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GRAND RAPIDS HERALD.
OLUME VIII GRAND RAPIDS, MICH- SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1 0 N L MM K -4u. ALL ON THK ALERT To Prevent the Introduction of Cholera. INTERNATIONAL QUARANTINE T i b Thoroughly Enforcwd by an In apccuoa Coxnmntee Appointed at a I - :-ix Af 1 ii, Au. 2d The stecu t.va cool,?., l lee of tne lnteraacoual conference of stale boards of hoedth . to. a c.iy today for tne purpose of adopting .!uua.ta meesuiea c prevent in mtrod'.' t on of cholera. t'it raou .1 Met bWeaagfg, preau- the eoaafeawaase, wi.i ut n . ..g '.ne appointment f u . anl.ue . aspect. uu committee tor I 4 pjiv of aiam.mng all the piar a . tne Aliant.c and gulf coaaia, trie l'ac tic. t.nc .eft to tne Cab it or tun board ot neaitn. Trie follow .. . .. . ma wars p.j ..t d memhers luuiumtM uu Ouavaaitia. J. I Ky 11 I WiU boyeff, T ck, Howling 4 Lansing, Mien.; ord. N u r pen. ;:. i a.e. iMTMMsV orvanance. City of Jeeepfc Holt ot L. lew t'rleans, wn LCh- ever can test afford eons mi uee is called t. . esuty, isrost tneiice to . j '.;. i. "It waa voted Iha time. TfjiS !neet in Toronto ; L and pr M I 1 ne committee prepared tal- tsSi tne ouarau- . r inapeettoo c oiriKite shoo Id act with and secure tne co OpenstMm of the I'mted States marine hospital service in proeectiou ot their ga M. It bring the purpose f ti 1 coufei Suoa to tin t" and coroperalf Wiah a.i MOiUtry orai. nations on thia a excluding cholera and re nr .. t ug la spread and prevesjt it- in trance. Itiset. t trial thia execu t vv comm tie- will attacn great mi poi tance to ettort to exclude cholera ty an oft; i; iara..l.: ytftn on the Sea board; t urges upon popu a. attan ion what is so wrii known to sanaianans, theiruport ance of prompt municipal and domeatic prrparat.on nw well aj to causa t'o eriiM of cholera to fall upon vtr lie soil, should the disease pun a I .old on the cont neut. iiior Preparation. In the b. stry of former epidemics of chotekk it was found tiiat :t was m- si lata n t'a.i:y dra.ned or undrame t citiaa and localities and thoee wnu-n i t i made proper preparations tn ad v ., .ce escaped entirely or were but . scourged. Cnulem is not ca ed ty tear nor by any article of diet alone, tut by the germs Which spread directly a '. I directly from the infected poiso.i. Li.ec l care sriou:d ba taken that ttie dangerous execreta of immigrants h r . .r.gr sc itter a aing ev-ry rai road arr a this country. Certain provisions should be mad requiring and inur,n that al: such excreta voided on tniard of cars shall be received in a strong dis infecting soUir.ou, as cholexn is usually spri-a.t along ! tea of travel by th.- only sligntly arfect'd by the disease. Tne importance of these precautions Cannot fx- overestimated." EXPECTED ON EVKRY VESSEL. Conaidersble Exc;tr-n?r.t Among Quar antined Passengers. N'kw Y-hk, Aug. The alarm flt ovr the fossbilitv that the Asiatic r i nc now prevalent m Europe may leacn this country is not i - 1 1 .' i able brings r - if the continued spread of the : fiart cularly at rhoe port wh ch have direct stamshio conimuni v . i n t 1 States, and t ioe have Ufn foi! wd an by red labled I . v on tr. part of the health au thon tie on thia tide of the Atlantic in t lort -o wa-d off the danger of th r- ace. Two itaaaashipi from Europe arrived here this morninir. tno White Star 1 ner. irme.n c, from L:ver- and tne Vrr'Kindam, from Kot lentam. Neither waa detained stnuar- t nf heyoad the time recjeired for a careful examine fioo. The iferniamc 1 : on a:vl t4' immi- i , I n Vorfcn lam carrel ini aan;era ,n her sebm i ' i ir eereire. Vhn Pr. T.d fiaic. one of tne aitant phyi c . t q arani ?. went aboard tne tfi'-rmameeod announced the spread of I I i'to i ! a I ' i .conven ia ion tn wh ch returning travelf r wer to be put, there wo considerable ex eitemeni among the passengers. The last I grant pieners of both aft pa were leaded t E':: IslarKt.wbera he wr aga n subjected to a careful pxammat n by the ofBceM of th' mar ire hosintal service stat onert tiiere. ; tivs- ans n eharge of the t n ne aa '.orr In tne entrance I " I'l l V fcT'l. person a passed 9rv I women from 1 oth art ps d for cm nation, rut: t hat they wilt W relaaeed h p srrerlo, from Him- Ha eral wr -be' Sf teroin. cnotaaa m iusqpsan farts Ha,rrc. Altoona. Kiel and ig 2'V Tbern have d hwlay 302 treeh cases of i eghtv Jestna. The cooler an.i 'her hs- baan i oe i th morn ne K, .. sr : . l Hr tivtav of tne Hamburg- truer.can line w be. .auaed m rs tomorrow, it .s sa 1 , si tf.oagn s ltd to te l fjfl euiigrsn wuo applied for poaaege. One bad Wreca Causes Another on an Indiana Road. Tkksjc Hr he, Aug ft). The north boaod passenger tram uu the Evans ville A Terra Ha He road was wrecked at r'armersburg tms foreroou. Lha ' conductor and en ar were 01 the I telegraph orhce at llMsl piece when a avail isaj m a wild engine C j along t M trac. He jumpeU on it at . -. i ..fe auU reversed ;l, nut IZ.e u.ome;. Jill n so j tnal a collision waa inevitable ' and he jumped off Some of the psesengere got out of ttie cam. two or three climbing out of the wm- . l tia engine struck the rear . uti n. amasniug every cur m the train. Jonn T. Heartily of Suiuvau, leader f ttie democratic aide of the house in let .gileiure, wm badly crushed the back and may not recover. Others were si.ghtly hurt. The coll. son trai the total t of a wreck on the Alum ave oranch 0i the E. T. H., both en.neer and hreman having jumped wneu the.r train was struck, an 1 I engine became detach d trom the liu.u. PRESIDENTIAL r'AKI Y ENKOUTE. Amvai at Malone and Speech by Han. F. O. Kilburn. Sakinv LaKE, N. Y., Aug. "Jo r v lent Hamaoa, lueutenaut I'arker and Mr. Tibbitts left for Malone tail in an tag at 11 o'clock on a special car. The CitiaHM of Malone rece ved ti.e praaideoL An informal Inncheon a:.vl a recwptiOD m the park ooos plated ttie program. Tne president was intro duced 10 the several thousand people there by Hon. F. L. Kilourn, who poke as follows; Ladiea and gentle men. coavaalea ef grand ar.ny ui the repoblic: I very sincerely appre uiate the veiy fn..-nd!y iavitatii n ex leaded on your behalf which has given me the privilege of ttaudmg for a few moments among you and ex changing greetings as friends an l as American citizen. 1 ue&e non-put t san axMunh.agu. in which we gather to ex . a common interest in the institu tions of the civil government nnd r w:: ch we live, a Common respect for pul ic authority and a eomuou love tor lac Mag, are full I am sure, not only of ial rait, tut aio a benefit to all wuo participate m them. 1 fancy mat we ire entering now, as a people, upon a career where our external influence in commerce I s to bo large- than ever ld re Wo liavo in large part completed our great works of mt rna. improvement, the forests have fallen before the axes of 'ii r pioneer and the plow uow turns the soil of that region which we wiico !ty.el the "far, great west." We have accumulated prodigious weaith as a people ad I see no reason why the Ported States should not from tt.is day step into a posit. on of power and influence among the great commercial nations of the World such as we never enjoyed. Af differ, we have come to a condition ! recognised by all. We kavfl been de ; r. d of our once proud participation in the ocean-carrying trade of the WOrWt. I think we should now resume it. Applause. Ttie wise and timely inauguration of a new navy has dem onstrated the capacity of our Anier n shipyard! to produce the best snips in ttle world. I take delight tn the content-I la n ot the fact, which 1 believe is now assured, ttiat before another year has reeled around one of tne swiftest and te-t of ail the great lines ot steamships that go out of the port of New York will bear the American tlag at the fore. (Applause.) These great stores of agricultural products winch w pour out from our granenes to feed the nations of Europe should, and I believe speedily, will be delivered at tbe port of Liverpool in American bottoms AppleassJ We will avaii o ir ivei of all theio natural resources of all this vast mpaeity' inventive and construe .ve, which tied has bestowed upon na in the belief ttiat it has been given to us, primai.lv, that here in this land that so long wailed the foundation of a free republic; and its people might attain tne highest development in weaith, intelligence and moral. ty amoue the ' nations of ttie world, f Applause. 1 j We have had a great strut;- J gi within ourselves. I be- j i i.eve thst we have seen tho last enous ouiorcaic agsmr any ot our laws that we shad ever see. -p! uio. The one cause that COU 1 I Vide our people, human slavery, has, under the favor of Mod aud ttie union army, been abolished forever and Lin- coin's proclamation ha, now the ap proval of tbe south. No cause can be advanced in this country upon th lues of lawlessness. (Ap plause) Intelligence and mor ably among our people ttie church, the school and the h me. t!e-e great roc U s upon Which our institn I .ns anJ our safety rest, we will cher ish and preserve. Applause. nd COW comrades f tn - A. K , BUXViV infl veterans of that gailsnt band, tnsl fr m these m-'inta us anil va leys went out to defend the Msg. I give you a .mrade'B greeting today, tiod bh ss you, every one, 'rod t"..- re- tlat an Xmeric.in n n s tr fi t Jay of proepertty and on ty wno i Iwlglialga to any one of you the j -let lues of your aervre. rrat Let me thank fWC st i n f r iot cordial grreting an-.l otfer sn y for nev ne bean betrayed by ndlv facfs ;nto a more ext. ndett tlian I hsd intended to nuko. .eers. Weaver sn t F'e'-t on Th-ir T'avVs. ' P. the spue t r two weens and had made i , 4 . - - I t w, . es rCidatf'S will campaign n -. -Bjsnshel when 'hy g Ceeprrao W tr 1 ' as. ARE OFF PUB HOME Knights of Pythias Holding the Closing Sessions. COMPETITIVE DRILL RESUMED Several Diviaions Made a Fine Appear ance Ths Awards of Pr sea Will be Made Today. KaSMCiTY, Aug. -. ihe morning gun has boomed tor tne lent lime at camp Shew. The exodus uf the fcl 4 .'.s ha Begun and MM prtent bi tuimal camp of the un.torm rank will be hut a memory, l'he members of the vast army, which for the last week has ramped ori East Fifteenth street, na been granted a furlough of two yeaia, after whioh they will re assemble m some city in the Fnited Stales to be . "engaged by t tie supreme lodge. Yesterday they began to leave tbe city ;u a thin mtcrrmttanl -tream Watch to day has iucreaeu to a mighty livit g torreat and tomorrow camp haw win be as silent an J deserted as it was last Week when ttie long rows of Whiti teula lay awaiting tneir occupauts. laataaj Seeeiae of iiir imi The supreme lodge wrestled with the uAldine lo.Jge" caea today. As was expectfd.it was no sooner Called up lean a Uvel diet aon began Which was not ended when the supreme Lodge adjourned tor the day. Finally, when numberless poitttf nad been argued at length, the entire matter was referred to the committee on law and supervision, of whlCb Bu- preane Vice Chancellor &ichM of Ohio i chairman. Tbie committee wnl re port at its leisure hack to tne supreme lodge when the now celebrated caaa wul le fairly lefore ttiat body for final ir tt lenient. The diacoaeioa of the Al dine case conanmed tne morning ses sion, to tuo exclusion of oilier bow ncss. It was expected that ttn l a- tion ot the aneantpanent tor l si4 would te settled today, but U Was not re ported. Ton. o. row may de termine eheiher l.ouiavi la or Minneapolis, the only active aspirants, will be victori ous, Sentiment is Itroogly for Louis ville. When the supreme lodge ad jo irned at 1 o'clock it adjourned till ..;;o tomorrow. The HI Br I I'iiirial 1 iiii'l. A special meeting of the general committee of the Huiob Memorial Fund association was assembled tins after noon, Genera Fox of Maesaohnaatti being present. The sub-comm.t'.ee of the gOBaral committee submitted a re port, which was adopted, and later adopted by the whole supreme lodge. It proposes tnis plan for the fund: When ttie fund now being raised by the general committer of Virginia shall aggregate, with the amount in the treasury of tne inpYtone lodge. 110,000, tne whole amount snail be turned over to lha grand jurisdiction of Virginia, which shall erect the memorial " Kichmond. The report will be sub in tted to the supreme lodge for its idopte n or rejection. . in Drill lag ealn. The competitive dr. II was resumed. Col. J. 11. Hawthorne in marge and Ciipt. icrge s. Wilson and Lieutenant Koudiz as inspectors, Major White side, (. apt. E. os Poller and Lieut. W. J. Nicholson were aUo present and w.'.iii"ed several ot the morning Urihs. Abbott division No. 12 of Fall Kiver, Meat, wai the first called for drill and was aeoorted on tne held by the Beoood regimant band of Haverhill, which was faulty in evory cleat and a number of movement! In tho sword exorcises were na issd entirely. (.ialaxy division No. S3 of Pittsburg, Kan., was the next called, and as has been Hie rule with the entry of Kansas divisions, they were given a rousing recaption) when they marched iu tieid, headed by the Carthage Light guard hand. rapt. li. B. L. K. V.m W.nkle was in com maud. Thev presented a di c di My mil I try nop larance and put up an excellent inspection. When tney b ft the Hold, the aanaani yelled them- elvea hoarse. John Harr tlienn division of Fu Claire, Wis., was the next in order and C aOOrted OO UM field by the Mon roe, Wis., silver cornet band. They put up a good) average drill in fool n ivemeata, n.it made a bad break in the iwocd manual. Indiana diviaioo, No. .r6. Indianapolis, Ind., was then called and wa escorted on the field by the Indiana Knights of Pythias regi ment band. They did not areata much enthusiasm and are not considered a in tbe tir! class. Captain Moil was in command. Fr th gwaatd fritse, T ronip t t drill for the grantl pr.e was eoaetttded this after noen, wilh the execution Ol the achednla by two maiden division, the Springfield division, apt. F. J. i nckerell an t I.ieut. B. J. Battel and W J Matt ws m command, was eoorted on the Bald by thet arthage I (ht Guard Ntad ror a maiden drill tho Springfield boys made s good im pression. The first division to drill wis the Ftnelmor div ion, No. ;t, of Ind anapolis, t spt. H.C. t'astor and Lieutenants BHna and Armstrong in command. Thy were p orted on the Said by the F;rt Regimen! hand of ln I anapo . They were fanly well up in the foot and matching movements and put a good sword exercise. The judges of inspection. Captain Wi too and Lleute aanta Rood t and Kastmaan, are somewhat fatigued by their ardn one iatr and will snbrnil their rer"rt to Oet era! I -irnahan at 10 e'cloOC t--morrow, after which the awards of pr ea wdl t-e made and the wnn.ng divfffaooa presented wdh the cash prizes awarded th-ai. There was oulv one d vmoo in th Riaih dr II for maen divisions, the Proves! d vision of Kan- t ded ti pi WH A Co.'s it wn. i A Y Ds Val C 1 We. Re of Tr,.l Y'ax, Aug. 2ft. L i. trnn 1 klv review t tradetomo roe While Atlantic exports have been only I,e71,itt uusnels. Accoauts of cholera tn jtnsaia havaeansad tieavy nnkxadina of perk, which has aWisa ti pr bari 1 ana hogs are a p.ja.ier aud lard a fraction lower, while ya has a.o de c....eu a fraction- Cotton is f irtntr Jepre.-acd to T euU by tne great ac cumulation of uno!d slocks and l-ttc! reports of the coming crop, but while in other rpeculative markets sales have I ten .arge for the Week. Bostoa re ports that aciivs trade, Uoi and shoe shops very busy, with encouraging or ders trom the west ana belter southern relleotioiW Lry gooxls are active and text.le mills woike.l nearly to ttu.r foil capseity, the clothing demand tor being surprisingly large and taxing ttie reproduc r. At lhilad Iphia sales of dry goods are large. Trade in o.is is more en couraging, tut iu chemicals stesdy with slow collections, and in pamisand liquors ipiti. At Bail. more the boot and snoe sale has been tUe best lor five years. Trade m tofaeOOO is gotni and the clotiung strike h is ended. At Pittsburg iron is slightly weaker, : Kii BOOM of ttie w iks have not yet Bniahed n puns, and the win l n glass workers will not all be iu operation till ttie end of Baptemht r 1 i te at Cleveland is good With bet ter demand for money, and at Cincin nati the hardware trade is 10 per cent better than a ytsr ago, and in paper and paper bagl much b tier, with gen eral trade fa r and collections good. Business at fctsTOil in some lines is larger and all equal to last year's with collections very fair. Chicago reports trade btttef Hum a year ao, v.tii favoring crop reports; increase of '2J per cent In rOCOtntI Of cattle, 'Jo inoals, :Xs in cured meats and 6 per cent in tlour compared with last year, but some decrease in other lines. At r-d. Paul tuixiness il bri-k with good crop reports and at Minneapolis the lumber itade ia especially strong and ttie Hour Out is Qlt,O00 barrels against 1K,000 last year. Denver re porti ututfsetory trade ami good d lecttons. Some improvement is noted at all southern cities reporting trade. At Nashville is fair, increasing with brighter prospects at Memphis and in all lines gaining at Now Oilcans, with a batter demand for money. All man ufacturers an now doing well. Nearly all the iron miiis have resumed '.v.rK roes the settlement of wags at lMts burg and in Ohio and demands for tno material increase, but production apparently i:ci-..ms nune. ;u p.g rou :o weaker at Pittsburgh. There ;s a better demand for finished products aud general nc tiv.ty. Copper and tin are steady, and lead has a firmer look. Too in junction in New Jersey against tno Beading coal combine is announced simultaneously with another advance in cnaL sales pf wool at the chief markets have been large for the week, but as t-tockJ are very heavy sellers are somewhat more froe. The boot and shoe trade is in volume greater than ever, tnough compel. l. on from new WOT CI M s.. irp. Tne stock market advanced quite strongly during most of the week in ttie face of the strikes, al! eyes center ing on Buffalo, but has been weaker since those strikes were officially de clared at an end. The decision Ngair.sl Ihe coal combination will doubtless aff ect some ? locks, but money is abundant, western and southern markets being genera. iy Well supplied, and the treasury lias put out -.-r00,0) more currency during the week While adding only 1 100,000 to its specie. The outgo of money to the we-t and sOUth :s thus far of smaller proportions than usual. The business failures occurring through the country during the last seven days, as reported to EL Iun v Co., for the Fnited Mates are bio; for Canada, 16; total, 180: as compared with 197 last week and 18'.) the week previous to the lu-u, and 216 for the corresponding week last year. Iron Hall Divvy in Chicago. CmcAQo, Aug. 2'). Officers, of the seventeen local iron hall lodges have to hold ui to the funds Without going turough any legal formalities. Mem ban have reached the conclusion that the order has collapsed and that the best plan is to get all they can out of it. Accord ingly rsaervs fund, which range from 800 to $1,500, will tie distributed among tno paying members and the local officers will resign leaving no hoJy responsible to the Indianapolis receiver. The paying membership of the local lodges has dwindled to a small number. Leadrn of the Miners Under Arrest. K Noxvii.i r. Aug. ieorg Mon roe, leader Of the miners, who was re fnced bail today, was brotignt to Kaox viile for safo keeping. His coming caused no excitement. Pud l.mdsav waa l e t to court in f'vk'O bail ami released trom custody. lie got i rd a tram and started toward this city, but a s.piad of soldier.- took him oil the tram and returned him to the guard house. They will do him no harm, but are determined that he shall not escape punishment. I nless the governor interferes the military authorities w 11 bold him indefinitely. Caneated Miners to Be Tried. KvxMit. Trnn.. Xug. Sg.. -Ovrr KO pnsom.s arrested y.-sterday :i', l Isst night at Olivet Springs were landed at Cam;) arnes. Coal Creek, this morning. Many of them wsro reeOgn led as men wno captured the membr rs of the ( hilhn w e Light Infantry ol this city and rotmad thorn of everything they bad. They will be tr,d f-r conspiracy and highway robbery. The neat raid will be on Jeliieo. Yesterday's Ihv n;i. AtOevetsaCi a r C!reianl oOSJOOin; j ire stya . s n " ; ft 0 ' n t ' tur1es iippv and .imrsr. heard? and DEATH IN 111K BAY Seven Persons Go Down to Death IN THE WATERS OF GEORGIAN H. W. S.b.'ey and Family of Rochester Perish Together W.ia All But Thiec on ldoard. Saoivaw, M:cn., Aug. 26. Tne steam y.tctit Wapa . having on board li. MT. Sihiey, tsii wife, daughter and sou, two young ladies of Km. healer, N. V., and a crew of four men were loft ycetcrdaj on Cseorglaa l ay. The OSOh and one other person, it is not yet known whom, wtre ttie only ones saved. Ttie Wapiti, which was formerly known as the Straight Away, left here about two weeks ago on a pleasure trip around Lake Huron. She vas owned by Mr. Sibley, who was on board when she wa lost, aud tiis bua.uesa partner, Mr. Bar ringer of New York. Win, i i KSSWB f i fo I'arty. Trom wtiat cau be learned ot the yacht Wapiti, it is known that ttie party nad started on a pleasure cruise or. Lake Huron and (seongUl hay, going first to Keek maw. Beeidet IbeereWa ooraheting of the captain, eng Lneer, fire man and cook, then- were on board H. W. Sibley of New York, hit Wife, BOS and daughter ami the two young women from Bochetter. N. Y. 'ihe VYapita was bail! in Cleveiaad one year g nt a cost ot kW.Ou , ami w.o- named the Straight Away. Last spring Sibiey and 1 Nsa ringt r. extensively engaged m the cutting of ( auada and ntiehigaa pine at teginsw, bought her and re canted her the Wapit . Mr. Sibley was the ald ii son of the 'ate Huam ii. v. -icy ol Brmhester, N. Y., the mill ouaire seedsman ami wno endowed the col lege of mechanic arts at Cornell uni versity. George Sherman, tbe cook on the yacht, telegraphs f rom COUing wood, Onti this evening tii.it the ye CUt was wrecked am: that but two of ;h;.-e on board were saved. Among thoaa lost are: VV. H. Sibley ami v. ite, son and two ladies, M s M. B. Pond and Miss P, W. Durbin of Bochester, N. Y., Engineer Henry of Saginaw. Captain James Eldredge, Jeroni" ' tJsra, Dr. Hand and a Qreman, name unknown, all of Bnginaw. Ns Beeetyesl la Kashas fe. ft CHBS1 f.k, AU4- 20. The best infor motion obtainable at tbts hour leads to the beliet th.it the party on the UTapitn in Gieorgiaa bay was made up as follows: H. W. Sibiey, Boches ter; Mrs. II. W. BlMey and children, Kuth, aged 16, and Harper, agevl 12; Miss Frances lJurbin of New Y'ork, a cou?;n of Mrs. Sibley, Miss Mary Hail of Bochetter, the fam ily nurse, and M.ss. Mary I'ond of R)cnester. Mr. S.bley left B Chester about three weeks ago, and a low dayi later he v.aa joined by the other mem bers of the party at CtdcagO, The particulars of the cruise are net knovvu liere, but tho BXCUT lonists were heard from afterwards at Mackinaw on Thursday. A dicpal was received from CollingWOOd , Ont., stating that all were well and that the Bocheetsranj might be expected home On Saturday. The news creates con sternation in tins city where the mem ben of the party are well known. RA1I.HOAO TAXATION. Are the Actual or the Pionortionate Earnings to Be Assessed ? LaXBDBG, Aug. SB, The new railroad law pa-.-c-d at the session of 1891, which increased the specific taxes upou rail road companies, provides that if at any time the railmad commissioner may ssseei the taxes upon the actual rather than the proportionate earnings in tho state if the former appears greater. The Milwaukee. Lake Miop A Western road held that if it could bCShOWa that the converse whs also true, that if the actual earnings were less than the pro portionate, it could also elect to oav upon the former. Tne OOmmia oner made a ruling against tnem so ne three months ago, and pending an appeal to the courts, and after nttteh bluttec on the part of the road it today came down with the cash to the -tate treas urer for the tax upon 538,8 s to the proportionate earnings instead of up"ti 1872,371.78 actual ai eon tended lor. I lie :.':.0 mt pa d w.i- t. Ca! STHDtK A HACK. Another Raibc. d 1 s;ng Accident. Four injured. Simviw, Mich., aVttg. M.a bach containing Joan and Vsolf brer bauer and thetr wives, while returning from tne funeral ot Mis. v . Dtendor- j fer IsKt evening at 6 o'clock, waa struck by a freight car propelled by j two K. P. M. engines st a high rate of speed. The accident occurred at Ilermsnsau crossing, on tlm west -ide. The horses wire wlnppM ty the af frifbted dnvir, who fumped off, but the h nd eml of the hack was caught ami whirled into tho ditch with oc ca wants. Mr. John Brechtelsbsoet wss terribly injured alout the bead and chest. She wdi probably die. Mrs. Wcdl Brechtetehaoer had her ik r r fractured and rCOS VCd I inmnea. I'.otli men rs. .-p'd wth shgnt bruises. Tto hs- t, u i- s:naro-l in piec es. A T. A MASS MCETINO. tobt.cs snt Kt ,p n to H Mined Again at Saginaw. BaoOlAW, M ch.. Ang. 2r fitht ter hali was crowded to the doota, hardly cuy prmtirg. Walter S ins, mat &gei : i;.t ir.e- ut t.f u fty a; ent a helper the lust a.. I be Nant reoted or not. wa acQuaiavTan v.im lun. And So n Al.eged Detioii Man Works Kced City. Km. City, Mich., Aug. 2n.-AUli v utig man of dark complexion aud t-.m-.ve mn-.arnc- came to t: v i ivv srtlf ago a gaa leiesnecard 1 r. han W en toi at m u 1 of ,1 t r'ti.' u r it g the ad draws ot K tro.i . and tn Diokiasuu, Kev. i't Witt 1 aim e Btvcr. i i mrn. 11 j soon Pt-came acuauiU A m h im at of the young men of town, and lew ot the older oae. lie tC til building a fdo.vwo mnitariam t the miiiaul apriass cs aonti aa hi j...u a terest Qasserai Alger and a few ot the moneyed men ;n the stall t.ll;i .: ti t r P -t : lb -. - of jewelry and mad- ; . haec . l:cal vltu.er on the cred t p.n . -txirrowing a gold walch from a young lady after a brief acquaintance, l ? ; itay he uok ttie tram, leavtag hal jrw. elry creditors and laud. ord to uiourn his departure. AN ACCOUNTING AbKEl) FOE. Central City Building and Savings As sociation Sued. Jai amav, Aug. 'J;. i wenty-onemem Iters of the Central C .ty Building and Savings MtttflatlTai of this city com Mnced suit in ttie circuit court here today agau.st Elisor Price mid elaeen Other oilicers and d.re. tore of the asso ciation, alleging mat the sum of 88.69,1-89 ::as bean loot to the association by selilements on a Bevao-ysar baa;s, which is termed illegal. Toe cotu piaiats ark that the officers and direc tor be be id personally and individually reajionaibla for all sums o fit to the association, ami that in like manner the officers and directors may be charged individually with the illegal allowance and payments of interest, discounts, rehates and ml arise, and that they be reeutred to account individ ual!) for each so msaa they may have MVerally received on unlawful stttlc menta. UtMUCkAIS AT BALUWIN. t:-. County Committee Electa fsSvwal Sets of Delegates. Bau win, Aug. . The rtansncratic county committee met heft today and elected tho following del. 'gate- to tne congressional convention at Lodingtoo August Kh a. Goehrendi Fred lb rnei, i-.ir'.isS. !:meb t. a'P rnat (ieorgo Anrans, Thomaa il .leruan, Thomas Pahnater. Senatorial lu legates Bdvtin O. Johnson, iieorgo i Field, 1 nomas Hefi'eruan, A. C. Qoahrend; alternates, Henry Cutter. K Nrl Jo. nor, K. J. Matthews, John Cavanauli. Representative Delegatce Charles E. Hank, (isorgo A Osborne, K.J.Mat thews, Kdwin Smith, Thomas i'al rater, Henry Cutler, William Vaughn, George T. Field. Charles Futn.ss. The 11 th of October whs selected as the time for holding the county con vention for the nomination of county officers. Lirrus. HUT CH MY I Is Mrs. Thomas Swift of San. '.stone at 69 Years ot Age. Jack sos, Aug. 88, To eclipse in swiftness, neatness, and usefulness, one need rise very early In the day if he would secure the start of Mrs. Thomas j swdl 01 s.anastotie. Al the age ot BP she is carrying on an immense stock industry and has some time to spend with the liberality of the rounder. She t? caring br tittv prow ittg chickens, feeds a calf, milks tliree cows, admin isters to tho feeding propensit.eB of four hos throe ti-m-s a dsy. tia enl.ro care of five horses and the sta bles, bakes ami churns three t nu 1 week, washes Monday without any help, and looks to the needs of sn in vul.d husband, sue is little, weighing but ninety-! .c.nt pom ds, but oh! my! peioski.y s era. hcul A Monster Building to be Erected at Once. Pf.t BKsTt, Mich., Aug. 2f. A I g hotei mhamc is the latest tning to ex cite PetOSkoy peojde. It is proposed to make a stock company. St. I uis, Cincinnati and Louisville capita!:-t l teing the princ pal stock holders. The capital stock is f J m.ooo. Ihe hotel will be located on the tug htli just east of the city. one of tne prctt.est and c r- 1 tamly one of the iii"8t sightly -i s around hfre. Accomnn. tst ons tr 1000 guests is .; . sj - 1 . room in top story. H. 0. K se of PotOS key heads the enterprise. REM AI If a IDKN1 IK1EO. It Was AnJrew Lorrnz Who Corn- mitted Suicide at Saginaw. Saoiw, Mich., Aue. W. The nun who seghmitled suicide Wednesday in the cemetery has been fully identified as Andrew LorOttl of I'.geon, Huron county, w icre tir kejc a narnfs He had a w fr ic fie 1111011 Who, he Cia mod ttefore ; .1 r-d. .a i t tr s 1 him well. Bha is now dsd, kav.ng s sn who is st 1 in Oersnaoy. H at I i a fr end mi Saturday that he had f i0 in the bark. He was i Naginaw lat ng i c tifatmei t. having c mrtiairied of feeling ; ad ni h IvsedL He has hO u Ial v',k ri tl M mtry, ITEMS rOM THK CFHTSSt. CiTV. EJecu.t MgfM Itanvhae- F.scsie and Recapture- Burglary. J v- v. August 2". n -ther meet ins of the ways and means ootn. will fight rowrj General Urdanetta of Vene zuela Ambitious. HE WANTS TO BE DICTATOR . ...af ou Cataosa, the Capkal Fis tact am by tbe American Flag Dssre tirda (I Biv Men lmpiioned. M Kh, Aug. e Instead of coming to a;, end as uaa tn u i n psrdCsl . a .1 liit- ..ttitt .l y th Uoublt-s ia Vtujt.uf.a to t geit..,g more aud mote com . . h St .. an l httgrmtated. Ihiaislhe sum and suttetaaec of the news inch it.s i.r-u "i stiaaaar Caracas 1 i ought in ynate a I iu tho boutu AnioriCMU put..c. iiu ;.aix eK ; - a a I i .ted l';o- it ; rt. : tnai a u e.cmeut ol danger had maue ils apjtearauce ui tne country, ll is li e amb.t.ou of iiemisl Urdanstts, who, :.. that tos own :. '.nests iiaro ren mater. ally suferrl b ttie ttighl ol t n aese In anppoit of whom ha I aa foujrtii Hit; I.e. fro:;, the veil ttres:- lug out of tt.t i o.i.u.... vU irrmiusd to s:: .k.e an audaoious bioe to recover his lost f : asats i at- nat swaea He nvi , - i. i a of sev- ersl of the wekit .u siator rate an alb ancefoi the pur oa, auu tnen majcued ..on t itai';, .. c .a. t way of La Gusyhara, the priojcipal aaaporl of ttie republic, la uuiy -im I bis tia Is and taw a. UM Caracas ;.-. i w i! ' .tl ho was prepar.ug, whesi thee les t piruttrt noon tb oapttal th the a vi wed intent ol ueciar.ug tunisrif dictataf I tne wnole w tn Ttie Veneanelan m mister t B'sshmgasi and bia son, bu is the secretary of the consul gem rsl n ttus c ty , acre on lbs DaSf on the arr.. I ..e slwaiutsr. ihe latter na.d tOel they had bad lulor mat on of (reneral Ciirdsaan's go ng to the La (tuayuara ami advenes to Cantcas, but deny that it was any hcav tile intention agaiut Uie government ol I'k ile added tlial he aaa sen! foi ty ilsgss to L..p lit.'uil tLe . .ty w t . r. tr A KM. Sll 1 ItMi The I araoaa aJso that six of her Bam as she a a a' Bt tC MaaWSJSWasae i I.SWI agearl wre seiitid save . talo. A large number of soldiers boarded Utsi and demanded the Sill TOIallm of tbe six men on the anUmrity of (ensral Drdanaita. Captaia Uopdnck, the comma:. v'.rr l lue steamer, doc bared they were under t:,; protection of America -.. and proteated a. at their seizure. His protest was unheoOed and resistance ! . .:.g impracticahis the men wre laker and nurr.ed off U pr.-o:.. 1 i'p a;:. W o ' i . f. out the local I m erica a eooenl, Mr lvoi iiy , and entered a foxasal protest before him s gainst tbs artaua of General Urdaneta'i men. .tiura cos, another ot tne pon of h.s route, he supploinented this by notifying the rniuiuiiur at Carscaa, Mr. Scrusq 1 : the stfs r for such action as If msy see hi t-k 1. prominentlv acuvi alherenU ol the revolution. It was luppoaed that they were on thetr way to Curocoa. c If eoca of Veuetueian pobticans, who cotm utidtr the ban ot Ihe party in power lor fear of arrest sit th cap ial. ENVUMHhJ IN A MINK. Ternble Explosion in a Co i. cry at Abes kenhfc, Walea. IX;ro!, Aug. 2C. An evploaion which t :s feared may be attendr : enormous loss ot life, has occurred at Aberkenfig, near bridge ad, in Use County Of (jiamorgati, Waios. Hie huntlnd and forty-men. n rstiaee len entrapped in a coal p i by an siploeiea x : - ' T 1 tin ; , . , v Ihcy d hai e ma t, and Lott ing is kuowi. as to their fate. When tt e explosion to k nisi a omroe of coal oust aros Iron llie mouth of tbe p t. s:,d tb.s. Slung e.lb ti e r unhling ri.se gave i nt. . t lha . baeisrjls mat auaethiug seneut bad oxauirri. Women au'l chiklrea runhd to H e mouth of tbe it, crying m.U wa 1 r.j for the faUsera, httstamds an. becahe bah i lias have tana roeoeru s . f ' -t i n pr.. gress, le t w g to the difficulties wub the ventilating appsialus, proceeds tan nioa . Hni dredi r4 persoai summod the pits mouth, most of ihem wartmg to uiet fy I ns bidies ef fr.eud a, d relatives. GERMAN EVANGELICAL SYNOD. r..c; , ' tt" 1 f n a' Conterence ef lv: live b grnh I . Tbetrtetintsi d tbs oin, an Kvangel- icai st . ( i i rrj) mis m Ket. j a, Tb waa A. Zeilert of IT ' lh ront ne t The !! t a.l d; artir' -is leatb tr a Rsirt. W. a . A ir- 4 i tt