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rr 0 TD 0 11 l i i Ui 1 ( 1 VOL. II.--NUMBER 34. oraing THE BLIZZARD. Ti Heaviest Storm for Y is Pi t v Min?. Now v !t-.-ii f ,r it 8 V!.'!! i tc i.i:.t. n i:i the -tr-t ! ! tv.ii wth fw:r I. ta- -iio.v i, n ..ir;y t wrdi n (Jf j- fvi- i rru,rt t!.;.t i-:.' wi Mini. .... , vj;--t bhurd anil i'-s hn IT-V.lilti since IV '.V Vi d.i.h S h.lVu b t il : i- j the d y rnd the ifiil I'fi.jrtH ditF.cuIt. r- s to ;t dr. T; id rLt i f t tli- -p i in a I t !, U'-.n-iit. I he si-n-d DYNAMITE IN OHIO. MORE DEVILMENT IN THE WIND. GRAND RAPIDS, MIOH., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARYlori 8ft5 if 1 R H o L A Special Police Train on the Hocking Valley Railroad to Prevent Des truction of Bridges. THE SCHUBERT CLUa a.LVMU H, O., Feb. 0. Tlid Hocking Yal-l-y railroad authorities were notified by :... 1 1 ..... : . .i . . . ... :i w .Y:i r.r tf: i ni-.-iiiiiy miner- mat an atu-mt.t uniM l i j."tfijif,cMiiin in li t- ! r;i;.'i . to mature and blow u with djnarnite 1 1 1 1 l it, t) l 1.V. ,V,:,f t b '' le r d thro 1 -!i . i? l',., v.. i,.-,rt!, ! lU'jht l.lst. The roul h;lS l-eii nmst.uitli w -t .11.1 M i.i. Frht trum o;i a!! j patrolled ince by a social train with an - - - ... .... i7ii i liiiiruuriii yarr Powers's Opera House Crowded With Lovers of Music. The Schubert Club,' a!1 things considered, the terrible weather and condition of the streets, probably received the most umpiali tit d compliment from the mu.-ic loving pub lic last ni'ht that ha.- been tendered thi-j st-a-ju to ajiy or'auiation on the public stae. The hou-e, to the .urprie of many, was crowded, and a mo-t delightful enter tainment enjoyed by all. The greater num ber of selections on the program were eo THE COMMON; COUNCIL. -I LAST NIGHT'S SHORT SESSION. THE DEAF AND DUMB. t.i in.rn.;U. ranging tif. v.lV . rI , , v, .,, . , I w"" eiecuonson me program were eo u indict., lh-tor,n w;;l;rV;lJ! "J-up NeNonville Friday t.Ji rendered as to call forth e'nthu.ia.tic encores, mni were invariably resjHmded to C I ' ) '. I.. : . i , t:..- Iri.-t. i . . i- u t-vo t.ni'.e I n of the opiuion that an attack on the bridges ' i '1V,i;,:i r i!": i ,H iu ietf aud wa only prevent- t -v ii i ' t r it , . ,'i ... - . : a i. i I J . rHKuru ui u. jie pays iiiri ' i i , i V1 ' ll'V " the I thlu ,n t,l repe.ttetl stories of intend i 1 ' ;' v,' . I m' d; y I eJ altacU rt,uI tructioa of pro,erty, be IV' ' " UnUl c:iu.Het,yre never carried out but the ex- A S25.0C0 BREACH OF PROMISE. Mrs. Pjnnyp-?ck.r Asks the Courts to HmI H .-r Vounded Heart. Sr. Lorn, r.-b. A brear!i of promit rttiit, m uhieh J.. i) iUtuu- i claimed, w.4- iilcd in the f 'iu-ui t'wurt this aft-rnoon. 'lhn ...rtif- to it atv Win. H. Sif: and Mrs. i M. IVntii;.. f!;er. -Mrs. IVntif pecker, in he.- j !i iun, s-at.-s that in Januaiy. 1S,-J, ('.-l ..el S.vift b. g-ia t y pay h.-.- vi-it ; with a fn-'pt.-ri.-v v!.h-:unci; ;;,.f a ti.ru- -ped by. ;!.! .. att.-.ition ; b. ram., v.-iy -marked." h,- - vi r,. i ;.-ri::i! f.- fuTf nm c :i'n- . i?:-d i.i- atr.-ntions !y a pr-iod of li' i '.i .pr,I Ii. S. Which ho blllll- ,M ' ' , r.;'b Iff pro; . ; . a t, marry u m n : .: i-i t , i vvt , .- to time, since :ki - v if ud !.m v.-on hi niirry h,-r soium tlUlt! .:. :t li.i' v -ar fvM. f i. I-. . tv- "1 ini'id. h Vi-r. it t it 1 vv;, d I :::. h--r 1 td v. v. i:h v. hi mi K -Iff jj pi auatioii lies in the fact th;it thf invariably discoverel in time to prevent them. There wa some wild shouting about -Nelonvil!e, Murray City, 'Lick Kun and Long-tret h early yesterday morning, but no ono win mjnrtu. .Much diversity of opinion h lately manifested among the miners of the uirj. neverai iactious nave sprung up. no iueas in regant to the best method to adopt to bring about a tinal end of the strike dinner so materially that but litthj prospect of a termination favorablo to the iniuers exists .. . . r. L'irt' t:i i.j -t ; li lt t. a.'. Pmd.in's Assailant ic!easetf. Nk(.v Y F.-b. t'.-Iiu-h.ud Short, who shihb.-d l'li, ! m, v. i i i d ;y .dmitt.-d to bail m ;V:H bo i i .r. in b mg Dermis Cor b it.a ! .; i r d. a! r in West Torty-Xinth st-f I. mi S!i t v,i- reh ;-.ied ho was es-oitrdi-'. .i!i!nnlt-i-(.f inemb' "s of l nian bn-fa t!,.'. I to h:s t- )'iner oiV.ce, where he r c i! d ijuito a:i ovation. Short teemed im.ch p'f.i-.d r.irh hi re!ea and in c-un-Vtrti..u with a report r said: -J want u to s.. t i !!: pat.Iic I did n jt turn p.ile wtan ',"r-:r'"1"'' ;ig--r took t!. reo!wr awav ii 1 ii : in r.:i S third. ty. I n.i xi t afraid A NEGRO HANGS A JURY. I hreats Made Against the Jury man s Life for Disagreeing. New OiiLtAxs, Feb. t. The jury in the Murphy murder case had not agreed up to bo clock to-night and were discharged. The jury stood eleven for acquittal and one for conviction negro Edwardsinstead of the reverse as heretofore reported. 'Edwards made a statement to the press to-night, say ing every means was used to make him change his vote. While he was confined some friends of Ford told his wife they would kill him unless he acquitted the prisoner. won-.' -,r t hy rctolters. I have faced knives .i.el n v if rs vf are." flu sa;d 3 -v r .!. v ihat ln 1 1 id n vired u tr -r fn.in '::; t-ifo-mmg him of his wife's death. J .'itarj . Tho Vcithe- to Elect a Senator. SiVif.Nor . :t.-i. I!I , F !.. i. MucSi afxietj i-t m;:mfe-te.l here b t some members of the I giM-iture, v ie went homo b spend Sun d ly. A 'K.lti be blwk id(d on the niilroad by lJi" gre-it -:.-i.v storm and fail t r-ach hero i tin:" f.i- balloting b.r United St.des Sen ator t. mo now. I he storm is the roughest of the "ea-on. and there i- seri.lns danger t! at some of the road may be blocked up for two or three d.r. s. Th. p. .mir.. Li 1 1 r i rig t : ; pi ic. to-mornr.v, and there en bo t.o p.dponem-nt on account of the wt at her. Very few legislator are in town. .V'd a f-. v ab ntee-j on eit!u.r ide will settle the p;.stio'i of Log in's sticoes-or. Cleveland Pleased With His Visit. A i. nANT, Feb. 1). Governor Cleveland, ac companied by Lnmont and Manning, arriv c l home cm the 7:1" train. A four-hour?e s'eigli, which had been prepared to take Cleveland to his residince, was standing in front of the depot, but Cleveland quietly en teren a hack. The sleigh, standing near, was at once driven home. Cleveland ex presses himself much pleased with his visit to Tilden, also with his meeting with promi nent Democratic politicians in Xtw York. I ho?igh somewhat tired he thoroughly en joyed his trip. with gratifying t fleet. The Club, as a whole. excelk-d its previous public efforts and indi cated continut d improvement. The tenor, Mr. Chas. A. Knorr, of Chicago, receied marked expression of delight fiom the au dience, and Mr. Chas. Heydler, violincello, of Cleveland, showed almost a perfect mas tery over his instrument, receiving also great approbation. The following was the program: ' l'AHT I. 9 I Ma) ( aim Sa ( ((b) Happy Vy.if ) ' belmbert Club. 2. ?' irV.,,la''"- 11 Ooltermann. ( i) laren telle , ( (a) 8erene.de .'...Schubert. 3. j lb) SoldifrV Joy.. .(By request) . ..Neumann. ( (e Laid-ba,'atni,' (Jrie;. With iJaiit one Solo, by JL. W, llojt. . c . . bchubert Club. 4. fcancbi Mariw FHiirH. t J rand Duo d Concert, for two pianos.. Pixis. Mayor Belkr.ap Visits, ?s Trustee, the Flint Asr!jm. j Mayor Ltlknup. w!io.. trctntlj p.pjhjit. ed by Governor Alger one d t, tl r.n tsu tfesof the Flint auni tor the deit I dumb, tnttd i his t-rt vir.:t to tl. it institution ; on Thursday la-t. Nothau.tg solicited1 the f ofliCkMiOr havinj any imimition rf his n.. I tendi-d Jtfr;fl m.-n t nrtil 1 .... .. la-t evening. Mayor HtlknKp presiding. matioo, he was do-ibtful of it -iit-bl, rv Aids. I'ierr IWf.,.. t n . i ! . . . . . - " " ' . : " nuxA Alur)i were; to Ms taMes and incliivitioi. After th- absent. 1 he jetition of Frank U. Vi to hcrt visit, however, he i, couvind how.) erect a building on lot V, South Ionia street ! find his dntie-iutt ietm and . v.. PRICE 2 CENTS ITTlli m,a,lmLJ HAND-VRIT!fG OH THE WALL The City's Exchecquer Looked Into The Snow blockade to be Raised A New Ordinance Coming. The Common Council held a short .eion ru.i.i:i. JHHti .1 (Junt t, t- a Minify n M r t,x latin jilting Most -ffo. iAtc Dollar at tU was referred to the Committee on Buildings. as was mat of Mrs. A. K. Henderson for mall building at the west end of Urid -e louna nearly live hutidred of tht -e unfor- tunates to be cared for, of variou- m.v-, ..a ... ..... ijiim ji wiiuiij tire mule.-, na iAi iii '"'V1 ' n ',! ' we , t. i: . Ilnlenstein . Popper. . Srvais. ...Hnck. The Noted Bank Robber. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. !). Joseph How ard, alias Kilrain, the notorious bank burg lar, was brought before Magi? trot e Smith to-day. He gave his name as Howard, resi dence 2t Irving Place, Xew York City, and business as that of a speculator. Capt. R. J. Linden. Superintendent of the Pinkertou Detective Agency, testified that" Howard was wanted at Coldwater, Mich., to answer to the charge of robbing the bank of that place of $10 ,uuo in bonds. He was committed to await a requisition from the Governor of Michigan. Woman Lost in the Snow. b'recinl Dispatch to The Telkobam. Montague, Feb. D. The most terrible snow 9torm ever known here is now raging. Mr. it. A. VYVMenf-in' Mr i v iva,.""ii 0. Mv Nativ l-'irul ' ' Mn,.,..i', Whh Teimr Solo, by M r. II. A. s'tuart. StihldM'i t Club. pai:t ii. Souvenir d St. Petersburg. Op. .M P I 'ilJl rJlVi lluivltl.r o 5 n) lluhin Adair ) . ID) Annie Lmrw f '"i'-- K,.hnlu.r ft,, V. 3. luvitationto Ihedanco. Piano. Webfr-Tausing . TUIO Do-a-n in ti.A IV. II Messrs. J D. Krom.r, W. Ii. Lomis, A. Kmaier. j 1 1 1 -iine Jensen UbJ Foreern.l Fo rover Cwen lupLlf Meister W ith Baritone Xvlo, by J. A. Morrisen. SehufM-rt Club. The Vest Side Rink. The Great Western Rink Combination give its third exhibition nt the West Side Rink last evening. Tlie company consists of A. F. Smith, the rvrell-known chamnion skater; AVarrea Wood, the champion bicycle rider; Miss Minnie Douglass, the seven-year-old trick and fancy skater, and Master I rank Grraghty, stilt skater. Mr. Smith performs ov r two hundred different move ments upon rollers and with great ease and skill. His feats are many ot them marvel ous and all call forth great -applause from his audiences. Mr. Wood is at home com . pletely with the bicycle. A large share of hi3 tricks are performed upon the larger wheel alono and his feats of mounting and balancing show a great amount of practice and nerve. Miss Douglass gives a series of impersonations that are unique and amusing and she is a perfect little queen upon the skates. Mr. Geraghty performs the difficult feat of skating upon stilts 31 inches high. They give another exhibition at the same rink this evening. street bridge. Aid. More, Creque and j Many are the victim- of ,carh t f.-r ;u d I jerce were pointed a special committer other disea though ,ome I,. , w to .ettie with tne Marshal on a Third ward heard n sound in their life. He found "e a,,net rol moM of lh. fn vt ry iu?,m,.vm RIltl m iiie l,i4y Controller'! reiKrt wan nrront! I trrwlM .l i. .i.- i .i . Pdoirt, and order, directed to be drawn j of .jgns. (e,J,ohad had the fac.lty of Hearing some years ago, wus able to wi "ir BfTirai Hmonritj rr... a. . 'v....... iiu iepris of the Clerks of the Superior and Police Courts, were referred to the Com mitteeou Claims and Accounts. Aid. Kil lean, from th Committee -on Claims aud Accounts, retried the claims of Sheriffs Kinney p.nd Platte, presented iu the lat re port of the City Controller, fts correct, and recommended their payment: adopted. Aid. Gilbe-EL Chaiiman of the Committee on Ways and Means, made a report of the city treasury's condition as follows: Amount paid by ward collectors to date, $178, .172.21: at the same time lact year, .vl 78,212.02" ex cess, :W.22; the collection of taxes todate in the 1, 2. t and 8th wards is jsT1..-,0.- 00 in excess of last year, while the 3, 4, 5 and 7th wards show a decrease of sll,2.".00: the 1 and ii wards mn.i record as prompt tax payers; balance, in treasury, .$13:1. 070.04; amount last year at this time 133,408.01; excess th?- year, $.102.00. The City. Treasurer has paid the Board of 'uiuuui oi scnooi taxes . r,"" j loi ity ine motion oi ins lips. , In-portarit Kailroad Suit. Sr. J..t:i i. F b. !. Judge Treat yesterdav rec. ivi-d a t L gram from C. A. Stwird, of; The wind is blowing and the snow is drift Xjw orlv. n ; n sting his honor not to dis-J ing, making all kinds of travel almost im mi tie Pac.iic Railroad of Missouri ng.iinst j possible. A woman by thenamw of Scanston th Mhsojri I'.i -ri Ju 1 Tre it endorsed j I "ft the house of Capt. Nicholson this morn- a'tf i 7 6 ,c,rk, "nd n,othi,n8 ofhor Mt:io ( h i-ud." '11ns curt sentence puts" a ! wht"rMhnts can bo Ieaarned. It is feared top t. w!i it is hH:eed to have b. en witiiin nas perished in the storm. AU UL' i f the 1 ast act of a verv irrinort.int i -.n. . .;sf- 1 1 i n going on lor yenrs. J'r.ss f. j,, m tli r.-i Jisitioii ,,f thephin t T s ban b ,ng a!h-ged pgainst Jay Gould H'i 1 others, and tho am-mtu at stake bung - -- - - 4 The U.Mn.J-Lenian Case. Cn:rf, Feb. ..;: tri il f the Light fenth wird el-'tio-i conspirators was con- -:A Protest Against Roller Skating. PrrTsnri;o, Feb. 9. The Presbyterian Minister s Association at their meeting to- ,i .i..a,iihiuu tu ineir ineeimg to- , day considered the subject of roller skatin I e v'ry qnil arul imiNirtnnt rhansn; rink-. A r.aner nrei.ared l.v Tt.v .T t ,,,,rk a,uno any nnhnation. rink. A paper prepared bv Tt.v. J T (Jil)son, was read and adopted as the senti ment of the association, and ordered printed in th church papers. The revercned L'pnt leinn Alitor n rrwu i ,xt-. j l.o i( tt to-day. S. P. j agnmst the skating rink, and earnestly ex- ions an citizens to cease following the mul titude unthinkingly. tirri d bjforv Ji; dg n,at. t printer. t-titi.'d that t?i? defend- ! n-, t .,.K: a l - I .'i.u i.m r ;ni" i nun oti .ov. zi witti a 11 nb I can tic-t ami a-ked him to make a d .'plicate of it. He as to keep th matter T t.er. Th; innio of Randolph Brand for .S tut wn writt.'n over tint of Henry L'rn A L an iii's n ?n- w is erased with ink. . o line- h el a ti-.-'u t fit-.ad engraved ami print ed thr- th.oa tad tick ts and delivered tht m t- M u-lvia at hi room i i tne Palmer Hjuse. Gishop Potter to D.. Newton. Nr.T Yo-;x. F,b. It was r-;-orbd on j irl -:t!iortty today that oti Saturday n. i sfa:;t B.s.,;. Potter sent Rrv. R. Ibber j X-"vtaa ab'tter n stiag him to il.sron- They Think the Load Too Heavy. PlTTsnuno, Feb. 9. The Lm lcr this even, ing published an interview with bankers and prominent business men of this city, who all give it as their opinion that Oliver Bros. V Phillips will not be grant dan extension. Th reason iriven for this is that th load is entirely too heavy for the firm to carry, even with Harry Oliver in charge with all his r cognicd shrewdness and business ability. A Woolen Dealer Goes Under. New Yobk. Feb. 0. Thomas J. Burke, a 000; at this time last year, 2.-,000; excess this year, $33,(00. Tho ceneral fund ceivedfrom the County Treasurer nearly $o,o00, delinquent taxes of 182, and there will be from $G,0n0 to ,$8,000 yet to bo paid on delinquent taxes of 1SS2-3. Aid. DeGraaf, from Committee on Poor, reported the bill of Druggist Wilson as cor rect; approved. The assessment roll for th paving and grading of Fountain street was Placed in the hands of tho marshal for col lection. Tho City Clerk reported that the deeds and reh ar.es to properties purchased to straighten Prescott street had been recorded. The matter of removal of snow on South Division, Canal and Waterloo streets. i which tVo Street X?M vrty Comply h..d Pf- t pressed a desire to assist, was referred to j me a mermen of the respective wards, ex cepting tho Second, with power to act. Aid. Gilbert then offered a resolution to the effect that in the Second ward the Marshal be in structed and directed to remove, snow from the streets from time to time as directed by the Aldermen of said ward; adopted. Aid. More of the Commit tee on Ordinances, pre sented an ordinance prohibiting the jump ing on and off of street cars, vehicles Pt,. when in motion; laid on the table for one week, after second reading and ordered printed. The resolution for the exten sion of Washington street sewer at a cost of $2,320, and defining taxable limits for same was finally passed, and order rela tive to same directed to bo drawn. On mo tion of Aid. Yates, permission was mven ihn contractor to take all dirt necessary for fill, ing on West Fulton street from hill where West Fulton street extended would cross city property. A communication from the city railway officials was read, reciting that ow ing to A. H. Fowle and Johu Benjamin pil ing snow on their tracks, they were compell ed .irfnn u lo andou the LaGrave and UVnitl,,- tions in that covering a narrow rancc. Th i.re. venuo lines for the niHit. bur n-., .1.1 M ent situation a regards ibe immndiuP. futnro ,,f running to-day; on file. The resolution of w ,,,","rHW ow,k f" thp cominuMl j Aid. More to establish a grade line on Syci plicatd by the prosi,eei ..f war in Kuroi nn.l Africa by the nncertaaty as n, tiiMftetnil condition under- The Maor s-(j. jJf, smii now laie n jj.t. tadv of the mute language in order to 11 his pos i tion. The sanitary condition, management, hos pital rind school accommodations were fontid in a satisfactory condition. Son.e repairs, however, are needed and the Board will ap ply for n?w flooring for soui" of the build ings, heating, bath and wardrobe arcoriiino datious. Mr. Belknap's appointment is f,,r six year. His duties will require a vi-it once every month, and on next Tne-day be v ill make his first official visit d( voting tuo days to the woik. ARRESTS WO.L FOLLOW. Rows at a Mennonite Meeting Disturb the Services. Tho scries of protracted meetings, oon tmne to bo iield by the Mennonite hrethern in tho Sixth Ward Engine Hou-e. These meetings are cond-icf-d by Miss Douglas, a Canadian evangelist, and said to be n daughter of a PresbyTerian divine. She is an earnest worker, and has met with some encouraging success in her present field. But hoodlums, and tough-, without any ap preciation of sacred things, will pat her in, and despite the presence of special police, succeed in distuibing th'c meeting. I.ri Saturday e(ning. Miss Dougia. ar tempted to quell their Uri.emlv n eeb:. mm I ,v..u tongns. Un hatvn.'ay Plght. th i i t-- S a f.js i . . l efojvi... -i ... it w :., t ' 'it i.. t r ii. !. ;r i tl . ... 1' k J.. j . o r afr .. ; j, f , , , if '-. In . i. a . i fl ',! !'tt !j : 'o iii! tl.".- : ;.. k I'rie- . t,., ;i M.i,"t.?.iN f -.v d . i c u -''l ti..- ,ie. . ' t W JltlOlil lli . - it i I i jot r-!:i,,';r.n '- e. .'?:! a-At i' l.i t .r j ui m . i. IJiii li.,- i I " wth i.r Ui if ! t-i i.t,r l ..') tvt if ", r i"oni i ! !.- o.Ij- t . f l.t-e-i I i . ai li 1- v" i:.'-:l. ! f..J: .s tO 'MIl- -'. ..I-.! uj t.'.-'-js.n.i i.n..l- ..ud vl.e e-'-.'-r tr-iiu u.f. U tT;w jr.a'.' in t .-.;r CliriiiiliKl .;v v iJ i uitUli t co::if li m i I 'jc.-forij, LxjJ w ..-r.-t t en it ' ir i i u-.. A ' '.iVi't.M. Our -il j, td.. '..is j 1". 1'tM Wiif.- Jij tl., : ..j. i, b-tl-r qii-ibT)' ;il -1; (,.; Jiow iu- Uii.t sL.;J(j i. a Ul.-.nketh hi.-t m-w ..ii ... . .'.'; 7.ri fjf) An itnm i,s.. i,, ' i tiis i A iViariM '. t r- m i t j,r ic.e xjiJj I !f h'A sj j . j -( , v,.t i.nd nj'wiu rt; -j. , , j t Co:.:i am. :.tf r ;;.rd . v I . I . P..rde Pi i -. s i i. ( i,. J. v, dl ar- e.s. .1 ...... J j 'J ?m t!..- J , v , ... . A r-''"l ei.k t r , ij, Vn "moi, oi.-..-, : . v. -'IUi i..,utii. '.' . -. ii'tsj lij.td ii i,t t ;;e fwii ' ' a k . f u; '.o. :0- uii lull threatened with a revoiwr by jf tie; V- r'Mr-vT- tonghs. On Satvnlay night, the si.fei:il ! 'V.- !.,.,,,...! ... . ...... . .. olticer found it n-'.-w.-ary to give one fellow I '"' b-t -a - , V-ri . ; .J -'t! ' -""uipiiii; vrim nij ciuo iu otat.T to :nn 1 ' , " ' j i ,.. .11 ... ut.ii 10 .in'us! 01 proper respect tor a p; 1 : f , ' .., 1 . i.i r..),., ,.fJ 01 worsnip. several warrants for arrertr. i; ..-v.. i" f ' - t. - f...it.j is sanh-wiil b- MueJ to-day. J s'..t ' S :"! li' !i f i.i u.rd- j tk 1 . ...'.ir. 5Cn; si ('..( (. ( ,, f,,- , : P y;irds Usui..id I)oll.,r. o. VJ,:it. Pi :( - -.uritni i; Can Balance With Silver Hereafter. Washington, Feb. 9. The Treasury De partment is informed that the Assistant Treasurer at Xew York, when he sees fit, can make a portion of the payment of clearing-house balances in silver. TRADb AND FINANCE. Office of F. V. Taylor, Swrofn 1 Intnl. Gk.nu Bnns. p,.b. 9. Liverpool and London markets on wheat and corn wero quoted quiet and etnndy to-day. Chi cagri receipts were l."7 cars of wheat, tXd of cars fcorn. 17 cars of wits, lf) ho-rs. Mj.rL-t.fB of winter wheat, and by the uitittid of tho nr.w j vision market. Pork s.-ems to hare fallen into I tho hands of somoono who usim jr l j,,, THE KALAMAZOO ASYLUM. YESTERDAY'S COURTS. J -"p- ci.-.l Pxie. t inciTT. ..latilda Greentnan Win. IL ) u.b y n. ells, ui e.'.ancery. !oti -n to di.,;.,-.-. i injnncti'on granted Wm.J.Gevrke v.Th- G. i R .& I.R.R.Co.Fifleeudays more tiinegrantt d j to settle bill of excptiotis. Clnrl-- II. I MiKre v. Winifonl Ivong. Rej h vin. 1) - ' fendant elects the return of tho pro fit. Ordered that neither party r.-rv,vtr cost'-. The People v. Thoma .Jtn:i::g. B r ' .- x and larceny. Ctun-1 ;ippointed. hut,', Veit. et al. v. Diogen s Rokien. Jndguu m for plaintiff for s223.18 and cost?. IVoj.Ie v. Go. W. Kent. Burglary and larceoy. ' Continuance- onlered. HerniPn HamiM i- sc'nlaL' v. Wilhelm Khvn !-d.rfnr Tr.;., for additional seem it v for rost rf. t, .1 Joseph Wright, tt ah v. Justice ( Wright Order to show cauv Peojdo v. Wm. Mad den. Burglnrv mid Inrcery. CiuiiI np. pointed. Wm. Held me v. Martin L Sweet. Hearing on retition. PiionArK. Kspite of L-.ris Alger, d - ceased. Order allowing administrator'--fir-1 ,accou!it. Estate of Catharine Ranch, d-- 1 ceased. Administrator's bond fi' d j:nd !t- ! t rs issued to Robt. 1). T eh Rsfiti- f j Hiram Moore, mentally inrompt-tent. Urd- r ' appointing Henry F. hVuhy. gnatdi.-m. Rond filed and letters issued ?"o,.,,f ' Horace? Colby. mentaPy incompetent. t)rd'r allowing guardian's first account. Fsta!.' 1 - of Jos. Hooker, deceased. Order allowing j administratrix's annual account. F.statc of Matj MeDonour. O.d r appointing i- i atuenne JvafTerty. administratrix. BHid Hied and letters issued. Invtntorv lil.Hl t ( 1 .it. i V :j J . j-.!i. : l'!j a . J.'.r. f ' ' : .O !;!:!. f l r. T . f4,v'r,"! '"l '! ;o.;rJlJ ' rN ' v. H',nnJ - 4 ' ' iat, BEFORE i fi VOICING loot). February 1: even day f MMith u. .or t; tliU . .1 In re, Clande H. Whitcomb, infant. Ord r BIGGEST E Alt GAINS and pleases to ne it for hi own pood. Low. rio-rs,!. dd mt!, enure.-., an t iLcii,mig to ad.nini"- who!ei,;llft dealer m )Ien. at s) Walker tr confifni uto'i m Newton's caurcii un'es, ; Jreet. failet! and made an assignment to th' r-fr s- (4 1, -..,,-... !(-hp Rotter puru- ,J ;,ytfv" prefertmces for 1 Ju Jlx- d ti-e sm.s t. .,.,rM, j ,-t y ;lr ni h Newt, n, 'li ie aralut $2.",000, and assets nomi iuvrl.ag t p.-ro-i f.imih ir with the m j. i n xT th same. i f. I tlo Wdl ! n f'l.tll r .'Iff i.Vl :l i: yt ! Nowtou f .r tl e p?c-e:i " I Wont Ma reh. April., May... Marrh. Mny.... (Hf,- M;,y ... Pork - May... Ir t - .May... Ol-n. 7s 7 s I')', ai .$12 no $ 7 llih. 7s -i 7'i 30 .17 4 7si 57 AT THL- Curtis Reached at Last. Kiiio by Dri.imiter. r-r v vc. l.-b. ''-Hmrr I. Fitgeral.T. ; a J aa:i m i:i e :!.y -'d as a reporter on th ' V r 'J, w!i w is d -covered Friday niglit i Its Needs as Described bv a Member of the Legislative Committee. A representative of The Inrofiut m..t Mr. A. N. Woodruff, rrpremtative in the ! legislature from the First District of Ber rien county, at the Ragle Hotel, Iat even ing. Mr. Woodruff is, by the wav. one of f tho von n rest nnd bf l,x.iv;, . 1 the present Legislature, nnd, if tho writer 3"S mistakes not, he is a rising young man who $n 174 iu ?) . nt attained unto the firt round in i) j ladder of fame whose height hi dfreloping j . , pirer win enable him t- cah-. So much New York. ! for the man, but, leM this shouhl mr-ft the Nrw York. Feb. n. j f "OJ fair Laning girl. 'ti he to Mon-'-y rN-."-! s- ,-. at 1 T-r e-r;t. !"-?. ..r- f.dd ho is a br.nn,lit In. a i . .. - . i 'i ii nun irp, .'ir. I rh.sl .pi t; ioM rnf l.lt l..7ti; firtniI j W -odi u.T n ,a a member of the HOTso (V,m- I " --4t miiTee to .vin th A nm t,.- Gkkat W.lI)i;0KE IV Al T oi I. of adoption and chan i: of name to Clause H. Gould. F.state of Anna M. Diamond, deceael. Order allowing administrator' nnai nccount. StTEKioR. The People v Wm. D. Mn- field. Perjury. The City of Grand R'aphl- v Addie M. Gaw. Appeal. Continued over term. Same v F.J. Fndeiick. Appeal. Bail rt rented. Jrsricr Swndfj.s. Henry S. Prr--dnrg Wm. Patterson. Assunu cJt. S. tth d f y p"r. t je. Clouh. Pierce A Co. v G. R. ,V I. R. R. Co. Garni-hee of F.. A. Knight. San a- v K. A. Knight principal dfl. Anmi''-t. B th cac' ?f ttlcd. Poi iri. ivtrr Kairr.. dmrk; V2 dy- in jnil. Kphriam Pars.or;,. rmn ; j.-iid l..T.. Hugh Ft rry. brenrh of r- r.-i d !r."i. Wm. Richard, at..".!!,! mi,1 l.,!trv . nt nf :;:;.;v, eot. j r r u,e 1 '"rpoc cl H- In cine Stock. Men's. Ycutrs-, B:p' -J Ciloien's CLOTHING ! indie proM on pa inr iMTrt) ST7rs S. M. r.-,r!.rfit-.r v u Townhip of Chickntning. IU nnrgorj order to show race. Furtla r fdj -?rr.' .1 " il Feb' 10. Hotel Rrpistrr. AT TT1V MnrjaX.-L I'.. R,w I? ItrnLl, t.. H. It. tiik f v n:id wif. . I 'K-r T "f REMEIVI3ER4 1 )s in ' v , t; :i! ' r . ; ft:'.:lv.rn d ".-. to:. J' J-X t;-r. iVj 'Tl PI! U t;ng 1--h -l ( t.'i'.'I'tol U V: M j , Coimtt-r Srr.t::rtTt.' F-terfc-tti.n -gmg, f, tv :r c v i", d S'a 4 ' vi-- of i::.: ' vaa'-r i: ij t ea:' rv f 1 'IV . ti! . s. : n. v 4 oiddi m in t:io ar- - v --s.-eond strt. With d thi m-vno g :n I1). ! 0. ? - ict nr m estimating ra d is sr.M; to hav vm t!v t u unier. ha i j -l m r- oi ting tlv at t. a ,vf pi.-d m. - ato-5 b-'ntccrd. ! '. V';e Sr my rsjrm- ,-i ,i : Co-uity, ho j Maa; - ! ly in th- Fnited I ? -ov i and n- xn-jf icfn. it. -v - :-..sf. i to the ; I a i - l i eat: W. U. : v ' ott i?p for f-v. rs i-i i Jui'i i ur i i r.. . i i - - s .'ni iui 1 1 e . 1 1 . ill i if i i. i tri f .. i t r. . - t ' i . . yA,rtixoroy,reb D.-The Senate in e- (-,lT.vu.s r,(, f.M. . n.sane at Kalamaroo. He re,.,rts tint 1hi I J1'1- iVMont'R.F. Wiliian'.' Yot'v!'' .L Citivi? session to-day confirmed, nmnn . . . n CJ . . h n tT1"T " i n.mtnilt m-u!, tK,i. : . s D. Far!'1. Chicago: 5. 1' !-.-.,t a;... (- CeatralamlS,!; d. nnd o:ie the State hn .very rran to CVddwat.r. Mich.t J. F. f'-Tr: P : W If . ' do sinir. fii..i. list, -d; ntr;i. UOtolI j. be pr-nd of. 1 he appropriation a-L d for ijf7: H. Brnwn. D-roi?; J. y " ,M 1 r r, u-i it-ii. ... - : i I'.s. r.f-w i or: A. sysv--.,.., ef M in ovEncoATs- Assisnmeat of E. M. Jewett. Ne- York. Feb. 0.E. M. Jew?it,a mnnn ; f ctnrMr of barrels, at B itTalo, N. Y., as,-. j ! ed to-day. He was burned out Dec emW r Is ' :: r.!d 1 -p i oL lWviL snf aining lw of .f7.,0m whicli ! Tn . 'l K. U1. ce-n i m rtortd to ! Wfll innr.l ! Y l"4 7. a .a'n. S.i 1 I'RS, I I -U. P. 1 '1 .---id "1 rhrrc : ',.fT roil rxftA,, t 1 ,V:; S'l I to c.i'ao" ttr 1 t! j-a.t "Twr Johr:" C. P.. Gr J. Vim. Hvi'-.V: IT. ). S-il S C. W. M re. Don-ps y - El Mahdi Securinj; More Arm, avi, Feb. '.XThe W ar OfSc isirf .rrr. etl f the shipment of eve r tluviar.d rific - t i, nui uiHiM n si i n?:i r rinr . . iatnd.l to t convej ed to Fd Mahdi fmm ! ch ' . lifti 'if t (r'irn irrer-.'.- io ij'i ( n.i ;iaiT .i-r..-; pr I d r rir r sT.-'r,.-.! N 2 r d !. '0. N . rd ti n f .? ''T fsT r! "..if. ;, t ,!.- .f r,r- 's . f r ' rvi . v-k. Rim Rf ' 'd vV ? tn;- 1 r" I ,1- d lb- w' 5 Defense. d R F in.v U ii !t:t:e;si 1 V f V v. trc i''ie f tl or!- r wdl 'cheit.-T j.uti, n of Mr. A Furnace Burns. Hissr-prao, Ft?v ?. small hnt well k-v-.wn furnace ntu;eI "B tchar.an" wa r tirly dtroj el by fire this evening. The lonfrom V) to n partially in s trvti. to The Weather's Forecast. WAKixoTf, Feb. ?.For the nrrr lae ) reiron, generally fir and colder weather, j ?vd,. s - . . . . ... . . ... . - . . -- - ... on.. wr;iuicr. v to-m "sr o -V til tssn::li D-'d- i i-U-irr! ; .- . ' i "nriE5 ca?-rn portion. Firm. tAf i 4' . , 1 nortiwUr!y wiad,r higher tiromttr. I C J 5 . : : . rn:n-l. ! -7 Mr.- N :i .,: v;;-sr. ..; o. i t-Jt -Mar- 1? -,r; ;rd. 4 1 Td rn, ! -r d. j .j - N k2 i ;?,.. a.., y. , - .. K-.b do Vr.s.'! i, ,7V JJvr t -;:!; w,t,-.rn, . 7 7lr. IiSi ft -N.-.!rh Poax-Jj-iitS: Tf.-s: 1 7t 7 l.o; - iTil Ri ; i--.--..; T SnuT -N.nniod; fir fo n-rlrnc. I IJ.1' 3 I - '.. mrm: -Jrinn: f Ate. t : -n. N .vs W J7 2 ; r :fT tho-jht mo-t rceonqbb', ,.t -d I cvnr in wor:.i re Ymmr nd ;tbo thfV-t r'i Hua-. 1 hy will als, rr-coinmei.d tf.-- ear; : ot j.Uf:, f ad'fvhed h srial bnildirg I ...r the m-.le drprtmnt; the bnddir- of r.f -T kitchen to tAke the pine of the yrni htu'y, ir-CM.vf -n-nt prt:rTit. nnd !e n;i Th'-sA chmiT-. Mr. M V .drr.T thir.V. r o murj r -v- d.-d ?J,at tK- C-; :;-. -,..., trj-j htve Ji'tb- ;i;?i!fv in w-:jrji. o. T ,4 sirj rojr;-..n f. Wif corrnrt -.7;. -.. ...... Hcrip's-"H-'it of Oak." 1 h- 5";;f r cf-n, rj"? i j. jr,;r-- di.edr iUni.s H-nr of ik." i or rf tA nv-i Tvftii::-. d-.r.- p-'-r:ts:iar. fvf t rr-.t.I t.v ..n ?.nr tJ-:. j -t R is 3-fit wr-rth th- rr, r;f a.:r-i-s;rrji ihp pricf of irr,is:on to 1h rrtii:t W ed d.y affi&T7i'"c,n -sriTl h '.-vf B--f -. ...- ceat; e..i; Iren- I. ent i:. i WA.rn?.7-'-x. PTic viii aoabtle fid Poorer' O;- t"-t'r' Uzz to iU ctajont Cf.ci;y. ST kT ndJk; , Ro-s. '; ) i'--: J. Ri r. i; i,T Fr,-.k If l; - J;-.- ' D - d, a. 1v:rd--r. Ii II. Y. C C-g-; .Tl-. At it. v. R ; .L-?r:i---m " d:v J ; G-o . J. r-.Jve' f nt. l - Iv- I ; i R :'h n Rn;n. L Ve. ( UNDER TO WE '; CLOCK. vi:i70 TIG 7; 4 . ( . ii r F. 1 ruriK". trnv n. r L, T, ! it. : ;1 TrviHno Outfits Wt? Go to Flo a, h ., r(i, :i-;s. , Tli e Great Va rd rob 2.