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GEAND IiAVlDS IIOlAU. FMiUY HOUSING, OCTOBER 7. lBoi WON BY THE DUKE The Hon. Peter Doran Nomi nated for Senator. WHITE, TEA AND BURRILL Warned fcr Representatives Th Demo crats Hold a brace of Convention to Nominate Legislative Candidate. "W wtotamiawhowt know Is a democrat, an t arn not bera to be wal low e J up by th people's party," shout. 4 Aidernian Mills at tb democratic couve&tioa m lappa hall Ut nijjnt. "Thai tat tints." yellst the dele If U;$ to the democratic contention last uitit, wtea tay wer about to nomi nate a stats senator. Alderman Mill wad disgusted with tad endorsement of the people's party nominee for repre aenUtiveu. It was LVran'e night on, however, and he got the nomination as wisily a ujng a dollar through a hole in your trouters pocket. Tsaueorary Org am I sat lew. Henry F. McCormick called the a. euibiy of, the great unwashed to order at o'clock, and called the Hon. Jame YV. Uanaom to the chair, lie accepted the honor, and in a tiresome speech an counted what the business of tne convection was to be. Ir. D. Kmmett WeUh was elected temporary secretary. The chair appointed the following Cwmmittee on credential! and permanent organization: K. A. Maher, K. 11. Gill and L. . Carroll. A recuse of 5 minute was taken to al low the committee time to prepare 1U report. The committee recommended that the temporary officers be made perma nent and seat all the delegates who had presented credentials. One proxy from, the third wsrd was also admitted. The report wss adopted. Iha chair appointed S. P. DeVriee and K. F. Harr.ogton tellers and Jus tice Brwn swore m the officers of the convention. Upran ttl vea ?f enalnated. I.arry K. Carroll took the floor, and without any spread-eagle remarks, nominated tne Hon. At 3. White for representative. There was no debate, and the secretary was instructed to can the ballot of the convention. For the second member William F. Tea and the Hon. Jack Hay ward were named. Mr. Carroll des.red to know if Alderman Milts, who made the nom ination, was authorized to do so. Mr. Mills stated that he was. City Marshal Bragg seconded the nomination of Mr. Tea, and stated that he believed it was the better policy to support the people's party nominees, and E. L. Calkins of the fifth ward supported Mr. Hay ward. A ballot wa taken, with the following result: Tea, 23; Hayward, 12. The result was received mingled witu applause and hisses. Mr. De Vrie moved the ballot be made unan imous, but there were several dissent ing votes. John Burrows was nominated by a delegate of the fifth ward. Alderman Mills took the floor and nominated the Hon. Jack Hayward, who, be said, was a democrat and he was there as a democrat and not to be swallowed up by tne people's party. He wanted a man who would support democratic principles. A ballot was taken and the result is appended: Hayward, 15; Burrows, 19; JohnOl cott, 1, J. W. Kaosom, 1. K. F. Harrington moved the nomina tion te made unanimous, but again the diswntmg voices were heard. When th result was announced there were cries of "Deanison," "Now swallow J. Riley." Senatorial Convention. Immediately after the nomination of the three delegation, the senatorial couve ntion convened, and L. . Carroll moved that the officers of the preced ing convention act in the same capacity. Mr. I'eVne. one of tbe tellers, lives in trie tentn ward and the chair appointed C. 'V. Fmdelater. The delegates from the tenth and eleventh wards left their seat. K. A. Mane r took the platform and predated the name of Fetor Doran for ute snat r and quoted at length his record when in the senate. Chris Wernette ?econdcd tha nomina tion. Maurc M. Houseman was nomi nated by W. I). Fugh of the third ward. Mr. Houseman asked for a moment's time and stated that be was not a dele gate. It wss Doran's night and Mr. Harrington moved that the secretary b instructed to cast the vote of the convent.on for state senator. Chris Wernette moved tht Mr. Ioran be waited utKn and brought in. Chris Wernett, F. F. llernngton and E. A. Matter were appointed to drag him be fore his friends. C ol. Aldrten Made a peer few M. M. Honsemaa was called for. He tUd that at la.t the republicans were not flaunting the tlag in the faces of th democrat, and the two parties faved earn other on an tseu. Senator Dorso had come in during Mr. House man's speech. He thanked the con vention for the honor, and told at length of the different bills he had hoi pd to paw. His speech was well received. NINTH WARD SSPUBUCANl Charles McOi'l Addrewd Another Rous ing Meeting Last N'u;St. The republicans of the ninth ward Shameful Confession It U a shameful confession to make that many people are willing to ue adulterated arti cle tercansc they are cheaper, ami in !otn ?o often 'ibject ir themselves to injurious, effect, for it ra-jt not b supp-e'l that those wbo are wi'l r:, at the ccst cf repu Utloxx crvl for the purpose of v'n, t impp an'fs'tate-l pv-! open thep'iMi, wriM hen;:!? f '-; hjuucM a!u!ran?t. Vr. JV.ce his an ?ttbIIrH re;j!'n for rr.tnr.f.tc?uriri? p-v.'.l i pnr ati"'e. a i I Widen F'tvonn Fx tr.ic; of VarilT. I.craon, etc., aro ihc aost perfect natle. have one of the best clubs in tno city. It never fails of a large attendance aud always baa good speakers ready to ad dress those who atteod. Last night McCieilaa's hail was packed to listeu to CnaxUs McGai. A numter of women were present. kr. McGill began by giving a brief sketch of the democrat and republican part.ts, and drew a comparison of the wort done by each. He gave some statistics on the tin plate industry and tne wire nail industry. He quoted from an official report these figure: "There were 8,C0C,0o0 pounds of tin plate made in this country during the quarter endinar Jane 3), ei2; of tbis 5.000,000 was made from America! block plates. For tbe quarter eudin Sept. 30, lsltl, there was made but 826,022 pounds; the next quarter shows 1,4,321 pounds; the next quarter shows 3,004,fcS7 pounds, and the quar ter ending feune 3J of tba present year shows -i.Ooo.OGO pounds. Tn sMr. McGill tnought should convince any right minned man that the McKiniey bill has proven one of the greatest blessings the country has received in years. The speech was seasoned with several good stories. Mauy members of the club thanked Mr. Mrttill personally for the pleasure and instruction he had given them. The following persons joined the club: John Best, Fdward Best, F. M. Kag&n, Leonard Covell, L. F. Car'ey. O. G. Weils, E. L. Waibridge. Next Thursday evening the club proposes to have the banner meeting of the cam paign; Judge Mitchell Kicks. "Xo, sir; if anybody says I'm kicking about the repuf-lican nomination it's false," said W. W. Mitchell of Ionia at the Morton yesterday. "The nomina tion is a good one and it pleases me. The convention made a nrat-class choice. I do want to get even with one or two Grand Kapids men, though. Borne of them have an idea that God Almighty made the fifth district in order to give Grand Bapids a little more rom to wobble arouud in. They can't see how any place but Grand Kapids could possibly have any rights. That is what makes tne tired. I can remember when they didn't tnink a man could try a law suit if be did not live here. Now politics is their strong hold and some of these fellows think it's a mighty sight more important that Grand Kapids should have its own way than it is that the sun should rise." Sparta Is Republican. "Wa shall run up a fair sized repub lican plurality up our way," said C. M. Loo mis of Sparta yesterday. "There are lots of prohibitionists up there, but we can give the republican party at least 100 plurality in Sparta township next month. The campaign is just be ginning to open so far as we are con cerned. The prohibitionists bav held one meeting. Tonight the Key. Wash ington Gardner will address the repub lican and we expect to have an enthu siastic meeting. The democrats baye not done auything yet, although I be lieve there are a few up there." Frazier at Rockforl. The Hon. Robert Frazier was greeted at Rock ford last evening by an audi ence which filled the Opera house to overflowing. Fred A. Mavnard also made a rousing speech. Mr. Frazier talked on the tann, silver coinage and other issues of the campaign, lie was frequently stopped by applause. Political Paragraphs. The Hon. Robert Frazier of Detroit was in tbe city yesterday and called at the county headquarters. Mr. Frazier has been throughout the state this fall and estimates a majority of 20,000 for the republican state ticket. He was accompanied to Lock ford, where he spoke last night, by Colonel McKnight Sellers, Fred Maynard and a large party of republican friends. At the convention of the third repub lican district of Kent, held yesterday at R.ckford, the Hon. Norton Fitch of Sparta was nominated on the first bal lot. Roberts. Graham of Walker was his opponent. Tbe Rev. Charles Oldfield will ad dress a prohibition meeting at Silver Lake Monday, October 17, and another at Moflatt's school house, Cannon township, Friday evening, October 14. The lion. George T. Richardson spoke at Sparta last evening. He will speak at Jenison Tuesday evening and next week he will be in Ionia county. A mass-meeting of cabinetmakers will be held in Germania hall this eve ning. Messrs. McBride, Gill and oth ers will address them. I. M. Turner and W. F. McKnight addressed a democratic meeting at the Polish school house on Davis street last evening. George A. Link of Cedar Springs and J. W. Clark of Rockford were callers at tbe democratic headquarters yester day. The prohibition legislative and sen atorial convention at Good Templars' hall, McMullen block, Monday even ing. Judge M. C. Burch will ipeak at Kent City, Friday, October 14, in place cf Fred Maynard as announced. Senator Frye will address a republi can mass meeting at Hartmau's hall Oct. 20. Judge C. E. Perkins will deliver an addrets at Alpine Friday, Oct. 14. The prohibitionists are holding 100 meetings a week in the state. FIRE AT CEDAR SPRINGS. The Fire Department Receives a Call From the Village. The police department receive ! a tel ephone meage from Cedar Spnne t 12 15 yeterdsy afternoon Uting that a bg fire had broken out thr-re and asking Miitance from tu city fire de partment. Fire Marshal lnvin at once ordered a steamer from No. 2 and a ho3 cart from No. 4 with a squad of firemen to the little village. An engine and Hat car were contributed by the G. K. A I. railroad and the apparatn wa loaded and ready to proceed. About 1 o'clock another mef(f r.i received statirg that the home department had the fire under control and no a st ance would be nee-led. It ws earnd later tht the 3re was in J. II. Wor dsn's lumber yard cn th. wt Am of the railroad track and threaten! t destroy the who! etock. 7 iunher was ownl jointly by the Widt ccrnb Futaitur company a--d J. II. Warden. The 1cm is t.mated at f ),coo mth full insurance. Going to th Reform School, A'bert F, To'.lwk of Cedar crin, a K"y 13 yars old. wm er(tencd ye terday by J'it c Hrdnr for trauncy. Ife ' front:! to iil !! n-git and County AgiU Hathaway w ',1 tatehi -ri o I ans.og today for a trm of four yean. Immr th ranetmakpri ma- rtvetrg in irerrnsui hail Frday vta.n. Ttie trti9 la 1 TC i mt Hemt ftarri l a flee tet ew grvte; ef Herri hiwf. Ik oa le a a"" Orter et HELD FOR A MICE Chicago Real Estate ;en and Their Speculations WITH JACKSON PARK PROPERTY Chat With a Chicago Real Estate Dealer in Reference to the Effects of the World's Fair. F. F. Raymond, a Chicago real estate dealer, was a guest at the Morton yes terday. "Chicago never before had to riany evidences of prosperity as it now exhibit. Disregarding the World's fair entirely, there is more business beiog done and more new enterprises being developed than ever before. You can see innumerable illustrations of this in the city itself, and as many more in the suburban towns. Wauke gan, South Millwaukee, even Evanston bhowt unparalelled prosperity. No more impressive llluitration of Chicago's greatness could be given than its present wonderful growth. ItSome persons think Chicago is going to get rich out of the World's fair; but that is all nonsense. There may be a few men who will be benefitted; but Chicago as a whole will not 'coin very many wagon loads of money out of it. So far as the value of property is con cerned, it won't make a dollar's difference. When it was definitely settled that the fair would be located at or in the vicinity of Jackson park a few pecu lators made a rush tor the land. They are holding it at suicidal prices. But when the fair is over property there will not be worth a cent more than it was before, although the real estate dealers in that vicinity will have suc ceeded in deluding a few persons into the lelief that it will. As an illustra tion of their intenso patriotism it seems that when the government wished to secure ground on which to quarter the national troops during tbe dedicatory ceremonies this month it bad to go to those speculators. They wanted more for a week's rental of the property than the land itself is really worth. But happily there have not been very many cass of extortion yet. The liv ery men attempted to charge the com pany 122.50 a day for the use of car riages curing the dedicatory services, but the committee has refused to pay more than the regular price, lib, and tbe jehus have submitted. In so large a city as Chicago it must be expected that there are persons that will take advantage of any event like that and gorge themselves so far as possible, but they are not very numerous, and the management will do all in its power to suppress them." At the Hotels. MortonMrs. T. Brown, Detroit: Thad B. Preston, Ionia; W. P. Foster, St. Louie; II. J. McDonald, Muskeeon; Manly C. Dodge, Frankfort; Ira M. smith. Detroit; F. . Goodyear, Hast ings. F. B. Stevens, Detroit; T. A. Hit tou. Cold water; Charles II. Lo mis, Sparta; C. W. Dunham, East Jordan; Clarence Smith, Hastings; F. R. Whit ing, St. Clair; F. B. Stevens, Detroit; E. A. Rosch, Detroit; James A. Crozer, Menominee. Sweets H. N. Anderson, Greenville; John J. Foster, Greenville; II. Walsh, Holland; A. G. Franklin, Detroit; George F. Richardson, Hudsonville; C. J. Deyo, Belding; G. W. Smith, Detroit; H. F. Strong, Jackson; J. A. Morell, Yate; Levi Morell, Yale; L. V. Davis, Fremont; S. E. Parker. Hungerford; John Covert and wife, Nashville; CM. Draper, Detroit; E. R. Davis, Detroit; F. L. Heath, Hastings; Louis Young. Hopkins; George L. Lowe, Detroit; S. A. Rouse, Lansing; Mrs. Goodyear, Hastings. New Livingston C. W. Munz, Hills dale; H. M. Lazell, Big Rapids; James T. Land, Big RapidsC. B. Warren, Detroit; W.J. Pilgrim, Detroit; M. C. Palmer, Stanton; Bert Mayer, Stanton; N. J. Brown, Muskegon; II. C San ford, Grand Haven; George E. Angell and wife, Grand Haven; Mrs. Clara Addis, Rockford. Eagle G. A. Watkini, Detroit; J. E. Hall, Detroit; II. M. Patrick, Reed City; Mrs. A. Hoyt, McBrides; Mrs. A. Almas, McBrides; E. II. Hayes, De troit; Thomas P. Chambers, Mackinac Island; II. Cornell, Hart; W.H. Hanna, Detroit. Royal Extravag anc. Potentate are apt to be Tery extrav agant persons, and seem to have as bard a time living -within their allow ances as any small boy on five cents a week. Of course they have tremendous expen-va to meet in the way of enter taining other potentates, and no king ever lived who failed to have a royal family big enough to fill all the palaces at his diposal and two more, but often they conld look after their own and still have plenty left for pleasure if they did not waste. The worst two instances of royal extravagance in modern times are the king of Siam's enhmerged palace and the pipe of the shah of Penda. The coat of the Sianioee king's palace Is not known, bnt it Is a splendidly coetly affair and is so arranged that his royal highness and his suite can spend a great deal of their time under water sur roundtnLJby the most luxurious things tho world affords. It would seem as though a king with so much eplendor at his command on the surface of the earth could get along without a palace under water, but as a popular song says. "Things ar seldom what they seem,"' and it u the greatest danger of great luxury that we tire of the blessing we have and Wotnc, eyen in the midst cf them, mot unhappy because we can have no more. The shah of Persia's tobacco pip is worth f 10O.0UO, and the chances ar thAt he dvs net gt hlf the pleasure from smoking it that the poor latoring man gets from puffing his one cent clay pir Wfceu one reaWts npri the amount of good that couM 1 done with $4X0O0 rnt out at fair inter, one is forced to J consider it yirkci to keep so mnrh rKmey j.-w-fero. np m so nnworTny an o; jot. IIrprs Youru; People. S-ra yers aco a white man was cap tnrM in th ennr of a raid raadety th amtz-TO warri-irs of Iahmy pon a rrHT)Ary st lament. A far w)ra UNr hi antio-is wife received a rrsee mc. which cor,isted pimply ct a ph Me, a -w of charcoal, a peppercorn, graim f prchd corn nd a r. Ther wsw no ifScnity in translator thU weinin: enigma cf the retire rod. The pebv lad, "I am in $! health i. e , hrl in biy: the ric cf charrc-al ei-.iSM. 'Bnt niy prospect .r very bl.v k and g'oomy;" fh pppereevn. meant, "I asa Texs.a&xicus aboit the fu ture, lrst I be killed cr sold into slavery;'' th rso-i cf parted ecru indicated, "1 have become very ilia," a:d tbe crip cf ra added, "My clothing ii in tatters. " Siir laeeois pc6 and love; powder and shot convey notice of Mar; a razcr ii sent to a murderer by the victim relatives to notify Liu that it U expected he will kill hinueif fur the-ir &ititdction. Six cowrie sheila einify "I love you." Such a btring eent by a yoocg man to a girl expresses a deeire to form an en gaetant cf marri&gv indeed it is the recognized way of making a declaration of the tender pao&ion in that pixt of the world. Yankee Blade. "Mamma, when you grow old will you look like little grandma!" asked a little boy of three or four ytars of hie pretty young mother. "Yes, dear," answered his mother, "if yon mean to ak if my face will be wrinkled and thin, and ahall have lost boine of its fairness. Yea, I shall grow to look as little grandma does. Why do yon want to know, Henry?" "Well, mamma, I'll try hard, bnt 1 am afraid I cant love you then aa well as I do now." There is something in this trifling in cident that in spite of all reasoning will sadden, for the child told frankly that which those who have gTown even to middle age xaust count as true there is' always a premium on youth. Detroit' Free Press. Friedrich's Special Premium. The following letter explains itself and will be of special interest to one of tbe many young ladies who competed for tbe premium offered by Friedrich at the West Michigan fair. Grand Rapids, Oct. 6, 1892. Julius A. J. Fkiedrich, Dear sir The committee to decide upon the hand writing in the case of the special premium No. 23 have con cluded that takiug into account the matter of age the premium should go to Cora Nagel, aged 10 years who re sides at No. 484 Broadway, city, and to her you will be kind enought to tend the instrument. ! The society thanks you for the gen erous offer you made and the way you have carried out the plan. I am etc., C. L. Whitnet, Secretary. OrcK KlVJOYfc Both the method and results when Sjrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts fentlj yet promptly on the Kidneys, aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and 'have made it the most popular remedy known. byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug, gists. Any reliable druggist who may cot have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept arj institute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Louis vim, r. atw ton, .r. LEGAIi ADVERTISING. CTATE OF MICIIIiUN-The Circuit Court 0 tor the County ol Kent In Cbauciry. At a e!on ot aid court, he d a the county Louie In the city ot tirai.d Kapids. in said county, on the 6tti day of October. A. I, IJ, l'reect. lion. Wm. E. irove. t lrcult judge. fcarah E. Blgelow, complainant, vs. Ora E. rizelow, defendant. In this case it aipcailuK from affidavit on filet at tlie defendant, Oia E. Uleiuw, i not a resident ot this st-tf. and that the residence ot said defendant Is na nwn. On mo tion of irank A. I'.odirers, complain ant's ftoltcltor. it Is oner't tost the appearance of a1d non resident defend ant, vr E. Biselow. be entered hereto vithln five months from the date of th s or der, or In ease of hit appearance he mue hie answer to the bill rf comp tm to I m-d. and a copy trtereil ! 1 e nerved otitheeonv pialnaiit s 9l citor wlth'n twenty days alter !ertce on him of a co y f add t 111 and notice of this order, and In dcfat.lt thereof and hi it will he taken as confused hy nald non-resl-ler t defendant. And it la fu; ther Trif -d th t llbm fifteen dsT the compi.tlnant -ane a notice of this order to le puitltsint u The ;rm Ilrus Hybai.o, a nemspapr printed. pib'the4 and cl rculstlinf In hI I rountr. and that said publication Kcnl'n ned therein once In each week fo-slxocks In in -rrMl'Mi, or that ahe eau- eopv ot th s rrdr to he ptr na ly served on said nn.re- 1 lent defendant at leat twenty d..ysbfnre the time above tr.'scrUcd for Ms p;e;r ance. 1VJ1. K. J hOVK, Circuit Ju lee. Eiamlned. conrttcrsl -ned n4 emeret hy rn. CoRt.niL HTf t. l;ctisi-r. Fiiask A. Roritiie, C nip alnant's to.lci:or. (A true copy Attest- t'OtMLHS U IIiarrT. P.e.'l'ter. frl no? II MOFTOAGE RALE Default havlPK been maileinthe conditions of a crtnln m- rt rk'e hr!ni dte th" .Sth rtsy ef el t'-rnfr.l'" etCMted by Irsnh H. Klrh an1 hossnna Rich. Ma wife., of the t ty cf 'eei)Tii,. Mootcaim county. Mich'gsB. to Wui am t ttr-n of the city of Mt, t !einT. Macemh ccar.tf. Ml'-nt-t f n. and recorded m the oTc of the rtltr of deeds of Kent eo'inty. MKhin. o; tbe 7?h day of Srtrr ber. tn I br IIS f reoTt et on pw and so ? r-eeed'us. e-fhr t law or In canity. h!n ea had er Insti tuted to receer tr lnl"t te.i Qf. ecn,-M .i t.rM hy the M mrteaee or ant part trer-of. nin wMh sa-id n.-rtrag- thre Is c'.aipnefl to dne at the r.f (Hi fi; t? srn ( thr th-,saf't n tie hurdrd ard lxt'"B doi ars tV6i'.0 '- Notjr u tr'r erey ttrcn tsat 1 y sirn of a power t.f a lnths)'i nrrtr'e c"!jta'Bd. aril oftfe s?aiBt ta a-.jh rae and rrvide1, t'S lanls aol tenements ,n t ton h;rf 'ii f ;4, In the eerily of Kent. Ut th s;t,f Vj.-tgan. fd earr-bed in d rcrtgatfeaa j., tAa. fA.;f T?ee.? t!j b 1 1 the tti sst ia'tr ef etAW te!a;'I Arti t eATfha q-iart-r f th ftrl:srt quarter f se.-nrr) i irti i ij r h d n'n n v! h ratice Mre j '' eetstnrrs p aondr-1 ar teiy e,ere f !sM. '" r nr -ea 1N ai1 at ar'tT c- nNi t-i br tne ter. !p, ur,dr !rcy cf t' CAflt v .-.f ISft. tb b-.et in f-' nt f theev!rt b-ne. 1a xr,m cty cf tiret Jtp. 14a, 'f'at be-tr-.t vr !f f m t c- rt fra'4 e siny t bid ea Thws'ay. ir f'ti Mff ivo'. at 3 :.hi in tt iVr'"i'!,t t t t y amnet 1catna i -"tajr. t" I I cs pn cris cf "ica sf4'-re a'd a . ''"'al a'rT ef f,iT f t i,"ara. fr ldd fv-? ' sa'd T"-tae ed a M-ed y law. I a red !t ILI.IAM OTIVTW.. CROC'S K F R. MwV ArtrtseT fr Mrae. nn 70 AND 72 MONROE ST. 1 m h'spa -for tomorrow only The famous Cosmo Butter milk Toilet Soap for the complexion, per cake Malvina Cream and Lotion, at i Tetlows Swans Down Face Powder at Delettrez Celebrated French Perfumeries, the 50c odors, 0 (bottle included) per oz... Kit)1 J In order to do justice to our patrons and ourselves and give this medium a thorough test, it will be necessary for purchasers to present this advertise ment at our store in order to secure 1 oods at these prices. N. & M. FRIEDMAN, 70 AND 72 LEGAL ADVERTISING, CHANCERY SALE In pursuance and by . virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court f.T thl county of Kent, tn chancery, made and en tered on the lStb day of Jane. A. i. lu a certain sause therein pending wherein Henry Plumb Is complainant and Jaied Chat man. Marie Jane tbatman. James leaven port and Cora E. Compton are defend ants. Notice Is hereby s;len that on Saturday, the 19th day of November, A. D. 1W2. at 10 o'clock In tho fore noon of said day. I. the subscriber, one of tha cireu t court eou.m ssioncrs In and for said county of Kent, in the state ot Michican. s!a 1 sell at public auction to the liui,et blddr, at the front door of the court house of aid coun ty, in tbe city of (irand Kaplls. In said county, all of that certain pi ce or parcel ot land situate and being In the township ot Walker, county 01 Kent and state ot M caigan, and described as follows. twU: The eat on half of a parcel of land bound d a follows, commencing at the lntf ren n of tbe east line of the southwest quarter of the uorthwet quarter ot aertion twelre ;12) in town seen (T) D rth of rare twelve (12) west and the center line of the Hirer road (so-cailed). said point ot Inters ction belnir inirty-one and twentj or.e hundreith9(M It-liO1 rods north of tne south cas; corner of said outhest quirtr of the nortt west qurtrr section twelve (1J). runuinic then Co north on said east Hue of the south west quarter ot I te not th west quarter ot sec tion twe.ve (12) thirty seven and twenty-Mi one-tundredths rods (37 thence west parallel with the north line ot said southwest quaiterofthe northwest quarter of section twelve (12) fifteen and lht tenths US M) rods, thence south parallel with said east line forty-three and seventy eight one-hundredths (43 7-l"o) rods to the e -nter 1 ne of s.tid Klver road. thnce northeastef ly tout the center line of .ild River road ta the place of begiit. nine containing In said asi one-half of the parcel of land above bounded two (2) acres of land, be the same more t less. WALTKK II. HHillKS. Circuit Court Commissioner. Knl County. M.chltan. FRANK A. ROnc.Kn, hoiiclior for ComplMnant. Pated Grand Rapds, Michigan, October 7th. A. D. iras. fn no? IS yXECrrOR'S FALE In the matter ot the etsteof JOHN W. RRAOINrtTON, deceased. Notice Is hereby tlven that I shall se!l at pub llcaii' tlnn. to ti.e nieh'st bidder. on Saturday, the i2ud day of i'etobr. A. 12. at ten o'iio k. In the for n. h p. at the north entrance to tbe Kent county cotrt hou-e, in lh c!ty ot trand Kapids. m thec.iurtyot Kent. In the tat ef Mich'an. pursuant to license an 4 au thority itri'ted to nie on th 3 d day of p tpmbr, A D- livi. l-y the Probate court of Kent cuntv. M ehigm. ail ot the r gat. title, inter est or eat 01 sid deera1. in or to tht eer tais piece or parcel t land situated and being In the cciinly of Kent, stst of Ml.-hlan. known and descrtrw-d ss foilova. to-wlt: Lot rnmber twelve ti-t of t W k nine ? Irew and lirwn's addition V the city of i.ra d Kapids. eccordinc to the recrded plat tfereof. Dated Sept.ftb. A. P. T'-'l. W11MAM n. fir.FU F I e-u tor of win ol aaid deceased- frl octll VOTICE T!" CRFWTor.. e tate f Mi'httrr. V cir.i. WILT.IAM vtrR. Iste of ssid eourty. dce.ei, acd that all cr'1it"rs of aH df-essed ae Textured i pre VOTTCE TO CRFDITHRv ;arei M i-'ssn. C s.tt of Kist er!'-e 14 irr y tia tt ty as r--v-r t t Trot te( (t;rt T T the eo-intf o' kfct. fr4 r.jj th .th of A. P. ;t rr"1 fr ATfl tf.,j t wfft i!rrf4 ''V e- t- t resett t.Ke-t er-invie tKsttrf , FK s 5 K Vv P' f-RV. 1st ef V4 e-e-tv 'aJt. a1 tft 1 e'eur of sid t-aei s r,M '1 f pre tt t'i!r e'-r f "'! fY'-s'e wrt, at t f f f,-. )n !rtt nt re4 r si'ls. Mvrl'Ht:- B sn1 -'esr.ee r-r .??- n Ay cf Vs-h v tT.. ae1 tfcat yh e ifr. v j; y. t r, s.-'t e-H-t n Th r's. t n Al r Mr-! eett. at tit.-"l 1 h f,rftni rf tbs dV. Ta red t 's 4 F- pi s. V e . nt A T 1 n. tKi e I I f skiva, f.l rf r J4r ef rr". -rjty cf Kent. s. N ot! Is her r v givfii. ti!at t y an rer or ie I'rwl ate Co-irt fW t'e Conety f I Krt on tie l.th day of Fep'emter. A. I, i, sit montba from tbst !e v-ere s.1 en jr eredUors to present tie r cia ms atir t the i F-of.; of!'e, m th e ty o ward I'.aplds. for j j eaTi naMcn sr-'t n fsii', on cr hfr th J I ty of Vsrrh eftt. sn1 t Mich ! j frr lil b h'-S'-d before s.4 eurt. I !.iif. t: V-th dy ft Var' tut at j tei e r'A'k tn th froff n of tf.st 1te 1 !stei Orarjd Pail i:, A. I. J (Hi ' f. r k k 1 v. i f ri oet 7 jBr ol Frebat. j - " mm uuu 9 IN order to convince ourselves regard ing the merits of the Herald as an adver tising medium and to establish tho extent of its circulation, wo will offer the follow ing Standard Toilet Goods at a nominal figuro way below tho actual value: 11. i MONROE ST. PATIENTS III MEXICO. Dr. S. Clsy Todd had another case la Me tics yesterday; he sent the medicines by the. United States Express. This patient gave DR. TODD Dr. Archibald Lawson. Managing I-syslclanrf American Hospital la the Cliy ol Mexico, ai reference. CHICAGO HEARD FROM. I tiad Bronchitis, LlTr Complaint and Kidney trouble, terrl'I c m;h. paias In fhv back and night sweats. I was doctoring fit mouths In Chicago with two of the best phy slclons.but could not get m ell. but bearing of the great cuccem of DR. S. CLAV T(11. No. 16 North Division street, room 4. Uranl Kapids. Mich.. I applied to blra January l- and I ara glad to be abi to say that in two days I bad already b'itun to get better and a:a now all r'.shr. and feel strong and able 'o work and will go borne tomorrow ard c i to work. THOMAS LINN AN E. No. 320 Wet Harrison t-L, Chicago. Ut Jan. 22, lL III DEMAND EVERYWHERE ! DR. S. CLAV TODD bas patients In Eurp He rent medicines to a iat!eot in ose, th erlaud. yesterday (28J) ty American Ktpres. The best physicians of that country had pro nounced the case hopeless. He has a very painful disease, and as seems to he the cus tom throughout the ror!d. his friends applied to DR. S. CLAY TODD. Ne. 16 North llv sion street. Grand Rapids, Mob as a last rn?n. Success Everywhere! Almost every town or city or tenhbor hood In tre United stats cn -ca-t f ne u ruer saffere r nho hs Pen restored to prrtect health and nanh'wd or woman hood by Dr. R.Osy Todd. In the psst ; yeais. He sends medicines everywhere. CATAUHII CURED! llnvc You Catarrh. nave yu pains over the ycT Are your eyes wstryT Hae yon a dry couth every nljfcr Are you sick at the stomach? Is there a eocttnoocs ir-ptlnt of reoeons In the back of yonr trest? Yen caa be cured q'et!yar4 terreaaent v bf Dr. K. Cay Todd. IS Nerth Llvlslee ate.i. ap slain, rooms 1, S and 4. J-o4 fUpts Vllch. tail or writ, free, at oftee er ly auaiL Sfedieines seat everywhere. Stomach Troubles Cured. ra'rs?n tenaeh, t,eh!at win J. Fats!: c wster. fK4 t c. Fats l-eff-r at4 after eating. Constant ps H Is stmch Cid r yestff people eiirA. I ysrep ti"Hl. Nervcus Dyseps't eared. AH stexsrh troaMee rurei f y Dr. R. Clay Ted4. No li Nrth Davison Street. S's'rs. roews 1, snl 4. Oreti Rap'ia. st. Cor it: o fr- t or tyietior. d'!- tes -ct everye. ( a I or writ fre flZK f ! T. f i! LTV' K71fI' L 'If f.lH neleie ike ht rrsi- T"!T.I ITT I MK fRflll4 5 ft'r-t ., .1!' C. v sf FMMI V M.K. 7 K K V 71 r F -M: rt -,ss Trt lirt'I (I"' FT7CT- lev lo Cje.' '!! f! f-tft ef V-sf'-ts, CM ROBINSON DENTAL CO., FRIED u uuu .7 25 RUPTURES Deatroy CoaforL RUPTURES ARE DAK3ER31IS JR-tip tn res Oiiiel ! ! ?f Fslfe or rglca! eaeratiea. No truss Dssl. Dr. S. Clay Todd entrant te tts rxpUrecatL;r4 ,r taswXx iu sue la 4i t-ekra. aiedlefaes ee .t toasy aSftreasoa ree:t at Not sold at trxu atrw. Call or write fr. Letters auswerel proapr ,. free ef eaart. jurtb I); vision .tret. tp ,i.f4. f, Li fta 4. Oraad iua, Jca. 1- ...1 lis? i'vi-. -l-'.v-, ; n'..';.e-:7,l ... V Dr.&ClayTodt The Fsmout Nerve Speclafit, No. 1 IVortli lisslott Hi, IOC MS 1. S saa'w ckixd jurws. Mien. Curn Taratjsis. Twitchinjf, IincU lcj:or PnckiiDf Hrnsatiocs, Tremul ous Feslings, liack or Heal Ache, liack or ck Tains, aomeUaies run BinR down the arms or back. Dustiness and otbrr sjrnpUims ledinf to Fara Jysis. Nervous Ih-Uhtj at)d Fma's Complaints ami Chronic I.seaes. Coi)sultat.on free and confident at. Ko charire for services tint J cured. lireotions in all laruafes. KHEUMATISM ALWAYS CURLH CATARRH AND HEAD NOISES CURED PFOrSY tUr.EO. flTS AND ALL NERVE AND ERA!N c;seasi:s cuf.ed, eye and ear diseases cured, the only one vwi0 cures deafnl3 CsUfth, dta!u-Mh urr.at.sm, 1 rr. ous dfcbj.ty, iiEpoleooe and all disease resulting from earlj lndiscret.ons and excretes of xcsuhood, all disease of tLe urintrjr orf at.e, jmrtal j.sra'rsjs, Tanc celn ruptur, tumors, aorofuia, old sores, dropsj, sk a d.saas, t ver and kidney complaints, heart dis"", shortneas cf t-reath, bark cd lie.?! small of lck, tic, including Al female compls'. nd cfironjc d:eae-t cured qun kly an,1 permanently. That cough, si fht fever nd Tesk n,s, shortness of breath, pafpttatin of Leart. my means sur and qui ootisuinpf sa. If you ar nervous, reatleaa, Irrita Me. 'sleepless ct wake ft.r hcrril dreams, t red nicrn;nf with a dull beadach, bevl tate a U,, moutti, sometinif-s d sclsrges, an.j go about your mploymtnt without oergy or amlltiun, d-a,ie to I slain, t:lcomy foreb dsrif s, a d'ro t rn t" worry "nd fret sbut trout!e ah-l tl.st rievfr conift, p--ilt cf filing afraid cr uncitam. ' a-tn'lirpe-s low ?v,ntt you ara sufJenr.g from rjrrous iil;ty and ( i haut fr. r f c rve power, whkh may erd in ttlr prostration,' irnity and death. 11 you tavea prteerjseof waknees snd weariness, Wjtb t.rl liunl , tumti rtesa. tremb inr, prickly risstorj, cold feet on d yfu ar -d vauntg to tr;at rnft serious d, Para.'ye a. If your bead stf-f.ea, I e-l numb and ired. With etrerse eneatioria, )oe rj meiufry, and T thick with difScu'tr cr you are sJeep'ese tt ncM, w th drowsiness nd dulin- dur-,r;g ty, day, tbe rierv erid brain fat rue msf K-n run into insanity or death. 11 you ba any of tteae feijngs dJ cot nefct l.em, rr they will erkl,u3: paralyse Ir.ean'ty, prostration tr jl,you value ycur Die d? not rg. Wt ttf" warcitis. Tuna rd ezpu renew ta shewr, and ttindreda of turtlirg nd marvelou cures b ? roved, t tbee J ise-sse-s re per and completely cured ty I'K. h. CLAY TOII, 2 S. I'ivton etewt, rnnini 1, nd 4, (jrend Rap'ds, Mfh. I'mVr tt use of IH. K CLAY TOID'H reriiarksbj remedies all those tymjtoms Teli if ty msgic, and '.TrT.K.t of 'r-rves, v-rrff ba:n, v.ta ity cf fcKod end ba!th of toy ar eoon r t vr& H.s remedies are rre'y FtatV ard bsrriiee. ran onl e tamed st r:! nfrces. Ia. TolI cf.rr p''"fds Lpeeecri t r: before e h pat ul iD t ) La, 7)M"6 r fSre t at if N. I v .i -t, rom 1. ? ad , rar'5 Kaj.s, His rnHi' r.M arr w th ttesm fh, rd vru fn aiytLtrje: y n Hr;t it b;s .? fror In t;e D','ri Ire ti&i i 1 tn tf-e ven.r vey 4 j yi Kurds je, Ceil every t"1f. A fr;n!y tt k wj; rot ytru rcth l j.