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Morumg Telegram. jaJPANf S TAa tM fcifjhth Ward OOHCt lO L.vM..t4' Jt AwtaiitAr .4 U.e fluci ju, i ij j utU aajBVjai I wtM (iMStwrjr r ,(fUj AtflfitU u BaaAU.t Uu aJW Ut S-uJ (AUIJ Mi ri iAtfr Ur4r UUiA A at UA La bbuc ruAvJ, Jt u .. r . i W4 tba U Ouuij Um . . .. . . . ju aaaal aai iHk u I MOl AND MORE MYfTtfttOUt T rve L lpOTt Nti MaDIV P ftwCii G I CV 1 Urn U UMc OHB U.t l ot Kill. i.tft.i ollfc fcfttiaBaT M lil I Al I Um1 vJbMfMMtV ju i Ui hANM aa A AatXi. t 1M waOMw, aW MN HilMkMi AttNm. Lataat BAtfia? MttaaMaMA Miii m.- La!. LuX . VAjACA ate Aj &4 Uwi tjvl'jf JkjLU JU bAc, v Ufrl.( A.Ui jt ourrvlxAUM or JMtrvvui4 tMr Uo ij iijiActi r- FALL and WINTER.!.. . BASE removal V. BALL GOODS. afY AWy n,ijrllr mut rtMlM I MA 1 ixa Mf rnuurttj aU irMMrf mU mmm a Mr H iMmtf ' Jk AAAAm or I 885-86. Spaulduig's Oeuuiue Leag'UG Balls Ameriean Loan Offioe, Urn i atf I m &AM 1 4 -. itw Mumwi. Ml pmiai iit-i l Ui tutwlhnf lit tu auu u. ityA aUcrW by m mui. ymt mI aw aftJi Mi fAUf Ua - Utbca IbAt aa MA AboUi bcr He . . .c - bAt A Alt UfU Ul L Ui &Mi Uff fAMU AA tU i Ui r JUUa1 CUMS VtKJ lfi of BAf Ittt" if ONLY $1.00 1 Ah. IP ,t - A Yk t-Attiri v i i i A km 0I MMMUtiArA. i AA WlthAIM A 10 A4yAA ill MulntHj "Si-' Th. KlAAHrw lAfllK L.-. MAliig tbAtri MCA UMAflUtf Will bA tWiU laU ) tv.-' ArAt, u a 4 u'otuek, ul by Mr. Huard of Pablkc Wurk - . ciAcAtKiUii fur tuo iJ trAt amU AJvrtiiM iuaJa yMtvnlAy uioruui Um Royal Falm fur na- lUMti f H M1 IIJOU fur AA I. i :..!.. -f liA i:J K v i.t.id lv..f. of UraMil aouy oifiSA raa off th? . 'AlU U It Ull- eaaAad a JaIajt of half aa cat . f Uia trtin. -t. rifurr of l.yuo ou timU, H. VS. r . . ' ... .!.. .'! r TICA tr Ml EM-h U ... I - tbA ieia.ty f ;veutfi tiid i -.! '.' .'.wrtdi 0 tfin i" Li.,.. ia I '.t-u r( xv tatiMWMt tauuav ituu . ineitiurf in MbMlOU VVoihI tomorrow vfQiU;. id Uto m "tAr. AtidrAAMAM OBA br Jddtfv TatAiu, otl officer uf Alp. Urr. w f t i , ' ; . : 1 ). ... lii.t ftii.-t ur.i 1 ; ; i r ... Hmitfa hI1 m J i-tif S SpAOcvr wh li for trial. In .tef.'vut t tlT Ait Of th , b atTlirttwl with MM all for Mm s. V. iti ii. t thf our of TK ? It i by 1. PI ua 1S- the Yonag M twH 1 i ,-.4. fvw -f . ' v ... b m saM aa a i.J tfiAM e MMai Ml MM iUtllUUrd IbAt tA wr to be rtuod iu rtUll the tAA IL the uot favor the propoal lel Sir Mi-rr'.M for Lot In u t tru U the tUAt - !r to Uir 'otlli aa nuAlly IaiiI ou the lJ A ill OittJf Up &4.tUl tllltlff liel rlitir;l out uf tti oiutrl of if tbe Jilfriviit i-OUil AUleH. Giviu HtHiiiA, AogMAt JO, V. U i - I srrrrfary aai Trajure-r ' ..' C MJ M lr tn Sia. f'.fAe tAk r'iHtif the rtlAiidard 1 i 1 l.L'r.i :i Itie mllroAil her :. eoutwmi ; tcd it will increase the lOHiirititc nMaaoa .ill proierty iu tbe vicin ity from 1 b -' per ut. 1 iur, Kitfully, C. C 'uh.'i i', MiUAA-r. Thw It would AttAlB OQght to settle the uiattAr an far at the Oouucil M PMMMWMi but it ii ajBuVrHtood ttut the Oil CompAiiy : .. ' IDt : I t 1 11 Id tll t llk- .llld OAS tfieui wfir-tb-r tbe- owaor of propertj iu the ity ar Willi urf or u t. Work on the - . , not . -topped b aioa until they tre used for the tor . etc. A reniontrHUtv Will be prr-Utd to tbe Couuiril Mouda ' uid in cam the pernilMiou asked for HdMlted the matter Will probably be tak-U i Unitarian Temperance Exercises. I ,. h ir-t I'uiUtriau Sciety will bold their -luarterty temperaace exercirke for the Son day school at the room of the W. C. T. D to-morrow, commencing at . i'clock a. in. nue pr if ram ha beeu arraued for tbe oeoaeion. Lr. Rokh haioharr of the music, aad ia it a rare trat is expected. Mr. N. Stone. 'ity Suprrintendent of Temper ance Sunday school work, will give a short t,!ro MM htklfwn. Mrs. I dell will S give a telri-t r. ! Mi-s Clara Wheel r r. tbe ;)"i!ar MnSwMOKAfl f our nty, will rmiMlalllAj Krr ," and HiM HolnMa raeataa "WilMa atthe'iate." Many .lbr will take part in the exercise-. The hail will le appropriately decorated and a of rt-nl pleasure and profit :s promi-rd alL Vt the close of the Suuday school . Mr. 1'owrrs will diiHoTirie :. '. n i -aacf. aft r aI i.-Ii opportunity for ' na ral remarks will be granted. All are cordmll) invited. A Not o B.idiy Knocked Out. I lirfit.T f Hnan BaJlM Morn I no TKI.CIRVM. ihtN:- BafOMi K'l. .1'. Dkar Sib: In ... -: a tb- -i tli m-t.. you speak of the I K 1 ' I '.!'.!-1 1 S i ar ri n if t om bi aat ion as I thong b they were all knocked out by a ly. Nw I want to inform yon that it is all fal-e. Hier was no one of as knocked ont. and about Billy Phillips, he was not knocked out, b';t parred three ronnls when he not out of w.nd ia l , ; t. He is not tr.nneil for tr, . M'casion. There was no one in Saranan who wo'ild meet any one of the combinn Man, although they were invited to come up in. I put on tbe mils with any of as. I write -nrv to myself and the combin i n n. ind hope yon will publish it in your M M I 'he whole combination look for to i.rr . ?,,it article. Paddy Hogan and Hob Abboit were uot there, they having I n K. I !NNri.j . A A Foolhardy Driver. A man and woman riding in a carriage )l -.lay morning, approached the railroad v .-si: j it t!;e i-i'ith end of the I'nion ile I pot, just as a switch engine was neanng it. ; and was warnel of the danger of trying to ! rpw. by the flagman, but they heelel n' j the warning and inst eleaml the crossing it. rime u save thir vehicle and probably their j live, as the engine came flying over it. IV) I pta oannot be too carefnl in driving over ; railnKti crnjings snd ought to have mtm- t.. :., '! v''i"i.i-. warning. Th Same Old Story, letta Oamea wants a divorce fron. ' v rt. They were married at in 1"0. and he dewerted her in y have no i roperty to .juarr. ! child - "harb- sit ya--he treatetl her very cm i' 'lent and indecent Ian tend b -hoot her. and Bi o the Season nt arA being perfected by th. f the'rand Kapide pres fo I point w tj of M and then ' BBjl a gie the UAJi-e or iuilUvt 'it Aid MM ouuUi hnd it AAy WAS tturrr. Ilit Mlk-r.c'., a anas which u brougnt with vlMAil WAlttef .-re, ww eXAmuied yr I aaj ir.e Uuiug of one Mall IbAt LiokcU ab it tney might a.a.lc Vila a bloody picsar of beet I be lining uf the sAtctkvl will be by a ci.eifiUt. Mie Mill retAiMx . .-.ooAure Aud uuounoerued JeiLodiior, aud refuse Ui talk of her pAt tiiUr) ctb U f.cr attorney .m.c -it . d die mtticr tl.ia divulge tbe UUIm of lt.e tlt.cr of U r child. I roui present ap ...- ir .l-t wii,. t.- lc -ne of ' ' -UllcCtlOUs, AbO Is try ing to oiim-eAl her uau.c and identity to -r.icld frua.ls from aliariug fier disgmtv, nud f ad -f.e Uot Ued cllreinely poor judg meut iu electing a banal place for her Jrad he would CertAialy tmve afwrni pli-bcd tier purpose- Her aataOM aud appearance m in her favor, but tlis evidence m far ae luveetl gated it I natal at leat guilty knowledge. Wbetlier ljokcd upu as guilty or innocent, she is cerlaiuty is-e--etl of ii..re "nrrve II dt-ually found in one of her sex. . a . Unparalleled Success. Lr. Selcy A French are having phenom enal succc in the treatment of chronic diananra They have f-eii in this city only f.)Ut tfirce Daoniaa, during that time they have examiueU - per-Kius and in no in stance have tbey failed to ati-f actorily dl ague each nd every ca.-e ixirrectly. They are -puketi of in the hlgheet terms by all who have met Uiein, and have uot failed to m-pire pnbiM confidence by their gentle manly deportment and -uccessful examination- 'Iwoca-w-- were brought to tbrir office at 1 IS Monroe -treet, y. -terday. which they promptly prououueed imnirable. showing aaaMtaaiaalj that tfu-y do not desire to take ti.r paopla'l money at tbe n-k if -eputatiou. A prominent busiuess man whose credulity ranges down toward Zero. ;tud generally tU'l.ts nfiy of anything bordering on the mi-raculou-, bating heard of the marvelous formed by 1'-. Wesley and French, and of their readlUese to locate diseases without a-kmg the patient any .pie-tiou. was induced to pay them a visit. This gentle man to all appearance M a hale, vigorous 1 man. but he has certain physical ailmeute which cause bun, at times, considerable trouble. He eiit red the sanctum of the great health dispen-er- v perteel -traugt-r, and had not tieeu seated more than I five minutes when Dr. Wesley had j descriled minutely; all the symptoms ui:i1t which he whs suffering. What seemed ! to astoni.-h the nmu most was that these revelation- were made by an entire stranger. ' when veil In- nearest frit ads knew nothing ; of his leiug the victim of any bodily dis- i-. . He whs forced to the conclusion that Ir,. , y and French can justly claim to !. ma-ters of the art they profess, and all ; who reunire their services can depend upon their knowledge and skill. A The record of the drug trade, both in this country and in Fnglaudand A u-tralia, shows j that no pain cure has the excelb nee and the popularity of St. Jacobs Oil. Cured Without Faith. Mr. ohu Schlish, who lives at No. Pq wail -tr-t, -ay-: "I was on last Christ mas day taken down with a -etere case of rheu-tnati-m and for seven months confined to ; my led, and during that period had three '.xmI phy-icians at iliffereut times in attend me , and I had becotu" almost entirely j aaipaMa. The third pajaietea said there : was no help for me and I lost all faith in DDI -lciatis and medicine, but my wife who never gets di-ooii raged -aid she would try BOOM more and go for Dr. W. H. Hoss. Dr. b --took charge of my case on July 11, ai d to day in but a little more thau one month 1 find myself entirely cured." Remember (oossen"s always have the lx'st Kalam ioo ce.ery at 1 1' Monroe -treet. Turkish and Husstan Baths 'orner of Monroe aud lotua strets. t Ipen daily front 7 a. av till p. m. Satnrday till midnight and Sunday until noon. Tuesday till noon and Friday- until ." p. m.. reserved x . -1 v t i y f ir ladle-. I hee are life-giving, health-supply tng batlis. If you have a cold m your lungs or in your head, take a Rus sian bath and you will say that you are cured. From Conway, Kansas. Mr. (i. ' Dkab 8ia: I have Uen troubled with kidney and liver disease-, -pent lota of money to be cared, nothing d u.e until I used your Steketee s Neu ralgia Drop-. I he use of one half a bottle : i- lone more for me than all the doctoring I have done for year. II. A. Cole. Coara tv. Kan.. July .'7. Is.-.",. bt Water Gas. 'A it. - ga- i- fuel ti. ikes the most pow-r-ful and convenient heat known, and snr passee all in economy and cleanliness. We ran n.ak i good .-.siking ga- fire in any or dinary tove for c er hour. I hir appli ance y.w- m any -tore and can Ik seen in operation at Abmgham's gas fitting shop. I iterloo street, (rrand Kapids. We want sn energetic man to take an exclusive agency aara for our heater, and are making an un excelled offer W. H. I'rra, 7 Waterls St. Coal fo"- Cash Only. We. the undersigned coal dealers of Orand Baajaan, BaaaaSj agree, m onler to plaN our coal on the tusrk't at a less figure, that we will ie'l o.al for cash only. S. I. Bennett. M. K. lomlinson. ii. R. Ice and f'tal 'o.. Ihckrnon A Storm. K.ajle Co operative o.: -n.l ss d '. S. B.Knowl m. Iafrd Vugn-t l'.th. 1HA. Surgical Instrument. Abdominal Sup porter. Syr nges all kind; m fart every thing known s Surgical Supplies at 'wi - I T'an. Pbv.cians. ipleted a full Ur Ir S 0 m with It R J. i tro.t. Hours lrt 1 a. m . IVO I ''Nnt and la yosi. Immense Stock To ! ( Opened our Preparations for a large Kail aiii Winter taavdd katsVi b0& OQ a serv aVM MaU0, 1 lit baaaaUMM Of HMf HMH tok ha U-t'ii alaVUghtet c i in onlcr to make room for our New Fall lioods. Our purchases tut leen ver) beavj.tAd it we booghi the Ou i k of our entire Fail Btock diroot dnmb iiiaiiufafturt'i, (therehy saiiir tk jobber, profit.) P76 CaVII -itfel J itnrt' OUT patroii that wei ammt uodertold hy any house in the trade. As dry goodi ofovtij d6MCriptioil aVT6 lower than ever hefore known in the history f the tin joo(l trade, and m order to warn people igainti painjj high prices for goodi CaViTiedoTef tmw lat reavr, Mrewill umplj aaote a few Driees, w hieh we gtUalaVlltae fully H per eent Kesi tnan Utst fall. OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT lh ht4Kkel with all the lat.-M flaaiain ui New Matkett-. Olfi t nlrwM Ailing Suc.juei, 111 phwh, Milk, ottoiuan Mad diagonal cloth. We offer good tittirig New Market, heavy Fine diagonal cloth New Markets, for Splendid totality New Market in Murk Heautiftil New Market, trunniesl with Astrakhan, $7.50, never heforeaold le than $12.'. A variety of atrial in extra tine quality and ifclboratah hinniMll New Mnrkatt at 10. l'J and l.r, which are oe 1 ei cent. Ielw last war'a prices. Black Diagonal Boaaaaa Circuhira, Corset wai-b-. for $, last . ar' j r 7. Hetter grades of I. Hian CircularH i.nd other new htlen. propoH ionatelj cheap. Qood qoaliti Silk Ploafa Sic.jiieH S20, hiat year' price :ill. Fine grade Flush Baioqoaa SjB MM A'hicli sold Mai year for j'o and 40. Extra Sim Seal PlMM BnoqiMi S8&, ajhMfa aolrj lawt year for 50. Silk QaiMMMI il I vnrietv ol atjMI at et t aordmar J low prio-s. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' CLOAKS. hir line of Children's and Misswh' Cha-ks embraces all tli newest atjMl in the market. We have all sizes and can tit tttj child fnun 3) yean up. ( nr PTMM start as low as Misses' New Markets a amciaJty. Wfl bawa these m elegant sjttlee at S4, .r, 8 and 7, which prices are hill 26 per cent, less than last pear. SHAWL DEPARTMENT. This ileparttnent is afodMCl with a complete assortment of V elvet, BMIVMr, Pais ley, FersiHti Had PooMB Shaw ls a! Mf l- prices. We will sell you a gixnl Heaver Shawl, all wool, for fj&j hist ear's pnoe 5. Fxtra Heavy lieaver Shawls $'. last y -ar 'a price 7. Fine Velvet Shawls 8!, l.ist year's pnoa Still titier and better grades at ?7, H and 1". ! per nt. helow last year's prices. All Wool Hlanket Shawls as low as 81.00, l.'io and LAX Fine All Wisil i double i Shawls s -Id last J ear for St Fxtra t'meatiil large .loiible SI, aw is 4, 5 and '.. Children's Shoulder Shawls (ail wool 50 cent.-. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT This de lartment is, without a single exception, the largest and most attractive iu the city, containing all the latest styles and novelties in French, Fnghsh, (tertMM and Home Manufacture, at lower prices than eer before known. Camel s Ha:r, Tricots, Brocailes and Combination Suitings m great variety. Hlack and BOaotajq Cashmerea, Satin PmImti. OttnlMllM. French Flannels and numerous othet style (just out), which must be seen to lie appreciate!. We call particular attention to the following Big F.argains: Fifty piece of extra Hue heavy Fret, ch all-wool Cashmere, 40 inches w ide, at .Vic per yard. Tins quality of Cashmere has never Isafore been sold for lees than 7,ric per vara. Three cases of the celebrate! Jamestown lres (t.M.ds. m all the latent Fall colors, for !V ter yard. These goods Hre warraotad tiot to shrink or cockle. Two cases 9 Finch Satin lierUr at 'Sic per vard, worth .'c; 24-in.-h I'nion Cash mere ltVp, Double width Union Cashmere U1 ,c Also a great variety of ('ombMaV tion Suitings from 25c er yard up to the BjMM made. BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES. Gray Blankets $1.50. 2.fln and 160; last year's price for tba MUM Ufa L6Q and d.50. White Blankets, full Hize. as low a" 1 .V i, w hi. h sold last tear for 2 U. Fine jtialitt White Blankets at iLOQ, 8t00 anl 8.50, former rioe W, L50 and BuOQl Fxtra larg size Blankets, siier 'jiiahty. 5. and A.00; sold last year for 7.00 and H.(0. I bl Comfortables in great variety, from upwa- : 1 Cloths. Cash neres for men's wear, and Flannels of all kind-. 2a ; cut. less than iast tear. Ladies', Gents' and Children's Underwear. In thm department we defy cr.tnptitin. hating hoMjM OQf entire atook from the manufacturers. We offer unusual md'i enients u, White and Colored Merino, and all-wool Camel's Hair and Scarlet Underwear. We can fit the largewt man hi the smallet child in low grades, medium grade Hal bael grades. nr sto k of V..en Hosiery and OiofMI is the largst md aanMfMal M bMI May. Never did we have such a Ltfge 9fack Never could we offer oods at such Low Pri All we ask is an Insrwction of our Stock before making your Fall Purchases. F. W. WURZBURG. The Strict!? Dry Goods cv of Hew Goods in a I Vw I )a . cloth, for and bfOWB, $4.s. lant year'H jmoe So.OO. S."". hint year'h prioe $7.(10. $7.(K, lawt year'H pnoe 810.00 One-Price Carpet House, $J bmm h- t imm, rW a K-i tUi bAv bJi tut Jk h I I Ti MM tv HtAAA MSA t t..: Genuine Unfiavored Cuban Mi lilt ATA AI IU 10c THE BEST EVER SOLD AC J t r ts.Kl It. I . Ututilt J t.e tMt fvi t lie u.,.iiey vtot oid ia UiauU bsAiAV F. B. WINEGAR porter block itii rm me rm ALWAYS TO THE FRONT. 52.r ad b?South Diios St Grand Hup o Watches, Diamonds, fine Jewelry. Silver AJvD - Silver-Plated Ware, Gold Spectacles, Etc. J F HOM AN IAW MaurMMrwl, - kIU- I'Ark Vim WE WANT ROOM For the stupendous large Fall SUx k now in transit, among which bVT6 0V6T 2,000 OVERCOATS. And to move the balance of our light and medium weight suits, we will offer to-morrow, and right along until all are sold o r 50 All-Wool Cassimere Suits at $10.00. The Cloth in which would cost that, let alone price of making and trimming. TALK IS CHEAP ! But we will cheerfully refund the money it they are not equal to nm nt h - 4 sold in this city at $15.00. No Old Stock, But this Season's Make. SPECIAL oys and Children's Suils ! Now is the time to buy something for the Boyn to wear before the cold blasts of November necessitate extra heavy clothing. N. B.---Our Fail stock of Mn and Boys Hatp is now arriving, and part of them are now ojen tat inspection Star Clothing House. SHIRTS ! 0 Bst Shirtp made v, order PO0. Buy no more ready made GARDINER & BAXTER 45 PEARL ST. BSJII hi-Mosa BEPTBMBEll lal . afr 35 PEARL STREET. O'hMh i AN A I M I'ntAte eut4AiitN .a. ua. sOwwl GEO W. Dt JONGE 9 North ttfUflal PORTER BLOCK, Hats, Caps Gents Furnishing Goods. NEW GOODS. LOW PRICES. 1 n-I 1 moN N IL1C1TE1) PHILBRICK & BLAKE, hAAi fctA tin' 1 J M ftUtl t rMj( H. ! kmimmI m I. i IliM. tIMA ItMil .x.l.f ) mil i rmmm 41 4 M DRIVES 8lratss i r Canal ani Itrtn?