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(j(X)U ; I JUJS I OR GE.N-
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GUAM) RAPIDS, DEC. 31. lbHL
M I.N OK MICHIGAN MATrtKi
Arm XtIajc Li to have the Cantata of
U Vi have a mht-cho.d which
U1 OJcU JdUi. .r.
The dry veli. iu Ikrrieii euuiity uuht to
he tilling ui luw.
Arx ice hritl has already forimd at the
foot of I .ate liurori.
Detroit people are cotiaiderinj the project
of hatixij a charity halL
Hi)rticTilt:iri.-U at AiU-an have now de
cl.lc'1 tL'tt thrj peach ud are all ri'ht.
Tho Mii.'krjQ Valley furuitur factory'
which vUcd tor the holiday will re-oiu
thi.i Wee.
llevt'run, who e-cap-i from the Lapeer
j ul ftouit moiithi tt j), h naft-ly housed aaiu
at Lapver.
The Jack-on Y. M. G, A. aire tittup their
room up fiaely and will soon open them Ui
the public.
The clothing Lou. of J. H. Green, of
Charlotte, wiii clofitsil on a chattel inortae
f Saturday ni0'hL.
A a!om iu Port Huron wa- broken into
oa Sunday morning and $ 10 worth of li.puor
ami tabaceu ntolen.
Fourteen new ca.c of diphtheria were re
ported in Detroit between noon of Saturday
and noon of Monday.
Tho Temj'lj curtain roller factory will re
main at Muskegon provided the citizens
rai-.o a Injiim of .t,(juj.
Cluirh liaker, of Jack.on, stole $i!00froxn
David Morrid at Frankfort on SaudAy ni'ht
and left for part. unknown.
Mu-ke0'oii claim a wonderful crow. It
can talk very distinctly and loerfeH in
?tmct to a remarkable decree.
The IV14 Kapid Industrial School, which
ched Dec. I'J with an attendance of forty
one students, will re-open Jan. 5.
A member of the Odd Fellows' ordtr at
Muskegon wan killed at Harrison, CL;e
county. It in believed that hi friend are in
Canada.
Duvillo Hubbard, of Marshall, died on
Monday afternoon. He wa taken sick last
Friday. Tho cause of hi death was stricture
of the intestines.
The tus at Ludin'ton fell short $l,.r00 in
their earning the past reason a compared
with the reason of It wa much tho
ame in Muskegon.
The change in tho location of the iost
ctrce at Ionia i considered a nuisance by
tho-e who t'o to the old office before they
notice that it i oue.
- W illiam Hemingway, ex-raember of tho
f legislature ami a prominent man in the
- vicity of J ,i 1 peer, died in Lapeer on Sunday
morning of brain fever.
Tho Kalamazoo Iaw and Order League
have ent a petition to Gov. Beole asking
him to revoke the commutation of Dan
Van Vaj;ener sentence.
John Mack, of Bay City, will sue the city
for U0 damage, lie fell through the
sidewalk when the city was paving the street
last summer and injured himself.
A merchant of Otsego who ha been in
f liliu; health for n year past was, on Friday
ni'ht relieved of a needle which worked out
of hi side. He is now able to be out.
Ishpeiniuz ladie are t:oin to make an in
novation on New Year' day. Instead of
receiving the time-honored call they will
Kive a ,rrand progressive euchre party.
William Kubo, of Pontiac, ha been
sentenced to three year and nine month at
tho State Prison at Jackson. He is suspected
of attempting to break jail on Saturday.
Abjut noon Monday George Kiley, whilo
putting ice on Mack Kiver, at Tort Huron,
fell and broke hi neck, dyin instantly. He
wa aetl thirty-live and leave a wife.
One of the finest collection of United
State money in the. country i in the pos
session of Warren Gee, Of Spring Lake. Ho
ha also a large lot of miscellaneous foreign
coins.
The wife of Alfred Freese, who was killed
at the World' Exposition building a few
day ago, i living in Hay City. He was a
carpenter by trade and formerly lived in
that city.
The Hart Hrothers, of Green Bay, have
tonght tho steam-barge, C. W. Moore, of
Srttigntuck, for $lLfiO. She will be used to
carry passengers between Green Bay and
Manisti'pue.
M. T. Ryan, publisher of the Allegan Dem
orru pronounce false tho statement that
Will J. Sproat, former editor of the late
Grand Rapid J'mlical, is to assume charge
Of the Democrat,
Bandit entered tho Catholic church and
honso of tho priest at Cortelo, Galicia, for
tho purpose of pillage. Failing to get mon
ey, they tie I the priest in a heap of straw
and burned him to death.
Kdward Kdgerton, alia William Batfinan
and Arthur Boyd, the forger operator at
S ginaw City, Bay City and Ann Arbor in
November, was pentenced to five year at
Jackson Monday evening.
The meeting of county examiners of
Mchool wa held at Lansing Monday after
noon, J. O. Flow man presiding. The report
of the committee to draft a plan for the
organization of the society was adopted.
The thirty-fourth annual meeting of the
Michigan State Teacher' Association open
ed in Representative Hall at Lansing on
Monday night. The teachers wero to be
given n reception by Gov. Begole last night.
Many will be surprised to learn that there
is a gixd deal of pine left standing in Allo
xan county. Dewing it So4, the extensive
Kalamazoo lumbermen, estimate that they
have enongh standing timber to run their
mill for th next four years.
The store of J. II. Green, a Charlotte
clothier. wa closed Saturday by John Levi
on a chattel mortgig amonnting to ll,i:U.
The liabilities are climated at i2.",(), and
the stock will probably invoiw $110X).
F. vtern creditor will be the heaviest lo"er.
George Reily, one of the ice cutter worx
ingou Black River, nccidently fell into the
water, but wa reued and went homo and
made a change of clothing, returning o
work. About noon he fell on the ice in pnch
a m miiT a to break hi neck And died im-medi-ttely.
George Richardson, Wallace Kennedy,
Daniel Angel and Thresher, known to police
circle n- the Lnotule gang, have been
bunted do'.vn and were jailed at Grand
Havn on Monday for suspected burglaries
reo-n'.ly perpetrated in the northern portion
of the county.
It won!d e m that the cry of dull timr
among th ?n:irif aeturr r thi year h not
b.- n witlvut fomulatii u. Th annual re-
vn- of ti e lumber cut of the Saginaw river
a?-v. t!-.t tvSiile thn season's cut has tvn
s'lrp--'-!' d only tn tcp ince thp establishment
of th t u-suio-is, th'? slupment hare Iwn
lighter in proprtin than usual.
Holloway (;'igh. a colors! man in tho em
ploy of th Birtree ciret factory at J'ckon
engineer, h ul s.'tn do-ding with Gould
? rae. s rd ---t.af firm of that city.
TK-v cl iu that Oou-h owed them ." for
w-r.oh thev had a deed of hi house nd lot.
h ?nr lay (ro;K-i eecureil t'se ibvnl to how to
, i or. and w3nt ti the reiter nihee
ad h d it
: ! jailed
rr-.'lter. 1
r"-eonbl. (rough was arrested
Hhn nrrf'tpxl h flourished a
it. the iriOr scnnnl th.e weapon
an ! haudc-a
A I.-n-i
1.
ng dipdch of Monday ay-:
TVeV
1 r of
e h
a
ad jnarr f-iil of lad, mm
g of jong th.ieres, whom ti e
fohre havbeen t-nngtn ; m ail morning.
brinjin ; in all
f i? o-p, furs, kr
!vv 1 ' ?t ssr.
ve and
It is
N'ono of
hai'dV rr'd. fs
V d ;p at a
t ! .or 4 Or f
d t-. -u'at ion.
n, and some &r$ ro.tfpn
.:i?s old. The t hi g-t fornl of pl mdr
d irivg Ooidrr.n n-k.
rl4fy:rj..-iit w;ti ! !j iXil yu m. u...
iNTUXHiKNT Mt:N, WITH FXl'LTtltNCE
I iu HU-i,:i: r w to perid tiii-e to Wru.
va,atAjtjua hitr?ififc trsniAoyuim in aay l-arl of
thi hid.!? by tuldrii.. with rrfrue?, J. (J.
luhr, HuUaeicUi tli:k, ljraxl lia.pidi.
w
ANTKO-l HAVK A NXMHtli. OF ( OM-l-nt
Kirls wandins pLe in priJt taiil-
lir. Ctdl 4nd i.-ure Ki help. J. K IMy, 17
3Iouron or fel Otu fctn-t.
FOR SALE.
FOR 8A!.K-rJ ACKKS OF LAM. NO. 1
btnl, I'Jacrew ixn pro veil, &m hmioe and barn,
ni ipriru vntrr, IaK j orrhiird, no waete Ltud;
twJiia-M well timbensi with bird'-s-jit uiapl Wid
r k -lm: H'l market n-Hr: for cheau.
Itouiu IrJ, Ho(umiin blk, t'.. W. To-r.
J I OU bhck from tr-t railway, aiui $10
it mouth will rvnt a Kod fetor. L. S. t'roviu,
lom r5, Lo-tt'i hhx k, upijriu Swt'i Ilutd.
FOR HA I dToR RE.NT - A NKW HIX-ROOM
eottv? on ( Vntrr fctrect. (i. W. lVrkinn.
FOR RENT.
FOR RKNT STOb'K-'JH W. It ROAD WAY
atrial to rent etap, W. lAfayette, W
.Mvhanic, 'J llarelay htrwt kiid a k ' boanl
inghou. $l.tM aial $t,"4W) to
loan. Tuttle brtM., of r Arcade.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTKl) - IT.Oru: TO KNOW THAT I
have t-wtahhshHd a hpt-clartrt Intellinc
OtticH with noriH bnt Koid reliable help olfereil,
and will bn plud to snpplr my patron with
any detsired kintl of help. 1 have now a few com.
p t nt irln deirin? uituations. (iiveme a call.
11. A. Urtki, 117 AlonroM htrwt, lloom 5,
AMUSEMENTS.
Redmond's Grand OperaHouse
W. II. 1'owEtts, - - Manager.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 31 & Jan. 1
Ami (J rami New Year' ."Mat I nee.
MISS
Louise Sylvester
Supported by her own excellent company, will
present, Wednesday evening, a 1'rotean
Play in three acts, entitled
"LITTLE FERRETT"
In which Mi- Sylvester will assume seven differ
ent characters, with nongs, (hinces. Hnnjo
hoIoh, etc. Harridan & Hart's latest
muuic. Tliurstlay evenimj. a three
act comedy entitled
"FREAKS."
Popular Prices 73, R0 an(i 2 cents. Matineo
pricoH, adults fiOc, children 2Sc. Keerved seats
75 cent, on sale at Friedrich Uros.V Music Store,
commencing Tuesday, Dec. 30.
Powers's Opera House.
Wjl II. Poweks, - - Manager.
Two Nights and Saturday Matinee,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
JANUARY 2 AND 3.
6 A Dramatic Dcivrfroji,
J
Under the management of Mr. Chas. Froham, in
her great New York Success,
CAPRICE, or The Rustic Bride.
MINNIE MADDERNa Mekcy Baxtejb.
In the pnnluction of which MISS MADDERN
will Im? 8DpiH)rtel by an auxiliary of
picked players.
Popular Prices $1, 75, 50, 35 and 25 cents.
Matinee Saturday af tern oon-adults, 50 cents:
children. 25 cents. Reserved seats on sale at
Hall's News Koom, commencing Wednesday,
Ic. 31. t
GRAND RAPIDS
TO
KEW ORLEANS
AND KETUKN.
Only ono Change of Cars, via tho
Chicago & West Michigan Railway.
J. U. PALMER,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. 13. MULLIKEN,
General Manager.
REMEMBER THAT
GOOSSBN,
IS SELLING-
W O O 3D-
In small quantities as well a in car-load lota
1 49 Monroo St.
NEW CROP
ArOLUTELY PURE NEW PROCESS
BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR
JuM lle-eiTNj and for in any qnantiry by
525 and 527 South Division St. Grand Rapids
MUSICAL.
OWEN I. TURTLE,
erH.ti f f Pr. n'MiTF'tt.'a Mn?irr Shl, and
th N"w I'ne'.And ('or.rTtry of Mruic. Thr
f VeMo rnltn.r, Sinzir.rf. IfArnrtiT nd iVmpo
;tion. 4, Whi? Hlf:k. vi Motn tr(t
Yr fall Information, call or jMltlri.
FOI PRICES
or
COAL, WOOD, LIME, CEMENT
A. B. KNOWLSON.
3 Canal St., r.i-;-r.t.
rTt- i v- . i-f
Mice Minnip Marlrlprn
IIIIUU IIIIIIIIIU IflUUUUIII
mAB
ARE LIVING UP TO THEIR
torm
sf "tot rs
Still Continues with Unabated Success.
We have a large and elegant lino of medium-weight Overcoats
iii Imported Meltons, Kerseys, Corkscrews and Diagonals suit
able for spring and fall wear.
We have woke up the Clothing Merchants of Grand Rapids
but wo have not come here to be undersold and no matter what
prices they quote on Overcoats, wo will still go one better.
Come and see us and look at our Overcoats and prices whether
you wish to purchase or not. Remember this sale to continue
ONLY SEVEN DAYS LONGER.
MABLEY & COMPANY,
37 Canal Street, Grand Rapids,
Oie !fe tee
GOUGH
Cures Sore Throat, Chest and Lung diseases, Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Tickling of the Throat. Very pleasant to take. It
regulates the bowels. It is the largest bottle for the price known,
try it, the price is only 25; cents.
i
GEO. G. STEKETEE, Sole Proprietor,
89 MONROE ST, GRAND RAPIDS.
STEKETEE'S
Sure Cure, price 50 cents For sale
T H A T
LEY & GOPAMY
ADVERTISEMENTS AND THEIR TERRIFIC SLAUGHTER
SALE OF FINE
Coats and
PIOISIIITIIIVIE
ALSO
WHOOPING
L 1 1 J
Ulsters.
COUGH CURE
at same place.
VALLEY CITY STEAM DYEING, SCCO
ING and REPAIRING WORKS. I
Office, 71 J Amis St. a tut M Ixtnt St.
tSXfcke r wwk ll.w (. joa will i&
RAILROAD TIME TABLK3 '
Grand Hapids ti IndlifiS,
aoisa SOUTH.
Arriie. Ittav.
Pelutkfj & Mat&iufcC Jlx .45J.ua
CiiifiauAii A Mhckiii&c tlx. fcuu 1 :t-L m
tt. W tvxitf X Grtoiti lUitii Hi. m i iV,m
iirtmd l l'diiiAC Ac. 7:1 J
G01XU SOUTH.
(Uuciaiibti llx 1W ha
Mitvkuibc A ( lariuntiU llx 4 id im 4 Ji5 o
Mat kiii&c A Ft. Uajiitflli mzZ am IMi m
Cdiic A (tnuid lwi(ui( Ac . . '.4xj.iii
Ail ir&iii dillj t-xciit bimcLiy.
South Vmia learmg at i. m. Lk VKid
rail biwiu )bJ ftr lMkej- and Muckii
(lity. Ti.iu lvvlij at IJ't fc, in. he i'Ltdr (lu
tor Tntverx ( jfy,
Somi Truin lfhvinpiit 4:S5 jv. ia. Ias 'VikkI
ruft &jiri l'.r for CuicmiiHti.
'J'LrCKlKfi tic kf t OJti . lm tbUUUtiJ h.t UliiiB
Ticket (hiii, xrcer Mutn fciai Ottawa StrtvU
and &t Uuiou DejH. C. U I AX KWOOD,
Detroit, Grand Haven Is. Milwaukee
uoisu WKST.
Arriva. 1V6,
tMornitig Lijinoi 12.4J Jim 1.!-ib
flLroiiKii Mull t:10im Ul j,m
fStaaailKjat tliir6.... lUA)iin
tMixwi 7:10 ftjt
NitfLt Kxirt LAO lun t.3Ja4C
G0JSG KAST.
tStniiUat llirt , 63) am
JThrouirli Mail KUO am l'.tli ace
Iimiui Kiprww ii5fjm IU'M
Atluitic Kxprt i 45 irni l;.4ij)m
tMixt!, with Hach lvM aia
t Dally, bandhj h fxwj't!. Daily.
rafntfr takiai? the 6 S) a. tlx. Kxpmsa tnke
cU c-ociiwtiotif at Owostri for Ijitiw-ing, and at
DHroit fur New i'oik. arririiig ti.rns at loiX) a. ia
Ui following roorciir.
Nitfiit KijTwha lias local bUtviiiatf Car Dftrnit to
Gmiid Jlaiada.
This i the only line rnxitiiiu? Atiaiitic lliprt
lvinK Lei-? at 1l:4S p. inM wjth fciwiiinc (r m
iKitroit, makiii4 diinct triijectioti(s for all iiiita
fcjit-t, arriving at New York 7 a. ru. the
momin.
Parlor Car tm mail trains Uiii t and wt.
The train lnatin at l:U m wiii njKks iire
connection with Milwaakwe jner daily, exc?p
banday.
Tlirotufh ticket wfemi at D.. G. H. A M. o!lic
in Mortfin llone hlfK'k. ani at tlp dejmt.
D. Itil'J t.li. City 1 W A nt.
GtO. R KLl'VE. Traffic Mauser. (Ihici.
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern.
(KXLAUAZOO XilTlKlON.)
Arrhe- Itk
Kxprt '. 7x)ini 3ii am
Mail am 4sUxm
A1J train daily vxcpt banday.
Tlie train lvin at 4 i. m. cociitx t rt Wliite
Piren with Atlantic Kxine in Main Lane,
which liaii Palace Irawiurf lm hii.iiiji
Oiacltf from (Ihicago to New York and lto-tu
without change.
1 he tram leaving at SI a. re. co&nert at v h
Piwn (inring ne hwir for dinner) v ith ici
New York Lxin5Ni on Main Line.
Through ticket and Urth in bh-iiinir Coach
CAn be Bcnred at Union Ticket Oihee, e7 Mur
btm-t, axd Detot-
All trains will run by Vlh meridian time, w hich
is JW minutes klower tljt.n Dtr.it time.
J. V. McKLNNLY. tion'l Apt.
Michigan CentraL
(UIUND EAriDS DIVISION.)
Del ATi.
Arrive,
tiU) am
U-Zi am
i;n
Dctxf.it Kx TfiJWam
Iay KxprtiKR.. r4!:4.Sxtm
Pacific Kx...
lxKvJ Pa9...
Mail .........
Way FrrVjjt .
N. Y.llxprewa . 6i0pm
Atlantic Ex.. . V2itk
Waj Freight.. 8iJ am
t Parlor car attached.
o :1 5 m
(i'd Iiarndts LxtlJS im
lee)im?car attached.
Pacific and New Ytrk ELxi-rv daily.
iajanc
rRinuiuJy ?rv-jt riandaja.
New York Pa-t Une n;n laily, erriTing
Detroit at l2Xt a. rn.. and New York at ID ociick
the next evening.
A train lnve I)etrit at 4 t. mM except rviru
lay. with Drawing Kra and ParJ(r (-art for
Grand IL-ij i Is. nviching her t 1U x. m.
Direct and prompt connection ma;fe with Great
Western. Granl Trunk anl Can a. la boutirem
train, in aame dejKit at Detrr.iU thu aroiciK
transfer.
The Detroit Kxpr bving at f if) a. m. ha
Drawing Itoorn and Parhr Car for jMroit, reach
ing that city at 11:43 a. n. New Yrrk 1'oMJ a, rn
and Jkton iL ) p. m. next day.
Through ticket for all iiM and lepirg oai
IjertliS may te pntcuml at Union Tic ket Oihce
corner Monro' and Ottawa btrwte, and at Union
Depot.
J. T. bCHULTZ, Gen'l AgU V7 Monnbu
Go. W. MrKhOH, Ticket Ag"nt, City.
J. b. Hawkins, Ticket Agont, Dep
Chicago & West Michigan.
1ave.
Mail t VIS am
Dy Kxprem..p2:2T pm
Nicht Kxpn. VS pm
Arrirt,
Night Ilxprew C f) am
Mail 1 4 C7 ji
ly J.xpr'..tlu) X'to
lHuy. tDr.ily exe'pt b?inlty,
Union D"it on lorn htrf-t.
Tlirough cif h to Chicago and To)li en
9l5a.ro. tnun. Thnngh par lor r to ( Licago
on 12T p, m train. Thringh lNiUman (Klrp
ing-car and coftlto Chicago on V2Z p. m. train.
NKWAYGO DIVISION.
Ive. Arrirft.
Kxpree 1 Kio am iyjr am
Kxprew - 1 :' pm 4 J S pm
Mixed, 4Uam f..lipra
Diart from Wet bid IVrvt.
Train leave from and arrive at Union D
ot- Tl.eDorthem trmjnn of thi Divifioa i
lal lwin,on F. A P. M. Ily.
J. 1L Cjtritr, GenT Frt igKt and Vtv. Agent,
Oicv yt) Mnro Street.
Gko. W. Mr5o?c. Ticket Ag-nt, City.
Michigan & Ohio Railroad.
PaewTigr Ti"1 Table.
Going Wt. (CTjlral Time.) GingllAt.
Mxd. Pa. Pai.
Paw. Paw. Mx1
A. It. A. M. F. M.
a. n. r. r. u.
At ii:K t.i; ttr.
zn IX?
" 7t iMijm
Toh...
, rnTt"h. "
...Homer .. "
..Marshall . M
li.Crk. l.y
2:42
t;2
7:2-'
7 11 1:12
tui Ar.
p. ' ,
4-J 12 42
r.. 11
.... ll:r
....
HI
11
1:45
4n
6:10
. Motrin. '
.G'd I Uj rid. M
TEAIS CXKKTTlJF.
Toll with J1 mile!. dirgirig. TTrr!h
with K K. A M. H. Homr with I H. h VL h
Iming Division and Air Un M. C. Marfhail
with M, C. )L It. HaMJ l r k with Ci"H A
firand Trunk arul M. C. H. U. M'r.t"ith. l. )L. A
L llen with C. A W. M., r r-i M. H.
LU J 111.11 ALU IN. Gi-ti'i Pa- Art
. ... -t
An lndcprident fewspapsr cf
Democratic Prirxip-cs, but nrt Con
trolled by sny Set cf Politicians cr
Manipulator ; Dcvc!ed to Co-led
Ingand Pub'isSing &U tSe New c!
tne Day in tne most Ir.lercstir
SHape end with the o;rP2ttst pm
b'e Promptnesfc. Accuracy and lm
pa-tlality ; and to the Prcmotion cS
Democratic Ideal ad Po'icy in the
a'fairs d Govcrr.-r-et Society and
Indict 7.
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