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(ii:ANi uaimuh. fed. (i, ism
K::i .- h hav 7." i ili enrolled.
1'r.trt ic.a l-!.-lc. i:;ii ljw UaLt ia
tl. AILwu -
A ti'C-; : ; ai ju l C i irch vai or.ua
.ii W.-.'.i rii-t rtcciiiy.
Th ti - M H i;,;-t U.virdi at liaWa Harbor
Will b 5 d : i. if - i t j-nrrr.j.
; .v -i- L ira-d dowu at Saejr
J-ri:i t:. 3 ii.v. of tlv.- !'h.
'IL j tlit,' nl-j krjii "jO mta oat of
esi.niiii-s.i: .iC Ui iu 1 Haven.
Tu N' j w V :.: nV L iri-jMst at Kalamazoo,
I'artic- ,irtj .tit i -att:j to iir.iau com.
I'.iuy iuJ .-.tut .I'Viciiho" at h-uaUAC
The li ! ia i eii irr.Y-s at K aUinaz are
liov. II 1. M rly h n entered a; on hi
JiUM a .'--tr ur tho Uuim Church, ut
M.i ,( Whittle anil Mr. nuJ Mm. McGran-i-f.au
l.M tl4..-4r Ul nerv;co at Jac.-ju ou Fri
ct .r of iily Toic-t f jr the Maj'r
j;j;tt;; i:i-:ctia.-i Lii Lcell orLOlUtd ut
'I t. -3 : l I'm-.' e Miccrt at Mu."kfon will
La 'iv.-.i SVioii.taJ ay uid Thursday evcaias
of .h.- .vi-.-U.
A l uiy ia Whit -hall was thrown a'iia."t
tLtJ Vv.tJi a itill fiU. Vrlth ftUt'tl fufCo a.-
t hrr.tk her aria.
'Ihcrt; i- l H-ku;K i t the $C0 nece-
u y to - c,.r; t..? b-jfuij of a fcii to the salt
r-k at l'.,r: Huron.
Fr ia!v Marr.iy, wf; M thought to ho the
l -a4 r of a 'iu'of nvt-r thiec-j, at la Cit) ,
a- am-:, il on l'r.J.t.
Mr. I'.zc i Uo'ticli ha given Alhioa Col-l"j-7
a ! . ii or t.M I arm of 40 ncria, BU'jjtft
0. 11 to a Lfo-U-a.-Mi to ti.o donor.
A lxy in Mu-kr 'o:i fell in a fit on the
etrtM-t 'i hur ty tvmii'p anj when found
Vt is m aii aim t fr '. u coiulitton.
U;:o h'iri Irvil nu-tn!) -r of the Indiana
1. h:ii!)t U i!i in' A--vhi itioii will arrive in
.lu-;vf;u:i on th ' 'Jih of February.
It in -ai.l th it a prominent citizen of Jack
son i 'tvkia fro'ii I'fcii Knt Arthur aa ap
t j.ntiuraf. ;n ( i.ivcriior of Alaska.
A w!:iin :n K d un.iz m fell oat of n cat-tt-r
an I u is run ov. r ty a trert-car on Fri
diV aft r:io,n. U'i was batlly hurt.
'1 h ? In 1 it.-i il Soh l at Hi.' Uipids han
ht-cu o in' 'I al it i ul!i'til t remoTu to
iar'' r p irtt-r in tirt of tins month.
Win. Mc'ir ix, of Cadillac, wan rohlecl on
Fu liyl-j hi- chum of lK the mviiim of
ffral ar h. lln friend. Cox, im arru.it-
F. A. Iivi-, of Alprm, vrn. held for tri-U
in tuiiu:u:i m 1 rid ty for burning the
1) ivm ti,h-h uo. Charlci Yeraur wa dw
Joliti ('liiv-k, a general grocery rtnd crock,
ery ilr-ah:r, M i;lo II ipids undo nu nin
m. nt on 1 bur- lay. A.-cUi uhout $00, with
li ibhltlrs OVf r ';,-'').
Th 1 nlu-s of IIarin are holding social.-
a.ul 'ivjn concert- and other entertain
inenU tt complete their sujcription fund of
to tho H.itinM k Kulaamzoo rail-
Folicc man Crtma. of Muskegon, thinks it
would btf a f uce to have Kadley to through
ftawtht r trial MJiiitht ro else if ho could not
- c.javiCted at MinkCjj'jii where ho U well
Mr-. Jcnnif Harklcy, who resided in Mas
n i 1 u tim tlutl at Denver, Col., on
Thur.-d ly iimrimi,' of cunsumption. The re
i.tuim wiUlu bru i;i: to Muike;oa for ia
ttrmcnt. A l.'.'ivt i:r:a fp.rnif r rffrr (o jrivc ?i00 to.
vr trd th-- iif .v railroad provided it run
through that vil!a". Other farmers and
b i-iri- - im-n o!T r to raio tha amount sev
eral hundred tl ll-ir.-.
yTh I ' t r it I li r r i School Alnmni A"iocia
m held if t.vt Itth anniml reunion Friday
f veiling. Th -r.- wt rf about 7U) guost.s pro
f nt. ( ivt r l,fo stndeaU liavo beea gradu
ated from tf.o chool.
T!h will of Ahrita Sinn, who coniniitted
P licid in D-tri it recently, ha been ftd
nutte I to prob it.-. Tli'-re arc w.OX) in life
in'unnr i al on Thu whole property U be
Qieathed to relative'.
lh- Uir liipid In ri Work h.nre declared
a i of b per cent, and elected H. 1.
Wym-in. l'fjd ut; K. Cannon, Yicfl lrri-d-n;
W. W. S n t i. Secretary aad C. W.
Com itovi, Tri i-iirer.
Mr-. Charle II. Norton, of Jackson, died
rrry yuddenly Friday morning, of intlim
luraou of t?i b.veh, at the early age of
rt'io i: l ct a tl wa the wife of Charles
II. Norton, engineer on th3 Central road.
A li ly of (1 n- 'e, who had a cancer for a
h n time, on attempting on Thursday to
W'liit fr .:i ofu room to another, fell nnd
It x h-'r t '4 m t v pi ic In the preent
ttvr Di li-r hj ilth the ihock may provo
I'. t r It ult, w!k wa recently acqnitted
f t M a-'; ; u, '.v i rn id. t feel after his re
turn t i'ru.tport tli it "hi room was better
than hi Miip my." They gave hini reason
to think " wii ild bo hung 'f he remained
tlu r;' v.-r long.
At their n'guhr meeting tonight, tho
IVrd of Fire mmi-iiner of Jackoii,
etp i t- j urcli ie for the department one
n v ti- et;g!nof the 1 it t and most np
prov mini;' icture: id , one new hook and
ladvh-r truck, co nph. te.
J. W. IIi:it-r. proprietor of a kating rink
at y -mi-re c.'-argl with criminal in
timuy with little giri and wa waited upon
1 j a roMimitb' of cit i 'ti l hurtlay, who
Ve Info l V- uty -f u r hour to ltave the city
Oi' U:T.T th ' Ci Ml 1 Iv'UCe.
Th- l -t.'U, I'.erlm and ren Detecfire
Au itiou, of Siiutnc, hfhl a meeting a
h rt tn:: ag , in I ei-cied it otlicer for
th iiiiii; ear. It i aid that the nssoci
f.ti-'M In ri.-v"r deti cte-1 a crimiual during
;f ti;e!'.ei of a ar ml a half.
Th- I m tyl'"d-of m.tcli between th
V'i! 1 Ci a hi 'i ib in I tii Jackon (Jun
! ib "imi ..;T lhur ly afternoon at the
firm of I. i r. ( i r g ry. I.eotii. Nine men on
h a, t " i ball ea-'h. the Jack
)iclu! wmumg b) erea ball, after a hard
N ti v d "Tr 1 ' t ' rii n ' nrper in th ca
af I i'.in N u- lf. Id. of I)-troit, who dietl
hr !!' !i j -e-:!i ir c rcumtancs on Thur
divni'd.. I h d'Ht.- eUirn thry can find
no tr ii-e of p M-on. aud t!unk an analyi
:f t i. if.vm tjll !, i. v-ary to necule
I'o-iti.vt ly w!'tthT any eiitrd.
It i 1 -n-ly pod-le that thrrn m.sy !e a
g "; ii'it co:n?y - it war in t lit en county
o i-ru.-u oa the j r"; i! im of th Fo-xrd
of S , rv', i f th t county 1 1 ni'C $
H' 1 a curt hon, r (rand Haten.
Am 1 i i s o p.. --(!', that Chester town flip
will t .-: ! . mnevd t Mu-kg' ti county.
A rnu ' .!' I. liTiMg in Fort Hup-,
i 5, i r! t i ! Mt !i on P - y. l
)-' -a v :v ts n , and fc iiug .f.
-, ir .. ?. g i f - hf'p. If ' -'ajti!)
I h - I. : I -v n o 't(H h. ! f'o "'' hi nn
g -. i.-1 1 , f- -r t--ety or thirt y m:n -n'r;.
'.v ; : I ' ! " r ! zcrv He
n V 1- I I C i'i'' O C'Mldib.MJ.
I e . t- r thri i tir, niin trssn
iu '-!-. -u!"' ' "f I "t! , u'.rl itting
it Or: " ;:i I - u -f ' in I . T.ol.l
t v g i --if , t ! a .1 rm $ - rt erim
h " 1 ' -. - ? i r , -1 if;.. f---'e i'io tho
:!' h ! .-' t is 4 !i tj, i;vl t ; t !il f
f 1' v t. t ; r r r ! r , f-;.-4 ( j o h s f
i ' ' 1' J ! ! ! .- r..-j,
j S f !t ' - -' : h i WO I 'h f ;:!- -r t.7
t; . I v. I'i J i ! J ":, 'Oi'ii -i i.Jij
; i: r vo-.. I f. rr fifi!;?
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ff-;t hi o-u, hi--U tsif
OUT OF TOWN TALK.
Item Gathered by "Telegram" Corres
pondents in Western Michigan.
31 Oil LEY.
Corr-to:jd.-ae of Tjic TL.Mx.
MuiiLfcT, Jaa. oi. Jola Nwraanf of
Strwart City, lot aa overcoat List
CLristma, aad to-dty he fjuaJ it
ia poot!K-ioa of l'it" Walker, of thl
place, who elding he took it by mistake, but
ha Wulkr 1 ia the hdtit of ttkiug thing- by
"Uiistake," hi. tory wa aot bheved, and
he will look through the bars at Howard
City a few dajs. Ch tries Shapley lo?t a
thuuib yesterday oa a bolting faw, at J. M.
Care' ladl. Dr. McMutlen dreed th
wound. ihe Morley bras band ha added
a number of ladiei to it organization, and
will be under the leader-hip of Ffuf. Forbes,
of Howard City. Allen Chapia want. to
pcrve "Uacle Sam," aad i circulating a pe
titioa to present tu (irovrr Cleveland, pray
ing for the Morley po-totiice. V. (). L'.ke
1 ah-wj tignting for the same position, witji
the chance ia hi favor. Ihe M. F.
Church revival meetings have nearly broken
up the roller rink. Martin Cams, who left
here to go to San Antonio, Texa, for his
health, writer that he i improving rapidly.
Corn epond.. ace of The Teleoh..
Hiq IUpids, Jan. 31. The charity coacert
givea ht-t uight was a grand success. Fully
seveateea huadrtd people were preheat.
Must of our proaiiaeat men aad ladie took
art in the program. Hie coacert opeaed
with tome aftj.four Solid" iaea, each
weighing IK) ound.-, marching upon the
itage lunging 'Tramp, Tramp, Tramp."
Following this came tiuartettes, Duetts,
oloi, character delineations, etc. The cat
duette was most excelltat and fiuely render
ed, eliciting a storm of applause. Our
mayor, J. 11. 1 'aimer, favored the audience
with a drum nolo. Advancing upon the
stage no drum could be ten, but after con
siderable search oue was found in
h! pocket, which he laid ia the
broad palm of hi hand, and oon
the vat audience were electrified by the
weet and melodious htrain. Hon. M. 1.
Yale was presentwith hi favorite clarionette
and fancmated the nuJiciice with hi remark
able proficiency. Hi movements were o
exactly in time that many of the audience
were deceived, not noticing that the music
came from the player behind the scenes.
To of our largest men both i a height and
weight were down for a piano duett. They
came upon the stage with their instrument
uuder their arms and resting it ujkmi their
knees executed Rome of the most brilliant
and dttlicult movements ever seen by a Cig
Uapidj nudieuce. L. T. Caker, cashier of
the Northern National Cnnk, dr.ssed in a
"Mother Hubbard,' kept the crowd in a roar
with his inimitable clog dance. At times his
teps were peculiar nnd difficult, peculiar to
himself aad the kangaroo. Hon. G. F.
Stearaa, Preaideat of paaie bank,
not wishing to be outdone,
continued the dance, added to it many more
rapid and ditacult steps, howiug that he, ns
well as Mr. Caker, is at home in that line
of amusement and indeed it is said they
count it as their specialty. The exhibitioa
of the phonograph was interesting and in
structive, only it would volunteer informa
tion and tell secrets in spite of all tho ex
hibitor could do. A male quartette cams
upon the boards, but discovering they had,
in their haMe, brought the wrong music,
quietly slipped away leaving tho star, who
fainted dead away upon discovering it
and had to bo carried away.
The orginal Peak-ed family bell ringers, con- ;
sisting of eight of our most piominent ladie.s
and gentlemen were a novelty and afforded
much amusement. Taking it nil in all it
was a most successful entertainment, both
as regards amusement and financially, nnd
great credit is due the managers, especially
W. P. Ne.bet, of The Herald, who acted ns
general manager. Some jfcooO was handed j
tho treasurer, Hon. G. r. Steam, to-day ns
tho result of the concert. A vote was taken
last night to give a charity ball Friday nigat,
Mr. Koof having kindly donated tho use of
his hall. Tho musicians offered their time
The Dear IJttlo liulo Lo-.
A littlo pray dog attracted some attea
tion as ho trotted pad tidy dowa Wiscaa
hiu street yesterday afteruuon. Not to his
amall sixjer his color could the causo ot
tho seusatiou created be traced, but to h'u
extravagant aad roruarkablo make-up and
t i his dainty tread. Takoa for all in all h
was a dud'j do. His hair was parted ir
tho middlo, metaphorically speaking, anc
as ho tripped clong ho exhaled the'debcati
perfume of musk and of violet. Hh
blanket, which Raro him t'ao appearand
of a ruojraatic monkey, was of white flan
nel, with a monogram ca 1 coat of arnii
worked ou tho side, whilo scarlet trim
mings edged ttio panoply. Tli3 crowuins
glory of th outfit, however, was the col
iar. It was probably threo laches in cir
cumference, aul was mad j of a thia baud
of steel, whieli was li;i'd outside and in
side with purple valvet. The luckloand
uamo plato wro silver, w'adj threo leils
of tho same material bun below tio plat
and tinkled at each motion. Taj dog at
tract! moro attention than the mistress,
who, nevertheloHi, was a shapely lady. It
appeared sh was not jealous.
A 3Ionter of the .Mud.
iTonday last an octupus waj caught la
Conwnen' em uit Hav in nlxiut Ik)) fet of
watr by lish-h oks. Whoa brought t
th surface it was almost unmanageable,
ami it was only by a severe struggle that
it win hauled iaio a biit aul brought
a U ore. One it seized upon th lot torn o!
tht lat and no eitort could Fxsn it, until
it did so of its own accord after th t es
was sf t in m tio u t)n?of its fo?!ers cams
in contact with on of th loy's anas aa 1
it was only iadn( td to lot goby beating tin
felT to a jly w.th a club. It is plenty
large eaouh t master a rn.tn, an 1 wjj! 1
a dan ro'is cu to mr to mt in th ij
water. It wa a ma-aster s-dmen, bar- j
Ing arms or for fully four feet lorvj.
Tin arms ar ei,ht ia n;imlr and are
each uppli--i with 1:0 piirs of s lckers, by
which thp si and hoi l thir prey. Its
lnly is purs vshiptvl, without tin, an 1 is a
foot long and nearly th nan la widtlx.
rper o ti t Mrr Will.
A co-nr-sriy In Newjersy Is making pn
pr co'iat'Tpsns and pill w shams. No. 1
i;;sai!l t p.-spr is til, to Jar th -'
10 ;.J ti -f(!r by msll tine at interval
of ! Iir" 'r foi r it.t . tunrud so U
trii th h',?s f.:'ii r w h---r. t'u-s tiat
11 s. Th twin f nth i tin ppr.
Th rrnrgln of th ri'i!ii a(i h s a h-- a,
in wlin-h thr I mnr of tit I'tau f. k'--ti
it fr -m !tiog. il-ihf:i r
jruil-! th po i !init, hb'i
nk ft vrv nyt pprm', Wh"i t;r
b ;ri wrirtk!! tH"7 r ri I n nfvt " ' t
fijr f iti-in, 7H-vt'uM -n f f! t
m-!s! f t IN- t jcT j ) a )'!
yrt K?t ft it trr i ;.i -t , if tt te
if-t. r) 1 ts, J tiilHr i l f.,.r. f
ft T f r t frn fS,-ts fs J r t, :
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A CEMETERY PICNIC.
.IIaciDriver'8 Odd Experlenco
on Thanklvin Day.
S. .d f t!i NllwaJ IVi liy TTltk
lather Who Dle4 V.t JUivutbs lie fax
uii J V SUep-la Caliid La
LjLUfl UUl Cittct;
MIt year I tbrov w a. party of five 9
Iaxel Hill Cwmctery, ani we tok a box
of gTub w ith us. Toe party muit have got
permission from th sapriu,a!eat, forhs
brawl to kn )w what we wtre a-go-nj to
do, and h s0itd as w pos through th
gats: I hopes as you won't find it cold.'
You rememlter last Thankgivla'? Well, 11
wasn't exactly the day to choos for aa
or-u-air picaic; hows-jmever, I was asked
to call for my thirty the night before by a
young man la a stove-pipe hat aad a gray
uhter. an I the directions he gives me was
a iiouse ia Green street. Never mini no
numbers, as it doesn't do to give one's cus
tomers away. I has an idea when I draws
up fust to the bouse that it was agoing to
be a quiet weddia'; but, when the door
opens and the young man as gives ma th
order the previous ntght steps down with
an old lady en his arm, and is followed by
a youug la ly oa Wans on the arm of an
other young man, with the rear brought up
by a boy of about ten aad a black-andtan
dog, and all, excepting the dag, dressed la
black, I says t myself : Chlkl'i funeral,
and there ain't much in the job.' Bat in
stead of a cotQn as is handed up for me to
put under the seat, it's a box as once bad
claret wine in it, and along, also, comes a
half-open iasket, which certainly con
tained plates, knives and forks. Going to
take limeh after the plaatin',1 fays to ray
self. 'Drive on Coachman," says the
young maa as gare me the order order.
Without no coffin?' saya L Why, this
ain't no funeral,' says he. 'Ho!' says
I, 'where to?' 'West Laurei Hill,' says
he. 'What a tarnation liar he U,' thinks
I, and I whips up the horges.
We got to the cemetery and Is gTeeted,
as I told you, by tho Superintendent. Then
1 was directed to tirire to the river path,
and I did, alookiug round everywhere for
the rest of the procession; but I didn't see
no nothing ia the shape of a hearse. At
ldfct I was told to stop, which I did outside
of a lot with a neat-looking monument in
the center with 'Father' ou it and a stone
chair by the side, aad I reads never mind
mentioning no names, Colonel aa it is
sac?J to the memory of somebody as
hadnt been dead more than six months,
as was a dearly-belovod husband and
father, and much lamented by all who
knew him, and then it cornea across me as
how tho 'insides' is agoing to spend their
Tnanksgivin' with him that is, it they
felt thankful under the circumstances.
"Well, a man wot drives aback can have
a hfafj-t 'anyhow, and I looks awful kind
like a$tye party as they all gets out and
begins to walk all round that monument
and every now and then kiss the letters as
is cut ou it. Then the old lady she seats
herself in the stone chair, just the sort of
ono you so oftea see in tho cemetery lots,
and the rest, as of course were her sons
and daughters, they wraps her round wita
rugs and shawls, and the black-and-taa
dog, ho jumps up in her lap. Then the
young man, as give me the order, says:
" Coachman, we are goiug to keep Tnanlcs
givin' wth our fatlrer as was live and
hearty this day last year, and we've
brought somethia' to eat and a spirit-lamp
to boil coffee. You don't mind our making
ourselves comfortable, and I think there's
enough to find a bite for you anyways.'
Says I: 'Young man, I honors your feel
ing, aad you, mum,' I says a taking off my
hat to the old lady as was crying over the
dog, but didn't seem to want me to see it,
'aad if you'll just 'low me to tin up tho
hosses to that there fence, why I'll taki a
wsik round tho cemetery grounds nnd
6moke my pipe whero tho Superintendent
can't yo me.' So I fastens up the bosses
and off I wanders; not ns I didn't know
thebloomiu' cemetery pretty well by heart,
tut just to leave thwn a risaic to all have
a good cry without a stranger a-lookin on.
"I comes beck after awhile and I And
them all sittla; on ca:np-sttKls in front of
thafc monumenr, looking quite cheerful
like, and they has plates on their knees
with something on 'em as evidently occu
pies their kuivos and for!;s, on the wine
box is laid out hot coffee 'There's a sand
wich for you lnsid the carriage,' says the
young lady ti mo with a smile. God bless
her, and on the back seat I finds half a
chicken and a big piece of cake, and pres
ently slio brings ins a cup of f?offoo with
her own pretty hands. lo you know,
Major, I fdt thankful, somehow, as I
watched that family a making a sort
of a -acred picnic of their grief; loastways
I don't kn'sw what els to call the lump as
roo ia my lipart.
"They staid there a sitting an I a talking
round that monument until It was verging
toward evening and a grave.dixxer comes
along and shouta as how th gate is go
ing to ci3 shortly, aul s- we drives
home, and lb. , young man as had give me
the order isT slips a extra V bill in my
hand and he saya: 'Uuy something for
iiom, coachurui. In romembraao of a
cemetery Thanksgiving party.'"
Caymond ft. ft nportre.
IN. Y. llallotin.)
IInry J. Hsymond was one of the Nt
long-hand reporters of his day. He knw
nothing. of any phonography or steno
graphy, but h bad way of abbreviating
of lirk ng a dtn letters Into one that
prodacM r-rasrkiM rs alts. "What ar
jo l waiting for?" asit.1 Hntrrn of DsnHl
Vebstr In 117. "Why doa't you maks
that spvrh?' for th grvit expounder
hml announcl a ftt peh in the Hn
t on th fugitive 1t Isw. "I'm wait,
ing for thst bttlft f!l lUymnnd," at! 1
Wbfer, "He reprts r rrertly, anl will
I hr tiv. morrow." So besltl tw.i
tss f. r ths "UttU fellow" Vmk hit
Tb lf,f-4s!r.n is Spn, T1ri,
(Trnin Tvre J
C(n tftTt Kin AIfraA' illnt a
ithoiit d'Htbt ftriT trrninM f!Uy, And
fhe thr ll tnul 4. In Mpln, f. Iht
hirtt th !ir'nft will 1 - r h i I I In h
r. iiry, ftrtd Ihft g-n mhr , tJ,.- f f
5- 1 !sf;rn .btHrtf N m)M-tr. 't
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fi.vm o-iU fhftn vth frt ffrrft IK
CJ l't:t rtObr-rS Iflnf ftbmfl
n "inftuMU" H7tt2 1trTMn 4lf.,(,t
bl-r 1nali,f ft,d V-nnj mf
i ftf v- r.iyt rU v -", spt4
tMt ft AtL
WANTO To ex-taxytefcrbcrt. bcjtgy ad
taroeca, t pair vt ttrv, s mcrtawcv beax
hig 6 per cect. Is wrest tvurvd by raJ wtatf.
Ai j.) j at tL Urud U&iida alcllfvl aai bureJ
ANTKD TO fclf lX OH O. CHANG K TOU
city propertj a ttur sitU rwidVn fct
tactitJ, locfttwi in i ftAftoitoiiS. Micb.. cuitjr-rt
vt C coaatj. Cvll on r Ulrum M. U. tUrtr.
Third aveaaa, Uriid lUpid.
yiiiST-CLArAB bOUCTTOK CAN HX UKK
aa eaaemeat e:ihr on aaiarv or eo!uu.u-
Biaa blue a, city.
FOR HA1JS AT A BAHUAINOU KICHANOE
for lid One gxxai Mcud ifcad piKini aad
oce Hall typ writer. Caol at 11 North DivUiun
A 130 HOUSE AND LOT FOit BALK-I10UKK
r aew and oontaiaa tive rtm. two bUciL
from the street cr. L. 8. l'rovin, room ,
lxiTKt't block. oppiite bvwt'l Hotel.
'. ui.iiaiiw. !-siJsssfssssrssfmme'-LU-Mi'J. 9
0ItKNT VEKY PLEAH-Wr KOOM8. FL1U
nit tied or onfurniebrtL llect chebp to the
riht pArty. JL1 Mt. Vernon fttreet.
TO RKNI'-HOUBkTko. 104 FOUNTAIN
street, February 1; alao ts5 Front trtt
and Urdint houte on Ionia street uii Firt-t
avenue. $7u)toloaa. EnQuirft of Tuttle lire..
Opera House 141k.
rjOH RENT A LARGE IIOOM to rent over
JT Hart'a job ofHoe, in AroaJ laquiie of II.
0. Carr. .Democrat oflice.
siMjgiaaiiwfciiiiMaaBaa iv ,
$1 O O O O OAn n Df,nt f'f V)0
I UUUUtod cpwanU on rrrJuctiTe
real estate in Kent Couctj; also 2u0 city lots for
sale low, and upon ht lrmt, or will build and
sell en contract. E. M. Uarnard, M Lyon itnet.
PARTIES CONTEMPLATING ATHII TO
y Europe, or sending for frimts then, will
nnd it to thir intern t rail on the underamel.
Agent of White Star and Dominion Line of ocwen
steamers for ticket. E. W. Tower, room in,
SCOn & WILLIAMS
First Class Cnstom Work
SCOTT & WILLIAMS,
31 MONROE ST.
Although physicians claim there is no cure. The undersigned has a positive evrr. Many have iud it
with entire satisfaction. Head what Vie Grand Rapids "Daily Times- ,aV, of the rtmedy.
J0? COUffhi9 PIJ? toqnite-fin extent in thin city andnjoininff toc,, nnd n in a.iLi mr.rrs nsnMizg
L. s ;hr(,oofotirciti2ftn!l are afflicts Trith this disease, wo dwir. to rallthcir .tfention to the fart that Go O
H eketee, 89 Monroe street, Ion? ami favorably known to our citixen. ha. invents n furrure for wh.j, rnnK-h Mr
htekete warr.nnta ono tmttle to cure ono person (but not a whole family) if need svrdinff to .linions. Ho Us fc!ndy U
the knowledge of the writor of tlus cared several xt rj bad caea.
Mr. Bteketee's Family MMidnw are so well and favorably knnwn to the pnhlir tht it v.il to .eT to cmr
readers tha this particular mrvlicine will do all, and even more, than Mr. Sfeket b rlanl for it Try a Jv.itl nf
Tho undorsignod has provon beyond a doubt that his Tamily Medicines Fuch w ntrkcir. Neural clu
Drops btokctoo'8 Worm Destroyer, &c.f aro no hurnbup; and now I have mventcl a rcrardv to cure
Whooping Cough, which wiU bo known mi "Stokctoo's Whoopins Couch Cure. One bottle will not cure a
family, but it haa in ovory cajio ourod where it was usod according to diroctiona. The prW p.r bottle is MV
Caution m; friends to k careful oi
STEKETEE'S POSITIVE COUGH CURE.
Tho Largest Bottle for the price known, price only 25 cents. There are
no Cough remedie3 that can equal this. Try my remedies and be convince!
REMEMBER THE PLACE WHERE THESE REMEDIES ARE FOR
SALE, 80 MONROE Street, near the Morton House, and by Druggists.
Geo. E. Steketee. Sole Proprietor.
Wis. Loraine Immen
Powers's Opera House,
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
Tickets are for aale at llalla, Bprir A ti,
RtL ban Hoaae and oUr points.
Powers's Opera House.
Ws. II. Powxas. - - Maaairer.
FIRST ANNUAL CONERT.
Iirtd by C. N. OOLWEJX. Aaitd by ti t
Beethoven Quartette Club.
WM. LUDERER, 1st Violin.
B. L. FAEDER. ad Violin.
P. IIARENICJIT. Viola.
F. L. ABEL. Violinocllo.
And R. A. WELLENSTEIN, Pianist.
Monday, Evening, Feb. 9.
Iberveil aatsM renft. to l rht&fnt mt lull.
af tr MoDday. Ft. 2. at 8 a. m.
ThyMt holding aon ticket are eutitWl to r
Only one Change of Cars, ria tbe
Chicago & West Michigan Railway.
J. U. CABrENTER,
Oea'l Paaa. AKnt.
J. B. MTJLLIKEN,
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT.
52.; and 527South Division St. Grand Rapidi
CAIT BE CURED I
wiaom thef " purchase raj Remedies, fcf
Al.i3Q XtAVTSJ OM BALE
Held Whet Van'a f.ic Oil n- (fina
of Pain Hit Dcre cr
' We haw? tywd YtJiV Miic Oil for b3terxLal aal
i extrrmd aj piicktiiUin.iD e ot ( U J.,Cuhc,t uta,
; liurii, lruit, Me,, a.iid toad iioiie lef.ler. It M
e;xiiJiy adtpui to ctiddiru, tjt it vM U uJ
! UL kuletV bSlJL baUbltoiUwU. alii NhTUtU
! rwooai aittua it to jo i.t..
alu-ke'WLi biL. 1U, I&nL
J. W. EDDI.
I hat owM Tn Mafie (rd for K-tirt.UU, ubd
. it Lid- pruitj ti be ftt:lcfurt.r, a it i.m ru:t.l
! m r:;tiilj; mir i.ext thr nt-it,tr a
CUrnii It) it. J.ie.'iKU Kieft, t'J llltf uid Urn t.H
Nrr Ttirtt, eu.luiitj with . ttir 4 -Hi,!j fcid
lbKrM Litu; tdri fc UiiOi t) Ibv tfaU.f ut
h atit-ti vitf rurvl j it of a t-n ffris iA.n.a
ttf.t k. 1 ClU U- rT tttiY llC ruDt. Ill 14IM )tXi
! Mk'ic C:l
tiruiiJ llbfti, A;.ril T,
iftirtivy. JA'.t'P ntfiT-LDKU
We hav C!- f ocr Mf.e 01 ft r t-trntl ynara.
ai i.u!i iat Lke to tw vitbotit i!. ut it u aptnta
j fKlL1i0 n.in liif., vix; jliuriiN lirat. tvira
tt.rpt.t.'.ic ia v. i:. VANUu.vuiii
- !,of Uini JOUJ
Ms-nc Od vkidi ;rtit litfu:ukii.. Oue tf cuj
rialdivii .j tick
tiiff ia. (tt .it;rf fnu-ht! a dt.H itr. but tbft
cLil.1 rrfw u f eiery
ii. iuoriur.. tLa
dv wr ttilJfsl w;th luur t
(If .f l.f pr-f ttinml,
and fxjKHLitkt. If it. rJLi-i w iH.l t aiite m u.a
emiix-ig ttipy vrre to or p tht raid Tlal and
cut tit-1. hitnn out. Tl I did iut appmte?
lut ttf tLfi vat no hf-ta.f ti,e tl.iid't irx.rj, J
oUhXiUL 1'n uiy our nr-jrhlnir, Mra. Y. aiidto--.
n-rp. rJieii wuh a iti:e tf ur Maic U4, aad
at-ktl if we wiuid lw u- it vt.uld .i l avta-ii-g.
We gave Uie cuuld ti:n or tv riro; la.
U-rwdlj ery hour, au i juJiiei tte km of lt
fn't viih mutnr .aad t-tiii.il it u.nibt mII wiia
Magic Oil, o. i Lt-ii ti.t 0 .ciir ofcru in tlerv.
in Lp whijfM u iitr t at t L& j neo
ci ild, en it tmifvt),rnl mi much iht. I told him
e ui Van't ibnr Oil. lie aaid kt-rp rig t.t a
nutig it a thai viiUtit r ttui L couid m. 1
I. ht t-t).a.ki M r. Yacidt-rvt-rp a iiiuaid tin es
tor hr kiii1x ;e, and 1 ainfu-ri-Jj tfuu.k jou tor
ytsir vuJuabie njtbcin. iojiiv trxilj.
ilK.A. 1). PAIN.
Van' iladr Oil or Ku-g of Pain it xjLai.ufacw
tnrl by N. i. Yan.VrbiidH. Vliikfa, Mirfc
atid ifc Mil l b all laiM.
For isaJf Lt rntil in (irRnd Kridt tt th follow
irr drug ttor.- M. H. Kin ir. f -a Jinthr, E.
H. l.w,it. 11. A 1 . l iaan. 1- It. Wii.n, aad s.
II. Yanltsivuc, iJm U. A. Iujn A to.. Audrw
i', Hiid 1L lLudeaniUid'-r. i or Jwir at wLala-
mlv bv iiaA itiii, IVrkaa A Co
. OF GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN.
Oraaaisftd MartvL ISKL
OaplttU, - . i2i5C0,OCXD
SurplviB, th 1 OO.OOO.
EDWIN P. UJJL, FiUXMAN (iODKHFT.
Pnid. tit. i.-p?j.lenC
WM. WU;Di( OMB. t !u-r.
. JITIiitent at I per iX jr ariaum oa aii
tirue depjt. j
Fxlvrln T. UM. 1 n ir.nn tiifrrj
(ffo.Ji.Jji.ru;. i Km I'l.tM-.m.
Win.i. HrjHjlfet.ntnT. M. J. li.rk.
. lK 11. Wm.-i. JlwaNi-man,
( liwi. 0. KiadJl. rv JtKtltlax
' M. lja,l-uiKn. 1 ..!iio. i). hu.uift.
, OWEN I. TURTLE,
irrndTiate of Ir. Bhtt't Muvie rv ,Kil and
; the Nw llirid I 'ii-rTMtir of Munr. TMKtbtt
: of Vohtt nitare. Mrvirjs. lHnn.uy aa i
ttim. in:r. 4, Wi,ii MifKTk. M btuvrem atf-Mft
For fnll inf'r-n,!.ci. mil or it.1r.
n I T r T ?2 IOV!A ST. rf.wi5n Uxm
iim 1 1 I 1 1'l?Maetair JLee4.ac fcet?
V X -1 CMROMC OtSLastl.
NerrouiDft) iiy.(p.ii'dlil.a Stirinr cur4
PtintttTTated at t.cn. Art.f:cil F vrt,etc Ca
or ntc. N . J. Al K I H. II .0 Grad Kapk UaJa
tJT" Tl.ot out of wtuk rrirnU fur frL
thsie m CcoMerfeils in Circu.cticc.