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Grand Rapids Morning Telegram.
VOL II -NUMBER 194. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, lttHO PRICE 8 CENT ACCIDENT ON THE LAKE- MiLMAoAce 3MtAH5 ritH tit AM to M A Nrro fca- From Oval Disaster Coneterriation on atii M Vug. 14. 1L -.UMtunar 'Citj iMIllll i urWUl by U U H A M lft tira&td Ha en Una tuoru jlockv, wm iw4 into port Uii d. At a. in. , ffu auout forty utile fruui port. rier valkuurf beau. 1 h -MiUactlA abaft lit lilt ful ami a nrmm Uter uw fMur prt jt Um ugiu vaa ooinpietvl dinoraii.d. TWi W-tf tAtft wee thxuwa eft 9 ILL trecnan ttuwe fore. tore, up the ujidklht pert of the leo 1.:H and piawi havoe to Um aaiuuu. the tjUameg of Uwh wa aimoal Blind? vi The tttMU of th. to b nhainil IB onlar to of Um boat, lb we a truly fawrful Mt. . , i. - : ' ni Ami rmtu I viidiv from lit oebina to be int out id by apt- mwaJln.nu and ou head u prevent Uui from approaching the torn down pat of the parlor ue lady paavmu gvr. Mr. Aewood, fratu aw. Paok ipr ianowd Mich fright that bar hair turned gray Ltfa rwren wr distributed, but in the meantime tho Captain bad com to tha gratifiutf oouciuaioa that tho ball of the fMti had remained intact an J that no dan gvr from Or had to h feared. Had thta eawarrval tha outcome of tha affair would kmvw bawu tvrrtble. At th time a heavy ale vim bloving, which totMnsd tha tainer around and added to tha horror of the seen. A to hoar vere p i undar three eircuui tAvN. vbn larg -deam barge wiw sight mi ind signalled for help. Nobody vaa m jurl. The loe ntaiud by the company w I reaea $30,008, wmwh ta covered b inaur aaee. The entire inachinary vili hare to be replaced. I fev montha a?o tha eomiany !at tha ateamer "Mich. gin,-' vhich van tn the ice. The l. (4. H. X M. limited expre due at fkflf laat evening trrived in thii city at about 1 Art thta morning III oon a poeaible afVr Aha arrival in port at Milvaokee of the di Med ateainer, the " Wicoain" va fitted OVjA and brought the Milwaukee'" paaeen gert to Grand Haven, at which place the train m held a A OH'O MAN RESIGNS A Member of tbe State Board ot Charities Steps Down. Coti nit -. 11 V ig Jl - Jim. P. Carterry lodaj teouered hu reaignafion t. the Gov ernor aa a member of the State Board of Charitiee. It ta aid Car berry made no ex planati n of vhy he rentgned. bat it err tninly gnv out of hn pat acy peech at the Stailo ban i let. He vae appointed by (iov. Hoadly lat Spring, and ht resignation at thi time induate that all ix not hannoniov. m itkrt. ig 4 - J. B. arbrry aid to a rnxfrtar thi afternoon in regard t lin reeignntion from the State Board of Cha-i u me ach a rumor ia afloat the rwiiae of my reaigimtion i -imtly I do not viahtoh.. ' ' mder the appointment of man vithvh.nTi I .IiTt o videly in politi cal view. l'r .nally "nd cially H i m a cloee friend f iTiine. v he ha been for many year, bat hi ndgment'4 oerroneou in the matter of pl4intment. nnd hi politi e. ti . -is' h g'-.ng I -an not w uetined in retaining a place under him. I mwm entertain the kindest feeling tovard oat old frientl. J idge Hoadly." Vleer'ei i . . K lg 14 At a late hour to night I -nted ' diepat' the reei gnat ion f 1 V arb ' -i - U a 1 ..f -.'vi-e Ch.nt ' ' Hoediy. eh.i i in the v the MavenWntn -g ' I he Ht.rw r-poed aa f ftemooo appomteti Col. I M OMceming y a Member vere hovn f on hie vay 'nrampmenL ov T thia i.n J Jvk eoa, of Perry r'ouutT. to be I'erSar-y ur. -wir ni- l !Ttrrie ftetveen Car- herry eixi myaelf ia. am 'leeidedly ojpel to hie man () Seill for .awtmaeter of I'm -innai m - ASKS fOH A RECEIVER. An Eo-t to Close a St Louis Sugar wt l'f i, A ig It VAm. Kent Foeter. a heavy hoAder of the Belcher Sugar Re i' i- g f h ! o !ay 'apn 'ei . rid ap the effei- f ; -.t pany Hh petition ay the aeaeta of tha eawaprtv ' t 1 rn the liahili v. ..,-r; . ',.,f o,- veAfftn hare been alew atleajw that tw fcawa da vhwh ni -Hed Thi Company, in lwJ, rctad augur r-fin er- it a cat if 'v-' on million h ; a- einew vheafc time there he been a ateady - "" 'o fe Cndentia' C'erk Vne i William D. Haynie. ' BheemimjAw'i- L' - ha been appointed nl eeieiary en the Firt General a a ealary of -, ,rl rhat Haynie new H VI -- :" M.' n'enl. n e Se a -neraJ vr Col. yaneemi Aw See beam in the depart yaara, and foe a enmbeir ea atoaf eivHt ia the Firwt Mar. reeivw by ad of C raarfy to the lary attai beai to I N - M i ' rH U - r" "l T tanT.a) rtig Acting i on atoawe valawe. o4 taw Gamerai I an tfie. Haa 4 ermine. J o ane any more rwtwaav) to V M-n PvavBl eM rvav! awatwat I 1 n-o.-i i ..a r-ia . -Snide mat aw iwad waa aat www tatod wrth ia Hto tone -unel hy law. aaw entil f vee fe finite acvwm am way or ma it her vo tp aftonld 'aim ( n, Veronal tfew pqvr of the ealatie hraweh ' - -i lie nghWi - - tawaat m, Amy. 1 A. The amv iaWaa4ew of ftaamkaa waaaavatoaw imJevamv toak iw ieetrt t n ft v ' Ht . of tha ftawa ttn' VI.-- Th NEWS A r LiRANOVI LLE A Man Wbo Stole Heaven's Livery to &r the Dei n hi adeem t f aa lu.aiaot I eaiUvLU., Sig. IA. B ktooday a lumU wearing a SaivaAiua Army bwdge. drwaeed m UuetLbitxiai.iignt ewuiploaioci, and apparently H to Jr years of age, oaiue to Uaa village and reu teal a Oail to bold beJvaAKrib .Army meet iuga U He Uirti looa stToo oUl dUiotig tn ferment and ienrued Uie uatnea of wai of the veeJ tin eel, ceme bcA to tbe village eVad peawawied aw arder to M H McCoy for .5 caeti, viguco Aoi. kiovietl. Mr oy kweWf ieWPlH.ioa tbat all vaa not right rrf i-aed to hottor tbe J reft. He thru veUt to -lore of J. VV i 'l.eterboue. and pre M itH m t:.rr .r lr' r :.c gurd VA ui Howiett, to loetertiouac clerk, a Mr I. (ireeavood. who. thinking to piewew Mr. Hovtctt and tbereby bring in more ebekela for hla rmployrr. cached the order .About tvo houre later it turned oat that Mr Hewlett tted not given any order on any one, and that both order were for gene, and whew Mr Greenwood went where the aalvetiowiaC vaa, the alvationit vaa not there, aiul baa not been heard of aince. .A lavauil haw ben alarled here which protn leee any unoaut of litigation. It is between the v W t Coin vere to uh e authorities on the owe eide and J. rrhouae on the other. The Street toner ordered all peraon who ..ULig ti.o -oi-w k -ar the tame, and all yed eicept Cloeterbonae, who had rolla of barbed wire and agricultural imple ments on the outeide of the walk in front of hh atore 'ltjeterhouae refueing to move them, the Atreet Commiaeioner moved theni for him, when Cloeterhouee proeeeded kt fill tbe vacancy with huge to nee. The Cotn mtawtooer then fiad ( 'ioeterhou-e ar'eeted for wilfully aud maliciounly obetrurting the walk. n coming to trial, the authoritiet hiiding that thry had not began right, sub mitted to a una suit. Now Cloeterhouee ha r re-ted J a. Jewell, the Street Com miaeioner. for -dealing hi bartted wire and other obatruction. while the facta are, Jewell only moved the atuff from the walk b Cloaterhouae'a own warehou-sea. Dr. Wee ton, wife and on, Mir-. Carrie Ball, Mlae Mile) Hitwlill, Mr and Mr. lxren Lay and Mie Kobte Weeton are ru-ticntiug 1' ! ici!vihrK Ml-- ! a ('armaaSM lnding her vacation viitiug relativee and friend at Schook-raft nnd Sturgi. The Adveuta are holding nightly ineetiuge here uuder a lare teut. a HANCOCK S ACKNOWLEDGMENTS General Orders Expressing Obliga. lions to Assistants at the Funeral. New Vokk, Aug. 14. (ten. Hancock ha i iel geurml order acknowledging hi ob ligation to all who took part in the remov 1 - ld from Mt. McGregor to Nev York and in it final interment. Special mention la made of officer and other hiving charge of variou feature of the oeremoniea. In formally thanking hi taff for their aitamv. the Geueral re marks: "The preaence of Gen. Gordon, of Georgia, and Gen. Iee, of Virginia, among the aide de-camp wa eapei'iall) gratify ing." Among the military organization in the funeral proceeaion vho receive the Gen eral' acknowledgment by name, are the Virginia State tfwopi and the Gate City Guards, of Atlanta. a THE ELECTHICIANS. They Consent to No Plan for Putting Their Wirej Underground. Nrw YoaK. Aag. 14. -At to-lay' meeting of the KL-ctncal Sut way Commiaaioner, in the Metropolitan Hotel, the Cnited State Illuminating Co.. declined ubmitting any plan for an underground ytem Preaident Lynch ay any plan which hi Company ;night ubnut would be applicable to it own ri-e would not erve other Companie. The Bruh BawMi Company and the Mutual Diatfisl IVIegraph Co. -nt cmniunicationa etting forth that it i impracticable to have an andergr--und tem for their wire. George B. Pennrick encloeI plnn for un derground contraction. IVnnnck ay he ran dip! irate the entire overheat! ayatem in New York rity with hi underground conduct a SUCCESSFUL WHALiNG. Report from the Flet in Arctic and Alaskan Waters II -uimoToN. Aug. 14 -The Secretary of the Treaanry ha received a report of the movement of the revenue cutter "Corwin." in the Arctir region and Alaekan water, l i e '..-win'" officer rej-irt the wreck of ark ,Napolon"' and "Gazelle" of the whahng i-et. and -riou inj-iry by ice to the whaler "Alanttc" ami "Flia." The whaling eaon haa provel nnaually aucre-f-il. n-twir' tanding the fuct that naviga tion ha been accompanied with more than u-ual danger. The flee caught 110 whale, on vaeaei catching evn in on day. A" oca Aamst Loring a Bondsman. .-T'a, Aug. 14. A VA'ahington apecial to fcoerf way "Judge Durham ay he loe not ee that there i any anawer to lie mad to Ir. Inng' ltter beyond acknowl edging it receipt. No point haa been mad by the I Victor to caue a change in the Comptroller' ruling that the funda of tha buran wer jnt in a manner not uthor ielby!ay. Action to recover the amount cla med by Lonng' bondmen are to be t The Business Rrord. Nv law. Aug. It. THeb'iatne failnr during the paet even (4ay thmnghowt the tinfry r rel v y K I "in X Co.. of wr.r.til agncy. ar 11 f.r tha st oe and ev-nteen for Canada, a ,f .- a -omparel with of 11) iat vek and Jol tbe prevmna vli Tke VAeatem and Fac.,. fa? furnh thia vk mo-e than half of the entire nnm'-er of hne ina caanalMe icvnrnng in the Cm ted HtHte T Hose-Th.ef Removed from OfFice wpwrfov. Aug 14 "oIomm W right. CrnmrTonr of ?he lahor Bureau, to -lay reappointment of C. P. J add aw aaav v .-n- -e Bureau, rwvoked. Seeauae of hwi rerwnt r-f - - do on a eharge of re e tea!tng. and hi adi'citting hi guilt ami aio that S Had ervii 'rm in the penitentiary f-r ?he earn if?ane. . Me- tfawwai rjv Mo" , - ' Sew N m Kit 'i SeatM A AraWr '- -a '.) t vaing of the trant Monu Te.? 4aoeiaticaa to ha held Thnedy ig jn. at flja a . at the N w V t ! :-. - - Bjial KuildlOg. - en,- twwi ow plan and maen 'or reeire toe - -vel -rveajnmeet I en Grant Bg P-ea f cweii t irf I 4 In r e ew ho I I TH 4 n t -m r. a y et - j IN AN ASYLUM 27 YEARS A SANE WOMAN 8 Ml&FOKTUNE Strang Story of Ajjie Brinca e s t perience at the Pennsylvania State Insane Aylum Naa Aoaa. Aug. 14. A diepU-h to U AreMiav P( from Philadelphia etatew that 4ddi Brinvkle haw juet Ocn releevwd frotn the State luaane Aeylum at Harriaburg, vhere ahe haw been oonlined -' yvare a . .gh rf.-li aiir lhirly ) eara ago the family of Mia Brthcklc'e father, lr. VAm. Draper Brincklc. vere IcciJera in Phil dclphia eocicty, and Addie vaa the centre of admiriug circiee. Kevereea Qually avepl aVay the Loclor's fortune, (educing the f axnUy to uncomfortable circumatauuee. 1 o raie muey for neoeaaary el pen --, Addie aoid the piano and furui lure which had not yet berU fu;ly laid for. The ovuer KUed lirr fur wrongful conversion of pru-erty. VA lth the ideaof aaviug the family honor. lr B inckle cauaed hi daughter to be placed in a luualic aayluiu, intending to necure htr rrleaee in a very abort time. He died auddeuly, how ever, leaving her in the lUatitutlou, vhere the remained until releaaed by a aSWammSSwa iti i-in-M) a tt-v : - g" H r n o'.nr- m. ! former friend had either beeu apathetn-. or had feared raiaing unploaeant Uetlon m the inveetigaliou that vould hate followed any attempt by them to release M i Briuckle. A letter written by her Ui Itr. Ihomaa G. Morton finally led to au inquiry into her mental condition. She l uov at the oouvaleecent'e retreat near ttleu Mill, Delaware county . W The Cholera Sceurge. P Aain, Aug. 14. Stringent measure are being taken to prevent the introduction of cholera mto this city. Traveler from the South are subjected to careful juarmitiiie m lection. A atroug military guard ha tn u placed in the environ to aid m enforcing tin prt-cautiou. 1 he treet are diliK" ' cltwnaed every night. 1 he- choler I 1" Hgillll reported ti be preitd ing ripidly among the French troop- on the Red Itiver. MAKMKii i.es. Aug. 14. There were twenty death from cholera here to-day. irNN. Aug. 4 It i rumored that cholera ha appeared at l ru -te. Trains Running Again. New YoBK.Aug. 14. Pa-aeuger and freight train over the New York, West Shore A BufT;ilo railway are running without inter ruption on account of the recent torm in the Mohawk Valley. It i ascertained at the offices of the Went Shore road that the report that their bridge were avept away are untrue. The V t Shore escaped eriou damage, because their track ar higher than thoas of the Central. 1 he iron bridge of the Wet Shore are the heaviest and moat nabatantial ever con structed in this country. On a Sad Errand. Jackson, Mich., Aug. 14 Mr. and Mr. Walker, parent of the unfortunate girl Maggie Walker, who died here yesterday, ar rived from Clevelaud to-day. Mr. Walker l a banker at Ahbury. a suburb of Cleve land. Both the parent are proetrated with grief at their daughter' fate. The positi va le rt fued to say anything except to th sheriff. They knew Maggie wa in Jack-on. but knew nothing of her condition. They will not apeak of the man Hubbard who Maggie claimed wa her husband. No di poitiou ha yet been made of the bale. e Another Democratic Samt. I n i i n a i 'o lis, Aug. 14. Taw announce ment that the President ha- appointed Fx um Saiut. ' Newcastle, to be pecial pen-ion examiner for this district, occation great -nrprie. Saint wa convicted two year ago of violating the pammm taw. and wa- fa There i at pre nt a similar charge againt hirn awaiting trial. Saint wa- a member of the legislature of 180, and ha beeu a Democratic politician of local promi nence in Henry county. Another Ohio Man. WaammSTtSnt, Aug. 14. en. Luther M. Meily, of Lima, .. ha been apamtel Aitant Commiaeioner of thefieneral Land Office, vice L. Harrison, resigned. He i a native of ( ihio and erved in the I'nion army on Gm. A'amlevr-er'a taff. At the close of the war he studied, graduated and afterward practiced law until 1-7. when he wa np t ointed odjntant General of the State under Gov. Bihop. e Maxwell Eastward-bound. Las V an, N. M., Aug. 14 Maxwell, the St. Ixiui murderer, passed here to-day on the Atchiaon, TofJeka Santa Fe K. K. eaat ward bound. He appear rather nervon-. hut endeavor to play the French ro'. Guard watch him eloaely during the day and at night he i chained in the berth of a leeper. He will reach St. Ioui Sunday morning. A Desperate Convict St. liria. Aug. 14. At Claytoo. St. Iaui Co.. Johnnie Beaucleigh, a notel confidence man. wa to day entenced to two year m the ;nitntiary. H had expected acquittal and upon enUnce being paaed. M Mawg vhite vith rag and bud th jil.-- t 1 jury f 'pon being taken to hi cell, he -irnl a vater pitrher and attempted to twain the ! K l -;tj Sheriff vith it. e A Sad Fatality. Whifi ivo. VA . Va. Aug 14. Iat B I while Mr Madiaon Ihinhem. living on Prneinr eek. Wetael county, va f.atting her ehtldrwa to bed the lamp wa "i-V t oil ignited, and the bed clotbe Uok fire me of th child. n. a girl of in bnrnl to death Mr. Iunham. hi wife and tl chiWren wee fataUy burned in endeavoring to ttingniah the rial!, e Barry A'reafed Again Saar Santa w. Mich.. Aag. 14 -Repreaen tafiv- Bar--, a- ar-aeed ,n 1 -?:- ' (and Hi i thi morning. H wa ar a time on the warrant reom oat by ton Co -f vi ke. th c- - A Moo Mocve'ul Outlook o' Cotton H r ar Tx A ig 14 TipacKa ' naraavrona rxnate thoifhraA the T. ta .. t- it o day raprrt of.ona ami timely -ama w-er. w. gi , -e-d-i r . he dront which te1 nr'y a moath and meeaten d An mm the Norton crop It i Kw h'Tnet" 'he t i t atea Tovt "noah rtotrii a , a - Ate i aa An 4 THe rt niiat John AnarA vera tert WWW wlmtw, a !MawVcwT4U:aaw4 THE wUMbkK T HADE Hatber Dull at Prwawnt, e. P . : - s of a Fair Fall Trade A rwaaaawAatie of lata lunaaa oaikd upon Suiith VA ajterboul, of the Drm of i ifUrr' -.. t .wUrr 0jk.el eeleiUay. and inquired ot him regarding the preeent oouditi on and future outlook of Lue lumber ing bueineaa, W vtuch he iuJ At i reecnt trade U aa gooU aa it va a year ago, Put no bc-ller. and I think the botlom hay been roearhed 1 tasre U a good Jowtng tor bet ter priove lias r d and we are iooaiug tor a gJ dc .iid 1 litre has be-h no material change in pricee aime Wie Spring " ' liae li.e labor itoublea in the Saginaw aliry at fectcd the priore in Una diet rut ' aaked the acribe. "No, the elrtkee have had a ten drncy l make 4 - a ,.U.r strungef there, but they do not affcl the geUerrl U.tiiitU any 1 he mill oa nero in the ;aginiw V al ley haw not a great many lg u ' J thi tivaruti and will be able to cut ail the) have before navigation cloeee. Norway 1 ine n ruff ring eotne, but wLile pine la in fair de maud and 1 think we wll have a good Spring trade.' C. Morton, of Morion. 1-wir ACaj , mj uelt eeen and Hooke a follow: " 1 he iumtriiug buellieaa 1 radier dull at the preeeut time, although the indications are thai it is picking up somewhat (io.l ium-lx-r hvlda lie own for price. The deprecia Hon 1- moatly u(an the poorer gradee. I have jut ben talking with a gentleman from Dululh, Minn. lie say pr or arc U Hi r tti-re tr.an i.hrj htv (-. u for s4)ii.r time and bu-ine-s is gradually picking up, and from my observation 1 think will have a fair Fall trade." 7HHEE GHEA1 MANIFESTOES. How the Mayor is bringing About Mighty Reforms. A luug time ago the Mayor said, with much authority and aeeuuug earnestness, the fakir and gamblers must go. To day Ihe city ha- more of this cla-s than ever at fore. They swarm in like tiiee in a soup booat taltaga rain storm Ihe gamtl.ng hell run night an I day, and during the la-t forty-eight hours two men uport having la-eu done up b local fakir-. There are many strange face in the gang and Grand Kapids is u parently looked upon as a Mecca 1 their?. In the second place the edict w. i.r forth from Hi- Honor that the venders of hay and wood mu.-t no longer congregate upon Summit street. Fvery day since the order went forth it has In-en strict ly unheeded, aud the seller gath er in the mart, bargain, smoke and laugh over the chief ruler's folly . The proclamation wa then issued to that part of the world known as Grand Kapids that the rude, barbaric muic of the Salvation Army must no longer It- heard in the land, l.i-t evening the army w ith the band at it head paraded tlie principal street- of the city. The Mayor lives a long distance from the line of commotion and misery, but if he wi-he- to become renowned, patriotic and popular, he will show his countrymen one of his orders, the latter, mu-t be obey ed. The people can submit, if not gracefully , to the fakir, gamblers and hay market, but to the music of the Salvatiom-ts never. I he city is already making a large showing 111 Btata asylums, hat the world can little afford to Ma the metropolis of the valley turned into one va-1 mad house. A BOLD ASSAULT. A Lady Has a Terrible Experience with a Thug. Last evening between B0 and '. o'clock Mr-. Albert H. Warfel, w!,o resides at .'I South Division street, was as-au!ted hj some unknown person while she was upon her way home and ju-t at the corner of Island and Spring streets. The corner i a dark one and her assailant stepped out and grabbed one of her arm and at the same time struck at her with the other hand, which she thought contained a knife or revolver. She missed the blow directed, screamed aud wrenched away from the villain and ran up Island -drect to South Division. Her assail ant did not follow, but fled in the other di rection. DpoW anviug at home Mrs. War fel found that a long slit, as though made with a sharp instrument, had bwav cut in her drea sleeve and her arm was alo slight ly cut and bleeding. I'nless the thugwa making a Inild break to ecure her money and jewelry Mrs. Warfel 1 ignorant a to what may have leen hi motive for the at tack. No clue to the identity of the villain were obtained lat night. e OTHERS MAKE REPLY. The City to Reap Great Benefit from th Reunioi . Although the invitations were -nt out the early part of the present week n Grand Army Post have taken action and decided to attend the reunion of the Army of the Cumberland, to le held in this city Sept. 1' and 17. Word ha alo l-en received from Gen. 1 1. AI. Poe and Col. Sylveter Larrud. of Detroit, and Capt. Kohinon, of Mil waukee, that they will lie prent. The lat ter gentleman promise to get a large h-t of veteran, who are reeident of V ioonin, to come with him. From nrly every state in the I nion will com large delegation, and the cun mi ttee wi I) endeavor to end them home well pleaaed with the entertainment and hospitality Grand Rapid 1 eatable of giving and will give. The value of am 1 reunion to thia city, where leading mr-n are gathered from everv State and clime, and will t made to knov and feel the city ' h) alty. hoapitaiitj and enterprise . viil lie ine tunable. Services at the Jad Discontinued There are n-v thirty -vr: ; naoner oon fined in the jail. Horn of. them are of a cia that ar not likeh to be benefited by attending religion meeting and ha- given the officer o modi trouble vhil attending th Y M C A aerTire. that they have d nded to diarontinu th Sunday eerv.ee frrr t the ; reaent. F-nr of the priaoner ar in an detained f r af- lie., g. ar.d tvo of them ar very violent if the thirty v en hut fonr re famalea. The National Bo'lu oLaror. W fA Wandhv. the apeeial g-vt nf th Nattonai Rnrean of Ibor. kt in the nty. atvfminc Sweet H ' M' M andhy ta T ' - " tf f - J ' - - .r ,. ; rae of H -v at ri IrrwB. Aag. is. lam m '- irva-"" 4ms stomw give a mo f awneaHt arws V taw aftom fi imJr 44aatwm ami taw amlavmrt fpervrl pt, n i ai 1r--lT5 ; rreS a- T A CHINESE MUKDEKEK. H.-S UTHAUTiON FROM CANADA Fong Ah Yu. the Swppoaed Muiot'n of Sing Lee b'v-j:' 1 t'oo. Mor traa to Rome, N Y. Koain, N V., Aug 14 Fung At 1 . . alleged murderer ot Sing la-, waa brought here f f KjLLt Montreal llua afuruix4 on ri ir adilj. 'L ,;., n lmmeaiar crojd availed hi arrivai I : . b rn was hand -cuffed to Li priaonex and maiviMd uj im n-i.in . ! Jaxuoe street to Kecoider Dunning V ottiia With a deaiao throng on bod sides and in Um rear. There Were shout of "hang lh 1 tnna man" and "string him up but no vioUojor Vaa feared or alleuiplod 1 lit prieonn an anxious look, but a forced si. a going along the strrel He pit adeU not guilty. Hi examination waa net foi Sept . and lie waa locked up in the poll or station. His counsel is Joeiah Perry, of I lica rag Ah Vu naye he can aeuouni for his abeehoe from Montreal at the time of the murder and hov he obtained Aineiicau 'umutj Several persons, howtvrr, ideniiTy Wong Chin 1 00, vho acted as decUrctive in the case, has been in Montreal ovei a month He came here with the prtnouer and leave for Nev lwrk to night. THE HAHDLY-EVtRS WIN T he Game ot Ball Yesterday Afternoon at the Park. A large crowd witnessed the game of bail between the Hardly Fverr and the Seek uo Furttiern, at the ball Park yesterday. Ihe game was somewhat tame ai. ed. The following is the soori U'HoLt r . r i. au Tb E a aaax-ao i umm. Ml lb I h Stone, c f 1 W iberfar, Ur h 4 filing. 41 b VVkea. 3d b 1 Mi abe, c 4 Bamwar, p 3 Mi yj wwaa, 1 f 4 L VV megar. r f Mi rmaeil. 1 1 i Howanl.l hi 2 i 1 n 0ld. r f ii ii W 1 liailibd . I Hull, p I i Im iery. aa 1 1 i oilma, 2b U u I'aul, cf U 0 H-helerabO U Aldru-h e 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 a I u 1 U a i i Total. T Ms 11 .11 L.tals. r, - i- t: 12S4S67 If Hardly For. 2 3 '. 2 4 0 II 1 14 Seek-uo Further 0 u o u a V 0 1 I t, Luipire. Jack M he-.er. League Games. Buffalo ( I 0 f I I I l- St. Lsaii u 0 0 0 0 ti u it Hne hit, buffalo I1'. St. mai laTtam HuftnJt) i, rr Leaki u nteawaa, awmxj aini lloyle L uipire, bullnan. The following ahov the a'anding tional I'Hrue - luhs up t date. f U. CLL'BB. IAMT. WON. I'LolIi. Chicago .17 ftu 77 New Yk 1 5 .1 Providence 'A 44 M Philadelphia SV :v 7f. Kosnu .47 7& 8t. Louia 4 W 71 letroit 50 75 Mutla o II 24 75 . a The Hotel Registers At thk Mokton C L. acharie, New York; H. Hman, N w ork. . I. d;m .-, Detroit; H. M. Johr,-on. Middleville. . R. EvbMbS, Fitt-burg: V". H. Ford, loi.do. S . ( lurk, BtmamV W. B. Wiawav, Philadeluhia: D. Shurtleff, Cleveland; K. K. 1'eck. Park ville; A. Samuel-. Philadelphia: L. Oawier. Chicago; J. J. Diamond, Detroit. 1'. s. Clancy, Chicago; H. H. Kendall. Washing ton; J. VV. Ford, Ciacmuiiti. At Sweet'k. L. A. Warner, Jr., Buffalo; (t. B. Northrup. Newark; D. A. Beck. S. York; A. Mclnto-h. Nev York: A. P. Hutch in, New TfJfkj P. (i. Marahall, ( latalaml. W. (, Froctor. (tlouche-ter H. M- rO I rhatham. Oat ; K. M. Bird-nil. Chicago; K. F. Sprague. Greeuville: W. M. Ford and wife. Chicago: W. S. Wandhy. Washington; L. A. CHrnbin. Findlay : A. K. K)f. Lvou C. L. Wilson, Ionia: J. Brown. Detroit AT THV. HaI H HI N - F. L. Hope Kin! Wife. Hnmilton, Out.; Charle- Morgan. Chicago. F. S. Fckis. Pfttobaw, Fa H B, Bi I New York; Sila Stafford, Hamtimfm' i. H. Joue, Philadelphia: H. 1. I har, Holly ; W'm. W. Poet and wife, Ionia: .1. L mt Cin,la. Detroit. At mr KawU -VV. B. Kendle. a'alanial F. F. Liven-on, Chicago; J. M. SterUag, Detrnt; V. Iay, Kawawmmxto; Mr-. .1 Allen. Cleveland: Mr. H. Van Slike. Njw Vork H C. Pier. Eat Sagmav; T. J. Sheridan. Phal adelphia; '. North. Flkhart: S. Fh. lj-. De troit: h Soott. Cincinnati . V . 4. Blair. Cm cinnati: (i. Held. New Aork. 1; L. hrarj. (roahen; (4. AVheen, Chicago. a Their Vacations. VN AniN(iTia, Aug. 14. Sa-rretar Lamar ha not yet derided vhen he will go awaj on hi mmmer vacation. Firt Aitant s-cr. t;.'y Mnldrav will leave here for hi h next week. Com mi loner of Fatnt Moi.t gomery will leave VA a-hington la fore the end of the month, and Aitant Secretary Jink will go nwav early in Sept mmal A Railroad Mm j Death. Rkhmovtd. Va.. Aug. 14 Col. 1 torn Dwmi meal, a pmminent railroad official, died at hi residence in thi city to-day. ared . For Buhop of Salisbury. lyiwimw. Aug. 14. Tte Bihopnc of Hah bnry hap feen offered to iVx-tnr Wordaworth. a relative of th famon et. Secs at the Qum" Iowr., Aug. l.r 1 fie S' i,ilarr1 neeT at the ljnxi ' .eaeh a "mootl ing -v -j 1 rver rgardle of fact Chicago Maret nrni-v Y A Tna C'-vm H! vi. Kinra An 14 IW. ( TaMea Rew.neH W.t ar.d orn wl Hiv. lm W7hvt Aae S rW- "a a ra-eV r , ' (M 44 H 44 S Owl Hr- V V M a V"rk I v V I V-t k 2H T- 1 lawd He, t I I I N Vrrlr Nrw Toaa rat u Nobmv shavM aae7 pee . KarAvaw rlrawet atedy a fl Nrr 4 Actaa! rva. 4 Tfc4 fm wi aara. and i ,Wi Wt Um demad rad 4 . erevvna l bmi 4H A Dafet f - f rai ve a ar 4 ,r hvl av 1 o .- vr Mvse., Established 1854. Our Natmriul I -iclirat igi tAipthpr an it Ii the Iuva i r ia v art selling our I M toodi and (emfpail f- I'tt'lllr t tin- -ity !y far a rvati linilllefir of paopltl fnun cviM'j section f ur state t han ee' bafotal OH ;mv OOtSMOfl that lias ever ocvured in the In.-, tory of Qruid Rapid, Si'hlNt. & COmMBl . ur ent ire stock f Sunnnei Dross Uoodt. Si!k. I'anisolb w I ;m-. rnffW, Hi-ieiy. 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