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OLL MbER 10 i GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1866. FI I i i TS TALK Al WASHINGTON Mux-'ii A But L Work bit.! nana tan ,. . - j- 4 MbMM tU n tne Senate -- bar.- Conger Ovpoa-sa tn moJmnt aa fatal to Water Way. toe, April 7 Ai J e'eioeb taie I uMMM bill waa taken t rata, fa, tb pen-hag qaaav pitefl uiN-uJiuni for BJ Mr Betffc cited an tiaieh MUM ibea tWU-Wea much .,.: i . .a . . .- : r a - iasrr road Mr IIstis K 4 aula! to top 'bat he , ,. . :men: Mr r-u MM .undstJO. Mr Call HMMMM, Ml tkooght. I Dei a ..- ,-!. harge AN . o i, e .lu .e 43 "U.r. i r.-tn from ha r e for l v ::-.! nad an f .r rah- Ol full niWlIS 'short hauls " mMM4 '" Me sponding to meiit. The the U Wi ll the great today came !;-. r .!at. 11 . IB) o.Uion of feW lllffl WA4 mi urn I unjust : e r-MittnC WltliUl J - ma !r to pav the rate per Un per mile that T the pep e tM MMMMM .-'I the late Mr bo, bo saii I. had built but rood l it... k. anl hal r-co;ni.el ,1 tf. - i .1 principle, man could not see how the com i ret'ovriixrd the Ion and n '. d resist the amend .1 v Mr an. den. Wttbtmt loul r the rate from hi v , harmed !rm to New York That would le a . t: p eo t v'reaf ter i tame railroad. Iftherv xntrollinf railroad rate principle moat be e . points But it was .- ojio-e .,r a -hort one. That was not M It had never been a i.- no ground of home on a abort bant I It" w were to make a II. we 'in . nl not e ape wrav. Any other rule ov all rhe intermediate M of Me lireat evils at OfMMW MMMMM1 I r M arrangements at the len t amendment v ..rap ;-he.l , it v intended n 1 of heneririnic th p"p M Hiai 1 1 of the ra.i iit per annum advocated the its adva i -ne of ernr woiiUI nrevenr Mr ae it flood now. wae ia and Hfa;nHf the He ridiculed Mai Mfiaon of 'he o a h BB ess Mo-rn aj M isw M Mr mm The ainfljwian hoax Mtwiin had haliaoed. Ml "n e c- from j the? the that he ing it our 'oran ' ' U.m ol.U oil 1 V Wl) BeV t. 9t) ae: ' i .Itrmt- lu r ha !. in which he HgBBJfl ig r'ursn aU-ui, u.i I ,- 'f. -lr .f'tfl fr the purpose of I from making a persona. -n e '.e Nel . 1.4.1 tot' tk Coairuittee on ljr n fretted and worned as th! wire 'eaded jtehiie ! -.e ' rouble with tl f nil, be said, wai that Ml ill: WHO ourif ld Mitt) It. n then term mated and the their respective sea' Tine -!.' into nuiiltee Oi IB0 Kiver ami Harbor hill. V jra from Ml t;'r 1 OMo the i .t-r iaiMTMMM, kfuve ria? to ',o M i ., llM- it tr -in tli bill. In sup- rapn movel lH)rti:i' '!.- in it on Mr Hewitt, of Ne XWfe, MM r hf r.ii ; ci,mi;tpl sv f ral -roj ' f.. fi. :, ihr- I Ultf-1 W. fl! llllo dirWrent -itatt?, mi-l eitner by pun-b e v.onlerunatiuu or ji ome Ui.' owner work- within tht 9tt4M. The gOWtfMMM" PM IMlQMlMJ Mi '1 impxi! grouuil of all , rL'tTrivi ..t' 't.e st.tes ITm MUM iM ttylM? M shift tbe cunt of MIMtofta : ui MvpriH to M broad jfiou!ier of the .ie ot thecounl'V. He was utterh ...jKilto 9Uh a incnitiun. rhere a.n a projH3iti,n (ienlin lirfore the 11 r , ::.f j. -rn;u'ni to ra.e the Erie . i 11 1 .oj... the projH.Mtion -iieneer it fame m for nrnsnleraiion rbe people of New York tax-l th-miielVM nra a million dollar-, a y-ar to Weep the iiavi,"a t that .an.it "js-n, anc lid al!ord to tax tbemsei vee, 1 r it brought to them the trad" af tM gMM Weak. Lot erarv -tate rvar its own huiden let :t riot l otiif here ,uid .i-k tWaaOfdaol the l'nite-1 States to pay tr ell the blunders of extravaam-e that may have heen MMjnillfjd IB theStates. The tom an 1 .i;f.t.u.. e t ; . r of the-e proposition-, were ilur the 1 nited 8MM1 should MMtM proprietor of every water-way. real nd -mal!. BB Ml fo'itinent and then the tax which would hiveto lie levied todt fray the urrent exjiense of navigation B ttld hei-ome o merous that th Itorernmtt uiut hrak down unrlcr the load. Mr. I! Koak, oi Kaej York, lolailiog Ul the r marks tuade Mil laOTtlllH. hy Mr. Morriton. of Illinois, in fav r of e ofiomv. and to the Match JbW MBBB bjt Mr. Hewitt, of New N ork. expresseii his reirret tliat UMM t-u i were re preeenta lives of a piW ae of tbe pMBOt ralu party. It was a committee M that party which bruuht in this bill and propoats a new departure -to t.uy tfie works of the State-jtinl f?ive the I mr-.; at them to the general government, a id he sard to those (rentlenien, amt be utitred wirh th.rn the gentleman from Texa-. Mr Reagan that all three would he unable to hold down the hrake, and stop the pen-great of their party. After further diacuesioo, the Dtotio.' o strike out was IB!!, and at ." l.i the COMMltlM arose and the House adjourned. a PAYNE'S DEFENSE. Thf QMa . minitr' Kejiort MaMMMMd loilit- S. ht. I'ne Vk - 1:1 Kin phx.il. nial. WaaartMrfoa, April 27. The report ol the OOMMltlM of Uie Ohio I-egMlat ure, vhich bal been investigating Senatar PajBe! n, ha- : n submitted to the Senate, and Senator Payne made short speech in which be . barged the majority ,,f 1 1 1 - MM mrree with unfairness in refusii g to notify him of testimony prejudicial to him. as they omitted to -all on him for hi- private pap.-r- tie li.iv.tu' l!i advance rioritie.1 tt.c i bairman of the committee that he would ne prenarel to meet every banBl made ligainsr him. and that his i r;- ire papera aad books of acooooi veto at the di"tsisal of the coiumitiee He MMTsd the msr emphatic denial of the cbafJMI and in iteI tbe closest scrutiny of all his acts and of h s private orr-sjM.uiierii 1 'he wh e thing, be said, was an attempt to cir i'e baselesr gossip and - at da! He aid that everything substantial in tbe way of charges bad r-en dicr- I e I and disproveil istesiimonv. He e xpnsseil his entire willingness to leave tbe natter with the enste ommitree on Pririkigei and Flec tioas, to wbi h committee it was referred. -il of ttl.Mxle.1 M.r N'asHvit.is, April -'7. The annual sale of b oslel horses at Kemead MM) realize! a tola! sum of $Vt,p2T for forty-sven year-ung-, an average of $.si i jr had. &BMMJ th prominent turfman j'resent were OoL I - de and Phil Dwyer, oi New York Ed rigan. of Kanww i . ( ol (larke and 8. (i. Harris, of Looiavilie, and Col. Mariey, of California. Wru Kasron of New York, was aucri xjer The fi k- r price paid was j. . a rhetn r riliev bv threat fowi. lam Mot.tl. ln. n w t i s-v f. r J H Hwr . . ofan Krarr t-m-,,. ii PlrarT In rhe strait hrrscir Vpril Marine i r. lea are much noted her ever h action of the rug Kare WdliaMt by eeiing he arh oner Harvey PiH which is held for taxes i 'in- ' I"'"1 n e wa-. man i v'iy handle.1 and frw. towed 'o ana-la fbe aeuure i rns.1erei i a oettlet f..r th I nes ' c--. iipni - I a rhousand and -rv.1 .r, r' 'he M'-r-i- Bros assigned ..(-,. s ..; . r VBBjMBMMs A R and W F Unn WBB sr hsel th ,. , i, are in tbe Snpertor w . Th 'Aiv- Roe er4rr Aatrtl 27 -MmMM L Lord Hartuiioii FneacU Dw- AppOilitC-i ALL THE BETTER FOR GLADSTONE. A Con$deeofe Amount of Opposition to Hartmion tiemg Devel-pil because He is an Ub struCtionut I he eaa'-e approval MM liaruugtou s spatct al KoMB a I very diaeupoiittlua' lu tboea Lu are l . ii pun that gentleman P concentrate and make form la t: e (ps.a.livU to'ilaU sloee I rial pa I h rc is traeetle m ihc tooee r r MMf arhfl aak t'avoratdv of the -M' -'ame if the spess h. a tendency to refrain from euloguiug the noble Lord c. r I h.- fa. t is thai the inherent h admiration lor itmstamy wbetner in irieud-thip .r in opp4iitioril is re I b ftiespecta. iii 'lime-: lim ing against the chiel wbo ha magnaut-mou-.lv tru-.tei him through Biany years. The feeling l more markt-d on account of the fact that Haiti Bftoa b acting ainiply as an obntnu tionist ai l. ut proposing any . - native measures tor tbeoneafhe opposes. Su h a COUTM is potlticaJ suicide at this time, when all parties res ogniie that Irish remeital legislation of some kind is una voidable. Salisbury is now credited by many with having used Hartington as a cut s paw in the parleving that not long ago look p ace batWMB the CoBBBrMttM and : .-a- -tied I i. i.-ader- It is now re Btarkad as aigmticant that Salisbury has t- rat said much as to what measures , oinself favor if -allel upon to formulate substitutes for the bpiught in bv ladstoue The idea ia hrsing prevalence that h- would, under any circumstances consent to ad under the leadership Of Hat iagroB, Lhooah the PIbN Man OaaBW til sKaks of siicii au outcome as probable from the exdting aituatioo. It is the more geoaral belief tlust 8a htbarr will not oom mit himself to any proposals unless be is i ad upon to do so in bis capacity an i irai lea U-r of the Conservative party. In IhoasraBlwl the defeat af the Gladstone ministry such a course will meet with gen-i-r.tl approha'ion, as in accord with the tra diti itial principles of British party states- li. at. 'hip B FROM THE STRIKERS. A IMweMl keeaWHal of the Atehlnr.oit At I or t t, N. rk liv BwXtS Ijulrl as I ..i .l. NkI YoMm April '7. Tbe following dinpatrhci were received at tbe oftice of tbe MisBOOri Pacific Railway Company 'St. Lotria, April 17 The following resrt of the Atchiiisoti matter mm received at 3 p. in ye?erday. shov int that the disturbance did not amount to much: At 11:60 a. m. a laiBB crowd of strikers came into the yards from the Km pMBMg through tbe repaTr tn hand ttoppiog atthe Oar flhafia. They then scattered in groups through the vari es intimidating the :nen. threaten ing m all cases where an employe was not inclined n give in to their demands, which BBrc to own work then and there, and out and he men among them. The whistle blew at IS o'clock and the employe! scattered for their various board ing booaea for dinner. Returning they Ban halted hv the strikers, who tried to precut them from returning to work The em ploy ei alt Boosaded ia paeaiBK throBah the crowd of strikers without harm. Six e:. gloves have failed to show up since 1 p. m. 1 tie total working force this afte no hi al 't o'clock was tOO men. Charles R , i'.tugh. a machinist, was threatened but not hurt, Everything is quiet and the mn all gone from th; yards. Two bund; d und sixty-nine freight trums moved in the system yesterday, consisting of 41, sd loaded cars, ait iMBJB Of 117 trains an l LJtSU cars over the same dav last vear. H. M. Hoxik." MieoaeafBl Strikes In Haw t'rk KkB York. April J7 --The owners i f all the in ' ling mills in Sew York and R ook lyn In. agreed autwadeff nine hours a day's work . -lemanded by the (kirpetitafl and Joiners I nim Th propt - t the Ar'i. i. k- roffee mill a, in Rr i .vc t - ureal .-wages of tfieir emp res to lha aaaOOtil paid before rhe rti cut tadoc ion . and have agreed to the demands of the employes for better hours. The strike of rierman prtnrers at LbBMtb eai roent, Wiiliaai snd Anu sr for hours as a day's work snd an ii case in tbe rj e id waaWB. has lieen sui ce-si"ul. The other t- mati print ing offiOM la tha (jjtvwi'h it one or two i have yieldel t - milar demands fr m their men. The striking foundry men in Brooklyn have nearly all carried their point ne or two establishments are still shut, but the rwaninptiOB Of WOrfc are in progress. a HIS FAREWELL. Th Tartli.g QBBSfMhM Betweeti tka K tlro.ic I hlnee MlnUter aiol r'rl ie.it lvlanl Wa-H -recs Apr j: Mr Lang Tsao Jn. the re?i ing Chine minister, took far well a- M the PlMMBBi this mornine. In i n ng Ms NMer of recall, Cheng Tao Ju expressed hi ainoere tbanka for th al hospitality wbirh he raer with on eviry i.snd. snd eaperielly for the . !ness and courtesy ri-el the axis rtar and lagBthBl freei hM l.x el n. v an.l rhe high nfl-an of the Cni'ed rares government rawponde.1 m an e-4 Ball Th President pleasant n r hfa wn - fTort i es wbih have adeetsies. and tbe rompe of labr. and t rrear tweti th r-ountrv be rr oi w! h tbe onld continue t. bear its mi naa it s Th ia bene Yen Won will be s'.dn: .n Thur.lsT in The thml eaaaal b a.iri a )-- MEAGH APPROVA BITS OF BASE BALL oaiarsMl riva. ta iHantuaii Me Tili vf kucM mX Ia4avt TB . i ... s. . k4t . ...... 1 Bi UMBJ Ap . O.ncmnau Uiay play bail a little bit when ia go! 'oodBBM hui '.bey got lad! rallld today and permilUai u Uurne teaau to wiu an easy victory. Y ar, , . - pitching wa awkward, a tbe Plowing .ore aiii ahoB luaiaa lit S lAKls . 'J I u n 9 4 16 yJ9 l e a a I at . - lr rote- t Louia rra H.W I eaBpBBBI IMMBBBBh IenviLiA, April 117. The Pittsburgh nine played a strong game t . piuh.ng with Lis usual vigor and pre. .sen The "it,, ia! score was as follow. Innings- ttl57lt Uxilsvilir ...... o a 0 0 u o- s Piuaburgh Jtfi010o S baeehtta-l-ouuiulr 10 Puit.,.rb. 11 Errora-UMiiavuie. 1 IniuourL t Puenera eulUvan i.a.via L ai pi re- - Young Bliluur atkUltsia. lti riBokK, April U It was an interest mg game that was played today and re markahly free from errrtra The Athletics secured the first run on an error, but the home team gathered themselves toather. pissed carefully and sou the ha' re victory. 1 '. ifl al soore was as follows Inula- I 2 t I I 7 tU tiniore 0 0 f 0 0 I 1 Alhletio 2 0 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 2 baa. hits Baltimore. I; Altiletlas l. Km rs MMMere, 1 AtUletlus. 2. r . rs Heodeta a, Kdaaedj t mpire Fer-.isoii ABSjaBSaOawpaasaawsja AVBOBta, ia., April JS.- Tbe home team were m had condition at the QMMBB of Ml game, and the visitors took advantage of the fact and bunched their hit m the first three innings The vasM follows: Inulusa - I I S A $ 6 7 a v Aucuala 1 M 1 1 1 I 1 I I hat tan., sia I 1 3 0 0 I 0 V I - Buae hM I $ M kChattl ;' 11 Piu-hers Mis atlre . Hart I'mpire -burkh. tiatuee in the South western cir uit m N plae n ws. Ollll Mil. April 11. Inulngs- I I I 4 I I f I I rharlesun i 1 S 1 i J s Men; phi 1 .', 1 0 4 I 0 U I Hae hiu "liarlestou. 1 '. Memphis, II Krrors I'harleatou, 11. Memphis, I Pit cheis cinrk, Knoapa. tinplre Mcanfl. SavavsaII. April JT. Innings - 1 I t I I I f I I Savannah 0 4 0 1 1 - Nashville 4 0 1 .1 i ') 4 1J Htt.e hits savannah 8, Nashville 12 Brron SavMaah 7, NaahvlUe Pitchers .Seal. Iuudeu. Implre-'.reeDe. Ma.dn, April 27. -Iuulngs 1 2 3 4 ; I ." n s Macon ft 1 0 0 0 I 1 0 0 '2 Atlanta S t S 4 New YmiK, April L'7. The game batWBBB Metroj.olitan and Brooklyn, and the New York and Columbia College clubs were pewtpoaed on account of rain. e AN AWFUL LESSON. I'artnta l.. k TUelr cnintieu In .. It i tuit Leave VMBB tn ha Burned le Daata Ekik, Pa.. April J7. Thi evetiing tbe dwelling boaaa, oecnpied by Bphrain l-aw-son, bis wife and three children, CABgbt tire in the absen. of I.awsoti and bis wife. The children had bOM locked in one MOM. The nre was well under way before the a'arm was jjivt-n The doOTI w.-re forced open and the firemen, guided by the shrieks of the little OBM. mabod through the flames and PMOke to their rescue The two eldest, John and Maggie, were tallied out insensible and seriously burned. Tin youngest child, a babe of three months, could not be reached. The frantic Mandl besought the firemen to return and make another ett'ort . but ii was in vain. The bsV hies criaO of agony could be plainly heard, but no human aid could reach it. Two tire men were very badly burned, DM thought to We serious! v so. GRAH AM LYNCHED. A !vlol of Tour Hitrotre.1 .Weu Itreak Into the BfSWBfJBBBti Mo., Jail an.l Mitiig MBB, fintaoriaXB, Mo., April '7 At 1 M o'cloi k this morning a mob of 4' armed men surrounded the county jail and began parleying with the sheriff' for tbe MTNndef of Oao. F. trabatn. tbe wife murderer. I bf sheriff would not comply with their de mand. Vmt thev MOB batterel in the BBOTI and se-..rel the prisnn.-r. A' Zo'doch the mob started out of town OO Boon ville-st. with (irahain It wa- thought they would take him to the Malloy fi rm hanrhirnand throw his lody in the well where all Wifis'l bad was found. The Uad.-rs artfuiiv gave their pursuers the slip by starting in that dl'e. rion. but they i hail .red their course. and. while yet within the city limits, baaMd raham to a tree just an hour after the attack on tbe jail. e ah "ii iwwwea bbB the i ian it. x , . IKTkoiT. April J7 - A Washington special to the A -hv "A gentleman who stands olose to the President and poa seeees his entire confidence told the AVtro i orrespndent this mnrnirig that the Pret tied decideil to allow' W Bowers to re tnsin upon tbe Cfab bnch until a few days before tbe adj-Himnieni of rongrM. H;s name baa ben withdrawn from the Senate, but his commission is not rev ik i and cannot be by any one but Mr I land. He thinks power s OOBTM in Utah entitle hni to remain a long as issib!e. and he Pttl allow lum to d rj Ir e BBM sai l tha u Mubigan man has been de- rii on aa bis afsoessr, from a larc i;t of Wolverine raneidate The names anil not be given to the publie, as during t he month n. ensue before the appointment ia rna.ie ;nf 'een event mighf happen I BoIYmM programme I r.kllwa Bllta rrm' ,..trS Wnteii s At' H lUjsroe CBBBMBJh BaMBMBaBBtl bf hjg wife a- - 'last eaening and weni rt Cam'-' ain't b rate lnoneei baa1 in se. ".-el p- S coinCMteri. e t, a; a" e- -d bv the.) - m ' ed ew Yorker a-- 1 ,e - F '" it I f i the jn M- i'e ST a ra - .- -t s A Tttafttl TnA a- F - r '' a- 1 dg ' " st-'- we baa eaeBBBri in a , i n fe-xi ad I arW tbe vsnnev n tsoys a severe lasers JEFF DAVIS HONORED A SoricHs of OvttUOIlto t-o U.r Ex-CfniodrTatti Chiet HE HECEPTIOI 1! MOITEOMEHT. A tU'i a s Lap tai Ablae Witri Fir BBkHtf and llluniinit-oni Oar Tobpeak loJatar.d (ien. r'a Gordon I omorrow. MoMouttaat. Ala. April T. Jeflerson lavis arrikcsl tbia svatiiiig m a special cai aoootepanied by the rtxepllon BBBMBMBl He s greeted by popular ovation, el ail the towns through which the trail, passed esps (ajhj at Mobile. The rereirtioti here was most enthusiastic. Genera! Ctorduu also armed and the two toru.sr onJederate ihiefa were haiawj by acclamations tr. n thousands of throats and by the booesing of ran BOB and iha mun.i of iMtuds tieneial 0 NP. n an apsproprUkie eiWri-a., I ma... m iuei Davis to the capiia! of the state aad Alderman Watts spoke in a like man ner in behalf of the ciiy. A pr. session con sisting of military veterans and citizens then escorted Pavis t the Kl. halige hotel 1 he ' it is ablaze with lire works, illuminations and decoration Mr. Dtsil will apeak to n.orrov. at t he 'air groiimls und on Thurs da (iciifral Gordon will de.iver an addrwss on the aa anion of the laying of the corner stone of the i onfederaie monument on Capitol lull 1 he city is crowded with vis itors THE BABY ACT. Wra. S4indeiho.it flt-a'ls to Htu a MSC1 geMBBWl Asi.tr ,.n.i Ma MMM t m r t DjM Kraml " I A novel iihaiicerv cane is on tnai in the Kent Circuit court, in which Barbara Min der hoat. of Paris UfWOshtp is plaint!)! ami James M I.uiie defendant ll seems that on Mi tober .i. lNsj, Barbara Minderhout Obtained 2,000 OH a note and BMBlMMI zajJBted to Jatnes M . Ijine. 1 he money was obtained fbf Mr. Minderhout. who us-d it in business ami failed. Mrs Minderhout Was unable to pay the lie ItMsM and after consulting her solicitors she gave notice to Mr. Ine ihat when she executtl the mortgiige sin- was a minor asd that sh should declare the mortgage void and nk nim to discharge tbe same on that ground fjine refused to accede to her request and forecloasd, Jaat bafora tha aaia oi the preps-nv Mrs .Minderhout filed a bill to s-t aside the mortgage and shortly altfrwards defendant liied an answer alleging that when she obtained the loan she claimed to be ol aire. The arguments of conn-el were made yestcrdav, Mc Bride .V Taylor pBBat1 taa for the plaiBtifl and H. .1. Felker tor d. (ea dan t. SWINEFORD S CASE. The Bweerssee ea m bToj ae WawtstssgMw TrwaMe it. peeBed M ie fca st.r tor ii. ea ti- BaMaw, Dbtboit, Apri: '7 -A iTaaalBgtofl bjn)bbb to the A'ru'S says iov Sw neford. of A laska. left '..rtland foi Waahin.i'on on Saturday bM and will Ire here at tbe end of this week. Kverything indicates that he will lime I much harder fight to secure his confirm ation than he or his friend' have dtWBMed of. Sheldon Jackson, the Alaska aaaWeOO iiry, whom SwIneloM so badly and unnec- s$arily scored in his letter to tbe depart ment, will make h systematic attack, not only upon Swim-lord s official actions in Alaska, but on bis private . naracfr. and as the feeling against !he officials sent out to Alaska in the past fe v years saj aBM the CaUM of BBMBfOBI scandals, Swilieford s past record will U- closely scrutinized. If tbe enemies be has pursue him as they threaten to do, he will find matter-, hot when he arrives here THE MOTHER DIES. Ienrh of Mi. Smlili of Harmony. N.J. Vt Be In h I it of baSSMkMy Trla.l to Mur der Htr whole PaaeMj HABMOBT, N J.. Aprii 17, Mrs. Fannie Smith, tlie woman who tried to brain her children with an axe, killing one and ior tally wounding another, died at 4 o'i bash today. She pasee-i a PMtlBM night, snd begged her physician to let her die, as she had no desire to live. She le)jged that her husband might come to her bedside. as s,e wished to ask his forgiveness. She impnred for the ditiafl of her children and expres ! the Lope that they would recover. faW baj . Rnfus, is no U-tfer. and Ins death is hourly expected, f he girls are aPont the sun. and may tsissibly recover I he fther Bl compistely prostrated by thus ionvl blow, and fears are entertained tor In- sah 'y No inuuest is to M held over either the mother or child. OCK lOl.ks Messrs W. A and A. Smith have gons to hetroit. F. W Wu'z'.u-v leaves for New York this m rnin(r. Ir. P. Hensnn. of Chicago, returned home iasf roght. Sheriff K'tiney is in Woo-lvide engaged in ps-toral pursuits. MBB Sadb llowsrd, f H dland ia tn the t y visihng friends. A. A t'rippen baa returned from s bub neea trip to California. law F ( ' s-.lbsi.gl, is in riiago He .will return the latter part of l be week Alei Snotland. of Yonkers. N Y bs derided P 1 ate parmanently in this city. I ' Hemming!. I No Wealthv- ave . i ;n Hastings He wdt tetiirn Tb'i's- dev. J. P Thayer, who ia now a traveling aemirt f .r a ' m irinati bouse. s- b r a lew dav M s ! is M -iai f' a, n'-r-o I Mi ng -mt.or wtio haa bean sttend iev siih Mr MBMMB ' em . N i tar lt- bsa Wn i in the city the past two - i Is Asa e-. ATTEMPTED OUTRAGE A fcuM IU. X . 't kta.1 . i aeaaj p..- erful uagro, agasd Uiiriv was uristsjailB beilaint- afl today v :.arg.i with attempted rape ia Miaa l.iaaMr Wen U nuar Bias k liunw, t iviurth diatrtot. s)n NVen-Oi lives v : n c-iri r.n : (. . l taitie; An.iut .uld BBjbA leak ahjBt tbe ladiwe heam p p figBJB MMM OBd Wssni ik's u u mvestiAcaie ry found a window opei and bsaxauiiigr aiaraassi staruad aver U- Cdaard Anna their iiearuat n. . For heij i Le l.aU t la' le iu i loumi v. .i ed and - la run I n weie overtaken by Havis who aeited alias lAwda just a bbaj Mai tied Mr -hs ! .'.'. Le man w 1 ran irauiiU h) Mm ' rhe cries sere t.eaid ai Amoa bu. a ,t : . : . I i m.. Uil id lite ItoiitM i Mnaa Kit. i. .a Mas a.inntletl bill Uteri Men two ladle only m lb i. .ae al the tin.r i . -ai n. . hack BBM w at W Co wa etruaghug w ith ber assailant, and .1 in drav her in 1'be negro wni t-ft bio rrHurned an bour laUri and ulia. ked lite houar lie toned an eiitrance (he ladies ret rtm'iiaa ap slnirs w i.Mner lie a? . j :e I to loJloW but was Oeu-r red In threwi- oi a un He kepi the ladies terrified until after daylight, when (he hoard n passu. : Itavta left hut the alarm neighbor- turned ui ai. i him mi a barn. Threat made, bit talmei couiim has les-n hung in the years an i MB I f err be Was 111 Welch is an est i uabii natior. ..v et t !. .. . gUtli tlte m found lung were ailed. He i ! ...d i o c ...ni V -r.at LBdij Ml ail GRANT'S BIRTHDAY Celel.rate.l Ml Hit- M 1 1 o... 1 1 1 aa M I lliio.li in Ma-tot (.Int. Mi i.kiiI Ml Ihe l.riifial lululi Washi.n .ios April 7, -The a.xty l-.urth anniversary of the Inrthdav .f 'ten i.rant was lebratd fieri- tonight at i he Met ,. . ltan M K, church I do BBBBM was filled to its lltmoal capacity and hi.- In BMBM vm re turned away :.iet .!;,-: . "site presidisl AddOMBB extol ting th Patriotism and eulogietic of theniemorv ol the (jeOeral were delivered bj . BBBTMBBi Ksart, and Bo.wn oi "ii-th to Congressman Iong. ol Massachusetts, arid John J Sja-iice of New t Otrfc. The exer c set kaved with a eery albs tiug addrwat t Be?. Ir Newm ui 08 ''.rati! las' fa iir at Ml M'-iregor Mt liianl Ml Ml bbbbbbI Sbmb Nrw YoKk. April J" - Mrs draiit and Fnsl (trat.t HMU Mien .rant's tomb I and decorated it in remembrance of the sixty-fourth mmMmMMJ! of ihe ibbbmI I birth. A ppVBBBf BBsBBI of pBBpM Mai usual viilei the tomb during ihe day .let pile tbe thrf Atsuttig weather. The day wa also obs . rved I- in 'tube's d thei.. A. H m the etty aad . i . ity No Hope of ,'. Kelt l mlil Nr.w Yoiik, April fl . . on.d tie i the real reason .,t the la. ure pi yesu-rday negotiations fir a acttlaBBMi of the Third ave. strike w.i the r. : s.d ..f tf. gr..i i jury to assent to the propoMtiofl whn h had been agreed up.ui by couneel for I be risi and the strikers r. ;eiy. ihu if tl. investigations t,,re the gran-i it BBffl aban.ioiMvt. a ii"npnn of tfo trnub Boald be effected Iaun rliacb are! I sine, t be counsel referred to lotb s;.i p-d.j that oaring to this (hen was no ! ante of a ootuprouuse ai.i lii fihl w.e.id tinned iadeonitel'. The Third ae striker- tin- aJleJBOOB staried the fn-i I a line ! etac or. Third ave It was weli j utrooiaaduBOd the ieop.e cheered M it rolled along Tha railroad coin pa ov did not aHia any ground todai ',v claiming they era play tog a winning bub a the New Orleana Karo. N'gtt UkUO- pil .'7. In I be ' ne e of a mile and a Milonlli f - the purs. 4 IMKX DldlBBtUtn won. I,. Il-o se. otid OhariM Loom third ttaaa tMA Ss i on.! rae. maiden, allowams. mile heat, purse FieU'b i a w Ird Cambridge se. . md, Waukesha third, litxsa i 51. Third race. Handicap suaset si I .-- . .. and uuarter miles pM.h M - w.n Meno crar. Moaodj Kiograude, third final I 1'J F'.unh Baoa, Wettei weight", ibre. quarters of a m: gentlerm ri riders hardly won. r I Breto en. h W Kansas, ttiird ll A Raea ltelw-ii llanlaii atol Hiinii-r. Bo-T-.N, April J7 Arsf.g m ents for a race for a purse of $UBM betWBBa Hanlan and H osii r ts . ' led The contest will lie iri connection with the cele bration of St. John's day. June 2.V at tuelte. and will occur at lake St. Joseph, n-ar lhal city. Baaeaar, who .slowing ia imr form. Will ffO ' I.Ms S" Joseph aanj la June for final pre tie The Mayo ..i rh. u MoBtrea! is nt ike I,. ..d of the ' iir t)s who have put up r h p'.rse. a A fight ho p.okr www "MO. hell. ( BP too, April Ti Ai ea of agMMWMt were -igt rv) tonight for an e'gh? r .nnd con test with bard gloves, to take place at Bat tery D. MM I Kg Moj 16 MtWBBl I rl and MiP bell tbe winner to 'm cent of th gate neipts. Pars totngbt telegraphed Ierneey that I 1 ild state definitely in rega' f to hi hs lenge ti fight Burke to a ' tin pis' et' . bis money would b- ' .vered e The tnrlii.uw Mt lrk tMlll On Be'kivs April r The a'r:k of the la's I sf i. a ione ' he ' MMtll an It wa tbonght lat nigiit that Berth" "t.e ' t-o prin is etup rm n .sei to aigr an agraemeni won ma men if Robinson, anotlter large MMMWBf, signnt After RashiBfi bowwear, BBrrlail iiaawl havinr made am h a prom ise and the strike now seems ae far ae ever frore set i lem rr. irc a Wtrlk tif Nrs chinisi Merer work in (.' hV ett i, a - "Tans ttr EIGHT HOURS A BAY GrtmUsd, But Nu ln ; rxusc ia Prtell! btOitr of Weaker fUHKHUH: CilMMIiUl. ..H'tH. I lu hriv i Pari ai ovattatecto 6.ot Mi v hr Csiiia ' ae to Aciept u h. eropoenio'. vvtio sVbtb In is. lure li.m i . as .nl. ,i. Ml rws' -i i i.ar li a. ... ttajBM Va tnuiai liank Meiiiter of me preaa aere a , .... mi..', lol a . s ao.t aaanutacUtiwea wBBaae BBBBMBM were U lu W i.l . I x h .. 'ame.- Ma. bli.lt o! u.e l.i i . , .;. Via A Ot ad M Maiiill. nf ii Bi.oun J. Moore was lUe oi.iy absBBt BBM) lie-1 I he t-uurt ou.u lies o! i lu t amount . iu-r m . . m I ar tolloWS LoUlt L !.a. .no SeU.h. MalleU A v unri cal.ne4 nih Jan... i ..- i . . mi fun . sape ij A Mom 11 .rai..i Kapl-lt I. .iiM 1 1 1 ai. s. i, Iwu kev A 'i luiniture oiuiiwia 1 hoiua McMioien W A rM'k tu-ioiure ftany M Murrt.. New Ln.aoi m pan i fhoina In ikimt. Mlgb UtaiiH ia 1 - i., .n. (.a1 . I. I Mluthl Ka b . niai v - i Wnli .'an.l Ma pjl A or. ten 1- t ..i ewayg lo Kin H I. oi. IS James lurnitti turmu La o uitnre w k - Hon of eight bourses a day a work, an in crease of In jer el.t iiiWa, . - it., mmtis of ., . .. . r t M ' Oa ti .t lo Ih afl.s ie.1 iy the re.lu ' h -l Uoi.ra. Ihit -1 the ii. a i in iii operation and V m Widdlts.Bib sifaie-1 thai while . r. 1 Ueeu. Hie OeinalnU ! ihe men in '.he ieawi uuteaun.nah.r, et they were unatue I., u. ce.l I I'.e.i ei.tirn . MM ira are Imsin. was n l a prob table as iii ftrmer s .. i it., divideh i - w i a J ) n an.; i he n:unufa lureis Welt ho a u j..y oi my out a riiiserable exis'enoe a K. WtwdBB enanraid ail thai wa aatd b Mr V -hiii on.i an.l e , i. st, o int nal et regard for I'a- hard working laboring men. K W. MerriiJ ! tin i'mwnix oeia nl br.ei'y tipTu-iiry of lite drseatalee al tha men' . i u it ril ion und siattai that if WMOoJ thr..ivti ne persist! m .-. of U.e i.rjini l.; I? mat the eitl.t l. in svs iilll wa t-n lorscl to ihe Ass a AM. i a great BM ' tall ihe Man ubsct or er's ommntee anoouneed t bat they woatd adopt the eighl houi syt.t.-! tn i:i mmg May 1st , hut at j reM-nl a. n-a mid "of t tei -1 ut inerfHst -i w arwa da mand. il hut wo pM - M.ii tot the w on . M I A not I W oH MM T o . hu: s. P tt.e ger,. rH r. mu$ ot iheru exreseesl IbernaulBBI at disa With tl(e r:i! OVER THE RIVER 4.. I in en 1 fill lla it. Iii I I S." iiti little a I m laeaarta .l ularal Atr.ui seventy nie piss win ten.ianc at the ia u I tali gdeBB Wolverine Club at I'.erteToy A la hall last evening I Th o pt i harye of the floo S' Ml Mrl h S' - pa ' and T H hy . it. re the rewadewee jf parents at 22 Wear ttndce et Has ; m the VafMy bbW m Hai ward, of IBS Kr-oeil-wt., left t.o, il' ra ciub gave a eahee hadl Aoorrr law eveviirajr led we BBuut fwely essBBMB I Wt ra .d v and Mr K A rMs t KawavSi. Mr end Ar ut- Mrs M wim Hat. . M atot tea Mr and Mrs Thee. TV