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r THE DIVORCE MILL.

A TALK WITH BEGOLE.

Morning Telegram, GRAM) RAPIDS. DEC. 31, li&L

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The Amusement Club ive An entertain meat at the residence of A. I'rtusaer evfcuinj.

Secretary CariM, of the Itoard of Health, wan o ill yett rday a to require the attention of a Iiev. P. M( rdyk will preach an old year Sermon in tht t'ir-- t U formed Church this evein at 7::0 o'clock. Chief Detective James L. Moran is ill w uh er ipela.s in the head, and dan-yvroas-

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is CotlliJit d to his bed. Mu'ici uM will be scarce here

cvenin,', nearly all of them being engaged to play ai country balls. In t!i new regiment bein organized in th Slit-- , the Valley City Light Artillery

known as Co. V. under the influence of the run, was rising at the rate of an mi hour yesterday. ;ud that the saloonista are talking of It bij cottnu' the citizens who compose the La v and )rder League. Mr. Thornton, the Law and Order League ;! iit, preeutiu the saloons with pain-- I .hlet- containing the laws. It U orlicially announced that A. M. NichoN severs his connection with the C. fc W. M. Kailroad Th r!.i.-- t Side Kink, last night, as has been ti n rule; since the rixr wjv3 repaired, was full of boys, men and maidens. Wilbar lloyce, the insane young man nt thn j vil U growing worse. Yesterday he raved fearfully and was very violent. The accountant' in many of the manufacturing institution are busy preparing their annual exhibits of the year3 business. CharnpUn Post G. A. R. give a benefit ball next Friday evening, the proceeds of which veteran who is will bo given to a out of work. S. S. Kink aid was boisterously drunk on Wat'-rlstreet last night, He ran against Patrolmau Graves and was taken to police will

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headquarters. Joseph Orton, aged sixteen,' was arrested yesterday for stealing a saw dust belt from John Mhiut's saw mill. He will have a hearing in the Pal ice Court this morning. The Carpenters Union held their weekly meeting last evening in their hall at the corner of Canal and Pearl streets. The annual e!t ctiou of ollicers will be held next week. The Fourth Annual Grand Concert and l ill of the Harris Club, will be given at the HriJgj Street House on Monday evening, January "J's the anniversary of the great tt:-poet's birth. Mr. Annie Uobr, the woman given lodg-v- i in bi. Mark's Home Sunday evening, a - been out back to Ottawa county, where he cam from. She is a widow in a delicate cor. htioa and absolutely destitute. il ice broke up in the river yeaterday, ;.d r l! e intlaonce of the thaw. Above the t.Uuv it gorg,-- to such an extent that before ctuld lift it over, large masses of tii c i.:e were shoved high up on the banks. Uo .ve and Geo. Sheldon were arrested by il teetive Gast on the suspicion of I tirrl vr and larceny. 'I hey are supposed to t, iv had a hand in breaking into a Canal Tret irauraut and stealing some rncal therefrom. '.ci Th ruitetl States Kt press delivery wagon a burr from a front wheel near the cor-t- e r of North Division and Monroe streets !iiug. Shortly after the wheel aim e orT i:id the wagon w;u stranded and slight damages. The Grand Uapids t Indiana Railroad forty or fifty of (Niuipany will h

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request reached Mr. Begole a short time since from certain members of the New Or leans Commissioners, that he petition Presi dent Arthur for Mr. F. M. Carroll's removal as United States Commissioner to that Ex position. But he refused, saying that he had gone to the extent of his authority when he revoked Mr. Carroll's commission as State Commissioner. lie also said he would not have done that if it had not been apparent that harmony could not be secured in the Commission without it, and spoke in the most kindly terms of Mr, Carrol." "The Governor says as soon as he gets his business matters closed up, he will devote his entire time, fortune and abilities to the interests of the grand old Greenback party, though judging from expressions made by Democratic leaders, the latter are desirous of adopting the main planks, (labor, land and finance) of our party and thus merging the two solidly into one." "Since there are no more offices at hlsdis posal, or pardons that he will grant, the Governor i3 being besieged by Democrats and Greenbacken all over the State for his A

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Cleveland in influence with President-elec- t order to secure patronage. He has alreadypledged himself for the Marshalship of the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan Mr. and the Port Huron collectors hi p. Innos smilingly declined giving names. He has already received over 2T0 solicitations, personal and otherwise, for the new Presi dent's patronage. This comes from the fact that it is credably intimated that his influence is potent with the incoming ad -

ministration."

The Sons of Veterans. At the meeting of the Sons of Veterans last evening, it was decided to have a public installation on Tuesday next of the officers to servo during the ensuing year, and the ceremony to be followed by a hard-tacsocial. Chief Mustering Officer KowUon, of Hills dale, will net ns installing officer. All friends of the Sons of Vets., particularly members of Custer and Champlin Posts G. A. II., and their families, are cordially invited. The proceeds are to be invented in furnishing camp, and a relief fund for needy veterans. k

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GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN BRACELFTS.

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city free of charge. This offer I will .hold open for the neit thirty days. In the meantime I invite the public to call at my store to examine the Sohmer, which is the standard of excellence.

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Piano to be Given Away. It has been stated by certain competitors through advertisements nnd in conversation with people that the Sohmer piano is a "second-class- '' nnd nn "inferior" instrument. In order to give them a chance to substantiate these statements publicly I will make the following offer: If these parties will bring competent authority nnd proof that the Sohmer is not a piano in tone, action, material, " workmanship nnd durabilityin fact in every repect I will give the finest piano nt my store to a worthy mnsical society of this

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Our $18.00 Olive Colored lllhhed Catisimere are now f'J.ir,. Our $15 Stylish Overcoats are now $!PJ0, Our $8.50 Storm Overcoats, Brown Mixed, are now$4Ar.

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The finest assortment of Cutters in the city at A. R. Antisdel's.

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Our $25 Blue Mixed Chinchilla, with Silk Velvet Collar and Satin Sleeve Lining, are now $14.05.

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That Brummeler, the Monnv grocer, is again prepared to meet hi customers with a full line of groceries Yon will find thf r? nice sugar, maple ymp, fine mok candy

Satin Lined, Double Breasted Kersey Overcoats with raised seams, in Blue or Drown, are now $16.

Our $30

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Genuine Morocco albums $1.75, 2.25, $3 $3. 10 and 4. Leather albums 75 cents to $2.40. Leatherette albums 25 cents to 1, Ladies hand bags, in plush, morocco and allegator, will be found way down in price, from 25 cents to $2.4'.). Autograph albums and scrap books have met the same fate, and are marked at figures to sell at sight. This a rare opportunity to buy these goods very cheap, nnd no time should be lost in taking advantage of it. For decided bargains go to Winegar's, in Porter block.

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The great overcoat sales among the clothing men has started Winegar on the warbegins a slaughter sale in path, and ladies hand bags, photograph and autograph albums and scrap books. Bottom price have not only been reached, but the bottom has fallen out completely. Noto the treSilk plush photo mendous reductions. albums at 1.2. s 1.!)S, $2.50, 3.10, S3.7r. Same goods sold last week at 2.00, ,v3.r0,

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Not a day in eight years without pain, and is cured by the use of Steketee's Neuralgia Drops. So fays L. P. Hollenbeck, attorney-at-laof Cortland, N. Y. Any one wishing to see and read the letter can do so by calling at my store. The letter is too long for publication.

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We warrant all of the goods we sell, and we buy our goods iJ ckiup as any one in the State, an we buy in lots of 50 and 100 of a kind. We jmrehasiU our Overeat late in the and of linns who needed money badly, at 33 3 to 50 jer cent below market value. Rut no matter how low we offered the fine ones, fur vr sold but very few, and now we are going to 6&crefiw them even at u loa of 15 to 25 cent on the cost All we ask is to compare our goode with thobe of otlier houBts, and we will prove to you that our prices are as low and even lower than those offard by others, and that our goods are as well made.

The Finest Display. $30 Blue and Brown Chinchilla made to order for

many; Kings County, New York; Rochester

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Are conceded by all to be lower than those of any firm in the state.

OVERCOATS MADE TO ORDER.

German, Rochester; Agricultural, of New York; Germania, of Cincinnati.

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Removal.. R. B. Loomis insurance agent, hereby informs the public that he has removed his insurance office from 43 Pearl street to the basement of the Fourth National Bank, corner of Lyon and Canal streets, where he will be pleased to meet his friends .and patrons. Represented in l is agency are the following reliable companies: Lion, of England; Transatlantic, of Hamburg, Ger-

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Th-- ' cae of Flavia Snider, of Alpine, was he'ird in part yesterday before Judgn Perkins of ti e Probate Court. An Application ii pending to pronounce Mr. Snider insane and incarcerate her in the Kalamooonsylnrn. I Law and .Order. e lieanng of the case will be continued today. The executive committee of the Law and Tlm(irand Kapids Fire Insurance Com-pn- y Order league held a regular meeting at the !i.s commenced pnKecdings in the Kigle Hotel last night. Agent Thornton K r,t Circuit Cnrt to fore'hio a mortgage lo m report 11. i (roxlsell's a Vfrgeunes of several violations of the N. on of f f rn. Thf Old National 15 ink having nch as saloons selling without licfn'e, Iar, m! th.. property ina after th? failure is kfeping op?n after hours, and selling to ma t a d.feu'.lent iti the uit evila the matter of the opening and widening minor. The lieigue will work up the against complaints dence :. and the institute ; street iti th Superior Court yeter-ihof t ev-- 'i attorney represented M many violator. The League do not rropoe to 'Thew is strong ti fer' nt contestants, r with any one's bneines anj further ovp.wltj.t to the opening of this tr t, not-a- ; int:iff e that they ke?p within the laws. to than !y bv t',. S'ribner Hrothers, in whoe ; the urpoied improvement is largely r oh d. A Case in Chancery. T' e examination of Jennings, Slih And The jnity en.' of David T. Chadwick. of bt?f-M,h!en tvn Justice Ucst-fttownship, was beard ysterday by Paris irly. On Amount of the lrg? VtPT C .' v;t iti?' Tl Ved the p rOC'xJ l g held Judg Montgomery. The complainant and Court room. S. D. Clay and defendant are Tuber and son, and the forri the Superior !', M;'l?ride J pe-Jo'V-for th defense, Attorney Carroll mer i endeavoring to rectwer money eaid to an. I A i'.t l'nseeutir-i feop.. Ihe examination will be bar teen loaned by th latter cpon condition rn fulfilled. Noto;hMr,dfcg this tb it is claimed, turned cd man out of y-

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An Aggravated Case Presented by An Afflicted Wife. TIRED FROM HIS LATE LABORS. There apj irs ou the Sup rior Court ducket r of mariud infelicity, in of jesterday, a Besieged bf Applicants for Pardons which the orairit ttls fonh iu a bill of comComTh Books Closed-Carro- ll's conjugal plaint against hcrhutb'iuJ.ali-tothe knot, suiiicicnt to untie wrong connubinl Purposes. missionPolitical though it were tied with the marline-pik- e of a forty paron pw er. The parties namtl in Mr. Will A. I mien, laU Secretory of the the bill for divorce enjoy the untuphonious Greenback State Committee, vnsittd Gov. names of Altjtn A.ink and (ierrit J&n ikgole at Flint ou Monday, and rtturntd Assink, and Altjen tells her rueful bile to jtcterday noon. A representative of The about the following effect: Sho and Gerrit MoiofiNo Telixuum calltxl on Mr. Iunw at Jan joined hands and whatever hearts were the Hathbun Hooj laot etkning, and upon represented in the contract, iu this city, about requesting an intferview upon the subject of four years ago. his recent vieit to Flint gathered the followd No children blessed the union of this ing: Altjen solemnly assert- tliatGerrt t Jan "I went to Flint for the purpose of seeing entirely subverted the family relations of the Governor Bcgolu upon private business. lie oratrix and made said marriage relations was not looking well, but complained of unendurable by a continuous course of evil fetliDg tired aa he liad been working very and malicious conduct, without fault or hard recently. On the subject of pardons provocation ou her part. That he used vile you can state that on Saturday last he had language and epithets toward her, called her twenty-tw- o applications for pardon. Among Cyprian, a beast, and other vile thone you can name Congressman Mayberry, names; cursed her up lull and down dale on Mayor Cook, of Muskegon, and F. F. Kutts, various and divers occasions, and accused of tins city, as petitioners. To all of the her "of illict intercourse with different twenty-twthe Gorernor refused to lisparticularly with her father and other ten, as the pardon books are positively relations." lJy such abusive, malicious closed. Yesterday morning before half-paand inhuman treatment the oratrix asserts six o'clock, and before he had risen. Goverher marriage relations wero4 rendered intolnor Degole was called on by four different erable. Farther fdie says that after Jan. 10, persona who came to plead for pardons. Of 1883, Gerret Jan re fused and still refuses to Mayor 'Joseph II. Mabley, of Jack-Bothe provide for her support, though able eo to waa one with a petition for a young do; that when he did provide for her it was man in prison for his third offence; another, of the poorest kind and meanest sort, and was an old lady from Washtenaw compiled her to do her own work and wash parCounty, pleading the for for other families, by which her health was her who enfeebled and her life made utterly miserdon husband, of had been sentenced to a term of three years able. for beating her. Another waa an old lady of To complete the enormity of the bill the about the same age, with six young children accused is charged with having laid violent asking for the pardon of her hnsband who hands on her, on one or more occasions, had been sentenced to a term of forty-fiv- e that he has become an habitual drunkard, year; for murder; (an odd feature in this and at times imbibes large quantities of List case, was that among other let- spirituous and intoxicating liquors; that if ter she presented, waa one from the he was a drunkard before she married him, prison warden stating that the man she did not know it and he fraudulently was a dangerous, intractable prisoner concealed it from her. A petition for temwhom it would not be safe to liberate). porary alimony and expenses accompanies Another was a man from Wayne county askthe bill for divorce, and if the half asserted ing that a pardon be granted for a man be true, there can be but little doubt that incarcerated for grand larceny, and all these before another moon wanes Altjen Assink the Governor refused. It has not been an and Gerrit Jan ditto, will be twain as when to she, Altjen, wa3 a maiden. uncommon thing for the pardon-seekecome at all hours of the night as well as day. The Governor called my particular attention To the Public to the fact that he had never pardoned a Grand Rapids, Mich., Dec. 29, 1SS4. Mb. Geo. G. Steketee: I wish to say man that has been sent to prison the public that I have been troubled for a second offense.- - He thinks time will to many years with Rheumatism, and nothfor justify him in his action in the Van Wago- ing would euro me, no matter what I used. ner case, and though he has nothing against Yes, I paid a great deal of money to emiJudge Hawes, the official records will show nent physicians in Holland, Europe; none cure me. I am happy to say that two that the original sentence was for twenty could bottles of Steketee's Neural'jia Drops and two years, and then twenty-fiv- e more were added, of Steketee' s Liniment has entirely cured me. It is nearly a year since I used said medipresumably in anger.' cine, and have had no further use for mediCVHEOLL's CASE. A130UT its weight in gold to me. " By the way, here is something I learned, cine. It is worth A. S. River Avenue.

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