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GKAM) KATIDS liCUALD. FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, I8Q2.
8 niTS LIKEA BOLT Amman's Ram, to Be Launched About November I. DETAILS IN CONSTRUCTION Cf 1h; Fem-rkat: Crft tU Method &t fr.ii.ua4 Garnyavei Witi t& W4h p. Tbm imncfl run 1 atrVlv&j vnlqoa trpiitnn of n-vl jurvta tret arts. liiir xvcxn! hap, M iWtii of her loujinxtwi nil btsr tnr a of uz?eae tc4 iJt-CM are yt nailke thte of may oLtr y-t deeijcMai, & will lVe Aen f irvber on. ns i U practice of a naval construction re du - th fcrt titat aha U icteaJeJ tit oce $pr.i!ic warlike object, atl that ct)ct La to siak her aiverAry by rarriinifi. Iq (LvAfvA her, every feature that would tend to adapt her the better t tLU -Inle mode of attack "wa earefuTlj cutsHird xd developed to tl.e highest practicable deTee. OQrt wv.hrp, it is true, have powerful raon-txrwa, and the reader has, doubtlrmrt, not failed fir obeerve the danjfertmia pnr projecting from the bow of all our new cruiAera. T?ie val ue A ramming in modt-rn naval war ftixe is nt overlooked ia any of the veaeU now butlt. But other wsanshipfl aLao earry power ful tatter! of irnnn, and. aa a role, torpedo oat tita. The ran, the torpedo and the rvm are th thrwe jrrrat nuwine poo. the greatest lm.portonee be ta? umally attached to the gnu. The Anam ranv, however, will have eo ttrrjw?'?, nor will ah earry any g-anA, eave fjrir roall rapid-flrin? piece, added to her uipeject a. an after thoutit, with a vit-w of affording1 home protevtion tHralnst boat attacks. 8 he L a ram, pure and aixaple, and jjothtxxjr ele. She U not intended to rruUe or to cepture prizes or to boui llon! ciii- and forts. Her single naihrtitn is to sally forth irotn a thrroteried home port and to at tack the hostile vels, sinking them by mean of blows from her deadly Leak. Lyinj? low la the water, she offers a tKvr target to the enemv s trans, and even if struck she i iropervroos to pro jectile which would be harmirivily de fected from her curved "turtle-buck" tWk. clad with thick sW-el armor. L'ram aiirhtlnj? the enemy, the captain cf the run would enter his canning1 tower, the wails of which are formed of ripchten inches of solid steel, and in this safe retreat he would direct the move- cent of his destructive craft, his at ten tiu undiverted by g"uru or torpedoes. A his coDti deuce axd coolnesa rraocKVT rn Aioacr bul rtrrmrthened by G tornrtedvi that hfe vranel la practjcaUy ixrrulnerable to hontfie gum. The luetics n jgtAi& by Admiral Ammn with theao raraa Is to send thesn forvurd at tbe beionin of the rxktlift, letting them bear tbn brunt and taint the first ahock of the conflict. Vbe Ckj had performed titer mi&aioo -4hat U wt3j try had sank or d bld m many of the enemy's shipn as rxnutfb?e Oie rewrve sqtiatiron of bat tUwdA and large erasers would come top arl eomplete the victory. The armtrart price of the rnnx U tTXifiQQ; Mw cost of a Srst-clasa battle nTfip In over tX0O0.!)uO. to which must be iwMetl an expenArv artrviiait of gnns and tiTpe-loos. Tho raaia are compar atively cheap to maintain; the battle ship e.rtremtdy expensive. Trt. rn th other h-vixl, the rams hare bit nnf ip?eT of nscf ubaewa. They are iwtn f r cTTjluln? pnrpoes, for bn bvdTfrrt, fcr cmraerre detrurtion The battlhipn are notonly of immerse lmprt.H-e in emut Vfene. bat they are aliptM f.T the three forms of naval operation cviwd. Tbe qoMli'n U a deep one, ami th? irurt r-timkl view of the cwtter would fteem V b, m Admiral Anmen stif ireets. U e.Tsrnrt a rmaNT of rnnw to b 'Vel t tfe rminder of the narul e-tiM1-)irtnt. p rll in mVteehTilcal lar.iaar, tH r wn's nwt lmprtant feitures are f -lkws: M'T extrrn length, over all, L J"1 fct; ettreTtie berivlth. 43 feet 5 1i.vh'-; t. t.l depth, from btum of keel .-rt'n f d-k. i-- fet 10 inches. t-v!-r rvrml e.-Tidith n he Ir-w It f-t II in-he of wVer. ar?l st thl rA''it. her displeerrunt U tor. "hn ifnn iot aetion, hower, he U lwerHl in the wter t a fihtirnj i!rrht'f 1 ?ee, iir-hes, and hec di- ,erntt U th-n in.Teaed t l.OW tT". Tb fetnr wi-h 1 apt, at firt gin, t itri'te th nrerver m mt rmirkv'. ? the peTiliar hspe cf th h i!l. fi hwT In .h rr"w -eet $. l-'wer" poevn f thhnll. inteal nfHH p.-iraNli in other veieis is .!Uh-hiped '.?p o a h vp '"kn'tekl. whih !-in rp'ew!y rjn 1 the v el, f mvr.r h wp Miui. the of wtif-h i r r'l:rrHj 'x irn he hith th vsrf ce-of the i-tev. btit frt r.;,w it the rVhtin - .!r-'itfht. THi btv!-li.e i a "ot r-tab'e eh tr-Hvr1! of The r n. It w-v ail"re! r.tt orly to f vi'.rve eit frm an ere-py ort'T ''st. iwu r.r r'tirrni', on in ftr e:kinsr t'l snt;ir- he ltt.-r m-V'it Hppei r ) vr. It a'e .. . ri" ; -Tit f v rd :t the vv tine jn- . fv t!' r -str-ieTiTil ',r'r.;'h. Nvt Ms ' Vnn.'Sc'i'' .T r-Ui the ub i-w f Nt h-i'.l tVt ? iM-r'il.Ar wr,, ,,-h '-v'is i v !-H;t'h of ahont ,,rt?. fP.t. Tver thas a r,r! -k. or t:e-h-V.- Th.-S r-H thrwcV't. th ekn of t.u r per1'"i ?r-vn iix 'be at th "h k !e ' to i.-i,ht, t th '-MTn f Wt -t. n t" the ,Wr'o,U f'fT-U K?t t -Jee;, th ts'W- f h ''t ;ir"rfT.r fr "n i v t t'.. t, -i ! r. Th- of tVi -ITrl". r ( 'o-'M inohe t.i-f. T".'! 'v"V-- rv -s ?'. i'S''.O ... T-i- -.-r-s ir. pr - tith it I -i - i r .v r. A. tiN.- r:i -r of Ue. - TtM frcunixisj of the boll as recxarka biy BCrccf. aid la parUjuWly adited to reit tLe aar&k iocid&t to razik- Ttia fraccr ecnaiaca of a aertee of ajt kcituluad gtrder,whihvAecoi- twa tnjLa iA to eud of Uio ni, HQ-crui at Um Uv aM Voru. They exte&d Uww tha turlW-bttck dec Ml well as in the hall proper. IWtwen lhirs; luot odditis trans verse tr( trv worked Li at interval Tirx captais w u cotxi'o towih. of foar feet throujrhoat the vessel's length. There U thua formed a very rijrid structure. There is a double bottom, the inner bottom beiny two feet from the outer. The space between these two bottom Is subdivided into no less than seventy two water tight compartment. It may thua be seen that the Injury that would result to the vessel from grounding or from the erplosion of a torpH-do has been minimized. The main body of the vrsnel, within the inner bottom, has also been subdi vided into numerous watertight com partments by both longitudinal and transverse bulkheads. The vessel is fitted with twin screws, the machinery consisting of two hori zontal triple expansion engines, with a combined indicated horse power of fifty-four hundred. The hujh. intermedi ate and low pressure cylinders are twenty-five, thirty-six and fifty-six. inches in diameter respectively, and the stroke of all piatons is thirty-six inches. A speed, of eighteen knots is confi dently expected. The contract requires seventeen knot,and if this requirement is not complied with, the vessel will be rejected. There are two double-ended and one single-ended Scotch boilers, 1S)4 feet in diameter. The coal bunker capacity is 259 tons. The vessel will be equipped with all the modern devices for artificial venti lation, drainage, etc, and will be lighted throughout by electricity. It has been previously stated that she will carry four small guns on her deck as a protection against torpedo boats. These weapons will be 6-pounder rapid fire guns. The ram's crew will number ninety one all told, officers and men. The boot outfit will comprise a steam cutter, a working launch and two whale boats. The president of the Bath iron works is Gee Thomas W. Hyde, a distin guished volunteer officer during the civil war, with a fine record. The raperintendent of ship baikHntf !a Mr. Charles R. Hanficom, and his chief amis'tant is Sir. W. C Besselievre. The government Inspector, who super vWs the work as it proceeds. Is Naval Constructor John B. Hoover, United States navy. It U interesting to note that there fa but one vessel in the world which bears TRASSVEME JCIIWnr BKCTT05 ASTME3 BAM. even the remotest remblance to the A ram en ram. This is th- Tlritish torpedo ram To lyphemas. a ves.vl built some eleven years ago. She is slightly large than the Ammen ram, displacing 2.C40 Vn. She is of steel, with twin screws, and has a ped of about eijhteen knots. She has a "turtle-back' deck, and poMwv) certain other points of resem blance to the Ammen nm, from which she dUTers. however, in the under-water contour and construction cf her hull, and also in th- fact tht sh is not ex clusively a rr.:n. but is intended largely, if cot mainly, to t'cht with torpedoes. When Nature Ned SMiiUm it nny be bet to ren der it promptly, tut on urio.ild re member to ue even the most perfect remedies only when needed. Tne l-eit snl moit imple and gentle remedy is Syrup of Fi. manufactured by the tahforni Fig Syrup compsny. AT 36 BE I rr,t ""1 . in.) MHi- f, f 1 l v ft 1 .. LANE'S ISTEDIGINE e-'-N -4 . ' r T ,j. IS, ... r-. AC.r Hr 'H y. H H L-4 ivit jg t. N t HARCOURTsS K E lJ Y O IM ACADEMY. Ml o Ilk ' Bom. Kother, do yoa never weary with H yo'ir conespotviencef" I.Yi'fi 1'inxuaM. k,No, my sen, ;Lee ktttrs of ccndence britsg ta ine the jky tb it a laother lerb, whoe vl ii-'hter throws her srai around her Ltcx ad crus. 40'a, tuothrr, hJp iael The Wvuto of the woriJ are rjy daughters, t!r." Son. " Ye, mother, and they love you. LyJia rinkhun' private lt-tters frora la !!es la all parts of the world avera-.? tine hundred wr Iayf and truly has bhc been a mother t tlit ruin. Sutl'eria wimeii ever ft ek her Ju their extremity, and fin I hoth a livijr aud a trieud. C'orrespo!ult.-Dt.s uill receive pruu.pt ked conscienuuui auswers, and tho hy tap.it hy of a mother LYD1A E. PJPJICHAtVTS vecetaole Ithc&! PoStlt Care una ArltimMi llem)y COMPOUND for the pei uJir wi S.:e'f i!rnnu of woiun. It Cii- th woft l rn. of ftmie ( yoiiiiut, that Prnf down rtiinj, Wek Bci, hRiUu -!! Im.jiUi trtutnt cf ih Wotai. Infiarnm-tMoii, Ovariaa Trouble, ft J U Organic liraf of lli I'ti-rai or Worob.uJ it lnJyt to tho mf of Ufe. Dl Hiiit aj ox;-! Tumor from the I'Wuat an early tpe, anJ check any teadeacy ta Canceru'j Uun.or. utd ir Katntoe, Kxcitabiittv, Nervuu 1'roatra'ioa, l'.xLauttioB, n 1 iiiroKtiieo ab-1 tooc the .toich. Cure Ueaduche, Geaerat TVbiiitr, InJ'f etloa, etc., aut imioratf the w hole vtem. For the care cf KUoey C'omlint f eliber aex, lhe ( onjwutil hji no rival. All l'rutMit m-U ic a a (aiktlarcl article-, or aent by tnall, la form of Pl!l or Loiene. ou receipt of ,I.OO. LYD!. E. PINKHAM MED. CO., LYNN. MASS, G2r hn ttlmtntw bk, enttf t4 " Gal Je to talus U Utiiaa. Wa alit prtaaat a up MERYINE. STARTLING FACTS! The Amertoan people r ranldly beoiinilna a race of nerToaswTwfcvaml tho fullowbigMiseets the tK-st remedy: Alptxioso liempfliutc, tf Buller, I'a., nwears that when his ron was upoevhless f rtra iu Titua DaiH-o. Dr. Mttos Great Rostoratlvo Nervlnocureii him. Mrs. J. 1L ililUr,'f Vuipar ai.loU J. I. Taylor. f Irfaziii'ort, lud., each llntHl3 pounds fntu tikmu tt. Mr. II. A. Gard ner, of Vistula, In.t., wus cured of 1') to fiO convul aionsaday.anl cntcb beal:ieije, (lixxii.es. back ache, and ncrvoua prostraiioa, by ne Uittle. Daniel 5!er. Iin.kljn. Mlch nys his (1au'.:ter was cure 1 of lnsaiity of tea years' utandlny. Trll bottl-;s and flue NMk (,( niarrelous cures. . at drugxista This remedy contains no opt aw. Dr.rll!es,Mod5calCo.,E.khart,lnd. All chllJrea enjoy adrlDkof Hires' Root Beer. Bo does every other member of the family. A 25 cc Dt packru; rr.akon S frollont of this deilclous drlaku Dun't to dttrelved If adeulvr. for tbeKdca of larger profit, u-lln you some other kind Is J'lot as frorMi "'tis false. 2?i imitation Is goott a Uie gunuiue IIimu'. Sucb CQHQEHSEO Make? an everyday convenience of an old-tims luxury. Pure and wholesome. Prepared with scrupulous care. Highest award at ail Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes rw Larpe pie?. Avoid Imitations and tnstet on'havhg tht NONE SCC1I fcrasi. i MERREM. ?i SOtJf-r. .T'Ctv, N.T, ED L.GILL LIVE II Y AND HOARDING STABLE L and 5 Norti MT!:ort 5treeu BROUGHAMS, COACHES, CABRIOLETS, A vrv t' r at '-v ! -a.-1 mlet)f Ct a. Iuu.i a 1 ! t ) n :ct. TTATK-s T H Fl NKRAL BKAREuV V, ,1 :$ . - . 00 flriii. I Hwr Mai fne:t 4 nre4 fcy 4wtiilMrf f'r. 2!in' I. n v t-.:. t - S i :!:- 1 9 - .-.ft . f - .-!. FtW, ,s l .-r-! Kt . . ,V:c..v WFor ji3&0 Two. ilTH V Tf nn ,,r-f ',t fjri r-,s. -.. t -i'-V if.-? r-. .? ra- '. - f- ' f' ' n-- , 'V,l 9ti1 - V - V,. n a.i 1 t fr'.- f.. L. 'lV ' ' " H . Kl H-i'th aid Etiquette," by Lydia E. Piitkham, ll of great U my ana aJJrauio us i'Jt ha 2-cr.t UajS Eaton, Lyon & Company, GO AND MONROE STREET. Bulletin of Arc7v Books : "London." by Walter Besant. ll!us trated... t 3 00 "Charles II. Spurgeon, His Life and Labors." by George C. Needhaa, vitU portrait 1 60 "The Desire of Beauty," belnfc Indica tions for aesthetic culture, by Theo dore Child.. 75 "Beg.'ars All," by L. Ioui'alL.. . 1 00 'At the Sittn of tho M'hlte Swan." by Olivia V. Wilson. Illustrated 1 25 "The Next Door House," by Mrs. Moles- worth 1 50 "The Preacher's Daughter," by Amelia E.Barr 125 "The Lucky Lover." by John Habber- ton .. 1 25 "Autobiocraphla," by Walt Whitman.. 75 "Out of the Jaws of Death." by Fraak Barrett 1 00 "The Medicine Laly." by L. T. Meade. 1 00 "Field Farlngs," a vagrant cronk-hle of earth and sky, by Martha McCullough Williams 1 00 "A Little Swiss Sojourn." by W. D. Ilowells. Harper's "Black and WultV Ties 60 "Won at Last," by Agnes (llberne 1 00 "Michael and Theodora," by Amelia E. Barr 75 SOME NEW JUVENILES. -Fighting fur the Bight." Oliver Optic Blue a:id Gray" series 1 50 "Jack the Hunchback." by James 0tls 1 00 "Tomnifton.or Western Boys in Grant and Sherman's Army." by Warren Le Goss 160 "Dulce's I'romise," Chrlstman In Eng land, by Florenco and Edith Scan re:! 60 "Jt an Noel," Cbristmau In France, by Florence and Edith Seannell 50 "Listen and the Fairy." Chnstman In Germany, by Florence and Edith Scannell 50 "The L'ttle Mus clans." Chrlntman In Italy, by Florence and Edith Scan nell 50 The above four books are similar In hindlnsc to "Bird's CLrt.tmas Carol," by Kate Douglas Wlggln. WANTED! 6,000 MEiil TO USE EUXIS OF YOUTH. 19 LIFE WORTH LIVING? It In not If yoa ar not in po""'"!! of th full famlll" for tnylng It. We cfTer in tr publieatrueanl truty remedy.tti CLtvi OF YOUTH. It la a roa!tlT ere f r Hic matorrhaa. Ia of Power, Ntsht rn'.'iioDa, and a 1 temlraj vfaknea f any cature, aria lng fren (Ji-ae, er-lndu!cetif r atuae of any kind. It e;Tcta rw(l.v -ermaoant enrws In voting or oli of either renw ptrenith nl r'tora tha v:jor tf yoath, making l'.'e wofii JiTinj. $1,03 PER BOTTir.. B0ULES, $5. THE GERMAN HOSPITAL REMEDY CO, I GRANO RAPIDS, MlCM. ( rr i Ufini Bi; t ' t,:t A n H. I 'M-.nre" a:i-e-; B. A. 5eUil it. Wet . Fr!Jr tr t ; B. -hrij4r A. o. HREA5DUATF.R fKOOF PAfiMT ArrLirr ft J. '. SMITH, 2?e. '.' C-a5 t. F.'!r'. For ti; crt. S.VE VONEY EY SAVING THE F0CF YOU HAVE. p..-. r' - '' r j t'rtM w5?! II T B f . V.X'y onv I a I i T KLteZ' ?'")" F .IT. Trie- s'Tfa f-Tft s.tf si.-n. A.J n-k t'. "S;-tei1. B v a -r p, v. r.-x, J y F--. (o:. C- W. C.i.2l. 3 This is the Last Day OF -GREAT Oriental Bug Exhi tT'Special low prices will be made on everything in the line. 68 Monroe St Now Is the Winter of our Discontent Mad glorious by the thought that we can get the very LATEST STYLES ilMinfosh Garments AT STUDLEY&BARCLftY'S RUBBER STORE, Which will keep both warm and dr? during the stormy weather tliat is ut on ua. AVe hav Just received TWO HUNDRED of theie gar ments and thoe who come Crt will have the best choice. We xuarantee the qua'ity to be the very b st, and our ; rleea will be found to be from TEN TO TWENTY I'ER CENT BET TER than c; n be obtained from Clothing and Dry Goods stores. Don't forget the place. NO. 4 MONROE STREET. STUDLEY & BARCLAY SMOKESTACK CLEANING AND V A 1 NT I X( J - IV 0 F I'A I NT I N G. Work 'Une premr'lT- hai Islartion g'iaractee.1. F. A. ORANE. Chimney Sweep Telephone V Vi. 2iou-xt ate. ,ra;i 1 Rapids. SAFE hi t I IT WORD CHIMNEY SWEEPIHG! if Capitalist, Merchant, Manufacturer, Mechanic and Laborer! We can II yna po d Ir.t, r'xl2" trr t. ;n tbe M'ukegnn Iti rovem'rt f'ornt'r jr'a l'M:on,M'.tffpn IU ef a. M.rhcan, for I 'C. '. i-u can re! 7 a j.iM.t t,f :, jr cf-r.t c.n th. !;. rty. Irtrn to vt. We car. ae'.i vo l eooJ lot, 2"xH f--t, ! j o n i : i e ti e H iM," n ( 'I. are M. !"t-'a f,rM il- c; v-ainn, f--r ."J. Tern.a only ' ah and 0 cr.t n r,r ?2.f 0 a tuontl: U:r-.tu t utit.J ?il for. -i.tertt. We P'iarante po-i I tirM.t. Writ for rirtien'ura. We can ell yii a lot in Clria M. M' rori u.l;v,ion for Terrr.a. 12.' rah nni rcr,t tt fk until ri for. Wr.te ct plat, t$ wa, f ; free. W can ii you fir e cf ur Ilaciiey I at k J'.t f or 7rrr f u'y f2.0' f tn1 thr-ftr hS ert a wffk un!;l rani for. Stc p a inonif tit w?.l th v.V . Yotsr r ?.f-r-e of lr-t f ,r n v J.S.n'j. i'at an I ;j,f'r. rr.t.Ati at:t !rc upon .j.'.;rt:n. I)..',t m; the p''1n cj j-rt'::. t a. Se; ! ua nn rJ r tf1iy. W refer to anv of the Nttuil J-anka n Muk-i-on. lb. rr.annar cf av.rz mony w.li te far n.-: rrofitah'e tt an .cav:rtfi fanki r I'u !d;tf atd Ioan C-ckti-j-r.;af d mf af. ; rattt tr f'.:it.iat!-r4 ar l 1 a f a!i u'lt a. If yvi l.av arrtrrre to r r Ira - r:t '!. r It; full j att ( uisra, jr.'t ior sr tep for rr'T. 'W hav fn?tr--nr alt ovar th f ojntrv. XV hav fnr a or ir htn ; a raiit'fu 1 '" , r o'ia r,j no r-ta. Ho ; rrita; .. tr r'-rm, .rr-ha, ahruMry. tiad-;-.1 it--.i. rt, ataM, !'. Aflj'n !Ia'. it;y I'srk i'rnhy crcunja. Mut l a - to l j re? .at1. A3Jf all itttcr t Mrsiii;coN. xit;n. r? AWarning I Working People r Grand Rapids THERE ARE FRAUDS IN TOWN. fwL a r ttyle of adtrrtisiny, are the rirtlmi. Ike rlue of prcpU tUy raid, Lkr Wi vorling man, ao, dttirow of larit.j a few d-!!a t, itxt . i AiWf tW ouaer a uif of rhoddy,fur vhtth he h.u paUl the ri'e or doJ-le tt, tbu it cotud Kate bohfjht a tubttautial ruit f r at any firtt rl.i out -price tt e i f .n a. M't ay to you now tfutt f.U Tcuer d ining Co. yu -tU-iMe rtudt rlol Lira; far it$ mohty than you an buy thoddy for of any ai' yef Itanlnpt roncerw tLit ejt&tt, aud thould you not be d'tireus cf trading t ilk ta, fAere ore ot Utr th m fite odtrr Uidij rerpontxble ehthinj ttort in foirn t'nf you (ale no cha?t in tradini u-.tl. ifcor. alle mercJiants cf itlxndin-j in the fOfiimu.j'y men tke ord ta t.le loud. Wke they rhotc you all tniol nood and te'l n, you r.rn r7y on t)wm. Wlieu th tkc.ddy vender here today an I there foi.orrou', bis yvur t.oney, l)mt ienltt it. Xotc, a uirrd to the vue 2tro eerif tocli and $ete rnit tu-'f eiidrrt tnny f -oj bait to e-itch "euerors," but the game i$ 0 old une. MV Art? b i' .4 y.v. We don't reeomwend them. They ore vwLh Our 1 3.o0, J1."0 or J-S.O) fcoys arf auaratUed bei'.er in a uglify and Later t. riff r ' .-.. rm buy Lwm tUaihere. Compere our tuit offer luyina t!tn:i v ii prvteutt t a l y others. Jf t!tey art not better rrfue thin our aetAW $r!'t bring ihett b::k end vill cheerfully refund your monry. Rf member t ve h ue adcArttay?f w pi.nto. f l-y little "fly-by-night" ttore. vho comet from the Lord cu'y hn-n n v here, an d h'areffr freh peldf to pluelc the iuerperieured. You are rife tn dealing v tfk hon' eft merchants. ItEWARE OF Sl'RAXGKRS. Ihe l,vtr ,!U ft,r,t't tuil$ $o.(K), fC.00, JS.OO and J-10 Vuit eunn,t be duplicated in Vn-n. Attn't tiereoaf $4.00, fo.00, 51.00, J.05 fl?ef 10. Our cloth' are made f r t-m w. Mould y-.-ar erer bx unfortunate enough to get a girment of us iit dor not t'.n.d the wa ai feir it thould, come to ve. You tti'l V jy find u ct the tame, old tUtnd, reaiy to male nood all our reprecectation. Look in vuvr burins rnnrUt nt v father ym find among the lift of rtlioble name of uh from acro the laic. Riihond comjtanie v ni-n patrener ti Leiccrr of pirLpfdct Wetaytovou, liKWAUK OF sniASGUlX-FAKUlS W'JlU MlSKL'F RESFST TJILIR CALLISG, j HUDSON'S TOWER CLOTHING CO. ft JJaT" U V fH JI"t$ and Furui hituj ct very lov price for kon'f-t g -odr. J irt Suit and Overcoat in tou n up. 4u-oys to be found in theuhite building, opp. Sveet't Jldcl, Grand R:jid. WHO WANTS ONE? SMASHING LINE OP Just received by the leading house in Carpets and Draperies. BOSS & NORTON, I7 SOUTH DIVISION STREET. LEATHER GOODS! E PEAT ED calls for these oods 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.HERKSER JEWELRY CO., .17 3Ionroo St rent. VAl.LET C1TT lfl TtinK. ADOLPH -ut Sieam Engines and Boilers, and General Mill Machinery! M HI' MMIT.R DRYFP. M'SLTE'P IVfl T I P X FVFl R rvTrR Ll or ettict t'im. Hot Htat At Dirati.f"r ttir g fi- t r I-iy Kt r.v Ir l'lprnt f- Va.'tea. f. In i r(.m i.overBjra. It on atfi J'.ra t afiiai;. 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