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GRAND RAPIDS HERALD.
OLUME VIII. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST v. l89 V Mia R 244. n IS A MTWKK Pock' Report Stirs Up the Animals, BUT HE HOLDS HIS GROUND Claim ng Taat It U CanM A.inouh Out af HrLQvn With II. Pauy'a r:: .:... lo hi annual SXSSSi Lelsjr Conarms a a democrat appointed by v ;n.cr .1 i., aayei I retaraa from maaufaci . . Ntw v sta:.: ahooi mat u.e McKiniey o.lt has ia- ' VI. ' l l3 WoilS.Ogmati, "I rat u t expected my report would CO . mhi; co.ii tonal, 94 ll I OB lio..- settee to call it political document. I started iti 1 n . : -y ;. I . v -n r, M.H), so you llM pre w rk. u an i'. there was no thought of campaign in laymg out tt.e i '.ar pie at .on wee taen t bat I ue to be one ot tr.e oineot to the worktngmcn, i'i who- ..I'.-r.-.i j . tartan ws eslao Vj. I lii i : .. . : ki a Hill d-m ft, :f yoi Will-Old i began I .y!:i t:i- T hat Ukj re- I .1 v . . slv tha deooorai c tai k P '... i. 1 at -rsc rimirm came Bit ; 1 a i l wero pleaa ant to my way (U Ibiat H .iuiioi aawa But I am trte to adm t that the re l rt on the whole n t m harmony Ul ; pit ..orui, to tar at the tar.ff cocwerattd. However, my duty it a a ntate afllcial ii to report th;nga ! rln l tf.-ii!, u. t i a Otfclotl ; irt -1 : . . to hn v) them wotroed. Tbere u no polttioal Oiaf il any of my rpor!. nor do I be liova Uiere i a tat tafKWttal any . i- r ttJtoan n ItM cotritry. Al! I ran ii taaltho attoiwottti of my report I tatOw n actual coutideatial !e". at, -. i tr.m ; t o r.-pr.-. . of wbolf-aale manufact trt-r of New York tate. The reault idoiri me that the leading democratic tpeaicars on the taxi'.f are in error a- to t;m effe 'H of t.i. M, km lay b .11. Trm ritjnre1 in my report ; for themeelvee, and there h 00 i ".'. m 'ay from tncin." DISMAY OF nti OMOCXATO. Peck's Report CaataO a Great Sensation Am j:igst Them. New Yoaic, Aug. :io. There tjaQ0 ' ratio talk among tue politic aim to- da v r .. i tr.at ufa v ver the report of Ibor lommin r I'eck, touching the eifecta of tno y iaw. Tn:s report made out en tha law W'-nt into effect man ft in lii! state ha t increased . ad r.atin, and thert liait bepn Coatratnkat than form-rly. Trtepub- licatiou l -n n a dooatnant toaauaji ftatj a democratic trMniol cauat-d a ornaitton toootig party moo. Tue otoal ooaa roatioo of the demo craoi deplored tm fact that tnc report had come out ereo at thm early stae ootpa gat bcaua) thry felt '.hat whilo it might work no considerable injury to Sr. Cleveland' caute, it rtaialv do do good, laa.ng Iho mi deet and fl tadliOOt v,ew ot thi? matter they tbongnt th.it perhaps some i kod blooden-d badly tut m the easetof too groat bulk o tho eritico it w impowithio to remove the impres aofl tt.re bad tn-en tlQOrillll J oroowberw. a we,; knoon atotaoav oi : . i It otocral argaa lot m said: x try t.iiihitrKM'nc. "It ia awful y embaraeatng. The d m erat c speakem have beau advieed la ur he cri t tw t at uol fool : -ay, and lota a dam ng the very h or i lion ot Mr to icani a l . broad- i through to lu 'ry. I hate no douM myself tnat many things which 111 efe ay tan be refuted, but it w : he v-ry ambwiaaohtfj fOf u.. co i ted i . ti up al I talk to tbo voters obottt too hannfui efTeet of tie McK nley law. lo I think that Stnator Hill had a -ivthtng to d . w It Um a ooorotto .f lao I - i ytb tg a!--uf. I bt . I should uot like tu balteve that he hod.' Qntmrm tho llsms Kpak"rt, t I l - of It ca VTiC NOXIINATION3. )ra Democrat) L . i . : i .;. uv m a majority ui the siatt-. lii i w.Jieir koowa m tha "Sag of Arbor ige." Too other i oai ntt.oai are: For l . it. Gov. .uei M. Wo t wen Si. Crow of HiMi .:gs for auditor I'- t. r irull:fan oi Wmt 1. j ut fur tr is ury. Andrew Per Snip n of Pun to . it fur stale saot itendeot of instruction. J. W. H oruhurger of Madiscu county; r r attorney aeucroL Matt ew lien ij public load gvna ..r H rr tOWS th popular go' lly. 1 He I t and t as exam son, aud lays tne t. kscago platform. Dyer Hatt?rso."ee-Nea!. Mtxriu, Aug. i0. Jiwut) Patterson d patters . w-il be oppooed v. 8. K Iy. r. . . oi.4,a. under Mr. A- i . . n oa aas at pootmoootfi aho is tfeo nominoo cf the rwpubhcaa party. 'I ne i- irty wil! nominate Co;. T. V. Neai ot tins county. Welbourne for Cong:eaa. wrt A.n.n t, A;i. 3 OUn Welkorno -tnd-ego aas noni.nated for cun gresa today the democrats of the seventh distr.ct. WEATlltK AND THE CROPS. Generally Favorab.e Reports From the be vera i States. WataaOBttt, Aug. GO. The weather and cr p reports from lot Utst bulte '. : a . . a- :o..- i'-v lOil - Weatlier continues :m provod by s me tOOVtm and some heav roms, but nior- ooodtd; thrOah ... o party mpletod. TnUiana Temperature excessive; earn improved, is maturing f net, bot DOodo ram as well a.-, do other crops. Ohio Drought COOtinOOO, tXOODt ovr northern section; taiiy corn and potatoes m:itur;ng; buckwheat domf well; pastures short; fall ploughing de layed; ground dry and hard; grapet roll i.i; and falling o!f. Michigan Weather generally favor ab.e except in southern sections of COOntiet where drought continues; har refl a and thrashing progresti:tg. 1 osft Favorable, week tor maturing unti.irrested crops. N rtta I'akota Slightly colder, colder than normal. Kxcoosive ra:n caused mooh damage. Harvesting nearly finished and some tureriimg be ing done; slight damage by h.-at. Booth I'akota iiani fall above aver age; cool weather has sonewhard re tarded ttie rapid growth of corn m northern and central portions. Har vest, ng of all small grams about COBB pit ted; threshing general. N I rAka old, wet; favorable for pasture and puta ground in good con rj t to for fall ploughing; corn improv ing to condition, but backward and : warm weather. Kansas Havy rams across the state from POlthSJeOt to s uthwest and shgh''y in northeast; continue- OOOt 00 I Oioodj weather, favorable to corn and pasture; corn excellent in center and OortOj and lair in southern por tiOUS. 7 OR THE SiAT Or WAR. Recent Movements of the United States War Vessels. Wash rox, Aug. 30. The United States steamer OooOOfd has orders to -t from New York tomorrow for Yeneur U. .-rhe oil touch lir.-t ut La ( uayaie. then the port of Caracas. The IietO outbreak of revolution in that country is given for the reason that the Concord is not there, no United r'latos tottol DOO being in that vicinity. At tat navy department it It stated that the hearsarge is now on its way to the island of N a vassal, having tOOOOad last at Jamaica. The oooBOoandCl of s. e Kearsarg? fiaa orders to iuves::.u'tt ths conduct of the American work men in the Navassa mini:. rde:s aarttOOt trom the navy de portaseat lodoy putting tiie United eltates trauung snip Jamestown now at Nor. .ik ou: 01 COBWaistiOB anil direct ing mat tne stores be transferred to too ! It . ui lb p oattellatioa. Tho lOtU r will sad immediately lor lta v, where she will collect works oi ait for Iho I r.a's fair. - crete ry hsrl" Paster oi trie trtto ury department returned to tu.s city totiay. Searching iox a M urderer. Gtaiaan Ktpm. Minn., Aug. 30. Thoasas lsrio, a - ; or of a no.. I i.l repute at I a Piair.e, last night while 4 r x walked ioto Jotm Mot affery's wi.oon and engaged m a piarrei. fie a i tffery a tho lett tensple. rhe latter be.l w r ton a:i !. ;u ' I i ri i. , , . arrested i.ew.s, and as he wris OtOOt to plate him in )Sil be bi gge i for liberty, otaOngthat be would be Tj by th peoole. T.he marhsl refaood t,:s request, when I.ew,s fireu at Iv.m and made his escape into the Woods. Bearching pait.es hare gone in all di rections. Missouri Mjjhs hiners C-j,;St. Koo- ( ir. Mo., Aug. M V re ix.rt bto be. u received at the offioo f tae coilechw of internal revenue st lievoi f the se tur of an ilin .t dis- wner of the still was i. one of the men Borglare Shoot an Aider; IT LAYS IN ASHES Rct Rr.nFthliKhmAnt 00 in Milwaukee. FAIX JUNG BURKHARTS Evtiy thing Desuoyed Except ths Office, With a Losa of Nearly Had a btituoa Dv.Jara. bfu I ut..:, A ig. 3o. For the sec ond tone w.tn.n tOttt yea: s the plant t . tt.t- Falk.Juuv' A Borcbert P.rewing coaipaay is tn ruine. Except the orh e and one small warehouse the whole ! p. ant burned to the ground early this i morutag. Iho Uss in estimated al 300,- ' 0H). The whole value ot the OOOtpony'S local property ts f 4oo,0o., ftiby iusurel. oeorooeo oosapemo8 l s ... (he property burned today are 4o per cent. of 4"0,"ah. lne brewing oompanyfi loss, therefore, ii IIHjDOOl To prop, erty burned was the brewery buildiog proper, containing ft0.0Oo worth of U s machine. OtOOt valuable iiiachui ery aud many miles of coiis and the malt house, w.tu rJ".o o hushelt of malt, which was totollj ruined and was worth 11211,000. Tne origin of the tire is not known, SXOept tlidt it was first seen nt the base ; Ibo great shatt running through the building. The draught up thil thtft spetddy caineit tne rlame tkroughoul '. to b hiding, and the tire department cOild not even check the blaze. The company will rebuild at once, the Pabst ood Beblitx oompemes ondortakiag to care for patrons of t it I urned-uut con cern in the meantime. WHAT WAs.LiZZ.E DOTNQ In the Darn at th: T.me of the Bord;n Murder? Fall Etl I M feSt Aue. SO. flotorol ptP s of the stenographers copy today were devoted to a t.lt between the d:s- trict attorney ami Liztie, caused by his trying lo find out ju.-t wtiat Liztit was doing in the tarn to occupy twenty minutes. Vie ate three peon, looked ! out of tho window and overhiaoled a box for the lead. When he got back ; she foood that the kitOOon fire, inttttd : of S. urning up brightly, had about gone I out aud the gave up ironing. Then tie described tho OOOditiOO of her ; father, that is, that he was bleeding, I hut -:ho OOOld tell nothing about tuo j oatUre of tne wounds, could not re member if she had on an apron thai morn: ng or not, knew nothing alKiut any axe, but one, which was down on the chopping block; knew of nothing lo cau-e blood to be on a hatchet, nor did she know why there should bo toy axes in the ce:lir way. When sr.e found her father aho ran at once to call ner servant; never thinking of calling her stepmother, because she supposed she wasoul.and she said to Mrs. Church ill tiiat she, wished somebody would see if sbo was in the house. She thought it was not more thnn tive minutes after her father came m when .die went to the barn. Linio ca;d she lid not think her father went up stairs after he came in. Never fixed hsfl bat 1 when he la 1 down nor torched the pillow of the lounge. LtXSM said fur ther that Mrs. Borden's homestead was tor sale and :t wa. bought in by Mr. Hordcn for her. Lizzie stated that she said that v ' he did for her. he ought to do for theui, metniog herself and Knima. Then or about that time she common ood so fool tartiy toward her stepmother. L sxit could not loll how the bi i 1 i to be on her f-kirt un less itoarae from t Boa bite if Iho blood came from the outside she could not tell where it came from. She never went into any drug store in New Bedford at any t me to in. mire for prussx ac. d; never wout into any drug store for any such thing; gave the dress she wore the morning of the tragedy to the officers; wore the shoes about for tWO or three day s. She oxid that atwo.it. two weeks before the trag adf she heard, or saw somebody, run down the teps and awny: she saw something similar aiout too boots last w inter. vYbeo she first saw the form recently it waaoo tot back steps and ran lOWardt the bam; last winter shs saw a partoo run away on n Sunday night when she was coming home from church tod told Iter father f the oc currence, but said nothing to biro out the second affair This closed tue government's case. The first witness for the defense was Ir. S. Y. Bowl 0, n a I DOT and family physician of the bVtfdsos. On t"c gay ' I tfagedy h- wa- driving no to h.s house when b w.fe and Thomas Boles informed him of the ada:r. In rjontt nneoct of that information he Wtnt directly tr the side door of ths Border house r.! o re be met Miss Listis; wit ness was excited, l.i.ie said: "Father uas hern killed, txen slabbed " Slie whs then 10 tht I til. Bht ssul shs bad -een n body nr had she hoard any body and then she told me tier father ws- in the sitting room tod when wit ns got there he found Air-. ChtJICtlll :id Mrs. Botsoll sod examined Mrs. Borden and found that deatu had come, and t en he said "Mr-. Bordtn has leen niuril(Brd Uo." Wilnnot then doteribed the loeattoo and pot - t..'fi of the bod e a- he found them. When Liszis went to her room it was because of th a-1 vice (f v mess He ws at tne ho use the morning lief ore, Shortly after he hart eaten r kfat. had fa ked w;th Mrs. Borden at bit of. fie and then went over and talked w.tb Mr. Borden: he did not rtmtmN r tOai they told him where I. . g Oot Wkeo he went up with Dr. ; tin, ex-city inn ! afta r. rtt u.'an c e, (warned r-udder to ken tut he . w ;. . t i shot ana killed Sudde : 8 aud, l thought, fatally wounded Great. Clark uas brought here at m gatgbt and laced m tail, ofoth b tttl feel iag r .tU and more trouhlo . looked for. siaiKt :n nkwokllans. PlgOS w.m Plata Toaaos With Fatal ki.it. Na o h .a'ANS, Aug. SO. A strike has been m progress here for tjnie days by theswitehmen of the New Or.esus and Morlhoaatoro milroad a part ot the i... u a:, l resceiil syetem, giowuig out of the objection of the mu to lne yaidaeeetaf woo krom Bt. Louie, i he men loft work and ttie yardmas-U-r telegraphed to St. Lotus tor switch men lo lake lUeir places. A party of eleven men SlliVed he'e at 9 . ion. gut lioiu 8C 1. IOM and went to work ut once. At 11.10 p. m. the men Were seated BJOUOd tOt Vard tatlklhg Whs D tour of tut in m a gTOOP were suddenly fired upon and all tour fell over btdly woundeu. As far as could bo made oo I inert were adotta men in tho attacking party. :. ut the wounded MOD had strength enough left to draw bis revolver and , bringing down one of their assailants. The oth. r switchmen rushed up to the assistance of tneir wounded brethoro and the ttliktXt tied. iieorwT- Bpragut of the switchmen was fatally wounded, and will !;ve oniv a gt-w bOUTS, and W. K. Smith, W. K. Maples and J. F. .Jones are seriously and perhaps fatally wounded. Jeanes Sexton of the sink ers is also fatal! v hut t. SW1NJLEK UNDSO AHKEST. Pretended Apent for the World's Fair Nipped in Colorado. La Jinta, Colo., Aug. SO. What may prove an important arrest was a It in this city in ths capture of one E. i;. Win gate, claiming to bt an ageot of the World's Columbsan exposition, lie carried what purported to be letters of OUlhoritt and credit signed by Thomas W. Palun r. Ifottfl P. Handy and George K. Davis. n the letters of credit were ttie following indorsements: July Is, Is'.1-. Fir t National hank, Galveston, Texas, $100. July 29, Citisene bank, Port Worth, Tex., fSOO. July 30, First National bank, Wich ita, Kan., d"j'.. August 10, bank of Topeka, Kan., 180. August lo, Feral National batik of Fort Scott. Kan., c 1 SO. August Lyons F.xchango bank of Lyons, Kan... If . August tl, First National bank of Dodge City, Kan., 150. Wmguie was arrested on a telegram from the Amoriila National bank of Anionliii, T:x., and will be held to await requisition papers. Be tnreat enod to snoot the officers who arrested him, lut was speedily brought to sub jection. SENSATIONAL UIVOSCK CAliS. E.Torto of a Dyinj Woman to Be Freed From Her Husnand. Cajjomoo, Aug. 80. Judg" Tuthill listened today to the evidence in tht dlTOrcaoOtt of Kmuia I, Huntington aga.nst tier huobtod, J. B. Huntington. Toe oomplainant is a daughter of (ieorge H. Btdth ll, the Wealthy board ot trade man. 8bt was not in c.mrt. Her lawyer explained that oho was ly ing ou her deathbed at Springfield, Mass., and that her latest Wisii was to be freed from tht man who is charged witti deceiving her. In ptacs of tier loshaooti as. if of damaging lettero, oddratoed to pooto files boi No. 584, were fi :ld t ttio COUrt, Tiy Were stgatd by "May BM aod Florence. George . BldwWl, a brother of the com ptainant, was put on the stand and gave damaging testimony against tht defendant. Tne Huntingtoni were married Mav 24, 1889, and lived at No. 267 Oak wood boulevard, i lo was a tlerk for his father-in-law. DRAWN UNDER THE FALLS. Two Girls L OSS TheW Lrvea While Row ing With Their Mother. BcauxOTOX, la., Aug. 30, A drown ing accident occurred at Otter dam, several miles above tins, city, Boodoy. The faauties ot J.im. - Gentry and .1 nines i bilds were camomg at the dam, Which has a tail of alout. four feet. Mrs. ChildS, her daugher Myrtle and a young daughtar of Mr. Gentry, and her son-in-law, uamed Metcait, were OUt row.ng thdow the folia. Tha taist was allowed to drift tOO clOSS to the falls and was caught in the eddy and swept under them. I he W0 giris were drowned, and the other occupant of tne ioat barely eOflapod Witb the a,d ol a boy who rowed out to the rescue. The body of Myrtle was found, but tno other is still missing. Called the Mwoster a Liar. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. ;0. lhe P.ov. K. If. Brumbaugh, nasi t of lhe I iret Uettiodist chorcb ot thai city delivered t lecture sat night on the subject ol "Komamam and I aimorality. " Dor log tl OOiirOS cf his remarks he made a statement wblth did oot ptaatt Dr. . Harney of the Boswortb h "futai, who arose and called the minister a I sr and stsrtr t for hfol with a csne. llerney win csught tefore reaching the pulpit by other m.-mbers of the audience and ws , y. from the OOOffOh. Herney is ffOSO S"v;ti"rland and oii'c stud ed for tne ir, est hood. ( Bert I i to rent MMUN .i) MUST KEEP IT OUT INcW lO'H ana London A! Anx.ous. NEW CHOLERA CASES REPORTED 1 wo of a Crew on a gtjok Da;-nd ioi Amtaa Diatovrrcd b.k W tn NOW fosgCa u. IB, -At dsybreak i - morning Um rt were tweie itotvav sh.p- anchored ott' the tatrdiug slat. on at qua: tontine witu tre.x'itaud pa.Nseu gers. 'i bete we- t;.t Krtraltnd. Cap ta n Kindle, from Antwerp August 20, with oirJ cabin and sTu steerage pabseu gers; the Ciroootia, Capta ti Boothby, from Glatg w lugust 18, with 242 cab a and 209 itoortge pasa ngers, tue N:.r onic, trom Liverpool A nuust . t .- Rosnao Pirmca, from Paitrtao Aui.at 4, tne Kewport, from toion; tho liurtei, from fit Ktttt; the Jooeph Otcri, from Uviogstoo; tha Coaoho, from Galoot loo; the llio Qraode, from 1 rooswick; the Neptun a. ;d t.a, ' tlom ba.aco.i, :t::d t "l :-' . ! ::. I Vera Crux. The Fnealand arrived last n giat at 7:0 and the Cin ussia a: Ia5$. Th" other stttmthipt arrived ib. I g the night. Dr. Jenkina and bit ass oats boorded lite -- srasb ; and grant ed cleau bills ot health to ai. cf them excepting tue Frietland, ( ireattia and Yucatan. n i Bxewpttwsw HaOa The jioi eiad role made by Health Otiicer Jeukms yesterday, wmeli pro vides thai all steamfbips arriving from infected ports on and after today must remt u in the lower buy off Bwinburno Islaod trom tiro lo Hvtdaytwith ti.e steerage passengers, will not bt e:i foroed on tb Pri slandandt ire fit, as they arrived e6terday. But every steamship thai arrives today or bOrO atbr from infeoted ports Will come under the ban without exception. The North German Lloyd steamfrbtp Latin, trom Piemen August "3, and the White !ar Liner leutonic, from Liverpool August :!, are uue tomorrow. The Vendomo, from botterdam August 20, is also due tomorrow. Friday the Rugia, from Havre, and on Saturday Lhe Normannta and Siubbenhuk, from Homborg august i id -7 retnoouve- iy, arc expected to arrive. CoafOrtsaea r tiio I Us At noon today a conference was btld in lhe mayor's office o discuss plans for such additional measures as may he deemed necessary to prevent tne in troduction of cholera into this city. TbOOe present at tin4 conference were Ifayoc Crant, Pns.dent Wilson, of the board of health; Dr. Cyrus Bdooo, chief of the bureau of eontagious disetaeai Pretidaol Barker, of too tax depart ment, and Deputy Comptroller Storrs, representing the finance department. President Wilson reported that the work of cleaning the city and putting it in good order was progressing satis iactor::v. Plans to prevent tht intro duction of cholera were dioCQSasd snd it was agreed b at . more money wa necessary the board of estimate' aud : iropriatiottt would bt immediaudy called together to appropriatt whattvei should be U i -- iry. ,NiiW CASES ACROSS THli WATER. Two Sailors on an American-Bound Bark T-ken. I on n , Aug. :.i . I ht cholera news continues alarming. The bark llelene. Which left Hamburg on Aug. 20 for America, has he. n detaiatd at hover on account ol sicknem on board. Last evenmg the lDdeue w.i towi t io i mvesend and two of the crew, alBictad with Astatic cholera, were taken to land ii.-i put in a hospital. 1 be t irk 8 . ol Bamburg, it detaiatd at Graaeeend o:i suspicion that ilieie may be cholera ou board. Ida Baatyao, the Roi au Pole from Hamburg, who was admitted into the Loudon hospital yesterday, apparently dying from h.l- aee iu posed to be As.atic cliolera, is still ;i re. Donald Carrie A Co. tnnounoet tlmt lhe steamers of the COttlt line will henceforth cease calling at Ham burg and Hush. ng. en route to frica, and tnat they have ((um d book ng pesseageri foi Ifedeirt and Las Pal- maa. Four emigrants from liussia on their way to Amenca, who intended to sail today, have beeu striCKcned at Liver pool with what appears In bt cholera. 1 v were sent lo the botpital and t!ie cases are Ik ing closely watched to tat if the disease is c oolOTO. Other emigrants art- being inspected, txth for local sanitary reasons and iecus the steamship mpan.e sie anxious not to cany any who are likely to cause troublt in Itadiog. In Other K impean Cities. Paoos 2 . -There were four deatOS, :nc,udi- g 4 ; ! boti t.. si teodant, trom bolerme yesterday, and there were ttortv new cases of the dis ease. The bOS itaJfl ar being pot t a i ondition tor ao p dt nnc. More eaes bave onae to I gut btl art t spooled of b tot; the geuuiog kstatt lera. If Avax. Aug. 30. rhe cholera it in erf as ig io tn.s i itv. Sevei tv-tme new '1 -e moitaiiiy pe : ; - . sFANijkW rxvaa in aaMtaa Cattle Dying by tht Hundred u Green- wood County. I J EaroaiA, Kan.. Aug. 30. Dr. Rich- ard-. a veter nary surgeon of tins city, I was called to Greenwood oounty pes terdav toetR; auit ' II. C. Jackson's ranch. A p v. ou ;t. tl a as Or. U HN .1 was IOUlaa IhAl lUe cause ot Oeath nti sin:di fever. A t 5 p. tt ll O, When 1U .-a . .s e through e ! t man, t . om a pb wat hefon ttii to. ao toed such rtmarkabU etu ogth iu ths v a-i . ag iVS I tl.. D Ins exact cone nid rabsj l chance to criti p n there w d ntinei was undenial aefa protud fat and m a way iu gestive JI short breath a,-C of athletic endeavor. Rolls ol super abundant flesh Mill clung to his ribs, the same as whon be started his work at Canoe Place Inn, and bis age seemed apparent. The crowd cli.'i red the ghid lat r for his feats of lhe past, bui in dulged in regretful comments on b.e present form and prospects i September- 7. The hail was crowded with sportmgnien who were there to ;ke a look at the strong boy just before the battle, and third wt-ro many KgnifL ant look? exchanged when ht stood upend showed just how fat be wnp. During a bout with Athlon, as Sulli van sat in bis corner, Fred limns, the champion announcer, said to the b.g fellow: "How much clo you weigh.. Jol "Two hundred and four flrp;. 1." wa- thi rtply, "I'll bet it's ntarer 248 than 2'ty' re marke 1 a speetv.o.- w . s it ; .r. TWO MORE INJlTNCTIOMt. Jude Morton of Boston Enters an Order AgBir.st the Iron Hall. bow. Am?. 30. Judce Morton, in BOSTON, AU the supreme notn, grantei ag.i...-t lb O Iron Hail on each of two b lla in equity, entered by Judge Morton the purnoi of pre 1 1 i g quo peodiog lh bet op plication for the appotntm ci iver and an n junction, a iho order is that for the stotoi n toe an. i apfiointmanl ol a re junction, all moneys, id Other propertv d corporation .u lias b.r.ikf, papers a the defeodanl saehLseit to remain as tht i now are till the farther action of some justice of the supreme court. Judge Morton dt . met; lo n ; i v . i ut . p:e.e i O protection lor menders ha case ihry refused to pay assessments levied, say ing fT ht H f. pirate appilCOt D Should be ma le by DOOOtcl. blMILAK To IKON HALL. Another Bodowment l tj 'e A:red in the Courts. Booroi, Aug. M Injunction psp have been filed w th toe -upreaieco by the atlomeyi ol L)r. Edward v lair.-, a Lynn dentist, against thOOl of legis, a Mven-veax endowmeot d r ol Lynn. The ids all. I agauist the officmls of tOtotdoi rs t o - of :t cotiMdution. tne irau. for tb rt r' oorp o. tne it imohg LLc A I If IT IS ALL BUNCOMBE m ! Hoarard Vmtent's Crock Brained Speech. HE PREDICTS THE DOWNFALL GUdetnrnan (soeerasaaaa m Oat) Hour After the Oxwaua of I Pariiaroem. - i N1 v Og. S( ! ' f r"!il,d V It it b I r. a;- ly tirv lot I u j- Tb. ; s J .pst; Les 1 all nat ot r.KXO trade pr vii r toe csuile.ua glads: Continuation of the Correspondence Be-