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were jist elti- reaJf t'J retire f-r le
n:?il Leti a:ul iL'.ny f tLcir tnenvJS
aad reia;ie4 DianLe-i ia Leadi by t:m:h
ic3"ra wt;t rurnsCied sienJiJ music fur
lleaaler uaui 1 o'clov yesterday uioru-
A Couple of men bo were surferm from
na uvfr.Jow i Krt-ru.f hUd to kcrp
ta 6ali a rviuag on West BnJe-st. ytster
da af-ern-u b s-s-.r-. ea-:h utb?r aroiinJ
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if f.s. lt-ra tbey aij-jarutxl to ue:u
t.n: al'.a to dry a their freiitijt? lu
lh r!.i!lJ bJt.
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West l;n!e-st. Lereatter iluriin? tte eve:i
l :s ; 1 i tarry arn.s Vi a to j rutc t them
seiVi a::ist t.'ie Uis ills vi tLe loul
m u'.Lr raaa who han arauinl the
.-.jrti-rs f.jr n- ot!.r ur than to mage
thfiiiHrlve eneraily t.tu-ixious to re?iecU-
Mrs. J a. Miller, of lruai-:ty-3t., and her
lf j da-i,:h:ers, M rs. Gevf 1-chuian and
Mrs. A. V. Uwl, have returned Lome
af:er a -ifa-tant trip through the Kastern
states. Tiie broaat back several di:!cr
em scira of haiivlsouie birds.
A little ." year-oli girl named Gomanai
rr-i on "Jrf!cr3o!i-st. fell from aswiiii
yeslerdav atid recrived s-jme serious injuries,
she wa- brought into the house and uiedi
cai aid summoned.
Charles W. Klynn, the nine-year-old boy
who sutured from a severe fracture of the
thirfh bv being run over by a loaded wa?on
un West linde-bt. recently, is rar..idiy re
covering. W ill Ireuke and a few friends who have
be-n TisitiniT Joseph Vogt, of Front St., for
tue a3; wee, lelt yesterday for their home
at Milwaukee.
Misa U jse Kitt!j has returned to her
home on Turner-st. after a pleasant visit
with triends in Cooj-ersville.
Geo. Nichols, of Heed's barber shop on
West Bnde-st., has gon to Cadillac to go
into businesf.
Louis Hermance, of V,2, llapids, is yis
itiru his brother Geo. Heriuauce, of West
Uridie-at.
Harry Moore, the genial West Bridge-st.
cirpenter, has returned home from the
Noitu.
Josiah Terry and family, of Lowell, are
vbuins the family of K. . Averiil, of J?ec-oud-st.
W. Averiil and wife, of Lincoln-ave.,
have gone on a visit with friends at Al
pine. Company I decided at their meeting Mon
day night not to attend the Fair this
year.
RE.V. P. MCERDYK HOME.
Tb tholet la Southern Europe-Soclal-Utlv
Kiots SufTerlD Hotel .Men.
"Mo; I did not go down into Italy, be
cause I wbhetl to avoid the choiera," said
Uev. Feter M.erdvk, who returned yester
dsy from his F'.uropean tour.
"How extensively has the cholera ravaged
in Houthrn Europe this Summer?'' asked
the reporter.
"A xl deal more than is reportel either
in E iropaa countries or over here. The
people who live down there, and particu
larly hotel keeper, try lo keep the reports
hack as much as thy can. I met a Catho
lic iriet at Amheneux, France, who was
on tin way irom uume 10 i-yous uioii rv;-
lexia-ttical business, lie "poKe very g'l
Fn-iiih and. when oue?tioned by us, said
that the cholera wa not very prevalent and
that thre was none of it in Lome. Kepor's
from ollr j arties, however, dissuaded me
,m venturing south. llio hotel keep
ers in Venice, who depend largely on tour
ist trs le, have m some ca.es been rea.ly
r'Kr.e-l oy trie c:ioira are aeeping uvt
th:r customers. The labor troubles and
.art hial disturbances are talkcl of some-
hit on the other si le. but the jeople there
have tr'-ub'e of their own, and are kept
b ir with them, since thae is not tne
L-ed-ra of srch there that we eojoy. and
p:a-iy ar-u-w, m this country, Europeans
CT.Taliy do not f.rm a correct conception
i t our i--litica! and comrr.erHal institu-
ti'.r.s. Those rons who have investel in
railroad atrirks fe" verv bitter toward tti!S
co ir.'-T and our Vanderbtlts and Goulds.
When 1:1 th Netherlands I met a very
m'l -ant l"c k at rDi-os to this subject. jf
title t-ri 'The Ini;ioverihment of the
Netherlands Through I'nre-1 states llail
s tor s.' I read the psmphM on the
war horn and tin 1 that it is somewhat of
st ' taratjl-i of th ral fats, and
should ti-! that the writer bad utTered
bv uifMtiMfn" aid wistid to warn others
not to fli into like err t. Socialist move
i i'shv hartne-l in Amter!ani and
Ix.nd.-n. In t;i latter there was s
thiir r'f a pt t't htwen the mb.
aid i.:-e. n-t !a-t Ai:'it m AmsreMTi
terr:: excrenent prevs;le-l bera ie of tb
ia moTmnt. People were talkinz
a-x.'it it everywhere. orirers w-
, ,ra an 7 1 -h npninc over ther. I hey
hT th ruih'ia and poi ;ce out on very
h.,rf n-.t,. e s's-akip; avut fre p'ech
uhiis to m. that when that b,-in
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wh , n was aren by rt 7 ancestors an
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and c,n" h.vf months, an I I a-n
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it!i-ir -a flue. 3&.4ic: Jar-an niodltun.
6c; rdaiary. Uyou. ,c uapodcr,
UiUL. t'oiio. ;os&ix;.
ouf-U iJ 11 Ct: i lr Dot. pntieui i'.'
I.' Jb ier twt P oui,
Mul fd: ecrweiiiu.. tli per ton; braa, ;2.
aiiip. i:J: mldvionia, liio. reea curu ana
o-a, f.v. . . .
Keroace oil Michigan kt, Uo per iai.;
wicr wtaM. il'(C
Oaauilae UV(C per Rai.
sda Oavci, o oc 60 per bu; UnotUy, ti 00
iSi
ruh-N.x 1 while fii. 00 per half bbL;
other rradea, t (Xa lr ta-T tU; trout. ;
cod. tt, ac ir lb. ciatua. 11 uO jr tun.
dre-t; c aimed otbUsis, aeletu, X$3i:, tmoked
at-ut, I JC. ,
fort la barrel Met pora, Chicago it ked.
j Tjujll ; extra nort cut, 11 i; itaudard
Citar t.-k.ll5 iv. . ,t
Lard nMv-, T' jC; 3' ana au id. uim, ou
lb roaud tms, KWt-apc. r". ui un paii. .?5c.
Be ( la barrel kJitra me, warrauioa ium.,
iviH ,); extra, bouel. Ill 00.
Buitena V aukeatia creamery, aolld, 13c; rolls,
lV,c; dairy soUd, use; rou,
r rulU l.-iiaoua, cnoice, ciuuu.
uia reanuia. raw, iht '"i u" " 'W
raw. perib., &.'.c; fancy reU, raw, per iD.,a.v'Vvr4u-,
choiw; white, Va., S,c; tajicy, 11. r. ..?
:c- ahnon.la, TenMa, ioc;uaiuornia, 1 mioc,
aiiLc S'.'iio: tliberA Sicily, llvdlic; Karce-
loua, 10c-; waiuntf, Grenoble, 17; pecaua, lexaa,
11. P., 9Cl3c: aiasoun, 8,Vs6
llttlldlnf MaterlaL
Lmnber 3UI ituff. timber, Jolnti and tcanU
g. 12, 1 and 16 feet, in; ao is n, iz; aa m n.
a. .Sheetinj boarda, arteu on one ae, v
and 1:0. Feace fioonng, lis: common coonnir,
ro. 81dlnsr. ht and 2A, 117; common, 115.
Finishing lumber, tJTW. Barn boards, No. 1,
dred on one kide, 117; No. '2,114.
hhlnglea 16 inch atari, iALw; seconds, I-: uu
Lath No. L $3 VS 7S.
Lime Ohio, V5c; Orand Rapids, 75c; Pctcskey,
00.
Cement f 1 151 30 per bbL
Nalia Oommuu brad auJ fencing
lOdio.
Per keg 12 15
'if
60
75
1 60
S 03
, 1 75
I ad
fl 75
8d and 9d adT
d and 7d adT
id and ixl adT
34 advance ...
3d Una advance...
"linen nails, adT .
Fin Whim?
lOd
3
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2X
ae lnche J
AdT. per ke?.
11 25
1 60
btel naha Per kit, f- 2s.
nnu urmni t T i MWATTXtpPllfMTO
Compare
our $-5 Overcoat with any you ever bought
for eight dollars.
Giant llothinq uompany.
Tok at Gardiner dc Baxter's window and
see their seventy-five cent night shirt, best
thing ever otiered.
Overcoats.
Social sale this week. Call and look
them over. Giant Clothinu Companty.
We have just received a large invoice of
lmiorted Key est cigars.
Mills, i.acey s uickissos.
Do Not Spend a Cent
until vou look over our mammoth stock.
G i a xt Clothing COMPasy.
We have just received a supply of fresh
vaccine joints.
Mills, Lacey A Dickissox.
Two Hundred and Fifty
Serviceable, well-made overcoats, gray diag
onal at $3.M) this week. They are going.
Call earl v. Giant Clotiiino Company,
Hiding a Sallow Skin.
Her complexion formerly was yellow
now her brilliant tinted sea-shell cheeks are
the admiration of hundred. She nsed
used Freeman'9 Harmless Medicated Face
Powder. Sold at K. II. Wilson's, drug
store.
Save Your Expense
To the Fair by purchainjr an outfit of the
Giant Llotiiino Company.
Notice.
Now is the time to learn Stenography by
the new machine svstem. Learned in one-
third the time required by other systems
thir.l the time requireu ty ouier systems,
A pleasant occupation for younj: ladies.
Ilaoidly coming into use for all kind of
hort-hand work. Three trial lessons free.
School at room 3. 57 Monroe-st.. Grand
Hapids, Mich. Open afternoon and even
in. r.. u. v usey, i recepior.
We name the lowest price for vou on
every article of Yuen s. boys and childrens
nothing. liUNT Liotiiino company.
A Ileantlful Irnt
The Virgin SaltCo., of New Haven, Conn.,
to introduce Virgin alt into every family
are making this grand olTer: A Crazy
Patchwork F.io:k, enameled in twelve
beautiful colors, and containing the latest
Fancv Stitrhes. on a lare Lithographed
Card having a beautiful gold mounted Ideal
Portrait in the center, given awa? with
every 10 cent package of Virgin Salt. Virgin
Sa.t has no epial for household purple.
It is the cleanest, purest and whitest t-alt
f f or used. Pemember that a large
kaw:e cs only 10 cenLs, with the above
present. Ak your grocer fur it.
The habitual ne of pills is a sure means
of nltimate'.y nndermininc health and lay
itig the foundation f-r sme ef the m-st
ditring cA.e ot chronic rnala-lie lse
Ir. Jonen lil Clover Tonic, a purely veg-
etbie remedT, which hr.e and reeu.atefl
the ytem, enriching the bbm.L It cure
a!' d;eas of the stomach, liver, blood and
kilnv Can betaken br the niot deli-
ra. centji. of drugri?. For sa bv
K. FL Wi'.aon.
The great "turce of th ettenive 'nra-
tive Mil rtf Ir. Jone' Keil (lover Toni
are i rrV b-ool nri.'rinff o'lalitie and
it cent, apri.ive a-i..n, thereby remov
r.g il rtrsint from tr, e-rop.Te organs.
rnr.ng pe-n)r'If and thro'My dTpep;a,
ct .iT(r,e. ha-5 r-ath. pne. pimpi,
ririr. sick ar.J nrv.--is bendache. :,
n.a'.ara. and ail sn)tT,rh. Lrer andki'ney
tr'ih'. Tr; ni o 'a"e -m.rh a-
rer it w n r ,h I :x cent, i-or
by F.. K. Wj;.-n.
We ar a,rrit f-r th
r gar. Mi; ,. L
HEADQUARTERS
For Fine Carriages,
...
j Waor.s, Cutters, Sleighs,
! H 1 ? N Lv7- v'H I Pi AND F.OBES. AT
131 K'Ji LUCK HI CUESSIS
VAN PER VEEN i W1TMAN,
1C-6 WOSF.OE-ST GRAND RAPIDS,
WILL GIVE A NO. 30
STERLING-
5
to the person Onetntj Neareat Its Actual
Wright, inn ftore is on extubitton ai our
d'ore and will be at the Fair Grounds durlug- the
ralr. where everyrxxly will Lave a cbaute to
fieM until Saturday, (K-L '2 1, at 6 o'clock, p. Hi.,
at whit h tune the Move will be weighed and the
pvPsun having irienMHl nearent its actual we'.gbt
will take tne Move. If more man one terBon ruta
the cornet or aere!t actual the winner will be
decided t v lot. If more than one ruess it made
by the tame person uoneot ihin will be counted.
Come Out! Come AIM
J, E. GABLED
TAILOR AND DRAPER
Is whero you get a first-class
fitting suit from $25
and upward.
Pants $5 and upward.
3. G. GABLG4-
70 MONROE-ST. 76
FORMERLY CUTTER WITH SCOTT 4 WILLIAMS.
Ice Cream,
Sweet Cream,
Fresh Butter,
Fresh Buttermilk,
at th
II.
67 MONROE-ST.
Under the Union .Ticket Office.
TELEPHONE 788.
We make a specialty of furn
ishing Ice Cream to part
ies on short notice.
Gt your CHAIRS RECANED at
rr u pit, -p, TRT-l
ValleV IdtV ttattan YY0rKS
I .
No. 10 Winter-st.
I make a line of the beet an 4 cheapest Rattan,
Reed Chair In the market; make Baby Carriage
Baxketa to order. A tpecialty of repairing all
manner of Rattan and WlUow Ware and guaran
tee lower price In my line of gods than any
other dealer In the city. Trade supplied. Send
for Catalogue.
A. FALKEL,
No. 10 Winter Street.
Near Model Mills.
ll'E OFFER FOE SALE
Six Lots on Waterloo Street; business
property.
One Hundred Lots on Stevens' addi
tion. Easy terms.
Several Lots on East Pulton Street.
Very desirable Lot on Madison Ave.
House and Lot on Oreen Street. Very
cheap snd on easy terms, and
A f.r.e House and two Lots on Fifth
Avenue, only few rods from street rsil
way and every way desirable, at i
great bargain if sold soon.
We loan money and insure property
Call and see ;
W. I3ATE8 & CO.
to CANAL STREET.
T T'T-'N-fl ?- Cf -:- f rTre
latw1 -'f' r-wx-f. ryh 0 7' a
s ., ('rut (rrA. k ", ee p-'M.ftf
G. W. MALLORY, SL D.
30 YEARS PRACTICE.
Threat and Lurg Diseases a
Specialty.
f yr S 1 1 . 1 S AnA V p. fa
Gf 7 ft rr? ST:S-
H. LEONARD & SONS,
FALL OPENING,
Novelties and Bargains in House Furnishing Goods,
Special Display this week of -Lamps.
Table and Hanging Lamps in Bronze, Rich Gold and Antique
Brass with shades and prisms to match the burners, of 40 candle
power; rich gold hanging lamps from $2.00 up; bronze table lamps
from 75c up; decorated glass stand lamps from 35c up.
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Willow dinner baskets 18c to 69c; lead pencils ic to 3c; slate
pencils 3 for ic; slates 5c to 10c; pencil tablets 5c to 10c; sponges
5c to IOC.
OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS
are tilled with astonishing novelties, such as odd h ipo joree
lain vases with Vienna roses, at 25c; Barholtine va-es w ith
raised tlowens, sold last year at 75c, this year only 25c; bevel
plate hand mirrors, in plush frame, only 25c; chamois skin,
10c; hair brushes, 12 kinds, 25c for choice: toilet boaps, 3c to
9c; pin-?, 3c; perfumes, 10c to 25c; full assortment best re
tinned tinware, at bargain prices; hundreds of useful articles
in house furnishing goods in our 5c department.
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT.
We call special attention to a new importation of decorated
dinner sets. The "Brown Daffodil," in which we offer full
sets of 125 pieces for $16.50, or 102 pieces fot $12. Just open
ed, Koyal Vienna table wares in rich decorations; chocolate
sets, dessert sets, cracker jars, salad bowls, cups and haucers,
fancy jug, etc., and chamber ware in endless variety.
ART GLASSWARE FOR TABLE USE.
The famous "Peach Blow" ware, the beautiful Burmese
ware, the popular Amberina ware, the Pomona,the Polka Dot,
the Optic, tho Venetian and other charming wares are respect
fully recommended to your notice.
ART ROOM.
New importation of bronzes, art pottery and fancy articles
suitable for wedding presents. Music boxes from one to two
hundred dollars. Come and hear them play.
SILVERWARE. We recommend our silverware as being
superior to much that is now on the market. Our Solid Silver
is stamped with our name. The latest designs now readj for
your inspection.
H. LEONARD & SONS,
16 MONROE SRREET.
MICHIGAN IRON WORKS
WM. T. POWERS it SON., Proprietors.
Grand Rapids, - - Michigan.
MAKTJFACTTJEEEQ OF
Plain and Gut-off Steam Engines
AlfiO
Saw Mill, Grist Mill and Plaster Mill Machinery ; Gearing,
nmns. Pilasters, etc., a specialty. Mill repair work done with
dispatch. Dealers in all kinds of Mill SuppliesBrass Goods
ana Steam Fittings.
Works and Office on Louis
CARY & LOVE R I D GB,
NO. xx
.A. 3STe"w Stools: of
GENT'S FURNi sHING GQODS,
HATS, CAPS, ETC-
JUST OPENED.
Our stock is complete and fresb, embracing the Latest Styles in all tbedi3erea
gTades. Prices as low as may be baa anywhere in the city. Ca and inspect.
J. ALFRED HOLLAND. - 19 WEST BRIDGE ST.
GREAT TO I
20 inch, x c Tin Valley 9
14 x c " " 5
Large Eavc Trough 8
Small 5
And Conductors,
Melis Hardware Store,
17 and 19 Grandvillc-tvc.
fTILIFHOXK
DO YOU KNOW
Tbat strlctiy nre Can d lea ar ra'. erery fie
timrt at
VanBuren & Calidns',
Con fee lfera,
103 Monroe Street,
Successors to W. H. Morris.
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ft b Try trn Tt-1 :t Wlitnre nm-.Tl
D. EM JJETT WELSH, M.D.
NOSE, THROAT, EYE ANO EAR.
Horn V 13 M.; tel. maA tir.
Sr-t-af y '-1 rj-w
Street opposite the County Jail.
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Fire and BonrlarProof afes.
Combination and Time Locks.
IONIA STREET
Fourth National Bank
ORAND RAPIDS, MICH.
CAPITAL, - $300,000
Tranaarta a reeeral hankinr t-aa1nB. lew
wt paid on Um tVpradta. Iratu 4ran on Uie
principal cdu of Kurope at kwwt raim.
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WM. fARA. P. A Biri.,rrT,
OWl.C. PRJRn, JAMS FL4IR.
GRO. W.6AT. c,VK.WHSiWK,
A- D. RATH BONK .
A. J. BOWKR. GEO. C. mRTR.
Prwrl 4 it V loe PTf1 lect
H. P. Bikes. OaaM?
CLEMENTS'
Steam Carret Cleaning Works.
Carpets taken cp, cleaned, refttted snd
relsid; also new process for cleaning
wsll paper. 014 paper ttaJe to loos as
g-cd ss sew.
Firet-Clete Wort (uarsnteed.
TELEPHONE 7f.S.
Eustac-c W. Tower &
Co.,
notary public,
FIRE AND LIFE INSURA?jCE.
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SchoolBooks.
AND
SCHOOL puppUEg.
AT
EATON & LYON
20 and 22 Monroe Street.
The Diijto Hfe:lic Steam H
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Perfect Iw pn-rire H-atn Mf-a: i:t ft
Drei'.lri, Haa I'uMie R,! " 1 tun.
DLl'LEX IslKAM lu.i t K nxiAM.
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ArenM wanted In the irJf. t-uA fur M
lUuMraod catauirue.
PECK'S DRUG STORE.
Every Medicine Advertised in
Grand Rapids, Detroit Chi
cago, or New York Pa
pers kept in Stock.
Surgical Instruments,
Electric Battcrie:
And the thousand and one Ap
pliances, Dressings, etc.
TDiiccrci
ALL KINDS, ALL SIZES.
We Guarantee a Perfect Fit.
The Largest Assortment
in Michigan.
In fact everything that a Drug
Store should keep. All at prices
that will invite continual pat
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Corner Hall and Division-si.
IiOorns to rcni on Divi'ion-si.
Hooms lo rent on Sprin
Houses to rent, houc- for $-ale
Furniture, new and nice lor
sale cheap for r-h or an
reasonable terms.
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AMERICAN
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TELEPIiOI.'L'
FOR A FINE BRINK
Call for. a fjat cf JCUS
TERER BREWING Go's
PILSENER or EXPORT
BEER. It is slr,o bottled
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