tr,r . Uoi. ! r if th-j mj Ma m f . 1 1 iH'in Sl UIN., A CoMOASV. BEFORE INVOICING February 1st, 1&85, And every day for tJio bal.-inoe of thin month we vill offer the- BIGGEST BARGAINS AT THC Great Wardrobe is ai 1 ova 1 tKrs or Men's. Youths'. Soys' sr.d Ctiildttfj CLOTHING For the PurposC of Koducinj; Stock-, REMEMBER! Thf H'liar,- f i ' "WINTER OVERCOATS" Most o f(t Sorr !'f;r-t. for Y'"" Til's-' pu r t h t E. S, PIERCE'S UNDER TOWER CLOCK. visitors to tht: Kxro.siTiorc At S" C v f ! t I tif cl Trunks. Traveling Bags ar.d Traveling Outfits The Great Wardrobe.