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ULUME III - NUMBER 114 GP-ANH RAPIDS, MICH , TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 188a MVK CE TS MR. BLANO i LATEST A BiU Provulm tor thej lum ln of " Coin N u) ..t o Aaig informal -on Cor Crn.n gtne s r of the Va.l A r-rrJmMI to ftM r-St Ummir l 1 1 by Mr .r:i t -t ' e i oaO ed ate, Americai :.. h 0 lurtiisb to Satiate it n t tn 1 with lh ptihiii mtrtest, ;,v n in lu y I n OMMinMBM : i lvl J .; atattan authorities, al Um CommUms on F Tr-n tCola . fej MM ihr Minn ami what KM Hi a Mary to protect the per ror' V . ' . an i I'Ui-tX while t en e in ihe irts at the in S O . - V, . I M F M lUl.'t-! 11 on The? dBOMM bar eaara time . MAR I IN IRONS AGAIN I l h feasants tv- I () Ma H4 lt4 wl Ml. . uc rasaee m lAetrna loi s '.tiis asettlUg aafcevl What r e 1 lienor; Via. Ai of Um tardea, tig smi led and mm no lioodaiiuo whaieter. i UkOStgBt uf UL. Uiiicfa teas en; leu 1 I'M subject. I bate no desUe - ! 1 UuC think ft OAoaaVftoto Ogat't Mr i rr pmmtneut knight ot Mm MIUI If lb people r Ll th Hi; tli I the bo., an lol M . 4 haU'.e srie. UuO "full -.1 deiliier Igmrut ff.e ,.iih ! rrn .U-trM is e : . j A i, .!- i - a l 1 r her aspect hs: after it H alt , Mr P' l-ri will be trailed ujam if ti till (irfMriil ut'i We d m t i '!? ni the Man in Irm k ini of lurre Is !' little peBCe and war in tiiui t4i i ut ,i- Ihe men ol MMVnt system stood bv thnr board ;!i a Jut if r tight, out they have had h ami art too it tot of lueil U ur it a in staaeo wur Powderlv lBB JOURNAL STOLEN v n tit iii the llarcr ful Drams Hrn,( Bo ' IMMB ! i a MAM - . May 1". Yesterday tbtre some rumors regarding the safety d Um mmhj journal of BotiiidBj. M the ll - I pa . ins expected to make their action in ! si pel ling the Don rats stand by this jour Dai. I t-r Yaiiainiighaiu Mid it was MftJ lo i ! kOVeb fbiO BBefUOUQ, hoeever, he dis I . r bis desk had been opened utui i a v i i jmrty cliarirts the ottier Uti the tfctA. r..!i in ll Kuntitl . l mlrr iy M, Al 1. utie a m ' Littir A aVOaf iti pritial at i'ern, Itnl . tuttkM an I attdavil to the l!rt l that PotieMaM QcOtMl ' knnUtli. nis tri .uilv niiot wlnle on dwtf in Ielroit on the nieht of t K t..U r i. 1 ' '., vkA-i kiilrtl by a Ohta(0 OTOOl Jnmel ili-'ny. Ml aWM)g UtUM III Joliet positentiory. Littia claim- ht Elagonrty and IkilttMtf Wtn Ml at the time of the :n . 1- r aii t ,; t 'KoaMl MiOUM lO tTaek a Mfe in a JeAWsoa ave. are Vh-n ttiej" tun:! t 'in- mn lulloood by tlMoflotn, H i:: r . r tn into the tnille of tha itret. thouctf '!v(i tifoli nr. ant utheali v i;i tfie iLrnt: :i ot lleatihieu st. He was rar- r;n tfie borftlv'a kit. ami knew that rim Wouhl tweui eonvictktO. He carrieil i If rwToiw m h:- tand, anl alien he BBOiitcirdij rawt a aim KimtraH. hot thr oflMar to v..i 1 atMUUR, ilr MlwOMjWNItia nan I wta A'.t mm tt aod in rear the tiMii mti river. Htoajntty ;. MMa : r two MVaa UM HIV. : rWAffd W r thr-e TivtiC ' Try ii A lilrriii tn New YoMX, May - The trial of Henry W 1 t ion .. me of the a!l''el ho.nl!e ahler men. bMJMj t.xlav in the court of oyer ami terminer. John (irahani, counsel for the 'en' rhal'enced the entire panel of .- a, OV Um pptlj hat it was not legally Jravo. AMttRani Diatrici AttortMy Kioola, fr l li prosicution, ilemurreil to certain hti'.en.'e. and denied the prin ntal ailaCatkMi irregularity m the tlraw iii ..f UM tnels. Jul; Uarrrtt disallowed the chat tiikre. and counsel fr dtfBwdafri timk ao e tha Judfo't ruling, dia II i n itur portion t Um ctMllMMM th.it . iinif of the j irv was irregular, in that the district attorney was present, In- a Mftl Ml BMaMJii an I w.t ati actual psr UcipwAt tlierein, ontrary to law. Mr. ii ii ,ni thn demurred to tha indictment. Ii murrer wa nrrru ei fhen ean r ' ; h j!irT Only one juror wt ifitaineil when the coon !ik a rvooM. - .. t, oltir fh O'hrr Nut. W -iii n.t .s. Mav lo-fhe t'otnnt. M m CHil ftin Rafcifi mmjmbim their PMMjrl Bmjmj today in the matter of MMiVMM MMti U HcBMa. VV'ardr and Stealy , ; Mkted 'U wih ?he .Fetrersonvi'tle, In-ii-ana. Ieve appropriation Tha committee e th.tr U (-!r ili, re eive $1 froa certain persns interes'ed in the stic ooaa of Um Jeffareooailla levee appropriation petidina in tha F rv eighth t 'onreas HMMI the ptfafaRM of mrtuer.cinf t'inres,s in om iesrtin therewith .! thev mjhjm mend that he be dtsmiMed from the ervi 'e - H nis As f i the rase of Mr Stealy. that h lid not esa t, collect or . r.er fr the i :r,-- of in IMMMHMMj th Th- Hull MM wcin M Ma? '; fli fa irjred n the it'- 4,pr.i f ...ir . Ma r- - nr"t tW ! M i THE SECOND MM GUdstoue Spejdks Aairi m the Houm of Coajiuons (HE H3ME RULE MEUUiE tail. He Se.f Lc JertJ Mu' e H e cooipatible With imperial Unt A (Jceat Up(.ortuntt tor the Hout ot Common U I - I Ma i" Mr Uladstone u : ctierrel ai lie ar .re to in ve a M- j ii 1 re.!tn of the H iu K He v. t t. 1 n -i .1 r!.d to ttk the 11 .se to continue debate of tfie BiU from day today. I ;red kkt Ml ' Make a statement hi regard l his personal poaitiofl He ba i never at an v peri.nl cou lereJ home rule as iMMMMMjtMM with imperial unity. Vies Ok A'i The contradict ton came from viiud tueuitier- of Parliament w ho had riaitad Mid iiao. Mall log '(r, 'tes wkicta were lull of totallv untrue BMMfffMMM RmmtmmI o4m oTOfei Owlj Im 171 heei- press-l Hie great satisfaction wii'i whit hail heart tbe .tateiueiit.'s of the support. of t lie houie-rule movement, a-s tfioe s ati meiit con lent plated MOtMilM MOjdtag to KM severnne of the empire. t l.eer Hotn t.'.e Famellilet! Pvo HMMMOJfM had aia presentol ltiefnelve to his Diiod raftOldlog home rule First. It must be !hown to tie Ml rad by UM inaea of the Kpulation of Ireland. MCQOtdly, waa bH 1 1 Ml 1 OflipotibM milk i tie unity ot the empire ThaM ine-. IMMM bad leeii MMMJMjd by Mr I'arnell a ho ifeclared that what the DMMM - t llw Land - .utit was simpiv au autonouiv. Alternate oen-ne and relorui measures hal been ined in ttie government of Ireland and had e piaily failed. The medicine of coer cion bwd aaOMCMttlj btOB the medicine . con tinuattv applied in increasing mj aitli (litniiiiohing results. Mr OtadatOM raviOWOd the hi-tory ofUM pMM OO proving that only thorough DM M mres tiavmg toa afnot ol Mlitfjrlng I reload acre now feasible. In regard to the idea oi the state of Ireland being a MUM to the unity of the emture, tie reminded the 11 that the MUM argument was used MjOinal granlmg IndapeodoOlOS to ('aiiH'i.i The poailioa of I'anada and Ireland, th.nich tliey are not parallel, he a:l are analogous. t!i.e!a vva.x in i r i. ly the ume teiii r that is attributed to Ireland kodoy. Home rule was not given to Canada beCOOM MM w H loyal and friendly. Bm OM iioa- loyal and friendly beCOOM Oba MM home FttlO. 1 sat.' said Mr. fllodofOklO. ' in Parliament w hen the Ml 'de of l anada Ml dOSOUOCOd a- rebels, isome of Uiem were PluCoaUHIM, but the majority were Catholics of French ex'raction. Was the cry against them roiaedbacooMi ibarjr woni Ortholin rtl Prandi txlraeUon? N. sir; Um paopM In UpMi Canada did precisely the same Hung that the French Canadians did. They rabelied. The Canadian reU'ls were miii prOMOd, bul at the moment of military vic tory t he political dHBcoltJ bcgon, and the victors were the vanquished. If we wen the military v IctOfll I M ( btfiodj ms were t ho victor-. ;u the Iield ol reason. " Heie Mr . lodatOM r ferred to the signilicant expres -ioiiN of opinions which MM QOMg MrMI tin? Atlantii approving the vital principles. ! the nil I cheers, and a-die I lb M MnUOOlU who a pi -eared to think that UMM tuatiifestat ions of opinions from America were worthless whethet they wouh I have coOsiilered them worthless had the- manifestations condemned the lull. History bod shown us that in foreign atfairs U! Irish do not stand in the same roiotioo M the people f England ami Scotland. '"Hear. "Hear," and CTM1 of '.".." ' No. j Is it a wonder that in a country WDOMl hopes have bl M QQOPMd to dMODpOtnUMO I tM mind of the MODMI should be contine I to Um position ot their own country ' In MOMOtiol principle to the Irish jK'ople has become the utrollers of their own atlairs He trusted tha1 should ir'i: Britain become in vol veil in a great w?,r. who Ireland would also become expoaod to the common danger, the Irish MMOfllbly wouhl resjiond by ot!ti' money to proOQCOtO the war, laughter from UMoppooiu boncbaa . although u was an obtding principle that the lrih memlers SOOOlId not sit in the Imperial Parliament, the gov eminent was willing that when it sho.ild he proposed to alter the taxation of Ireland relating to tho customs and OXCioO, the Irish ncmbori wou!l be anobaod to apjiear in the Vreot minster Parliament and take part in tin debate. 1 tie govern tuetit. he said, was also willing to ton-cut to the formation of a joint OOMMMNOti OOftV ommJ of OMOibon ol Um Britioh ond lr-h Parliament to m-t troin 'ime to time tO consider certain qoeotiona o4 momtmJ ond common interest. No MJCb great qOMtiotl M UmOMOMoIM to t he c rown ought to fall oodcr I Um diMjOMjion -f tba oecoadary authority, however, but there were tnanv qUMT qOtoUoM sin h a-s t:e.irie- of eOtO HMrMJ that might roouifO direct (nintuuiti catiiin with txtih parliaments and he WM d therefore propose on I lehalf of the gorern ment that a MM plan of tliio kind be odopted . In cm l isi .n Mf. OladalOM sai l The menifiers of the UottM of tbo GbOkRIOOS have before them a great QpOOftOOttj to close a strife of 7w year, atnl of kn'tnng fv ODfdb firmer and higher in character than bofwtMjbfO, the heart and offectioo of t tie r:h people, and of cementing Um fabric f the British nation." Il.oiid and long en tinned i herinf. Mr tfladsione was folowel by Lord Har gtOO, wh" aid In corn lading that as the disentents rer not now prei.ared to v how fr- MMMJOCOflld 01 r' vi.n he wou'd mov a t he bill be read st MtoatM fience. Ti-.e d'.ate was ad; aifMd till Thurlay. M .h 41 n .Irish Finrl D MS, May !' .. : Lorgoo, near Armagh. tiMjay. eight tnoOMMtd flrMJoMjMJjMjl attende.1 the funeral of a brother Tha police pr.-hb?.el their weannfr hodgoa, OB the MjMMMj t,Kat their route to the cemetery lar through a '.i calv populated Catholii N.vt o rtt" a .- h vt in HOUNDS Ut Hu ki .lU i liWit Ivfciol m tfe o Ik. ts.l.i.r iliUl IU r gOO O MMBM Jack liurkr beriy rule, HO per cent battto bMMa 1 r -) an i i mMmN lUe re-4 tPal In go to Mm. Bradburu. the attxk yards wvast hooeit ivttr.e B lb men sir t.-'iu and looked in goo-l shajr I UM termed a bit over Were ea-sy up to the MveOtb p t'; ;-i pped in though Honors roaad - - at leti Mra MM MaM I the rig hlu n .md mt ap wuli houont vi rv evenly d videvl. MiUheii had forced the lighting bradburu aUllouin ed his to ;eli del a ile isioii un the tight a; lar as it ba i gone M:'. r.e.l .lnve Burke al! round the ring in the nu.th round beating down bis guard at wil . At the close. Burke was tak ami groggy when Uaaa was oallad, and staggered t.. nia , nair. 1 he referee w t still unable to .lr. i. le. In the tenth found Mitchell t ight Burke ail over the ring Burke making hardly any show of let. :.- M '. .amir I . . . . ,-.....', Bui if s nei k, w ho eeled. lail nis hands on MtlC ball I sh-nViicrs and Iril l the ground HaJf of tho oudMMO kit Um hail, think ing Mitchell had won the fight, but ihe releree declared it a draw, llempsey jumiasl umiii the stageafier the tight and cha lenge.l Mitchell to tight to a fiajka. MitcheU made Morofdj BefoN Um niairi event omaiy ai rt n f..ppe 1 lai r . No. an N e a V-.f in tour roiiics. ON THE DIAMOND. I ho MJeawHs v -1 e i .i mm Boil i. noes I kMaM Wins an l.a-v i. I o v UMM I' -si '..."ii- Vlit..VV V. -V '. vVV tWS. K v Ns v- Ci : . Ma In- A postpontsl game was played with the following result St louin 0 l c 1 it l 0- : K i i ' ItJ 1 1 I I 1 " I - 3 MM Hlta- 8t l'Uis ii: KooMaCit I Krn.rs t LaumS; UMMtltj . PttCMM Ilenlv t.rHe lor 8l L.lil. Weld Man, Briodj tor KaaaM Vtkf, I it. ire I r.T ' an t'lih atojav Bowtoo i Uh v ... May lO liitntijts 1 I i I J I'lncagj 2 0 - 0 0 0 0 7 liost..ii I 1 I B I 0-1 Bom hits chit-ago. s: luiston. ;. Kiror liicni;.. b ttoo, a PttObers Mel 'urmick. Kelly lor fklfOMl aid Had bum, Dalli tor BoMon. Dmorf, Hay l" Inninirs I 2 I 4 I lietroit 0 0 :; n 1 New V..rk . it l ft ii 0 Bom Wtt l trait, it: Me a York, j. Knur Detroit , .. New York, 2. Pitchers -Keefe and Baldwin. Umpire GaAoey. l o- Ba H im." . - i ri 1 1, poii i i ns P. U.TI MoltK. Mav lo loolwga Baliimore MetropelltaM Mate tuts BaltfMo Errors Baltlasorea Pitchers KUlatwy, Bo la rta I mpue farlin. ! H I I 0 o I t I t M 0 I ii o l o l n o o i a - M' ;r ipolitana . i Mlaaropuutaiia, i. Full- . r an.! ( luahman, I itlsl.iitc-Clii. ii m f I Pirrvauao, May MX noaaarab I I I I ! ClMlnoati i I t 1 0 0 I o o 4 Bom hits - fttMbuigh, ": Clocionail, Ktroea PMtaborg I; ( Ircli aati,A Plteaers -Mrarta Carroll I aii'ir. niitoii. Tha Brooklyn mim betareen the honM nine ond the A h le i .. waa poaipi med on oq count of rain. No games at Louisville o Philadelphia. INNES RIFLES ARE LOYAL. Ml Kriinrh nf I n I n lint 1 1 1 it a 1 1 n PrtfM falae Alter ThoeoMjk loseal tgrpttao - h h oi.-iuct should not bo toteratod, ami if I t.nd there is any truth m it I shall Oak Gov, AlirertoMit his head od double quick," wa-i the remark of Ifoyof I'.keman yesterd.' v to a reporter for ti e TaXOaOAM' Bcaat, at ho related Um 'ad thai if had OOfttC to his eatx that Cap'. J. P. BabOU k, of Co, K, Inrn- Riflleo, bad pohli j Mated th.it in cast ..t MS labor troubles be WOO Id Mjfaoe to i alt out t he ( . in p.i' v fo! wuiir It wm o ease requiring inrrstigation Mto its truth or fal tv atnl tin ru . ir- ties who ware Mjpiioaad lo Uf in mmmI of facta relaiing thereto were i n'.T .- f " ! . I and their information having 0OTM rets mi I handed, they were in dottiM M t0 Iti m .ra v. Capt. ( H. R -e. ..f c. i.t mU r gnarda, stated that he bad en versed with Ottai, I 1 . ... k some ten .lays ago. an 1 the i man had stated that he would call out his oatpanf if it waa found neotasary "I did hae n talk with ; rT - Bab ck o week at remark) I A ot bringing out Monday nif that ii wo'itd b the f.sorish ex .;Ui-r ! tut'. fe If w an. Tse I aa adwoa al l's' TK- nl. N st M IHE DEAD Eulogiuiiia Pronounced in Cir cuit mid Superior Courts. TBIBUTE TO THE UlE JUBU Iflf. K iril ot Hon M.C Ku'C H n H M Ml)f tgwt-rf , loi I ' a i ru. L. D. Norn, Juvigts H-r U anil Holme and L P Lddy In the Circuit Court yestr U I eiiooii. a", i H. t .1 sj. s 11 of the motion a en Ui 11 -ii I D 'r.s MMMMJ that the memorial reso . : .rvs adtpte1 by the Bar asvsuiioti ,,n ihi .nvatMii I Ihe death ol .l.ete V it .ey ' s, na 1 ..,u ihe rtsotds of the court lu presenting the reeiutiou Sli Norris ouumeuled upou the three told character of Judge W ,u,ev - career a vei, jurist and hnstian gentleman, and :na i.- remark similar to those pruned in the s.n.day Tti BAB I a IlKasi i'. Hon M C Bur. h thru aiae and deliv ered the following tribute to the deer a sr. j j.uist Mav K pMOM y.'Ui BOMM An eminent titicn kM MMad awag ahar basoM Uri MRwd kb em I leoea b) a luag aad Labutioua 1M ati-i i; is proMr mat t.i t t-.w ;: . - l .lt luiu )vt ati.l a j it and upright ,i bM Mvban m.d lorevrr ul C !!! .11 . k ..u ir.lj.-e. Ul n .. e i i..i. issioii li i we.l that tho tr Ml r niit nubile Oebli of latwir sbould r-iam upon ireorda laod- asaraa ot tkeii esteem air biai v nut aul sprakm lor invsrif I bring tich Itr h I have ll vva 1 'ill tlr the .f. . :. gr have ki Ii tew kl itu ii dttriug upwards of live year bis most ,,M fU ,1(i ueeeasful yean wre atparaled fixan bMMlf hy a lor ami (urduou wall 1 liava tbal dai itig my own MWOMMMMl lift it hn. it. v. r '-eu my La to watcti Hon- MlCOtl Vnlj or 0 Ml MOCi IhOfOUgbl any man roriM f ll d wnn the peofe 1..U liiali ibe .l.stiugul-lii I -le. . 1 i . un. I.. Ihi? p ace voting in years umi ni. x r.eitce.1 in attMirs t.t me federal goss rwaaeot, in.- lateraau af win. b I vva- lei. ' Md Ml uartl PMMOM b variety ol auoreea a as eerf bruoghl to kaar oom Bie, and m 1 now toot baefe oaou the .oatUoa I vv u.- thus . ai ed in. 11 Meuis to OM M tfMM m . lai I r v Menee Md me for eouiixt. iiinltairs Other IhaO thoM to be ju li -iaiiy tleien.ini, d bj lum. to Judge Witbey ladireoUl Uota aoaa ot thsl USIIMOl en;:ie about my pMOMMI MMrtoUnn lor iiinn yeai witfi your boooi until the time when you WM Called Uju lo pfi :.!e ov. r litis OMIi. From his daily life mi lairiy ob-ervab e .luring UMM Viars 1 believe 1 ea.ue lo know IM I be wit- hii.i to understand oJm a ba hn Mmo riDi i-our closer relations ceased Some year ajeo I reml one ol iheworks ol a faffiOUM auttMHrew ih. present echiurv Mi- Mu . BoblO SM " ll uiaile a OOap iiiif.r. Odnd, It was a sk t h of the work as otchmao of ooble faMil bMWbi b.-r nur.Kii). waa bosrad .i vn to i.itvs,. i innrtmt) a- Judge Withe. "A m v some MMSB ll a.i- lit owed th.- shin i a aobw life, but it MtMad to n.. over dlOWO 10 its uarratinu ul wiI- spreail and lar teaching OMAiloeM tor good, at one 09 liitinn. Hut a I MM 10 KOnO Judy e Wuhev in bia even -lay life, I btgau Ml be Mopreaaad with in. UMUariti oi :h man to the character ond changed my mum as to the fidelity I lie Until ol Miss M'l.ock hi work. Men. women, even children, elerav men. ciuireh . .. m ami inetulK-rs l.er I e . eo i hoir ".I rs. bankers, business men. lawyers and i'. it loans, a:l ciawn, kinds and modi tionS al DMO MOMOd M OMM to biM for H'lv . .. mid a-si-lnu'-e. slid 1! Worthy did Il l M-elll to tome in vain. Be WM din 1 imiiiating: be did not do anytbiog i'iih:y or unadetaediv, but once -oiiv UM -ed'thal M ni rik'bt it MM Bed a ll : iere waa uo end to hot pattaoea ond Ml pfulueat Iktt he I Meat knew a man more huthni! in everv detail of that hictl be i.nd. Pink He w the embodiment, the very ietSMMMOthM Of tfMMMghneM ana to this Madded ool OuOMMM, but raru gusd setts,- and a prOoUeal JudgMCOl In a ;u a very intense MM -OMOf UMtisiMU will DOWOC and lon e, yet lis hail so far attained seit tua.stery tl.-at be was hahitually eonatdcraM. careful, polluaopbtoal, and often ran om aervattTS a- mm kaOMM MMMMd at power you can i-giu to muImMm I niorf readili wbether they are small or great (it vi a sroa:. sou led it. an power and bp at ooca BchM to exhibit and a; p y a t . MMebod) MOOfOOCC and injury tuve a gr at nisn OOWet and M WlU BlOdf WOS MSdMsMM Ol OOMMllPg tbapMMMtooof it. and mm U Ml Mringii and when oMolotel oceeMary. Judge w iihej had a bugo ai aasnia tf pawar entraated to bun bat it WM bis w.iut to exhihlt his gr a'.ue in a v ry t jr.-i ii use ol that ivm r, and yei he mt M parfboU fear!-ss that In n. ver l.uated to as MOMOad tarry heavy weights ot respooetbilttj i land aeeaMoa roquned H' wm rhar not Sa aeCUU MOMI OtMlS, Oof nearly every business hour of every business day ol hl- life toutid hun at his j,st biiMhes., and if he bad DOt geolua IM had that remarkable mi. reooa wbieM is probabrj tha bM known rabati tllte for It. s,, he Wilt. ellat.Usl to a plish gr.at w-ns. s, Mj kirink' M M intense ani.lit m'.i.hi the time which men j.h W all) tt'.re tortui might beet OMMJ rl lo leave the MB his iatMr in many (e . ,v not H . perOret Mi t tM world p had r am! ti a- - who kinvr all be lial hr -.'.a- oh bwd w ... . mpi lyeu i preM of ba toOlvldai widely divers . i St peri ' mm Be w t-il to tw .it pyortMl Um im MOO v hI m in I had s pli ot t,e nf IM HONOR.HG S..o i t..l -.i ' At U.t teg i a! MS? i'.mi I r lay af.-- rn u .lav b biKslbeas ha : t.i t u Judae H " tors atiiM', lead 11 Si tilt- other Hot, t.i r ol Ihe hal w.i- 11 v h-Ksrii M v mo. '. ! w ,ic ! w i. so man UMaighbi ot that gtat and good man thai am illy pit patro M p(iek My Hshad M ba k I-, a lav eat . v ill thr hlstirj city. I bo mm oUet iUttu ot Usom liiaM I nie rat bet for a mourner than tot speaking euiogv over the .lead I hardly know ho In troat myself Ui ekprvi mv ft . It pacre-1 histo iaii uilorms us mat Lbs a great wind from t lie a rl - - and aiuoi tho to ir Mraaai : tiir boeua a:..i If it upon the young men and th. y air .Ua and I Onif ep d oioUO to tell tht 1 on I s 1 1 .i v t est a; -l alohr to leil Ibestor; V hen. ir my u i irea - out l- ts, bioiher as a young man, ere. t in barn broad sh. aildered at II p ms! head ... With blai k gi o-v .. i ' . i s, , r t,,.. ati aitti one Bylroater '.ranger and i together h'.rivri each to gain and ea a-ssi,t the other in gaining legal knos when 1 recall the pleasure we M)J rye Ibg t l.e-e tin. t s in ol i ii ott asiotial trials tn-tore asiicr ot t ! ai d the many amtiMiig and tIClUM OMM connected UMfeorith w:.:. I the lact of o.ir havi'ng logtthel . MO motning of the ITih tiav ! M..N 1-1. taken thr solemn professional oath when 1 recad ihe .acasiou ..! .t:r a-- - , 00 that gloomy morning 10 Ja y 1 1. I, to consign oar Mutual (Hand Granger to his resung plane, when I itt ur to in many anxious, earnesi and pnn table m evil ngs ami o inaultathMM we bold iM UlMM MOij a well as later years on legal and other sub ). ts and when the stern reality now coin lr s me to lea 7c that he bo has pas-t the pirit world, and that I pfiall set- t.iui n- m I '. I lerl, a- G d v knows how keenly 1 ft el, thai I only ha . . s, a ; alum-to t.i. tins But, Mr, tbMM are mo ings, M-rsonal lo Mteett, and pertiOM propar on an ic -asi m liKe ttda. It kf af the man generally . bit and Us lhfluen e QOJ UChOlQ, bti publb ap wt-ii as privoAe, bis peonaMtonel m at official charat let, that we n th -occasion an lnon.-i'ift. And. your ii were I to sum pj m bm f ihe piiroMaOn ptlbl-e. Ih" prott -S...UHI at l al tba rac ier Of our laOMBU 1 D 1 1 1 JadM hitnei . 1 should do so by eeying A souud ond i dMtrioua lawyer a pr dound I al idgi an h. tiest man and a christian omtlewiOW. V'ttir H :i r. ..ur OwOOaood lnt i d has toft 00 influence that '!' le f. i: for if Mid long after his name will have been f .roiten III flis ilte lie I e. i nialll lues o tf ,S', alid alwavs diacliarced t ' duties i riatti mg thereto in a romal faithful and intel ligent mant el f, mtluem. ..- iht .aw of our BtaM Bill be lastn g and for I refer to the law of ev uh i also the pre-enl liquor law . When be assume I tin ..thee of dbytriot jedga of the bTootora Distrtd of Michigan the difficulty in or gonialng a a w curt, the haBraaoi of tuns diction, the i -nfonvnietil of revenue lass and the bankrupt laws following i mi the hit I, etc.. the uinnpr ol dip .sing a thte qtMBttoOl which arose waa wonderful His pace, sir. mav I oad Ins chair now vacant may bo OOOOjjpWd by others, by nu n f grjt learning in Un law, ot high mental ...ture. of ,t ary attaiumenis and raoral WOTtb yet the plaotol Judge Wi'her, oil things conoid ored, aiU newer be filled, tot, there re, Um drajnTV of mourning thai no mark tin vacant hair ever remain as an acknowl edgrnoal of tin fart and as a bHbBI witOOM tO his MOnjP virtues. " When ledge H 4omj ld oowMaotod hM touching ami tender eo iqrj Ool I i ai I mb ting the oart, 'aid '1 rist . vmr boii.-r ; .1 tha ire. tnsi it Joooe If iw mis sitoooah sdanur WOULD KILL GILBERT f! iiiiv'iiy Adduoed ib the 'lrittJ Yrjditerday lit H I Hi COURT. ib it pteni Hiot in Grand Napioo) . ved Damaging Test.ooy iii vuhti t.i ti ne P- us MUM! ' - a arts and H. , .,.ird v estri ,1 v i . ., j- wen .. ik to gal Um .. . .i.iii iul ol the .!; It ai'.. be rem M sUsl oil ,"st.i . ... r in i ... kali N I'A w a : . ts .. M ars a 1 .bt MI'HliMl tbl all we i i.t BOB w uneaa for the a- i ' la ' . lit was worn I s i - ltd an. st vriy li 1 do,, I Ktrr- - v Wh It at was n d a i. ear ROi BERS AT WORK v , ,r i i m - - a . - i ,,.. to. Mjmmm Bm oeaaj w na