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Vc LUME III. NLMBEK 112 GRAND RAPIE8, MICH , SUNDAY MORNING, MAY VW l c ! ' SEEKING SOCIALISTS OUR "bfi:U SC DC ISHJlllflGHT A L.Rt ee oI T.heJ N ' ME! IRE SEIEBMIIE Of lEYEItt H- St-iida TwoVr'.i Mr,vge to Congreea. V HDIi BEST. 'hy He Oom t Ukm MctropoL jtmM Jourualibm. I Ac BUT THE 1 OEMOMU." v Uler Quocn t Miuiun. Ill f ISHIXG U U : T - Ifiti . Mi LATEST Po'c I rta r Pt : P at u-1 A Pol CO r i ke ; i h i - j.i patrol led. t - 5 if.! rol wgo n nun waa seen to f around tDe i-iirnrr An j after biru tn I ariied him hy J . rn ill was I u.fi ! iakr and an anarchist kjgl leg told why Tie wt.t a J - . i i r 1 utilr guard ari l a i r ibis hail or ratmtr ars. nai of .' company. x nen ' t hurst open ihe ii t that their birds. r leme nf haaty HtiL ere acpwreut. A r . i . ; i iw ami a vast lanttty of n r have been in the hail t titt" the iUi before an t - .at he had re n Hay Market u bapin that I carried rw md I I llr,j it, . . V rf I I waa IT -I MEM IIBCTEO Dick Smith l-itphi-uted with the Great Ohio Editor. ri fia CHuufl isti mi. Men W o I rted to loot a Hiot at the Pannanjie Yards 4lj ln d ct-1 W th the Ej. or, i ir a' Hamilton nuiiitY closes if wee ne of the findings is aga.ns John K MlldaJS, char, in him w : !i i let! - elver lis q r in sther riot, and ag .:i-t M ji! Ua - ea i ind li i hard Smith loiatlj tr a aim liar offense. I he men who 1 1 1 el to incite a rtt at the Panhandle pardi the i s sodden ippoaranoi of ilerrmun ariseaisxlsd fan bur sswilrai of the gnaad jury and thev .:. not report as ante i pared. THE POST MORTEM I h ggei l I l...r OaMtaMMl "I MM llotie tl.O.loig. I'a Iii4.irt imiIIim l.t HuatMlH I'tiilii' irih. I j i i vHf i iiiriitiiittet. i -) n :t -.- i .it i.iv ('urtin lt-'r 1 itim ot Mi"Hnri. at. Svf4rt. of Vrrm M. am.' l from riu'if :i 1 !u-i I .i vti.)!i ill th I nitr-l tarr Ctr.uit tru ni r!iin. A Ij 1'a'it -i ietiral J C fMlhfrfl, wfi- m nniMd, ta-.titir-l to h;s i-ir-. t. Km-a M If. i 1 I li A'a ... if Till J., to llan n'Sal an.i to ".im r-ty t"r th tMtrtH of muiitaium I-i'xir '-mi tm-Mlonrr K itttzky gav tlie r- . ofhin inveitia lion of ti e strike aiitl the OOftfWWMM at Can aa City, ami the Ulti rNMHN f the urtcra .r- r Kanauii 1 M,-o'in UopUtOftJ iharoat of tna-trie it over l tiJ.U"J. J. 'iark. ehiaf etarfc la the o4Vca of the Btetj An litor of Knnai, imlfltjd HI the m rura'y ofiten Janirson statement. The repre enrat:van ot tlie Knijthtx of Labof were nt . ' if. an.l w-r HMit t r. M"r. It.iley anl D-iay repomlim;. i-fii Stevenu. Pint Asmtant Potma-ter linnera'. Mayor Frun.'M mi l fiiiiios , Ui.nr Vi- rtVMOCnt nf the loii ltar,J, alo arrival Mr. Htair w.- puniiiiwl ami told of poMca in tertVrencf ;ti running freight trains. He x.k .! he was BGting4toilenf and exe utive ottlcer ot the htiard V EVmI fen. of the Missouri fm Ittc, ipiirie.J th hospital yotora an-l Dor. (!'irti'i cril eWd it. ami Mr BtafQaa feoad dofoct Ul it. Mr. John Dotty, of DoBt the heroine of a kxoi m b ode w- next put on the Btoad, i :ie of her larJeM was a " ah. ' anl in a riw ww p irnirtl ty her hue After he i! ciitereil she nwm1 a? her door with liis rev .Iter arnl ureven'eil the m h following, tl l -)vea'..l 1U. of H,-nnr k Boaslncor and H H Mtlto. of Popular Cliff H f Deal U'l a H Daa forth ot Ctario K 't-k.'" arvl K I' BurliimaiM won worn ami .'imme.l aftt-r Mm Daffy. Thay are a"n's n. v- 1 f iremen of tha MiWMNiri Pa iftc rbeir azaminaiion wa ii ii u . . i U i iftoftm :i. in t Mondaj it wi'i he taken up again. alAo tttc exauitiia ri .ii .f other railriM.l men HEAVY ROBBERY. r. i""r me t HsaiaOaw io..i Vy I i i kini-ii S ri tire m llii; II il !..., i i-e.l entranr i 94 the a! " in aad am! tri,, 'or,k llllel . Mav -. rhaj I ..' -; i .ie- ;!.; i i i ter l . favor of the reiifor of Til f..r T . i. , w t . Ma; : I 1 he How Pari Another Pension tilt Tilt Mitary Acad my Appropriation Bill Passed hy: b -fcr Nor I ar ft but Labor i Hay I i ' -t 1 1 the tuii IrX! .f tliv two u.?afr seut U (feaa t-olav ky ( U-nt v . two pri.afr pens:. m k I hrt tiirts U) aa follow a: ,', -f-Mltrf'fril I return without tuy api r.oai House bill No. M7, entidrd 'an act iu raaaiog lh p-uiou of aadrati j. Hut rkk bill jtnilrfii rtMini -ii ,u v. :. ! ri tf t- i (i i, ained therein baa d tin receiiue lor a numUr ol yearn. It apfMiiirii from the report - f (he L-oiiiitntlee to wi.uh the bill was referred that theilaii.t ma.le b) hnu f r in- rea-e'i petiMu ha been !!-. rret tel hv ihi' pel i.n bureau on the ground thai the eiainaanl m now re oMVina a MMioa oommaaurate ith t he decree of Ls aht'. il y POUOd t OJ l'l Toe poll. I ot tie' j K in Iv reeri;ig by ecial en.i. ueut iti ilat " rOOw d U e hiiieao inVOfjtOd t In With (he cXainlllatioii of pe:. Moll elailit, fully aquip pad tor Mien exauiinatiou and ought n i to of any !a-k id liberality to ovj en 1-. exceedingly iitiaati matda. li mav well be .1 uhte I if a Ootaifdlta of Cajfjfvan hi n bttraf opfiottiinity thn BOCQ agetir tojudgoof t' e ineills of tlm claim. If. hoAewr tli. re i aOJ ia. li t poer in ilia pai don bureau tor u full in- ve-iltatioti it -hoiild he supplied. If the eyaien a.h(ted la inadauaie t do in I jus tice to idaifnaDti it inouM be corrected, ami if ih-re i a wain of . tnp.uhy ami c.n-i.l eraiioii (or tie detendere of ur 00 fl tame a I the bureau ho nd ie reurBaniaed. The diapuaitioo to cuoceds fche i4oal fjencroui treaum nt t the dfailed. Mad alil lieeily aOrUOg our erans -.tioiii.1 not ! reiiiamel. an.i it niUM t aiuii(te.l that in some cases justice and equity cantitit he aVa.md wi'hout the leritahhi trndonrlra ol the roeernaieat in f.r. r of wofhv ohe ts of 1!- t ire l'hee t oii.lnioii! an 1 aeiiiimeiita justif resort to ?iet iai lefnalati ui iui I am ooueinoed tiiat tn- laterpeai m hy Buedal enactment in the granting ot penelona should be rare ami esceptiooal ia tle nature ! things, li 1 1 i - j is lighi I v dune and upon slight oc -asioii aj temptation i- offered to Hie pix-age of l claim- hv COfraaS whi.ii. Upon tiieir merit.-, could not survive the te.t of an j examinatiorj by the penaioe bureau, ami edkuai oary iiot f mi rwes depends Uvin sympathy ottener misdirected than founded uhjii riifiit ami jUatica. Trie m- htruim-pfalit v devised v law for the deter sai nation of oention claims is tlms over roled ami diecradited, and there danger thai m ilie end popular prejudice will be i rea ted against thone wlio are worthy ami entitled to the bounty of tne government. 1 here lias la'elv Imh-ii preented lu inc. gfi the MM day. tor approval, nearly two hundred olid forty special hills, granting ami Increasing pensions ami restoring to to (he ptineioffl list the names of partes which tor aosaa cauea have been dropped. TO aid executive duty they were referred 10 the pension bureau for examination and rejirt. A hT a delay , alisolutely net es-nrv. tiit-y have U-en returned ti me witinn u tew hours at the limit, t -otistiiutiotiully provid ed (or tha executive to act. Thirty-two of the hi I Hare thue oia"sined: Eighty one cover oasas m wkicfa lavorahle action by thn in sioa bureau a as denied by lasjauo nf the Inenfliciency uf the teetirnooy aled t prove tiie fav ts alleged. Tbeta hills I have ap proved on the assumption that the claims At re neritoua and that on the pasrasn of the ttii's the govern men! has waived full proof of ihe ua ta; tw nty-six oftiie hills were to cover claims rejeried tiy the pension bureau lietause the evidence pro lined tend ed to prove that the alleged diaabiiity ex- inte! Uefore claimant enlistment; tweti'y otie . over claims which iiave leen denied by each baraaa heraon the evidence tended loahoa that the disability, though ouo tad in ibe servioa, was not incurred in the line of duty: thirty three cover claims which have been denied because the ew- dence f.-inis to show that the disability originated after the urdforf disc barge from the -ftTMiy : lorty-seven c..v.r claims which liae baafl den ed li aue the general ensioii laws con a:n DO provhv km under rrbfch tnej eoosd in? allowed, a.ni twenty f.ur ilalais have never been j-re-smteu to the pen-ion barvao I eeti uata tbeexpendit tree Snvolverl In tneec i lis at BJlora tnafl 3).0O0 annually. Tuoogb my on. rption of pudif daty lends mem the conclu-iofi, in-. the slight examination which I have hren able to give to u (i of tills as are not embraced ia the first class . Mentioned, thai many of them sfitm d di"approad I i-rlv nriahle to iuhiuil witbm fbe time flowed n;e for ! ill if urpowe, in o jci 'iocs to t tie same A nfflcieni rens -n f. r ihe return of the hHi no under consideration, i fond In the fact that it prov dad! tha' the name of Andrew J Hill I iced on the pei i wluie the re urd of the pension bureau, as well as the j i " Oe i.e prf of ttie r-,Hirt. I w mm tiie fact tint tiie name of .he liene- j ficiarv Is Alfred .1 Hill ' ! r at in a 4 Urn re of I tlilt I ha I s. ami ad i went r"iv a im ma juuriiMi. THE RKASON FOR IT. ynio.l s.i. ulil al i'liiili.ii4ll lloMtba I Ike I !..- I ar.l ml I'lOi ('i mul PSSSas Hmiub. iur .1 liter ( in. in.nui. n , May There i- a ditler em e of opitiHui here a-s to the nee-i! railing oat a OSmtingMM of the -'ate tr ..ps I out- hold that the .juiet so far maintained i- .1 ie o BW N precaution. wLile others o,n tend tt.jkt it is wholly owing to the good seise of the orktngiiu-n theiuvi in and thrir desire ta prove that they hae no part whatever ilh aharchi-is or socialist. While they do not object to every care hem- taWeli. thev . ..n-ider tiie OUteide mil ltar force a use!ss . xhii-c. Ihe police colon, iiohers have hceu investigatuu the so. ! :.N in Cincinnati Thay Nod that they bavrj are nt mi hundred uu s of all Lirils of which 200 are improved Winchm- ter repeating rifles. Ttie others are old army mttSaCtl ami shotguns TbOM men nr.- .ill foreigners, BtOSUJ! t.cnnun-. and thev are We'! drilled TlicV have the s.ime kind of bombe that ware used la Ohicaan. 1 hi- I- given tt a fact known to the police ami with no intentiorj of nnneoraaarily exciting or alarming anv one These bombe are rnsde in Cincinnati ami Coving ton and the have been mad.' here for veare, and were u-eil by the Paris commune This tact was brought to iiht hy tiie (ierman government, which employed American spies to investigate tha matter. 1m- ex plains the pre.-' nt police -ind military precautlooe. UNDER THE WHEELS. A Yikiii At oo .l.oi,i. mi ihe I raeSl '. ' ' t .i It' i; i i in. .in.l i- ( raihtd I mlei t he v lit-eN. Ntn ihK. N. J.. Muy s Just before the ii It tram of tin- lVnnsyJ vtinia railway for Jersey t tl y arrived at the Mat ket-.-t. st.iiion in t iis city today, a haml.-ome young man. apparently about thirty years old Walked down tha platform. Ha did not appear to be excited, and attracted no particular at tention, but as the locomotive name thun dering up to the station tin- man suddenly jumped fr-un the platform, directly on the track. The engineer tiied to reverse the engine, hut it was too law- ami the man was ground to pieces under the wheels His remain- were at once carried into tiie station. By letters found oa bis person tiie suicide was Identified as Prank dements, the missing actorof tbc sfodjeske troupe, tor whom search lias een made by his friends sinos last Sunday. Telegrams were at 0S4 1 sent his friends In bi pot kel Was a letter from Ianiel Frohuiann, the thcatrft sJ manager, offering t'lements a fine engagement in the oomnaoy for the sum mer. No reason can be given for hi-- r.i-h Set. A PENSION DECISION. Si oti.l I'.Mi.pl r.ilifl Mm imi.I Vl.ikf a IS.il ing v iiu n le i later -t sa I U i n.- of (lie l.ale War. V ksaijroToa, Slay s fleoond Oomptrotler Maynard has rendered an important decis ion under tiie additional bounty act of July j-. IQOt I in- deciifasi it to the efteet that ery oldi-r W ho en listed after April U, 1862 for a period of" not le-s than two year, and a as honorably diaoharged after ear viag two years, for the ursse of enuhling him to accept s i oinin.--i n. is entitled to the s 1 'hai bounty of $"i, aatborlatd by the thirteenth section ol 'hat act. provided ! was md entitled to any greater bounty thaa $100, on dn tha ksan existing at tha late of the passage of the at t and provided h,- i.rni w.i- tiled in time. Tl,:- det isioli is not app'it ah!e o any laim-for loch ad ditional bounty whit !i were BOt fllsd urcil after Jalv 1. 1880, the time for tiling sm h c.aim- keving expired by limitatl u on that i lay . SPARKS TO RESIGN. Ituioor r,p,t h Man Wli.. lit' llrn llo.nolrfl h il.r -Mp-. Will ! n. 1 1 .i-i by, Bail k nn Waaataol -v. Mav ft - There was a rumor pda that Land Commissioner Spark" was aba .' to r.sin and ex ''onjrresftrnan I. acr, i4 Mieaouri wonld sucoerd bim. Mr Sparks i now in lilin as Tiie run r i- The Telegap ar i. Dstaoc. k pres. sjftd f't'fcht Tnajsn like LM ot Nadu iaa N ea P..nted ba the " 1 1 IcijraiO'H raid " 1 - . n.c ot mlting atU-ldiOh h lh aupriioiity of the lni...K HtolSliX .er ttir .. ee-l i, prr ot tiiia i ity and more i-peclal ly that bUillo.' frp'tsel.t lie ' II. e b i rf pa t hi . MilimllieJ r Iku.y hrmtMKit we to-Lay pres. m t , (he public a list of what x known in joejrrmiieth (siiiaiuea aidt-p- Wea-l mil cadets to apemt a tew momenta time in loS i overall absolutely a curate list oum led after many houm's UHlifMM work ' ! . by reason of a m.i ti'e siamlnatioa d mx copies ot the 1" r i.- count etn ,' of itte .'.isti pan ;' and druel wh.iii daily ap!fs in the battlv pri nn-d tad i h',-d poic i, of the fhaisiy ef Uutt Is sat op and worked otf in Grand Papule When one daily pa-r printa en item of m-w which one oi Its contemporaries mignt have puhlmiied and Uid not. it ia called a "a-em ' The length id the ll-t pieschred i low will i v plain inn id the leasons w U Mr Ball d es not like ' no triMJitan ' o.trnali It is but fair lo say tiial the Ikmuvrot hod aax at tern local scoops on the I I Ih.KcM HlKVlh tin- sreafci and a- we give i bam bt low, anv oewepaper uteu will eaaily tutderetand how in making up a new -'alt tor a pracii ne paper, end that without s ''diary baw sack '"aooops occurred Aaa uatesr of courtesy we give the ',! . ' -...p fins Tuday. Dtahltahmiat el the e imrf lu.t MeatUsj el tee M V 1 . taet Aoatny Mouih y lueitiuK II ri.. ilturai sMSStg, I nov Ai'egeil threats of cs'Ikmi hautlaoti . h A 1. Meeting "i ins laaetblaeaa, Bsanifday m . ling H CVf P. Mtciiiic liiiich ol hri-t lit. rxr society. The billowing list doat Hot en Monday :.--ue of this paper, a- th I prints no paptlf on that .lay. We wii.no' lie unkind enough to sav that the cu tor- in the stereotype plate factories in Chicago refuel lo wor k on Bunday, beeauas that is not true. There are. however, no freight r express trains arriv. ing in this city from Chicago OB the Sabbath. Following are the Tft rvaf-ff TTTt t T r'1 most important ltK-al "scoops on the lrn omit (or the past week: Sunday Conference ol the iron v.irk i ami their cm plovers. Meeting t the Keut Furniture employes and their dssseads. fSrmauakment of a new o,..i r- home. Paying tbc '.-acliers. -., About die trout Usher. Tuwadpy. Strike of the servant gins s-trikt at ilie i .iliiiii. F.x "lsor wurka. rujhnp Patterson - iris lo frrtler1 1 !.. ,ropi-ttl Writ sile theatre. Wed ne-Hity. Building iterations in the eastern part of the CltV ort Ing of the har Asaociatioo Boouehtei el siisegnai nts Ihr Judge wuhey s funeral rbe iuirta'.itu nt oabsnst ssakeri boss Kea York. le e s...-par 1. the BpirftuiktiC medluui. h.. - ti 'ii ol oth' i rs .! tiie tin vejte etna, Th uraday. Motion to .'ii-inis- Gilbt iirdler BOSS n t cality. OomkUMthsi Of U' rVTalfari manufacturers agamst din banted employes Ttf closing ,t tne Oread kaptda Purastare Da all ma-le h aetossBes's AatsniMy, R tt L Adoption of plans tor th new (.'burch of Cbrist. Keeuvi ry ol property stolen lrom lav;.l K . you. Marriage"! Itl-imp IVtersou'-daughter. An easiae on the L - a m a, railroad rmtatmy wi.ii hy a half-alt ted keg. K r i 1 u y . Interview with Paniel UsekwOU'l, ihe man w ho nominated leveland an awsttt "SOOOD Purchase ot W v liri.lg. - ri ! l V .strnhati J.itiranau Hrr - Intonded IIISITlsge tU Holiaii'l Mi.t'iu! A.-l - !'. :.. piirrhasc Use '!ir:-t propertv Alfpotettneut of raavaawr So secure pit in the acfeooU agauiKt killing ttir.l- l.its ra! U.ihaud i hur. h rueetmx. p- r.8hej The H..rv Tb.i 1 hi I I bn i uttarl m rrgabisat km tine High - in-. Ei It is. kexhacs ehoat the esol graph in tins p i t some-h ing ot w h s pa;r in mtc iti unaortwt ' I .:. ...... SJ PRESIDENT EGAN 1ALKS. nr hat y lewtosMl ssweaaaws Mm I'lttelaMMM Mr-ih..ii j Has tK.'-'o-t- aatd s.,,i ii mU Attytbiaa . I .. wtek gtsem ..: - he Irish Natioual 1 was interviewed todxv tm nts in i e' tain paiM-r the anarohiet riora In li t len tiji M t Pg.m w a? the H ga He ss pers 111 this in evi v oi her w ; i I re! a ml or i lie I n -ii s; arrogant Ignoraaos ad tht re i- 0a - feature it more no!).eahkv tha" e dlRt. Hoot lier. mr mora gratify ing to every I ri ah man it - litat up to in,, present linn not a single Irishman has iieen POtwd on the Mile of the iisl Hag. ami . potel wi'h pride, that aifiut three fourths of the gallant fellows who Jeii in del. nae of law and order Ware, of Our nattiui that Rome Irishmen mav have gone to ewiomc- :ii lefct . t ieir IsorjMO and Ul battling tor their nation al rights, and some of them will no d Mil t do so again in the future if Kog i-l - up..: i v and Khgltsh injustice prevail toward the n inly o-.r' of Gladstone I..N-H t iiieatxon I.V constitutional Hut tins Utten J can way, SSM I know whereof I Vpeal tiia vn iadsiu. as the term is aaderatoiai i'V the followers nf tf;e re I tlag. m v r has ?' n d ami never will timl atbot bold la Irelaml uf among tha Irish iipie It has however, considerable strength in Kogland for years baa iH-en its bawdua triors .r I bf the V'bii-ago Jap rs ..f vr-'erdav I pm 9 e tiiat Illinois can boael an Kneh-h se, pjoa of llfet tirder. ' THE BROAD AY STFAL The laowethaalaasi ! Prwwjvoes Ben York i it.- ii. iiir ri i staemt IIiiiii. l'rner. T-ih New Yokk. May I In the NrrOadwa v. "ligation Francis Lyndc 8lesn. after stating that he bad requested to he OkOad as a witi.e--. iiecause, ol an atta. k upon him by Senator Foasett, explained hi mm timwiih ha Nkuadsjay surface ra R as a lawyer . ahb-rrnen vo't give the franchlm n the Nvmsfivtif oom pinv without any cointen-ar i. u the wu-ii..-s m v er i his ooonoetioo with Ihe oom pany he never saw a b md of tin i"ny and never had one in his xMaeaion Wilson I i.. a- next He said he wss glml to lie given an opeotl unt: to make an eipfanaliou in rep y i a h tl Senator F eseit was reported to have sal i rf him He bad never had anv swwv w bat ever with the Itroadway rail wet t. ould mdimaglne how his aemwe mid have been menioieI ir onne i. m it (. t to- ma ter Mr lliwi : is it,. :,cnin of Prc-i- THEY FIGHT? M i. I .''i. 1i i.nl.b ta I ' .UK I r . i SSiii oriSe I h oaty Qo-ano n.t o i s , i tf, lure- - I e i Oapartme piac, : , L I .. I I pi It-Id . i. I M of a iw hoi irt- BEHIND TBI BA' IMrall lii I hit ag. hi i l.i R an i ii le IttrsveateU v . w .. a vt , N i a N oxa Mav j 1 ,. t j,t the N.-w ir k and U f p ts'prisl or, it m if r:i n.iU.l. Ipl.t. li. ..i.,n lo I. Mie alt v iutal to . ..It a. i - Haw I si CINCINNATI ANAF 1 n .