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VOU Mli VI i I GRAND RAPIDS. MICH.. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1893 NUMBER 2?x PART I. j . EJeARY THIRD nCKEI A tin Anti-Snappers, Determined to Nominate One. TWO VERY OPPOSITE MEETINGS Ksenbik.n ia Harmony and DemocxaM id Stew They AcuwCgs Thaw Sttuatma Danger .jua. New V an, Oct. 1 Matters were l.va.y at iu aet.onel republican quar ter today. Ctaauiau Carter, no.'' tary Mg4 uiua Ml c.arkson and Mr. Kereaa received o,uito a number of ca.ler. atcr tlieeoch iiMbeto id Ktd for s.x iMCLci it r .- r .. Wya, (h tuj r 10, Logansport, cto ber 11, fc.firt, Octobr 12, all m In diana, lu n.o ae wdt speak at War ro, vtuter 14 Among the callers today wre ecretary lracy, euaiar JaduocS of hehraaae, & L. Magee of ffiLta .vau., lu-druaaler am ott of .New tork, l'r. Syrmger. c Lawman of toe lepuui.can alate executive cnmm.tiee of Mississippi, Cou lierfotia Jiiiifi Buchanan of freutoa and Cot, W. a. 1 ledge el uorg.a. Coiouei Pledge said that tb condition of affairs iu the scuta n very encouraging. Sittit r Paddock ol Nebraska, who , in Nf V'rkua h:i wiy home Ii mi Wah.ugton, w.s utie of the early tor at lbs republican headquar ter. Ihe senate r n sprakmg ut the situation :n Nebraska aa d that ad v cm from hi state were very eocour- ; H Was on ni4 way boOM to pt dor an -u oca aa be count. Ho aa d ne had Mm TtUSOet confidence in the stsreeas of the can paid a in Ne l MMS Mr SSSag of D'ui Ji rau. A- the democratic nat.ouai head quarter today there wa a feeling ot" r gret '...at lac Aut. .-nappsrs of this cty have leaded to run an independ ent local t.cket. Chairman Herrity uJ t.l" ioc tti all advised againid it in.! they are of the opini n tbxt this aeti n will n l help the nat.onal ticket. 1. i. a iU thai tne real danger is im tea peop.e's trading of votes for local office. Mott of Itie members of the tiemocrauo a mmsatee left fee home to day. J.J. li.c; erdsou, democratic na t.ouai coaim tteemaa wa at tiea 1'juar- laj eOeiggUWg p.ans for pushing t e canvas ui his state, Tne demo- rtj 4aeided to wait a wniln bafor n m.nati ;g a n an for thrtf jesjtftw, i the court of apea Th- noaunalKNI tutiHt be wad be tore October 31. t ;iuacey F. Black, preaident of the national association of democratic clutw, is sa parted to arrive touis;ht. It w stated tnat Im w k parvoMUlj call upon Mr. Cswelaad nd Mr. Htfl and urge them u accept the invitations ' v . . v ixl B i' i t them to address : rttngof clubeto be beld at the academj of music Tuesday next. Tsmmany Kiects Delegstes. N. VoiiK. O. t. 1. Tae Tammany deniorsiic organ. i slkM this Hvenin; weld miliary elections :n trie thirty as Wly districts of the oty and elected delegates u a city, county and judic axy eeweaotieei tor tne first judicial I t and assembly and aidnrtnaoic d.ttr.ot convention. NATIONAL FINANCES. Report Shown a Decrease m the Debt IsMfWaWI n the Treasury. W 1 . I - rhp -Ut.-nsrnt on the tHsl t on of the pubiic debt and treasury on the 3ovh ot Septem M a SMWEOesw dunog trie month in tne former ot 7 04,255, Ami an in crease of cash in the latter of $2,743, 573, a n I decrease of . 4-il IfV was an Micrease of in the id tereet bar ng debt, a d"cr a-; of I2G,--SO in t .e dtt on which interest has teeeed. tmt a d r-ase of rril, Ttt.AU n tr.e tett r waiiofl no mtreit. Tne totai debt is 1960.513,164. 13 T'e cash baian :i II tr aury, exclu sive of the 110,000,000 gold reserve, was .;;..H-.'...H. Ot ti;a amount t16, " i, .'. oi was on deposit in aaiioual t aoK t tne credit ot disbursing ollirers s i general account, ( o n in the - a : ..f f Jt" os.V, aga net which certificates amounting to W. "'i5.W9 hat been Hued aol ft t. ,iver. w th 3i.4t ,;M cer t. rVralea ootclaedieg asje nt t. The Utal receipts for the month were I 171.6, awsaaat I2S.0OI in otemher. ttn and the in roae was almost entirely from the custom house. Last month tns cntoms due footeu up $l7.2tH,47 6. In September, lXfl. they were t h. a ti I t ;r !t montn ere '.. 'K.7H.74, a-i if t9934,6il. 19 a year ago. Pennns wr cnargt-a' w It the grat hulk of the increase. Mm M'V'54,307.13. i i teniber. trie ajmenta on toat account wrre 7-.V. Judge Oreafiasa fee Cleveland. rn loo, (H . 1. The H-raM tomor- srw m ii . ennnmceinnt that m Wa'er ij hr'tusm, Who n made i strong t id for the repn'i; an . ?v ' -at ttn and who f ma v ears 'ia teen one of the mot 'Tonent figures in the republican t nrtr I v.'f fof r..r levelsnd. 1 n 'aniHMiare-o. -t ad" on th rreeham hs Hn davs. Judge Allan III ' WH I rash am to nsefti bs ihoim", y ft I i f ipssbl cans f this civ opened the eiBBpeisni u- r ih a st rf if a;pei fm M a en ie-1 il-i wM eloaed SMStsev ffScft en Tnal. ft J The mf i ;a so ne increaei g e .j s ahl relaru of tr'.i.t.'; 1 pruesiOtt was genera today in the . boaeahold tbat she was tdlj tetter. The amc i f nour .:.. watch she is atne to take is the uul asMOUrag'.ng feature these dav. and Slreogtoens the liESC ECQtsOfl that ' can continue t t. .a 'sr own aw e longer her chances fur neli.ng U lU: are certainly much .uij.r.d. ENCYCLICAL LETTER. Pope Lev) Issue One to be Ksad la Chu.wh I -y. Nsw Yoke, tvt. 1. lu the Human Catholic cherehec of America an en cyclical letter will be read tomorrow ; expressing in part the sei.twnsuis here- j iu contained. 'It s right a-; ; opportune that ws should addresa to all children of the , itnueticerta.il exhortation which w ll be renewed tarouu ) oar words, so tuat the may strive to observe the coni ng O. -oter. devl.catnt by fi-i loary to I ady and August QrsMSJ Mother sjl 'od. witn ttie more UVWJl p ety 1 hose Sim can and ouKht to do so place no huuU anu impoe no pCESl i-e aa arrogant wicked ness ant til bf a str . .: riervauee it d : vine law. Henoa, ;t :s whrii uci is tt;e QaEC tnat have 0 deplora the est.il 1 ahuient ol th nkesNI for the training of the mind Msg the study of trie arts, in which the name of od is either not ment.oned or vituperated. We have to deplore the ..Leae, da ly grow.ug bo.der, of laying everything whatsoever before the pop u ace by mean of pttbltoat on, of every so: i :; i.VC to Gad and tne church. Nor :s it less to be depicred that amount many t athokes t.ieri) is a rem.s. :o;i of dutv u ad an apatriv wh eh, ;f not sqitlVhlent to any open abandonment of trie faith, tend to terminate m it, since the prac : era ia do wise eooaoEtant with the faith. Our desire can be real ised in the fu lest measure through ds v a to the rosary ot the lUessed Yir g.a. Bftoold these counsels and wishes be B i at by the irreligious, who blas- ssna whatsoeeer they know not, may liod nierc;lully pardon them. I.pr Leo XIII. The letter also bestowed the aposto lic benediction upon the faithful. LATTLR DAY SAINTS. Camp Itestnig of Mormons Opened at Logan, Iowa. I ics, I., Kit. 1. Reunion of the latter day sa.nti opened here today under the oust favorable circum - i toes aed gave pronr.se of being a notable occas oa. A host of leading lights of the Mormon etiurch ar in at Laooa, and lne opeuing exercises srsrs f tne most interesting and renu a M eiU character. The church people ' aesart that great work will be accom plished in their peculiar religion. There are nearly three hundred tents on the ground and many families are with the c.t.ens. Many more are ex pected to arrive. The affair is under the control of Kider Foscull, and the musical program is presented by a arije choir of able smer". Sundav beiag e fair day at least 5,000 peopid will be in attendance. REPORTS FROM EUROPE. Cholera Still Continues, But Decreasing Very Rap.dly. Hambi ko, Oct. L Tnere havo been e,?hty-hve fresh cases today, twenty. four deaths and IS8 boriais. Only 8'J'J p'-rsous art under tfeatrnent m the cholera tioso.tais. Tin- theaters are doing a tremendous business. Beer gardens and variety shows have been patronized tOSHght as not tn the pre v six moctl ba, Tkikste. 0 t. 1. Fo ir cases ot chol ra S I o deaiu hare Oeen rap here today. Vi:m, Oct. 1. From Rergogus, eeef the taiiaa frontier, six cases of Cholera snl one dea f, a e x- ; In ( raicrow there have been four fresh cas and two -baths todav. In Bod a lvta t'.ere have len eight tresh cases and fiv d.-aths. (Jr..o.i ac he PeilOSH Out. ( h: io, Oct, 1. The I n ou Pacitic will probably be the nxt hne to de sert lbs stoking I rai. Dtai as soiaation. It gave notice today of , awal from tn- ; .:r d-'sr'-ment ol the seeacsation. Th" aigned reason was I MM i.-csiou of V-st-ern Traffic sic a: IB MM) regerdinsj the 1 aiesi Pacific rat- via. Opdee, The w.thilrawnl occasioned but little comment, as it was expected. Preparation for Columbus Day. N:w York. Oct. 1. A Joint meeting of trie baoqael and rcei t mi c run- t tees of the Columbus celebration was held today. t the MO eats at th tianquet I ivitat ons tor 7-." hal bssS) sMswpteJ.it was rep rud. Hoxes will n er' 1 for I r- ! f Harrison, ex-Preident Cleveland and ex Presi dent Hays. Death of sn Editof. MoirrrnaR, V t . Oof. 1 Ifirs n At aiea, estlise ol tn- Arg' s an I Patriot an i ssMsfseea of lbs dea raf o st ite c -mm Ilea, d.ed at 140 th.s eveuing. He wa y year 0 I . AVERAGE OP J 5 6 IXlstfiS HEAT3. Great Week's Rac if at Trrs Ha is. I'-s'.naMon of the Flyers. Tsesr H r: . Itti., 0 t l.-Tbe 2 17 pa.e. im fin ed yeter1y. s called HlM morn m and w m tf. r straight heats by Mikado Ihe tinss was stow M I a rved ;,. redoes the av rage (or the wees. Per the sitty heat trotted or pacvl At tne n ee g the average ton. . '', a r'!i that i i y d v. Flying Jd worx. d two o m les Ik morning snd . w signs or aatanese, ssipfMsed le be .1 i.. I p int n h l ff f re .e,j 11 w I Be " ped t, ftii to ' oe and en in the t r . orn -re i tare iber n- ' I - w in Hal Pointer and iy It s un ert"S there w 11 be a re sti.stmeat us Ihe parse br IhAt TAC-, ' T-e-ncee of atwit w n led Mr Ty or vws TURNED ON THEMES The Carnegie Company Sec ures Warrants, CHARGING A HIGH TREASON Against the Haenestsad A w.i iv v i ::- c .V'- .. -ii:; Swi- scd Over it. Pitrio-e... .!. 1. Warrants were issued today aga;ut tin- adv sory toard o! the Hoiueatead nlrikei t-tiaig-ing them with tree ton. When tiie l ews reach.-d "41 oiliest. 'd it stun ki d the people. The locked oiil men were puttied and declared they did not Know what it meant. I hoy wore uu an. nous .u lbs bt 1 ef that litis thing of busemi etisimi Ism si guas too far, t.i.vuig that a charge ot treason rafls l Sd upon the.r Mattdiof s Anna , ati saiisens hod gsjaiitsl ibeii patr.ot.sm. Aiiogethcr it wii roundly cSOOttl 0 ll s le..eved ty It. no n that the ob ject of ttie arrests was to get the leaders cull of toe Wiiy Ml that the others vvou d go to noik. At lor Mr, Hrruiinn't Opinio it. "1 do not l ehevd that the charge will ever be sustained," said Mr. Hrea nai, "localise there vvas no element of treason ist the acts ol Ihe trisn. There must t e a g in ral nufpoes to destroy and resist ail rightful and IsMSJ auihoi .tv. 1 tie suiKie act ot an individual, or of a niol oi men in a case like we have had at Homestead, is described Si the laws ot the slate el r ot and as ttie acts ol a mob. It is wrong tor tne su.kej to prevent men from enter ing the WOrkl .it Homestead, and it was wrong tor them to enter them, and no:ody ou earth regrets it now as nun has they do. Ihesewere sets ooosxnitled in the heel of excite - rnenl ai.j were intended to prevent dMOfdef of a more berious nature. Probably some of the acts alleged, if committed, were simply expedients re sorted to that advantage might be gamed in the strike, but ireaon or a plot to Overthrow the government s .. w . f .i":. . : I r um their thoughts. I am very free to ctate, upon ttie intoneetioo I have received about the proceeding i, that the men will never becouvicted on ttiat charge. Carnegie' Ala ) Talk. "This will bo the hret case of treason ever tr.ed in the state oi Pennsylva nia," said P. C. Knox, attorney for the Carnegie Steel company. "In lact, UMTS was never anyimug exactly sun. liar. The only case coming near u were the proceedings growing out of the French commune. This case will attract as much, if not more, interest than did tne famous that of Aaron llurr. TVe are bringing these proceed ing to see whether the laws of Petin eyivania or th edicts of the Home stead advisory committee are to rule tins commonwealth." Pr sideni William Heibe of the Amalgamated association was IMttSU- and when questioned about tne supreme court's act. on and the charge ot tieason. He did not have a word to cay except that be had not heard of it before, and not teinsj a lawyer could not g.ve aa opinion on BUCh a sui'i- ct. He said he did not know whether or not then- were any grounds for the charge. Chief Ju.-tice Paxton tins afternoon fixed the baii for the men charged with treison at (10,090 in each case. Attorneys lirennan and Cox, rt pre senting the accused men, then pro i led to Judge Kennedy, who is pre iding oi' t the court of Oyer anu i er mtner. William iiaird an i John Iher k u were the or.iy ones with bondsmen handy, and they were brought before the court. P.iird's bondsmen wire ac i !, hut Dierkeo's were not, and t: a t r was reman led bacE to jau. As the tasi standi with the scoum t new tte y STS in the same posdion as it the oh - were ma le i . re ar.y justice of toe peaea. The mforma iions wi'! vjo in tore the grand jury, and when tru bills are returned will b n Sdy to come up for tr al. Attor ney lirennan said that all the men would waive the preliminary hearing. Making Ample i'lt-paratlnnv "The sir. king steel worker have pre pir. 1 to iiht this lat move of the Cereseje steel eompany tn instituting charges of tresson against the advisory loard to the l. Iter Shd." Bo remarked a pfosntnenl cittsen of Romestead to a reporter Cot the I n t d Pfsse tonight. His k press on wai prompted by a per sonal k no e ledge of what s goaig on in tne ranii cf the lotaed out men. Ttie steel workers have set Ore 1 t:," sereicCS of ttie well known criminal lawyers, I .u. is M. Msrsha I, v, Umm .'. hear don and Major K. . Montooth to as ;t Messrs. (ox and Breonan m the r sMsSMA fbtl trio of heavy weigtita were engaged Ihii SVesdM and will begin work m the interests of ttie defend ai ts on Monday. Heietofore th ofric;a' of the Amalgamated a s ciatioti a a biwlv hav- in no wav aided ttie Homestead men. but now lbs ex zences of tt.e situation have neces - . sd ouie actioti on their pnrt and t . have determined on a decisive ttsnfl Cootiauingi the informant Sal I ' I- r -l?y evenine I'ns ilSht Wei hie snd President Elliott Oarland of the Amalgamated Association, sud denly and very ipuetly b ft Pittsburg, i be went eAa! a their ff M on ws one eeWUeeted w.'ii It,-- ,nt rests of the II imestead men. rbwy er exif te.i in P ttebnrg Monday and Mm n yo i a SlfWel to li'ar Ainieirung thst w.ll sur ; se y u." The i t of mrmfM of the Home stead SxteMnry f-mrd. for whom war rant have aireadv I-en issued, is as folMtWS D. H. bannon. T. J. Crsw ford, V rirr I- bsli, F. K. brown, Mn- inr I esgeb, Mnoea M. Cneb. William ( ..'iit, M. Herr . P l.ewngbt, M. Murrsy.ti. Kyis ids, John Wcl a a . . H y iMnnell, tae liver. (F. ('ban peno. J .i n i ele, W Mel o 'fly. John I'ertan, Red Kennly. John i - ll , ;:, i I'Av-d Ifnrh. Harv Payne, Henrv luvarl. I. Dvtteblow Jsk EHifford, VI 1 i , I t f a n M r, W IF Thompson, W. T Jo K. ifeVWtSt n ft I hf ete I t Mael o wa hrld at - .van lott U night TbS pakr Aa MiM feia H h mpsoii, . s a editor tn Wt agin Ha wbe addressed e legne crowd e i I nil issues fresu a meeelii ans and point Her father who si a democrat wa b l ed to Sif sk at ttie same place and the republicans were in ui for a joint dilate I e ween father end daughter, but the toimer tailed to put n an sppvarai sufcieaoor c ou hoo. ( (lit .i on s-iwdl K b Results In the Cvmpte.ats lur Conspiracy, t uii'iiiu, ou. I.- Warrants were -Worn out this evening by Thomas 11. Bag. tar the arrest of John Cud ahv al Austin N . Wia.ht u the i ...ife oi e nsp racy, r&t warrants Were placed u thi hands of S COnstaMe, t-til tut re! urn 'It en ashds up to the ttms the court closed for Hit- day. Ttie action t the result of the existing ooreef ia sti ri rds by whtcb a good many Chicago speculators 1. : U- s-vsrel' lunched. Ihe ailorination on whfrh ttie i wat rants were iMllSfj alleges that on or utter Sept. 2u, an unlawful c nubias- tiee was entered into to regulate ami tlx the price of short rib sides of pork, snd that Messrs. Wright and Cudahy were parties to the combination. When t , i scare I broke out pack Bfs made naste to SCii short ribs and a large quantity was unloaded on Mr. N r gnt. who was on ttie long side of tl market. Mr. W right, it . allege I, secured ttie backing of Cudany toeuahie h i to carry his holdings until the fare blew over end then Ix'gun the iqueeseing of Ihe snorts. Today ribs went from ,10 to ?lo.:;o. All tne deliv eries of ntm on the board today, alutit 1 ,oix) pounds, went to Cudahy iV v g t. rhere is a short Intereet ol 4o,uot),000 pounds, while the visible supply is only 23,000,000 pounds. SUIT AGAINST THK V ANUSR BILTS. Mary Vanderb.it W.nta $100,000 for tho Loss of Her Husband. Mew TOST, Oct. I. Mary Vanderbilt hart brought rant in the supreme court to recover $100, 00O from Captain Jac b Vanderbilt of Staten Island for ttie alienation of the affections of her hus band and her son, Jac b H. Vanderbilt. bne declares that she came from a smalt town in the mteri r of the state and met h-r husband in this cty, where, at hi request, they were mar ried ender sssumed nams in the spring of I88'i. He retpiested that then mar riage be kept secret, as he was afraid his father would cut him off. in June 18S7 he said he would have to leave her, as his lather had learned of the marriage. At a meeting of counsel for them on June 27. 1S7, she declares his fattier agreed to give her id, 000 a year if she would consent to a separation and drop the name of Vanderbilt. She declined And in 1888 sued her hus band for separation on tne ground of sbandonment. Justice Barrett gave her $100 a week alimony and a counsel fee of fViOO. The sction has not been brought to trial. In the previous case her counsel says she has letters of Captain Vanderbilt which will show tie alienated the affections of her husband. Embezzling Hoirl Clerk. Nrw Yoejc, Oct. 1. Frederick If. Crawtovd, cashier 1 the Kndicott hotel, it was announced today, is an en. l .'km . having disapptared with some 'iJ.ooo ot the mouoy of the hotel an I its quests. Just before the Corbett-SuoiVAn tight a number of his friends made up a pur-e ot l,600 and sent Crawlord down the scene of the encounter to place the money ia bets. That was the last seen of bint. Strike Declared Off. Can An Rapids, Oct. I. 'ihe strike of the operators on tne Burlington, Cedar Kipids .V Northern railway was de clared off at noon today and ttie men will return to thoir work. The oettle menl cannot be said to te a victory for either side. The operators secured the vital point of reCOSJUd on of their order, which was the most vigorously nan lea led for, snd was one of the causes t ' led to strike. Fatal Oame of Craps. Jii neeimii ig. red., Oct. 1. John I in and James Turns? were fatally cut this afternoon by razors in tne : i Is of Asa Chambers and James W ISOtt. The difficulty was precipitated by game of craps. Johnson was cut and slashed thirty-two limes and Wii son received almost an equal number of wovnds. The murderers made their escape. Dynamite at liiookiyn. tfSTW Yo .1 , rt. 1. Tins morning a dynamite bomb was thrown from a wmdow in Um UarheM building, Brooklyn, opposite the cty hall, ami exploded 011 the pavement. The noise of tae exp osion was heard a quarter Ot a Mils awav. No one was injured. Tne police state it was meant for eg Mayor Hunter, w bo wee mi at the time. Miles of rirnns. Paip.o. N. I.. Obi 1. -A terrible prair.e lire is raging wet of lbs M -snsjti river. Tne tiro ii about 8fteen mi m w dth and twenty mile long. A "tiff breex- is driving the flames at a fsst rate, and ice,,, ostttS and st p have to run for their lives. bu c.de at kockford. K x kfokt, III., ct. 1 Mrs. Axsl Bl rgqttiet, a sister-in law of ea Herg- Vil, fcei retary and tresaurer o the iCkford l--i ar.d Furniture coin psny, commuted SUieids iast r.glit with trychains atid arsenic. Ibe was but 84 years n d Fata. I ire. sTtlMieill I . I jwa. Oct. I. Fire broke nut last n ght at J 2 o'clock .n the Kmmet houe, which narlv re 1 Ited 111 d- tr v ug the entire bus r ess fM.rlion f Ihe city. Mr. Krennan, who was sl p ng in the hot-, was burned to (bat A M D i,fse. iaoow. . et II Mrooaiyn Fgie ibts afternoon published a sbwv to the a set thai Cel. vm. i 14 aa, the well knoWn theatnral manager s (. (or ranner, the e es. have agreed to separate. 8 ion o. I it I Imh W o, ei , 1 vt, 1 t re broke out bh 1 I ' I t t . f a , It s N M. P A V. It's Husy Season The strong riglit ;irm of the law wa active laht week. CfaiCbgO 1 1 1 1 r-( h ran. THEY GET OUT FIVE Of the Ten Bodies Buried in the Norrie Mine. HORRIBLE SIGHTS REVEALED One Identified as the Boy, M.ke Downs, by the Sizo of His Protruding Hands and Peet. InOMWOOO, Oct. 1. The work of dis lodging the bodies of the entombed miners is going on as rapidly as poesv ble. Sand button, the a t boas, says five bodies can be seen piea up among the heavy timbers, and worK is de layed on account of a lack of air. The miners rdnke tho lodies with p m when at work. Arms, heads and legs protrude everywhere, making a horri ble sight. If one body can be brought out whole, then others can readily be taken out. Ouu small hand and boot protruding from the mass of ore makes it certain that young M.ke Downs is one of the live miners p. led together. His father is at the shaft, frantic with grief, as be has another son at home dying with typhoid fever. Dangers r Me Work. The rescuing parties which have bei n at work seventy-two hours still carry on the work every hour of the day and night. That Abraham Thomp son who was taken out yesterday IS ra ing, is the only one ot the eleven men to escape has been certain since noon yesterday. The efforts of the rescuers ot the twenty-lour hours hav- 1 eea concentrated on the first room, under the debris with which it is tilled, the Im idies of the ten nnsing will be found. Beery minute these brave fel lows work their l.vesare in the great est peril. The greatest caro and mot scientific methods are being pursued, however, and it is hoped the room Will b- cleared sufficiently to recover the bodies without mishaps. Ii i ioiposSihlr to identify any but the boy yet, and it may by many hours liefore they can he taken out on ac count of the dangerous condition of the ground. PETER WHITtt WON'T RUN. The Democrats Must Put Up Another Presidential Elector. MAeqenru, Oct. 1. Owins 10 pressuie of his pr.vate husim s and the time c nsumed by bil duties as s mem ber of the Michigan world's tair com mission, the Hon. I'eter White, who was uomitiated hv the d mooratrC state convention as elc tor-at-large fiuia IbS Western district, has Withdraws from the state ticket. The state convention to be held in Lansing October 4 will till ttie vacancy. If the upjer penineula democrats are attewed ti nan. su' cessor, John Poweis 1 I ansba w;.l tie selected. The convention wili be called upon to u maiate candidates for chief justice, for member of the bosrd of education, to fill tne place of James Burr, withdrawn; and elector-at-large. BRUTAL ASSAULT Of the Foreman of a Paper N' 1 t'; a VVorVman. ffSSMe,Oeii I. Frank Bardsx 1, fore, man n Ihe Karden Paper ronipan's mill, yesterday in an angry pas;rn struck John Wi stier on tne bead wth a two pound mach ne hammer, I ing s si ver wound. Lat trg.tt the : w ikni'ii archHl the town for Par- len, but he 000 Id not be fottu I. The paper are now out for hH srnst i n the charge of assault with intent to commit grat txdi y harm, lis ha the rape tattoo f being one of the seed oeerbeerinjl men o the mill, wh: e rtVr a man well 1 ked. omet and 1 lator oa. The workmen have ignd e petition, smi wid present it to the company aak tig h discharge. Ih J 1 mrmns fterdeen a bang .nfrigy by the indignant workmen. fca t h IVice of MTk LAwsfwo, Oet 1 a boat 1 00 Ingham conn tr Isre srewh f 01 ' n Ii to tee , l ao ng odeeesd Xi Miey,betd an sdj an sd meet eg n. re I laf and t dtedsnia id the foliow.hf pru-es I l SSM v 0 n m nee did not At first propose to knuckle dowu to any popuoal doc trines, but he has now agreed to en dorse the Omaha piatform, and will be placed upon the people's ticket. Knights of the Grip. Lansi.ho, Oct., I. Ttie board of di teeters of the Michigan Kn ghts of the Grip met and decided to hold the next annual meeting at Hetrct, Ieoember, 27. Secretary McCauiey is enthusias tic over ttn eoadiliou of the organiza tion. The membership has reached luoo now, 40u uavaig joined s no the last annual meeting. On. v Ian e deaths have occurred within the year, show ag a iow ratwof mortality among ihe boys. There were present at the meeting Pres. dent A. C Ncrthun, Ol Jackson; Secretary J. L McCbuley, Detroitj and diieoton s. a. toa-t 1 (.iianl Kapids; M. V. irowley, M. P. Wright, Detroit; and C. Ii. Ballard, Lansing. Wants $15,000. JaCKSOV, Oet, 1. - Frank Perry, ty h s attorney, Thoruss K. P.arkworth, hegan suit in the circuit court yester day against the Mich.gan Central rail road, trespass on the caee. Perry was a brakeman or; that road and Jan M of this year be met with an acc dam wh.ie coupling cars at Grand Kapids which necessitated the am station of a hand and a portion of an arm. lie claims 16,000 damages. Jailed far AssaulL Pa st 1 ac, Oct. 1. A man giving the name of Thomas Ki field, claiming De troit as his itouie, is in jail charged with assault. It is alleged that on Wednesoay he met Mrs. Gus Lrado in the eastern suburls winie she was re turning with medic ne for a sick child And throttled her, putting his knee to tier back and throwing her to the ground. Her cries attracted htrhus tiand's attention, when the folio was arrested. Liquor Dealers Organ re. Kalamazoo, ct. 1. The liquor I dealers of St. Jo9o h. BeilMU, Cass, I anBvren, Kslamatoo and slttOttn counties met at halamsz(o OS Friday and nrganied a d strict lesgtn . wh.ch will eventually unite with other dis tricts snd form a state orgst 7at on. James Man.y of Saginaw v r gamier and Frederick Hotop is the president. Fate of a Fenton Forger. FrsTov, OcL 1. A young man named T.rish, who was err.;, oyi ! c . Mm farm of Jesse Crane near this vii lage, forged tns employer's name to a note for M00 and sold it to C. D. Wight man on Thursday. Yesterday the for gery was discovered, the young man arrested and all the moncv fOOOVWTed, Heavy T;r.-ber Lo. F.a-- T w .cv, ' t. 1. K heavy north eFter is on. to the barbof are the Weston snd barges, and the Meek Ag lhn1. The Volunteer lott last tiiiil ! J with a Isrge raft and fears are enter tained foi la- Jo's of the raft, others ar" making the hartiir. The schooner James Aust u, lies ofl Alalnaster. All in Pennies. Lsewse, Oct. t. The total smonnt of the pennv contributions for tne M rdii gan educational world'fc fir.r fund from the cho Is of M;ch;gn in re syons to sn SbpesJ f- m the educa tional com mil tee, j " ' Stolen Horse Comes Home. t 1 Oet, a vebsabie f,r.re belonging t C J. ( befiet was un I U ' f 1 from hi phaeton on the stre t last errn 1 c and sb-en. The n or-: ng lbs returned to bisstaUe, minus the harness. Ac-1 M - hed. Fvt. v, Oet. 1 Hev. P. Forbee, protest iy the oldest F'srt:t m;n.1er in the state, d ed st the Harust Home m this place this srtern'Kr on his W?th birt1 av. raneral trom the Home Oct. . " Diel On Bvr!bdy Fx me. Oet. 1 1 1 Hev p. Fortwa, sn mm1- if the Par M a sters' hee seieeieted ri lay vea t ar ..-.!-! after .i-nnT be began f a ' 1 v p ' eo . r.- . . .0. . 1 , r, (M I I n of the e is t . n- '; P ' t 1 Is ItoJMi 'a Wh p- SJ IN THK (iLIi WoHLD Conservative Hue sand Cry Over AfricJL GOLD AND SILVER WEDDINGS Royal Gatherings and Kmtu at baas Wscmai and Achcoa Tttta Wed. WJhSBi Loir Don, Oct. 1. The conserve! are boding with rags at the decssMsi of the government W abandon Pgands, and they propoee to msk a et.:! gn on the paealion in i-arlaameut. They cIa.iii that Mr. G la 1st one and Lord Koeeberry are a. . ; 1 a dea re to injure ti e last Afnoa company ba cua that company ia barge v oosn pod of adhsrenia of Lord hahsbfAry, and they pi edict thai the alsvt.don msnt of I ganda will be lbs Drat step toward a general wiutdrawal ef goerumeut protecivoa trom ths culou.es in that .v.tuty. It s known that betb the frcmch govern ment and the t ongo free Uos art B XiuUs to a. ixe I ganda aa soon ae me Brit.eh snihdaraw fraes it, and u.o reuch m.v . ar.ea k:. expectvd vo raiM a cry for French inter !tt-aei u their behalf whenever Uapbs h l ugar t and Lis tcrce depart front the country. As Uganda is oonaidered the i iot ui sirati.e re.oa a. CenliAi Atr.oa the Iom of ttiat kmdom 0 ll ts a aarmue blow to the interests ol ttie kaet aX can company, which is nut in a tlour ishiug coaa.t.oa uudt 1 pretc. cue 0 stances. gweae Bswel MaObsweeg On the continent the royalty is pre paring to celebrate torn 1 rud feeiivale this month. Ud neil V edOMedaj Hm liraud Dake and the Grand Duebeso ot Base-We saar Will entertain st ther golden weddiug the Oiand i'ufce and the Grand Ducness of Laden 1 and (guean of naxony, and representa Ireetef a., the sesaiMr German ftti - The emperor may retort, fr 1. l shooting box, Mo mm ten, in East Pvee sia, to attend toe les&ivttiea. Thane motiths agu the 1 .ar i.:e. at might be present; but in view of tne strained relation betw -ei and the emperor this plan tiaa baeu given uu. Tne Orsnd lhik- Vladimir wui probably represent ths ll rwtere burg court. cc bealbM . .1 rest several days. The kmg and queen c f Greece W..1 tioid their lver w dduig s Alliens Itires weeks later. This l not Ie such sn slaborste funcuon aa ttie Weimar atta.r. Among ttie gusssia will be the k.ng and queen of iHn rrsrk, parents of the ki-.g of . reave. There will tie a national demonsiraUou in Athens, a city exhibition, n.umiua tions and fi reworks. in Uaeanga n ipravtia Emperor William's ear is Again te subject of diplomatic diecuMiou. From Pans comes the report that the emper or's phys.cians propose an ope ration similar to the one performed at Be)bsjs tusstock last spr.ng. The emperor so ( fers severe oa.ns 111 his bead, ha a painful inf.ammaUou ot the chords of . ck tit'iow the ear and is nervous beyond the endurance of bM faualj. It is said that the operation will be per formed at hommten. Long D.susnce Ridl ng Race. Priojs, QdL'i. ftsMjjSj the earlinaM of the hour of stati ng hundreds of army ofheers gathered this morning at the little cust uu office near the en trance of the Tempelboier parade ground to see ths s nd- ofl of the Qes man comptditort m the long distance oMicsrs' race Itelween 1U rlin snt jenna. Originally (rerman 0K1 oers entered for tbe rare. X nety pre sented themselves for the start. An honorary priae will be given hv F t i peror F'ranr Joseph to the first rman rider arriving m lenua and the t i t Austr.an r.der arriving in bertm w :; 1 si'i'.larly d't nguislied. The cover:-. g It sta . e :. the at tor lest time w II receive S',0o' marks, and there ere proportionate pr.xes lor the l.x follow. ng. TasseJ Right Through. EO ,: A1AKTLVE, 0C4. l.-l burg An.er can Columbia, Hat ! this morning, brought 'j ea! 1 ji rgf-rs. There vs n kneaa lioard, and she prooeeded to her do ! at o'clock, bne is the first rh p. thst line to past quarantine on the d 1 of 'he arrival since the c holera o I break. Thi Morning's Fes : was caused t y IM ourning 01 awed I ng bouse on Emory street, one tdedl I eat of I .sst street, owne.1 and r .e. by Anthony Heiw:ng. the bo in e., , a- t-ifvar d was totally de- ; tr' ye.'. I ai.se : - r Attempted Sutctde. J aV KtWsa, Oct. le Mi Fr ' t atteo seed tedciec Fbwewaaf bj tak - c n g'a ' ' ' o IP I nnip she ess son bfWUgbt out of danger. t :-s-- ' r. - . r r .sioe. iiet a large crowd of rni ti ;i game Olli 1 Amberet defeat- ' st foot ha':, tbe gan e f twentr 1 b VeeMraay's Baw Beth At areefclvn as Tr H- r JI Mill S-lf Jt t-n-r M S t I 1 0- S tl ft 1 ,rr wMSeee feels awS Rials ; s new ist t ieisetOfiet-si i se- t,aS OS 1 - 1 S J- S X 1 i sad gwtas: eewwas aaa ' -