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GRAND RAPIDS HERALD. SUNDAY' MORNING. NOVEMBER 6. 1892.
NEED OF A CHANGE Mayor Stuart Wants the City Charter Amended. SEWER AND WATER PIPES Should B Laid Uodr.f the Supcrvuloa of the Board of Public Work and tha Lxpcna Charged. Mayor fctuart wm present at the a uoa ut tLa toard of publ.c work yea UrJi and asted wD.it safe euards bad bea mad Ui secure tiie replacing of j hUU street ia cood cuadil.oa wnere si UUin lora un for the purpooo or making water connections. Toe board aatune-1 him that every precaution, had Leea taken. The mayor eu'jeett! a change m the charter, gum the boarl power to lay sower and water connec tions to the curb Une and charge the expense U tiie prorty oa all streets Wdero concrete foundation are laid. '. It. l. Walt.11d.4e of mm ga con-pany j asked to b allowed to run water front a hydrant to tae gas tanks for th pur- j po of making water ga. ll:a rtquest . waa granted under tne directions of , tn Mitrr uterinteudent. Wiilard I Keeny appeared U-for the board w.Uiamautf UichardV renlatted ad dition and ed taat the replat be ap proved oy the board. The plat waa approved 1 he general superintendent, s report howed loau the contractor oa the Lyonatxeet hat waa progressing tery b lowly. The cleric was , instructed ta notify the contractor that ha must puh tae. wrt mute rapidly. . . atcuU Allow u. The followiai btlla were approred to the cwuncib K. K. Harrirgton ? 75 00 ll.O. Carr 7'J r'rauciLUfcU;er 11 00 V. 11. Suelbv 50 A. k. Worder - W 3. T. Simla St W K. t- Sigler 60 00 T. W. tireentey 4 00 if. V.Cnrtu 'U 30 i'jty eiiK.ueer'eofik-s account.... tW4 4- A. W. Urr 4" to I!. Wa.iimaki-r 63 10 I'.oardof TuU Wurk office acc't " I'.ardof t'iL'. Works salaries . tk5 35 1'uinp houc pay roil 620 00 I'untp houw pay roll . To GO H. K Nayamith 550 00 A. I'er Ue S7 50 Jamc N. Darn 130 00 Fouler 14 Steven 3,S 62 F. Van Iriel A Co 11) 50 K. T. Udi U X) The Pernocral 20 00 T In I'eniocrat 3 5o MMliain Carter 5 &0 l.tt(ham A Taylor 114 06 Mich. Rraj and Irou Works HI 75 Mich. I'.rasaand Iron Worki 2 S3 50 M.cb. Iliaai aod Jrou Works 25 70 K. l. Wood A Co 62 S5 The Hood esUte aaied for a water ma n in Ionia street nortn of Cold brook atreeU Referred to Superin tendent I)vi. After l.teninsc to the mayor's pro test the board adjourned. LAW ANJ LAWYm Circuit Court Part L JCD'IK i.aJVC. Grand Rapid Sarins bunk vt. Wil tm C. Ienison et chancery; hear ir? on pleadings a;id proofs in open t,rt. Krederck J. Holds ts. George Tfolds, Hr., and Ueoraje (o!d, Jr., chancery; htnn 0:1 plradgs and proofs in ope 11 court. Amanda Cong loo ts. Jennie Lar cnt, habeas corpus; adjourned until fovenitxT 10. Circuit Court Part II. jciKiE ansiT. Ewin E. I'.arrett vi. Robert N. Rrit toa and Maria Britton,chancery; proofs utnutted. Nat a Superior Court Case. Jud?9 Rurhnganie says the case of C. s. Hurrougha a;a:nst Superintend t nt Eattman and Lieutenant Hurley, win cot in his court at alt. Thecal as apialed to t. e circuit court and lit point was r d that the circuit cirt d.'l n t ave jurisdiction as the t!icers wer city otlicers. Th case ws taken to the upreme court on this point aod tne dec. si u ia that the cir cuit court does haw jund.ctiou in the Granted a Divorce. Eliah th Canty was dirorcwl from her hustand. Michael J. Caaty, by Jtivlze Ad.t yeter lay on the grounds o( ettr-'te cruelty and failure to sup-t-rt. Ttie defend 1 nt 1 prohibited frHii ruiarryin with:a two years from the date of tho decree. Minor Court Mattrra. Carl Corbtt, a small ty who was rrvsted f r j irr.p.n on street cars, was relA?"! from tue piice court yes Urday on snupf rd-l sentence by tfs payment of I A" c.st.. Jerj9 Murphy, a truant, was refer red to County Az'nt Hathaway, and w.ll make h.s report November 12. Jamas Ros pleaded uot guilty in pt ce court yesterday to a charge of d rderly conduct, and h s trial was set for NovriibT - A mot. on fur a nw triI was filed w ti th clerk of the circuit court yes terday It the ilfpn lant in the ca of Jar-sri l(s ir vs. thu National l"nu.n Insurant : comrny. Mr. liana re cently obta.nd a verdict in the circuit curt for f.'.,0" insurance on berde ,al sn, I'.raun Hi m. ProcrastinatiP. Inspectofs, p,S eha rmen of the Nard of plir. tio't jn-r-ct'Ts of the following town. hn not railed for the ofScial 11 lots i' posters at th county c;..rs o'Tice: (oMrtlsiid, ( annon th ns, fans, Wyoming. I'yron and Ai P,a. Thn law provides that if the m-i.p--v)rs of tn- outly-ng precincts do u.'t t t' r llr e t days tefore flection the county e r snail dehvr tni J spec-.al er.grrtr. jll4 w ;jj b. iooe Monday aiorn'ng. The tv;i t have nt yet lo d?'.;vred hi the m i K"trs cf the second and third pre- Highest of JI in Lcaveninr; Tower. Latest U. S Gov't Report R1 ,1 cincUcf the tenth ward and a?coid recmet of tii -;.-rii ard aud the hrst prtciact of the ninth ward m this Lily. thm Spoilt tHm Tratkv They were discussing iiiatrimouy Thy b. 1 xmfeacd to loving each other ery much and were uomt ccuiin to th inor easeutia.1 eiciaenta cf a happy mr- 4U!ojicer." Jhe whiipered trembling ly , "I cannot cook." It was aa if ame one h id struck him with an ax. The moscka of hi fat worked eouvuLmly. "Beryl." he aped. 'you mast be jok ing - She hook her heat sadly. "No. Odojcer," she sighed, and her countenance ettled tuto a look of calm resignation, "it U tbe truth." He preadel hb hand to LU heai. "Did you not tell we He spoke in a dazed, faltering way. "that you graduated from a cooking school' The girl smiled npon him pityingly. "Ye!. OlfAcer. she rejoined. Were you lying to me, lieryl? Her eyes Hashed angrily. "No, sir, 1 was not." la proof of which she proudly brought her diploma and showed it to him. -Detroit Tribune. Circuutataare Alter C-ea. Rightly (concluding argument at 10 a. m.) 1 tell you, 1 don't let anybody Bit oa ca. (At 10 p. m. A change of state brings A change of mind. Truth. Poetic Proportions. The poet left her poem with the editor and said she would call in a week or so and have his opinion. She did so, but the editor had forgotten her. "Well," she said, after the usual sal utatioa. ''what do you think of my poem? "I beg your pardoa, 1 don't remem ber," blushed the editor. "I waa here a week ago and left it with you. The subject you may nv m ember waa 'Scattered Thoughts." "Oh, yea, 1 do remember now," re plied the editor hurriedly as he fished it out of a drawer. . -What do yon think of it?" -Well, my dear madam," he said rery politely, "it is considerably out of pro portion. That is to say, there is alto gether too much scatter to the amount of thought." Then she proceeded to escape. De troit Free Presa. A Rap on the Knuckle. He it A. (at a large party to B., who had treated him di5re?pectfully Sir. 1 propose to lend you for a week a book on the manners and custom of polite societyt Herr B. Very pleased, rm sure; bnt can you really spare It that length of time? Fliegende blatter. AlrmL He 1 had a strange dream last night I dreamed you and 1 were walking to gether in a beautiful pnrk when you suddenly threw your arms around my neck and kiseed me. She I hope Dobody saw us. Tit-Dita. Artie. The Indignant Mother Ycm aay the young scamp took you m bis arjns! What did you say to him? The Artie Daughter I said, "Hold onT Brooklyn Life She tSn't AIreH. Husband (eicitedly If you goon like this 1 shall certainly loe my temper. Wife No danger, my dar. A thing cf that pize is not easily lost. O nitnr cial Bulletin Am araU P.nle. How's you' health. Uncle Ebrn? "Well. I feels pooty puo'ly I doe. But I ain't no wie skyart -Why?" "k Ortober'a mo' cone, an !e alius ooticd dat w hn 1 libn fro de mouth cb October 1 lib fro de wtcte yah. Wafchingtoa SUr. rN n o 1 J HE HASN'T 1'AID UP Mrs. Stuck Wants a Partition of Property to SATISFY A SEDUCTION CLAIM Against Timothy Harty Shs Recovered 1,000 Damages in 1891 and Has Not Been Paid. In 1S70 Miss Catherine Hoey began a suit iu the circuit court against Timothy Harty to recover damages for breach of premise and seduction. In 1 SSI she recovered a judgment forfi.oOOaud an attachment was made oa Haity's un divided interest in the estate of his father who died some tune before intestate. The complainant bid in the intertst when the sale was made and the. property has never been divided. Yesterday the complainant, who is now Mis. Catherine Stuck, tiled a bill by her attorney, James E. McBride, w"ith the clerk of the circuit court, ask iii! for a partition of the property and tor her share of the rents and profits of it, les the taxes, since the judg ment was rendered tea years ago. The property consists of a lot and two houses and Harty had a one ; venth interest in it. Harty is fore man at the 1'ncenix Furniture factory. Ills Care for SleepleMneaa. I can't get to sleep. 1 try everything. I count np to a hundred, and look at one spot on the ceiling, and say my prayers forward and then backward, and then 1 think of sheep going over a fence, but it isnt any use. Then as I'm tossing around I think 1 hear some one saying, "Ueorge, get up; it's half-past 7." "All right: in a minute." , -George, get up, or you'll be late." -Oh. no;l won't be late. Just a few minutee longer." "George, you've got to be at the office at 9. You'd better look sharp." "Oh, all right. Right away. So com-, f ble here can't m-m-m pret soon m-m-m hgnor-hgnor-hguor" (blessed bleep). Tit-Bits. Ilsd to Wear Them. A story is told of the actress Mile. Marie Magnier and her pearls. One day, as she waa about to appear on the scene, somebody made the remark that her pearls were really of an enormous size. "It is true," she replied; "the lady whom 1 represent on the stage no doubt wore smaller pearls in real life. But what can 1 do? 1 have no small pearla." Argonaut. Wasted Politeness. "Why didn't you thank that young man who rose up and gave you his seat?" "He gave it to me because he thought 1 looked older than any other woman in the car. That's why I didn't thank him. And I don't thank imP Chicago Trib une. Something Unique. The popular stationery and news dealers, Wykes St Burns, have just is sued their autumnal souvenir to the trade. It is in the shape of a neat folder executed in the highest style of the printer's art. It is as follows: "We take pleasure in making our an nual announcement. The past year has been very satisfactory. We have largely increased our stock in various departments, until now we have one of the most complete stationery, school and blank book stocks iu the city; con sisting of the latest styles m polite sta tionery, and everything in the line of school and office supplies. Our news department has been greatly enlarged, until at present we carry the largest line of news and peri odicals in wefctern Michigan. We have aleo added a subscription department, and are now prepared to take your sabscription for anything published. Making a special reduction to clubs, or to two or more subscriptions. Thank ing you for pa?t favors, we are, 'iours very respoctfnlly, Wykks A Kurhs, "Pearl street and Arcade." These tasteful souvenirs are mailed to thousands of customers in the city. Visit Morse's cloak department for genuine bargains. Taper lanterns in fantastic shape for PTt rior decoration at George A. Hall & Co.'s. ' Buy your cloaks from us and save money. Morse's. Office furni ture of every I e ic r 1 n t ion. : 2t"r , I prices. Weshow -5:r-,,7. ijlhe famous O. f'iofd..ks. Nelson, Matter A Co., 33 to Z'i Canal street Buy your cloaks from us and save money. Morse's. Travis, Canal street, is giving some great inducements in new and second hand stoves and furn.ture. Visit M rse's cloak department for genuine bargains. Buy your cloaks from us and save money. Morse's. We are showing a teautiful line of side rosrds, tannine in nrice from $-0 to f0. Nr.txo. Matii r A Co., a to 33 Canal street. Pi -J. H Visit More's cloak department for i genuine bargain. Kerne mbr we ar first rands rr all km.! of offlc lirniture. Koil Tpdesis, f20. The -st desk n tne world ( fur th mv.ney. Nr. i ox, M rrfRV Cn.t 3.) to 3 Canal strest. Toy your cloaks from us and save money. Mr r'. Don't buy a cleak until you have tfn ours - Morw . Dvyt nfs..ect to attend ssle of ty!:h hats at 5eat HW. Vjs.t Mor's clcak department for rr m OF HIE FELLSESS OF TUB HEART THE MOUTH SPEAKETH.' ACCUMULATED EVIDENCE. All Testimony Pointing to One I-iu Only. We alt ts;ect ktsi L rj aud ben to (ray I sddl a luua life of lioQrtty. sprint and hoooraMe Uealiua- w bclioe Implicitly any statement tbat trout olter men luiabt to tiuesiioued. Mr. C. E. Batcou (osutMi alt the above metitioned atirlbutes ud auy statement be makes can be Investigated at his resldeoce. N. 30U Graudtille aveuue, or where be Is em p .d. at the tfraad lUplds Cjle comvauy. HeKayst C. E. B AIK1N. "Catarrh has been ray enemy ail my life and each attack increased la severity. It had eaten a ho!e through the seutua and was at tacking the turbinated bones. I had terrible pains over my eyes aud back of my head. My stomach was affected with belching of cas. heaviness after meals, souring of food, etc. every fall for the past five years hay fever set iu t e middle of August and held fu.l sway for a couple of months. 1 also was losing my 1 e.r ni: and had roaring sounds in my ears all thetl.'iie. I began treatment with Dr. Bank. n a couple of weeks before the hay fever season began. I becan to improve from the start. All the hay fever I had this fall was a slight snr ez ng ffr a couple of days and a very few slight attacks of asthma easily controlled. I suffered no more than one would with an ordinary cold. Now try nostril are clear, eating process checked and sores healed up. In fact my catarrhal srmptoms have dis appeared and I consider myself well. I also rons'dfr Dr. I'ankin the most thorough catarrh specialist in the city. CHARGES $5.00 A MONTH. Dr. Rankin is a graduate of Ann Arbor and has bad years of experience In his specialties. The Offices of the MONTAGUE TREATMENT Are Permanently Located at Rooms 15-17, Powers' Opera House Blk. Where all diseases of the nose, throat and lungs are . successfully and scientifically treated by an Improved method and absolute ly without pain. All kindred diseases given special attention, such as dyspepsia, catarrh of the bowels, rheumatism, plies, etc. Con sultation, examination and one treatment free. CATARRH CURED. Office hours 9 to 11 .30 a. 1 to 5 p. m.. 7 to S p. in. ; Sundays 2 to 4 p. m. Cancer cured without the knife. Patients at a distance successfully treated by null. When writing Inclose 4 cents la stamps for synopsis and symptoms blank. . ADDRESS DR. C. E. RANKIN. Rooms 15 to 17 Powers' Opera House Block. (tand Rapids. Mich. Who desires a (rood bustnew polttn In the TV nrld's Fair f ity Khoiiln wriui at one rr rrosperiin 01 in famous Metropolitan Bnlnes College, ('huago. ' n usual f art 1 It leu for placing graduates. Established tUvears. Occupies its ovn ruitintnfr. aoiress, O. M. FOWJiBS. Principal. LOOK OUT THEM! A V f II EN people buy YV an article from an artificial view and find toolatc that men betray, their melancholy turns to hate and cauMc? them to alum forever the More of their "deceivers," and this it why we keep on winning the trade of the deceived. Their past patrons are our lest friends. Our pricesand values draw them tons. Our methods and treat ment keepthem w ith us. It matters not what they adverti? or what fraud they have to pull trade. We have the grades at a lower figure ai.d guar antee it. Sincerely yours, Strahan&Greulich THE CH K K PK-T TAILORS 15D CLOTHIERS. 1 . I FOR EXCLUSIVE MEN'S ASD BOYS' If you think of buying, stop and see my line of 2.00f 2.50. 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, G.00, 7.00, S.00, Watch my show window for all the latest novelties. po 1 00 Albert Scott.J. H. TULIP. 87 MONROE ST. MAKE YOUR PAYABLE IN Ha AND TO BE He is the 'man selling the . Grand SPECIAL AT COLUMBIA NO. 125 MONROE STREET, Commencing MONDAY, NOV. 7, and continuing for one week we will offer to the people of (Irand Kapids and vicinity the following special bargains: Ladies' Fine Don coin Mutton Patent Tip at Ladies' Fine Dougola, clothtop, tuitton, patent tip, at lA Ladies' Fine Dnnc'da, hand turned, patent tip. at 1.!' Men's Fine Calf Dress Shoe, congress, at 1 Men's Fine Calf Dress Shoe, bnls, at 2. Men's Calf, strictly hand sewed, at 2-7.j Men's Patent Ieather, otitrres. at --7.J Men' Patent le ather, l;ils, at - 7." llioso r;od are all first clas in every repct anl worth from ;C t 7t) jr cent more. Our aim in tri ving you th " bar gains i not because we w;nt to dispose f sm ld tiKk, die!l worn and old style or shfrddy grd, wliit h wi.tnd b;- !e ir to von at almrt any price. Nu we are not r'osingout tir l( k r going otit of buines 'fj( 'hanuirtc b;ind are b? re to day. Our stock is all ne', frcfind stylish and xperi rre ba taught u that the idy way to s!cr efl is to stand by our friends by giving the people firM class good at the lowest pos sible price. Come, give us a trial. Columbia Shoe Store, 125 Monroe s -r .ni - -. LADIES If you like a nict nat lit ting 8hocM( just cull at J. IL TULIP'S. If you want a welt shoo for street wear from A A to E, call at J. II. TULIP'S. If you want a nice hand turn shoo from A A to E call at J. II. TULIP'S. Remember, I have them all in cloth top or leather top, both in lace and but ton. Remember, also that I carry nothing but Indies and children's shoes in all prices and grades. 87 MONROE ST. BETS BOUGHT OF Fashonablc Hats worn in, 1 Rapids. VALUES THH- RUPTURES Destroy Comfort RUPTURES ARE DAKGEROUS OineI ! ! KoKalf.or riieal operation No truss usal. Dr. S. Clay TaSS raaraate ta r4aa t mwtar titt. ttirl t ta-aif lis au It a Lehrt. MsJlclnra wtrit to aay aldrasa rso:pt et fci Nt sj.d at dru4ira f allr wrttfre. letters aasw.rad promrr?, fre f eitarts. t f Dr. Clay Tadd. lt Uau SMsla.lU. . i.rtl Dirislan straat. up srs, immm L ana 4. (jraad luUa. co. Tl ? famous Nerve Spsc'j! j!, IV o. IU IVorili Dlvlssioii K. E0UAI3 I. a ail .. GIUXlJ ItAl'IDS. U1CIL Cures Paralysis. Twitching, nt i luj?or PritkliDjf Ht-utat.o'is, Tr-mif.-ous FmliDgs, Back or Head lei!1, Lack or Neck i'ains, ornHiin-s ru: iung down tba arms or U.ck, D.zzin-ti acd other tymptom l ajjns; to par lysis. ItrTO'J lebility tad Female ComplainU ami Chronic D.itin. Couiultation freo and confl'lnt.aL NocSiar for STrics until cured. Directions in all language. FMEUMATISM ALWAYS CUHEO. CATARRH AND HEAD NOISES CME: DFOPiY C'J:V.i) fllS AND ALL NERVE AND BHAM DISEASES C'JUtO EYE AND EAR DISEASES CURED. THE ONLY ONE WHO CURES DEAF.1i; CaUnh, Italnc, rlit-umat siu, i.er ous deb. lay, itupoteoce and all diet( resulting from early mdiac'retioas i t exctkss of rnaihuuJ, all d)s-an'S I theunmry orgaij., ptrtial iara!y;, Tar)CtK.'lle luptiirra, tumors, acrofuia, o!d ores, droivy, sk;a d;sssc, liTr and kidnry rompl utiu. h-a:t !'), shortueM cf L-reath, Mok o fipnl. rmall of back, etc., including fetnatf ciiip!ain:s nd chromic dis. 4 cured quickly auJ pt-r-narwitly. That covigb, !'pt(t reTrr end weak ne.s. stiortnss of breath, palivtation of -heart. Riy means ure and ourk ooi;sumptisa. li you ara nervous, restlea, Imu. tie. "aleeplrs or wai after borri Qieimi, (ret mornius, wah a du 1 headache, bad tatt ia u,P mntL, somettnii d sci arii ., aud o aUut your emjdoyniet-t vri; inut 0, nergr or ambition, dsie to be aiauF, gloom r ioreb lings, a d xs t .n t i worry nl frel about 'rot bie ah-ai tbat li'Tir comet, f.elis ef feljr afr' I or unrrta n. Ttntimet losr spirits, you are s:jfT mx from ue'vous dt-tntity an t eiiiaust enf n re f'irrr. whirh may ei d in ut!r rmstratio-i," intanitf and deatii. I yru haea Siestwnssor weakueaa and wearineM, with t od limbs, fiumtM r.ess Uemb.inc, pr-fkly aensatiota. cold et on t 1 T. you are adtannnc to that roost eeriO s d.s'sse i'ata!rr s, if rvur hesd arbes. ie-l numh u ired", w th tranie ser (.'lis, h, . Wm ry, and ? t ink itfi dif5cnlty or you arr J,t,2 t rnjht, dromfnurm 'nj d. ,M durmf ?m day, tle net an i ..n;n fattru rnay ,oon run iro Inssn ly or dfath. It you bae any of tte felins;, do rot nepject tiemt or tney w ll eni,n tarsfyp.s, insanity, prostrat'Oa ut death. , , , A, you a!uf your l.fe do not rg Wl tn warnings, Tin) a and eije r.ene hs tt.n, a;ul iiundre-is of suiting and inatrrlou" turt-a hat t-rod, that lh d:af re T-t. tetlT attd enij.!ei Ir cued ty hii. B. CLAY T- III i, :i N". l ,t n tre t, rCloriiS 1. 3 and 4, (:r;d ia; 'df M tii. tnir the u. of 14c H. CLAY TODIH reu imtl je'ne-fe, a those, symi'toms yn if ty nt!c, aud sr'iiKtbs of .rrof t-'a n, t;ta Mr cf bUxJ $nJ health of bojy tie o n restored. 11 jm-(l! are rurely eir-ta.,e and tsrmi-, cd tau vu'J t"e ol Uin"d st Li ,Sce. lis. TOll (rnn-'ul k'-n'Tfcttp lions tfr ?e ea h pst " m 1 " oHj e. I'a. Toi'tcitfitf i lN. I r .oa sir-, r't 1, 3 ar-1 , fr', 1 .-K Hi m-j ns air w h te tn-n. th, r.j Tro csn aryihiiig yt.a Ueis iO i. aoff i fmnri la th rnro ineu!i!ii7 ia it -n-. c rrrrr dajr bit j .rt. , . v:;.r.:PU jf. S. vjlciy foil ! tuu dsja. Call evtrytiy. A fr.end'y U'k wI ct t j' r v tr a.. i ItinruiHii'-1' Kapit-rea.