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GBAXD EAPIDS HEMLU SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER g, iSgz FJLL1 Our new line of Cloth ing fur Fall and Winter in all the new shape ami fabrics ia nowrraJy fur inspection. We will be pleased to show yuu the same. Gardner S: Baxter . . CITY NEWS IN flrti. Tcklj tii members of Trinity churcti Will rtiOica al mie publ.c Li.coliruut of uuvl'i s,buudi.t Lrvtai ty Urcoratin ti:r ctiurch w tn i.i k;nd of fruit, trouble xid grain-1. Vti ierfi-:t 4re aa follows: Lc.eLrit.on of tri Holy uefi,r;.nt t 11 JO ;.a bresi suaj ia las eve n.ng t 7:30. lhf.ft.ca No. of ths St. Ceceliss were eaterumed lt Thura-.lsv' fn in? tj Mr. K w. (ItdJiui, UaJr. An elegant iuppr was tirf el first, fol lowed if proreMiv petiro. This is unci o)ay tutrtAinuiot tho tfiTis ioa w;;l during the winter. Mr. and Mr. N. B.CUrk, of No. 15 Charie iret, will celetratd tb twsa-ty-Cita anrutertary of ineir marrisx t'r.Jay enm October 14. They cx ci t sprod tre winter in California, aad will lav for there within a week or two. The man eminent rf St. Mark's hos pital is preparing a complete report of tne wort trie institution hs dune sine th- new La.iJinj wai opened. It will putl.thrd in a haadtome voliine, which will te a eourenir of the hos pital. Ttie regular monthly meeting of the Fre Knderyrrten circle of Kind's daughter will t held Tuei lay, Octo ber 11, at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Fitzgerald, No. 61 Washing ton street. The we k!y report of the secretary of the tiard of health shows 21 cases at the el'tseof Ust week, 17 new ca-.es. 1 death and 14 recoTenes, lear ug 29 cave of conU:ous diseases now run ning. The regular monthly meeting of the tosrd of managers of tho Wumsa's Home and nuspital will be held at the home, No. C3 Ilo.ttwics street, on to morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Thre will be a pumpkin pie social at Taylor's corners in Grand liapids township October 13 at 7 p. m. to raise money to buy a republican Hag for the pole at that place. Ireident Weston has telegraphed Secretary Koberts to hate O. J. fsuli complete as quickly as possible the state oup for the Michigan building at tht world's fair. The question for debate Thursday evening at the Y. M. C. A. Debating cluais, resolved, 'That Tariff for Rev en lie Only is Better Than Tariff for Protection." The members of the Orace church will gif e a supper at tne rectory Thurs day evening. This will be the first of a series of suppers that will be given siontbly. r D. A. .Blodgctt will return today from a month's trip to the Pacific cu.it. About thirty members of Imperial LcxJr I. O. O. F., will visit their brttbrtt at Gracdviile Tuesday eight bfiav:ULoa frin tne IvKlge at mat place. Dr. Jt!!?r, sapr.ntealent of t. Mark's t-cspital, will soon ODa an of fice m the V iddieortb tu.i J.r sr. Sne wll reU.a her pcs;t;ou i t the iKp:Ul. Sir. J?: Ps.tlQ. w.frt cf tieoriie Fallen of Alp.ne, d:ed 'iburJay, Oe-$ tober 6, at tte farn.ly res.ie i e. iLei fuceral will be held today at 1 p- n. i B- C. Tnayer, princ.pal of tLe Mu!. ' te school, was the guet of Ir. II. M. Jov ystrdy. Mr. Tnayer was on his way to Detroit. Rav. W. J. Kusael will g ve his fourth lecture to voiin men uis rverii'.. Kib;ect, "Wrat Is It That Constitutes a True GeuiieUjan!' C(orgt KoU-us says that the scheme fur the purchase of Alcryn by a stoolc company is feas.ble and that the stal lion w.U t kept here. Miss Kate rcott of Nuncia, and Miss Mary Herrmzton, cf Herrautou, are the guests of Mrs. W. U. K;ney of No. 31 Charles street. The Kev. F. L. Hauner, formerly of Clevelaud, now of Chico, will preacn ttjth morn ng and eveniu at Uiuty church today. The sale f seat.- for the Soua band concert will continue during tne day at the Ionia street entrance of Hart man hall. Dr. Charles Shepard has teen con fined to his bed for the pa-t week with sickness. He was somewhat better last niht. Mrs. F. O. Heath has returned from Sullivan, where fehe went t. attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Jamej Dwig gius. Members of the Fox artillery are circulat.ng a petition to br allowed to fire the national salute on Columbus Day. Hugh B. Koney and Miss Lillian May McFarlm of this city were married yes terday by Justice DeWolf, in his othce. C. Herman has returned to Ann Ar bor to resume his studies in the medi cal department of. the university. A Cutler desk is a joy forever. Ber key A Gay have a few they will sell at special figures for a few days. James Crosby of tne Valley City Mill ing company went to Ann Arbor last night to visit over Sunday. Amy E. Smith of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. t M. Rich mond, of this city. Three cases of typhoid fever were reported from No. 113 Piainfield ave nue yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wickham are sDendintr Sunday with relatives in Hastings. Mrs. Charles J. Greulich and daugh ter are spending a week at Petoskey. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L'dwin Cchill, No. 42 Oak street, a ten pound girl. Dr. n. M. Joy was in Ana Arbor two days during the past week. Kveninr services at tn churches will begin at 7:30 hereafter. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Daniels have re turned from Chicago. Thomas McGarry went to Chicago last night. Special line of cheap lounges this week. COMPTOX FCRXITCRE COMPANY, No. 70 South Division street. AN ACT OF AFPKECIATION. What Mm Cora Nagel lias to Say Concerning the Musical Instru ment rii-e Recently Kscttived. M:s Cora Nti ti.uoi cypres her appreciation ia urais two laaitory of tats m us. cat instrument receui)y re ceived by Ler iruiu tne p auo and or ft!t WiferucmscfJ ul.us A. JFrdnca, sU(i tacil etrrtt. Why ebe receiVrd It aua WLat leAU to it it well kllusu by t-ie readers of Tlifc lltkili), s u Ace it at la. tune t-J fray M:ss Nagel wictis to eit-uJ her s ucer tbaiiks. t-akiug of liius cal ii.airuaeiiU re in, uds ILoae p.. s.-d o3 the sabjri t tliat the largest ana .:i coiuplete aaort meat lo be tou.'i 1 ;a western Mictnan . r:M here m iirand KajiJs and that J. A. J. Fridr.ch m the owner. To ineutioa the -veral mskes Mr. Fried nca handie is sjperMuoa. simply te cause thev are loo well known. They art unexcelled, however, and embrace me of tne br.-t and iaot rrl.able m eiramenu u t ie land. Whn you are arranging for th iurchae of a n.a io or oran, or a mas .al instrument cf any drsvTijitiun. do not la.l to give Mr. Fr.edru:h a call. Newest method in the face mssage at Mia. C. D. Neahr's, S5 Monroe suret. Fine line of sideboirds at Compton Furniture company, No. 79 South Di vision street. Nergararian and his oriental rugs will be here this wtek. Smith & Sahford. A fine assortment of old ladies' caps and head aretes just received from New York by Adams & Co., No. Monroe street. Nergararian and his oriental rugs will be here this week. Smith A Saxford. Snanish Beauty face tonic at Mrs. C. D. Neahr's, to Monroe street. Attend IUdcltli A Holt's auction sale October 14 for bargains. Travis, 10U Canal street, is offering some great bargains in new and second hand stoves Nergararian and his oriental rugs will be here this week. Smitii A Sasford. Fresh fish received daily at Bliven & Allyu'e, 11)6 Canal street. j A fine exhibit of diamonds, watches, jewelry and Silverware in all the latest styles and des gns, is ting! shown bv lierney, No. 6 Canal street. The line is large and well worth an inspection. For Salo. Three thousand cords of 4-foot pine slabs, 2,000 cords of 18-inch slabs, in carload lots. John Dregge & Co.; tele phone 549. Attend Radcliff A Holt's auction sale October 14 for bargains. ThPV HoUPr fa'1 t0 cure White A IIICJ liCICI White Headache Pow ders. Always the best; 25 cents per box. ONE OF TUB FEATURES. The Meat Exhibit cf the Western ! Beef and Provision Company Wtll Worvh bating. The Weetern Beef aai Provision Co iirany, Canal street, is in4k:ng aa exinbit of their goods that is wili worth Ser.ug. It is wiuiout qu?ua the Ur4st di5 lay of tnii drfcr.ptiou to t-e ttfn in thu city. Not ouly is th ex n.bt par excellence ia that reject, t ut it s arr bead and shoulders at-ote all in iroini or ari-ty. Any wife or landlady w.ll say, flt-r viw;ng-the d.spiay: "Uii, liow tine; Low cam plttl" Tne Western lieef and Provis ion Company overdo tilings by halves they ard always ia thu vaa. Re cently they established aredaced sched ule of prices oa their gooJs, ani as a rrsult taey have lal aa unusually lare bus.uess, 1'!m reduced prift'S teiu to have struck the mni caord; taey art mealing ttie appioia'aco of tht put i.e, an is attested ty t'je eutr mon.3 bar.u. s row te.ng done t-y the firm. Ttusgre&t reduced scale of prices is now, and w.il bo temporarily ia voUe. Dancinj School. W. B. S. Mattiesoa, teacher of dancing, with asieiuhly rooms in S.m imiti'i hall, corner South D. vision btret t and Fifth avenue, wishes to announce regular classts to le held as follows: Married poop la Tii'sJay tvenaig, price So cents each or 50 c ent a couple. Young people, Friday i veniug, price 35 cents each, tickets inclu.lin six leona, 12. UO. Childr r4, Saturday's at 2:30 o'clock, p. in. Pr.ce 25 cents each. Grand Opening: Ball. The Enterprise LoJe No. 406, I. O. O. F., will givo the first ball of their season next Tuesday evening at their hall, Vidro block, lfctJ Stocking. All are cordially invited, and a splendid tune is expected. Admission 60c. First-class Traveling on First class Trains Is what paeengera experience who go East from Fort Wayne via Pennsyl vania Short Lines. Fat trains daily, on which you may enjoy every com fort railway science has invented to make traveling a pleasure. Address F. M.Bushong, T. P. A., Detroit. Mien. wf ThQ 9l!Pf0QC of White A While'8 I IIC OUjUCJO Headache Towders. and the large increase cf sales is a guarantee that they give satisfaction. Take no other if yba desire a sure and safe cure. 25 cents per box. D. G. H. & M Change of Time. Monday, Oct. 3 the new time card of the D. G. H. A M. railroad will take effect. Nignt express which formerly left at 12:05 a. m. will leave at 11 p. m. No change on other trains. I norini The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in MilHons of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a woman's remedy for woman's diseases, has stood the test of many years, and is to-day the only successful and harmless cure for all those peculiar weaknesses and Diseases of Women, organic diseases of the uterus or womb, inflammation, ovarian troubles, falling or displacement of the womb, faintness, nervous prostration, weak back, aches, etc Ail DraffiM M.l t. mki by m ia 1rm f P.U t ixzCM. r- at ( ! .OS. I. w T.l. 9ie. CwxwTolStaot lrr. aS'M m teSSaa LI if LA H. Hauasl Mo 10-. LI 33. U4a l s2lzSzj2zj?i nto s? rs- g; "g f-; rsz ssuOLgfr t2z aisa : V 23 Sm r n r rr rv r. vr jtvtiijj w w ww w w w w w w w (iji! OS 6g I g y p I k r Hn nHnil ' ki Zierlyn & Carsten's NEW STOCK ! NEW LOCATION! SPECIALISTS IN DIAMONDS AND WATCHES. REPAIRING RIGHTLY 10KE. 89 3IONKOE ST. 'i!r Liberal Discounts from Publishers Prices. For the Newest Styles of Stationery, Engrav ings, Stampings, etc., call on Kverv kind of Dental Operation performed. J-INK OOLD FILLINti specialty. AKT1FICAL IKEI11 made In tbe best man ner. VITALIZED AIR OR OAS used for extract Ian teeth when dei.red. ilOI.D CROWNS AND BRIDGE WORK. TA KE NOTICE All work flr.t class, as none but FIRST CLASS DENTISTS are allowed to operate on tin noutbs of rattens. Can. ROBINSON DENTAL CO., 65 MONRO B bTREET. Sin Booksellers, Stationers, Importers, 53 IMROE STREET. !3 OTTRWA STREET. r M THIS GREAT K SUPPLY DEPOT Is the Pride of all Economical Housekeepers in Grand Rapids. I Greatest Money Saving Sale ALL THIS WEEK-SPECIAL SALE! White and Blue Enameled Ware SO EASY TO KEEP CLEAN! SO DURABLE AND SO PRETTY ! A full line of th?e titrn-.il will Icliht the housewife. All pieces in this ware equally as low as these during this sale. v vau. 4 4 3 WirC: -3 - C().i forlv.M P n snl WaU HOn f'h' "il t , . . r ,r rn. Tm r Co r k)S Vr Bw ni"t trtm. a-qoar;; ... .SV s -vart - mart sn 1 Mt ... f" T' h iiii'TIU.V. i Xt) L v-?! Xi n'n a- l tT!s( TT'. )Ul F-r t!'m ti'Tf fr B -m a t-n'p" f'f rti c1 i'r T' 9 DOCK-ASH DO GK-ASH DOCK-ASH THE LATEST INVENTION-OUR WONDERFUL SYSTEM OF HYPOCAUST ITPWrnrT A TPFk AT7T?ATC! Our experiments in the use of this stove have heen constant for the past three years. Yc have followed carefully every etovc sold, and in onswer to our inquiry our customers tell us the Dock-Ash is the Best Range I ever saw The great economy in its use is largely to be attributed the wonder ful oven we illustrate above. We have positively demorstrated that with this attachment a saving can lv? effected of from 10 to 13 per cent in loss or shrinkage from th raw to the conked in meat, bread, paltry, and a saving of from 10 to per crnt in time required to roat or hake, with the tj iality very much better in the ventilated oven than thnt cooked in any other style. To understand this idea thoroughly, step into our House Furnishing Department and see THE DOCK-ASH RANGE IN ACTUAL Oir.VATlON'. DOCK-ASH DOCK-ASH DOCK-ASH MAMMOTH OUSt FURNISHING SUPPLY DEPOT ! see oub rnicEs ox DINNER SETS! CHAMBER SETS! LAMPS, LAMPS! BAUD UET LAMPS! "PIANO LAMPS! 3 r l2 o ,.., - m. 'J V J We Carrv the Uest Line of Oil! IIHU fa is ti:e west! EVERY KIND I Horse, Floor, Shoe, Scrub, Stove, Tooth, Window, Hair, Tumbler. V h i t c wash. C h i i n n c y , Pocket Hair, Hath, Wall, Shoe Daubers, Traveling Cases. 1 mtVj flrtwn. flin t t-. l ru-l tit tt 1 !) kUlv 3 t Op TiTTTIVr er r vviy. iv, 4 rr:fftt, m S3 m k m Isij 15!?