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A T AT 'lUIlCTTD A IT TTl H i H 1L -4 VOL VII-KO. 311. GllAND ItAPIDS, U1C1L. SATURDAY JI01LV1XG. NOVEMBER 7, 1891. HUCE FITE CENTS. POLICE II IKE POLLS LiTti? Biliatmj it Cork for 0ucc;M3r to ParaeU. THE PRIESTS li'CSl15C TOE FUTI3 lMaaiy af Uiaxa'aaeaa In 04 Bvfc laajr ir l..wf Utly JlaB M Ona k)itii Cork, Not, 6. Today i toU settled th qUCitloll of the SUCCeSSiOQ to the eat in ibe houe of cmoiouafrora the Ctty of fork, udr vacaut by the death cf ( tar.t uaf. pArueit. The lar celi.ttf vaiididatrt i Joha . lUdoioad, nh.la Mrt.u Fiavta itani for Uie ilcCartny.u mtr t. Tht day' work n I'jeued w:Ui vgor, lvOO tous tt-in can io tlu nnt hour. The treeta are full of nor, hore pUyinj, tut V) far fairly wli-l-baredcrowji. Nvrrtheleii, the ac customed tlacktn ru pveaout from tenetu many a ccat-ta.l and there are Dui wnntjii rideucrt that many huudiedaOith throne why patrol the exchaiif of bio. 1'neati, niemtr i Chili and b'i accepted on the condition t-r irhn-nt nd candidate lor poli-1 that he bo frte from i art:an oblige t.ct houora are n.ceantly' dnvin ' tioua. II nuards tia acceptance a a ir n toota to Doom encouraging I'lt-ir fidlowrra and looking after the inter est of tttnr reapei tiw faciiona. Aa the U adrr ruan from place tonlace It hind f, t.cu!unjc UriT ra and eying hor.-s thy are rerttd with commingled cl erra and groana. After each atop and t-efure each freah start aome five or ten ii'tiiutet it woatrd iu remonstrat ing w.ih to ctrt Ul and whip the au!iipUot from three to a Uo n per na wu.i wih to i?et upon the convey-:k- and ride atoii to the next station. There are a plenty of Dohce guards in cioar prox iciiy to the toting iHJoth and strung re"rvea are held in rtadi nes fur prompt rtice at thr rtat;on Louses. in u Idition to theae pre raut rt.a there is an ample military foiiv in the city prepared to uumed ato ly iciuU rco t:ie poliCH should such a course teoonio ut crary. The aoldiert are strictly com lined to their barracks, through tne U -s and from the win towa of wh.cn tiiry watch the royaler irR crowua pas.r.-;. 1 he iioil n h.i iMcn going oo active It sir.ee morning nd Outh parties are cfctermmtd to ..ng out i.rir full atrenRtn. The unionists are said to be atauUmg very Kt'iierally by tneir candi date. Captain arl'ieId. Lvery precau tion h.ta btt-n ukt n to prevent eerioua trouble. Tho pritnts are actively work irtg tor ttie anu rarnellite candidate, and Canon O'Maht-ny ia coiifp cuous anions tnv solicitors tor Flavin. Kid onond ia directing hia aupportera in person. Cork, Ireland, Nov, 6. Election patsnd oil rjnietly, thanks to the pre cautions of authontira. The count will not take place until tomorrow, bm it it admitud that tne u aj.inty for Fiavin, auti-1'am. lhte. ia certain! 1000 and prolably KOo. Mr. John kL Redmoud, J'arnt 11. te candidate, admita hia defeat and attnbutca it to clerical mtimida tion. CZAR'S SILVcR WEDDING, J rIi lrmoBirilva Kaala He r lli t mln. fit. I'etershurjc, Nov. tf. The cle tiratlon of the cxar'a silver weddUi; at ill not be atU ud.Hl by any grcut public deraouht ration, it hcln the ex prM desire oi the cwr to avoid this owlra; to the suffering condition of cxullois of hi aahj'Hrta. Vat quantituT of l-et root refuse, mixed with a omall pre.-ntajce of rye flour, la bvar uflllit-d for bread and ia a!d to l palatable and nutrl Uou. The frrfpienit reports of A -l.r!!-ty in th mnnacreinent of the farLi lntrujite-l to fruvernrnpnt of tjr tils for relief purposes has caused iome flilliau? off !a the contrlhutloua h.d-1 thtre ia a groxving dmand that b expnidltarf of money donated by prlmte char'.ty be kxtrut?d to private hnxul. Her! lit. Nor. . It trnnxp'ros that the e.e.ir altered hs route la tr. In to Llvidla lwarie havinr recHrd f wrn.'nsr frora the police of a plot aajaiiMt his Hfa. Rra l rtl aVf. Harbor Springs, Nov. 6. Th charred tvnly of an old man named Hile was founi in the ruins f his eahin in Cen ter township th:a county. It it sur. poea hia rarun trvic fire during the resent and he i'h aI?et ws OVer- com by th beat and amoke and ao met his death. BEATS DYREKFUftTH'S SCHEME. wClMt" to Bric Rat. Cahmtta, Nor. ft. The British aothorlt.'e of Madras hnve trur Ittitrtl aa n veat Ration relative to a en ci horrlMe brh,irity al niperstltloa rproted frtmi M.idnro. Ha!Ji has hen very cnach nded tn thit T'elnlry, rwl th drought wa attrlh'jted br th Tiprrtlt!va mtlTs to the mall rty of aa e-vl-mlnd'd mah'" dly. To pfrT!t' !t t' er rrr'v ttpoo reTiT'n; an tAA prietlee of tor tnr known a "'.took swincnu." A vVfta was fonrd who eorvenffd to m!rro th ordt. The pilnts of ft-n hok wef pnht1 'nro hf hick, fi rrr wa f.itTMl to the h'oks, nn the poor wrteii wa hr'.?id :t-o th air. H' irlks of ariy wfr r arardM a eTdr tat tN" ardl" waa N!rsr ms1e to hear n wouM arvwer with th )on J.viW fof ra'n. Atfr th mil h'lnt Me an hnr ra ira tskn dwn, M?nMr n' fitsHy trti1. aT w'f two wonts !n h's Whthr rtf faUTwed U aot stated. CANADA'S IMPORT TP0f. dtat flrftata f rsit( SJ ae af lk ralt4 ata .. t.oadoa. Not. ft. Howard Vincent, entTatlTi iamf:f of rir?!areif . wVv l mtkli'f aronnd th- w.jrP! i t! lJtert Of THUsS f!efs ti 't and 11? tra fts arrived f J.i pan. A 'w PP hen reir T tSe ffTid f'v ef l,mnM frm sin r.Mi ov' rn Am'!'-! ad n?'lt ewmfe. mfft Caind-a. sff. l-w. t Tittf tr' t.-i. th U tieil tms was M' i 1 12 1 f a- t f !- t'fi1- ' ft 1 $I5.0X.000, U;u':rf wph twecty-is artteb-a, aruotxg itrta Irou. tel, w uol, cot toe, siik fctid br- 3J&BJ ef Uje auwever, Mr for the eoCUEeiit gen erally, iuitc tBrouU EiiglUh hour Th I t.ite J Muu l-ad with tweuty two articles, tacladiu? tra, copjurr, toae, wool, rutrr, tige tools, washes a&d clocks- Er.taJ aup yliea $4tKX won of egrteu'tural iui pimHit. w tih the t'alted State teuda 1 1 7 " worth. Ecglaud furuUhra a hundred time more wool, cottou aad irca than tbe United btatv. Mr. Unceut thlaka the MeKlnley tariff will further hart the trad be tween Canada and the mother coun try. He ecrumend the activity of the Ported tatea and dejeoree the In action of England lo Llutf their commercial tateresta. There 1 little lrerty, he frays, la Canada- Wage there are higher, wht'e living 1 a cliMp a la England, anl the standard of Industrial We U higher. He spettka mott favorable vi Canada as a auppljr market, and declare that she only ueevU Immigrants and capital to de velop her roat resource. AOMinL MONTT ACCEPTS. Chili' rreatUaat-Blacl Inita aa Hatag I" ra Fro in IartUau Obltgatisaa. London, Nov. 6. The Times' Valpar aiso dispatch says Admiral Montt has len unanimously elected president of personal lacrilice to the wiahea of the . via-' AXyS'y'- t.r m O country. Adnnr.il Monti isrprent ed a having at first been unwilling to accept the nomination, but at last p c cepted when made qmte certain that it waa not oflVrcd to hnn at a reward for hia aervices, but rather urged as an other sacrifice to the wishes of the peo ple as expressed at the eh ctiona. Ad miral Montt aaid tiiat he assumed power only to insure peace and prevent a conthct betweeu the political partca. ARCHDUKE JOHANN SAFE- rauthi i th Chlllaa Wr Aft iiit TTrvek of II U V-l. New York, Nov. 6. Archduke Jo- hnn, of Austria, who a year ago gavo - UP lu ti,,c au i poton at court and a morganatic marriage with Jennie Steu- tel. a tfautiful opera ainger has been heard from. After hia marriage ho h'rtda ship and, Bailed as its master. The aiiip was not again heard front and was given up for lost with all on inar 1. Jennie kSteutel'a brother, Camilio, who is a linger in the Casino chorus, yester day received a letter from hia mother in Vienna, m which she caid that she had heard from her daughter. Ti e vessel on which the archduke and hia bride tat U-d was wrecked off the South An.encin coat and '.he rair went to Chili, lie took part in the late trutI a there, but it is not knownon which side he fought. Mh.l Suit L-t. Petosk-y. Not. 6. The litcl suit for $20,000, which na brought by Prof. O. M. Graves against the Board of Kduca turn t th a p'ace, has ixrcupied the attention ot the court for several days. It was ended today by the jury render ing a TerJict f no cause ot action. ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS. John l.all 1'ark VTIII liar a Lars City Crrenhuns. The comm ttee on parks has teen l.ohl.n numerous c nuital;ons cif l.it aud iUM eil niemliers have l-e-n loAkin unusually mysienous. Yes terday the coiiiinittce pid a iit to John liall prk and gated aout as if looking If f a bnildinr site. They tin allv cinf-a.'d t!at a C.ty greenhouse f l. . t .1. .... t uru.n tir ti it.litintl ' r ..... - to the aiirAint'iit o jarh.. iiic tructt.re wdl be large enough to con taiu a larg numl er of rar stid lean t'ful eiotirs. and a hne collection of crciuds wnl t the most notable of the attraction. Tn preliminary steps for the w.rk will l taken iu time to have the gieni oue built and well 1 atocked w it plant when next summer i arnvs. Another intpiovemrnt cn jlemt'aSed is the construct on of a winding driveway to the Uutlerworth rad at.ii l e :i tk:ng of an arti-tic etitrnnce opening upon th.it thorough farr. ptt. Vtur)irs, Nv. 6. Joseph Penrtell, tlx artUt ernpliyp.l hy the fTtbner. of ''ve Yea k, uivl the lxu doa niutratNl News. wn amsted at fit'rd ;-.rT, la th eovrnaicnl of Kf. vTli'Je nviklrex sketch of the v.ir;o us r.c'n prison and fort a In h TT!ffy an ! Mrnnn!lnt country. Afrer tU'r ki-;t n prln f-ir ftrrnl fLiys h was rlasd al rrdr'd to leiv tlve eonfvtry wlth'o forty eLtkt hvii ra. THOUGHT THEY VERE FOOTPAD?. 4a ta4lTl(l 0-ii fa H' f mile. m.mHf ' lira. fat n ?vit it wst rorted bi Ihe poire tl at a man hid represented him .If to a drua'sen womsn t sl he was a .itfecf.vm ;v o;?d eeof hf horv, )'Jier M- -y ad Wlh wfe Ue tU o ! th fellow Of. The w r nisk r j a seirrh in ti rear of 7 M;-frt f w'--, rn tner!' UvmP r -r' rif th f-sHy Vff f n tsft h f t Mfl t vrfpifH a safe. He wss ftfere- to . h t!ti h it o!fi'"r. whi wr rlad ii eit.tn's e'rjlhi , ( K.'.-t-l afl U raH tit Um t h pei a,,J nn, to H't H thrsiH,es f., h.H. i-tf fintnil. ottia sia(t"T h t-ifj.t ah-t It t trtH St h. 't.fj Al It rtittvi fjr f.4 ; 1 j aild i . fT. A FREE lllftt C01SAGE Senator John Qhermaa Talks of th Couuqj; Political Issue. THE TARIFF WILL BE OUT OF SICHT la taa rrsaUaaltal C'aaapatsra aTst Tar Tka rigai Will aa Maaa laa taiaas Imh ataaa la KUOplalaa- Taahligton, Nov. 6.Now that the eletlona are over and thia atmoaphere l dearer, It ia uot (U.Tieull to r4ace a proper estimate npoa the reeulta There la no doubt that McKttdey elec tion mean a great oVal for protection. It luia had the effect cf solidity Ur the r tuik a of the protttlonlta, not only in Ohio, but elsewhere. Eton rs)usrva tlve. who haTe hitherto mintruBtel the McKlaley bill, are now Inclined to give It a clwiuce to ttbow what It Ca-ui do altar a proper trial- Aa a widl-knowu Senator wdd thia morn ing, "Tiwre ure fully a third more McKinley prottctloulsta in the coun try today than there were before Tues day's election. TU olld front pre sented by lVnn.ylvanla notwltbataiKl Ing th-e hard democratic flsht- there, La alao bad conside'rablo wel.?ht In th country at large. The ejuefctioa 4 free kllvtr coinage la alao more 'ltal than eTer. In Ohio the fight bcPwv?n Foreaker arul .Sherman la a Mnrm one, nnd tho letult li in doubt- This ia Intercatlng within the rank. ; Senator Sherman Talks. OeTelauJ, O., Nov. C "1 btlaeve," said be;nutor Saeruiaa, at Maul-eld, todciy, 'that wo have won a rvat Twiory. In many re pec u 1 i but an iiiuorA-UK-ut or ocao of the f-ghtl ol 1S73 upon the fiawincul ijuoaiUou. rreidoiit liayc and niyelf tlicn made an k&me for the hoactit dollar and th!a election. 1 onir comtnohweiulUi only t4ujva that the pcopie of thia State (ire true lo the bewt ' eleimiiU of all Ide. Greenliick and free uliver mean the Mine thlug uml for the eecond time la our peiLtlnal hUtory, the State ot Ohio hat tpoken nnd elevided that quca tiou wo far aa It ca-n." "What effect will this hare ppon tho election next year?" ho waa asked. "A very favorable one. This cam paiiru tenches ln.iny useful lefsons which I will emlenvor to point 'out. IU the first placw go far aa the repub lican party U e.oucerned, this result In Ohio fixes the silver question as onw of the lwue of the next jfrcH. demtlnl contest and decider It 0 far a-) th!a Ptate Ls couieernM. I am con Y'jTtt.vl that a free-codnnge hill will he passenl hy the Cotixress which nsso ra bies In December. I also believe that Hucfo a 1U1 as will be framed will be vetoed hy Prewldeait Harrison. That will nnturally make free silver the feature ot'the rwxt PresNlentlal flrht. J drniht Tery muCh whether the demo cracy 1n national eonnrtIo will pro claim for free co'inxnge. If they tihonld. th'T" would ho iy other Iwue of plc nTMWp In th next crmpMin.The flm.ti'fnl btttl that we h.tve i-ruTht In Oh'o will the.n 1m transferred to th'" nation, nnd a eonteKt nueh aa wo hive ntrer wen -will b the result. TM tsr'ff h rroni!ivnt. but not th T'tnl peVtt of the conft." "Th'rt the MeKlvVy bill Ls not the onv thiuT In flpht?" "Not by nny meons. Tts prlnelnles tn th mt'n.nr correct, but protec tion In a relntlve term with mnny tletrrees. nnd n-hnt tdn!s one (vt!on or ory Interest eiee'itos th e of nn o!ier. nrrl It lis exrmeir 'tt'Hrnlt to frT a m-se-in that will be gener ally accepted." PAEO TOJHfR REST- Daalh of 3Iri, Trancs Ooadlander mt tlia Facie. Mrs. Frances Goodland-r, mother of Mrs. J. K. Johnt;n, tlied at the Eagle at C.:J0 o'cltK'k last night. Mrs. Good. lander was lorn in Frankfort. Ger many, 7C years ago. Nine years ago sho ('a im io the E;tcle to live with Mr. and Mr. Johnston, And has hee.n there eTei ince. Sue has l-ei nan invalid for enme time, and was routined to her ted diinrg tte lJt ; r tl her life. Sunday ev. n.ng Mr. and Mrs. John stem will a C'tiii-ai.y the remain lo Ctinnorsville, fivUana, wheto the fun eral .:li t ).t-!d. Tea .Writ lilewn ay ward. ' Altomia, J'a., Nov. G.Word has ut leached hre of a horrlMe jccide.it at Huttings yesterday. While a 'iuci-l-.r o: Uungarinna were working" on a naai railroad extension, a erruic exp.;on ol blasting po d.-r occirr d, biow'jjy t.V men in ail direction, oe was InMnntly ki'l.d, whil el-ht or ten; e?lnrs suffered crushed akulla and brokeu legs, arms and ribs. FONSECA WAY BE DOVVNEO. Ilopa at tha IVratllOia tlepublle Still Wnshlrton, D. C, Not. 6. fecre- tary ltiaiue received a Kl;ort dispatch this evenr from MInlr ("onaer, nt Ilio Jaclro, atatir;jcf that the revoia tloa In Itratll was over, ami was under cor. t nl of Prudent Toaaca. Tfce dls- pa;eh also atnted that some of th rneiiibers of the Ilrnrillan corares anp port Fon.'ra In t-v curs' he has taken, and a new congresa will b elected. nr tmj9 Tmr artarr rstar. Washington, Nov. fi. Secretary Fos ter ha t-run tha prepatat on of h a annusl report to Congr- regsrd to the National hnane s. The comptroller ot li.e urrnney, the director id the moit and the United ftte tratirr have been called u.wn to give a genrral i.ull nsof the Condition and weds of the rf TiC-a diree tlf under their uti r s on. The sh retar r rd Comptroller I.acey also hsd a s:.i isl tonferene in resr.l to th failure rr th Keyton and pfihg tiarden lnks. of I'hdadeP P; a, and the Mavtnck bank, of llv. fni. fataat 9,mt Halt. ftoafoa. Not. n,-Coiofiel Jo!a H, Frsfer, th MeTertcn bin diretcf 4 eatwfeji nvtlHonstf quftrtT rt wju h t"a naat.i lo had .itboly ttn.Vf Tftoat ! ef fca t4, W a f'loieil frotrt o If flaf. M' bll was t ,h( io i'.u-MM, id H U Hdr -4 tte-il JhA ff.-1 ". T l-l.d alt'A, la t bH.t,, .ViMj tfef,-a wa l tr fi' t-fv-. tU W Mi Vhtef Utra 't of tah-s corpua. a dluict attor- aev. ta cvvvjl a uiouoa tor c- creaaa iu Udl. aaid that he would pro duce wiuietf that Freca and. fct- wr fad Lteu.kad to leava town. II lull waled Uit he had reotivrd atate uieiit ffont Exacuiaer Ewer tlat Xiesara- Potter, Preach, an4 Dana owel the Maverick bauk over 5500,00), ttad addd: "Tl.e exautiaer aaid that tunotf the asarta of the bank were found note lndora4 by the three ac- litied Uin-erora. tne Dronojni ci which could no; be found and whou he U lleved did not exist- Alabama ttaak rati. ITorenee, ALi., Nov. 6.The Pank of Florence failed to open It a door thia morninjr. The bauk' oflieera re fuse to mike a tatement. The aaeta and liabilities cannot be learned. Sev eral exeiUarjr wecniea were enacted in the tvtnk. One depositor gained accaa to the vice-president anel at the point of a pistol douir.nded his money. He waa persuaded -to dt. A notice on tle door ay: "CJoaed teiupor arUy." Kan ob ttia Hank I.eMsalngr. Boston, Nov. 6.The run on the Five- cent Savings bank contmuea this morn ing, but in lessened degree. Pre dent Evans saya: fne trustees have no in tention now of taking any action in the aixty-dav clause, and the bank will pay rash to depositors when they desire it. The run is alout over. Some who withdrew have today returned to do posit again." From Alllanra Kansas. ICar.f.;i City, Kan., Nov. 0. Official refirr.ii from eighty-eight out ef 101 Counties In Kans.ia sIioa- that the r publl.?iuy carried the entire ticket Jn elKtty-to caiintie(; tie alliance iu five at;' the democrat In o:i. ITlie olii-r e'.htren countie are In the f x- trenje we"4ern portliu of the tftate and aro thinly populated. Neither luellt Waa lilt. Madrid, Nov. 6. A duel occurred to- d.y between the minister of the ma rines, Admiral Da Bcr.snger, and a newi-piper editor. Four ahots were ex changed without result and the seconda then interfered. After the duel I)e Heranger resigned froru the ministry. NEWS FROM MUSKEGON. Muskegon, Mich., Nov. C.P.efore Justice O'llara thi aft rnoon 1-ambert Devrics pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault on Herman Johnson, who bays Devrics pulled a knife on him iu a faioon. Tho case waa postponed until tomorrow. Lat yesterday afternoon Win. W. Dccard.of North Muskegon, was ar raigned before Justice O'Haia cliarged with criminal liK-1 against Hugh Leon ard. Th case was postponeel until this morning and again poxtponcd un til tomorrow. Seacord started a weekly paper at North Mikcon named the Peninsular City Pioneer. Leonard was arrested chnrged with setting fire to a building at Nrth Mukgou and dis charged, the prosecution rlaiining they hud no evuier.ee against him. Previous to his discharge ho was allowed to go on his own recognizance and to this fact the paper referred and. it i cUinid u?cd the words"arson!8t" and "free lo use the birch again," etc. S cord's bond is signed by John Campbell, ma jor, and 0. L. (tiinn, eldtrmtn of the city of North Muskegon. Wheeler and S immcrfield, charged with assisting Jamea Prow in an attempt to break ja:l at North Muskegon wcro iound over to the circuit court and aro now in the county jail in default of a iOQ'J t ail bond. Otto Seiner had his foot smashed o badly this morning that amputation was neeeioary. He tried to jump on a moving freight car, hut slipped and tell under the wneela. He ia ltiveursold, nnd the sui port of the family which consist of a father and mother who are s.ck and two small children. Last evening George Cooter. fKrd f.O yiaic, fell oil the tramway at Py Mill, a dittni-c of twelve feet, lie was iounel by a tellow workman and car n'd to nis tojiiling house and this nf l' rnotn irnmved lo tiie city hopUnl where I c a mavle comfortable as po--is.e. Too 1 m 11 paralyzed him Irom the hips down, and the hivief In head was hurt. His recovery is doubtful. CHANGED HANDS AGAIN. Irlih C fna of I. in ml linrtn Tot rt tloa uf tli LU 1 otott. Thi morning the Livin.Uoa Hotel at tfce corner of East Fuitua aud South Hivision-s., will eliange proprietor ship. Chas. II. Southwick has rclm quihed hi lease and it will pss into the hands of II. 1). & F. II. li.-h who liave rented tha property owners, hweet St lluik.'cy. and u were propri t rs of H(Kte at lirsnl Haven from the Ir. Inn thn Cutler lor sevm years and until the building burned Ut spring, i ley have been running a resort hotel at t pnng Luke during the past aun.nier. Mr. .oulhwiik, there cent piopnetor, w,ll it mam at the hotel tor a few weeks alt r winch, it it said, he njii return lo AficTii;e. N. C, his form r houe. Sit. lr.su .i d lat evening lie wouid have po .jn of the property lor one yetr at ietan l the success of the t uities would tu llntnce toe exleus.on of to leaj-j. -5Ir. TVa Ilea II. niah WrL., the father of th girl who dietl at the county house, a.iya th.tt the fact Iiatp u-H'a tn..rrprr mteiT In retrtrd to hia care o( the ua furturuite ptrl. He said yestrday: "The statement published Ln the Tele- "nui-IIerald entne frora my rjrtr, Mrs. OirdiwT, and I rrfnounee It as ertirely f"ils. It Tvfi l)e who refasNl tj hate her tn the ho-ise.. I h id to take her to the eouttfy berjs. tw-estis no ln ntltnt'.on the elty wotJd recelTe h-r eat aerorir.t cf hr Irf'rrnily. Mr Ha ter wante-1 hT taken to the Kalama- ; i ajlnm ns a eeinn-Iy rftntgy, h-it I preferrel e h-ir her at th county hoMa. tvTt I exmM ae her oecss'on alfy. Fh was rst a eity e?srg, for I f1Id for her keeping myself." IMeel rrs lte feaeas. LsstWednesdtT rs.raP;H Sulliran, of ?l!t ?Wulh lMTiiot-at., waa snou! ofiVd atont th hnd,lr a?d Idy. tls.!in l.a 1 dr;rri f the ste to tha floor an4 when Mrs. S'lU'Tsn I t tM te Mmer and he? thrw the Hir h down it ignited tNe t rpn fhtrh sNe wss stad-nf. Her floth r.f eattxht fire, bot lb llsrwea wr vnt ot m ti. ) ws thourht, to mt her I fe. 1, r.Aef.ia, who ws raited del f l com df bst inlsrt fstal, but ves l.ty at'efrfftft h dr.. in a fid t'.vvtff Ivr t-.lfi aa um1 ud f if fd tht l.d. 10 VIEW GRAND RIVER Cj&ator Stockbridffe X7U1 Acooxa pan the Inapoction Favrt. EE BELIEVES U THE IHPE0VE21E5T BS Be fears Taal iaa Vast Caasraaa Witt raraliMaalaaa lUtkasaUt.a4 llsiUra VTtia fcal laataraa VTiiaia Oar Ualaa. Senator T. B. Stock bridge registere at the Morton late last night. "I have just come up from Kalarai:o," he aaid lo a reporter for tha TV-If. 4,Mr. Sligh wrote for uie to come up and meet Col. Ludlow. We are to take a trip down the river to Grand Haven tomorrow you know. I hope Col. Ludlow ia favorable to the project. I think it ia aa admirable one. A great deal depeoda upon what the euginevia nay. That's the first thing they ask ua down at Washington, 'What did the engmesr think about it" I don't tbuik an appropriation can be secured from Ihe next congress, although poa Sitlyitcan. You aee tho next con greca will be democratic The' have raised so much fuss about thd appro priations of the latt cougreM that it will le a hard matter lo get them t mak an appro pt.atlon for anything. They will desire to pose aa teing teonomical. Put if tho engineer wilt mike a lavorabiu re Iort we will do everything we can to secure the appropriation. How about election? Is it getting quieted down here no? I'm very glad that Mr. Ilelknap is elected. Mr. Law- lence taa very nice young man, but be wasn t able to appeal Uj the Jator vole. It takes a woikingman now to run lor othce. 1'ui Letting to b a sort of a farmer myself. 1 ride out to tne farm mornings and make U licve t "blow ui" Ibe boys if they haven't done things the wav I want them done. Then 1 hunt up Mr. Prown and tell him th hair on that cat doesn't lie straight. In that way 1 in builJiug tip quite a reputation." L. J. Patton, of Moundville, West Virginia, ia a guest at tho Katie. In speaking of the condition of the sSotith, he sail: "1 took a trip throuch the Southern Statea just before coming here, and found times very hard. The trouble seems to be an over-production of cotton. 'Ihat may eeent very strange, but such ia the case. For three years the South has had inline no crops of cottn,and the crop this year was tne largeat o: tne tnrre. i we mar kt price of cotton nosr isonlvalnut AA cents a pound while it cosia 6 eeuta to raiae it. They re not I ke the North ern farmcra, who have several crops to rely uKn. They won't raia anything tut cotton, and if they can't se:l that they're lett. Put they aie beginning to adopt Northern t teas'in their farming and to raise something leidca cottou and tobacco. This ttlk about the land's wearing out there and needing ret is all nonsense too. It'a because they don't take auy care ot it. Thiy never plow it just scratch it on the auilace. I know ot an Ohio mm wtio went dowu into Alabama w.tli heavy b ams and did Sijnie r gular Nortt em plowing on his land. People used lo come from all around to see that man plow, and they were perfectly actonished at the crop ha raised. It's lack of proper cudivat oa thai aih Southern fariua. The Hon. Henry II. Holt, of Mus kig"n, ia a guet at Hie Motion. "Am I piease-d witii the 'result ef the elec ton?" be said. Well, I should think I was. It is a n agniticcnt triumph for republican principle. Wherever the democrats won it was on local issues. 1 rigard this e'.rci on aa a tap on the heau ler (irovr Clevelaud. ' Ail h pet ibctrines have been repudiated. .Mr. Cleveland's opini na are very un fortunate any way. His free trade i1es iio not please the East, but his stand on the saver qhestion is very satisfac tory. Out W at Ins tanir vi we are all right, but hia altitude on the eilvtr question ia very unsatisfactory. 1 do not think now that it w. 1 1 b poMb:r fur him toeecute to dennx-ratic nom ination. His eh ctio i ieloie was due largely to the lack that be l a l not com milted himsell on any of ih e questi(jns; but nosr that he.has ex pr s.-ed himself so jhi tively, I do not th.nk be ctn rece ve t .e noiumata n or bo elected if he does." "I'm notcrushid In any way by the remit ol the rece nt elrclion," said L. W. Sprague, f Gieenvil.e, at ssoi'i yeftrday. 4,I think the dcmocials iarcl pretty well. F.veryen exj cied McKuiley wouid ! elected 4U OmO, ao.l it is "a no'd s:gn fr lh democrats to have carried Iowa for two sueressive caiupaigua. As for II ikuap in this da tut,wny, he can go to Washington a'ld d. a, i-nae tiie gvern'oefit patron age and vote wiCia bopeicss nonor-.ty. 1 1 at' ail the dauiat.e i e ran do. On, yes, I'm satisfied, hay, w hat's t e r a sin MeKtnley ilivsn't stand a tood e hanc of Sfcurnigthe T iii ,,-csn j-re.-dr-niisl r.oimnaiiou in 12? Of course his party can kilt him !f, but be is tlw veiy emb.KiiTM nt of rtpubpran lniiCil les, and wouid make, a nohiy good candidate if h w. uid run auy tmrg like Ihe wsy h di J iu Oh.o." "I'm eitremely weliplad with th result of thia election," said P. F. Graves, of Adrian, at Sweet'e. yester ey. Wherever party prmeples were male the isue, the KtpuM.can paity was victorious. Jut see what a mas;, mfirent majonly MeKinhy bad tu Ohio. The ivueaio New York, Mas Cnetts and Iowa were purely loeal nd the democrat wn. 1 eipected Mr. Pelknsp's t lection in this distrtrt. A distrset with the mscufacinriOg in dntiie ttm district has, could hardly aSud to tlt a roan to Conpresa ajo is not aa ad to- ate of pretectioo." "I'm well p!sd With the preaerit SBsnaresuent of the Idfers Horn," aid Co. Sanford. at Sweeta last rigJ.t. ''Ceimmaniler Vit Kee ba ararre Iv had brre to get a good start, but everything at the Home is in evrV.ler.t co:1 too. Thtra isn't a sir.gle trace '.f interral Par:t' th'te, end every th:c; is as harsrtefiToaa as one e-uld ask. I wnt rrsent at the tnt vg whn Mr. MtKe waa slrtd ceim manant arid didn't krvow anyth nr about h?m hrs h anried the dut;s ef the p" t-ors. but Pro wed p eaaed with k a Bbaea-seeeut rtow." The IT chs. Aaron Mark, of Caledoria, waa el Ue ilulo j raters ay. lie waa aa eatbua;as.o as a school U oTer the reoeat rrputocaa violonee. and weal toiate tapy. C0SS1P CF THE HOTElaV Georga Clark, cf Jackavn, rsiaUre4 at tweet's Yesterday. G. F Haihdav, a prominent Ion a attoruey, d.t.d at Us livrtou yt alar day. 6. L. Alberts, cf IUTaana, reg atered at the Pajle yeaierda. lie Waa in the cdy buigg fooia. Mrs. K. W, FosUr, ef Newaygo, was in town shopping yeaterdav. Me waa a guaat a I U.a liorton. alias Neil e McHenry is ruest at the Morton, Trie nt of the company sue quartered at the Clarendon. 8. J. Water, a Nahv;lle carr.age nsauufacturer, took dir.r.tr at the Pndege-st. bcuae yeeterday, S, P. Pavia, a Constat tine gTan dealer, waa among t' Mion gau prvp'.e w ho registered at Sweet'a yuirday. Major Wstkics, of Hoc-k ford, formed himeif tuto a hollow jure and sur rounded a dinner at the iiagie j tter day. Chsa. Skinner, a Howard V.ty furni ture dealer, look dinner al the'Motlon ytrday. Ha waa accoajjauie t ly hia wifa. K. 11. Whitman, of Three P.rera, asm pled one of Colonel IP,eity'e d ut.era vertereiay". He to wtll pleaded ttiat lie tCM-k sapper tin r Ux Mrs. I'r. Kin-, of Muskegon, pal through Uie city on her way to tne Alma Sanatar.oiii. Her coin, n avm parmd her. I he p.rivat ear f l. en rial Mnptger Ilea Id, of theC. A W. L, had 1C( ti p.ar d at her di.poal. F. Martin and wife, of Portland, Ore-ton, were guests at ihe Monou, jestcrday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin ar Jlai-t on their wedding tr p. Mr. Martin ia tha proprietor ol a large fish and door factory in Portland. He :a com bining buinea with pleasure by bu ir.g lunder while on h;$ woxMn g trip. H esys business is pood in the West and waa hopeful for a good winter. The Hon. Frank E. Pore mm, of lh Portland licvirw, was cuet at the Morton, yesteni ey. Mr. I..rcmt:s is a young man, tut a Lustier. He was one of the legislative committee that drafted the prt-aent election law and many of the ideas of Ihat law are pro ducts cf his pica intellect. He taa been to Chicago purchaa;:.g a tie w press for the Poview, aa loth he and "the devil" are tired of manipulating a 1 aui prs. He hadn't anything in part.cular to oTer concerning the recent election, but he kept up a great thinking in re gard lo it. a ' DELAYED BY THE COUNCIL, Tha KUctrle Light Caatraetara WUh ta al Their Maata. "It is not altogether our fault," re torted Wrn. II. Powers, of the Grand Ilapida electro 1 ght company when asked by a Trle'Ikam Hekald re;orier as to what waa cauaiug the delay m fulhlling the I cht outract made with the city. "As far as we Lre concertuxl," he continued, 4,tho work has tnen pro g recii gas fatt aa possible. We have ordered to PoppWt valve enginea aud they are now teing made in Milwau kee. Th will furnish a combined toner of oOO horaes. Experienee has taught us that the Prush generat- ra is the mod rfllcient for prneiaiing the current for lia;ht in and we will put in a, sufficient nunnr with capacity enougii todotlie business." "Iluw aU)ut the towera" "They are leing built row by the rtar Iron T.wer company cf Fort Wayne. Our con tract calls for tn- dt liverv of tha last of them by January 25. They wdl corns here finished and can b ptit up in thirty days. It is quite probable that there er ct on will eornuief.re abut tfie middle of I)-c-mbr. l. ally the only thing wh eh is drlayir.g us the low nes of th Cfninri in decid n wijere the towers and mats re to te lo -atsl. The coninutte-e on la trips has lrn tue months trying t-v decide u;.)n the loca tions and are appsM-ntlv no n a- r an agreement now, than wh u the matter nits tirM bioo If it so that ne could take ailvatitsc ef this tvo Wf athrf a d k t the p l fi r the a oie lianc-js laffue the pr'.,i.d is frei-n a gtat dial e.f ijvpsi-. aould l eaved. V en n't strip 2 any w;n ut.til we incw T.iu-ri? thr Fgiits will t placed and what route to tak. The luft'n "s'ar" is dened freun ti e fact that the tipttcht Nama cd tbetowirs are in th shap of a star, so that trreal sitenj'th ran tr obtained by ssrt .hcig wi Ki t. Thi fotfedatiun f -f our new Hisi-r h ni ii nearly rra ly leir tl e (rick iavrs and I tnut say, tak j g ail in all, we are Ktll.ng along loetly." CPAVE DOJTS IM PlUC. frf at a tM tr a at)aat B-aramp anmt ln l ( J IS rlcf ao. In a Utter received by Major Pose, of this cdy, yesterday mori in?. Col. C. M. Irian, of KaUmar.oo, sen i.r '!1ter of the eccoul rrginu-nt of stvte troi., who relnrred recsrt'y from tha national Tonvrriti n of ruard c.cmi held ia Chicago, sajs ti at it was d. tided t bold a teu day'a e neaiepitf-nt of Ihe United State and ant lriK)ps during the world's fa. r. Inas-tndeut coior anon will 1 exduded. It is ea tmiH ttiat there will t arn b'.ed in the iar.len C;t on that oeaon li'O, f eohbera. The tiroe ap- iS iafrom Aurnt 10 to 20, Tbe fo'iowirg rea.Iution tTdred by Col. Cattleman, of Krntncky, as a l(1d: l"jvee. That it a the otnioa cf th cooTsr lion f ofTicera of the vo!on teer roll a that during tbe ear ihe militia i f every state eo'i utr tory end such irtion uf the regulsr errry if th Cn:td Stata as ar ti available should le broutbt together at er rtar Chicaco n a carcp of military instruc tion fr the period of ten iaya, end that the eot r f rstablshir?g and main taining such a rarop and tht tranaporta tion and B'.ibtw oea ft the teoe of the state I lroe I y lh l'u'td Statea. It is further resolved that tha reae-.l't-ttooa I awt t the t'sidrtt ef tbe l"nitd Mate i in tae fTerors f thd fIrrot avatea. N aT.C!fje pron. aee were tned in rsw gard t ettendirf the e?ftro pedant oext year as il was thought eor h action rn gfct jeopardize ta atterdetoa in Pach atate ill d-!j bow many tr"oft will srd. MK-h-.f-an waa Ter-re-aotr-al in te efrnvrntton r-y Cel. Irssh an! AdjiJtaM fer4erai Fsrrar. After the cio-f tha WfriTenlkn tbe Tis!tra wr rriTe a banquet at the armorv of tbe Tint lli.ns ir'ant-y, tfcich we, ra itssr,f't: of the grare est affairs ia UtUiiary Latter.