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Circulation Last Week 6,226. " r ' t t ' - ii t -r. HT1 ' '11 TIT - nrf 1 1) A AAfi . 6,226. j GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1886. HVE (Jr NTS III. NUMBER 'J.51. TV . T T i. W.TH TH r in n ' MO ii t it m c. C-.r C- ti.'!',, Fro log Vetf' A: i a; 1 .1 :g l I" I ! . .1 i.'i ' I'"' and ii a.. A . :?d ir'-::i IV.- e a:th Ii ih v ar -.; ar.'d from , and m ike or r J) --el fi; t-1 1 ! e r THE GAKFlElD MONUMiNf H.. m of the Sul) r;'r I ho ( mi- Il'lr1 II as- Oieer tt Ir. The .-r r ..- .-i ..f th" .:. -' , t::t-rt the a r d.sc ..--,! of 'i .-er ! , .':- ..r !,:. t..e f l..- I ho W .tt t e trr.-p ml "U' I' cket. I :. re l'- i;t- w ; r r. I Vf p A t hl- '..- k-t ;'. -t: I .A I U - I . k 4 a-dae- . ! t A vtf - f- r 1. aj... o la l t:!at ' 1 r .-' -r I. l,4i, i 1 ; U'. M.i , i Kci..i . !. .l iili lU.rli. in., t!'', Al-u-..-, C ;... ii i , U rl.-iutj". K.i . t Jii- v- tr "ii, i I -' i- Ir-. . Mi !,., H "', I M jrt.-i" i. ki iii . :., Mi. Ji . ;!.'"; ft i.l.i.ji;, .St-;- , il.. . $i i --: Ki: .t, . : leiai, fli"'", Au- U -NACHISTS. A-,, a .'V .l l;.r M.i u . V , : l'..r-t N. Mutt.iu f r w Ttil M.l 11 iiM( 4 I ;.uii t J try turn I iurr !!. r:. v rj-t. J-fLe Uytr fur the j j. at, :.; Uy U.rir i'.;riiial uiuiiu I ,r a v :-;.!. 11. .-:!' tLt U'iion, which rt-Kti t:.i:t.-.-'i i! :f.-:r:t gruutids lor a re .;, l..trr re i.i.r riv hccbtacy- :!'.! a.i-ini ? H-rr.o uuJiiriis ani "ii r.f ur; . t Jurjn.t-n iVjker a;.l ;it:i'.!. a:.i .- i.u.i iwrt.'i ttf l.M'overy ot iLt- s tor v r -n-jit) ti t K tlil t.y au la th.. attorneys thVy r t" ?.-tLer rh Uvti iti:xachin the t i an of Jut una t'o.t. The roo n " n.-.v'vl Uh'.-e Jiuljje tiary oil nn: tr lLe M'e ' Attorney djes r.o: (,:. 'er there ei..ei:ce fi;eii uf any lu: ;!-'..'. :i- u.'.'i !.ri t'Ot reir.nl it as tit tic It rfi",f,i.i-f. It loi: iiat vi & story t.at has res i !i .l:n the ar. Theie is n- i -i. r-'. : thit J:;.!fe liary will grant a r;f tr .tl aii'l ti e :n tiori la eijecteU to be ov vrr.iie.i. ON 1 HE DIAMOND. The lrtrn,l lliiilim 4tii l'i DL't - llalu Liin.tto i(4tu by th flilllies. W a -. 1 1 n. r : I - -i 4 ' 5 7 8 J t. 1..; J t 0 0 u I 5 Nat:-.nai.-. U ) 1 0 0 0 1 0 15 v.-e hifi I.u in, l; Nationals, 5. K-n.'r -S' I. ui'j, 5; Na'i.iiiali, IS. lvtnrr- I-U.'.ly atitl (iilmore. I'n.ji re IVarve. New "rk-Ku" Cit. Nka Y.-kk. Sft t. . ln::r.,n l 2 i 4 7 ( 9 New .rti. I l t u 0 0 0 0 03 KihsiM'i'y, l '. 0 0 0 I 0 U o 1 l!.io I.i'3-Ncw York. ; Kand3 City, 7. I'-.Tor -Y.fK Yi.i.'a, .'j; Kaiv.is City, nne. trri-- Kr-:e aal D'a'.ev; K;ng a:; i H.t Wf.t I'iii rt rowers. ri.il hi.t-('liirMo. it ti - h::-.-rh;:.t, ' .r - rhiM-ir.i : :er 1 ..:.v a: .1 K-.;r.'." !;-!. ia 11, Ciiicao 11. ti i i 7. Chicajo 7. n; l CieMeats; McCor- .al:e-l on a.rivint of tiarktie. f iwui; t.4ti:ea were ilayel in the An.e! At. lorui'i r m. lsnU 3, Louis l'i, A!:ernoin i S At r. v.ur-Ath' : r.i:n. I'ittsl ourg game A BG RJJLKOAD STRIKE. T!ie I!..'t All Tie. I up tt Clnelcnatl Tro.t)le Feared. C:v. :nnmi, pt. lis. The Cincinnati, II t-i:;;-..r. .t I iyion yard men went out w-.t'i t!.e o'hers, an 1 at a late hour this eve::;'ig. no n;:i have been secureti. It wa r ;:-. or- 1 that the big four luid ejected A :: r o.nii. b it this was denied, iiid tr e statement of the b'-st 4 I'hoiif . was ttiat the strike was a' :i i-t cet era!. The Ciiu innati. New Or-l--t: A fet.M I'a-i?:o rmipany ruai an :v- r ..f i'.f'n-n cent per day advance, which t f i',.-n were w i' iing to accept, but all be- in; K . .'h's of Labor, they concluded to ;h the r-t, rons":!int!y they are f'.e ri'ro ! o!T.i-ia!s hae asked - j ., tion, sn troub'e is looked o.-r'.w --.-- A Kl 'ti lir a ii Kow. , r ;'r. '-'. A statue of Arruand t:.-' Fr.i h ror.spirutor and rel re :i. was i.-! wmi'ed t!iy at Carcss- Tl.ff s.i an i:iitnne crowd of ;.-.e;l Ar.l nsoch tatnti't aid d;s v n; !. rv.-M by tt.e revo'u'ion--t:e rAht of ruo-lerahs's to ." I'-ir' Th iv.r;ii:)-.i-iits ar r d "!is r i - r, j -.tu the in!osnre S f r t "p.ikrs and row v wo'nen . 'd-i wr rramp'A-l under font. d '. :: ' i' rfreitp.l from the place. - '. "J" -Ft is fxred th.lt the a- t-v j. v.:iu a":'l r.er crew are r " v-! ! ft ?'. k ret in eleven djs i firj'K.'M d and l imr r -re lffi heird of. Th T-.M-h arrifd i i ort th:s f rt M-. "-?. ffer riptAin 1 i-'-Tii iT.'fri.,ti at Mn'ke ' 4. ,;' -x J do wn in the sTre s the !Ve a we ag !' 4 4 TJ,r W 1 Trfslr. . tV'th th a-dhoritie .I'l' -f.-V' f .'s I tr mem- n I r-er;'iV rir :-,t :i Vf i ;;. 4tr enier, : s n. ae h ?rri i r,-.n? 4 t n'ifrt-ir4r. I Fhe ( :cT Mill w: rs y to '.r t r s ! tei by Prs-:d : . - A ' iol. : 1 f Cst rs S - -x T S" sn-t f . ADRIFT III IHE LEE Anxiety Caused by a Mishap to the City of Milwaukee. i lreat use zm mm. TDm West A Child's S?rrg3 Death Other Live Michi gan New by Wirt. iitAMi llr.?f, ilii ti , Sept. J The lalte wis Very n uti !ast uiht. Th ,Tojfll-r Mrf:"uiiiie". fnjiti Chi -ai, reached here at 11 li this moriiiii and reports vhtin the stemer City of Milwaukee in mid ike at tioiliuli tHuig Jistre-'a sina!'. The Nrenvftuip.ee went to tier aj.i.!aiH'e Captain p.ualluian, T the City of Milwaukee, re ported that the steamers' ort pa. td-wheel wa ii:jiire.i in a heavy sea. At 3 o'tlo k the steaiUer Wai dri.'ttl feolit heart aholit two miles an hour. No danger Wdi ajiprehontied except from the heavy ea. Tti's at Milwaukee utid CLi'.-ao were telegraphed for. Thettu bachelor, of t tit- ptrt. left for t lie ii-tre?ed v-el at 12 odock. Captain Kirby thinks he tan reach her at 3 and brin her here at -S o'clov'k tu ui:ht. The tteamer is well loaded with pasiienera and freight. Urami IIave.v, Sept When the tn( which was sent in ealch of the steamer City of Milwaukee, found her, the crews under the direction of the captain and en gi'.eeri succee ied in clearing and l.t,-teii:ni; tlieir own ties to the broLeti paddle boxes so that the starboard wheel Could b i:ed, and in this way the was brotiht to within 10 miles of port from which jt.int the tu brtmlit her to her moorings. The Captain says that on jieltin out side of Milwaukee yesterday he found such a sea running th tne enu'ines were slowed to 11 miles an hour. Everything went well until shortly after 5 o'clock this morning when tie port wheel suddenly wtnt to piece:, from what cause he does not kno. SHE IS LOOKING FOR TOM. An Albion Slan Goes to Jackfton aud Dis appear. Jackson, Sept. 25. The wile of Tuns. West, a well-known Albion man, is here searching for her husband with the aid of the police. Mrs. West says her husband left Albion last Saturday to come here to buy a barrel of coal tar, which he uses in his bu.ines as a patent roofer. She found where her husband had purchased the material here, but could get no further trace of him, and thinks he went to letroit. SJte sas he is subject to insane iit, and when so altlicted wanders away. The officers could not find that he put up at any hotel in the city. He had $15 and left here without a cent, and an unpaid board bill at the hotel at AJbion. He is 3V. years old and an Englishman , and they came to this state from Onio sir months airo. THE DEADLY tLEJIRIC. Kltotty Carroll. of Detroit, lostarttly Killed ty Mil i:ieetrl- shock. Hetk -it, Mich., Sept. -S. At sJo o'clock this morning lihody Carroll, an employe of the Western Union Telegraph Company, aged 22. was changing a wire that went into the Western Union office on the dock. One end of the wire fell to the ground and crossed two electric w ires. 'Don't take told, there's a battery on it," shouted Carroll's companions. Disregarding the warning Carroll picked up the end of the wire from the ground and received a terri ble shock. He was unable to let go. "Cut the wire," he shouted, and the. next moment fell dead. The wire had to c cut belore he could be released. A GREAT MiLL FIRE. WlnSletoD, Lake County, in Ianger of I)etriirtlon. Baliw!s, Mich., Sept. 2. A great fire ha.s broken out at the mills in Winglcton and is now raging. A strong wind is blow ing and it is feared the destruction will be Tery heavy. Your correspondent and a volunteer company start for the tire now. Note. Up to 2 o'clock this morninsr. no further particulars have been received, and it is impossible to call Wingleton by either telephone or telegraph. Li KILLED AT THE HAVcN. C'barlrft Mann-tl VrtU Death W nil I'nii jttlnjj Cars. i.v H .l.tlt., ( i k M Haven. Sept. 2i. 1 a. r.i. At 11:13 tonijht Charles Jdar-stWd, bsgage master at theC. t W, M. derxd, w.i kil'ed wdiile coupling cars. Ht was ranglit t etwet n the bumpe's and .isj mstatnly. He wru 'J vert's of rii-e. uii'tiHrried, a memlerof Cot'i- pany F Mirhtgan State troops, very prond nei.t l ii society circles snd i'.e of the m st popular and highly estrmel young ruf-n n the rity. THf EE TIMES AND NOT CUT. A Cro Man Vhi Is a Poor Hand at Mllrld. -. o -. liv mu Caro, Mich, Sept. 2s. A rjr?n of this p'a. e nitneil A. FKows who Med to com mit suii'ide hv har :i' Sun hiy evening, trie 1 to in his work rain this morni'ig. cu'tiiig dis th-oat from nr to enr wiilja rsz r. He wa round in the o-tthou' h )"!y t"terards. He stiil IiAestotryii ag rt - Mtir-ilrs at V.f City. IUy Ttt, ifich , S 2 T. arf'ars lt nig! it toIe t.x.!s fr.-.m A. Fi'i ,tt" b'a k smith shop, and drille! the .ife at (iitnter. n-.ann's meat niarkt. Ther s.ure.! $ Tt;ey dr-.!d ?h safp at Ko'.h ... n, b;t were frihtend awy. Th Capalcw at MnVj.n. (i ir.,os;. Sepi J-i. A ;t'"; wss he'd lb ev e;rg Wi;'.!m A Smith, in;. . of (; et i r g and 'el t!. .'I .S t t V tl e ' C Tto Hot WHh a Odd A -' isr.r SHti.n, M"h., Spt. 2" tej Ar;' cf Fery, 1 s Ys'4). to ir, ( i;rg ;T 1 of S -.o 'y, sg! 5 2 m ,'i ' i the r.- : s b , -v c- f ; s -z THE TEXS EVER. t Fett4) -(t ATrtt Csttle- j Ch ; ! s.f. j r Ar r t.-, an s- t . . cs, a -;.-' tS-AV '.A't. of Iexa frT: ' .' 1 ! : ? i ' 1 :.e .Lu-r -re were i t c It; ko.'ed. 1:1 a l J i ri u; ,'1' : 1 v to . I vef .1 It t.jve be I'.eri.:-: :t-,V i J.i I it a:. S.t' 1 a ib- ie'M.-. 4Ud J .- r I . rt : tr. e t:.e If at li 1 e 1 n-Vrd Va.'lv 111 :u- i r yard tire ! Hli e the I ue utttbert-l ever.-i bundr-.d. I he !: were ! tu g!;!e.'t-il Slo;i l-v i;riderthe on ot As i't the c.i-.- 1 the ort cstUe ilia1 v h Hei sL't k t lever arid i. early forty were cn- r. - e; Tnar ilenuied to the ta:.k. RODE Hi Oil it RAIL A Gay Lothario Treated to a Cure for "Mashing." TAR M FEATHERS READY FQR HIM. The Experience of B. J Cnr.well With Three Hundred Indignant Mir;o, Ohio, Citizens. Makmn, Ohio, Sept. 1'. The greatest excitement wa oc- a-ioiied liere this morn ing by the at-pearatue of several hundred men, mostly employes of tli Hub.-r works, bearing in their mid-i th form of K. J. Cotiwell a-tri..!e of a fet.ee rail. He wai ac ci..ied of being to iutima'e with the wife of J. II. VcCientop, and McClenton's friends at tl IluUr shops took it ujMin thetuseives to tlms summarily stop all furthtr anuo arici to that gentle man. The whole erovd chasetl Con well into the country s ued him into a water ing trough and bout) I him npon the sharp rail. It was their further intention to treat him to tar and feathers, but thev eon waited to desist upon tbe well timd sptehof Mayor (ai)y. Ttiere was talk of arresting the leader, but no arrests will probably bt ma il?. While many citizens condemn the act, the nnj r ity of the Huber employes, men of high character, approve it. BOB G R E i N FOR GOVERNOR. The Happy New ,Ir-ey CoLjire-imaii is l- urllier littuored by Hit Mate. Tkentox, Sept. 2S. The action of the New Jeisey HiMiiocra'.ic convention held here today to nominate a candidate for Governor developed into an oration in honor of the successful candidate, fhe outside representation fmtn all sections of the S ate was the largest in many years. Tiie counties w re then called in alphabet ical order to nominate cand. dates for (ioveri or. Whtn Atimtie cout.tv nomi nated JiuL'e Root it S. iieen, ot Essex, it sounded the key note of tbe convention. t)ther n imes were mentioned, including these ot llu'iH Itiodgeit, of Movumoii' b; Aug. W. Ctiiier, of M -rns 11 Y. Albright. Jno. Mi tiregor and David Do.ld, of E-s.-x; J. W. Wescoti, ot Camden; Ciias. E. Hen drickson, ot lJ'.ini'itrto;i, a:.d Jno. Hopper, of l'asshn: Ti e progress of the fust ballot showed Jui'.e (Irten to be tar in ad vance of a 1 co iipetit trs, and before the result eoti'd be upnounced hetewusa general siampe le and a changin r of voles in I is favor. He had mrived .''' votes being 3") more than a nniiontv, uiiainst 1 to fir Dun'gett. Jmlge (ireen's nominai i u was then m '; unanimous. Judge Eo'iert S Green is a native of New Jersey having been born in I'linceton on the 2o;h of Marco, lvd. He is a promin ent lawyer and is a member of ibe linn of Yenderjxol, Green it dimming ot New York. He graduated from I'rinceton College in l.'to and three years later was admined to the bar. Fiom 1n"i7 to ls'W he was City Attorney atid during the next succeeding live years a member of the city council of Edz tbetli where be re sides. He had also held the oillees of suto gate aud presiding jud,;e of I'nioii county anil in 17 was a member of the conven tion appointed to suggest amendments to the Sta-e constitution. Two years ago he was elec ted to Congress. His term does not expire until March 4. lsS7. IVrs inal'y he is of a genial disposition arid bears a su perior reputation in his Su e. Tlte AmerieiAn .Mechanics IC'ect. I'ai.ti m 'd k, S-pt. 2S. At the afternoon session of the Americin Mechanics, oi!i cers for the ensuing yeir were ciected as follows: National Couneelior, Chas. H. Stein, lialtimore; Vice National Couneelior. Jas. E. iLtchie, I'hiladelphia; Sts-reiary, Jno .S-ver, l'tti! adelphia; Treasurer, Jas H. Miinn. New Jersey; Marshal. Jno. W. l'ut ler, CMi.tect cut; Protector, Win. S. Wright, N'-w Jr.'y; Doorkee per, f h. s. II. Nichols, Masichus t'.H. A 1110 ion was made to stride the word "rio-c.iuics out of t'e tbh C'f'be ird'T mskiug its nim- " )rder of United Arntncaiis." Tlii.t preposition will be acted upon tomorrow. Mr. 1'owtit rly Makrs a "rtimiso. Pun a pei.i hi a, ht pt. 2. At a conference of the committee of the National and Inter rational Trad- Unions wit!) the general executive board of ttif Knisrhts of Lsd for t!:e purpose of m . uring dec isive a.'ti at the forthcono'ig g' rural nssemlly at Kichinond. iio.-1'ive e.--i:;aiice was received from tira-id Ma.-ter v ttrkmari I .iwdetly and otbT mm. t-r f the evei :-ie b iard that tier w .uld Use .erv f ndeavor est;bi.st f at :.-t - t -ry r!i;o.s with the trid iirii i,s. T: e c mi isi ; this ve- nmg issue an a 2ot-s to tn trades ir:ton on the su; j-s t. Thu f'n lafce a Kick. I.. . S. 2 -It is r- p k 1 thaf the Pojss I .is ad i re-se.j 3 j.ote t.t the powers re;poitra'in g g4inst the c-.ntir.r.ed ar 1 .'.creasing prsf ;.ti -n of J. j ;.. An in 'S i(e r.f crowing id'! :" Jes.jits j-a:Ti- i'd t v tr e t., t Fafjt-r Vt:' 9. a pron,;e.er;t Je-'P. hs- l-H ! i- i'l wi h ta-,t ' ilir'r'i i"r-.t v. a i i:n; - . t.'.e " rt r.ar'.T k pown. : ;g . r"r !ti ft; r rv :f t' - ir Ir, : I f i e d 1 . o 1 ' .1 BIG STRIKE Oil OIT The Chicago Pack . 3 to Go Back to the Ten-Hour Plan. ALL M KILLERS !H8;HUSIfl 0011. Great Excitement at the Stock YrJ Over the Prospect A tig; N'etint He d Last Night. Ch;. a . f Sept. uv I'l.f S'.xk yards employes are excited over a rv4ort whkh h-akel out in the packing houses that the packers had, last ni;ht, deeded to re sutue the te:i-ho.;r m h-.!ui-on Fri lay. No ot!icial rio' iriiutiou was made of the action but the men upres- no djubt of ii being a tact, aril are preprint to o:h r a stu'ib ri rrtistance. Ttte lnef kiilers are ready to strike mi or tef retbe abandonment t f the eigM Ii our plan. The l-irk stickers are similarly dipsrd, as a r u!e, but some prefer to try a c imoromi . A mettiiig i beirg held ut l hirty ht h atiO Halstead-sts. lotiight ti deeide lije.n a couisa of ai- ion. The comprond-e tieing liow discussed, arid w hich will be suit mitted to the lueetn ir is for the arrangement tf ttte work on a piece scale, such as is now n force with the sheep kdlers, or was be fore they struck a few days since, wherein the men shall teivive so much for each animal slaughtered or dressed, as ttte eas-e may be. Tbe bais for this they will, of course, insist upon being the average days' re-nlts, working the thort number of hours. In this way they contend tbe capacity ol the houses will not Le curtailed, and yet they will receive more equitable compensation. A great S 'ike and some troiio'e is apprehended tomorrow, despite the ei Torts ot the hp re I'on.servjtivc to ar range to compromise, and the result of the meeting tonight is looked fr with much anxiety at the j ards. th; JERSEY JNiTOos FIEND. Trial of Titus for M irur and Kip Counsel a Sun of the Ie-iding Jude. Kklviperc. Nt. J., Sept. 2S. The trial of Sames Titus, janitor of the Methodist Church College at 'Hickettstowo, f r the assau't upon and murder of Lillie Smith, a servant at the college on the night ot April slh, began here A large crowd was pre sent, litus is defended by J. G. Snipman and son and by Mr. iieasly, s.on of ibe Chief Justice of the Slat.'. This morning's session was taken up in. argument by the prisoner's counsel, on a motion to strikeout the second count of the indictment, which charges assault. The motion w as over-ruled and a jury was selec'ed, afur which the court adjourned until tomorrow. Chief Justice Heasly pre sides at the trial: . 4 4 4 . UNEASINESS IN RUaSiA. The reeling; (irimi t hat the Czar Will Have to Handle ltul(atla S eriily. LoMux, Sept.2s. The St iuilird's Vienna cor re? p indent : telegraphs that he is in form'"! by a fiit'tid that feelings of uneasi ness and depression exist in St. Petersburg to a great exsent owing to the fict which is now reco gnie 1 :s inevitable "bat E isia will have to deal sien.ly with Eulgaria which country is now more hostile to litis s a than ever before. The Czar is extrcmeiy averse to armed ooeupa ion of Uu'.aria ami reluctance on the part of Kuss-a is a!-o snown to naui'ng a candidate for the throne ma le vacant by the departure of Prince Alexander. MUr.DERt D FOR FUN Two Young Texas V illains ho Killed a Man tu VVHiitnii HeAiliry. Sa Anto.ma, Tex., Sept. 2S. Joe Ihirris, bged lo. confessed todsy at Muela that two companions named Drown and Wood, aged 13 end 14 vears. murdered a Mexican herd er and killed sixty sheep, ' just for a lark." Durris stood guard while the olhertwob tvs were engaged m the b'oody work. The three were arrested ar.d are now m Muela jad. Caught In a Horse shed. Ki tl.anp. Vt . Sept. 2s". The IS year-old iriri. a lime iiawiev. wno ran away on lurseback from her home' at Sutibu dressed in bov's clothing, was lound near Hague, New York, Sunday night, and taken home. She was armed with a big vo ver and the pursuers had to use strategy in approaching hr. She wss found in a shed where she was preparing to spend ttie night he.side her Ipts1?. .-ne sai l tier on Ir reason for leaving home was that she was tired of her quiet life. llimi.arrk'a Iron-Clad Dictation. P.ekun, Sept. 2s. The expulsion of Poles from Eastern Prussia continue-- and la'ge numbers are comjelb il to take their depar ture da: v. Iue lologne f. mentions th-case of a Polish woman, the wile of a Prussian, who was compelled to return to E.psi i hecau e s!ie was a K J'Si.in "ubjeatt Thi. the (i ii-dr s.ivs, is o.ulv out' case out of hundreds. Koko la all Itroken I p. VriN.'JA, Sept. 2"t. llerr Fisher, an a; tor whoi-e pi l for ma nee of Koko in t lie ' 'Mikado has been regard'sl here ks on.1 of the b-s hits of burb .pie a ii-g ever en here, hes r ip' ured a bin 1 vessel and is c n!i i- t i the hosoital. In addition to thi u'.'. tio he has tec if " ' ir 't im-i - ines ..iuise f to be the v t '.- .o Kok . . ... . 4 MIs!m; KINKS. Dr. A. D. M.r y. of M trih iiif'd for t" oounty . hiis t ef n n bv th" Dpif r's of t PeHPsy .vnr.i 1 1 .h.y . 1 1 ifVhr g'- .-r',.:.ir evAith D. ;,iti rontrvVir s.svs th in i, t.) . a t J.ti n hrifk e'u p.' a ' s an : I V n-.t nt t here -r-rs con 1 r.ta V;:i'-. the WS.ver a; .r.r. st t r d vy or it Wpt. ". b '-. "'? ; v. s':i'ric, , vi d v o i a ( :. i re3 ' f ft' to. nrtr f- r A Ls ! ire, I of p )' i.o w York Mo i ;.. to ex" o n I f!M-'rT r r up a t ' s'j-e. v i - -.' . ha p is ' O'l u i "- G i ' cr. t 1 r h 4.e-y . T .. 1 1 r . k - r j-r J . i A e St ' r .U 1 , i ; ! !s-.d. l. - T-. P . a 1 ': g b- ; t , ' WEST GRAND RAPsDS. it iIk- O n Air t vu lti Uel S i J . S-. I r I lu,.i.' Uit bit, tit, K ird.ua U. vt lit West F:dl U tl tr t..e V hi. 1! adhv i as W c ki l'g C1I4 :-s! Uir Vf. when l.es!jjel i.s.iprl W her, ll.rre Is ah ifn .:.e i f ' . i:d ll. i U-irg et at. 1 frSlo .e Ik .'. at C.C Uii r. al.d I igoj-s-p HCS lo prititst ' tt.e Wa.it av -ot Jour it --ry fro ;i ! ihere w t ie i rial.s. his t o; t n.td t Ot-r m t.r b.r-pt-J ':.. ta'.s L m 10 He w a i:Ui i'e'ilt s tt ore U.S 4 Lai k i.(o ilr. I't 'vtr..;:.iaii oil vvi atoui.d rt the i ken i t .-ted , ith t:.e a t n-:ital tar. itist i i.t c r:.t. . i s c ; .-.pu r, c-r.ier of ie ! Usi i ;ut the i e E. ;.er urn i r- ' the beaulilu! i.e r.bbon ait 1 t.' s j i4i r i e; ved. .s.iuii .l'rfvj re niaoe to lu-ii.Ni-rs itf l!f cha, er . 1 o'b- r ias ,!i c tliel.di, and the rVcho.g pasre 1 t ry pieasau' ly, tt,e sessKin i ei: g ho o, n tite and a nuiolxr of miin ic f'r.ends ot the meiioters presei:'. both Lahes ad criit men James Sareant, td lsl iiroadaay st,. ce'e ritet his 1.1 ty-set o:id birt hday M..u Ui Veiil.'ig. He 4i ij ;.!r ag'ee'i!) '.; rpr iae 1 Y 4 Urr' iiuiiiU-r f Ida fiichd- sii't ru- i iveti luemsc.ves hugtiy u.v Parking nor ii 1 trine? uipii a late h i.ir, 'Af.er tut i the oung ftit dane-d to the mu?ic of sr e iiit's ow u ore u t st ra. Eev. E. 11. P-r -oks comp'etel the third car of his Piiil s ry at ttte S von 1 Hp!;t "Jtur. h las' Sunday, and his c m." regaiioti -iehralel ttte event by raisin.: ol to app ii i tie rirming expense. The church has me hundred arid thirty-tive no inttein Mid is piosperoiis. William Kvder, of West Uri Le-st., who was grante 1 a d-vee of divorce from Ei.lat edi llvder I ridav' on the ground of lesertiori, f'e-iin t have improved e at ti iiihg m t'peut to the tesl of his ability as Knd v evt -uin-i be was niained to wufe No. 2." horse which Dr. Drove was tinting on West Pnige-st. yesterday afternoon in-ist 1 on either guug over the heinhbori-ig fei-ces or stauding ptill in liis ir.-tcks. Tbe 1 tet or was compelled lo get out and walk. AG K A I. flitcar loaded with lumhe j poped ihe trat k near inter s'.. yesierdav nt hvi l'i b unlod iel in that p it;on. It was on a si l track s i it uid not interfere wi h other traffic. Misi Mamie D inn, of Scribner st.. has returned from a visit with friends in De troi Her cousin. Mr. Murphy, aeeoni- pai.ied her and will spend a few day in the ity. John GoeWl and Ed Emm.r. of West liriUe-s.. have returned froii Miiwiukee. Tttev did no' b'ing hick the two extra ribs exacted bv their friends. The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. II"iuhar !' IJ-oggcr, 1 7 Turner-st , will ltj held at St. Mary s Cburcn at o'chick his morning. ' Mrs. Anthony Cline. of Chester, was buried ves'er ! iv aftjrnoon. The funeral was large'y attended by residents of the West Side." JetTers on-s?., north of Bridge st , will hav e gas not cn. to blow ahout. but ; i to make light of. Get trig nitre metropotan everv day. The pew Swe Society's hall on West Division st. is rsp'tllv fearing comp'cM n. it will be a great improvement to that par; if the ctv. A word to the wickM is sufficient. Lk out tor ti.. rew paToi i)ix at the corner ot Kiicrsoti aud Jackson st. A horse ran awsv on West I ri lge-t. yes terday umr-'ing but wss caught without loing anv serious daniMce. Ch.is Se-ilv an I 1 Piihter. of Wa'e-t iti Ont. a'e vtsoirpg at ihe residence of Wiitie Averi'l, ot Lincoln ave. The foundation ;s being laid for Mr FarreH's new re-j leruv on First-s . opjt't- sitr the Pine st. s ho tl. Frank Uur'itig of ScriSner-st., has re turned from a business trip through the New England S'ates. Mr. ar,d Mr. Frenchman, of Wa'ker-ave.. have a ten tmnd boy and Mr. Frenchman s ivs he is a rattler. Mrs. Dorie Miner, of P.atHe Pre k is the uuest of Miis Iljse Kittle, of Fremont st. Shawtnut ave.. nsr Je;?"erjon-st., is tieing overhauled bv the Street (Vim!uiioners. Mr. and Mrs. F.ravling. of Seond ft.. have gone to New Yuk to vid. friends The water main is being repaiml at the c rner of JclTerson and Jackson 5t. John W. Tomkiri, of Second M. .has re turned from his trip to New York. Mrs. Phillips, of West IHdee tt., is con fried to her home by pickness. Miss Frsnkie Stone, of Gold-st., is visiting frien Is in Cin. -innati. Miss Jov-p Trailmsn, of Gold-st., lias re turned from Chicaeo. Jiseph Pe'sch left vestAtrdav for his hmne at Westphalia. Peter Tliouie, of Westphalia, leaves today for liis home. THE DUMMY LINE EXTENSION Ortlltianee to l '.ed and Then Carried to the Court. "If 1 lived on Fifth-ave. I would favoTthe extension of trie Dummy hue to the l npn Deit,'' said J P.. tiulliforv!. meniWr of tbe P.oard of Re view, yester.'.ay. "I think it would enhance tie value of projrty on t'.nt street and the peop'e wot, Id be plea'el with it. After they have bad in nperath' aeart!ev would object to i.avii g it re rnove-l. Tbe oTtlir,!ie is md 4ti'te richt It re i'iire ttte ( as t t.p Mopd ottlv nv.ce in three bio k. Ti er should 1 re jCtr! to F'op the mm-' licr'frr-wl.Oifr P ts.pi.jjrrs ws; t to tret o;! or on. T-.f re no rra. n whv they h ou! 1 lite tars i an !t st 'j jd or started with ls troub'e hor-e J think the Street Railway Corn par.; too miffi," nid Citr Att..rr ey Ki sun. ' If C'.at ord nrr is pa-e-i s he oora psnv w:d g-t a franc hiv w hhdi is certain;; worth twenty t.ve or thirty thou I '. 1 in Ah. Tl v F.sH to i a', rcd to Jay th tr-k in Te) b--i e ret which bai j he-j ct. l'd at pre at xper.o-e l.y the pr-i-"' tr owners h-! io r.ot p." i to i sy a d :'r ft- it It lo-,. P. rea iike m' of ;i.e h i, .i't-'if ' 1 i y -hi af 1-ast I w i i' e to pv f T th inip-Tovmr;t of t .tr.4t : i : i ; , l:'i ( :,' TI r prli mr.-s!i' conii'oBS'y ;t i to !e p4-e-'h" A r-p-"-ter w ho ta'. el ith a la V" rr-.- o r r f r 7 ', r ; ! 1' wv"li fi Tr'-.an t'st S 4 a h to t-e re 1 -T ( .s a t -r v .-1 s of a it nis'--'"ii t ' ri to t. '. r I -Wi-- .f tt e who t r,k that i r. a' v e r . IE L: IS!! EVICTIONS The National Lra-ue will Fht Them Bitterly. I'iVO liiUi) rICtiit Irl'faS The Money in the 1 1 at Jrt Ss.rJ to te Devoted in Aid-n De Ev.ct ed Tenr,tfcC ctercton Owtiock. Di e s.i . s..-pt. ; I ; it i forti. cht iii; I J-si: ,ir k hetd t .: l..-;ay . Mr. l.iu isurt-r of the ltk'ur, i mi the ia! rort't on. lir f.a-ed lht 'ft W t.t. 1.1 t Hi he .I. miter ? rlf. g w ii.ti r aud Lr u. 1 e tt'o t ii.ti.a . ion IV J to the r if of ly iie:u.g .f il.e Not;,- I their tj'.artcrs ip 1 b Ha'riiloii M P . j tc air.tciulii ed t! al ri !,.' lug amounted to ill be elicited, tio.t I Tlli..(. ilit lei-,r ill t l. t)S .l.ifo f Ibe ted to tit . i.'e fc'i I and liiow t.eet'.er ie M h I i:.e(er. Mi la-ace lr i. John D.::..ii I t.ii the a.-t. -n Kl,l that of ILe lai.diorJs I an 1 1 t .t.Mt i . d l.to.i.es i h e . I' cv ;t-iit ui .1 tr ; ; 2 1 W s be IS .!.!. ti .1, I the p o, r tt r.m- 1 1 e in a t li is e it - r.s ct riiri He Ihe At t ume a 1 were a!r-tdy co.der pi the Winter in. ti't.s I he in: perat i ve tic ' v t '.l,t lo ret- ht a V ion ti it. a a he'r bv a it p i v .'g to a pi ti for Ibe 1 1, t-U i. pie t.al aat-l Ihe lit'atl.r iiii:. r.MC.irio.i!) Iii l!.r jard tv v ry p-'p-iu e lueses SJr. Juwp', E Ktn .ev M P., f .! mt-1 Mr. Dui ui ;p a mi.ar strain and th-t 'are ! U.st thr Irl, isu.'.e 1 .'..ht wuh their In l to it. r wad s! villi, tps ! i i ' i. re t.'.reau tjrvl li.'ii g the cos uii.g inter. I ha Mt-i tluit The f let U'.e c .mmitlee ot the Metidou Hove' Fusion Political Club held ;uM:p at S eel's Hotel last evening, -.bout 2" lr:t g present. Ncthing of partn u'ar interest ta lone and the meeting w g a V mr he 1 for lilif Wr k I he ComiUi'.trs ttij fo lli a-ktsl t In fe-ivr!l further lime t. m- evl rUliah e lal lers W hit h Wit f.rali'e.1 and Li!t Jio'd lison gve them ir in-jst .u i( pe Ln parlor uu'il r.Kiius are m mre 1. f .r w ba n a Vote o thanks was teuierel Lira by Ibe committee. . A ),UA V-l.liiiC. Mis, Christit.a Mancoid and Cuaries Par- menter were tp.ieuy married at Ihe resi- le'ice t f i be bride , mother, Mrs Curisripa Mangold, No. 2 u North It.nia tt jrsU-rtlay morniug hi l. v C. J I.rrtiitke, imch.r of tie T trt (eru.an Evai gein .! Lc.lhrau Emaiiite Churcti tin y iiieu.le-r tf ti e nlra.-iiug faoiihes aere pr-s nt. Mr atol Mrs. Par oeno-r left for Chi ego af er he Aeti ting f.T a brief vis;t, at ibe conclusion fw hii hthev w;d re'nrn atcl f nue a ;!h Mrs. .Mam-old. The 1 mi in. r C lub. Tiie regu'ar f r:::igh !y im-ei'.ug ol the Farm rs' C.uh iesu! e 1. as hn v r all s- siot.s that exo-Heid o'gsii v. a: ion tit.tM.g tbe past two inorut.s, in furlure. u!y two or tt ree gentlemen vxere in aiteoda:ic. Mr. I 'hderillAtl. that attest jc wheel h .re ar d fut.d of Aive'arian uu 1 irf.ntob tgi al inel- ligerite. Was th-r Ihou-g't at hilU all ilitercs; s.i.t ;i,i, 1 .1 hr ., cl.t w ith Ii i f t,e c t'.PUl 1:1 bis farr,:. The d iftWs in a s'ate plat it (rrow 1 1 tli ;s Su ii ui r i p'.ar.t has bu is. b ..-s,, ( 9 ari f txi . Eeut devri.-p v.. t.t. A I Mrjir Ctt uit. The th' tdrical cr. id or git.sl'.y ( t.irips-s-d of thi'te-n c it ,e 5 -if I his Mte, ba Iteen extend- d t hrough thirl v 1 t it ies in .'4 1 hi- gati.taiut.i aril I en'.M tvan;a. Sir.vi'cf, ILilTalo, Lo he-ter, Cli.-ac. S-cth lh r i a'i-1 ser-ritl small -,: iri Ii. liana and W:s.its'.n hare n itr app i-d f r a lini.enri and the li'cut !; i-1 .r to etin ttecotne a national itrstiiu ion. - C'donel Maplet-4i In Irt.nlda. Ip Sept. 2s. M. Henri Hirrg'. ihe proprietor 01 the opera Mignon. bss .erred a wtit upon J. H Maph-son.as mati agerof the tJa-e-y Theatre, Ihit.l.u, l. re strain him fr-T'i prih: rir the o;--ra in pursnani r d h i a !vr:ise 1 p.'. ,).,. The I ti 1 1 rtt a I on. a I -ptaViea. IONpos., sept 2s The entries f r the In tern at i-nal ltegattt werptak- ("c!.tvl Icslay. lb s. T-r n er ar d ser ral other wfll known aeuHera f-ave ?iersi llatii.tn dec'ine.1 to enter, but wi'd cotitritiuie fl' to tiie stakes. A Mhlli.ls I .opts. Sr. rnr.pt! ic., Sept. 2 -The Nihilist C!iief, Ie Gaul, who tuurde-el M. 7, di -tlikin, C-)mn.;-ioner of Poh-'-e. has - ep1-! fmm pfistin. A rrsi-r l nf ttan s tu. tteen t;t rrf-l by theG ernmeut f .r bis re raft ure. A Child' kirtiif- Heath. lUi Citv, epl. 2s Mrs Frele' ck Nah w as w fl-hinc this roorT i' g toi l i ft a tub- of sii'j ii'n t'i kocben fhe.r. Her little 2'i tpontii o'd l'v bdlTii-i it dueirg her tn j-.ra'y v tnd w us drow 1 el. . - - - 4 4 iiis.ir.K-s iiiiim or it nniL The T'o is-S ratip r ri-e i 1beTh; is in D ion. Mt- in ! b r top nt. The Uove'nor J i".cl a 1 e- !arr ati n fod.i '. lipg the jiin"ir:aiioit af EiMioik rattle into color v. The Sj.".i;;ltse'.t of Mr. I'-t ii Carder, a llr-.ti-h to'.. lot tie t'-ty f Mxi'x. has be n gsif-ro-d in Lop rs. Tlo P.ept;h'.;fn Cif-mti -nal . veT)t'on of tbe ;ib New York district y e-lrd ay rior..r,Mel Nw'on W. Nun.ir.g. At a rreo :x of the E rn rr irVam 1'.-.. land. I, !t-:'. A"s v a'-, n v Jat rt.d.t Mr. -S. p '.h-ir-.r, tt e Mi 'tta'T t.f tb ' ;a- 'i.in. ti- i'T.e 1 f.l,V;epa-e' Hs-T.'et W 'liej f rtl frst lirr-e at the li.e-i" I rnr.'as at pa in" t ig t.t and ?t -,! rr.'iar.' a r?.":n f-:,t ly f e.' 1 1 . Ne-f I'.M tee I Tt pr.--e lirwn the Vffti-an j.c't.M-ro d pa- .p 'o.. ,.,,. 7-r, C.e T'r-.sv ft ;.' tui'tCTf, f .r a f nal ret , 4 f t!f Vv law . Hon C. f I.vU:! .rb-rsw f'on the r 'i'j.".i a; o '4-t ;n 'Jie ,'t Vm. (. -inc' tii.t'v- and loffrt tt.i.ati I avis' re ti 'r.ir-xt'f fi ) h :. The f '','.'. -H-V Per :' ' o:.-t S'e 'ott. j: '.- . nt ;t'e-r 4 ,x id Rr'er ef p a --n 'V fb4. Ml- f-1 e-.-t a- ' s ,. ' H-f.-.ie d i to Mi C; 1 r: f'fe-j T-e , r d i- ';'. - Fa r t r G -?!"-. -r I A l-' -1 .a" Ss- J A-tj" 1- r 1 at r i ,s t "