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CTC TOLEOnAEJ-HCnALD, GRAND UICH--0UnDAV't3ORtHIIQ JUHG
TJajrsaeer sva Fas
TTarsnaoT,, Jcae 3. ' .r Uitbljsa.
lriii to L-teili variaiia wiai baujat-c
eviULmy; siamar. fair wair.
La 4freac to u cf tie mst.
tirrs of tLe Y. if, C A., cow La saaaiaa. the
Tti.-A4Hiavi.D raserra the eLi&oraUi
ITrta prsartd for th:e morals. Ocict
te aa taey i'.j to s-iay jri'
to tii CweUZii Li snuxU liiu-
TOWN TOPICS."
NL jf i. iaaal ytJJ.
Ii-iAaweje jurd si en auinf9u aJ
lin..
TLe Jur urm of tne Ci.:te4 Suiee Cosrl
It, fca!au iury '-i e'.ht for confic
tiua an I ivar f,r to-jUitui-
Mee tt.rjd yesUrxlav at 2&J
rca4ay ao l -17 Ciart-t-
H. P. Kttraeat i;i at l-- FoanVet. jm-Ur-1
aiiraiii. awi 3 jaare.
a A our e:it.,rs Dr; tr.a ciaalines anJ
kH a, f ra. : of our wru.
I p u !atl evecin.g t7 rnarru.'e licences
te.1 seen :au4 6y tna County Lir.
The Fui c4 tLat baa ta before
the iTU-ate CW. all weE will fce decided
louiorro ay.
Tbe atrtat cars were crowJad yestenlay
wore than aer fcafe nc tie eaiaeiisn-
tHetl Uf iiS.
Nelson IIjiia aai James laJ.ier qnati
fl aa eurtdracf Aaron Norton, aaa;US Of
J. l. I of Lira:tau.
All are w:t:n la get their Spring salts
uoul c:tLi&c u aowa to the last aotch.
iouaebu-ly wia t Its it.
RuUrt ritcti:! n4 ThiaiM Hollerea
wer i;tM't l-it fnifl for jiuol:2i.
iiu.ti.l w Uuei out.
MiciiAti Cr?oo turrJ Kt Klly yts
UrvUy, piki .l th co-ft, aai th cj
aui tJun-l ttiir'.ii l U bortel la
ta V. C A. riA;uiEt.
Th pAirol o wen; to J G jlJ-it.
lt nig&t ai t A. iejers. wha w
druak ol j niAJiioi thinit Ui:y around
Lw: Prat. th Walker raaa who
b! win J at K. i Courtoy. cam. La yea
UrUf aa i ii4J uo; iuiity, and will
liAta a Lrul.
Tk- j ary ia tha Circuit Cocrt hara com
!tJL ihmit lahora aa! icon korua. Tkr
wiU fc ao court ttiia wc afur calllci tie
non-jury calendar tomorrow.
Tka Wait MJa ixl To:p!ar. with th
Aurora C lub urrha:r. ki '. ta arara a "Tba
3,ttr fci'nal," at thar ball. No. Wet
Hr.J-it., ThurJ4y Tnia. Jaaa 7th.
fjpla who wmt jociethin that la
r-llf nn t Uria it bouU t a of tha
taiaoraleil t. Loqi ilanuc Water. Up-f-ar
ilouro-L ptroua tau b acrTeJ at
owetlinJj, wboaljtl hTa it a. Rtfli Likt.
Tha 14th anneal contention ot th
Iux of VCeatern ifacnlian ia to t he!J
ia bl-Jobn t Church, (irani Hataa, on
Juaiiiy. Vlarly an4 rhorly, of thia
wet. Ih ii.hop aJJreJ wul b de
li t era J a; 10 o'clock WnlaraJaj.
Mary J. HU1 y that hr haban!. Chat.
Ttiik. fcaa committal ada!t?ry with ont
yarKret Wilueman. and aha wanta a cli
t urea. A auit waa comtaanced la tha Clr
cult Court yraUrday makic tha ahota
tatment. and aayt that Hill kicked hia
wu' aud duhtr out of th hoosa and
took Kararet in to lira with him. The
cnapltf wtra married ta thi city Jaaaary tt,
lao4. The i artif i ara colored.
Smith's Optrt IT !.
An nL'a new company of brihl noTalty
mataora la announced for tha comin week.
prtMatlaf tha bat artisti on tha Tauda?illa
v..4j.t K tv- nrfrinal Hi!!i. TasQtJ
and Frank i, oriinatora and crratora of
their own una of bujiaei. meoniy iaiy
an i tnt;eiaan in me proieaiou uqii
ityla of an act. Tit: Ujxnin tha act ia full
rnin dret. the lady araria in Ion
tr' h Afi-.n? ar in ten aecondi in
prwnrm of tne aud.eat-, and making
qu tt cnaaa 01 ccaiauie 10 i .(aa, aua cuu
in !t.s n 1,-rehitic tor and danca.
Tie bvautif:ii and bewitch in TaadeTir.a
atar. Mia Vit'tara ortn. ti two come.n--,
Fran 1'. llAfden antlJohn t. StUet:
ta f-i nation buriem artwre. M'i Liilie
ilaf lla.1. tae Fi9U.r U'a coaie.;:aa ana
,nri Jnrer. Ctbcrt: (l is GarholL
tna e.jm:jftt!!t and f'ntortonLt, erf.rrn-
in a;)n pyrtiai'i ox t-ie ana ccuri;
i uhl I'.itn. tiro cor;c: Cora
Thorne. charac:er ari.te; ilm Carry Ex.er.
1 j !e by tna er ppular cor-ed an. Jofcnny
f:i! ".. ;r: a.'. !u:6rei i-3p; aa nn
f.jiil- i oi ' r.uciui.n- each aTulc with
ruarti afiTf-iec.
- -. i -
Teatarday wa anotir ti ! ty for ran
way. A tesra te.cnilnj to John Drea-
kurr. rta iif. ct-minj nr Fart!ett to
rfi.tn.r.. then x!.wn Iir.si n t.ionrr,.
i th rrner of Monn.e and Ionia-sfj..
they ran into a telegraph ;r.Ie. brek:n th
wuin in and ctherwn breaking the
wti-n. Tie rrp wa j uC n that the
kin i n! wi bok4 in two.
A !em uwre-J y Krsr.k Fritjt, pot
fr5tend af. tLe raS cat rter5jf n-xn
end ran awty. In front of Van h.Tery on
Canal-aC. tiir rr ir.? a rui.t wijn,
rntahir it-iuiU t ad:?.
Antlr IVtur'f fcor rn awar on Canal
tn th aeron. aa 1 n ruiiht cn
rfari-si. tr ie, by 0:2rr J. L.tfciith.
Feik rribmani.a yor.r?? man who ia Ir:at
jtt:rc ta?t of c-';rt an. I law, in in jail
on a rnarx o ;;-r :rr. i-rnmanx rra.ie an
't ir th f ik -Firne nl and then
went int. rnrt an4 aw.-r Ji.Trnt! y. It
J i.'f Vci'rri'T !:red him ri Men
tal aberrauon la ftt:c rrT'e::t,
Cmt Tear ie.
FH!t n'ih'; b-:-r'ir tr-l to rt Jn'o
Crra Rn:r'i ha';. at V) V."nt Frk-t.
They jot tb fr"nt ic r orei. o t! ey wnt
t.j a window and . rrirv.'! tT rit a h'
in t -ah rer t.ie w-.'.iw . ir.
KyT3T wrt the r'",i t. nt n
fv.r n a"d fci '-Ter a cuair tbua wrnir'
tue h';ue h-ar awar.
Aa K-lsbry h-i n nnvi-i b
f-re 1. Cor.iT . C. W. N--t'r ghaut
ef I-r d. end n b? t f-r r;nl ii th
- Cu'ir. ?n th-e ce K-if :iry
r-:-d wh ei-ir !e-.rerf fr-v.-i tie
rvi.-;j ea r -f: fi i-t M-.-r:s Com-t. h
';ta N Vj-t I' -'T a vi M,
M . . Miriarf. a?' i rrt ? t;i tha-n.
!i j ",.?;'r,iV'l tn? K;ir(-!? d -ni'a V-a
g-v'.t. .d ier: V'e -e :rj o-;t of pi-?
atean re.
""t.Tt .gr.
Mai-'Ma S-wirt r-'r.rriecr-! a dcr
nit ioi"'t Jarea S. S'ewart ii flie K'irzA
Otrt y?r iir. Vf-e. 5s re w art caza
ad e'T -avh a V e V" : lit J :.
5'ewir :n n r ; ; " tt
in tb " "?" c -.-:t v ? fr-:r th
rrr.. V : "-r r- i :"i 5- a
Jan-.; try I.J. " -.v. J :-. Mayaari.
In t Cut (.
P". T-".'' r. ' y-'.-r-'.t r-Tfed Tve.
Tr. F"i -5r w-th a vlir rpn
5, Jr; ard ! eVd J-;a. The
Ft'tcr aek-nr-! t?xe rar n T"i rh n.a
cf the c- i cht.i :n M? .-. Si
i? !.! hiJ f-r r3-a ties two a-MsirM
jer.
Fr?h Fii at Deitenthaler'a.
BUR SCilOQL LlflS
THE EOABO CF EDUCATION MEETING
Tav fUywrt ttf tav CaMaaai&U a TWa
Ctrea tk tuaIStta few ete tk
U4 avaa aevirlaa Ci
There wu a fuil t-d p rev at laat
Lai wha Praaideat liuLx called tha B-.av l
o! EilcL:a to rdar.
J. V. fcaaayra, rtj.Hjrtel th.U tha city
could not pr tha epoae of Mr. Futnim,
wkoe bsr wi hart while playing ball on
ti x k'l ground.
The ireax i--r.t cf tha Soari vaa authorial
to :a a ieuuoa to grad fliet ath-t.
Vi.eu iae Ovulh lnmiou-at. aciiooi cavma
cpllwu disco f red taat ilra. Merely had
la d.'v(.td aud Gaori a V. iiultr lui in
her j-iaca. tiotn rruie ia tna Ward were j
in fa tor of racuruit iira. Moreiey, but the
Bori foted doa tte prupoeaioa. buMra.
ilwf-Ie u out of a jAai liwu.
In tha k ouauin-at. achocl Traatee Sul.
liTin Ion ad that a Miss Jeonina naJ beetr
tut in tii 1lu.m vf Mra. Coweua. Mr. Mil
ian vary aenaibly optxa9d going to Ion!
tat Uaoncra when CiraoJ Kap.ua Laa ao
many uachara. aliaa Jenninja waa dropped
from La report, and aa attempt to aiect
Mra. Cowtna failsd.
Traatee Kanaom triad to have Iahhie
Arnu.d aabaututeu In the W eat Lxnard
Street achool la place oi C. A. Banks, but he
wa unaucceaalal.
A tuotioa waa made to pit Mr. Coweai
ta the Turner Street ecuool la pace of
Agnes Van Bursa, but was lent.
l ruatee Kichards got aar-jutic and offered
a Xiiotioa to pal airs. tiWtat in piaceo;
Jennie ilorpoy la the Flainucld Aranue
actooL
A Trustee said that the notion was per
sonal, and it itr. Itlchards waa goin to be
pers;naU he could make it aa hot as the
member from the s-erenth. The motion
wat ucsiumCQilr lost.
Trustee lime made a motion to put V .
Cowna ia tLe place ot M. Webeier in the
Md.jQ ATeaue school, but this xuotiou
wai lest.
Tha foilowinj report was then adopted,
eicef t the name of X. Jennins in the
Fountain titreeigHchool:
The Conxmitue cu Teachers ofer the
folio winj:
To tue UoaoraUa Board of Education ot
tha City of Grand Kaids: Uentleinen:
'oar Committee on Teachers respectlally
recommend the appointment ot the fol
lowing named teachera ijr the coming
school rear. The aalariee named are auo-
ject to tha rules adopted by the Board, and
all recommenuations ror appointment are
made anbject to tne rules of tne Board rela
tive to examinations:
Central Sohool W. A. Gres-n, Princi
pal; salary, $J,UO, Annaa M- Clark. Pre
ceptress. fl.0u; Carolyn Parnsh. Manon
llorslord, Catherine McArthur, M. a Orth
(German), Agnes K. Ginn (French). C W.
Carman, A. J. Volland, F.mma J. Cole, C.
U JJickinaon. Alice M. James, K. Chesebro,
Kate I). lrice, Ida C. Oodwin, N. Kogers,
11. M. Harrick, Sarah A. Reed.
South Division Street Helen L. Sauers,
Priucipal; Mary Blake, lla-y N. Owen.
Uxzie Walsh. C K. Chamberlain, A. E.
Bach. H. R. Hawler. Helen Clark. Abbie
Cheiiia, (ieorgia V. Miller, Nellie 11. Alkin,
Annie Walaa. O. C. Blake, Gertrude Strong,
J. F. CoSnberry, A. Turner. Cadet.
Fountain dtreeH. A. Lathrop, Prin
cipal; Carrie Moss, Jolia A. Wyckoff, E.
CreswelL Annie II. Kead. Came E. Burch,
Cora Gardenler, Alta Winchester, Kiltie
Plumb. Cadet.
Unloa I. W. Barnhart, Principal, salary
$1,(X, L Catlin. Preceptress, $750. M.
A Dubnufs, A. lucnaros, a. xx. .mi on,
Alice A. Parker, K. H. Brothers, P. L.
Hamilton, A. B. Rose, J. A. Emery, F. N.
Hydorn, C C Uraaae, Jauaie C Dickey,
Ets Ward.
North Dirislon 8treet M. E. Dwight,
Principal: 8rah RoyaL C. O. Kay, ML.
Biscomb. A. E. Lincoln, H. L. Mallard. F.
Bar km an, F. Strang. E. A. Mitchell,
Josephine Smith. Grace E. Kay, Cadet.
Wealthy Areaue M. II. Jennings, Prin
cipal; Rose Webster, Ada A. Davenport,
Beaa:e M. Carmon, W. beegmlller, Alice B.
Reed. Delia Wilde, Cadet.
Grandrille Avenue Emma Field, Prin
cipal; Eva F. Pierc. Mary Morrison. Hatlie
E. Conrad, Anna Carroll, Lillian Huat, C
I). Rourke. Brtka Stowall, Abby Field,
Erama Kline, Capiat.
Weat Lnard Street Nellie Post, Princi
pal; An.anda Stout, Carrie M. Oliver, C. A.
tanks. Ida M. Knettle. E. D. Staaier, Em
ma Taylor. Lidiaa E. Quealy, Georgia
Shear, Cidet.
North Ion'.a 8treet Mary Roche, Princi
pal; Hattie Fergnson, Clara Roop, Anna
ltts, Jeiflie Rich moid, A Hopkins, J.
Boivia, C. E. Ford, Elizabeth Maloney,
Cadet.
JefTVreon Street Josephine C. AhneWit,
Principal; Helen L. Dickey, Mary Ahne-
s'eldt. Marjarst 5trahan. Suaan Gordon,
Fannis Hes, Anna Esies, Clara Skinner,
EHth Miller. Jnlia ixran. Maude Bad.
Center Stret Belie M. Tower, Pnncip al;
Anna Adama. Cora M. R:g5S, E. Hitcbcock,
Jennie M. Millar, Jeasie Latftrop, C. M.
Rice, Carrie B. Jewett, Mary Bates, Cadet.
Fine Street Lacy EeUee, Principal; Bet
tine Orth. II. UTurner. Francea VaaBuren,
Taereia urxburg. Caist.
Henry Street F. E. P. Stephenson,
Principal; Uxzie R. Hanchet, Florence A.
Vt'eed, Georgia L. Orcutt, Edith Boynton,
Ca J-t.
Coit Avenue Nsncy Cam prell. Principal;
L. M. Kinney, Flora E. eeiand. A. L. Kin
ner. W. Rose, Cadet.
F-iai 1-eonard 8tret F. L. E. Doyle,
Principa., Steia Kromer, Joa;e Moriarty,
Ca let.
Turner Street E. C. Smith, Principal;
Mary Foiston, (onretta Berry, A. an
Burn, lyn I Carle, Hattie Swain. Agnes
Cornell, LjiUan Godfrer. Jara iUnaom. u
A. Ho'.ton, Ada D. Barnette, M. Dorsn,
Cade.
Flair. Meld Avenne M. E. Doyle. Trin
dial. M. A. Randolph, J. V. Pond, Frances
Blood. IJie Rhiae, Jnnie Mnrphy,
Mary Kromer, IJa M. Co!". uJ. Kromer,
Abhre Mrsn. Alice Finn. Calet.
ira'v'at Avnr.e Flora A. Crrmwell,
rr.c-ii.al, M. E. r,et?, h. Mary Eidred. A.
Bailee, l.!ilia Ihurscn, Mary Oar.
Amy ir?ach, Mattie Dole, Maude Sita
r.i in. a, CaJt.
S r.b Ionia Street IT. J. HonJ. Prln
rice!; Fli,rnre M. Greene. Eai.ly Sraith,
?:. a Everhsrt, C'sra AN ard. Cadet.
East l-ri.:i Stret 1 A. Pt, Pris
ci. !, I ihhi Araoid, II. 8. Sprn, Hattie
ti r'-h. Fl. J. K;nney, Cora J. 5teinr,
p (rvxirch. C it.
Seventh tret rrr.e Flank, PrtncipV;
Come'-ie Wilder. Ka e ?wsin. V. D. BaN3,
Wary l'don, Lay E. rtod iard, Fiora
Fjy th, l a.it.
Mad-tn Ann Hsttie PaiT, Prin
rsl. M. O. Tarslef, H. M. Our in-. M.
Webber. S. T.arawty, L Dar-, Ca'a-Ha
?'., th. r-;ie R-leT. Gmeiia Newwa,
N";.e 5' at.rr. Anise F.T.'ari, Cad-t.
M. eIlar-"'--1 Fl. 0 WtiitneT. r.nr adI
t. C Sbptri. rt-, ll,'1-. .-ylefe
.Md;!, drawisr. II.'-'1.: M. V. Cavar.ar t
wrt:-g. l.ro l-;rna Faiar.er, g'nri sip
r!y. t"'', B. VaTder'ld. tn r--rary su;--
f; ; pr'sar, vin emcl j'!, A. Mc-
II. H. PrarT, i.r R. A!'n. Jaane F'vlr,
. A.
r- rrri. H.
J F-.t-r,
.tre n TS.
l's ?: rh ea'int of nr".y $
rJ ra-d.
: 0 were
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M tt
fir th
th-
r w- 'j-.sa'e tj fnd a r
, 1 Srtrv.
, ar rt. aa c t
rrr-ner -t ;nt tS tes.;.bt
f:-d
w V, !, s'jort.
Fonr r sre in the Ft Ar-me
.Vjaoi bn:'dif w-e oierd rlired a? u
b ba-'d w-t i.
Te Ptard then ai;onr3d.
If yoa haew eanarrh, nw the enrt
iy Dt. 5aca a
J. 1T..wt. ST Mcurow-el has tha Isrgewt
et.k el trt--rs t ia the any.
!
- CCD C? ASAJLTO
Cits i Fmaa al in n kqr rxgwrA
Ut 1 Ut VmAif Kwfi .
"John K-oatra Laa writsaa statj-Coaar bocks,
e.r-1 t-a a&maal racKipas trctsi tha puULr
rach tCUl
tsixjmf Leu. her, thai snhena poea, la to have
a AuiAaJ I5,uu3, ud ImlIzImjc,
2iaig Miisxy inaI Miaows will y turn Urge
fv mt U lUll
Hah M-cCuoch, who was Linoclna. Jdjs
stu'a mad Arthur's aeoi-wtary 4 tb trmtmu-j,
b iU Ijcjl to U fiO, rwtit without
giiuaa, rcu axoand ha society, and ka at4
Mrs. McCuii ctirU-nted their uida wwd
alia; aiudrtsrw&ry roitly.
A veaenibia at so cf Msdn arI ex -cabinet
Kicidtcr ta WwhiUtTtoo Is 1'orateo Elinf;,
who m auu'X tw fndera The) 1'urt
Laki Argu' H' i trly T7 years ci agaw
IU tk a clrkhlp in tne pxtjic icart
cabt furty-cixj yara ago, and under
Euctuanan ha becaxue the cxdy pctrruLt;r
gtrtirsJ who workad his wayp from the d
fwrCmeataJ ranks. He la aull aurtlTe auciall,
sukd retains his erly f ooiueaa tvr the pea.
R.tTl a fi heock Is T, and Is sti3 quite a
weil known firure tn Wamjton strewaa,
He entered Consrtes forty-five years ag'o,
but hia las nutiio serrioa was rcxkLered aa
ininiater to Engl&ud, whea incidentally ha
rwnderd a Bttle private avrrlca loth apk
and eaer BriUhni In Lht way of lustruo-
tiaua tn the scletnce cf poker playtng. Ha
aays that he haa lately cored a tad caa of
B rights disease by drinking milk and attiln
almoatt nothing.
Justice WCHam Btrong, of the United
State supreme court, retired, is now 60 year
of agei Ha Is a tall, fine looking man who
does not appear to he mora than COL Hia
clean cut face rvaemhlea Gladstone's, thoxtgh
it U not so wrinkled. Justice Strong seems
to be as active as erer. He has his salary of
f 10,000 a year, and a good income betudea,
but he still Uscturea on cocstttationai law in
one of the Washington schools, and aomta-
timee girea profasional advice.
Jesse Lisle, of Cocke, Tcnn., Is 110 years
old and haa document to prore ih Ia boy
hood he worked on a farm. For forty-five
years he was a Baptist preacher and is now
farming again. He is hale and hearty, does
not wear spectacles and wont turn over hia
property to his children for fear they will
squander it. Lost winter he clo&red two acres
of virgin forest without assistance. He" aays
he remembers when his father came home
from the Revolutionary war, bis feet bleed
ing from a lucj tramp and almost famished
for food.
Dr. Yaw, th aocompliahcd physician of
the Chinese legation at Washington, is soon
to wed an American maiden who is described
aa "tin of the well known beauties and so
ciety leaders of the capital. Dr. Yow has
been a great social pet in Washington. He
is not haodsome, but may be called, without
exaggeration, picturesque Ho speaks excel'
lent F-ngMgry is an accomplished horseman
and can wteH a sword with skill and vigor.
He always wmrs a Chineee coauraa, Kky
blue tvnio, red tHk pantaleta and a pigtail
give him a luxuriously Oriental appearance.
It Is told that a few years ago, in a North-
sunptonshire village, Lord cpencer and Mr.
Gladstone were out v.-diking one Sunday
evening, when they heard sounds of singing
raining from an old barn. After seme hesi
tation they entered, and were so interested
that they stayed to the end of the aervicBc
The atrmoa on tciat oocafiJon waa preached by
a Methodist local brother, who we a poor.
hard worklnr. Industrious man, Service
coccruded, the right honorable gentlemen
bad a conversation with the preacher, and
csae of them to&i hia he had never heard the
Gospel preached so faithfully and so wall in
his life before.
Ppreaeoteclve ADava, of Massachusetts! Is
devoting a good deal of hia time ia Wash
ington to emateur photography. Recently
a poor widow in Lowed wrote to htm saying
that her hwtbacA, a prvvate la a xiasaaehu-
setts regiment, lay buried somewhere in the
National cemetery on Arlington HIU. She
has long wished to see his grave, bat has al
ways been too poor to make the Journey to
the capital. Mr. Allen thereupon sensed his
oamara, found the grave and made a clever
photograph of the spot. The Lowell widow
baa thus bnen enabled, to all practical pur
poses, to gare upon her hesbnad's resting
place. Once in a while amateur photography
redeems it If.
Mr. rinero, the London pray writer, pro
duces his draxvis after prolonged and labori
ous thought When he has settled the story
itself in hia mind be goes to work upon the
characters, building tbem up ia thought be
fore be attrww them to eay a word upon
paper. This process lasts sometimes for
weeks, and sometimes for months; but when
the dramatist at length site down to his desk.
the play ha alrondy a complete Imaginative
xiseace, from the rise to tbe fall of the cer
tain. Tha art ill writirr Mr. Pinero acconv
pfcshe aa a ml" wi -h xtraordlnary rapidity.
ecjurrly putt in. the pea frma b',3 haad until
ft ftnishod. The 1otutH of all his plays.
LcTds and Ownmons." was written tn le?s
than a fortnlarht. "The Mony Spinaer" he
wrote ia l' than a week and a day.
RJctATl Henry Stoddard, the venerable,
gray balrrd prt, whose aon tn the autumn
of life hare all the meJlow baty of his
ripened gnrus sa gsntle and generoua almost
so a fardt. Ha gn tbe even tenor f bis way
from day to day, and for one so far advanced
ta years be does aa extraordinary amount ot
literary work. When a young roan he met
the poet Poe and mbmJtted a poem for bis
prrusal The author of "The Raven hap
pened to be tn one of hia unfortunate moods
and roundly acrjed the young bare of willfal
and premelitated plariarinn. When he dis
covered his unjust aeruxatioa he sent for
Ptnddard, and fmxa that time they were
frifnda Mr. fitoddard is cransidered by scany
a severe critic, hut he save hia aim ta tn he
Jnt aI tell the truth. The chrono liter
ary' st, Uvat tome ont the aamby (Amby
borka rrr meet with any rrvgnltion frem
trn whatv"-. Cu cf hia tr.owt ardent a.1
rnrers is John Boyle GRUly, wbo nT?r
visits th oty w;tfc3t aarg r axliing abou
the ,arrs.T)d tr trcmb-nlr, aa he ceJia hizn.
.
InfiUry rilt.
Th appraisers report of th stock and
rfal esa;e of J. R. Traak. of Grsttss,
filed with tbe County Crk yetrday. Rel
estate. 11,' a a. stock and Mtares,
accc-aat. $70. 4-v, t;tal aats, 2
Lisbiiitie, (fVl V.. f ) it -.red by
rs ear- mortis. rivn to J. H. Marrn
and $V'711'J is McureI by a c;.ttl
iirn.
roYr.rr.-ra n-'-ii. j i. :s. R h . -
rtv1 t'i er r Mr trl Mra F a J. lrj e
r:i;-'i M ' v i-.:4. r.ra the Jr-.nre la
II v - ?. M.-.1 , . ! r- r'.
TilFS.V-. it-pj if--r, 7-
Fr r. ..--: '.
F :nM, '.-"n ta Aa M. t.rh ve& ;"s:.s af.er
n hi a c- .
ttrH-' f nrt RrS.
C:' " A rsr.a Mi.ik. f-kr tbt n, eM
va. Jrm.A3 i'af i. ?-. cn tr. c;
"i tr.ai. Th 0"irvNn vs. R.-.meT-e
j v--, d "ait .''-swa.i twr.ry ,itT t.i
!;. A -drew ft. II ra e au vv Jt.'.
I j" et:e,i i-i twrjrr
I f a- , A-.: bony M.na.i? adr. :i v
j r.- - n-, r-.
F F.ra f Wn. T. Ar, d-'-n,
' ..? -.-r : - ai-u ' - w-. ; t) p-r -e.
j r's' ' Cha: F ", c-dT
a.'m. 1 to pr. snt. Fa;e of .f
J R;spr-c t t al. mirw, tT art :-' s b--Ki
I Ia r. As.!;". (oira, an sdT-ed chi'd;
j order of ad.r-in end eaass rvf nana to
j N'.na ' a'." 3 E.saT. H'tat cf Je
I m:ah L s. dJ. will and rt;ti-n f"r
j p-ha-e ft t3 liM. aear'.sc Jm H.
j Faraae cf eaaac Filkjis, e5:; edaalnls
I tra tew's ftrst anauai sarin at sVeak.
t COURT GOSSIP.
Jfisrxca Ax star Yktx f T7aa tj
lerairg the vz.
Qvsjlx Caxisiiaa, f f aoa, haa a xtacia
fr'bejfcg jit4tcgrkwe with tr chuidrea-
Tas bJus wcxt u.to inaaraisf for In-
perer W;,'.;mT Uk9fch tt ia aatriyt
Tvrih cuatem. U
Tna prescct Friar Imperial cf Rusrta t
at atrvag ia toCy, anl trao of mfenUkl ia
c..eacv are ooeervtd to icxt La kku.
K:a KaXAsuta v gvJr ta aetUe down U
kri H,rk a&d bexx ave a cqZIv yJiA'jtr. He
cad tht thert i ure U it than in beiag a
A raorosat. te nke Tler Wilhala'a
birthday, March 22. a grt NaUecal hch
day ia Germany, ka a a cnihuai4Uclgf
ir-"!TeJl by the s.ple.
Taa Czar of Haaata is afik ted with recur
rent tu at ia sanity. He has to be adaeiy
watched to prevent hisx trvm injaxuig
either Liraieif or others.
Ersaoa Faxscis Joixra, of Austria, rev
ceutlr recivtd a presetit cf a haudred doa-
eaol various vheueeof bwtUcdales from an
EugUh brcwiag company.
Th Princes of V ales on two recent oc
casions has given aa xaple ia good man
ner to lte comers at concerts, feho waa
Lite oa these occasioas, and insisted upon
standing ia the corndor until the overture
was finished.
Kixo Rcmsbbt is far from striking ia hia
personal appearance. He looks much like a
pUin every-day man of honesty and dig-
uity. He is of medium bcigat, rather spare
ly built, of dark complexion, with a round
head and prominent features, and although
only In Lis forty-fourth year his hair is
quite gray.
Ex-Jcxix Isiartxa of Spain lives in
fine style ia Paris. Bhe has a beautiful ho
tel net far from the Champs Elysees, sur
rounded, as are most European houses, with
a high wall. Her income it $600,000 a year,
and still she U always in debt. It takes a
great deal of ready money to keep up tha
establishment of even an ex-Queen.
Tub Sultan has given a weU-kngwn pict
ure of Lord Nelson, which was in his pos
session, to the London National Gallery. In
lTtiS, after th battto of the Nile, Sclim IIL
seat Rome very rich gifts to Nelson, among
them bcin the CLeloagk, a diamond plume,
only given to victorious Mussulmans. Nel
son gave the portrait ia return, painted by
Guzzanli, of Palermo. v
Thx little King of Spain is a constant
source of disturbance in th royal palace at
Madrid. A few days ago he was lost for
hours and was finally found ta a cupboard.
Not long after he was takiag his midday re
past of bread and milk. Not liking the
iiavor of the milk ho suddenly seised the
dish and poured its contents over the nurse
vthor was feediag him. Then his Majesty
laughed in a mocking?, haughty way and ran
off to play with hia toys.
REAL ESTATE SALES.
This list is furnished by W. R. Bcrihner,
real estate dealer. 6fl"Pearl-st.l
Wttr F. Tata to AdfrtEhus'L. Peck. tt
lot2. tkS. Remington's add -.- I 610
Etr Van Louie n to VYm. Gould, w 36
ft lot .sj-aiid e 12 ft let f'4. Eaton's add.- 8S0
Allied iluut loJoha C. FHIgeraid, lot 10,
blk k forttr'a aid 3.C50
Roger V. hunteraeld to Atnt Jan ilaag-
enT. lota S and a. Uk 3D. bfcepard's add 4jO
Kdcrr L. richt U Jahn and Jele M.
I;aJa, lot 5. tlx S. CcmNtock's rial 1.K0
Mary J. Parser to Alton L. Barter.pc land
In iw cor ec 3rt, Algoma 1,009
Joaephln fctoddaxd to Townanip ot Fans,
vi a. In iw cor w L aw i of ieo 16.
Paris 118
Madiscn O. Heath to Franklsa a. - Heath
and wife, pc land oa sec 15, Sparta 1,200
Bar an . MUler to Mettle O. Dun ton, pt
a L of aa-c A Grand Bapida.... - f ,500
Ueniy Whitnsy to Wbo. Ueary Clara, se
hi ks hi of we 14, Kelson...., 806
Katharine TaDham to Amv Aan Plaer.
pc land on sec M, AJgom a. . . 2,000
Lita A. !fSshto deon Koaerts, trt lots 10
andlt, Naah'a 2d add, hparta . 250
Uarrtasre lleeases.
The following is a list of the marriage
licen&ea issued since last published, with
tne names, residence when outside the city)
and agea oi the parties:
Are.
BvronC. Paley, Alida L (pickles, Jackson Xi-21
William Monroe, Minnie M. Ilerce.... 63-40
J. II. Erayman. Sand Lake. Minnie L. Pler-
oa. I'Jeraon...-. - 29-22
Michael Cryeo, Alleean County, Kate Keliy.23-24
i rank beraian. Mary buiitn, Cedar Bpricgs.iio 'i4
J. Miner, 27 Monroe-et, is the exclusive
gent in this city for the fameut Dunlap
hat.
e
Itapabllcaaa to the Front.
The undersigned would respectfully call
a meeting of the Republican voters of
Grand Rapids and vicinity at the Circuit
Court rooms Tuesday evening, June 5, 18?8
at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of organizing
an "Alper Uub."
a E. Belknap. Fred S. Clark.
C. W. Watkins. C. W. Eaton.
R. M. Montgomery. Fred A. Maynard.
Samuel E. Wells. Cyrus E. Perkins.
W. J. Stuart. John Suitseler.
Thowss M. Peck. R. A. Msvnar.i.
Jobn Stekettee Fred W. Stevens.
E. S. Pierce. Eugene Jone.
Geo. O. Stekettee, G. N. DeGrarT.
P. V. Fox. Thomae Walsh.
Wm. Dunham. Robert Sproul.
Ezra T. Nalioa. J. W. Holcomb.
David Iankester. W. G. Herpolaheimer.
D. H. or. N. C. Cekell.
L. K. Bishop. J. W. Lang.
And 400 others.
Everything in the line of Fish an 4
OysUra at Dettenthaler s.
Go There bt all Mkim.
That is If you are looking for furniture or
anything in their line, for Crockett x Hop
pins, at 17 Canal-at., keep themselves well
supplied st all timee w th everything
handle! by f.rat-c;as furniture desler and
sell to the peopie at prices which are simply
astonishing becauae of their adrainunuve
neaa wben tbe quality of foods la taken into
consideration. jThe Welch Folding Ited
and Heaps Larth Clescta are siecialties
wits thia nrm and can be bad of none other
Call sod ?. them Ve fore pnrcasainc.
Tel-rbcn 11 for Dettentksler's Fish sad
Oyster Market, 117 Monroe-st.
Bas .i5s iv OR'jya.
1 Sl'V) F'ev fr PA,
I l I y for
1 $11 F.ey fr $75.
1 J Vaiy Citv t-r f.r
1 $K Valley City frr
1 ." ?raf:a American It t7
1 fin Smitb Anuria a for $k
1 $75 Kimball Ur $.
1 V' Nw F.neian for
1 Mo Peiontt 1 Ct. fr $ 4.
Tl organs are alrer,! new ar'J in a
firat clae coa Jirt-va. Tay ee tb lat
I'tlMcf v;a?trva ar.d all modern jo
provenifnta. For eat at
Jr.i.irs A.J. FpTrrrrH'.
M and '2 ( ar el-si.
Fr1 f. on the ran are t't sb st It
tat .r k
W rn l:r2 nrv tb Y ar 4
hr wr.-H trir'T v Kr '-tm
t f -9--a -; F,- r-' t ct. For sl a'
Tiav s Frng ?tor, 1 M?r-j--t ca reer
Ijirt cf a'l k'.n-la at re-'inTba'r'a.
Th 71oal rT3f --s cf th West
'?e an ( rn ?--w:al. T
eerj.g. J-: 5. a: fbir ha 1.
Tr -y A Iawton's. AH sr cordial .y
iav.e-i.
Hollos Citrar Store,
T7 f AX. VI. ajXf?KT!Tt
r-1 ir f f rT Wst ars.1
V. -", rs f-aa at . -yi-v ry tte aan a
ax ecia, -vf . fcHwa r-a? ' iLL fla"
n r ?
mm i
212 s3
Special Sale
SEE VHAT 11 CEITS WILL BUT
A IW.s P. 8. pA-otneter and 1 hermomeier . . T
A Cup, Ssawr and l'iit - var
An KUray Mnok:ng h-t xtc
A Mttai Pun Kox and InT 'Ac
A hpieudld AI'julu 2c
A(enu!t.e RKbter HariaonUa .
A HauilHfn.e Maulcura et ic
A f!vl'udid VuH aiid til!ar liox c
All Ktrvtof KilTer-ollt Je-lry 'Ji-c
A Mivrr alt aal l'ejir. -r jir
A ery large arrtmt-ui of r us Z'c
A large ar.ety of l'Curaied ata .. 2 c
A lsatn;r alaud tia 'JTe
A Colored !)a Quart Pitcher.... . lc
A htrg variety of Oolortd Glaa Celery
Ho'd;ra - 2 c
A variety of ("olorfd iia.a Huttcr Bb-ht.... isc
An eieKknt 1'ockt-t Cxk tiove '.V
An Oiirw Wool bump l'oi.... 26c
Kbonied Woid I'oailnofS, jr act.. . z'c
I eattu-r Ciar Car Vic
Plush iwl-r CavHi and Cut Glaea Bottles t&c
Fine Metallic llair fcruhbea 10, 15 and 2jc
J-crtp lltKikt. 10, IS, JU and 2'c
hdver plated Naj kin Jtingf... 1S,2 and 2c
Pockt-t Knivea ...... 15 to 'c
A full line of Cabinet Iraines. Z
li!s k Walnut Brackets Zc
i'laymg tarda 5, 10 lb. -j and c
A (.araeu Kake, frpadeand He, ail lor 'l'-c
A Genuine Sail IVat 10 to 2Sc
rneckers, all b a jt.es ..5,10 15, It) and 2'c
Fhaving Lruitit-s 10 to ."c
Iios t)nim 10 to ic
C&il lit-lN 5, 10, 15, 20 and JV
Indies' hewing 8ciers .....lu to 25
Iron Hraoketa and liird Cage Hfioka .... 6c
See our t'abinet Mats Frame for ftc
LarOkt aiiOs of Tea Traya IS and CSc
Comb Cases........ , ,, 5 to "-";
Unc-a-trac luaier, only.... 2rJ
Fhawl Sirarasonly.. 10, 15 and 2rc
Large afS jrtmeat ot Curling Iroiis
Barx Lnctern. yrkh tnrte colors of glaas,
J " '
And many other ar-
ticles too numerous
to mention, all at as
equal bargains.
HEYN'S
BAZAAR,
48 Monroe-st'
I 47.V C ' ' lv:i " '
W II. CiriswoM, 31. I).
0"r." at) 1 rrV-Tir in t' e v'on l-k. rert
to 'r I!otL f-c-rn c v arM f.-'rr. p to 12 i
in . frtn lV4n 1 f-'m t-. ' p.. m. at n.r d
( -n I v-.Ji.ar j t , :rm vo 1 a. rn. an.i
4 to 6 p rn .
Medical and Surpieal Diteaiet of
Ch.lcJren SoHcted.
Telt;?.oie t'',.
CASAZZA'S
Progressive Fruit Store,
rerl-. T)j vt 571.
a;, lav' f-: r.--.,;.; r i.ui
D.IlMMM'rr WELCH,
I'rfsrtlfv Limited.
Koee, lhro3t. Eve and Ear.
AijrTicr'5 Sal p.
a- -!.
; :'-.. t . a r -. r "1 'r 1 - r a? t f f-...,
i . - - jr; i - ' .r '
i a I'-.r -. . t'r-" V " " -' t tr. ;i
j i- -m n it '-tt " ' -aril t- 'i h ri
j a. :e- r.a " - r -
J t t rr. ' ' x - v 1 t j tr - f
J rrti L a-; .,-p- X I .-.-,',
r!-. f r-r' N-ai'. rt.; t.r,a
iw 7--.-vf t- a-r. f-rr a ,rrsv
, v l-ai '-. i rt ar r'.- Ft!
I '' '-1 far- 1 iM ',J ia r'', of
j t CSty erk f '-r-as 1 rer.-, eef ; ;i i 5.
iw-wr i riaaaf, ar rree
fceJaaeV Caraaaa -aava, X. May 2k
fVZZ:Z2Z2Z Ui4il .c HTia
Thafs T?hat wo are after. Get the Stock
The Style. The Prices,
Bo reminded that it will pay you to buy of
Jhe Patter
54 MONROE-ST.
1-2 Off-One Half I-1-2I
Another HALF-OFF Sale
E. P. KIDJM
This Time
JACKETS and RAGLANS
Goat just Half Prico to Close.
Don't Miss This Bargain
If you need a light weight
Spring
E. P. KIDDER & CO.
Bargains in elct Wraps and Mohair Newmarket.
For the Latest Styles and Lowest Prices in
fall Papers, Room Moulding & Decorations
GO
A. H. Fowle, 37 Ionia-St.,
South of Monroe.
Go there for Wedding and Anniversary Presents. Go there
for Novelties in Framing. For Re-guilding go there.
CHANGED DAILY.
A Tcted Iceir-t froa or
New Cook Book, Price Sx.oo,
(Or glTen swey with each t5.W fe dj:
JELLY CAKE.
Two ejres, 1 cur r- gar, ' cur Gutter, rr'
a-ar-rt milk. 'j ta roon In mSlk. 1 learOLi
cretra of tar .r. In four enoufli t make t?e
i-'.'.e aa thick aa a g'.l tattr. 1 teaspoon t a
toriiig exlraxt-
Ba.se 13alls
AND
It A T S
f all Klrxl In rmr
TOY MTARTMEVT,
(Fcmrth ri r )
HEBE IA CUT
or ova a
1 Gc Salts and Peppw.
TbT ar-tinted aril band
e'ecwreu d. r ry it' .a.
)ne tt. Cot,
J LV,fj to ft ihr
, , J -j'S.ra r.f ITiaja,
Vv;AUr toC-ryatalgJaaa.
33 CENTS.
LOOK OVER ( K P.AK'.ATU OOT 5TEII,
(I ir n fr )
rrv3rJ Ja"a Jt. ra'.i FVrarlt, r
"ram !1-fhra . ,1t j aa I
' t end ;"ers.Jw jWa--r iui'ea 2V-
f'-.ivt I .tbe V j !' I-ba 1 r
Ire (raws h-u ret ?r. f.'ti r. s
) c, J 1 -
II. Leonard's Sods fi Go,
29 and 31 Monroc-st.
k Aa. w.
Physician - and - Snrron,
E1 Wciast st,, (sm Iim.)
URa;!, RArfI'. 3H4 HICAX.
"i T-a- f- i , Irr-u. iaM F1a5 lrr-ew )
ttfUHr: I err. Tkrst, Bnli
sl ln'sasef Ptfc Si
fT-.'at h-.4.eaa.m
Scree cs.
A. S. VhitD, CO
Wji
H fl 1 1 S F Tfl HF
I I -Vaf w w km
and furnisher.
AT
All Our Wool
outile garment either for
or Fall.
TO
a 12-BOOM HOUtt Of tew cotr.
Tb f.'r !:. Jl j -"( j. 1 i.a koi rrt
(?r viiTr.t i r.f ti, lct, fctil tf
m oTii rn: iXArnn'L uvhi'm.
Jn Mx-p!-! s lat.f-at i'rp rf!ri 12
larg j V, vfr 'a K r.njj"j to afa
M -iH, j-'t-Til, o r" 'r f fta
(aiAff-a cr a. Mart AU1- K w, f miu,
Aa'-etrtf-T. 1 arv4T. rYwL
t4a tLia i.j,rj t
GREENHOUSES
f. .A, Ghapman,
Till: FLORIST,
Anonnfs tbst te is 1eri.jtg t.'ia ent:' at
ter.tion to Lie tireen Hons, crner
ffladison-ave. and Cravvford-tt
C'ld frir)-1 wiM alwera fmd hirn tke
with H1'T n.AfiS fluCk. w
w ill le waif on 4.
Tes-hoi No. T0-L
"get yotxr"
Garpets Cleaned
AND REPAIREH3
rr t f-ran? F;i "iar'. f'errH f!iee'ef
aa'e-r ai 4: a l ar tt -jta f4 a
f4 ea rw i'iO -1 t ia."! if; -t
?-' f ? ar tiaetiDg cr.e'.aiae
jb tM (Uy. 7ij ntj?
S. Ia. ALLEN, U?tt.
T. Ts-Vi V. Cataest ia a- toager tj4
SKI US t"Tk.
HORSES.
rsmDy, Drivipg W ork Vv t?i
f-a. . Jl (t:artrWl 4 e-i. Ilcraee
Im.rji at Kataa J!n.
Kalamazoo Baj
OT'ar Oaka er f v a'nr Ptr!,
C. I). KIKi:ie I'rojirJetor
T
I
Cttana.
&co.
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