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p'tts : it .ii I.-a. vt-- ' - --.- T! rr I A H i 1 vV 1 JU won , VOLUME III. NUMBER 240 GRAND RAPIDS, MICK, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1888. JIVE Ci.NTi UM J) A D liilj GENIAL HOIST HA A I5 ! J TV Hr.r,:. P. JJiLiO- . .o . s. L l I t Lw A Co. .f:t fr.tsr fi.er fc;. Li in t - c T j. 5. i M i n . ce -- T j pi" i Jerr, c C'.r.r ; ft r - d Ihe 1 :.. .... . tht- .i t. ..in : I:. I r, ,r i e 1 :. i he r ,i & . M L. -in a:id THE MAdLfcY-SHEHiS CASE A.Jj-..iru..l f..r Urrk Vab'iey . M S. piers I iers C i a re ::;ird th.-) i Wayr.e CI." '. i'w Court rooh was ; .en.. ::i regard to Lt-r daughter. Mm. Gran.; it.t worth of iT'tftt L.!e ;.e was in Ne York. .rr ihir,e that T, a';sTra-:ted ;'r rti her h-uiie The attorney Kl q ..rr 1. o y.u ta ni Your daiigh crtv from ihe A!: -r I n.arr I Mr. Soiers and Lard fee. s; r ar "Did t:.-y t-t th, keys by false pre- -v.-.. v.r. th-y a: !."' 'I th.m yivU sa.tl '-'-it you luvt-.l jour i .i. tl.. " I i.?vrr n.l a.'ivlfji.'V cf the LinJ. I t fily iJ.-y j.,t if- by t"j i'--l-L..e- A.-.vi t:.r!i carr.fd llnui." "iln. w;. ;. ri. m i !ttt-r to yu .:!t nnieii.' yuu U-il !,!' V HI UitA.M f.y tliat ' Mr j..e:s sUrtVl t. y '-e fouh!. hi.t r.iij)-el .-t; ::! r..l the -jursr.'jti ws r ..-l Mr V..'ier "I. 1 y i hi.e r reace to r. Ka .Mar!-f w;i rvv.i'i-l ar. I he .1 f ha; ..e i n - i - ht-r ''.' "iVa r u.rr..i J y o-.i r;t'! tha li.r i :.tr - t.A.e Th, v- ...-.! ft . t a f r I hi-'.; . .; n - 11 -r. I. t;;.t j. nr- ; ri h; ;: X, Ali i t : ii' .!- ir:- f J th twm .rr .'J, -A r f t. r...:.!v Mr s b...tr.J.:- r a I .f An 'ii I'- 1 ir x ! t. tri 1 i.ft Mr . tit - r. i r t t r i T7f Si'l F T ('(ll'letf-. I" i -r. i ---. THAT STA 'i N 1 Y . ) 1 i : :l ,r-. .hly Ljj t.evr Lj i tue : d'iy f art of u. ;-..,a .,f Mr. lull c ' i.' i ! era. ' j .t: f r . .. 1 r '. .' . t:-t Any i-r..ii !. t..- 've i v t.a:h:: Uiuli the A CIGiil Tho Charter Oak Life Insur ance President a Defaulter. HE EIS AWAY i'i'IIH HALF A MILLION Ti.b Charter Oik Absolutily Huined A Number ot other Companies Heavily fc queezed Paper Turnirg up Evjryhere In Canada. Hvhti ..!, C"U!i S-pt. h'J. (ioorp'e M. Kar'.a'.! .-iH-vv. of this city, 1'rrsiJetit of the C!.i"ti-r Life I:isara::L-e Company, : a rhi ;U-r 1:1 the sulu of il-'T, .. Of this ;i;a ;'.'..!.' tabctual cah and $'l,,'A in .n r. i::te the rtoraiiiatiuii of the Ciarur Cat in lT", Mr. l;irthu!oiuew hal M'le thar-e of the a Hairs ,,l tie Company, Iievtr beiug oi;!i'td t make ai y rej-jrt to the directors. Uu .tturd.iv Li." mt'rujfi the directors that oii: to the -mUr2Ieiiieiit of Ihouiaa i'.ii:irtt in the Harttvrd ilk Company, an 1 other toiieri.s in which Le was interet he wa. uiiatie to meet his obligations te the Charu r Oa. He i.'aced the amount at J I"."i,m. The directors asked for bis r -s-.nation and it was iven. :i Monday the directors d. covered t wo no'es amounting to ji'J"J,(.KjO w hi. h he hid i;counttd and the prcceeds of which he had u-ed. Mr. Uarthoiomew If ft that alu-riiooa for New York and has not hf n heard troin hince, though it is said that his lamiiy tiave learned that he is in Canada. .Application for a rtctiver ol the Charter Oak" Cjmpauy was made th.s morning and Jude I'ar-dt-e, late this afternoon, ap pointed Messrs. linxks and ttedman as stt;i.r aii.l junior reserves respectively. i hea.'ctsof the company, it is thought, wi i. with j roper management, realize i l,o " , ii.e projerty is located in ritvrii statu and varies greatly in value. It was known that iiartholomew was af fectrd by i'iunkftt a T ptrrations. but it wa believtti that he would pull through and have a lare surplus. The announcement of his downfall creates a freat ht-nsation. He is connected wita many lae intuitions and is en-d..r-fro:ia &it deal of paper. He has od here about lifty years. Yesterday he r.-u" "d the prt-!idency of the Hoiyoke a: r i'ower. lie is connected with th r.jri.U Coiiatsuctiou Cnni-any, and is a la-s? tT.Jorer for the II art ford Silk Com pany and the I'nion Manufacturing Coin pany, and a- taf at tan be learned i)'MJof Hartford silk paper, JiJ,''.J of I'nion company paper, 'i-VJ of Schuyler Llec tr:; l.iht C..ipauy, a considerable amount of ' harter Oak, and s-jme Hoiyoke Water l'owt r Company iMper have come to liht. A direvvr of the Charter Oak Company t&id t ..is cvt-ni:; t::at the tirst intimation he had tf ii.e tf.-rr-ie state of ti e Company's tinan-it-i, wa-t at Saturday's meeting. .Mr. iKir t.,oio;.:ew sa.d that he had stitricient capital t. tffucd ail ttiat .he owed. He gave no . t hi;;.i;io:i ai to wiat he had tloiie with li.t- n,M!i.y. He claimed to have been pr-.iui- l "ai l lrom Cyrus NV. Field and ..(:.t New York capitalists. He went to New York ostensibly to see them and has heen hra.-d of oince. Another director -a; 1 th company is conipU-tel wrecked. T he-e i no mora-y to its credit and several draf's have aireaJy U-en protested. Mr. liariholorue is a prominent Kpisco pal;:i. His outstanding pti onal piper is itKatoil a: Jl.'AvhtMj. He is now in Montreal. C&SE BALL YES fE-tDAY. Tii- tariHin Wliltrvh the Cowb ij i for thtt vcori'l rime Other Uitmtl ChUc Detrwlt. I ' kt t r, Sept. 21 Ir.nir.', 1 3 4 5 0 7 S ft Ivtr- ;:, - o o o 1 3 I hi. a; , o 4 o 0 '1 0 !; L it I-troit, T; Chicago. 1"). l.rr..'s - I, t.'oir. I; Chicago. 3. lU'.tries Twt-hell an 1 Oanzell for I)e tr-.i; Hvnn and Hardie f -r Chicago. I'll; if- 1'owers. hi ii t.i.,H-l on ai count oi rain. Ihi 1..1 l fl. -V!iiiRttl. r.'t:;. f'-i ; h : , Set't. --. I r..'- 1 - :i I .i 0 7 : : ;.'iia. ' 0 0 3 2 0 ft 0- 7 O It o viphia. 1. 0 o 0 0 Wahintoti, i.a-; ; Wa-'hintop., 4. i I M.iu;r for ;.!.t::i lor Wash- 1 -Fa'.lnr. l' J -J X r, c -. I, 1 I o .M C; H. t O II ' i o Kan. City, r,. L id Ma :-p. v. Vorlr. o o 1 1 Y..-k L to. N" Y d lU'.r. d Fin'.f. A, -A'h " - ....r J ( 11. ,,-rs ;.! a '- v-- ha i i IIC ROBBERY HIS DF THE TIMES Discussed by the Adventist Brethren Yesterday. THE ATTENDANCE 1KCREASIX5 DAILY. An Able Diicours On "The United State In Prophecy," by Elder Underwood Scandina vian Services. The decided intprovemeat in the weather yesterday had its tltect u;ou the Adventist campers, ana me early nieeiiiis oi me morning reached a decree of tnthuaiasiu not Leretofore observed. And btill there were no noisy demonstrations, no loud ex clamations of ecstacy. The most scrupulous care is exercised to prevent the slightest ap- j-earance of fanaticism. There is simply an earnest, fervent, and determined spirit prevalent atuoUi: the jeople. They have not gathered in the capacity of a '"church picnic" far from it. They mean business. Seaudtuat lau Nertiee. Klder J. Y. Hanson, of Chicago, beiii;? on the grounds, has been holding services in the Scandinavian language with the believers of that nationality. They occupy a commodious tent in the northeastern part ot the camp, l'reaching services will be held daily in that lanuae, at S o'clock a. m., and 7 p. m. On Sunday the preaching services iu the Scandinavian language will be at 10. ;k a. m., 2:1J and 7 p. m. Adiiitioual liiijroveiiiMjti. A jostotMce has been established at the l.ok stand for the convenience of the tampers. The biok stand has heeti more fully slocked. The Sanitarium book stand has been tilted up with counters and is stK'ked with a large and very attractive supply of health anu temperance publica tions. This institution is what may be called a "drawing card," as it takes the eye of all and atl'ords a very rare opportunity to procure works of great value. Another large dining tent has been erected near the southwestern part of the camp, so that the accommodations iu this direction are now ample to meet all demands. The tables are abundantly supplied with a tine variety of the best and most healthful food. A re porter's tent has been pitched in close prox imity to the shakers' stand f the large pa- : vilioii and nicely titled up for the con venience of press representatives, all of whom are more than welcome. Another valuable feature that adds much to the in terest of the meetings is a tine new organ ttiat has been placed in the pavilion. Just above the speaker's stand a large semi-circular motto has been placed '"Search the Scriptures." Everywhere are seen evidences of the use of rakes and brooms in cleaning up the grounds. The Forenoon Sermon. At 10:3) Elder I). II. Lamson, of Hills dale, occupied the desk and delivered a ser mon on the ' Siirns of the Times," and their signification. His text was Ezek. 12:22, 23. "Son of Man what is that proverb thatje have in the land of Israel, saying, Tdie days are prolonged and every vision faileth? Tell them, therefore, Thus with the Lord Uod; I will make this proverb to cease, and they shall no more use us a niovero in Israel; but say unto them, The days are at hand, and the effort of every vision." The 9jeaker said that this prophecy ap plies in the last days. There will come a time when people cannot say that all signs of the times have failed. In the 21st chapter of Luke a number of signs of the end of the world are given. Some of rthee have been fulfilled. The mn and moon have been darkened as these predicted, the stars have fallen and now we see jvery where 'Men's hearts failing them wit fear, and for looking after those things vhich are coming on the earth." We seP every where distress and uneasiness of notions, and great perplexity. These things all mean something to the student of proph ecy. Thee bigns are given to be studied, that we may know where we are in this world's history. Christians who neglect to study these Signs and d not live so as to demonstrate to the world that they believe them, are deserving of censure and rebuke. We are now so near the end that we can, like Moses, look over into the promised land. Reference was then made to the many j signs now being seen the numerous de structive storms and tornauos, me many most remarkable phenomena seen in the physical world, the recent earthquake, etc., and the signification of these things was jiointed out. Onlv those who property waicn inese signs of the times that are given by (Jod as wav marks to the kingdom, and who regu late their lives accordingly, enduring unto the end, will be accounted worthy of eter nal life. We ran none of us become worthy of eternal life, but by sharing Christ's righteousness we may be accounted worthy. Not only are the signs as referred to mul tiplying, but a spirit of persecution is abroad in the world, against the people of (iod. And we may look for this to increase as time continues, for the word of (jo I savs so. The sermon c!oel with a touching d scriptioti of the second coming tf Christ with glory and tower, trie mighty scenes that would then te witnessed, and the Con t! it ion necessary in order that one may wit. ness that event with joy and not with grief. w Arrival. There were oiite Urg additions to th ran; tiers during the dav, and to th fort of mirns'Ts thre wa addM r.i'ii. .-v Jlas- kll, recently rt;irrii from a year's mis- si .riarv wori in Australia, and I. M Canright, of U'sgo, this State. THE EVENING SESSION. A Ileoiiro on "T1 l'nttel htte In Inih y." hj Ktiler I'nderwoo'l. The n:ot i;n;nin! sermon o: t:ie iay w a dpiivered in th evnin by YA r R. A l nderwfx)-!, on ine 1 titei Mates in rrph'y." Th ;.ltpr took for his to t wrl feind in ItT. xiii.: li lt', nt., , pi. 1 1. i: "I hh"! 1 an ith.er t coming up ont th r!i an i h hid two horns a Ui-.! ir. l h m i-v :i. And !. er rih a 1 tiiP p--"iw r of th frt lt lf-.r him. n I rv.s?:i th earth ;. thm whii d th-r! n. t w -irship the hrf b v.: i i.'.i7 "r t-;n i healed Ari l !i d't.'i r-st r . . . and '!f--ir: t ; ni t h di on tr ri hr th r-ien ,;. h i rf t ha 1 Ar.1 . s M of t - J h-,- tr ! K r .-h'-s 1 tr :d v. - -"d h i: ' .rS-d ; .-: - X -f ! J j I ' ' . If -i rvr sr .- if n .' e A - 1 I to reap if i.arv- !, rapi--i Ltri ten i. ::u twhoMs ti-e it,- iv-U.S t!ld iio W a.'iot irr if. ..y v:;1.. :i. iu t uru.u i i ti.e f.:tri is Lfied. a- I h- up.ravai i oe-tarow : uti's. HiTsvesoOe s 1 1; t . h .'-;l l-ei.o.-s one l.ke the .V-a of Man up-.ii the viLu cijuJ with the ;i.rp fkklf iil h.'s halij to leap th harvest f t.'.e ralla. lii Statt. 1J . Chr.st det lares a, hirvfst to !h- "the ed of the w or id." ith a 1;I of pr phtty hef iff US whUh 'ii.uinales With the a hrlit of t;;e "King of Ki !'" t tather ihe saved of ad a. en, aud ) reward t e ry ittaii ccrdiiig as his w.-ik hi Lf. w proii.ise to take iti ihe s:iu tioti aud view l!r e disc riptioii ot the coti- tl Let in tf fort rs ii: x.ti the last ecei.e of lialtie between tr lit ii and error. Johh U-heid "another beast coining Up lit ot the earth," Willi the innocchcy and youth fulness 5Uit.iUtd ty a auit. IhB prophet is dealing Leie in symbols. Rcasts, when iiitr.Kbued in prophrey In the Uible, retret.!it kiadcus or earthly powers s- Iran, t li, 2l 2l. Heundcr- taad iKat lh two homed tast t.roufc'ht to view in Rev. l'J represents the t'hited States of America. It is t-ert.iieht to ask that since I!abloti. Media, IVrsia, Crtece, R une and the leii kingdoms . f Europe ail have a place in the prophetic field, w hy not our own be loved cotintrv.' If the two-horned beast h.es not represent the I'nited States we are out ot Cod s prophetic page ol history as a nation. In this and the preceding chapter we have Rome introdmed under the sym bol of the -reat red dragon. This repre sents I'agau Rome which siod leady to de vour t tie Son of t d as soon as he was Uirn. See Rev. 12:l-o; Matt. 2:15-l. Secondly, the leopard beast, which represents I'apal Rome, as all rrotestaiit CoiumeniaUrs ree. I'ajau Rom was to tcive its seat, Pwer and authority to l apal Koine. Rev. 13:2. Constantine, a l'au'au Emiieror, ful filled this in the removal of the seat of hi government, A. I. St, from the city of Rome to Constantinople and gave the city of Rome up to th I'aptl See. Thus I'apal Rome received its authority by the decree f Justinian in A. 1. o33, mating the Rishop of Rome the head of all the hurches and corrector of heretics. I his went into fone A. l. f3s, when ihe Ostro goths were subdue I by that power. Thus t tie 1'npal beast was prepared to exalt itself aliove Cod, w ear out the saints of the Most High and plac its clanking chains of per secution upon the worshipers of Cod for "forty and two months." Reginning A. I). when Justinian's lecree took ellect, ihe prophet declared that forty and two months, prophetic time, representing 12'io years, must roll on, wiiile the leopard beast shall dictate to the con science of men, till "he that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity. The captivity of 1 anal Rome was accomplished in 17ft, by the overthrow of papal su premacy. At this time, as brought to view in Rev. 13:11, John beholds another beast coming up. The speaker here noted a few of the many specifications ol this beast which apply to this country and no other. I. THE TIME OK ITS KIsE. John Weslev, in commenting on Rev. 13:11, in 1700, said: "The two-horred beast has not yet come, but it cannot be far off, for it must apiiear at the end of forty ami two months, or at the captivity of the first beast." Wesley's application of the leop ard beast was to the papacy. peaking of this nation, Lisbon Rerkley, in his beautiful poem, written over one hundred years since, said: "Westward the cause of empire takes its wav: the first four acts already pastd ' referring to the four universal kingdoms of the past, the fifth shall close the drama of the dav; Time's noblest offspring is the last." Jook at the ma.i of the world in 170?'. which is ihe tiiue John introduces the two horned beast, and there is just one spot the eye can ret upon where a power is coming up on unoccupied territory, which can fill the prophecy, lhat is the I mted Stales. The war of the Revolution was over, the constitniion signed and ratified by thJ thirteen States. We bed just launched our hip of State, and raised the flag of welcome to all nations of the Old World, inviting them to our shores. Thus was this nation born in defiance of tyrants, in opposition to wealth and mighty numbers. A nation was coming forth from vacancy with im perial light upon the brow; civil and reli gious liberty the strength of her glory. 2. THE MANNER OF ITS RISE. John saw the two-horned beast omin'j up out of the earth. I'nlike the nations of thi Oid World, who conquered and' subdued kingdoms, our nation must receive its strength from the very soil upon which it ii planted, which has heen and is true of this nation. Within a little more than the life and memory of one man, we see a nation born, and in its marvelous growth outstrip ping all its rivals; retching from ocean to ocean, subduing and utilizing its internal resources. This nation is, in these resieets unparalleled. Txiay our wealth, agricul ture, and manufacturing interests are the greatest of any in nation the world. In educa tion, science, and inventive iowers.weare sec ond to none. And ihe gospel has shone out with great power and glory iiHn thes shores. 3. ITS CHAKUTFK. 'Two horns like a lamb." While this denotes a youthful over, the government represented by this symbol must have two fading features standing out above all others, which are lamb-like in character. These are found in our own government onlv; viz, religious liberty and civil freedom. It was tJ secure the e heaven bouirht privileges that our fonfathers suiTered and died to plant a "church without a ti p and a state without a king." Thus we see incorporated into that iutnional d.M'ument, which ties guided the ship of Mate thus far, these two principles, s.-e the l)us'ituuon of the L tiited Mafe-i in its declaration relative to equal rights an t religious liberty. 4. THE VOVFR IS KTF.n IX THE FF. ri E I'niike the beasts b n.re it, nocroTns j r.n upon its head. It is a republican form of governm nt. W'v hear it "Saying tn them that dwell on the face of the earth tht they should mKe an image to the Nmm winch Lad a wound by a sw rl an did lire." Rev. 13 14. It aks th feopl t riiakeati "i .ii't l'' l'tt which h I wound by a ord and did bve." This wo:i:i ld In-ast was the R mi'h church h!lid with. o?ii iorer. It was a church hoid-ritr t he re;ns of c overnrnent. av. 1 en- f rf ia: her d g:iijs hv the c.v.l iw. Not ' thn tifiy rc.idionsof O ! loval p found it o t death to !-iu ir froai h defrersarsd dortrinrs. A 1: er.ei or imac to that twat rr.";t tie .m-thing d'ipLr.ved that will r-eniH'e the . d ras;, jrl a m"a--;re at l--1. J5 i SAVS o',e y'vj ccr. 't tTIAke 1 h an S 1-1 cA"-n to this govern niTt. f r th very c r s it its m fr wh: h y-.- !.te jot.-1 f : rv-ds the ion f.f .k;i f-.r e It is ; Unt t.l.A? a r-r ra n.u h- rr-a 1" in ti. C.'.sf.ati'-n thi r;'-i dnit of i- ' A nri-.n of f i-i-i Ahtd e s? AirAdr thee i r. s-rr; r :--o :;"'! pry r 1 t be :.n, V.-'r: t A-;ai.n. de-iin i.n t' ;'- r. h i n '.es t h r An ;:r..-e lh r At . I is r,s il Kf i : -n . , f r - f 4 'ff: " f ') .Y-, ii'-r r v . rt j . 'c-. . t: r. r t ir rt - Th ; 1 ;' "- ;:.e . c. : .e r ir.fi.' t of ihe ra".'i r. J '.U IS the ISt 'X -"- THE METHODIST MINISTERS. t Lrr 1 Urjr are Iu t La.ihI1 ttu(iti)(ll. Kal iH kt m. S pt. 22. Folio iag are the appoiutuienla of the M. E. Cvjaice nee 1-T the oouiiiig ear: al hi 1 .Si tov 1 - a A VMM t X. A.' -4 T l.rut.:l t'j;;.t I'n, k.- iiv s Hicktj. lu.. Vu'-ii A Oi. iia. t :.:: .f 1 I ,. Haiio..r ea.i M jnh iv h V l arssili. li -iucr f i .Mvety. J. k-sou 4 .!r M.'et t. i O Barneh r .ri Chun u, W aidaer. iiatru Charvh. i Clialioey. h tm --J K n v. les.ie-, V lutto.L 11) W 1' M..t,er. l.lU-hl'i-l.i-A N hiviied. MaJ-rii.r-K C ;)-. Mrsliii V M u l t'. Mi.t.eruhe-M K i'.-mhs Kiei oid 1 ariei. i-i; i; CiAJy . Pan-a l M C'..;.U. 1 ei.ruid-J WrUsur. .s-prUiSport J V urucv. Tekoiisba - L M K.U.r ts. W eiiiit-nl-J W fte.'.e. K C tt tidi. irofi.ir ia Alhinii coiieiie, mid l'r 1 olL, erliur ol tLe Jtf.'.- iilH t.i'im'i'Wi .l.lu:ilf. CuLD AtLK l'lcl Kli T l.V'll l.VutL, r. K. AlUu A. llulielier'er. AtUeUi 4' 4' Pattkitia. lin.iion V 11 t'rsiac liuiOliK toil in Ikj u(iplieiL I. i.rr 4ia -To i- t.u.piied. Hiilier l i be ftUpplie-l, J li Mlemiall. 4 itiuiTia lo tw supplied. lilfry. 4 toilideii K I' linrtelL Outer ilie J. t.'iiitiiue. 4 -i.lvaU r W A lluiikhercr. 4'oiou J Mariiif. Cuiiiaiiliue--i! t' Mricklall 1. 4il.eoil - lit (n? supplied, 4reeU. tiirard T N u l.oisou ltih.vtaie M iCmtl. Joiit i, ule W ia 1'eiiguiau. Kinderlioi k h I) louLig. Norili Adams L K Lt naox. tfcweo W f MutJelt. tiuiijcy-H L Kilori.'. liausoiu l'o lie mij. piled. lietdl Lg V W JoLie. sturfc'i -N 1. l'.ray. l iiiou City J t ' orwick. Wltlte Pigeon J kice. K. A. W LuuitHe, 1'residt Lt McKendrick Cohere. II. M. Joy, trausierred to NotihMcfeieru ludiaiia Co" lereiiCe. y. 1. MeCoy, tra:)t.ferred to South India. A. II liaiubie, irauferrel to souih India. A. kL. iiufms. traufere4i to Dakota. lilo KATlIiS hlsTKHT J. C I LOYP, V. E. VA$ Kapids F LThouiisou. 1 aimis.ie and lrabeha, ludian mission Sup ply, J O binder. t base, auil lUldwlu C II Theobald. Ciare C A Muith. 4 'oleinaii K A Wright. Crystal Vail. y-J N Perkhia. Lvari M XV fuiiitu Free Soil -4 J E Matthews. Fremont J Kola-rlv 4dadwUi s K Titiey. llarrixm K Treaugold. Hart N M Steele Hersey and Ashtou W If. Ilurch. He.speria To be supplied. Holton Ti) be huppiicil. Howard 4'ity K F NewelL Ludingti U G K liaiiiela. Ludier-11 It Hawley. M ati is tee J W Miller. MilbrnoW tiw Kiitean. Montague J ti C ozier. Morley W N YouhkIovb. Mount Pleasant L llaight. Paris To be huppliM. Pent water J C heat h. I'lerson II F Taft lU-ed City J K Stark. !alt Liver G 11 Locthart. Panfonl Ira A sicolt. hhclby J S Valentine. Sherman A F swan. Mauwood and Altoiia To be supplied. Summit aud Kivertoh. Indian Mibsiou To t supt'liiil by A A Darling. v nitetiau m itaiiaom. Stiermati City To be supplied. Vhiie Cloud To be supplied. KALAMAZOO DISTK1CT D. I". BARNES, T. E. Allecan E S MeChesuey. Augusta W A Bass. Brtiitield D W Fow. liltmiiipdale 4 S Paddock. t luuax S D McKee. t'resum J J Dotialdsun. 'ooper 4' II Fisher. Dayton To l supplied. Wm Earth. FeiinvUle D Wat kins. ;alcburr H S Kargelu KHUma..K First Church. A M Gould; Simpson Chun h, fc T Lumber Keudall J C Chare. Lncota 4) H Perrv. Martin-L V Calliius. Mendon E V ruistrung. Monterey K Shire. Ostitemo K H Day. 4 tscgt A T Fer'Usou. Parkville 4 ieoruc Ijaaldsth. I'lainwell E A laiiner. Prairieville D i Hruee. Richland W P French. Schoolcraft V J Mar bee. South Uaven-G HCulp. Time Rivers J W lUed. Yieksbiirg-H It Huut Waktshma E G Stevens. Nottaw a Indian Mission, supplied by George AgahKo. OKAM) TRAVERSK PIslRICT W B ST1M IK OMB, P E. I tear Lake A 4 Barclay. Rchaire-D A Gnn-u. llovue A L Thurston. 4"adil!ac A J Kldretl. Cad.lhrr Circuit D F Ellsworth. Charlevoix C S Fox. Cros VillaKe To te supplied. F.Ik Rapi1i 4) J tioldeii. F.hnira To tie supplied. Ku.pire To t supiiheiL Fife Luke S P Hewitt. Frankfort and lVnzotila 4i W Howe. llariiorspniurs and Inland To be Mipplied. Ka'.ka-ska-RN Middlctou. Lake l Uy J M Sniuh. Mortoii-J Tloduurs. la-ny To le mipplied. Manet lonaJ C Ambrose. Mautoll supply. Molina' Center w'm Paddock. Nonrijiort and Northjiort Indian Mission To l SUpp.lC't. .Nor i ti i Kennau. NorwiMhl-B 11 Whitman. tiviatt To It- supplied. Petiwkey o W sto rman. Pt tosWey Cin-uit-E WikL Pet key Indian Miniou J Robinson. She! man i Freeman hoiitli Arm and Ea.t Jordan S Robinson. Si:h FrHiikfort-KTl"da;i. s'lucer 4 "reek A W It.Lstitsa. Traverv? City II Stirvn. Travrs; 4 uy 4 m ult -Surj ly. W iiiiamsbiirg-K W Heath. 4,KM Rl 'IPs I ISIKKT J. I. HI RI.1-, T. T Ada- To t-e supplied. 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Ahua - A Y iUrt. li ivl. 1 i lie m.( i Oi d. ltobe J V J,,. 4 arou 4 :l) -t U h x. 4 ..-! I O lie Mli'j-.leJ.. lHt V J AW) !:i;l. 1 ilu.rt--.l ,...), , 1 iiihaU Joi.i, Hi.'i lre jurt J it lmatU. 4ire li i.ie 1a la t o. al h . tiCte.j l.ie :o -'iil - 1 u oe kuj..itd liiO l.nl llo;.. Ill' Wmlu-t hii,.. 1 M;t r lkttieM, W tu Jl. ld 1: si..;i. hi i i.j.j I.ed. hmt.1- J Davids l u.a. aud Mu.t-I 11 Jk..kea. fiance 1 t. 't.njinu 4ul. :;ii- F A ;.ui.i.ker. l'io-l N Julie M L.u.a- D c l.t ;s.h Saraiia- A R Kt oer Miel 1 1 tvU A i ijf Usl t Nnit r. ssauIou - J J Me liiw.-i. fiyr:iii aiid Krei.e A V Raruea. Wi-nlliUid-L M .ai.:. k. STARVATON0,PISfcASt. Latula Oeriiialua and lle Aii-trtl lur Abu-itiij; f litir Atltiili llaby. 0;i the lMh day tf Mauh one lmuis Gcr- niaitie, living i:ar the corner of Hall and Easi tts. adopted into Lis family an illegiti mate child whose luolher is Cracie Kin- naird, a well known woman of ihe town. At the time of the adoption ihe i.hM. which was about tea iiiohthji old, wa to all apifaraiict s la-tfeciiy l,ca:thv a:m bright. It was noticed by the in Ld. Lots sii after that the child UBan to grow ihin and ill and its continual iniug anno el those.tivihg near the Loute. tjmplaihts ere made .freely that the child d.d n.,l rec-ite proj-er care or nourishment, ano that it was abused. It was bald that at times the child was left alone iu the Lou for hours at a time w hile Mrs. tieruiaUie visitetl abtjut the town. To satiifv ttie neightiors Hr. Fowler was cslied in, but i,o liuprovement was noticed and the child rapidly grew worse. Tne vicinity was much disturbed over the matter, and ru mors were circulated continually about the abuse of the child, Us constant t nii.glor food and its eagerni-aa to 4ibiaiti Ihe same, tome even claimed thai they had seen it Pick iiiseo s from the floor and tat them. This stale of allair s continmd until ihn-e wt-t-kx ar:o, w hen at the repuest of Suierinu ncent Smith and l'nsecuting Attoruey Turner. Ctrmaine gave ihe chil i into the car of Mrs. Cirey, a nurse living on the "hill." After it stayed with thai lad a week w ith out improvement, tu-ruiaii.e took it again, getting jiermission from the Director of the I'oor. Dr. hlie cettlhed lhat the child w as not suffering from starvaiion, l;ut had a complaint ol the liver arising from mil gestion. Last Saturday nignt a iiumU r of the neighbors and the inctLerof the child came to the house to regain jxissessioii and Mrs. Germaine, fearing violence, fled at their approach and her husband gave ihe baby up. it was placed in the hands id Mrs. Raker, who lives next dior, and who will herealter have charge of it. Mrs. liaker was sen yesterday and she stated that she had been aniiojied ail Sum mer hy the cries ot the child; lhat she Lad heard Mrs. liermaine swear at it and Peal it. and that when she took it Loth of its eyes were black from injuries; it cried when placed cut a bed and preferred the floor to sleep on; its linger nails were half an im h long and tfie txlor from it was anything but pleasant. The child itself was seen- and presented a most pitliful sight. There was jositive!y no Leah on its w it hi red l.mbs, ita breast was abnormally swelled, its face was bruised, and several large bruises weie nothed on his body. It seemtsj to warn for food, and cried when any was pface.1 in sight. On the advice of several prominent physicians who think it Las lieen starved, she rives it but littie food at a time, hoping ly that means to nurse It back to health. Mrs. Ra ker and several friends swoie out a war rant for tiermaine and his wife yesterday afternoon, and they were arrested lasl night. Last evening a reporter called on Mr. 4t-r- Iiiaiiie at his house to hear Lis title of the story. He is a carpenter wink ing on the west side of the nvt r and Le has lived in this city seventeen years, nevi r having had any trouble before. He said, "We adopted the child troni Mrs. Jons in s bouse n Kent st., understanding that it was in pt rfect health. It commenced to get ill in a few days af er we t.vik it and I asked Dr. Fow lers advice; Le said that he thought the child was fullering from l-th ing and was not otherwise ill but to satisfy nie lie gave me some inein ine and a lvw-d me to lei-d it gram isoked in a kind d pud ding and to jiiic it ca: nip-tea and age. The child not improving, I p..k him to Dr. IUrtti about three week ago and Le said that Ihe hild w as su;! ri.g from spinal gout. 1 lie complaints of the migbtxirs tetiujing thn k 1 went lo Attor ney Turner and he and Mr. Smith adiisf-i m to take him to Mrs. Carey and leave him there. I did so and after a k 1 l.-k tiini back here acain. Dr. E le icave n e a certificate saying that the hil l not suf fering from starvation but had etilarem t; of Ihe livt r tausisl bv indigestion and i;u prop r lot!, or over feeding He rm -m mended a little milk and hot wa'er ud sugar, which we gave hin i.h'il Saturiiay nicbt, whtn his mother aket i e to return him to her, and I d.d i.'' It is allege. that the pari'- Lave l--.r guilty f the aame act bfre Lavir--g UtariL-r ihe hi'd ol a man brir? on the Wet Side. H however d -to , n ;'d He evil hf ore it was to late arid to k hi t hii 1 tr. TO f ICiHT THE QLViL. The Y. M. f . A. Ijli t rians fi.Tthe X ln4r ato.l Hoik and C-i)llte lttarm ''YYe ae getting readv f -r 1h YYjrfr." said Sea-y R' t?-. of the Y. M. C. A , yeatierday. "Th "" i is pre'T af i .Te round h'-re and ri t r-ondisit h,m by every n.eatm e can si,nJnr;d. 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