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GRAND EAP1D3 HERALR SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27. 1893.
2 IIEK WILL IS VALID ClVs. Merriam's Bequests Sus tained by the Court. HER HUSBAND HAS APPEALED From tlx Dec;oa of th Couit aal Will Contest A Larg Estate I Lavoivci. Jac-K-oj, Not. JuJs o( Proba e Ifammoal yur-if afteraooa ren dered his UeCij.on u&ou tim w;hof 11 ra. Msry W. Merr.oiAa, Ue;ed. Ifc wiil has taen in cvntroterajr tHe p-ait i i njoQli, and Juie Hammond held the will ahd exci.t that port.ou wnica 1c&t t to Margaret Mxanch conditionally. I'w.tit Merr.maii, nu- ; Land ol ta deceased, At ouce nic J I bond arid appealed from the dec.s.cu c5 ta prolate court. Mrs. Mernuiaa was th daughter o! Atraham Wicg of GUaa', ". Y., wio d:eJk, laiiiionaird twenty ytr wJl prat.dsd thai his two daugh ters. Mrs. Merrunaa and Mr. 1U W. l'arker of Cncajcw, s.nte deceased, should, hate tee iruoru from n.s es tate, and at the deatu of bimalf and Wife las waoie was to l equally ditrl d between the daubers, aad at their deaths to be equally divided between tnir heirs. Mrs. laiker kit two heirs, both toy a. The property over which the present dmpuU has arisen was saved by Mrs. Merr.aiaa from th fll.Ooo yearly in come from her Father' esute at G lean's fall. "Homeops" Are SuU la It. Ann A KButt, Nov. 26. The rumor of a complete demolition of the home opathic department of tad university is branded as absolutely fal; by uni ers.ty authorities. Ir. iauiel A. Macl-achian, secretary of the home opathic faculty, says Dean OoeU has mads do proposition to that body look ing to sue a results. Iean Ottz lias, however, talked to iudiv.dual pro feaeors and D:an Vauhan of the old chool about granting I', of M. med ical degree hereafter without Sx;Cify inf as to the allopathic or homeopathic department. Fiht Over a Failure. Kast Joriah, Nov. 6. Hares A Co. of Cleveland, O.. have replev.ned a part of the insolvent Mr. Merc's stock Sol i to Mr. Weleusky at a chattel ruort eiie sale last week. by K. It. Glenn. The sheriff entered Welenky's store, seued the goods and in the contusion that followed a hand-to-hand fiht oc curred Welensky aad a ButTalo lawyer. Considerable excitement prevailed and further complications are expected. Die Real Estate Deal. Trie largejt deal in city property in the history of Detroit, took place yes terday. The whole of the unsold por tion of the Lewi Cas estate, compris ing ten and a half blocks of land has been sold to a Detroit syndicate. These blocks contains about 000 lots, each fltty feet front, and the consideraton is said to be in the neighborhood of Hanged by ills Shirt. Sagisaw, Not. -5. John Messner, a porter at the Bancroft houie, who showed traits of insanity yesterday and was consequently locked up, was found by the prisoner ia the jasl last night banging by his neck. He had made a noose of an old flannel shirt. The body was still warm, and being quickly cat down his l.fe was saved. Mother of Nineteen Children. Foax HcRox, Nor. 23. 1 r. Daniel P.yau, w-.fe of the police court clerk, died early this mcrain. a was the mother of nineteen children, eleven of whom are living, bhe was a sister f Poormaster elon Koberts. The fun eral will probatly take place tomor row from M. .Stephen's church. "kixby Very S.ck. OAii.r.CKO. Nov. 25. William S. Kirbf, a well-known Kalamazoo coun ty horsfl breeder and proprietor of the Valley stock farm, is yery ill. Emi nent phvticians pronounce bis condi tion to b critical. Squawbuck Kerosene. Altzu a, Nov. 2. .V lamp exploded in Lee CliAriitne's dry go ls storw lat n.eht, can nir damage by fire and smoke of t ,MX); fully insured. Colonel Jc3on Djinj. A n.A n r a , (i N t. 2'3. Lieutenant Coiouei jAckon(f the fourth artillery, V, S. A., lies at the point of death at 1'ort Mci'neMon. He was a major general of volunteers in the civil wr. odisoneof the btst known men in the army. Launched a New Cruiser. Owr S-lni', Ont.. Not. 26. The government crr.ir, I'etrel, was s ic-t-ef ally launcned tolT. The i'etrel is intended f.r duty in Georgian bay and wiil alo patrol I akrs Supnor and Jiiirou m tua interest of the Canadian tiheri--?. . Ca1!:J in a D Loan. Nxw Yi'KR, Not. 2. The Mutual Life I ;;u r company ha called in a ion f $7u,0.') mad?" to the Georg: (.enir! lUi'road company. ' T, F;e Jut'-Ue troupe, th or;g' rU, rvar at Hrtmn'a bail torn-..r-X()W niiat. Irved sats .V) cents; adniioi. i(ig!, tents. Kvery l-'ver of s-et mus; will t thre. ur test citifen wiil bi out en rjt-, i the rst s! of tickets lnd.cib. Tomorrow wi!l l-e a trnmpbal night for th Fike'a. They ar ued to crow.' I fit mi -. boret'T. Get to ti) lot o'X.ci erly tomorrow and yjii niy f'i tJ-if gra p'-i;,'ng o!d-f'V-ih-j -fd fi'l; ard thsr's r--t the t-'tfir.r'." hn J k' t li do-.vi. It's 4 1 1 nun- fr7 o ?n;Tt f t !f. th T" rv-e j.-act Wio that --iff. Ia a prf-?lT rA wml wiy rb"T Ki. and r-ril- ' r-1, rTr.m," ad' l? t rR;'i'"l. l I '',i..is H.-v;-h- r.-r-Mrf rv n, li'. t n, rSr'-, Kt.r h a t wir mrt fn"Tn;tly Xi?r tV- .i-rrel lJrr r". .T '. "tr" t Nt to an-t tut j r th- r:i.-.,rn, r r-nr bmt-t m i-vrl T'it f ir .t.!t f t T-n ct. This fat ro rf f r. nr" mlif:rr ta-a, and taij n nfsary fr a do 1 I be aMe tj gt a good seat, were sct-i yesterday. Hundreds Mackerel Will Vhtpmw. H'jQ.vkejn will be glad t ban tbat tnackerfcl, salt cr frtsh, which fof th'j LfcSt f-w ) tirs ha. bcr-Ji an exjtiMve actide cf food, hkh id a xiioet p ptnzir and dUrd. one k,i well, vrtll fchortiy be p.rct-ptibly cheaper. Mack erl u aeraia U win to ma in our waun about the tuiidle of Ajrtl, at trst ap Iaru:ij in immtr-ie numlvrs, but small sia. Fv.r year tht tahenuun gatLered thfin iu at thn earlirt l:blj lavUMfiit, tLcrtby prevciitUii them from rechiE;jf, a 'j1 gruwth, and wistin thousan-ia uf hiiiAl M-h that were almost wortiilea on the market. To prav-Lt this a law was jA.-ed pro hibiting the catching of inacktrtl until ti e 1st cf June, by whuh time a good growth i obtained. As, howeTer, by that dut they have become scarce ia this vicinity, th price became corre j.ndiiily hih. Next April the five ar embargo expiree, and we will have abundant and cheap mackerel until the tshrrnn'U aiin overreach them-selves. A (Lah dralr&aid recently: It was wicked the way thee fish wtxe M alted; f twenty-five cnti, a fsw years ago, yon couti come into my shop and buy a half pk of mackerel, email and big, &a they came. Tha they jrrew o scarce that about thd time the law went into vjfct a single plump fLh brought one dollar sometime. There is talk now of j-a.iaing a law to prevent the sale of tha small clauid, which have increased in price frviu six dollars per barrel whole sale to thirteen dollars on account of tht-ir r'cklfa use. That will make the Little Necks an expensive Inxury for awhile, but it will 6ave the breed." New York Timed. Sonic German SpcIIla;. In the German empire no department of life escapes the vigilant eye of gov ernment departments. One of the latest Instanced of this benevolent supervision is a circular which has just been issued by tlw colonial office at Berlin, From this document wo learn that the foreign oice, at the request of the colonial coun cil, appointed a committee of experts, aad presided over by Dr. Ilerzog, f ecre tary of the colonies, to consider the spell ing of geographical names ii the Ger man protectorates. The deliberations of the committee have resulted in a code of rules, which start from the principle that all spelling ia to bo as nearly as pos sible phonetic, and to reproduce the pro nunciation of the natives, not of Euro peans. Then there are detailed directions for the use of the particular vowels and con sonants, of accents and hyphens. A promise is given that a gazetteer will be compiled in compliance with the direc tions above given. A standing commit tee is to superintend the work and issue from time to time lists of approved Fpell ins, which will le enforced on officials, and which it is hoped mapmakers, jour nalists and authors will follow. London Telegraph. Reformation and Restitution. J. D. Rainey, of Tacoma, has been no tified by Charles E. Lambert, formerly well known in the Seattle sporting fra ternity, that he is trying to be a man and serve the Lord; that he "knocked down" on Mr. Rainey's money drawer at Seat tle to the extent of from S00 to f 1,000, and that he now writes to settle the ac count. He has asked Mr. Rainey to name the amount for which he will settle bis peculations. Mr. Rainey was asked to-day what he proposed to do in this matter. . He said that he was glad to hear that Lambert had turned over a new leaf, and that he proposed to write and tell him that he might send him whatever he considered right, which he said he would assure him he would be very glad to receive, Lambert was employed at Rainey's bil liard parlors at Seattle two years ago. He is now residing in one of the Missis sippi valley states. Cor, Seattle Post Intelligencer. Hood la an Old Chest. A strange case is down for trial In court at Wabash. Last fall E. L. Rit tenhoude bought a tool chest from the estate of Henry Walker, and afterward found nailed nnderncath the bottom of a drawer in the chest a lot of $000 gov ernment bonds, coupons of the old 5J20 Issue. The secret was too good to keep, and it came to the knowledge of the family of George Knoop, who died some time ao, and as Knop at one time lived in Walker's family, and wa known to have Unitod States bonds, the Loirs aro now suing Rittenhou.se for ps3ion cf the money. Indianapolis Jentinel. The Cotlffe of Cardinal. No ft-wcr than ten members of the col z3 cf cardinals have died during the l.st nin months. As only two new members have been created within that time, the college has a lower member ship than it has had for a long period. When complete it has s?venty members; at present the numler ks fifty-one. Aus tria. Germany and IVdand have six car dinals between them, France has five, Sin f onr, Pcrtutrl two. and the United Stte, Ivlgiuru, Australia and Canada on rich. All tha othr cardinals ar Italians, Italy thus having a large ma jority in the college. London Tit-Cits. Jt-wrlrj Ton lid In m Tvll. While c?tring out a wll a mile and a half ncrti et of Nevada, Mo.. Rich ard Kaeten found abvut a peck of jew flry, mostly gdd. Over a hundred rin?. a 1 t of chsias, cuff buttons, lock- r.n I other trinket were picked out of tli rnnd. The well is near a hr.ne that ha I en vacant for years. It i nppnscd tramp who had lodgl in h hou-'- hM the valnables in the well. K;nf;s CUy Tims. T Tnf m CeleTrrln. Ticks Y. my family bf.k In th whole Co Iambus celebration, and it aVnt h Uf irinM ns. Snoh crowd-! I thn!,t oTn'Times we'd neTer get out ati-'. M;nk Y.-r fnnily enjoyd theColuta- bna cob-traMon immensely, "I d-n't hov." We tai 1 at horn snd real aVmt it," rr1 rrorn t Crl TVfM. "ri-s CliT-e.saidyonrt Lord QecTiTS nt IlrVrt. "I feet th nt of a wi;. P- n't ym think it would b f. h my g- l if yen wr to rnarwy ra now?" " Ye. St lor-.rr, rephM Miss CliT". "If ir o, rfiU a prtr?nr I think yon d x" Chicag NwReccr L Go and hesr )V.1' Mtrvbtsn Ktars at Power' cpra hcu We-ines-dsy eTen-n. T SLEEP ! There Are Thouatuls Who Cannot Sleep Well. Hut There Is No Necessity of Suffering From This Trouble. Insomnia Can He Very Easily and Readily Cured How- to Do It. Thousands of people do uot sleep well. What wonder that there are so ii-any shattered nerves, tired brains and debilitated bodies, when we con sider the thousands who pass sleplt6s or disturbed nights, and rise mornings ieeling mdeacnably miserable, dragged out, with tired hrnhs, exhausted en ergies, nerveless and ambitionless. lUad what our correspondents say in regard to this matter aud follow their advice acd example; MRS. MARTHA J0RIAJT. I was in bad shape when I began to take Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. I could not sleep U'ghtu, many times had to get up and walk the floor; had no appetite, and what little I did eat soured in a few moments. I as nervous, weak and trembling, and got up in the morning more tired than when I went to bed, and felt all down in fact, could not see anything worth living for. After taking one bottle of Dr. Greene's Ner vura blood and nerve remedy, I could sleep all night and feel rested in the morning, my appetite was better, food did n t sour, and I felt better all over. Now I have taken four bottles and I feel like a new being. Mas. Martha Jordan, New Vineyard, Me. KRS. M. WAI.SIT. For three y-ars II iiave suffered in tensely with genera! debility, sleepless ness and nervous prostration. So worn out-was I that I would have frequent fainting spells, alarming myself and friends. I found immediate relief on taking the first dose of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood ana i nerve remedy and was recovering before one-half bottle was used. The use of five bottles effected a complete cure. 1 can heart ily recommend it to those afflicted in like manner. Mrs. M. Walsh, No. 8 Second street, Providence, R. 1. Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, is nature's own Bleep producer and is perfectly harmless, be ing made from pure vegetable medi cines. It soothes, calms and quiets the weakened, irritable and over-wrought nerves, producing perfect repose and refreshing, natural sleep; at the same time it builds up the shattered nerves and gives renewed life, strength and vigor to the system. Use it, you who are sleepleos. Druggists keep it for $1. It is the discovery and prescription of thejeminent specialist in nervous dis eases. Dr. Greene of No. 25 West Four teenth street; New York, who can be consulted free in regard to any cage, personally or by letter. TERRIBLE ITCHING Used Everything Five Months. Ia Three Weeks not a Scar or 1'lmple. Cured by Cuttcura. When my wm thr month old hta rheetti and tnrthr( tgn to brtak oat witb white pirn-rl- on ri nrUee. In few dy llrhing com nencrd, which u terrible. A ftr woo id rub it, matter would ooi from th fyjlnte. In a bnrt titr.e Htprrad over th top of h"; bead, then cb on formed on bd nd face. We voed eerythine we conld hear of fr.r nearly five montliB. It rw wore ail the time. I eaw votir advertl-fnent of tkeC'r Tirrm KtetMi to th l hirae Weklr." We erhawt C V I c r a ktwirxaa and e.m menot their In three weeka' time there waa rKt a aoreor p1mrle,rt en a aar, on head or fare. He ta nineteen moriha old now, and hae no 1r.a of th dieae. Hiaeealp t heaitbr and he h a heantlfal bead tf fcatr. See portrait herewith ) M. bCAK JAMEf, Woo!ton, Kan. Vf Infant, efh teen mrtha o.-t. waaaffirted with ak'n eruption on hi hipa. l ad OTe eame rn oer prr. All rened;e fa't-e.1 nrtil I penred .VTirrn. ured a ear ar-d r. retirn of daee. lilt. A. M. WALKER, t araootllSe.Oa. Cuticura Resolvent The few BkvwI rnrl-r, trter?a'!y (to eleana the hi-'d of a I -Diru an-1 panona Wer.tl, a-'d CTtcr, ih r-at t ure, and CrTt-rn r'et .n et$u!?t Htii Hea;irieT, etteally (t' ear The k.n and o!p and reVir U hilr ha fi'i thuand of wh-r tf e ew.Terirt wa rrf KT-a.l erd'aB-e, h;r !''ete or ad ( d efnremeat far-ihe. What otaer remed.ee have iftaxle tack eiarra, :na rar-a' Fnd ererre'tte-a, Tn. rTTCnta. VV.; rVa, V". ; RtfMtT, 1. Prepared If He ToTTt laraj M9 aifiru "e aiTfoe". fVTo. e-etvl f r " H-w t "re ke I "eee, f-4 fr-, ii.aetrari--.pa. od tearuncoiaia. PIOY'C !,ri!, aM ?"-rp pnr'Se.i ar,d t,ed I PQl M T Otitk rfttp. AMP'TJ:rLl: C WHl','9 SIDES AND WCX, f-' J&V, Kldnee, end rte-iM Taie and S V; ,tiwu reltereil tw vrve wtiit I I'J e tee Cwfre-nra At-rat Fleeter, at Mtm tm end t f aia kug f aeter. X M . ONLY F001MIS SURE 111 Which to Take Advan tage of That Oiler. GET IX BEFORE DECEMBER 1. A Chan: Thit ShcuM Not bt Msjed- Those Applying How Will te Treated UnU Cured at the Rate of $5 a Month Same years ago no one eou'd gel medical trratment witltaut i-aitut: a Ulh yrtee for it. lbiswai th cs ojedJilly with suiterera Irura rhroutc dlsvaart, UUrally r- bbed out of a husi aal bom ty the srcUlsts t) wUoiu the? wrrtf eoiti pfllfU to lu thrir euirrucy for trratineat. Iu rrceat years, hocer. tills order of affairs has been cbaoicel. Uader thasystra lnauxuratea by Dr. V. tf. Copland and bis ataoeiates and which Ytaamad possible If secLilun a larie practice tbruub advrrtlslnc. It waa found that ample cotuirnaition could be had tor tlta treatment of chronic casea (requirtne a course of several months) at a nominal Its per month. Tiis system waa put Into eievutloa and it has done mors to brlcc down the standard of physicians fees than anjthtnif that has ever bca dsvlsed In this country. Five Dollars a Month. When Dr. Copeland and Oraham estab lished their office In Grand Rapids, they an nounced to the public that for a certain period they would treat all patients coming to them, no matter with what disease, for a fee of only five dollars a mouth, with medi cines furnished free. That period expires on the 1st of December. TI1KUK ARE THEN ONLY FOUR DAYS LEFT IN WUICU TO TAKE ADVAN TAGE OF TilE OFFER. A great many people have failed to under stand tie cause and nature of this offer. It was made for the purpose of calling- alte ltlon to the character of the work performed by these physicians, aad for the purpose of en abling the pub leto make a personal trst of the ability of these physicians. Hot "Cheap Treatment." . It does not raeau or did not mean that Drs Copeland and Graham are "cheap doctors," or that they are lurulsnlof a "cheap treat ment." The public baa been so schooled by Old-time physirlaus that they have learned to look with suspicion upon every practitioner who does not follow the so-cal.ed "regular methods." , One moment's thought will suffice to con vince anyone that t lie re ts no reason ky ba-dness principles cannot bo adapted to tne p acticeof medicine. The prime motive In the method of l'rs. Cope'and and Oraham rests upou the well known business principle of "larye sales and small profit." In other worta. by advertising they obtained a large practice-, and with a larue treatment they uetd charge only low tecs. Save Your Money. Now you can save from five to twenty-flve dollars a mouth for medical treatment if yon will benin with Drs. CoDflaud and Graham beiore the 1st of December, aad enter upon a course under their offer of $5 a month tor all dlsea-et until cured. TAKE ADVANTAGE OP IT NOW. y 78 and 80 West !1 DRESS GOODS. LOT NO. 1. Twilled Dress Goods in stripes and Tlaidi. Wool Henriettas, plain colors. This lot 10c. LOT NO. 2. Wool Burrettas, 36 inches wide. Camel Hair Flannel 30 inches wide.' Wool Flannel, 36 inches wide. ' Weol Cashmere, 36 inches wide, c This lot 15c LOT NO. 3. All Wool Homespun, 36 inches wide. Wool Henriettas, 36 inches wide. This lot 19c LOT NO. 4. LOT NO. 5. We Also Oder the Following Iiou.e in trie cnj. 78 anil 80 West IN BATTLE'S FROH THE SOLDIER T AS STBlCaES D0W5. JO! AFTER TEARS OF SUFFERING. As ths Laroes of t be war grow fewer witu paaslug years, respect and love lor tLrui ucepeue aud braadeaa. In a bt time aur vitr el tea grral et? .1 evartut will be ao lew tuat it Willi ratecibeda treat pr vilt-ge to eu terse wttb one vi lUew, e b;ts f ueir wrd wilt be ! krd upou as pjM-ilu a tjUatay aim j at aaered. 1 bey are ( itt out l y one, a the le&tes ta.l iu the r vtr. kuii ail wtit tae vaa tahed fi wia tbe aoeoee of ltx4t earthly at I lulls, aad it will be true of tkrauaaoi the heroes of other wars long gone pat. Oa lava's etaraal taut pi ug ground. Tbrlr lient teuta are spread. A d g.ory guaxda with auieiuB roaad. . lit bivouac of the dead. One ef the war veterans of tfat state la Daniel E. f-toneburner of Oakdalo Tark. Ho went throtub all the bardshlpa incident te a soldier'a life. Ills story, as given to au inter viee the other day. Is as follows: "Wnllo la the service." said he. "I con tracted pneamonla. Tho physicians said 1 would probably sooner or later die of con sumption, as the condition of my longs in vited the disease, so I was sent homo to re cover or die. VVbn I resumed. I found that I had con tracted rheumatism also. I spent several hundred dollars and went to a great many physicians In au endeavor to obtain relief if ota cure. The doctors told me that my lungs were In bad shape, and that tbe trouble would kill mem time. I was not only anffer lng. the tore, with bodily pain, but with a 1 the positive featmos of consumption. I found that nothing could be done for me by the phy sicians I went to. ln thl conditio of mind. I was prevailed upon by friends who were being benefitted by theCopeland Medical Institute to go to Dra. Copeland and Graham and try them. "1 can never snmoiontly Shank the friends who sent me there, so great and so unexpected has been my improvement. At that time I bad a sense of pretsure and dizziness in the head, very weak eyes, pxins In th rUbt side and sma'l of the back, also between the shou'der blades and tbo limbaj appetite Irreg ular and sometimes very bad; fod did not seem to do me anv good, and I really felt better without It. I was subject to fever and languid ness In the niornln;. was sleepy all day and did not rest well at night, aud was so short of breath that I was uuable to do any thing. "sincrt I have been under tbe hands of Dra. Copeland and Graham I bavo Improved so greatly that I can scarcely say this Is myself. In fact. I am better than I have been for thirty years. I shall follow my course of treatment until the end. and then I shall net rt good untlll every sufferer tries t ie physi cians of the Copeland Medical Institute." JUST FOUR DAYS REMAIN. Bridge Street, J' 'fP In Monday and Tuesday we offer you Dress Goods in 5 different lots. These goods are all worth from 10 to 33 per cent more than the price we sell them at on Monday and Tuesday. All Wool and Silk Mixsd Flannel, 36 inches wide. All Wool Flannel, plain colors, 36 inches wide. All Wool Flannel, plain colors bl inches wide. This lot 3c. AU Wool Flannel, plain colors, 54 inches wid, at 4c All Wool Flannel, plain colors, 51 inches wide, at ?3c. Ail Wol Uurretta. 54 inches wide, at 87c Ail Wooi Uroadcloth, 54 inches wide, at 89c. Goods at Reduced Prices: Eiderdown at 37c. 10-1 I'.laaket. at 6?c and up. Shaker Flannel at 5c, would te a tartain at 8c. liarga ns in Underwear that cannot De equaled t y any MUSTER Bridge .Street. S OF DOLLARS THEY WERE srDT V1I.MY. I!:alth At Last FOr a Ttlfli I leei under Uaiiac wUiigatieas to Dra, Copeland aed Graaaru. rt-t.s wtth them, la oae ,(&. at aa mi ay ef Bt dollars ouly. 1 hate 4iaaed waat 1 ua4 vauaiy epcat una died et d liar fvx," ' Ibe speaker was Mr, Goldsmith, who re sides at Hi JrCVraoa avenue. ills atateaeat Is parbottUr'y inter eating, as Ituotouiy & a alaaucl lortu of rata rii aad a pueuf a diaraa lUat M esrnreiag y romuiou and very paiLiu . tut diacioaee tbe dtfteulty eiiverienred by etbets iu tiettu g the aame aitd ti e evttiae ol the lcUitivjual lu aitoaaptiua to ftbtaia a CHara. -I WOULD KOT UAVE LIVED THROUGH THE H INTER" contiuued Mr. Golismlth. I.N THE CONDITION 1 WAS IV WIIKN I VENT TO DKXlurELAND AND GRAHAM, as I am exposed to tho inclemencies of tbe weather la my employment aud was getting worse every day. 1 realized that theromlnf oid weather would bo too asueb for sae. I felt that 1 would have toqalt work and go to a hospital. ' 1 have been smder the treatment of over a dozen of the best physicians, not only la this stale, but In California, where I went for my health. That I d d not get well ts proof la lt!f that they could do nothing tor inc. "This waa my oudltioa: "I bad catarrh of the stomncb and bowels. My stomach was tn sucb condition that I was unable to eat anrtbtng. FOR THKKE YEARS I WAS NOT ABLE TO EAT EVEN FRUIT, although living tn California part of that time. No food would remain on my stomach. 1 suf fered from pains aud cramp, ulntenaion of tbe stomach by gas, heart trouble, vertigo, dizziness etc, aad from pains around tbe heart constantly. I Lad catarrh of tbe bowels in its worst form. 1 suffered from Intense pains la tho blpa aud legs and in the cheat and arms, so much so that at times I eewld hardly move around for day a. ; "I bad given up ail hopes of being cured, as I believed catarrh lncuraM': but 1 went to Dr. Copeland and Grabam. and under their treatment my Improvement was surb thrtthe symptoms, whlcb 1 had bemin to look upon as fixed and permauent. began to disappear. I found that I was a le to keep up with my work, and have tern working stead'ly all the time. 1 have ceased to lake tbo medicine, but the Improvement goes on steadily. I feel as we 1 now as I ever did in my life. I am la excellent condition, sonnd and wot. Ail th distressing symptoms Have disappeared. "1 will be pleased to talk, with anyone con cerning my condition ana tne treatment which brought it aboi t. and I desire that this statement be published for the benefit of otbr sufferers. After what Dra Copeland and Oraham have done for roe. 1 am satisfied that they cau cure any casa el catarrh in tbe world." Hal j 'M GREAT Mm SALE! A.T 70 C.Ff .AJL. mTJEOEZEnr. WORTH OF Hen s Boys GLQTHJTO The bankrupt stock of Guns Bronson, Crookton, Minnesota will be sold at 50 cents on the dollar, to pay off the Mortgages. The stock consists of Men's, Hoys and Children's Overcoats, Suits, Pantaloons, Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Mitts and in fact the stock is com plete in every detail, and must be sold without limit or reserve. Men s Mitts ? .15 Men's Working Jackets 21 Men's Working Pants 69 Hoy s knee Pants Men s Suspenders Hoys' Suits Men s Suits Hoy's Overcoots Si en's Overcoats Come early and Greatest Bargains Ever LOOK FOR 70 Canal OPPOSITE THE YELLOW BUILDING. Store Closes at 6 p. m. Except Wednesdays and Saturdays. $5 A MONTH THE ONLY FEE ASKED FOR CEPtCAL SERY1CE Tilt DEC U Ht That Ml Hot When He Cay, When He Will He Shall Hve Nay Here 1$ i Propos't on as it Appeared OrU glnalljf in The Colons-Read it and See What Yea Can Sate. J'o Our I'titndi iHi lit JkKc Yu-Uihj to -l ul rVHua .f for rea tJ iiTivwjjf ett, kurr dcruifj la rs Und, lkjtuJ r I, tit ( ft' tiuii o tA Jef of fKiober to fre4 uli (f.um at IV rult ditHun auaoelA. i'lu ojfr a ' i lo ' old (tti $ t-f,-inj treatment, a at at to tntr )at and u $voii roM tkit djJ.e error J, nUl Itrm Ur let. lie high print tJcrjl cT vHaJ treat vtfJ art o crorlritakt that none of tk t itai, though lutli, it trrtcia t fn7 rVwrp' f. tkitf. We dfmir tktf trrryf'-Hif hk-iU ive ta tVar rrruht, avi rTj xrtwii y ittrUc rrry OH4 tuftrthf fi etM any dtrve dtbt to fa3 t.; ax, (imkriitf tktm tbii yofitittJy u fc t ill le aLtd or (birgeJ, and tLU thU jr W.ll. COPILASJ), If. JK H. r. I, llAH A Ut J. IK XtrttmUr I, lS'i 0;iLY FOUR DAYS f.lOnE! . w Til EI R CREDENTIALS. Dr. Copeland is a graduate of Dellevue Hoa. pltal Medical Col. Oie. New York. m prtai. dent of bis class la that Insliturtea. Ills aaa. elates are goatiemen be-arlng erewtent's equally as tiouw at !il own. aal haea vauord steadily with bint. They retrt-eeHt f Hmarlly the best medical training the coua ry affords, many year ef cebtlnual praetiea. and entire aad aba.dwte devvUen te lUeata oaaes la tbeir spes-ialtirv. wide and eiiruded. expeiienceln treating these diseases and uut f orm success. Write for 8 van p torn Blank and fret Treatment by Mail. $5 A MONTH. All Patient under Treatment before December 1. will be treated until cured for 15.00 per month. This includes Consultation, Exa mination, Treatment and Medicine for all patients and for all dls oases. Copoluiid Medical Institute, f DR. W. II. COl'ELAND, 1U. W. T.OliAHAM. 192 EAST FULTON ST. Corner of Sheldon. GRAND RA1IDS, MICH. Fpeclaltles: CaUrrb. Asthma, Kronchltla, Nervous Dlsoases. lil..od Diseases, Kheuraa tism. Consumption and all chronic afiVctioat of the Throat. Lubs. ttomacb. Liver and Kidneys. Offire hauret Stall av sn tta S p. sn T to 8:30 p. us, Saoday, W iu 1 1 a. m. and Children's .19 .10 2.00 3.00 2.00 300 . . get first choice of the Offered in Western Ulctizcn. THE PLACE, Street