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GRAND RAPIDS HERAUV SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1892:
EMELYAX'S WIFE. Emljan w a 1V.tct Irving la bi frjiifcr!! Lou fcjaiya wm goic to Lv work in thu tall ocic iixj whi?n fro; , cpiia whih i had almost txtai ttm, jam;l up in firTu of him. Emel jrQ CATt-fill j oef it. FuJilea- lf he htMrlaie aLiil him. Eraelyaa tint; ! iaroarul axl aa a LeaLilifti! girl lUiitiLi Uiiin4 hra, who aai.l: ' W.y L jou n-t marry. Emalyac?" IIuw ua-a I in-arry, lay iri? I b.ve Doiiurr except tujaclf ; no wotaoa will 3UiT7 IT." JTe girl e'umtlj jIfao! Em?7an. "I:- h relied uh Jeiiht; "Imi tht wortU U.Lhcrur aboatT eaii tL irL "It only xzmua that we alkali Liv ttj work a hltla more ard ale-p a Lttlr Uvw, nl then wLervvtr w are w liudl &ud ourbtilv clothwii and fl." 4 Wrj will, then, w"ill niArry; tart Let u goto the city." Emelyaa aq4 th girl weot to the city. Ttu jrtrl Itxi him ta a sxaall houa at tha farther cf tt; tiwy wers married and trtad houek9j'm. The goYenn..r drrra ont oua Jy, and ad he paaed thcLr hcaa llru-iyaa's wifj ra oat ta lot-k at him. Wlm the governor saw t-r bwu struck with aaatoniafcmrnt at Ljr Iwauty, and iid tohiuiflt-lf, Wher could auch a laaty Lav come from?" II tejj.t up, called har acd hegn to qienti. a hr. ' "YLl urw yaa?" . "The wifa ot th peasant Emlyan." "ilo m cuii stji h a buty avi yoa to tnaxrj a i-at? Yea ahouM have Leva a princ. "Tluuik you foryour kind "words. I axa ;11 ccntJtit to be a peasant's wife." Th tnr-rin t xaa.!e a few more rd-fnu-ki, tlrtia away and rr turned to hia IhilM-v. 11 could not t;tt the wife ot Em frly&ji out of ht Lt-ad. He did not sleep kii iii'ht. II-J tiioiht of how he should t-ve ay Kiaiyani wife and get her f jc hiavlf. II cnld hit upon no way cf d' iu it. r hoi!ll hia srrantd and or-lrrt-d llm to tind a way. The irTanta said to the KOTernor: "Take Enwlyan a.-i one of your labor er. We will tht'n kill hiia with hard work. Th wift will bj left a widow fc:id yoa can ha her." The joTernar sent for Emelyan to be potu ia of all work and to Hto with hii wifd in too palace. The messenger went ami g&r Kmeljim the mea8age. The wife replied: "That I gtuxL Go. Yoa can work d aria the day and at night yon can re turn to me." Exaelyan wmit. lie arrived at the palswe. The geweroor'a foreman aaked tarn: ""fTiydil you -come alone, without jrour wif-j?" "Why brin her? She ha her house." They gare Emelyan work in the gov ernor's yard that would hare been a hard tank for two men. Emelyan set about hia work and w& afraid he would not be able to fini-ii it, but be fore eight he had nfihed it alL The ti reman saw that tie had done all of it and gare hira for the neat day four timet an much. Emelyan went home. There he found everything swept clean and tidy; the tore lit; the baking and cooking all done. The wifa was sitting at the table and rewing while she waited for her hrahand. he met him, laid the romper. gTve him hit meat and drink, ar.i when he hal finished tgan to ak Ln;i a boat hi. work. There l no cv talking; it 03 bad. They giv yoa mure than you can do. Ihey will kill me with work." Dnt yoa yon mtft not think about th wcrrk. IVit look to the one?ide or to the ctl-er; how mucih have yon done tir how much L b ft. Only work. All Will be done in timo." In the morning Emelyan returned to work, lie Parted work, nerer looking to one ride. Lo! by the evenicaj: it was all fir.ishTl. and before it waa ilark he ww at home. They pxit more and more work npen Emelyan, but he always finUhetl it in time and wnt home. A wek h.w goTu by. The gowrnor's servant . that they cannot kill Emel yan with ronh work. They bein to givrt him ikiill tanks, but with this ty cannot kill him. Caqienttr'! ma- n's. riofeT'H workall thAt they gave hnn l fini.i" in time and guefiJiame to hi- wif and to Ivp. An-fhr w?k g by. The governor rli h "TvanU an J say: 'I I fvl y m with bre.1 for noth ing Tr w-k hav pnimd, and M jr?t t r"taing fn ra you. You wnnt p.1 to kill Envlyan with harl wnrk, anil from my v. :i. !' I trve him going h.tn ev-rr lay. sinqtrg. iHd you in t Ti'.l to tj tk a y-tt j4 tiiT Ti..- ; tv n' l.gt- to excu.-e them p . V," fri-l." tii-y U1. "with all onr tr.; " .cwl I im with hanl work, but w- i ;'d not J it. When he siwwjm i;! a irr ci b !" it witlnmt fa-tii:!-3. V thn lej;an to give him fki'.l-'-l x r'.;. thinking he won'd l-e fb rt of 1 ; u-., tr;t witii that w c"ild E l hr tk ) tm 'Vwtu Wliere does h g-t It Yrt1 r.v-rytX.iAg be aproache b- !. It cn.Jt N that thr ie witrh rrift in hitn t in fc wif. We onr- s-'v ' tirnl ef hira. We want to gis- hira a t.v-k beyn"! hi prri. We j I'jonht of ginsr him sr cr!tr t bniM a rtiilral ii a Jt- l yon call i rrrviy.n n4 e nnw,-! hnn ? biiM a j r.-i'b-drt-l in fr-it of yonr - in a p ?v 4 y. :w.d fJ?e3. if h f Ails to do it. i tl ) r u rat be vit tl fr dwoVvli i tr-r-," T''i rv-Tor wit f r Frvlyn. j "N.'w. th'Mi." h- :'!, -thi" m my c- ! iVr v n. i a nr rat l-xfril :s in:i i'?nr in tie r-. I; iu t-t - rif Uw,.rn'w. If py I; -M : I will -rf.T Nvvr on von. If v n . t i i it t--ii wV,! ynr h-!.- F v!Tt le-M t.- t". orJT, tHm-l r-vi-4 icJ went hm;-. "Now," h t:u-xi) . hiv,f. nv -d H ffn." If v T t l hi tft Sivl l l : ' it v ; r t'"'w c ?4rthr. wf; tt i If-" 'H!T If W (. Tot W ' o fd " f'r "otUjrj i V ', j ' H in yi ; r- -j f r ; r vI "-rvt y---i '.v rt torn 1 -v I !k i I'yrww t;i frijV- i '. rr i 1 ' . n 1 1 ?n , v ;f l i' - "i r -' ' -r H ri- v, f - ' -v ! I . - ' T rt't b !. Tte forerscr Lai many serrants, ai.d whrr?er wpo we iuHb caught," teh- aaid. . "Yoa cannct eecape hiia, and bo Iolt as we have power we muat obwy." "Dut bw to obey when it Li beyond me?" "Little father! do not grieve. Take your auj-prr and go to bod. In the taurn liig you will get up atid everything will U all right." Emrly au went to btd. The wife awvie iilXL M.io," te eaid; "g quickly and get your catLlral bnilt. Here you have naiL and a haiiiiiier, and thre U only cne day's work kft fr yoa." Emlyan went t the city, arrived at the palace and behold! thr& a new cathlra.l btanding in the mi Idle cf the e'iare, wanting only a little of Iting tiiJohe.1. Emelyan started to give it the finishing tone be where they were r-iuirt-d, and by the evening everything w3 complete. The governor awoke up, looked out froia tiw palace and saw the cathedraLwith Emdyaii walking aronn-1 it, merely putting in a nail here and there. The sb;ht of the cathedral did not glad den the heart of the governor. lie wai funoQS at having no opportunity of le-h-.ading Emelyun and taking hi wife. The governor calb bin 6-rvanti again. 4,Exaelyan fulfilled thw taak hl3," he jaid. "We miut invent eomething more C4 implies til for him. Invent it. If you do not I wils'Urhvad you first." II is servant contrived that the governor should order Emelyan to make a river flowing around the palace, with large t-L-j floating on it. The governor or dered Enif lyan to perform tliia new task. 'If," he aid,N"yoa couM build a cathedral in one day, you can do tlm alo. All must be ready tomorrow, as I have ordemi it. If it is not ready your head will be cut off." Emelyan became more dejected than ever, and returned with the gloomiest of faces. 44 Why," she said, "are you so gloomy? Uaa something new been ordered?" Emelyan told her all. It w necessary," he said, "to run." "It is impvxwible to run away." she aaid. "We shall be caught wherever we go. We must obey." "But how obey?" "Oh, little father, do not trouble about anything! Take your supper and lie down to fdeep. Get up earlier and every thing will be in time." Emelyan lay down to sleep. In the morning the wife wakea him up. "Cro," she said, "int the city. All U ready. There u only a littlo hillock left beside the harbor. Take your ppade and level it." v Emelyan went and arrived at the city. Round the palace ran a river; vestals were floating on it. " Emelyan went to the harbor and saw there a hillock, which he started to level. The gov ernor wakes up, looks out and sees a river where previously there had been none. On .the river vessels were float ing, and Emelyan with the spade is lev eling the hiiloclt. The governor was astounded, and he waa not pleased with either the river or the vwsels, being vexed to think that ho could not behead Emelyan. He thinks to himself: "There is nothing that ho cannot do. What U it to bo now?" He eailod the servants and began to consult with them. "Invent for me," he says, "a taak that Emelyan cannot fulfill, for all that we have hitherto invented he has done, and I cannot take away hid wife." The servants thought and thought, and at hit they found something. They wont to the governor and said: "Call Emelyan and epoak to him thus: Go there, without knowing where, and bring that, without knowing what. Wherever he goes you can then say that he hae not gone where he was needed, and whatever he brings you can say that it is not what id wanted. He can then be beleded and his wife taken." The governor was delighted. "This," he said, "you have Invented wisely." He sent for Emelyan and said to him: "Go there, without knowing where, and lirir.g that, without knowing what. If you do not bring it I shall cut oil your head." Emelyan went to hi wife and told her what the governor had said. The wife pondered. "Now," she said, "they have taught the governor a leson that ho himself will suiTer by. Tho thing has to be managed wisely." She sat down, reflected, and spoke to her husband as follows: "You will have to go far to our grandmother to our old peasant moth er.' You must implore iVr kindne.su ud yon will receive something from her. Yon muft thn go straight to the gov ernor and I sluill bo there. This time I hall not bo aMo to escapo from th'-ir hands. Thy will tJte me by force, but it will not be for long. If you do all th grnndmother tells you, you will soon f r" m." The wif prepnrM her husband for the journey, giving him a small bag and a spin lie. "Give this spindle to our grandmoth er." she sail. "By this fhe will know that you are my hn.bnd." Th wife showed him tb way and Eiaolysn started on his Journey. After lairing th city h saw soma frfho-t-er (trutx) practicing. Linoly.ui st p pM nd lookd otu The frshootrs ! rr:u'ticd for awhil? and then sat down to rW Emlyri went up to th m and j akr-l: j ,-I'n"t you know, brothers, which is th- wat to une know n t wifr, and h'v or; is to bring rn knvws n'-t-whaf" i T tr honors wt afoni?hl at "Who," thv saM, "has snt yon to fr. I tl-tr?" Th- p orornoT." "N thy il. "w cannot hlp Er"r!Tn, afvr ittirv awhile, ct rp a.i wrt i n frThr IT j nrr,vM n an l on, sn 1 -sm to frrt. In th t-.'Wt a hnt. fn thi Y- s-At sn n! ern the !1 ps irit mother- nning fat and crying. The r.?d wn,nn saw F.m!rn and orsnel ont: "What hre yn iw f r1 Fndrn -fv hr th f m 1 ard vd his wif hl rt hm t.- 1 rr. Th id w-nsn 5n.ue.!:atry t-o.vid miid-r in h 't tr..rn r, nd N-tn to ip 't n i in. Ftrelv-sn tsrt-t! to r her !1 hi ' f ho'V h t ! h Sti'I, h'"W h rr.Trl rrT t. ti 4 ri v to l;re; 1 v h w ts lV-n - n a j;-, u rf , w ; - vr ;u r v-r rT - f.'r t' rtjt-N . !i tt. r I ho- t s 5rw- f had ordered him io go there,withoc knowing w litre, and briij that, without knowing what. The old woman listened and tUpcd to wi?p. bta began lauttenug lo Lr- feelf. "All right," she sail; "kit down, tit tle son, and eat." Emelyan aie, and the old woman started giving Lira instructions. "Ht-re," the bail, "you have a bail. Roll it before you, and go after it wherever it runs. You will have to go a lofcg way to the ocean. You will get to the ocean, and there you will ?e a large city. Enter the city, and ask in tha farthest house for a night's bulging. There you luut fcearvh for what you nxrd." "But how, grandmother, thall I know what it "When you ee what people oley bet ter than father or mother that will bs the thing. Catch hold ot it and carTy it away. You will bring it to the governor; he will toll you that you have not brought what was needed, and you muet then ay, 'If this is not the thing it must be broken in pitrors.' Beat upon it and then take it to the rivvr; bre&k it and throw it into the water. You will then get back your wife." Emelyan bade the grandmother good by and decried, rolling the ball before him. The Ixill rolled and rolled and brought him to the ocean. By tho ocean was a largo city. At the far end of it was a big house. Emelyan asked for leave to sleep iu the hou.e and was ad mitted. He lay down to sleep. Early in the morning he awoke nnd heard tho father going up to arou-e his son that he might send him to chop wood. The 6on does not obey. "It is early yet," he saya; "there is time." Enxdyan hears the mother getting down from the oven, and she says: "Go, my little son; the father's lHnes are aching. Must he go himself? It is time." The son merely smacked his lips and slept once more. While ho slept there arose a terrible noise in the street and a heatiug, as of drams. The son jumped up, pnt on his clothes and ran out into the street. Emelyan also jumped up and ran after him. "What is that which the son obeyed better than father or mother?" f Emelyan rau out and saw a nai go ing along the street and carrying a round thing on which he beat with sticks and which rumbled. This thing the son obeyed. Enielyan ran toward it, began, to examine it and saw a thing that was round, like a barrel, and had both ends covered with skin. Ho began to ask what it was caMed. "A drum," the man said. ' Emelyan was surprised and he asked that it should bo given him. It was not given. Emelyan gave up asking and commenced to walk after the man. Ho walked all day, and when tlte man lay down to sleep Emelyan snatched the drum away and ran off with it. He ran and ran and came home to hs own city. He thought tluit he would see his wife, but ehe was no longer there. She had been taken off the next day to the gov ernor. Emelyan reported to the governort "He who went there, without knowing where, has brought that, without know ing what." The announcement was made. The governor ordered that Emelyan should come the next day. Emelyan started to announce himself again. "I have come today," he said, "and have brought what was ordered. Let tho governor come out to me; if not, I will myself go in." The governor went out. "Where," he says, "have you been?" Ho answered. "Yon have not been there," said the governor. "But what did you bring?" Emelyan wanted to show him, but the governor did not want to look. "That i3 not it," he paid. "If it is not," said Emelyan, "it must be broken, and the devil with it." Emelyan went out with the drum and beat upon it. As he beat upon it all the military of the province collected around Emelyan. They saluted him and waited for orders from him. The governor be gan shouting out to his soldiers that they should not follow Emelyan. They paid no attention, but all marched after hiia. The governor saw it and ordered that Emelyan's wife should bo brought out beforp him. He asked that Emelyan give him np the drum. "I cannor," sail Emelyan; "I have orders to break it and throw the pieces iu tho river." Emelyan went with the drum to tho river, and th. soldiers followed him. Near the river Emelyan broke tho dram akin. He lroke the wood into small fragments r.nd threw them into tho river. And all the soldiers ran away. Emelyan took his wife and led her home. From this time the governor ceased bothering him, and Emelyan be gan to live com fort ably, gathering around hkn the good things of life and ridding himself of the bad. Count Tol stoi in New York Sun. Ma Bsachuaettfi Heard From. lUnrg ued IMl's 1'iJr Pomade while in New York, and :ts t; having resulted m a euro of blind pdf of cn years standing, 1 derm it my duty to do all I can to heve othsrs try it. A. H. r.srl er. Three BiTrrs, Mim. ETery pacfess- contains a bona fide guarantee. 1'nce 1, ra for f . I'.v ina;l. The front lr1rr n I w Wa'tar- 'f.fri ef Pnmin Harriott' l m fin tl rt f"olC rrMtit Itftrrimn hlmrlf. I he hook 1 a coo. I n. Onlrr at once ill Bhtv Ml .v-.. r r-n y 4 --' ft i'r., ! ,. . . T 1 i . .'...,",!, k . i. , M:'a i-v -4 f 1 -vx ONE MASSJDF SCALES Afflicted 3 Year by Dreadful Skin aad Ulood lLe4-, with lnteue I'ain and fxs of I lair. Ail Other Remedies Fail. KiU-ved In stantly acj Cured iu Four Weeks by the Cutlcura Kemedie. I fcat a few word to y rc trdt&y It CCTt ci a Us a win is. lty tir rured rue ui lr wrtii' U;u iro:u a J Li liivo4 I'lix-.. ita I tare h4 for or ttirt j .'. At c-rri,B tiima, ujv l:u t tiy ami al kri( ctik:nt k'll i-evlit off La w caW. la rli wc.Lt.tr oi v wm o Bij cf scale. W l'a u i hi- c a! .r ite ...u uiru; It .a...t tr.u lrr lo iuy ec, Kbi my li.xij Jm ir-ig in a i..r cuk-liuu, uh a !- cf Ia.i. 1 tuve trd every kn u nrt.dy tht w i-ooiu-ruui "tu rr, but it wot uo uk, dDii u nit ry i t; b u ':.;. r-'o, inr.j of )('urOi rut t.A Kmi in, i (.-vul'Iu'IcJ t- Hera a lnl. 't'ha tru 'Puci;-ju iait l li Uil li.uf. la fkl tl4liO I fourid Il!f CLIJ, kr.J I ttl thj'lf-l tr bt tiiy b.Ar 4ui tr !ju. Vour t ltut'Kt ItCkiMt a t.vtv:ij to t,aie ha u.y baie tho o itu.ii'y U u Uuai. 1 cua tvuiaif Li tkcm to st : "I I'MINO KEItAi, Z"Qi L t'on Ave.,ttaciO, IU. Cuticura Remedies FiTi'ft li'y mew treat eurea cf kuniorf an-i dta ear rif ti akin, a-aip, aitd 1Km4 thaa ail utbrr r-aidita eoo.liniKt. t'tTit taa, ifca first fkia t'ur. aui t'ftn I ra Soai-, au tiquiaiM ;k'n Iuri tiir astl lauuirr, etu-rruillv, an4 t't-riciu lil-iolte-t, tha new lMuod t'liritier and (rratrat of Humor Kmiolu , tbterDllr, cure every rme of lU'hinir, burnni, acaJy, pimfty, and Moti by tl.a eaara cf the fckia, 0A.p, ani bluod, front lnfunry to a fro:n jl in to .r?u!. v ten tte U.-at fbyai. ciaua aj.i all oilier rcoieiiict fail. Po!J rtrrrynhre. Price, rxTiccaa, Wc; Foar, 55c.; litOi.v i m, $1. I'rrpareU by t'ae 1'unn Je-Serid for" How to t'ura Hkio pjseaat'e, pafee, 60 i:;utrk.UuD, 1"J teatinioc:a!a. P Ml'Lt, black-brada, red, rouitb, cbapped an4 I I Ell i'y curtti by CfTirtRa HoaP. OLD FOLKS' PAINS. Full of comfort for all Palna, Inflanw xatl'iu, and Weakiieaa cf the Aged ta tne Cutlcura Aull-lMlri Pliatcr, tbetirtttand only taio-killitiK atrenrtb. Hung iacU;r. Xtw, luetauuauoua, mi iafalUbla. Unlike Dutch Process No Alkalies Other Chemicals are fitted in the preparation of W. BaRer & Cos Breakfast Gecoa, which is absolutely pure and soluble. It has more than three timet the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is .'ar more economical, costing less than one cent a cvp. It is delicious, nourishing,' and a silt DIGESTED. Sold by Crocers everywhere. V. Baker & Co., Dcrchester.Mass. Ilia Wtiti Frsncti Curs. Warranted ii T DO?! JTIW C " to cure IM lil!UUBi;iBl It POLOOk PO&ITIVZ QUAKANTSC to core anyforra of narvona tl eara or any dis order ot thKftt eratlve orirana of cither bcxAj BEFORE from tha exooa- AFTER aire oo of SttauliiDta, Tobacco or Oploai, or through youthful imnacretios, ovr Jndni cenoc, Ac, aacri as Loes ot Bra la Power, Wsk?fulaf nr., Soaring doTra Ptln; tn tbe back, Reinical Weatneaa, Hysteria, Nrvoue Pros tration. NoctTmt EmlKPlona, Leacorrboea, i1zzlnea8, Wcik Memory, Loss cf Power ani Impotency. wblch If ncclected often lead ta trf mature old aire aad inaantty. Ptlca $1,00 a box, 6 boxca for $3.00. Bont by maU on receipt of urloa. A V? OrArt?rTJ5E In gtven tor eve ry $5.00 ordr rrcclvM, to refund the money If a Permanent carola DoteJoctcd. Wc have thooaand? of Uetltacnia'.arroiaoid and yonre of both axf a, who hava been parmancntly cured b7 tho uao cf Arlirodltlne. ClrcUiia Iro. Mention parxr. iddrrca THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Wtfiern Krsnch, P. 0. Co 27. White & White, MORTON HOUSE PHARMACY No. 9! Monroe Street. Grand Rapl ts. Mteh FIRE AND WATER PROOF ROOF FAINT ATFL1ED BY P. P. SMITH, (jfflce, U Canat St. Kesidencf. C9 Foun tain Fereet, SAVE MONEY BY SAVING THE F00F YOU HAVE. Ronfa of all kind matrad and rttnt'd with II I B tt A T. I" S U W N PATENT ADLSTOS RCOF PAINT. orders k-iyen rrompt attention. Ail work tnranteed. Rferecr-CoI. T, V. Fox. J. N. Rare, Col. f. W. Calkins. CRATCrut COMrORTlNa. E ) j ).s's Cocoa! BHEaitr 9T. Tv a tt "ri Mo,ei f the rt iral la. whi"?i t o rn h v-r as of 4 g'-"l it artJ iiutri-n. nl by a ir fiil t-tti-n ot f c rrrp i t:m f we:: :cf'1 C-rtoa. Mr. r r: !! povvi'led o;r brevkt th;e with de si ife.j fjvr-ted 'rerat w?iti rn vy sav ts many ayf d.r..ra' tii It If the j;i a!;!'ii o- Fiiy t s'lni. T ti! it up until f'ror.z e ii Tt r;t very tej.jnc I r 4ja e;. !i ,.Di i l. e-f miM;e n a!a. . ar" " t-l-c s'"i:f!ii u. rea.t '. attain P'ffr f hr a wa ro:n. w e i-r '-rr a fa' at P'-'t ! v ker g a':-t. i f. .rf r 1 w ti I Kd a d r-r-r'iv t (u i.i'd tram. "t i v 1 S-i ! CH"-tt fv! 'r . t; f.v'lTi wT er T'.'t. f v ' n r r ps:.T t t'T fy ir."r lv ALMA hi cr re oner rr fended. AS Wil'JJ tKH i "V m :ai-. T-a a r. .-w!-rrJa! a - .r-a e.--l K f 1 f mm- ,nf t t V.ri 1 f i a.' pa a . : -ti r ' H a- 1 r. t 4 " M'' - J ecvrv : tf 1 a-u o .v. rr av'ti.a. n. We Have Placed on I A good many more other Low Values SIEGEL'S CLOAKM SUIT DEPARTMEf RUSSELS Brussels Carpets are the old reliable. You always know that you can depend upon them and not find them disappointing you. Taps are good. Body Brus sels better. The one will wear for a dozen years or more, and the other is good for about a score more, rather than less. Know ing the demand for Brus sels, special attention has been given to that branch of the business. A finer line of them has neverbecn shown in Grand Rapids. You pay for a Brussels Carpet today what you formerly did for an Ingrain. If one wished to pay $50 r ?7.S per pair for Lace Curtains they were sure to buy "Brussels." It is not necessary these days to give any such amount of money; 10 to $2S will sat isfy the critical purchaser.; and wc guarantee them to! be the genuine article. I Smith & Sanford CS Monroe Stf-ft. 71ANSY PILLS1 , n,-v , r4 , arc. ctirn a t rrtctuiL. 'fr:Hr.3K2:;;-' enrps cunt ctosuus CARPETS ! BRUSSELS CI IS! 00 rn i is n I 0 II I , Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sale 2 S 100 Jackets with Cooney Collar Reveres and Cooney Ornam'ts for these 4 days $3.98 ! tion them all. Second Floor May's Bazaar. LEATHER GOODS! E PEA TED calls for these goods has induced us to add this line to our Fall stock. It will interest you to examine. All new, fresh goods and the prices right. J. C. HERKNER JEWELRY CO., 57 3Ionroo Strict. TARIFF REFORM BOOMING. "A Public Office a Public Tru?!." You can cut thee cake; until you hu?t. The people seem to be trying to prove the truth of the nbovo little pleasantry. They are eating so main- of the new Tariff Bcform Cakes That we can scarcely supply the demand. That's not to bej wondered at, however, for they are line cakes, the Jinest in tbe land, and whether you are Tariff Reformer or not, you an't do better than to et a pound from your procer. United States Trusses and Shoulder Braces! i . and alBiriteorp Trraa, alth cr r'tfif ct air 1 atH"anfa r-'a i,rtla're ''Irr rail at? fur ta Altrrim m 7rua. It la a ma.-ttt Ivr aapjo If. :it .isl t. flrctg ard tha ruoal 4ura! 'a r&aa. r-al:frt)na jkna'aot'l Kiiouii:rnra'ts-;t uUu la.k tirala and lu:?iu,ii, at aae 3o,.ar a (r. VALLEY CITY PHARMACY, 75 Canal Street SPROUL & M GURRIN. Plumbing, Steams Hot Water Heating HOT AJK I UKNACI.S, MiMF.LS, CRilES AND HUM,, CAS AND F7 rrr.. rr-. 1. .... a iri a-! 1' rrl ar". .tta"? I'V-p Ih'tm' 1 1 a'ai tat!' a r I'-at-r, a-ira Inr l:a:((a 'trl'.i"" V i a: aL4 J '.a'l J-rair.'.a I lum-n' Pit tna t rr , .. )t li-i HpsI Fulton St, (Telephone 147) Grand Rppt K Mirh V4UI.T c itt ir.ni op. at a. ADOTPTrT l!Hf sisaiii Engines and Boilers, t.-, lei reM !ktrtc-r. rct n i Saturday. pecial Lou Values 100 H Jackets V'lSrj j (EXTRA LENGTH) Fun r(&i- Black ' Coonoy 1) ; j Revercs I j and y ( Ornam'ts 0 I S7.50 g values at A & j $4.98! I I 'I ftoo busy to men Silver Corners on each lnok. Mom ;r;inis for tlie comer., Ladies' While Card 1 Jookfc new i-lmpe, Com li ti at ion Hooks Change Hooks, Card and Pocket Hook to match. All colons in Ic.ithrr Pi 0 LUXIFIC iinrRLSrv ia nr.S rrakr arTf ii.t AS Wilt 81 fit I T a. TZ1T1ZTJ znd Bener?! Mi!! mml L4 i rut' w.iiit i-u !..i.t ' tv... I e rl 4 4 I J Baking Coinp'y.