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r Moramg r VOL. II -NUMBEK 203 GRAND RAPIDS. MICH, WEDNESDAY MURN1NO, AUGUrfT 90, 1885. THREE CEN .S rei mm mi 3 VANDEKB1LT. PtNNtfYLVAiSi A J HA;L HOAO iWAR Prelum rta'f ( QrantJ or- i i tha ft utalar t ie Vr.Jwrtilt iniareit aal vi.1uh1 for a nULuitiJry in iiliu- Uim ruMMMl trufr of . . t - t rt.,i .J "... u, i)Upl -if IU lUli its irriUlt . r f - . r vi. . i . nkwa Cmmm ajirivJ, um Mfc hraata Rirj. William 11. Wu FIG Jartmt Mu.iiaM V aruJajrtMll, HaB Uumi Vt. K TmsMn Anirjw 4 rur .-. I laltta, UMll l'u, waa. t. Vrutue. B. Kiaio, Uetir C. rata. U.ramS. BUt. K. r'.r,rumu. J t B H , ... it u y lhipp-, ir . Ba-oj. I ...-.-..! .- . . riu. 1 IL ttMutui. J t. W rUowa. aeautw A AMUtu nufix.i JMJ . Um tuc -r- ., ..I--.- r m -r f . Sulti t'- l.. - . i ul tUlpil. (MO. B. Hojr- I- i.i ! - J C erriut. Maraa t Lireiei nd Ytortftut t i oiupaui After fall reel tl uf r faeto which led to ta ut utu i.y the Atloruey uentl tbe -. . , i i.-4 ... i ! niMii h follow oia of thm be raqmrrwl to uiike full di uivry kUidr uaili A ill nd singular the rami ead portieeler ly of ell aptia tMa, awatiant ad rwiuaaU by writing or rteJ iMrtaiuiu' to the U end transfer I etOCt r uiTirrrTn in Tf"- Bouth l'-i.:. . Tea n Heitroed by William H nd-rt tilt oa the (Mher t)car...i ir eithtu uamed, or the transfer of MMM of the tovk property end fraacrkl of aul eoopeny to the rnay lania Kaxl nwd Coin Huy r to the Northeru I Vntrel Keilroed my thr oorporetma r (wruu m the uiternet or bvarnt of the IeoylvniA KjlroHil (' uupeiiy, or North era .-crtl Kilred t'oaipeny, or either. bWm 1 I het ierei bj -i'..-tl At0M me U eh BeeytfUoaw, ootrett M MeAte, whether by in writing or parole, to be noil utl 1 a igaiaal i ublc polny and to III.. 11 .if the ioll-r. T t; ? 1 Vlj t: ; 1U1 Chtrvi rkal wii lan-ytanie Railroad 'ii, i, , Sorthern iVnlml rnar'nt.1 u peny. r mq other railroad company whoee road I- b ' i il to. .iterated or in my iiuimrr by nrher the PeBOt) vaoia Rat! Mny at Northern Vntrtl Kailr ad be retrniued by injunction pr in'ii a hearing and perpetual, fm.in iarrhaMinf diretly or m aMainina iu any manner control rraoohiaea antl ;rtrty of the u-vlvnia Railroad Company or i teeing or in any manner becom or nther arHMVPaJ or inter bottdn r other obligation- of the i.i-ylvanta Railroad Company or i t r '. i-i!:-il iiit'J M ti. V-tnderbilt a a iff "-iiul ala on tran-frr ' interest therein a- aforesaid. I S it laid N B 1 underbill and idant Nx'k holder- of th- South i '.. : ; r. ; i:. I - x-b r ,r nkaenber- f -aid tKk aa . , t ha -tife'.-d into - tt:e bar,rain ir nrree--anl, fiHll a- defendanti h.'"t.. el by injunction from tran-fer I IVnn-j l'nia Railroad ompeny n Central K w!-h ! tn u.y . . ..-or iti .n . ir'm in trie n . ! 'w ; t-f nametl romame-or II '. -.i! J ..!!:;,. miei -hare- of er t- oe!ne-l by them in -aid ,:)lHina Railroad Company, hat the Snth IVrinlvnia Ku! kr . - -.'-rt- i -..-r traine by injunction, a.- afore i--T.l. r if f-o.Tj I HL mderbilt an I ndnnt any obligation- of -urh n the tran-f-r and -ale by them to i - N 'hern Central: snd bowd ' and other obtiffation- o be i-ued and lieiieered. be ji Ih in violation of the n of rr.ny lv una. i '.ejfal and of i -Moh other ami further rt-lief anted, a the court may see to be n.'tion w - granted by Mi Set n Mibr . A Ollli Htl f liinutary thereaftfr. dirertly r South 1 ' ;vr ing rrMi-Ui -t f aey Ibjwtii any other MM .lltv' be r r! or v any terv at ti Hi.n f v Hi 4H1.I . th. r , bat Ton .1 bill Dm M Oh per pai lit en al- flletl in a- of the ( arfleld Suth We-t- v w H raailiitiill V K V nlerbilt. fe. M . . Chauncey M. I p ham'-" f nbley. atiwkhM-ilder m gH SinbwNtrn ffeo. Rlert-. J i preiel. Morgan r in thia caae in. and nw hat of 'he Reach Creek t anderbi'it intereat i 'b Ra T" a,idr..-ck C Cwh ; . u '" V : ."ion ' 'h arti HHlni at the time f be R etwcl mu' ler. w-r- nn I '.-day in low rf-tfrry j mdl. THey wr left tr.e bi man ienng the de-crunm of lilkowkT The polio nrm reticent ahnut he.- i -.-of-ri-e. bnt it a believed they hare a -ine that will lead to the rret of ibe ajar- lerer tog tipri Martin Byme'a ktrtkfk wae I ' . H 1 ll.jior t.r ' : . .'.- ry,m r, tf v -(, 4pMrtfei whfrh in '-rf-- ' imW' the ea I i -ea . -trn w . VI i r - t an Bit the JI 1 b 1 'n tt 'he ld tet la day nd TSe fin-ra: See Prya Vc Ci- KN CHlb OF LAOOM Tha Eaacwt Cka"J Ho d i Very becre! f? o' S I u i '4 i 'irtAt awtirecy wae obrerved to-day a to Ue (nowunU A lUm uiemOvta t Ums fel&acutive Board jr Um KuitiU jf iXjt ttio arritwd in tnia cit from in-; SouUi ArAalider Siuiie Mv-Urr Vt j man of llila jurudiction, wae found at hie cam: n W comiina rwui of juc uf Wie daily pepera. "1 know uoihine' officially,'' he eaiO u eot, aud if I did 1 would .titled in rflVlti l to Uie pttblK'. VA ar a crei LkxIjt working for our mutual wwifare, and it le U. part of wiedom to kep our own oo.ttele. 1 will talc Ifaaarailj the humble of Labor don't en -triatMi where they oaa be averted, ate had too many foolish trikee iu Which labor bee been the euffervr ur deire la to have labor and capital eome to Ijeaher and coueult ae to the ngbu of adi. eo all diffreuoee may be settled by arbitra tioa " Vi t.'te Wbati olfioe it wae -tated that no awktBd bad been reOrived from lb labor deiegetoe, although it waa believed that a urrnce with the railroad official would tak place tnia rvvuin or to morrow. Ibe uiam(ra of the eiecutive board who are iutruilrd With tbe adjustment of rail road trouble are Mer. Howderlv, of VrtuUm luruer, of Fbiladelphia. Bucb anau. of LXeuver. Uayen. t New Brunswick, if. 1 nUf M .nittWUee. I mio. 1 MM rfeu lleaten had a confrrt. r !' b riry - -.(., at the t-toi llouae rarly thia afternoon. Nothing could ta teamed ctcept that tbe 8aathweteru -trike waa the subject of dia eoeeson. Powderly left at '' o'clock aud MlMsi at k He refused to be inter fleWed. inquiry at 0 u!d'a office elicited the feet that sM I there With tbe labor dalagtlea. ion; J wRe tided a meetiu of the Missouri Pacini- director at 1 o'clock. e THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. Durham Thinks Me Has Found Sonae thing Crooked. RlNHMl Aug. 'I;. The Treaaury of ficiala for some tune bate been looking into the eipenae aceoonte of the Alabama Claim Commi-sion. Hint of looaeneas and eitrav jjBTii iu busineea method- on the part of the court have laau throwu out. This led to an investigation of the ei pen see of tbe court and the reeult is Comptroller Durham has hMMW suspended ail accouuteof the Sm rt of t 'hum- under the head of "incidental eH--ri.se-. '' Vt hen Comptroller Durham looked over the accouht of the court he found on the roll-, outside of the era authorized by the law of reorganizing the court, an Assi-taut Coaueel for the L uited Statee, clerk to the aaeistant couu-el. e;- ;-taiif eiperts. clerk to eiperti. messenger, watchmen, -tr., whose salaries amounted to $.14. .Ml) per year. The Comptroller also fo'ind in the aMWMftj return- thart- had leen paid other aaaiwtant oounsel over ',() for the uar ter ending 1 .-tvinler I. 14. and aloat $7.ti for the .juarter ending March H, 1.'., beside- other alleged illegal payments. moug the -iecial vuoael -o engaged are Wnlker Hi iine, Y. D. Hunt, Hamilton Fish. Ir . E I Krelinghuy-en and others. These v rit-. WTe endor-ed a- correct by the nrffaidhlg julrfe f the court. The Comp troller fiuds no Ihw aotiiori.ing the-e payment-, and after consulting with the Secre tar of the FlMMiyW hM d'termiued to atop ail future payment of salaries. e KILLED A T MUSKEGON. A Baggageman Run Over and Terribly Mangled by a Train. H; ui MaMtati ai Tnr. Tii.Etsui ! -arteia, Vug. Samuel Thompson, a baggageman on the Chicago .V We-t Michi gan Railroad pa--enger train, wa- run over aud killed here, at 11 o'clock to-day. He w? -t.v -i le the tde track, with hia back toward a moving freight train that waa being switched on a -i.le track, falling u ler the wti. ei-. vhiah paaaad completely Q H bit bodj dtagoaiaBj, diembowelicg him and onarwiM terribly mangling hia bodjr. He waa a brother in-law to J. I). Hig'y.of :,ad relatiwa at S)ney f'reek, near Shelby, Mich. He was .'4 y. ar old. and "ingle. A MYSTERIOUS DEATH. Tbe Dead Body of a Man Found in Jackson I4 - . Mich., A L'" -The of r .rwi found lying dead on the r f room in the rear and over a rough MMO .ri Mill street at o'clok thi tnorn mg Soper hal leen employed to tend lar wo days ago. tb propnetor having tteen arrested for kej uirf a bawdy houae. The rwm where he lay waa his ,- inrf rom. Snper was J4 or i.". yea-- of ge, unmamed. and had a tep OMM n UaSM ar. l relatives, in Broklyn. -t.unty. A vHit;;e containing nitric acid wa found in tr - room, with two thirds of tha content- gone. A woman in the neit 4Hj she heanl Soper call to her b rfet up. and then heard him fall on the floor an inuueet will be I i .rrow morning. The authorities are s-ispiciou. - - Judga Coo'ey ProfS$or Of History a Ra. Mich., lug. 1A. Thia morning in evecntive session of the Board of Regnb it was reovel "that Thomas M. CxMey. 1. 1,. . be and hereby is elect ed profeesor of history and bn of the schorl of political .-i..TVH s.t a "alary of f'i.jnn. it ing ind -stitrtd that it ahall be part of hia .lutie to :- .-, --j-. f ;-.eti;- nn cntitutiona! sw Is attende.1 bf law stndenta of the rhon of political -tenoa." e P rg Up the Evammera m . if r-tstma-Ur Vsacy to lay ent tn .- I' -tmasar -.e -ssitf- f Sidney tdam. W H. H. s i ,.-r n ) Via M t Railey aa memf en of the Inejal Duaid of Civil Service K tam iner Vry t the ame time roeominnil! rnember of the 0 - n J Ha! ...-!!- T H M c and FranH v "s-y vemrs f th i'r- Serriise Reform 4oeisitton fco take the place rf the H TKe c(nf G-abb''S Fm BmmT metperaedly anbaided at n g' The a-4f'. - 'r ,nt rgt fvr 'hs 1 . ll.i !n r-i-.rr Tbe ofltWk ffW fl'7 (i"sr - y . - rati. 'Nvng e -eeteea Ha M;ch t i ," TS anbliee and -' rvwtaaM at aarnp Hank np-wied thi moraiag vim wa knadraJ oW eaaeane a? m n. who rite heal thatr kaahv ta-aigha. e - A O n-r D-atH ira. Mi4h.. sag. SL Asa Warr bwee. c; rsr- tf iea.l n .e ad -em.!.; n 1HANSATLANTIC NEW A MEfcTlNQ OF PAWN k h ' T IS AienJero Rw a and Franci Joa cpfi of Att'ii at Kroi.ar Tha Cholera Hacorg. 1 niaa, Aug. 'ib. Tbe members af U.t Irvah FerlisYUiontary party held a pruU mevting U i t '.. l arueil i reoided It was rwao.ved thai eouuty oottations nould Masult with Paruel ae to the aeleo tlon of proper cmu. 1 .u - - .J ji l.'.e coming general rleetiona, and tfiat ca"f IaU- Mil igu pledge that he will act and vote with tt.e Pamrll parly iu the event of hia election. ('andidaUm meet also pledge themeelvee to realgu their at la if a majority of Ui4ir ool league ahall vote to require them It A- o. r olio w tug the private conferene public meeting were held and Were ad dreeaed by Parnell. He aaid the triumph of .-ause waa aaeured whether the t:,igor lories won the election. The a, be said, offer aa good a -cheine for lriah aalf government ae tbe fTbiga He ei M lad farmer to support ttie National league and prove thru will not to allow iaad.. .rd to traujple u-u them. If tb will so act during the coming V inter they need have uo fear for the future. THE EMPERORS MEET. They Embrace and Kiss All Round and Then Kiss Again. Kiimmkk, Aug. '4. The Kmperor Francis I , ti and Km pre Kl'abeth. of Au-iria, accjmpanied by the Crown Prmce Rudolph arrived here at I . in. in the midst of a heavy shower. The ram fell inceeaantly until M o'clock, when the clouds broke, aud tbe sun is now shinmg brightly. The im perial party were met nt the railway rtatioti , 1 unit vou laafe, the Austrian 1'nniK Minister, and the local notable. Tte street iu the vicinity of the station were crowded with people, who euthuiaattcally applauded tfie imieriai trKi a they were drivi-n to the palace of the Archbt-bop, where the meeting of the Kmpr.ror and Czar is to take place. I I -in their arrival at the Arcbbi-hop's palace the C.ar and Czarina were affectionately welcomed by the Kmperor and Kmpre-. Mfe wa embraced and kia-ed by the othera, and at the conclusion of the greetings the Cm knelt and kis-ed the Kmperor's tmud. Trying to Shame Alfonso. London, Aug. 'J',. The Miy .Ysus'a Parm oorreepondent cay- that (ieut-ral Salamanca, of the Sp-iui-h army, will return the deooni tiou of the Pru-sian Red Kagle which tlie (ierman government beetowed upon bun. 1 he action of Salamanca will, it 1- hoped by ttie military otlicials of Spain, shame King Alfonso into resigning his honorary colonelcy of the I'hlen regiment, conferred upon him by Kmperor William. This Alfonso is rr DOftad to have already done, but the report iack- continuation. The Ravages of tne 8courge. MaMtwixMi Aug. j.". -Than wer.- sawantji new ca.se- of cholera aud thirty-eight death! in this city to-day. Toulon, Aug Mu The outbreak of choh -ra on board the aMMftl 'f the Hrf rich ."p-indron anchored near thi- city 1- eounrmed. T fiere were seven new case and thrte deatha to day. The Queen tor Arbitrator. ION00N, Aug. X The MMMMtTl Ber lin dispatch saya if the difference h. kwaaa Oaraaaaj and Bpaiaoaac tha sizare of the Caroline Islands 1- referred to arbitra tion it will be Queen Victoria, not King Humbert, who shall decide the caae. Supposed to be Olivier Pain. Caixttta, Aug, M a man in the garb of a priest, calling himself Father Victor, but who is supposed to be Mivier Pain, ha- been arrested here aud sentenced to six months' imprisonment as a spy. Boycotting Beer to Spite Bismarck. MaMBDi Aug. '". -In thepnncipal towns of Arragon in-. Mr g baTfl been held at which ;t wa- re-..led t- b.yc .. (rermai: beer. a- The Pennsylvania Democrats. Hi am-in bo, A'ig. '". 1 h city 1- tilled with delegates to the Ibjrcooratic State Con etition. which meet- in the opera house at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. From pres ent indication- there will be no tight what ever over the trea-urer-hip nomination. Conrad H. Day . of Philadelphia, is generally conceded to tie the man. The various dele gations are MWh at Holbin's Hotel thi evening. They almost MMsMMMatj endorse the candidacy of lay. It 1- expected ! to marnew Chairman Hcnfel will have the j re liminary arrang'inent- completed. 1 he convention promisee to be one of the most harmonious held for many year. e BASE BALL. aw. i.ris. St. Ismia M I I 1 1 I I 0-11 Rnffaio . 1 0 0 I 0 I I u V 7 Has M' Sr. U.ni V. MM 11. Error St lii-nis KJ Hnffalo IL PtteAMa, Kirt.yand 1 Mg L tnpire. Sn'livan. -Bi 400. tliieaaw 4 0 9 t 0 t t 0 0 iWroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Km MlmJ kangaj DMMltot. Krrnr ( hi re. I, Iw-frob C Pifrhra. iarkaoa a '1 K sein. Umpir. affoy. mMUva tarn ptponl on aeermnt of rain. e - Bandits Captured, l.aaar-'. Texas, s. ;g . ' mpany of a'dir bronght in five bandit yesterday, wh.. wr aj l",-ed twslre mile outh of thi place aft- a de;rata fight. There wr e nhts when attacked, bat tt.e aold r killed '.re. Two of thaoldir were danger u-ly wound! I n f the bandit slain was Juan Chevarna, only II year old. but i aaij to hare killed n per 4nD in hu career H was a brother f a doma ' hevarr'. who waa hanged here .m the 14th mt for murder. e To G'va the Yo re a Chance. S4R- - 4 y -j In the rr.-rg locj.tftn Republican at ' oramilte it wa 1." Id u- nbmit tha qnewtiovj of in "ei ---wr.ta -"Tt . f Vwj vwataoa. A rointKn to admit a dwla " or.-- - frnm each Yonng Mn s Reriibhean enl adopead. The oornmiti, tbe t?e w en ad;oirnl. Ev-Oov Feeiton Deryps Dead rb-retio -ig. JR ia K' wiaq Vewi re lal from i anetrrwn wy ex 'Vr Renha F'eiSon drorped dead m haa office at tha F -t Natiovial fwmk ' I tbia afMam He wa apcarer t n gr. - ! 1 .e w nppwd tn karee been the eaav e S ' ' a-,is i- "-e -e 44- -4 .-!. Sn -TtM Tnited mtaa :-:.T,--tm -v. -.a -! nMMlMM ftsnvma. sWAlm 1 re tANT& IU vVfeAR lh LHUvVN Hwtb Rowley Oaroea Quean Vic tor. a H.gnt to Role lfcogia"0 People who have ever met I be vitaMMM Mr. L :-arir 1 ooia. who over ur name of Kulh Rowley "CliU n?it-.. Uv paet few years Ua wntuia ooIuluu. UaL Ui slier tor aevvreJ of the uily tapr, w ui not be urpf4i to Uoai IU1 ie U augaged in writing a butoiy ot tsoolind. bcs.tu uo su tcl 1 conelde red loo lrge for bar to tackle. lhey will hardly be j re j 4 red U beMt. however, that iu her reeaxrab -t.e Um Ji.tvr(wl that lueeli iclori ti4u U rxgbl to wir a crown and '.hat the crown of England nJ rsoutiand at mmV if Ma as Uie entire British powi.onn, should t ,U real Upon tbe brOW of bor deVoleO bustud, wbo u uow known a t 'Lrle Sluari lot-ou. VSalport. Such la tbe ces low r. ai .ift she ba indud (4 reportei of the Sew York Hyrl, lo leke enough stock in her story to write it up, and ti.at Jasper baa publiahed it witti a picture or King aine 111., of Scotland, of whom be claims her huaband la a lineal dtwoeiideut and a picture of t liarley, lo show that his ttalure closely reaeuible those of hia supposed royal ancestor. She claims that her husband' rslative, the Stuart of Llant. ur). OoUMai cut, bve for many year mistrusted it. tit they wrre deaceudent of tbe Koyal Stuarts but until now have beeuuuablo to trac tin ir lineage back to au of the uieinht rs id ttie B U Houae with any degree of certainty. It i generally supposed Jaines 11 1 -.. .- ttt the battle of hauoliie Hum. June 1 but Mrs. lobia lia dwxv.ered uli.ce wt.icb prove clearly to tier mmd, at least, that he escai-l uuhuit, tied to the North of Ireland, and after IkMfMJ of the death of his wife Margaret 1 1. ;. mark married again, the S;uart of Oofl necticut being deeceudanbi of his child'en b bii -ei'ond marriage. It If cinimed that the Kiug's second wife waa "anunk: . lady of high degree, who in her own right had clftim- to the crown of Scotland." und as a sou of James III. and Margaret wa recognized ae the lawful successor of t.i ' itl r there 1- no reason why the children of the second wife, "the unknown lady, . should not be recognized h member- of the Koyal Stuart family. It la stated thai kIkjiu twenty five years ago tbe L'aubury Stuart undertook to prove their liueaue, but their plans were defeated by wicked tmlMMIiai frOOl QMM Victoria, who came oer and stole Ibe record from the U;wu hall in ttie village of Kent, about t went', five miles from Uanbury, where the claimant. ( harle- Stuart lobea- VValport was torn. AaJti-r -the records Queen Victoria seems to have given the matter no further thought and had not our "Kuth Kowley " undertaken to w rite a hi-fory it 1- probable that the giaa! 1- llsh Queen would never have bffM aakad to dt fetal her crown against the claims of a Stuart. 1 he claimant and Iu- paraaaarittg 1111 iginativH wife are yet in Connecticut, Ool lecting materi il for tbehi-tory. She says that HM 1- corresponding with uiatillgniahed Scotcfi noblemen and exp-t- to obtain fur ther and more positive pro d of tha elaimi of her husband in the near future. With tha XOaptioa of one little uniinr ortant break, she lias traced the line of rjf -c.-nt frOfB Iam - III down to OhariM Htaart Tobiaa vValport, and as soon as she 1-able to supply ttie mi-sing link, her acquaintances will expect to hear that she ha demanded Queen Victoria's hiadgeai. Charles Stuart Tobias U abort wa- born at the village of Keut, near Daiibiiry, Conn., ill l'vM. He came We-t. ami for a number of years rt--idd in aud aland tin- city, where he is well known. He is a decorator and paier hanger b trade, and for a time had charge of Voigt, Herpol-h ir:. r A Co.'s curtain department. Hi- wifewa- boniMM this city, aud many citizens will rcinembei her a.- Miss Marian Guild. If -lie both, r the newspaper men of the Nutmeg State by importuning them for passes, etc.. as much as -he has those of this city, they will be glad to see her succeed iu her plan to lieconie Queen of Scob. and will welcome the day when she sails for her new dominions. e The Hotel Registers. At Swekt'k. M. Bernhardt, New York; vT. K. Henderson, Syracti-e. V. EL Whitne,. Mendou:G. B. Lincoln, .;., New York: W'. J. Burns, Chicago: W. H. Kateej, ThfM Kivers; D. Gross, New York: I. Heiman. Philadelphia: C. K. Ku-ill, Chicago: W . W. Bnwn. I :ica: S. M. .lohn-on. Detroit: P. M. Maher and wife. Chicago; H. Mercer, Chatham. Int. Ar BO MobToN. S. M. Fo-ter. Fort Wayne: T. C. ( Mieilette, KalamazHi: K. Douglas, Chicago: J. Meyer. New York: I.. .M. Wing. Coldwater: J. P. Blair, Detroit: P. Qaabat, Milwaukee; K. B. Sheeran, Detroit: K. K. Peck. Parkvilie: s. V. Biramingtoa, Philadelphia: C. B. Dickson. OhioagOj 1. (tfardt. Dttroit. K. K'iger-. Kenton: 11. B. l.athrop. Ionia: J. G. .lame-. Cleveland. AT m KrWI a A W', Haynes, Kalama zoo. EL A. (torir. Kaiaiiiaz(; W. .. Peek, Boston: J. H. Goldman, Mu-kegon: N. II. inc. tit. Big Rapid-: H. B. Erlah, LiabOttj I. T. Smith. Detroit: G. J. Ieonard, Canton. Mas-.; G. D. EMm1L Qmncy. Mich.; r. Mason, Attlelsiro; Mra. M. Horn. Fast B igiaav. At nir R nun n. -II. King. Hill-dale; H. McDonnell, Farl C. Green. Cwdav Springs: ben. Best, Ixiwell; W 1. M irn-on. Mn-kegon: W . W . ( ..m,. .1. BaraMaa, N. Y.. Cha. Sparks, Iowell; W in. B iker, Alton: I . K. Mitchell, EL Balk. Fakeview. e Tbe Uhl and Powers Property. "I do not think that the adautage of the I hi and Power" aMMM are fully appr. ci ated by our citizen". " aid Attorney eneral Taggart. ye-terday, in speaking of the "elec tion of a site for the Soldier-' Home. " f ooure." he continued, "if the Horn should be lnmted there Jefferson avenue would te extended to it, and the Home wonld then ! reached by the ftnet drive in the c:ty Another very important feature in favor of thi location 1 the fact that it ha npon I urn larg and rnagninc.nt apnnira ol ; nre water. 1 tlieve there 1 nmr y, if not 'jnit-. enough water there to supply all that M re anired for dometic pirpo-e in this city. I Then tbe location ia hitfh and f enitt y. a r if-- t"-im of watr flow past it. and tbe rail road is near by." .. B"$bop Patterson in Iowa, ftiahop Pattron. of the children of I r. j temple of thi nty. 1 sending a few day i at Cherokee. Ia.. and the Jtn.r has the f r , 1 lowing con oem in 7 a lecture delivered by him at tna? ; in lb"' l a". -, n in hi ler tnr on Ir.g-. n 1 ' , r ', 5 g antained hi rej'Utati.in a a cbanipion of 1 hnwtiaaity In taaMta lo be a j -r- Mad ..rd That Chriatianity "upplwa light, peace and hope to manktrwl. a laarlf endeared, while tb darkn and incrjiiteicie of Irigro! 'i"rr. wa rr. vi aingty apparent. Tbe le-irise wa li r.l v w-.'h -r a-ke. - ' .,ia I -- r -t "Vrwn throagtl aM Mmv with tbe dwf th of at iao ari "eTi abowed '"-" ". " ' eWu wa ape -, td i,f toe bxrr 0ag MJ a -a TT' "T K i Sr . - 1 ' r - iamity ha bfallea tMe toai ia tha awaaaga to tb war- - rain thi irK.mma 4 - ? ' ' 4 - wweeb ia twenty iret ewt High, went on? -rt dagfaght, aad tha town ia laft a ilia sat c ft r- ' take a taaith wv repaar tha damage aa an di rt w erwi va nt tv the brwak It has iggg raiaiag ia Vwreaafa taMtf friwi Soej-a and the rake fills aad jnjrte- ha- Wn w-aehevl ret The eaak 1 tbe kwriet THL' HEW POSTAL LAW. PKOOUCINQ DtbbAl bACl'ON llkg Ue ot tbe Cenu Ot lbttO Will Operate Uojutiy to the Thrifty Lirov ing 1 o "i W ggajM Aug 'tU. Poet ( le part Lit aal idLVaal think tttat tint clause m tie law retat.ilshiug ll.e ten will jCaJ d hvory m) if nan. WhiOb liuille it UilroOuiHKIi into wlace liating population of ia it. an 4.UU0 at Ibe last oelisus, will oaue ootiaider .. MMgAMMi '01 Kit reu .n tti.t ainov the lst oensu a great many towu have in . . .-1 in poj uiation at -ucti a rule a U bring them within tiu limit, and m com .-. i...nJ - an liislance, according to Mt iMl ct-iiau tbe population of Binning ban., Ala., was lens than t.iMi. now it is e imaled at ;at.U' I t en there are tbe town of Deuisou and Sherman iu lei n-. aotxjrding to Ihe census re turn Deni-on bad 4 .'. lnhabitantant and bhrrman had le. Now lennion has fallen behind and Sherman baa gone ahead, but the sy nteUi will be introduced into tn. former and not into the latter plaoe. There are four towns in Connecticut, Anaonia. Birmingtiam. Kockvillr aud South Norwalk. where the population now would entitle lliem to this service, but at the lime of Ihe ..t-t cen-n- t uey were not entitlel to it. It 1- slated th.'il there are 11, ..re than hf'.y t w in tbe country wliere the population during the past fhe year- ha- iijcreael o that the total i- hI'.im the limit prtvided by law, but under the tests of the Inw tbe system can not b- mtroduoed in these places. The crili ci-m i- quite common among the Poet iflice Departmeut pe-ple thai the lnw should have left it MMMMTJ with tbe Postmaster rem lal to extend the -ystem to such places where, to his be-t information, the opula tiou has reached 4.t. A Big Regattaon Seneca Lake. Kh nt.-i tb. Vug. (ienev special to the M"t ntny Herald ay- Vu crack oars men will row Efl the regatta which will take place here to morrow and Thursday. The entrie- are HhuIaii, Iee, Hosaer, Gaudatir. Hun. in, McMay, Ten Fyck. Dabinett and -if. 1. ton. There will lie two race. The first two heats of the tir-t race will lie rowed to morrow afteruoou. I he best iwo in each heat will enter the final heat winch will be rowed Thursday. The purse for the first ram 1- .v.'.'. A consolation raoe for a purse of (IS) will also be rowed on Thursday. Banlaa raeaivad an oratkn as h. rAappad from the train at the depot to day. The OaDadiaa OaraataS and (iaudanr are tbe fasorites. The course exteniis one aud a half miles along the lake frout. Courtney 1- expected to arrive Thursday to witness the race, if he does not participate. a The West Shore Negotiations Hmw Voiik. Aug. Mb - Drexcl, Morgan A Co., announce that the holder' d C..100, Q00 W est Shore first-mortgage bonds hae MMptwd the term- of the circular of JulyL'.r tf) exchange tin antne for New York Central securities. The privilege to make such -c, 1 -iti e expired to day , I ii! ho.ders who m;v hereafter desire to aent to the arrangement n.ny do -o by payment of 'Aifor each $l.UDb bond dmiMltatl for that purpose. Fngraved negotiatde receipts cotinti reigned by the Hnited I rust Company will be ready Aug. '2 ft r l-sue to the ae-eiiting Ismdholders. 1 hey will h- in amounts of t'"' Ukd flo, inch, and application ha- been mnde for their quotation on the stock exchange. a Gas as an Element in Wages MusiiviuiKM City. Ph., A rig. ''". Fifb-en d lei.te-. representing all mining jxiol- it. the Voughiogheny district, mat in conven tion heie at 1 o'clock this morning. Natural ga- as an element in wages formed the th ine of an excited debate. It having taken the plnce of nut coal in the nulls, fonndne. g. 1 Imin - hikI dwelling-, it has almo-t killed the local market for not coal. ( in call ol the di-tricts the general opinion MMtwd to be in favor of nniform prirv- rather than an advance. Ihe ch. ck weighman IMMI was largely dwelt Usm and a(.'ommitlee on BmoJ MOM MM 'J nahatad and drew up re olutioii- advi-ing uniforinit) in pric-. after which the convention adjourud. leaving tbe appointment of three organizer- lo Preei dent OMMlEta a For the Freedom ot Niagara. Niaoara Fai.na. ( ut., Aug. li,". The Ni agara Falls Canadian Park Commission ar holding a meeting here. Their object is to MgMtefl MMMMYM thoroughly with the land- required for the park, and to take action on their -urveyor' rc;rt prevmna to making their reiort to the mtano govern ment. If the rejsirt 1- reoeived favorably, the next ste- of the MMMIMMI will le to appraise th necs--ary v.roperty to ! appro printed, an. 1 then a full report will be laid U f. ire the next MM1 Of the Ontario legia laturw for its consideration. Assessment Insurance. Eflll'l I HI. Aug. J. The tnth annual con vention of the Mutual Ijfe and B-nefii a -ociation of America ofiened here this morn ui;. A lftit thirty delegate are preent In hi addre President Phelpa. of (raleabu'-tf. Ill . atated that aeemerit life insurance, during it exitenoe of a little more than a rVioadl ha.l distribute! $12S,M8,Klft la tiene tit". 1 Itey nTs tbe combined action of the mem tier to a 00 re. in the vanon State, legislation favoring hont oompanie and anta47rwi7ing fraudulent one. In the aft' - . - '; M ware j r-nld Suprsmp Council Leg'On o Honor Ji.rtT.. Aug. J The 4W4ion of the Hu prem unnl "f the American I4non of ti - ,r wa openel at i' p m. , at tb hall of th rVston 1 ni'e'nty I aw School. by Miotiv-i Nihet. of Philadelphia, ftuprem fVer, mander rf tt, d' T orinni will protably 1at thrrrugb daih -. .t, inU next wk Iriennal eporta of tbe offiner of th- nrupied tbe aftmo'a! etr,Ti The att ndance j eery large. e 0 Leary 8t'H at Large. Cwk oo. Aug fkudgy" ' Ia'y th J ffoed mnrdrr ' ' rr.i ). at a-g T be off.oer ba tTi 1 unable tr find any tae of him Cbert . t'- wk a ""td to day t f eat rj n'd ail krc wleg of tbe n noW But g m- -rS f.'. tl, ISHkt --T V ; - ; ;--. Fodfl Ml Ob O O U w tT-r.-n 'i Ang 2r. Tbe fFean T "4ff Ace eat rdT of thklMfl Workmen for "kV. of the repoel of tbe G 1 aad Mae --- c r s - - ' tee . and - A g f "'77 ' ' -a 4? 7 r t id' baadt, the attw . wa rwtd v. Lxtmiic ?rir6 of Dry GW&. 1 WakUti ar aaa Mjkt WMWtlw beal.or Itsr Q4i !" jf the aBfcrl .kUt44rM U4.l44b vwul ava ailk ! m mmm! Ua toabea paaai am jarae awae ki.owm, araale kadhtt aaffJMhMg .i.!. u l- axuvi4w teHi4jt tkaav kaaawry gEMI - I 4Ma-uul A laxas 1 t. of in laMMi i- ioii4u ui L ir . .l.t.f 11.. A.UrSH J .'f . ' 1. I" - ' .14 !. i'i 4.H. 041 a tl -i MM 1 atpawwd wixi. U-it Ml M '4n aur U.. rvi.-t tiiavt Ui- x uw i kWW l ai an ul44ut tJl ixrraa k 4ir kaa w4m u.c . uu,,t u e mi will 4ieW4U u pr 44TV4 II i-4-S - II Will 1.. llM l liiOMWUU 4W I tu UM ivsl 1 - I .. . A ' "SOM I . grM4tet fiuctuaUon ha otx-u r 1 13 in MMM good of aj kinds, aa Will be slioWL by the two list (4 prioaa. Tbe figure on tbe left indicate r priuer, a Lot Ihowr o, tbe right repretenl the price of lo day 76c lleavieol Brown l-oltou. he as-, Sooond lHt ' - 1 ibr brown AK-, t air quality 7c. . inaixnaj. MMMM HUc. beat uuallt) lie 7fie, " t rait loom . . ia 76c, lxmadale 7c tk', fair quality 6c Winn uulakh Mixkiikur aai ttinow 1 aal MgMgM n 1. 10 4 S. iork Mnu ;-N- 1.1 4. V1&C. ii to, m. a f 1 I .. 1 4 fl.UU, 6-4. Tioa. $1 bet ipuality . otto, second beet Im fair quality (xn-roa ii.omu Jl.tft beet quality 1 second quality HOc fair quality 1-V-16c Eifk use r . 16c ish QMtou flannel we now sell sixteen yard for one dollar, would have brought abont eight dollars for tha same quality. aai-KTa. Wilton Velvet ." MoqUette . 11 M d 60 1 iki Ell III K- Mottoetter I pl" I I Pl '-' ply 1 .( 'J plys .1 lb ! hrusw-ls I i St-rmd Uualitv V 1 10 A'J TiO Tape-try Brussels . fl' UU I'ap4-tr Brussels 1 7.'i I ape-try HrUKel- 7? I il.KK. RT nerr -old thee goods during tle war for over fifty cenb fr yard although the price for the lie-t at that time at wholel- wa- exactly this price and remained so for nearly the entire year of 'A. We are now selling the very beat quality for th extreme low price of the to - en cmte j-r yard. People n ver found fault or complained in the least of the price- of goods during all this time, 'leu yard- of Calico for fie dol lars, twelve y ard- fi.r -ix dollar-. V e ofien -..Id piece- of Sheetings from thirty five to forty dollars per piec. SpoTi! otion at this time wae sold for twenty five cents jsr spool; Irei lining ('ambries 36c: Coraet Drill 6lle to 76c. Gingham- that we now ell for ? to le were sold for .rlar lofaMfMi yard. HATCH ! 125 Monroe St. OFrER8 Standard granulated suerar. Ir lb.. 7 nt load and piwded. 14 -i lb for LOS. per lb Ss . ;r ib.. ftr. PJ 1 f-f UN ftsyr t-r lb It, for I Bi"t lo'lilen Hi" ritil ISC per lh . fba f. IM Good rxti EUo, 14c per lb - Iba f. 1 M Yoonir Hywi, Japat. and b.ln Ta. tUr per lb. 1 liw fre gl I. . dai-) bi;itr. P l-r bondr! t.l hnn-lred g2 Ui. -w Ib 1!U- try tb ar lr i tb Ml Btta r (tilt 11V W ater White (HI 3 'wxi tf 'St I can for 3tV S can Lwa - r r"l, Mackerel. I mtartd MMMM gnari nan I ifw- aM I aai fat I mifrti aardiaea. tialr earn, I Z4r p nan ft nan for $1 -g I II. for r. I IU for7r Vw iw Ib 4 lit for 2V g K aaMt, N 'w v ,,rk eti 2 -lb nan ert, T- lr net J "'f -ar O '' ' ;' k" 'oma"a o I a i".nwl a fe. 4 aw wl kt4 aaw l aaaj rata for Jfv 2fr paw l.r.1 IV paw Ib. f lra fr V V iam frrr fe i Mra lai M 4 her f JV A wjarlaaw famil) r'(l. f a , l D 1 15 nr - 0 v,r.er f c ion 1W "54 How fm l.T' ! I 4V pa lb ? Ib o o .'rrummaji' Jata M'-h 'fl- Br r Tb I !ho- 1 0, a' ae pa II. ri mi O 'vrlarji A K"rn i''' w n J- -aw LawsWi ttaw nar It -iw (T oii V Snti gar fV ai ga r" V mmr ) mct V" rraJ 9" L- . a --ai.t ( . ' . s irvatv Q.-a MM D r la fMsw ar4 n C-w,i aar1 arjffk. WA"I 11 roK . Goodman & Cos ANnl NCI MM TO-MORROW nn Army of the Cumberland IS COMING A iil while vc i t4, see the Hat! U Sritnv.l . r alls, ajnfralvl n foots! vve also iltMrr ihe jM'dJtli' to if- !JKMiiUr that E. S. PIERCE 1- offering utiuMiiil att ra t ioi h in t In- a a f argam s In liht aiii m'liinii weight CLOTHING For Hen, Yowt li-. Boj - um! CbUtlren. m nrl'i t make room for uui ,. w I LL S'Ik'K which i- Um larent lection wc ha- ever plictJ on our counter v Wa hm? Cut Price in every defMM t uiettt. Hut more e-jena;! in Short pant Suit--, aiei School (hitafitl for Hoys. Also m ui t4m I reartnieiit look at our stan k an price- w ill con fiDOe t he LBOta ikeptHBl that the place for BugM if Irl E. S. PIERCE'S GREAT WARDROBE Under the TOWER CLOCK. THE "Gentlemanly Burglar" W. S. GUNN & SON H as." i t 1 i : ' I t ' I Burglar - Proof Lock. wile w 4aaaw ,.n. to a , ... Absolutely Burglar - Proot Eh mi or.- H - iMkaf aaW all JLt Bay ! Mr 1 aV ft 47. 4 and 49 Monroe L, W. 8 GUNN. & cON-8aj RJMi 1m Has fail af th TKlJirWiSZ f ALL MB.