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VOL. II -NUMBER 159. GRAND RAPIDS, MIUH., MONDAY MORNT -O. JULY 6. 1885. PRICE 2 CENTS MR. BEECHEK'S SERMON. VUCUTiON AND CHRISTIANITY Tha Two Not NcitUM( inconaatnt Mo (Jraat 0iwpmnt 0 Thought to bo tii.t. eitiunafai f firm llty mal rva riu fur moor day. m Ur fiauU the UitriailrtU of lhe oua MMM to dowroy ry Mtie oi r Vu, tttc ! hwiil on to n to auy irriUtteU I Of 4 Half nua w.it .. u spirit VoluUoO. Wbll boldm folly . Heecber. vWtod to laJicoU what in evola tiou mttttmml '' ' !-, .'.it-l. ml fit MmfOt b rvtoiooa. VVa it to ba suppo!, h ukwl, toai after fifty yant of chruitiaa mtab.u-7, with all ia aociatiou dear to oim. aw would hotW any Joctrtue that Would destroy tha .uUUuce or in any do wraa 4ea tbw material form of ralitftoo? Tlu would rattier die. Uu aim fu to give to rvlii.m i ider of ana greater pooor ma waa ui sympathy not titjfth toot villi too whoW with tri Hie Umumi for yaan. bad been for a would load men to a bibber. wm mm m o-utiiiW. the -..i.-.-a mm1 i.-rS.-u.v that No rffisat levei..tuieut Ihocurhl tool ! kfloore.1. I r-prp in It -hould lie on otienly and ruoourtfxl. It should oof en 'tee Unrror in the church. Cbaraha vera bat the rtiou of uieu and women akin to mrOmtt) tneir moral and spiritual nature in direct intercourse with (rod. Kvo tattoo would not aboiteh them but would aolartfv their freedom. Mr. Beoehar ipw ' to aaa the day man n aaeatial spirituality ba bia title to admbMion into the of the ordiaaoOM now in- on, when children would not need to at lJ'k ' i k"xd man if ba xald ooNeibly o u Heaven, uot bem a churcb ojanber. C'hureh were instructor if oom- edlfe No '."Mr. u; :':.f " lOaOOt OJttfi b- A UCh 1 - lecf;,-r J . ! evolution would abolMh them. they would doubtleea simplify and I hey conform a to the re- of evolution in tliat they con with the devepment.4 of to hi-rher ntaee of growth. to be m ule would be inaiuly eaah church chum to be autltoried reiowitory of truth. and the auwnt for roparatiou. only harbor a flotation ae ie rain dxi not fall Upon the jut and the let alike. Thw would be aioluhed, an 1 i it the rehtpoue juarreU that have lined march of rhrwtianitv with kull, bonea r.l.HHl lleevher f..und an increasin,; lency to unity anion; the churchea. and I bated thiw lea to council and aeaem m than to the increanin: co-operation of lofdtfofOBt denomination in work of mm r tag in Thia tended barnen of to brwak the i e vii-Uui.-, -.ri wmmmm - taaMo taota to the children and adnlU of toatood of i mil cnm itnral eTlutioii already taking ..ireh. and rammer meet for metructioo. nch a the one at abort laymen. well a took part, were movement in the If there were greater free aa to the effect of the t row proa ah could not ba delegated to any other claee of It wa not in in (od'. 1ot. it .ui and llevlioplnM, the wff wno Pftri u - ' with !eeenl etraint out it wa OOkalwar afe to truat met Mlee. rnt x: . oowt hat rnn are afer the oaotw yon p them libwrty. Ha concl'i'led by eoooaelimr the young matt of ho wadieoce to refrain not from reading oiaotine wrh, hnt frou Uin haty Ui raept view that eemed contrary to the troa tortt of rafafloo. which wa the spirit tliat pnatoeel I ainfly mother and noble father whm t hey revered. ta? eerier will yr-ach next Sunday at Peek kiU aa i haaleao of thelhirteenth reimooi, who ir into p thora ao otorday Ha pltt aotal the latter part of Nag bbor'hood Nawa. imb 4, Whoot k near! la painful bv IH Wnnip wi Hark. and an father eihibitioa of a To Aid n QuaftttWM. OJ isrrwrrroa. Hlv The THo 0mis C imborUnd ud Out. July V The Fsoorol COvjorai has m tern ahmm of Caomiimoi m oof It v tce.i ' ' N4 i .. . ..... MM Mil f WMIM IA aidlUoo k UkJM Ohich be fat Uou Mtt oot Wiry M w utiai I ot Of rtlUMM MMf, UUlUtfn II Will lai to Uu KuUim Itt tOW Qjj MOmi1h be-t. Of ilotU to u fact mat mom tn too par Otuavt UuiiHor fur oaaturuo, too other by lin1"' Tho toioAora of to KoU0 wtuKil muwl to ba leutiu toward spirit aol mbtof fHM of ImH 4oU trv aotttt- aaut toward wtarTiWOiii oeutar I' has flora aaottttma tuatortalisuu aaU rfua to Mb tortW at pnaaut tnoa sQ-iialiamm Hii.Mr mmuuad U, rutva iwachwd om jot baw- JvfatiOert ofttM t..o uot thin th..iW- clarify tham which made the le ad ' or hanencenca uch a tem i ( athoiic and Proteatant. or 'ereut Pnteetant faith aemnl WQOBakaooBa, to be anrpnaed to i inuine. earnest, christian er hail a fnoetton which tea. her I? wa not in knowieIrfe. wa nl atin i with rour nty. iuita badly ann h.mt the hel and face try beam, yeewnroft. A free concert m to he firen at tho M IL CaorwK Mowitar awao tna Ny l!a. l-naie Jordan ami Minnie MeMttflhtia after whteh m. THtnty tana haww hewn laying MM fat ol aotai pipe u e need fo oarry ooaar frooa the vartoeia priow too form to the house The water will be foreed by a wind-mill. 1 mm HP datwrmiood w aomottoh by moaoa of a vea- wim the trformanea vf dafttW OOttas son astad h the warvvos, ta aaamt tha K9wol aath.r oia 1 1 wa1 aonvotaoja to apao im all r nee la ammg frnaa tars' go 000 Bwa'in7 ?d wany'tuaTaoi or m fiinn 1 dtasose 00 board, -w that have eft AbccEP IN A CELL. A .e, f ej'-U' J bo, 4 'or Mi Drunker. Fattier Yaaiarday afternoon Win fcraoaobertf waa arreeted aod aeot to jail for bein drunh. At 11 o eha laat mr&t a aom who Oorka to Pattereon paiut 4hop fottttd hrauenherg little ' year old boy on the lrte uid It led to coax him to go home with turn. The baHa tattoo avomhi not arre to 4j, bat wanted to tee hie father. He vaa uuictt to aaodqoarUrti a tie re be waa told O) fhlhwr wae in ,ui. He aaked bow it would take to rfet lu fattier out and Johneott wlJ mm f.u much tie had and b anoWervd "ten oenu. Itueu the Hereant told him there wae a a use bed in the back room where he ... : .rep anul mttmiag iud tt.n h could go and eee hie fatlier. He did not want to Uy. Itaid ba avoid got a bed at Lauipinan for five eoi and would hare nve awnte left to get sotnethmg to eat. He oaa anally induced to go lu and look at the hod, hot when ha aaw that it wae tncloned b iron bora ha began to cry, and aid he cWd not t im, tlie btd. the 8er geant ahowed lum the door to the ceil. and by prom Ming to leave the gae burning, and the door between Die calk and the office op n, ha wae coaxed to go in and waa aoon sound aeleep. At '1 O'elook this morning he had uot moved since he went toelawp, bat lay with hi cap on, hie arm under hi head, and hi feet drawn up a if ba wae -deeping in a bo. Hi mother k dead, and at two older brother aod a youuger later are in the State Public school at l oidwater. where he ought to be. England's Fraternal Feeling. Uiauoa, July .". The Saoodord ay the dinner given by I'yrua VV. Field on Saturday in commemoration of American mdepend anew, represented the unanimou feeling in I iml. Ill of the bet Americana, all of thebeet HnglL-limcu of the preeent genera tion have Labored to create between the two countrie the feeling of brotherly aenti uieat. Lomuoh. June 6. TheaWy .Ve-., m com menting ou tnr dinner given by t'yru W. I rwiu on nnturuay, aay everything i arnw I in tiHrethtir the tmn kniilrMl nitinna Th. afoaar they hall be broagbt together, the greater will be the advantage to both, and the greater the benefit to the world. A Fr.ghtfu. Fall. Ka.st Srauioriaia, Pa., July fu. Two heavily loaded freight train, one running eat and the other weat, met on the hi-. treetle bridge of the Nickel I'late railroad, yesterday, and were thrown I V) feet below. Both train were terribly mahcd. Three trainmen, Jame Peter. Thoma lxng aud k.i i...;. ! Kii n. were lulled. The property detroed i valued at many thousand of dollars. The engineer- and conductor have diaappeared and it i not known whether they have been killed or ran away fearing they might be held responsible for the diaaeter, a it appears to have been caused by ome one' neglect. The Sad Death of Two Boys. Botoj, July While Henry Cooney, aged ami William lonnell. aged 14, were bathing in a stream on Black Buy Park, to day, (.'onnell wa seized witn cramp and called Cooney to help him. The latter cried, "i'limb on my back, Willie: 1 will take you out all right.' Council did o. The boy struggled manfully with hi weight, now sinking, now rising, until when within a dozen feet from the bank, both went down and were not een again till brought up dead by a diver. The affair wa witnessed by a large crowd who were paralyzed a usual with alarm. The National Encampment. PititaPKLpniA. July . The Nation.il Mil itary Encampment at Fairmount Park has dosed. Nearly all the organization. will leave for their reapective home tomorrow morning. LieuU-Gen. 1'nderwood, the pro jector and manager of the encampment, announced Saturday night that the winner of the various prize would not le made public until Monday. Financially the en oiUttpment ha proved a failure. It i not believed that cash prizes will be paid. a Another Riot Expected at Chicago. (" 4hi. July .". Mayor Harrison to ught issued a proclamation ordering all I ople to keep as much a possible off the trsets along the car lines to-morrow. An other effort will be made to run in the morn ing under the protection of two or three hundred policemen. Probably the scene of Friday will be repeated. The striker are endeavoring to have the city council, winch meet to-morrow evening, declare the char ter of the West Divuuon railroad forfeited e The Cholera Record. Myrarr. July .". The official cholera re ports for Saturday are Aranjuez new Jfrj; deaths, rvt; Valencia new caao. deaths, Ct; Murcia new cases. i ; death, v Kliciente- new case. 107: death. .': piaeeanw case. IX; death. 7.V Co to n' today 11 new cases and ; 'ath from cholera wr reptirted it x: n I her are many instance where en tire families have pariafced, laortttg not a single member. a Yelloav Fever m New Orleans. Naw rat.Ra. July .V The Board of Health reports a case of gsnnine yellow fsver of 9BB Domains street, in the outskirts of the city. The eaas is that of an adult male aativs, who i now ronvale-cent. There is no trace of it importation. The physi- is origin purely local. The it there t no jiotilaotiuu alarm, as dismfctroi ary msa-nrs ha been Bad Lock to Bimym j C'ccus. .. July ". -Bamnra circus with another train on the Mt. thai morning. John Hhaaam say. of Wooosooekst. R. I., conk of the cir cus, hod his log broken, two other m ploys w-r- Sadly hurt and a Norse was killed. Two msbood ajektant prior to this have Sap petted to the circus mce tt tnck Maine a The Cn,r,ese oiarene.i Kao. July 5k Tha Chmssa (rom at ths ssndent f Kuswia up.wi Qmrnh aul is taking Tmopi watch mo Tjrket as mmmVttto I Jttfv A Tha fiawry Ttim aya ft Of the (Vr-'i, at Saturday's Cahaoot mmmml of Cgjok, whom make Turkey both ippar snd !ow-r Fr Tho "Ooll a" H sac Has Qooon Jnwwwwwwo, Joir V Tha aaamt ha alarmssl A - 1 in a . A mWA - - "eoft Ml Um-Vml y !Tanfta roraaoeoost. Nw Y.k Jnoa ) mMtt I'ttai Ml THE CRIMINAL RECORD. A MAN MURDERED FOR MONtt A Leading Citizen in Maasochi etts FoumJ UcaJ an J RoOOed A Brutal Asaault. Pirrartju-n, Maea., July 5. The dead body of George Dunbar, one of PlUeheld'a wealth lest aud bet auowu ciUzen, ror many yeara uprmteudent ot the Pitlaheld coal ga raa found in tn- street near Um gM tur.-e about loutU lat evening. Two pocket boo An, one the property of the gas pocket company an were miaain and blood a oilier hu personal wallet, be body waa quite warm zing from a bullet wound in uu. head. it.e ooroee wa rruioiJ to Ua victim t.-ou-e. Mr. Dunbar and lar four children were paralyzed by the shook. There 1 no clue to the author of the tragedy. He often carried large uin of money aud had twioe told the police that he had been followed by ntrauge men recently. The en tire detective and police force of the county and many citizen are hunting for the mur derer. A Dastardly Outrage. JkJtacir City, July &. At 3 o'clock thi morning a colored woman, named Khza Blanchard, who Uvea with her hoeband and children on Terrace avenue, wa aroued by the apearanoe in her room of ix druuken white men. They brutally assaulted her and her daughter, aged 17. The men remained in the room several hour, in spite of the scream of the women, which Ho one heard. The men left the women unconscious. The police were notified by Mr. Blanchard' husband, who is a rter 011 a Puliuian pal ace car, and who came home thi morning, lame.-. McCormick, a desperate character, was arrested, and admitted being in the house, but denied that he broke in. aud aL-o denied the ;t--:iult. He Would not give the name oi hi companions. Grant Weary and Restless. M 1. MiBJtooB, July Bk Grant passed the day with 11- little discomfort a could be hoped for. Ho wa ab'e to sit ou the porch nearly live hour thi- utt. rnoon, partaking omc food while there. The rest of the day he kept in his room, although the weather wa perfect. He had a good night, as night go with him, but wanted to rest til the morning and after hi outing slept two hours, out of four that he spent in his room. He came out ou the porch this evening as though he was retle.. Dr. Douglas soon after joined him, when he wa ready to be prepared for the night. The indication oiuted to a good night at 11 o'clock, when the Qettorol fell aalaop. The Afghans Restless. Inii.. July .". The Afghans arc reported to be gathering in large numbers on the Rus sian frontier, evidently meditating revenge upon the RttttmUM for the Peuj del. affair. The Turcomans arc also said to be consid erably agitated, but no movements on their ptttf taTOB yet taken place. OFFICIAL STRUT. The I'eeullar Cialt Aflctel hy Department i lli Washington '. r 1 l lphla Press. Department orticuils, high aud low, now put in appearance and seek the presence frost whn h flows the milk aud honoy of OflMol life. It is not generally known that th-- men are the very pillnrs of (iovaftt meut in their own estimation at least. Kvery one f them has a grand, almost tragic, strut, a characteristic aa that of Henry Irving und scrupulously imitated by the low-at rlerks in the departments. Men who have made a study of the matter can even noted i-n iHmtt -t varieties of strut peculiar to the diviious over which, the seven Cabinet ofhVera preside, but aa ordinary olserver would not notice this; it is whispered that grace in the art of struttiug was the surest recommenda tion for advancement under the laat Ad ministration, espeeially in the olfice of Judge I.awrenci, Controller of Currency, who was a perfeet paragon in this respect. Thes pillars Of State nourish a vast con oe, tion of their own importance. They regard themselves as th skillful manipu lators who keep the mat nine of Govern ment in motion, arid " -ngress 1 mere sub sidiary power, wnof duty it is to do a lit tta repairing once in a while. They are satisfied with only tha highest grade of o letjr, aud look down a ith ineffable con tempt on the private citrs-n. I-t one of your Philadelphia banker or merchant BmUottttVwl come t W ,1 mdttgfeo . and thee 1 eT ' v . -i i X. ..v. be it a mat ter of conoesconsion on their art to re ceive Hm. although their iwomea average l.'h;i v..K v.-ir. Thero i a gei.eral pinion here that their ridiculous vanity an 1 struttiujr should be suppressed by Tr- -1 mttttol lii t. -e-O-e 1 iii an mm hum 1 1 Manager an Horn state the Canadian Pacific Road will Im- completed to the Paci Ac ( koean in seven week-. Ths Hags of the National Capitol were at half-mast Friday on account of the death of Representative Elwood. of Illinoi-. Hani an and Ise rowed three miles at S1 via LAke. New York. Friday, for a purse of $l.r. Hanlan winning eaily in 15 21 The schooner, " W. Keller." coal-laden, prong a leak in Port I ol borne harbor early Friday morning, and went down so sud denly that the crew narrowly escwped. Mrs. Dudley, who shot 'Ionovan Rosea, was removed to the Middle town Insane Ay lum Friday, taking with her enngratu latory letter he had received a to the result of the verdict in her case. Siv. hundred bicyclist took part at Buffalo F"d .! '-e ir.r ; -v;e ' f Ungus of Anienean W hettnn. At the park front, overlooking the Niagara River, a large group photograph of the wheelmen was In Swallow, the the a few wek ajv has bean sold for I The mare wa the Indi until after the plowing hal been Ths Hon. Mr. Burchard. sa-Dirweior of the Mints, arri-v-d at his noma ia Freacort, Ilk. Friday morning. Mr. Burchard was '"i ly t-"iTOM 1 a poimfi ri Ecrpt. Jaly SL Toa ropors frrwo Rrypt iSaah aTrsrnrnnt ha hr4d loo Prnsvloes if Isnaala a far as Akott)oh is omoaaBy eooerrmod havo. a - LwmodO" Oats a Both Ivwrww Jut? I The 'neri tho 1 rdsT f !nT?hat Cm-Si- ha boa 1" aoVp-oW. aod thot 00 ehai g r Sled againt Mm. 5AbdATH DESECRATION How. Sproiilo BoricKO a Dicoura Yaa teroay Morning. Rev. Mr. BurtorU eexuaon yeetM day h upon the .-ubyect of buttday uiaxU and bun day trains. He had intended, he raid, to peak also in regard to "that other iniquity" the ttunday newspaper, but he uped ma were too weary to UaleU Lo a long so that part wa deferred. 1 he Sunday mail, the Sunday train ami toe Sun dny paper are tied together, he said, more closely than the Siamese twine. Sunday mail led to the carrying of r'ssawnger to Sunday pp r-. 1 . - tun . much evil, thougti U , u.i .. charge them wit . s.Qfui 1 must have u.u.-t . i ie?r -n.ie u . oe in die weak. The uepbty oi I ani.uto not of Itoeit perpvlj.Us t.'.t !ktl ( ibedienoe to God's law in tlie only safeguard of the nation. It was not till LiR) that it ws propueed to have mail on Sunday . 1 he 1 raciiuewar introduced, however, in 111' a a ueceaslty of war, though there wae great op(oltiou to it. 1'bat war, like all otheo. tended to public demoralization. J I eto .'.M-tian men who originated thin gov ernment, men who kept t Sabbath acred. You cannot compel a Congressman Pi attend a latttton of Cougre ou Sunday, uor the President to sigu a ooinniispion. lbeu why nhould the people ask men to go to the brick building ttt irly oppoeite to do work on the Sabbath: The most eloquent -poe'.h made in C'ougreee for year was that of an old man in the gallery, when a seeeiou wa protracted into Sunday. The old men said: "'The wicked Ittali be turned into bell you are dishonoring God to-day, and may He forgive you." The saloon men are QOt most to blame for filing llUOr on Si. n day. 'The saloon would not be open if they were not patroui d. Wo needed the ex ample of the President.- .0 wall church on Sunday-and did not work. All praise, too, to the groat aud gtoriottt Oaa eral now langui-Tung at Mt. McGregor, who, in Paris, when asked to attend the races, replied, "1 nui au American audi will not violate the spirit of tho American civili ml " . Efficient Police Service. The excellent order and lack of aividi tits which prevailed on Saturday is largely din to the efficient work done by the iKilice force. The men did double duty and by the good management of Sergeant Johnson and Hurley they were always on hand where their services were mo-t 111 demand. After the procession was formed on Fulton r-tn.it the men who had been on duty there were immediately dispatched to other point- on the route, aud by keeping them moving from place to place the streets were oil of vehicles and street cars, and remarkably good order was maintained. It mnde h luird day ' work for the olicem n, fel motttt only way the work could ba msmmll done with the avHilable force of men. a The Visiting Bcriboo. Tha foBowiog oowspapai men pent the Fourth in the city : K,l. .1 . lurk, jjaoiafot Ih-movi ut . Gei. K. 1! kin-', Springtield 111. 1 RtgiBtmTj Mart G. Averill, Muskegon Jti' rnni; w. g. Baraos, OoooafatsPl Omwr- rer; A. J. Shake- eare. Kaiama'Mi (!'i:rtte, Alf . Rimige. Oodillae Times 0. EL Oowdin, Rock ford Rmjim"t K. b. wiord, Datroil fVowa, and T. moOoUonx, Detrail fjaf. a One ol the Best. We now get Tin Guano ItrtM Hottram TelkoUAM nt cue o'eloek ou the day : , sue, in the same mail that brings the Detroit morning papers. That's boaittoas. And, by the way . Thk Tfi.koram is as neatly-prmte 1 and handsome a duly as we know of, and is always full of news, ormp editorial-, -tute ;t mOj etc.. etc. VVe regard it as one of oor bet exchanges. Albinr V ubl CM. INtiikr of M took. I Hart ford Post. "That looks very nice, indeed," re marked Mr. Fitjoy to his better half, as he asSOOVttTOd til breakfast dish. 4 What is it" "That Is the new cook's speciasty trip mOOihorod in crumbs of bread." "Well, I should say so," as he made an niifuiecesa'ul attempt to cut it. "It'a nighty t ttgo." "I don't see. The cook has a diplouia. She ought to be a pood one." 'Oh. that aeeouivU for it- S!ia fried tha diploma. " ShakepaRR wasn't a broker at alL but An von know . f auj' nip-i who hasfur- nt do ished nished so many stock quotaTions -Iiro Tim's. TaniKS. wnsn yon go tm the sewing so r ly, I laaaparoaa in all th-ngs and prac lic' swbriety. W7i t'holl Tinw$. .-- Fast Reaching Out. Hon. W. M. lHarford, of the QttJJBl Rat n Moriso T gh eora o, called at the mlOttMl MM office on Satnniay. Th Tpi-eoram is fast reaching out to all part of Western Michigan, and its final prosperity seem to be no longer a matter of doubt. .Vwi yj" RooMmm a Toilet Soap reduced in price, at Mills I ic. j "- Pharmacy Kxtract of anilla $1..'-- pr pint, lucent lr ounce. ar own make. Peck's Irug Ster-. e Grand Rapids Markets. ran raotr-a raoo ftst ro Tii fuoi Ornnt July 4aAie Wheat rt ln Kerry 'fir. short ts-ry hK He. 1 white fan, tswo, SOV Gats. WfilV. Krssh MsaTS Beef, per rwt. gfl !TC t x7Sf; mutual, a-'-"'Of pm 5 00 v Ph i Tar -fowto Ibseser! labile. i nei -ii' - (in ;-"? rnrsrl TC-- k real skin, arsen. Sr Ary. imbby hid 'sathiH maw. hiar. bush wkma. 11- b-ki ,.S r l-ft Ti 1 Ts ' 1 VwwTsijt rattswaa ra .vm'r 4., Rrnrm rrsea nMl VP 44Wte. toha and ars.l?H mm r. v fttttll n-e tor, rvew f-o Kay srVf by UV kwd fOraw. i i load. Hv I-T AM II ihi.jtt wyotoar enH r s vaii pas aoi WTsrTt.nssvs-s sm.iwa rmvmv frtwa Psetirr - ha-rL gS 9 wk ret. fsai-. . sfi 9 sorhm. whwhs. sVU WW- par Tt. fsi - . . t- attl I ma isf I w . am ytc ow ParvTer-s w -h. Ml per I r, her lAer kwd tjsenes 'r kvXe t - t- m fcraoOttSttOkt' ' a; Wmtt Pis-rwo- la ear Maft w pm ttw war M Okh ft SO , C. a COMSTOCK AT HOME HIS GOOD HEALTH RL8TORE0 He Will Not Resign to PleotO Anybody His Opinion ot Dickinson Burtingame Spooks Knowing that reader, of 1 aa 1 u aoaso would t t. mtereoted in reading the fact in regard to ( - ngrcueman t'ometook tteallh, a rrporler caiied t tu reeidenc yeelc-rdaj afUrrnoon and 1 1 lotuod to inform the public tnat there n. no truth Utvi in Ue story publlnbed in the rer r and re inulrJ luli.o." nU.ut Mr. Com stock' being atfiicted with fatty Ut genera Hon of the heart. He lias never ten troubled With heart dlseaae of any kind. It 1- eiueo i.e. lo at ny tiiat hn health 1 affected Jb) unUmrUt, Uvau- eery person who kuowh bun, knows that he i poneeesed of a moot imperturbable disposi tion, lu fct tie v, ry rarely, if ever, get eicited, Sttd hi remarkable oooluer dunng leiting pohlu'til campaigns or a hen his property au beiug destroyed by fire Las often Ins-n ticrved. When the iel.rter rried ht ttie ro-i ue Mr. i'omto-k in company aith Hon. v'. Heeley, of ( 1 rand Haven, had gone for a nde. Noticing !- A. Hurlingame and John t told smith ou the lawu with Prank Koukle in front of die latn r ; residence, which 1- ju-t acroee the corner from Mr. (3omstock'e, the scribe joined them and enjoyed a short talk with Mr. burliugame on the matter of potH ical apisjiulinenis in Western Michigan un til Mr. ( '.iiii-t.x-h. return, when Me--r-. Hurlingame and (roldsiuith acooiiipanit-d him to uu- 'ongres-inau f re-nlenoe. Mr. UottMOBCk appean-d to be in his usual health, -nM h a- all right ami laughed at the idea that he was alllirted with heart dis ease. He said that his sickness at a-bing-ton was caused by drinking iced watt r. Hi never use it at home and although he drank but little, it did not agree with him. It gave him the sick headache and for a short time he wa pretty sick. Iutead of his coming home in care of Mr. heeley and Mr. l ay lor. they were not feeling well aud he thought l.-t to bring them home. At Port Way ue they missed tlie fast train and their coach was attached to a mixed tram, wloeh. ow ing to the large uuuiber of excursion train- on tin road Saturday night, did not reach here until yesterday noon. In regard to DM ' ittSOl in Washing! : Mr. ('omstock said: "I accomplished HMOs all that I expected to do. In my interview with the President I ttttl not hurried, but wa allowed all the time 1 dwired. He gave me nearly ten times as much time as was allowed others who were on milar bus iness. 1 told him that 1 would like to intro duce Mr. Seeley, the man whom I had recom mended for Collector at (iraud Haven, and wheu I went out to find him I was surprised to find Cha. H. Taylor in the hall, waiting to be admitted. The President and heads of department- are rushed with business and it i uncertain whether there will soon la? additional appointments made for thi dis trict or not. Hut for my s'ekne 1 should BOWS rOinainodOttgOr. It lias frequently l.e. n suggested that had I u-ed only htaudanl Democrat ie liquids the sickness might have been avoided, but the suggestion wa not MMM -'n enough. 1 wanted to stay until the arrival - f Dott If. Diesdneon, for the purpose of having well, it might have bttSB more of a collision than -i conference, with lum. 1 left tokens of my regard for lum w hich he w ill have no difficulty in under standing. There is some-thing about his influence with the adminis tration which I cannot understand. Heia too groateol dmotsastmwi over board of, except one. About forty years ago John P. Hale succeeded in disorganizing the Democracy ot New Hump-hire by methods similar to Mr. Dickin-on's until it wa in worse shafH than the Democracy of tins State is now. but if Dickinson per ven- he will etjual Hale as a disturber." Although Mr. Comstock gives Mr. Dickin son credit of having influence with the ad-mini-tration he ds-s not believe that he ha a much influence aa ha been credited to him. When asked if the apioiutnient of Geo. V. N. Lothrop was due to Mr. Dickin sou's influence he said: "No: I believe that Dickinson's success is due to Mr. Iothrop's influence, but how a grinning youth like Don M. Dickinson can have any influence over the President is more than I can ac count for." U hen asked alsout the statement that he had threatened to resign, the Congressman answered: "Well, I linvo remarked to some of my friends that unit there was more hannonion- action in regard to the apoint ments, it might la? better for me to send in my resignation, but I do not intend to re sign to please anybody. I do not think that I will go to Washington again until Fall. Col. Messmore did not say when he ex pected to come home. He looks well, better than I have seen him for some time, and seems to ! enjoying himself immensely, better than I could 111 his position. He say he i sure of an appointment, but does not say what position be is to have." In the the course of the conversation with Mr. Hurlingame above referred to, he said: "You want to know what I have done to m. -,! tfe- treatment U.at I have rwvned from some of the so-called mde pendent newspaer. particularly the Detroit ,N. the noroid and the temwMVml and I'll tell yon. I simply had the audacity to secure the endorsement of the 'ongre men for appointment a Revenue "o lector for this district. A yu know. Mr. Davi got the appointment, trot you nor any one else ha heard me say a word against Mr. Dans. Neither have you seen me rush into print to defend myself against the itty charge made against me by th newspa-r. I don't know what the If ild is driving at ,!,;-- ;t (. p. voir k q a boom for (ien-ral Innes or for W . D. Ful ler. The aptintment of Fuller of course would mean a s-laried plac- for Will Innes. ami tlte Tier aid i hoific used for tliat pur iose. I got (ay for a part of n y can.paign work, of apnrse. tut if I am to t osnsared for that what can 1 said for Fuller who drew $3n0por rear for two years a Swamp Iand orn mi i oner under Hegoie Fuller i known as an impecunious cuss who never does Ariy political work unless he is well paid for it. In regard to my work in the Iloaaa man campaign. 4ulge a tt-ey aoj came lowo to my farm king about my having lorn of Eefmbhcac party and saying rbt ttiat trbaps I bad mad ttj and after fnen 1 in that he th my mtm ;ri book so the otd party, he offered me day if I worjld go to work for his H did it in an bonorabl way and to get rid of him I told him thot I would let hirr know what I wo;d do siKut it in a day The next time I earn to the est y I that I arm (d r t ' ' - i- - . r. 1 1 mTAfllfttl g- whSeh they spewo of . SWrt that it bad any thtag to 00 wtkli my Vaaaog tha t- a lev I never )t it all that Wjji Inns. know, s boot ft by my alhiama htm to sow It, I ' touWnb th paper wtoeti it Omtosoi hoo aVfested m. m v ba not flmw m mA) soosStstCn-sd't t45 J cTih vWjf . of the Neva )B rsfmH to the Mr n- liag fixed ny by my ki "" s7 II JM '-' ; : 'v-t r ',t isoxttwaa Mr. ( rmk rc Mr 'KAA-mitb TT ' - I r'evwof otawmoox to sooaota ewwryShrnw vc, rITkJuto nfTT ' tsole omsfatttwoisohttjad hor. fiia ow M stoaws I astto, Tt doawot 1 mot howaoaa toaro I wa noabwsc ra ft 4 Iaaoi oofawa I ha not utougt.t it w orth ottma to so)dy to the attacks aud msuiuataotts aaode upub lua tmt in case U aa ao o b to U management ot tiw tauniNkon to kuitcia. innor tttt that won. J surprise liw 1 lower of the rhirun and BOON i.rnbaok kaHiU State 01. o itn tt t.t u.: the owooisapor bioinsai, would hi advantage ot turn m Um uontesl a uertainiy aneur A Compliment Well Deserved n Saturday evening Um hpriugtieid baud vnuied Uir KatUbun liouar to nu-ud lo Mi. A 11. nt.-lt : mt - . , iiiiMi'i it i. - 1 ..i..ii After delightful muain, wbiob waa greatly enjoyed by all present Ur oou.pany was in vited to U dining room ahai 1 au piomptu tnuuet lad t.-ex preparetl I hv ox-asion was an enjoyable wind u( of Um celebration aud a well deserted compliment to Mr Antlsdei. who ha n.toii it a r uu'w.- Filed His Report. Ine receiver in the matter ol U ineht of Kinney, Motirao A Co., hardware dealers on South Di virion sliot : sbo tuned about two year ago, has filed hi final re Iort ehowing about .:t7.. in bis hand a the 1 t proceeds of tin sab d lit sUn-k 1 ta claims against tlie firm amounted to several thousand dollats and tin- einlll..l s W lii n oeive only Ave jar ieiit of the claims The hearing of the report is net for the 15th. te fore Judgt Montgomery. a Leg Broken. Timothy Ferris, i. f Hutu r worth a enni a section hand ou the tirand liapids A lndi ana road, broke hi left leg below the knee yesterday. He was engaged with a number of men in relaying ties, near the railroad bridge, aud hal gom-t the rier brink to fix an axe helve. While there a large oak tie slipped down the embankment, striking against hi leg with the atsjve result. a The Ravages of the Cotton Worm. CaIUO, July U. - The ravages of the cotton worm are eit ndiug through' great alarm is felt tliat the crop Ite entirely destroyed. The ollicials have vainly sought for mean r-of checking its adianot . but hnr not thu far been U(xx-esful. FASHIONABLE Hatters and Furriers. 54 IfonroQ st reet. w keap th iu'-t grttlfi Mid the inot fa-liionahlf1 itylafl from nil tin' best mil 111a1.11 f;irt Bra in t bo u f 1 1 ry. Sole agents for the oe brated "KNOX" Bate. Merchants and Manufacturers OF GRAND RAPIDS Ami vicinity, will tinl a full line ol OFFICE STATIONARY -AT- GEO. A. HALL & CO. 29 MONKOE ST., At Lu an Pbi as. W. S. Ginn i Sova WHOLESALE and RETAIL IKA I.KhS IN Heavy and Shelf Hardware, AND House Furnishing Goods. rrrra it uuii KIM IX'KS. at V, 'jf. i :. :arI lr. MORTIC1 IKKS. at 12 H. U UX , ), . l. 70. 75. 11 ti..vi, fi.no. $a.oiVwsUa ot ia. lft, , 2T.. an, f. rt. 90c tttxl tl It HIM LATHHER 10. 1, ao. otwi 2ftr Mi:TH'f LATt Hl 30, 2f. and Tftr. PAD IJCKH, ', . v. 2 j: f ' -N.H I'd'TTS Wh I'AIK ft. ia i2H. lft, an, sa, mx m. m. w. ao. 7ft. -t. fl). HJft. tl', tl 7ft. $mW ImmVoM POCKET WEA 10. ift. art, as, jw. . tt, m av tr ny m, tfrnuvo mu ( .-ramir m ElmtMe Vmm VI1 Wv f f . rww aof mm W S. GUNN&SONS. 4" mad 46 Monro ftlrwot TOM CRIPPEM Lodioft Bloc. andCulorod S.;. hHI ; SKlr II. tbl. llUO you vr aaw. lo loot lii now tt i. for aft Hft oud aAi- an aUuii a tun. a Lo. .i .11. i.n i vl! auia4i to a trouooJ rat- litr tOotof flmmtoraw M au fhf tHjliutOf. V c tall a attmmmsl Jofttty fur TVot U tvtoilrsi ruscaherv f rvOB mm to M ravli A ttjr pssl quality wariLmS ojmI $lJm aua a vwr f.sJ .lrw for $2 Wr nlao boaotlaioc of aottttlmV iua- r-i.mi,, for rJL.rM). $n. fo.50 mu& ..i.aarOa mrmaw a aoi amt. Caneta. Wboti wa Mamttmttowi our , trade u tVra!a out U oouhtwd lara. It ;u- us to aUiorur to uuaar.l of lift lh i. i not jiut ao larj,v ttj it a a Ve r,!. ft,' ! !,. ' ba fouud ui tin market, i ThHstr ! , - (i t! evtromo loV niaof .'.. tV. ?: 1 !:?. i o:4it4tf a low rt Vt-'a-. -Vi,'. :fs H 4V Vs. .Va tVk t I.hm Um 'aroal aawortttmttfi of attorna aa well a tne bowl luaaoa to I fo 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ! i 1 ! , , ( ur Kt t4 of Vklvvtj Ht 1 1 .1 1 f 1 .1 ft 91 M f 1 ..ift it- U-.itj,i all quttatiuatno loxmt ttOmtttwmV OOIIMHl.I.i. .-v. ; ('lions, ltwuu inaiiufiK-t . Mw nTEa fnnu $1.10, f 1.2 '. $l.'trMiil $1.40 ivunpriM'- t)M inrvoHt hairtmatt hihI lot jtialilv. mm ITttii II ot r,$l.(ia 11 1" ud $l.lfti rhajijM-' mmm oaii Ih- fiuti in to I "mt.i Mi,:-' n :. : w I to iiuranUs-ttnt " ' hhiii tiiHt niif tTHde i ivmiiiir from pla ImtHiroda 4 miloti from i rand lu.pula. hi uiN.i A (Vimi airr. If tll p.sM. ' ' il,KI- all thir inrciuii in low aw tbay mtt tiiii; lr;. .: '.-,r(a ot ffttf oMaltlihl iu.tit. Mit-y aoiil, arvMumtlato waltli at a rat that would ana maka tbia th roowt wtoJUiy State of tha l inom HiHiKu (MfAwr. 60-COUNT THEM 60 Only 60 Left. 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