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T. PAGES 1-8, VOLUME VIII. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1892. NUMBER 290. BY TilK GAS ROUTE Two Syracmians Found As phyxiated In Their Bed. SUICIDAL OR ACCIDENTAL PecuLas Mystery Surrounds g to Paas te 'i Oil of aa Unknown Man and Woman in New York. Nw Yeas, Oct. 15. Lata Wednes day evening a mta aud & wooua, re pecutly drss:d, aud about 3o year ciJ, weut to the Hotel Colombo, at Nu. I'M bleeder sireat. I tie man wauted two icxjrus for himself and companion, who, he a.d, waa his iuarritd sister. Tha proprietor said that he had only cuo rouui vacant ia which there were two beds. Tte couple refuied la accept ILe ruia. Some unie after they re turned and deeded to take it. They retered a "A. Valentuie" and "L. Lomascie of Syracua." They paid the bill aod nothing wu heard lroui them uutii r r day morning, when the eer vi..t went to arrange the room. Mr a. Liinsvio said the would do the work hrs:lf. ot;iug further was known of tne vuupia uuLl true afuruooa wnea a servaat incoming a armed at a ame.ll of yst uu.ug from the, rojtu occupied by tLe yrcu vis.lors, called a police inau aud had tne door burst ooen. Th man aud wooiaa were found Utad la the !arne bed. The u. was turned in but it is generally believtd that it was due to accident. On the person of the n.un vat found 1-0 alio a golden. Tne wumiit had a stiver waicn and two excurs.cu t.ckela between New utk t&J .-yraCUse. On aa envelop was tLe address, "Louie Valentine." A biat check wis aUo lound iu the ruo .1 iU wuich wu inacriiwd, 'Tne hoi Baggage Process company, 1670 by nci:." The bodies are yet at thd hotel wait ing to be cared for by relative or to bo strut to the morgue. Known tn Syracuse. Svkacise, Oct. 15. Anslo Valentine, the dead man, is aa Austrian and t.ai beeu in this city about three yeari. For the poet two years he has worked lor the Solvey Pre-s company and boarded Willi the Lamanchi. Last Tuesday he quit work, and accompanied by Mrs. La mane hi 9, the dead wouian.weut t i 'ew York to witness tho Columbian celebration. He was single and 27 years of ae. She is 33 years old. The boarders at tne house cay that they never saw anything out oi the way be twvca the two. DALY IS OUlLTY. Jury Finds a Verdict Against Toledo's liood.e Alderman tn Ten, Minutes. Tolkik, Ohio, Oct. IS. John Daly, 'kini" of the councilmen boodlers, was found guilty this morning. The charge of the jury occupied but about ten minutes, and the case was given to th jury at 9.50. Everybody ani.ci p.tted a long session and possibly a huug jcry. Ds!y went down to get shaved, but Lad scarcely got into the barber's chair when the officers were after him, the jury having announced that they had tarred. When Daly was brought into tuo court the foreman of the jury an nounced that they bad found the defendant gui.ty. They had beo out but ten minutes. The punishment for a public official so l.nliwg bnt is a tine of 500 and from voo to five years in the penitentiary. Counsel for the defense will on Mon day hie a motion for anewtnal. Mem time Paly is out on 11,00) bail. The attorneys for Councilman Frank C. Tanner, who was one of the six in dicted wit.l Daiy, this afternoon asked f. r a struck jury. Tanner's trial will legm on Tuesday morning. JAEJINS IS FKK4. The New York Poodle A'.dsrman Re leased From Smjf Sing Yesterday. Sivi.nvi, .V. Y., Oct. 15. Kx-Aider-inau Henry W. Jaotine wa l.Uratod frrn S;ri n prison at 6:30 o'clock th;s morning, lie had breakfast in his cull with the othr convicts at an early hour and was tnn tskn to the state shop, wter ho was civen a new suit of d.wk clothes, a pair of nw ih es, a tlrt7 and a white shirt. After he was titled out he wnl anions" his Convict fr.ends and badw tbin jol-by. As hi p-M thro'Uh the yard he shook i;,ds wita all the keepr, who wish d h ni eood lurk. He wss then taeen to t! clerk's otf.ee. The clrk fsve mm h; d.schsrge rPrs, hs rO!iijt!t htr- w.th him, th nmount he esrtied wa.le in pr son, ral small aftifls. his personal rroprtv end a t.rk?t to New York. H tneri but the o!fi(i: eod by snt wnt from tn pnn to tii I'li'tMiix h tl. Ncnu of his fronds wis on hand to mst him. He tO'' th 7 0i tram fr Nw Yrrk. Jhne would not rv 'y inform, lion abo'it his future plans. Ay.it tw-nty reporters from Nw Yor'c pa- prs c im hr to e Jir,n.i, i i t he M 1 ft fr Nw Yif lf.r they tr r;v 1. it hsv-rir. hn arr-snijl to e-t 1) v rtl sriy s thst he ui-gntgive the r porters th- ' p. H'JNPHSiH aCAKS DEATH. Three M;n ILirt by a IJoiJer E -.plosion. One W,JJ D r. pfr r i-, ( ni, Oh o, IS . I't-Orn of 4 bS'trV' f S: f livr St t;,.- I ti''S J'ee; Irosj works e-jj-.d-'d ti liiro"i . wr- kir th ret sud r 'otisir Tt j it, i tire n"n, as fo.IoT. J. UrtS't, 's' if-r, "' s' f!: 1' K!-"im: r g. f'-r-n. fs'1ed and I" -.pv, r i 1 rt-'--, ts ' irij'irr I fs itvj !:in'r. Nt nS'.i-! rr:'ot ! -re sn d Xn t.ti-rs may Many io,.ers -r- rri iti;ird. I fo r " 1 ' t -1 itiM trj a r ! i sred. V. -it: i -ict ;;i iwA-ty di- fl. t ,.. Vi -t r-.i t " . S;:ld l"-; litMi'jj'i le ro.i? of tr-e rn ii, IPin i! r J ' y r t -tr , tut ;r..n-' VSNT N-'!M TC r.J AIH. V:cr is v S-r-?. -. i t. 1 ". 1 't r r !s s-- j ll c in "f t-? 1 "f i f- d l!'. ,m , Sl .:oi'U of Veilsy, No M s 's , s ft fSIS! ' . i 1 n t to l.i t-'i'Ti' r i r'l s e - -r ff ii. ( , S f. S f"t d- t no h---i s 1 .f. . a."s ' ? .-.-se-t K. !fy ; i is S' --irt o4 t Iu dr.fi :hl u.sj trains may move tomorrow. '1 wo trains are lost in the mount ns and can not be located. Th loss of lifa in the mountains w. l uadoubudly be treat; no news will be received from there in many days. A track walker was found dsad near Lymon, on the Lock Island, a ehtep herder and Z00 shefp pert.thed mar Colorado epr.ngs, while Charles Leat t'e, living in a tent near Co orado priogs, died of exposure. Fortunes cave Uea lost by the freezing of cattle on the plains. WOKK OK A KlliNO. A Barber Fires a Tenement for the In surance Money. New Y'oax, Oct. 15. An attempt was made early this morning to burn the lare tenement, No. 130 Anthouy street, for the sake of insurance monev, and the lives of a number of human lcuis was thereby jeopardized. The hre started in tni t arter shop of Abraham Katz, on the ground Moor, but was ex tinguished before any er.ous loes had bem done. The nineteen famil ies that had apartments in the build ing had Ueu arou?ed by the cry of tires and tied into the street by means of tho hre escapes and stair ways. An investigation by the tiro marshal revealed uumistakablu evi dence that the fire was incendiary. In some of tho drawers of the barber shop were found a quantity of rags saturated with kcrosence. lia'.z has not leeu arrested, but it is expected that he will be. He has already told a number cf conflicting stories with re gard to his whereabouts at the time of tue tire. He generally slept iu a email bedroom in the rear of ttie barber shop but did not occupy it la.Hnignh KNQ1.NEEK3 GO OUT. Rio Grande Drivers Want to Eat When and Where They Like. Denvkk, Colo., Oct. 15. The en gineers ou the second division of the Denver & Rio Orande railroad, went out on a strike at 7 o'clock tins morn ing and no trains are running from Falida to (irand Junctiou. The cause of the strike is the laying otT of the engineer Lilly Gorden some weeks ago. buj.erinteiident ihdgewuy posted unor der at Minturn that no engineer of a freight train should to allowed to s-top for meals between Minturn and (iraud Junction. Knjjineer Gordon, who was tho first man to travel over the road after the order was posted, refused to go out uutii th or ler was taken down. Gordon Wii l i.d o!f indefinitely and a str.koof all the engineers of the K:o Grande was declared this morning un t.l Gorden should be put back. About 200 men are out. BURNED F1VC PERSONS. Terrible Explosion of Natural Gas at An Indiana Oil Well. St. Many', Ohio, Oct. 15. A bad ac cilent occurred at the Hyatt farm, near Camden, Iud., last night. A large gusher had just been completed and when the crude oil was turned into the t.-tnk there wero quite a numher of Irsons on top P watch it. Ly tome means the ks became ignited and a heavy explosion followed throwing those on the taut iu every directiou. Following is a list of thosu injured: Jacob Ltenfelt, face, hinds and arm badly burned. A. M. Hyott, seriously burned about the face and arms. J.C.Graves, slightly burned; hurt about head. Charles Wood, bally burned on the face and about entire body; recovery doubtful. A. L. Wilker. soverely burned about face and haud. The tank was entirely destroyed; loss about $300. KILLED FOUK MEN. A Flume Caves in and Duries Six Laborers. SrsrcA Falls, N. Y., Oct. 15. After theGleasou mills closed tonight a force of men were set at work to clean out the tlu me and clear the caueway. At 8 o'clock tho tlumo cared in, burying the men who wero at work. Three dead men, George Zeigfred, Michael Man?U and Michael Couroy have been takeu out f the pit. Patrick Martin was taken out ahve, hut died a few minutes later. It is not certain, but the managers s'em to think tht at leat two others are yet in the rums, though they cannot give names. KILLED TWO PERSONS. Pittsburg Cable Tuns Into a Parad; With Fatal Kssulta. Pittsbcro, Oct. 15. A csble car go ing down hilt collided with a republi can marching club at Fulton and '1 own send tteets this evening, killing a boy named Honry Apel, who was carrying a torch; fatally miuring Ward Uuliui-r, a?M IS, who had t-ot les cut otl; and s r;o'Jly injuring Henry uiithcr, affed 4, and Kobert Gruac'f. Four or rivo n'.hers rece.ved less serious inj'irios. (ir pman Gledhill surrendered imnsr If to ttie pohce. He says that the rails were so slippery that toe brakes would not no!d the cars. Ward llilfiiT died at 1 1 .' o'ciocic tonight from his injur ies. Cud.hv Discr-.srg-d. Cutpaoo, Oct. Lk The caie of John Cudahy and A. M. Wright, who wtre rreted on 'C'lriiplamt of Thomas J. l'. ufi. chsrg l with conspiracy to cor rrr the? m arket in short r t, ws on h-aron m JuUtC Gienion's court this aftraojn a.vt resulted in thedicharee of the defendants, -pj, t n JUct f t'i roeci.o!i vssfnch t'mt Attorney 1 ro le, rej renting th dfrief chsr a teri.d it s "uh. r.i y l.n'if -l wa'i rascal ty," and t -at " h will po ! for tio- y.irj I ;,iv' Kouh and others Mi.cted r ..-,.p rary to persecute :es.-s. f.ts'.y nd Wright. Act rf H'ie. Irvt., O, t. 1 "., N ito m l.er Th" I.-r g-st was foo!;-t km. tv lst n it ''f t.i fiftngl tg r:f J i yr ' I ls'..:: Msrr in s t. , I f t. r w !h a wh'pem-il till t;,i RMl'nk !-i te f nd h S UitiJ'ie I lie I oot. 1 f l.'t.e ff !;) !i5 I U-en ..Utr; t-ms i j i drawn t)p ! il i-.a jip. t h . If't t wl..e a ! re.- te.t .,! n, n .-i' r Upt, ,,f a t i th. : - r, n the , rs J tr a srni I y th r f r e. P..rf-t t l f f illa 1. lis t. :n f.-, f f- r:; r' t at 1 s 1 b . 1 --Ji..: I ssfs. t I '( prO!'itiSrf f , 'fUf ! r 1 -isr ! s (. '. S.4-, I -.tS j r'9Pt S v i .t, J !,-! f v ; t., .: j .-.r Si t .-. i 'i'1 4f r. ' 'S s r s 1 I . it f - i f sr r t if If S. t'.S i of fnl4 tsri FKOM O'EH THE SEA Turkey Prepares to Resist St. Petersburg's Ultimatum. 0 RUSSIA'S GERMAN RELATIONS France Fears a Repetition of the Anarch ist Dynamite Outrages of April Due to Labor Troubles. I.ox!o, Oct. 15 In the dead calm preceding the DieeLug of parliament the attention of Great Lritain has been directed to the perennial troubles be tween Turkey and Kusaia. M. hisii kin, the bulldozing chief of the foreign oRice in St. Petersburg since M. De (iiers retired, is about to follow up his protest against the receptiou of fctam btilotf by the Sultan, by & protest azsinst further fortifying of the Los phorous and the Dardauells under the direction of the lielgiaa general, Lrial mont. The final report of Lrialroont was laid before the sultan this week. He is understood to hsve pronounced the art llery of the present fortifications at tue entrance to the iilacfc sea to be suthcient. This artillery consists of heavy Krupp guns of recent pattern. The armor of tho fortifications, how ever, is considered by Ilrialmont to be of the poorest. N"v gun carriages to facilitate the mobility of the guns are alo nocessary. These improvements will cost the tnltan many million pounds, which he can ill afford to peud in the present disordered condi tion of Turkish finances. Neverthe less there is little doubt that Lrial tnont's recommendations wdl bo ap proved br the porte which has been put in a ?ever of apprehension by the high handed way in which Shishkin has teen laying down demands and re proofs in Constantinople recently. Turkey Will lit, IiraJr. General Lrailmont will return to Lei gium late this month to take his seat in the Belgian chamber. He will te in constant communication with the aul Un's military advisors, however, and the work on the fortifications will bo pre?ed forward with all haste, to that Turkey may le ready for the ultima tum from St. Petersburg. In the spring he will again go to Constantinople to superintend personally for a short time the most important details of the work. The beating of the big drum in Ber lin, preparatory to the introduction of the military bill, was begun this week, when the recall of the German military attache of legation in St. Petersburg and of the Russian military attache of legation in Berlin was fiemi-othcially announced. This exchange of discour tesies was made of course at Russia's BUKge.-tion. It is undoubtedly the consequence of Germany's refusal to consider the placing "of a Kus sinn loan in Berlin, and the coldness of the German commissioners conferring with tho czar's representa tives as to closer commercial relations between tho countries. Nevertheless Russia's action is represented as a warning of the growing hostility which is likely to end soon in war. Hence the hundred or more millions desired by the government for the army should be granted to the Reichstag, and no body should grumble if the army be increased by 90,000 or 100,000 men. This is an old trick of Prince Bismarck turned to account by Chancellor Von Capnvi. France Fears Iiyuamlte. All eyes in Franco are upon the Car maux strikers at present. The men have been out two months and are desperate, and tho management, de Mite the popular outcry against it, re fused tc yield. Anarchist agitators have all gone to tho Tarn district to stir the men to violence, and there is little doubt that dynamite has been smuggled into the houses of the Car maux miners. Twenty detectives are on the ground to bunt down dynamite plots, but so far h.ive had no auccens. Kvcryliody fearj that next week will sro the leginning of a series of dyna mite outrages such as kept all France in a tremble last April. MANY LIVES LOST. Terrible Storms Raging On the British Coast Drive Vessels Ashore. Lonimiv, Oct. 15. Terrible storms have l-on raging throughout the Toi led Kingdom during the last week. Many wrecks are reported on the coast entaihne great loss of Lie. Duringthe height of the gale the schooner Isa-b-lia, bound for Goolr, stranded not far from Yarmouth. When she struck her mainmast went by the board clos tothodtck. Ihe foremast stood and into the forer;gir.g the crew rlimted to escape leing washed overloard by the tremendous seas that made a clear breach ovtr the wrecic. Tho coat guard recu-n! the crw. Captain MeUon and a seaman from the crew of the schooner Hamlet, which struck on the Hasbro sand on Tuesday and fou:idrd, have been lar.ded at Yarmouth from .the Wold lightship. They jriv a thiilbng account of the wreck and their exr ince, wlMch i, in put-Msnce, ns follows: When the Hamlet truck, her hosts had already t-en s,r.Vid and the crew derided to try to swini to the Wold, elicit miles d -.slant. Altr M-t."M and his comrade h-id undor goae a dsr.rr:tt ftrilCir'e the cvvr of the sht'.cp iifchted Wem aod catiiP to th re.cu. Tney w re rhrjriug to drdl.nsc wrei k.ig" and wre altnot dead, having endured tin h"iir' imnieif -.on in th rsgii'ii Tie Hsoi' t's mat-, r ho n I 1 to ti.e rsfcii.', s Jro neil wt."i I. e Oioh r ke-i over, wh le t; e reins ttdi-r ot tficr" J- f sow hsot r d end ank. II h i Jsiiv and Lt.t-ert w (S!- I ff ler l-V s j :js'l in tne l ift i - f I o lido wfiirlt t-e w;is pu't.i 1 ad rre 0f of l r i f i rosii''i in a lt"ty th, :laiid', :.tr '.eitrr. a;i 1 at! Aio lh. r liti i:-if Nsl t;,st -S s! Disk -nf Lf lr i.!rf ! r tsijS4 t!" yal tur-i nfr w:iei P'i-- . as a!-ol a mif .1 i;t, t . ;i.ao i o 5 v-fit't' In H.e Ij.t ',.i Kfri'ii'ii'. I !.!, h' t it rj.'-nJN f -f the Urn- Tft t.'i rr'i h 's I ni t ' S" h m afM ;.j was nn I n h'-o, hlllh . t'efi.ra -.j ,(-, !.. fr : i-t'ii r if f,-.r H r.i hasy -ai t .T.-f ! pci.lt.!) 1 i he I J S --. I I ; rt . . j car j,t i v 1 4 i -r.J i f ,r ' f S r l,c f ,f f itc ts-ilt an4 f'V.pscf !; "il i " x h 1 1 v . In a j .ifi it.m f i ,'.- ! : r-, ? ii f.j t. f - ,i - :(1 n ', I il f ; i h if ( .i I M . ,ji ti'i lse rfjStM of t --'. sid i' Holbre and Hun!et are flooded. Sev eral piers in the River Tyne were dam aged by the storn:. Many vessels con tinue to take shelter there. A terrific sea is running in the Irish channel. The mad ho.ts plying t-e tween F-ug-land aod Ireland have been greatly de layed. Large tracts of laud in tho north of Walos have been Hooded. The Deux Gamms, a French lugger, has teeu tiowu ashore or the island of Guernsey, where she broke up. All her crew were drowned. "ZIMMY" CANT KIDE. Bicycl.sts Oo Very Fast at the Riverside Meeung. WaviiBLY, N. J., Oct. 15. There was a large crowd present at the tirsd an nual bicycle meet of the Riverside Ath letic club, which was held here this af ternoon. The weather waa perfect. A. A.' Zimmerman was present, but he would not ride as his doctor tad for biddeu him to go oa the tract again this year. The following are results of races: Two mile handicap, won by L. L. Clauvelt. B. M. C. L.; time, 4:53 2-5. Three mile teaui ruce, won by Or ange A. C; Lull', 9:05. Two mile scratch, won by H. C. Wheeler, Orange A. C; time, o:13 4-5. One mile novice, P. K. Bird, Man hattau A. C, and Columbia college; time, 2:12 3-5. Two mile scratch, Essex county championship, won by H. C. Wheeler, Orange A. C; time, 5:23 1-5. Onrt mile handicap, won by Paul Grosch, Pasac Wheelman; " time, 2:1$ 3-5. One-half mile handicap, won by A. D. Tompkins; time, 1:62 3-5. Boston Expects to Win. Washington, Oct. 15. Tho Boston base ball club left Washington tonight for Cleveland, where they play three games with the club of that city for the world's championsnip. Bafore leaving town Manager Selee said he would select Stivetts and Uanzel as the battery for Monday's game. Kelly has teen laying off the past week, getting himself in condition for the games, and will bo used quite frequently. Mr. Selee said that the Boston team was never in better condition, which fact was plainly made apparent in the to day's games, and as Reports indicate thst recently tho Cleveland's has fallen off in their batting, he expected to win the series easily. Rainy Track at Toledo. ToLmo, Oct. 15. This, the closing day of the Tri-State Fair association's fall race meeting, furnished the best sport of the week. Weather showery, track fast. Results: First race, 3-year-old trot, purse $150 Nianza won. Silver Plate second, Vandeer third; best time, 2-28. Second, 2:34 trot, purse $250 In this race there were fifteen starters and rive of these got first place in as many heats. Six heats were trotted when the race was postponed until Monday. The free-for-all trot aUo went over after ono heat had been linished. Races Closed at Philadelphia. Piuladeh-hia, Oct. 15. Th fall meeting at the Philadelphia Driving park ended this' afternoon. Daisy C won the unfinished 2:27 trot and tho 2:33 pace wae. captured by Amelia, a 2 year and 9 months old mare from the Rouud Top New Jersey stock farm. 'Ihe meeting waa a success. Sum maries: 2:27 claM, trottinp, purse $500 (un finished) Daisy C won, Kitty Frazier second, Florida third; best time, 2:22L 2:33 class, pacing, purse $300 Amelia won, Harry second, Daniel Murphy third; best time, 2:25 J. Heavy Track at Independence. iKPEfENPENXE, Oct. 15. A pleasant day, good crowd and a heavy track saw but one race finished and another laid over. The 3-year-old 2:35 clase, carried from Thursday, was won by Wardship, Bert Oliver second, Frank Bellows, third; best time. 2:23 J. Tho 2:25 trot had fourteen starters, and in the three hrats trotted the fin ishes wero exceedingly close. Lady Jano won two heats 2:22 and 2:21, Ida D then took a heat in 2:U. This race goes over until Monday. End of the Lexington Meet. Lexinotok, Ky., Oct. 15. The trot ting races closed hero today with the unfinished 2:27 class from yesterday. Sternberg took the fifth and sixth heats and the race. Marvin drove Alien two miles, the first in 2:16. and the second in 2:HJJ. He broke badly each time. Sunol and Moquette were exhibited. Summaries: 2:27 cIsm, purse ?1,000 Sternberg won, Le Russell second, Andv Cutter tnird; best time, 2:1SR Rubber Trust Elscts Directors. Nfw York, Oct. 15. A meeting of the directors of the raited States Rub ier company, organized under the laws of the state of New Jerev, with a capital of f50,000,000, was held today at the ollice of the comt anv. No. 16 William street, and the permanent or ganization was completed by tho elec tion of a toard oi director. Elevstor Collapsed. CnirAoo, Oct. 15. The immense Illi nois grain elevator just north of Madi K,n stret t. on the weft branch of the riter. collaosed this evening. One hundred and thirty thousand bushel of crnin were scattered over the rail road tracks and dumped into tht- ritrr. What rausej w e ronspe can only be conjectured. Lo $2'), (too. hay It'a Ahsutd. Chi. r.i, Vt. l-V Rumor have been currert fr the pat two days that the Western I'mon I elejjrsph company had eheortfd t?ie Postal company, or.icitl of l)f h (iiin'iii.r, how rer. pronounce the rumors ahs'ir ! and asert they have to.t the el:ght-t f-Mii-dat on. Won of Kpnoopul H h s. Lctn.i s " . Md.. V. 1 - The re i't t of M c h tsn psr.l U.o ,oiie of c.rj.nt s today I r a ote cf l'-2 I L'l. A ) 'Oit rrto "U id I e s; -o-iitil to trens'st" ' I' o' of "( . nwnon 'rr." 1 lef.. in rf a .-l.oii ,f A "S s(1''rr', ont el ri)t. Ky!rtr. lank ! v. .'.!. 'in T ' t. 1 T fnmp u If ,'' o I li( i iiniiirt I rtelstrta dt detut of Pf'frri.l . f a .'( of W I f rtlltt'd of ti-r klll'1 tt.S o; I'ti. Is i oft i . 'sot j rutert aiM Mit ir.g f I. 1"-. i I fS le,l Mff!( 2 .t" .'- LT r.ctt-'.t U Hnnt.'.lM. )l f ,., n ll h ;.ll ..f Aitt 'ilui Milier, IT tH'l rt '. t.llt f 'lf (ire"ri m l h .ii ! g .1 if t rod - i - rs f S'Si ojM.-S. Tammany's Tiger showing it's love for Crover. Vhlcd'jO lhtrr-Otron. IS A GREAT SPEECH Depew on Blaine's Address at Ophir Farm. STRENGTHENS THE CAMPAIGN Its Effect Will Be Quickly Felt TbrouRh out the Length and Breadth of the Land. , White Plains, N. Y.. Oct. 15.-The guests who were invited by i Whitelaw Reid to dine with Mr. Blaine last night left for New York on tho 8:47 o'clock train this morning. Mr. Depew was asked what ho thought the effect of Mr. Blame's speech would be. "Its effect," replied Mr. Depew, 4,will be felt all over the country. It is the greatest thing in the campaign. To have Mr. Blaine come out, as he did, and speak for the ticket will in fluence thousands whe are looking to Mr. Blaine as a sound adviser. Mr. Blaine has shown that he is ready to do all that he can for the cause, aud his utterances always havo weight. He has done the next best thing to going on the 6tump, and only his health pre vents that." "Do you think that ho will deliver any other speeches?" "That," said Mr. Depew, "will de pend upon his health and stiength." With Mr. Depew wero Chairman Brooktield of the New Y'ork county committee. Garrett Hobartof New Jer sey and the other persons who attended last night's conference and dinner. Mr. Blaine ea:d this morning: "I do not feel at all fatigued lrom the meet ing last night. I enjoyed myself treat ly. 1 was glad to meet Mr. Reid'a fnendsl 1 ehall stay here over Sunday, but on Monday 1 shall Ih3 at tne ruin avenue hotel. I shall meet Mrs. Blaine there. I shall stay at the Fifth avenue until I go to Washington next week." BUTTING ON HAKKISON. New York Bookies Offering Odds That the President Is Elected. New Yokk, Oct. 15. Bets are being made here on the coming presidential election with odds favoring Harrison. Billy Kdwards of tho Hoffman house lias entered in his took: $'2,500 to f 500 that Harrison iselected. $2,500 to $3,000 that Harrison carries New York. $2,500 to $00 that Cleveland carries New Ylork. $2.0o0 to $2,200 that Cleveland is elected. $5,000 (in parts) to $4,000 that Har rison carries New Y'ork, Indiana and Connecticut. $10,000 (said to Iks Herman Gelrich's money) to $ll,000;that'levelaud carries New Y'ork, New Jersey and Connecti cut. $1,000 to $1,200 that Weaver will carrv Nebraska, said to have locn let by Tobias Caitor, democratic national committeeman of that state.. $00 to $1,000 that Harrison doesn't carrv Indiana. $1000 to $1,000 that Tammany has 75,000 majority below the Harlem. $1,500 to $1,500 that Cleveland carries New Y'ork by 5,000 or more. Technicalities of Fusion. St. Par t, Minn., Oct. 15. Late this evening the state central committee began mandamus proceedings against Secretary of State Frederick P. Brown, to compel him to place the names of nine electors on the democratic ticket on the Australian ballot. When the names of tne candi dates were filed on Monday the demo cratic committee handed :n five Cleve land electors, four Weaver electors. Secretary Brown refused to place the names on the democratic ticket on tl ground that four oi the names are also on the Weaver ticket. Mrs. Harnaon Rests Quietly. Wa-minoton, Oct. 15. Mrs. Hsrri son has parsed a iju et and uneventful .lav and tonirht bfr condit on ;a re- portM without charge. Tl.e t resi. dent has d nied himelf to callers to day; 'pending hn entire time with ttie patient. Hisitie l-.xprsfe Srrrrtry. Wsmhn'Uo. VL LV Secretary rf Mst Kr-'ter t a rer eised a nole fro?M the JIoo. J. G, I'lsoie, i r sh ch he sk S-rttsry l'otr r to onrr to tt P ptfs . itetl h s i rofoiuut yi.j.st1 V f-r ?o- n )rnt critical eood liorj f f. II arc son. V;1 MsVe a r tM. Nit Vok.ivt IV M I fiti f rid n ; f Lr.-o'i h-s oin t jt r, limii'ffll ' OK u!-r o t.i lr.. r ded t i ut a .-.!! tale I i t o r:s I i v f. i tr 'v-( si . e . t I . ) j N-,. r ;t f. "- f I lot , . im 1' ie I -r-e f.tHe , f t.t I t fa r 1s t ;e,! t. t'ST f'-r t p. 'rl !'fi. Id u!ir r-.tro.-.ts !rini. ,r.i t'-al o. ' s'.f -f t'i re'ie rf , ( I (n od. He Sie .ii nr;Ui;ve, , rir- . , , , the bends hereafter will t sold on the market and for hale the same way as any other stock. Y. M. C A. Finish Business. Lakmso, OcL 15. The twenty-firrt annual stfction of tne Michigan Y. M. C. A. practically closed today so far as the business session rs concerned, al though services will be held tomorrow. The following were elected members of the executive committee today: K. C. Vantuyl, W. S. Rathtx.ne, F. D. Tay lor, T. T. Leete and Silas Former of Detroit; president, George F. Mosher. Hillsdale, and Prof. R. S. Al ann of Albion. Financial pledges were pe cured to the amount of $2,200 for woik of the coming year. Executive com mittee will determine the place of next annual meeting, which Hill be either Bay City or Battle Creek. Pay Part of the Premiums. Lansivo. Oct. 15. The business com mittee cf the State Agricultural society held a meeting here today and decided to pay 30 per cent of the premiums which, after paying necessary and current expenses, will exhaust the amoflnt in the treasury. It is hoj-ed that a scheme may very soon be devised to pay them in full. President Ball is authority for the statement that the business committee is unanimously in favor of holding a fair next year upon their grounds here, notwithstanding it is that of the world's fair, and that one will be held if this opinion is concurred in by the executive committee at its meeting in January. Death of a Pioneer. NoBTnvnxK, Oct. 15. Sheldon C. Root died at his late residence in this village at 11 o.ciock today. He was born in Southampton, MaVs., Decem ber 3, 1810, came to Michigan in 1N33 and located on a new farm in Salem. In 183G, September 2D, he married Laura J. Northrop, daughter of Dr. K. Northrop, & pioneer physician well and favorably known tor many years iu this community. Four sons wero boru to Mr. and Mrs. Root, and two of them and their mother survive the deceased. Killed by a Train. Fahweix, Oct. 15 The Toledo, Ann Arbor A North Michigan section fore man at Lake George, named McFad den, was struck and killed by a local freight train this morning while taking a hand cai from tbe track. Firebugs last night cremated about 350,000 feet of Iumter located on the Flint Pero Marquette railroad, three miles south of this place, and owned by Henry Harris, of ML Pleasant. Loss about $3,000. Speaker Crisp at Saginaw. Saoisaw, Oct. 15. Charles F. Crisp, speaker of the house of representatives, addressed an immense audience at the Patk street rink this evening. Many prominent democrats of the state oc cupied seats on the platform. Judge Crisp waa escorted to the rink by sev eral bands aud the Snginaw and Owosao democratic cluts. He made a strong speech on the tariff question and great ly pleased the large audience present Fell Forty Feet and Lives. Detroit, Oct. 15. John O'Connor, a painter employed bv the Valh hotel fell from a scaffold, forty feet from the ground yesterday afternoon ai.d miraculously escaped serious injury. His fall was Prokrn Lalf way by" a shed, from which he fell to the Rround. His injures consisted of a cal; wound and broken foot. Terribly ScalJed. DrTROrr, Oct. 15. Charles Lindarj, 35 years old, and living at No. Crt Thirtv-sec-nd trert. wi tfinblv scalded Thorsdav night about 12 oYlocc at the Michigan car shops m West Dctrod. The end of a boiler blew out. He as scalded about the hesd and upper part of Ins body. He will probably die. ' Fleet Detained at the " Soo." SstiT Sir.. Marie, Oct. 15. There a big fleet unchcred at the head of the pier and a Jare ncmher of vesls outvd of th pers. All down U-ats are delayed by the low Uce of water. Tbe steamer Onokn was I pbtered off by the t'lg Monitor. Thas drawee li feet 2 locnes. Her lott"tn is tudy damaged. Time to Think It Ow. Ssr.tKAw, -L 15. r.e'la eieman, aee,t p. yeats. the T'.enti titton g ri ap tirtt.er.ded here several days agiina l.oiise of ill -repute, has ler n e nte?fd e. the L'i luMrial home at Adrian urtd she ; 21 yor of Sfe. Kt,e ) te daughUr it Hattre Mi r o ss tourdered t y ,lard Rocers last year. IVe-nd in a Shs't. Niiarv, Vt. lr. ".hatha, the rra.l et.od td l eo rr lle h if ttie t'f ler l'i tiii.'o.'af lirsmt rofrpany ff Nfinnntt ar d V a i j i -sl. ,i res t ed in sn st-ar-d'o.vd s'tslt r.f tt e per.-l! n's tn tie 1 i!tr;f t . Iter :s r f t , a; f, s. fli i i t e to I p ;o m4 t :it ! f r e n loir cs - te oio.,.j. -r Twi ?-n. T4Sf-, 'Vt 1 " P'TV I.-'1 of t , -cairo. w' i n ? ar t t i h t - ri it "'C.S", f s eg ti e t's n -S.1 'fS' "i 1t t-et f re m r git, . ! ard t;l 1(.e stn.l jnsrrtir f T gM ! "), i nil t! t-;. GOT LASH F0JLASH An Owosso Wife Beater Whip ped by a Mob. WHITECAPS VISIT PALMER His Poor Wife Begs tor Mercy fur Kim and Save liia L-'-fe Lessen to Drutea. Owok, G:L 16,John Palmar, n emj love ot the Owoeao Tool wtrpuy, who has been ia the habit of whipping and shamefully abua ng his wife, was on Thursiay warned by Lis felkv wardtnen to i-t )p or trocbie would fel low. He a watciied and it was found that he still jvtri ted in hu krutal practice, l ast night eighteen masked men surrounded his house, each arms d w th a whip. Palmer had all the doors and wu. duw securely fastened, aud, arming tumstlf with an ax and a raxur, fought hard. At 3 o'clock this morning an en trance was ejected by breaking! through the roof. The mob bait: stripped him and tied him to a stake, tacacce giving him one good uard lah. The w.le then threw herself be tween him and tte crowd and tt'gged, for mercy, saying that the forjave hit hut would leave loui. n was rei leased. HANCOCK'S UlCi tiLaZBL Fire Walks Through Some of the Leading Uuainess lioura. j Fraxkkout, Oct. 15. Ihe biggertfire vvvr known in the history ol the towri started iu the t-arn of Hugh Lock art at 11:10 p. la. last night. The tarn was stored with l.uoj buieis c-f apples and all the packing tools cf I.uriiii k A Veter of 1 -en ton ilaibor. The fir Quickly spread to adjacent tuiid mg$, at4 1-efure the llau.es could te Stopped deelivyed the largo barn, vare.'.oure and lart double nore building of the D. P. Hall relate. 1 1 looked tor a time as if the hole row of wooden buildings en Maui elreet would be destroyed, but the tue de partment d.d heroic oik ai.d toon had the Uaues under control. ,'The lostes are as follows: Hugh Lockhart, Urn and tture t u IJ.i g, 2. 500; insured for $ 1,0c 0. Rot t: Ixukt.ait, grocery tock and meat market, $1,1'0, no insurance. D. P. Hail state, t aro, warehouse ani tore tuuldiug, $S0K.; insured for $3,C00. Jac -b May, cloth ing stock, $15,000; iiii-ured Itr tii.OOO. H. M. Spriugstseii, t iioti uraph gallery, $5(K); no insurance. Batihack A Urker, $,000; no iueurance. Mimuic ball and contents, valued at $700, muied for $'O0. 'VAKSll Y COLUMIUAN kXHIBlT. Arrangements Made Jor a Ctrditab'e Showing at Chicago Note. Axx Ah hob, Oct. 15. Michigan Uni versity will te represented at the world's lair. Regent Peter N. Cook, chairman of the committee detailed to look after th 'vainly exL.bit, says that w.th the spe?:mens of our lauua already in the museum and new col lection that he tt tnaaa.g, the exh.b.t will be, complete. Prof. Mee re says tliat Xiichigau I uivernty has in it" ihumuui animals, birds and corals which no in stitution in the world can dupl cate. Abundant space has leen grauU'd tn tbe Michigan slate building and $1,5(X) of tbe leg.tiatuie's $.V00 appropria tion lor college cihit.tr goes to the alate 'Tarnty. The university has iomed an aocia. ticn of western uuiversities lot Got pur lKe of carry mg out the t.uive rtity ex. tension novennLt. Pioltwort Adams, Dtninun, Thomas, Scott, i.4irhart and Steele will deliver hctarce .n ml'jtcls appertaining to t!e.r M.-xerai lt.irt lueiit eovcring a broad iai:'i-cl siuJy. I he Stude nts' ChruLan aoc;st.'c)ii is carrying out tlic rducatioriAl movement in its, uwn particular held. escUibsr 2S to .SO a lU.ie it-sl.tute w.ll te rid here, conducted ou the plan so siocelnl!y tarried out during the two past yx. Prof. Yotan of Chicago Uwvrrtty whi conduct the New Testament cu and Prof. Price of the same iul!iutrn wiil cobduct woik on the O.d IhsiumiU In January th aaeoch-Uou isijiceie btate it th rty-hflh anmvers.r. The atiileiic toard at it regular monthly rues: ting Tuesday, rernrteri $."h'h) &3 in the excbecqiicr. lour hun dred dollars, U't auiouut reoeivs-d as a gift from the lecture association, mill .o devotod to perinaient improve, menls on the athletic grcond-. The lxard unaniruoiisiy tfaiiis-exl that tb a'sociat.on ehould do a.l ia its Kwrr x di-ourae all lootlall or care rusties L-etwren the jii!rerit cln- and that all encouragement le jriv u make held day an ij1orti:l atlilto event "instead id the i iutal ertnt of a cane or football rush." The r'gMl'ar aimoal held nay w;il he held Saturday, OctUr 2j. Ttainor itrratnck cf I . troll l as 1cti re-ergaged, ar.d tt e si-riiiter have legun trMLiru;. Foilra. ir:g is a !iM of events : One ti.il t i y !e raee,- 2 rn '.e bicye le raoe, 00 vktcIs dash, 220 yards dash, 44v yard run, r O yards run, I mile fin, 1 n.ile walk, ?.) yarcs hurdle, 220 yards hurdle, ruo iiitig high jump, running lrtad jutnt). putlirg I' poutid shot, throwing pound hammer, iole vault, h gh kick, DirMTMF-RlA SCAlk, Ptb'ic Cchoola tt n.ot Ma? Close to Prosed Scholar. rust, Oct. 15. 7 he public eehoo't Of th-S plsr w,!l doubtless t Closed for an indefinite t me. While t?iere is ro cause for alarm in regarl to tbe spread of diphllona. eti'l there are nineteen cases at present and tnore rnayajpar. Many acholsrs have left the schools fearing nintacoo and tte schfKjl Uard as a tustUr of safety rriay cJo-e the school a ruo t:vrr naai,s. fls g in a w LtJ rr nt r. Sco- lrreTfca ( Canadian Pine. Pf;tsa, f V t. If,, fifia- valley tti'rberrTet' are ransf k u;g Ctrjaja for tii,e I :mft that t aa lrught to th rn.ll e- ?r. t-e f a n!' f ac t 'ir i , tin t prices rd iimds are tdsar c t g so ra p d ;v thst it s !i J-if a terijen'-y tf rhk r..T!Tf.-rtt. Jit t' coTrn ..rr, 1 f ; t li !" I" s dor u V'ift csl r"-" e preft, j t a sr r e- '!r toafle toter.a (S srs. :'- jVt" 'k p"!e aae1 o! . t?.iT, I r-r st k" :s 1 !';:.-., V, thn nrp't r' i " i f'-r a 1 ir;t in I s . .. It i ' . Pi lee AU.i-r a -sc-;-a a t,ff- rf p r,g m car , st tl' G s-tjbtr diurt,i