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THE TKLEGILIM HEBALD, WEDNESDAY HORNING, 8EPTEIIDEH D, tZZL
PIXCHED IS A CORSE! 11m Firra of 8. V. Whi; Fcrcud to Stupud- LH2iLIIIlS AECU S2:O00,0CO. a Altiuit to t uritr th Cor Mrht CaM-feti tl l)iu Whu hrt ksj NifTou, Spt. S. V. White JL Cj., bAcker- an: 4 broker t : Wall lrU bte Uit a-i &j:a';iLUc-ut. 'fa.r Litil ;:!: e-,i;iua":.?4 &t ?', OuJ.Ovi, u4 vhue it i iaipoaibi at prc!rut to gie the aruouut of t'r.a .-at th firm's riad d?eUre that the creditor will Io-kj notblx.. Th cu of tt.s trjuLlj la d !ir?d to be th disAAtruu.'i failure of aj atUriaj t to voruer September corn. A aattr cf fact, the trm wa lon, Oil ll,v-H).kA) buibe?! of Sptiii b;r cora whicu ChLi o or re tort pulLsd d-wa from tfs', to ti c;nt in tea d-tys. Char'.e W. Gould, the liwTtr, is a.vinee. 1 aad tkero are bo prefri:tvs. Th tory went that therr vfu another tiria Lfliad op and that S. V. White Jb Co. were earryiu j oiii of it r-aoor. Thi. : howefer, was der'ed ly ti r;n in lurtvoa. Th excitement is inten?tf and the wildest sort of rumor arc dy ir. thick and fast. Th aanonncruient of the failure wu mvU in Caioau siinultaat'ously ; with th anuouncenaent here. The nfinWrt of ih New York hone are S. V. Whit and Franklin W. Hopkins. ; The Chicago branch consist of S. V. WhiU, V. W. lipkin. A. W. Allen1 and Arthur White. The flrra'a corn j C4.)utr ha ra mostly In Chicago j Not ine the Hario complications lat NoTember fca Wall street ex peri- eneed ucb a wnsatioo. I'andemoniau regard on the stock exchange aa aoon aa the president's vel fell for the t openuij f buint-&a. The floor waa j crowded to sUiTocatioQ and the eapre- aion upon the faces of a majority of the t L4 aiafe4 the 3rt tau a c.'S.si ir- j atje aai-eac gtivi; a4, fu.r nii, wfc:eaer L f -ayed, c it tax; litaidv j by aaU'.siac tLt tua iiuU retv?il j ta a .;ucl L-Lsr d-rce of iaUrlli- j feu: tijut Ij. eirv,:. iat CixtJUt ; i'uKiu w eua a;",a tii6 tLvjr 0.1 j luis.iil tx'i. but to vf ji i-T wL4 aa EAita ou.d ia 1 xv a jtwa per :-i t-i j tAia IlUrtS S'l llieli t- U.- J chAi.it.i Lu.r:ii Tti-. y n.r U-eu j Mjtnj; to thniavU-. it is i-to;ah.iiij j Ch.tt, if th ujaa i rc:ly to f.-ud of ui--ic t- griud tui bx fjf ho;ir4 toethf'r, te dw- t...--t np'ud j r'.i-ja .- hi leisure ia kw.rui'i d.vcui iii.-tru-Uica'., SUt h a tltii . or t;a ti I'retuh t ora. " Aa .! t Mi?y ;m Jjf he a i -eared t: k" Rp-j- h.- a upa a ui uta! phrui-?!'"' 0 0 U -UiT'f m o I J v 3 H 3. A khu fur Muu Vitiiir A; pr r - I'l-ii. The Euaku - of tluh:c p -t:w on one Eegatiia r.I.t ha. b.-.-u t iu.tiee-l by j'hot. grapU'T' f-,r tH-iae tifu.v'. H hi . Wen apicl f i.-.t thoy wotv raa.'e by tt.-inj; r.-dr-.-ti"U- fro: a ta'rrv..' to d-.bK the objovt to Ixj pr.to.;raol-i. Doable may la made that way, lilt the reuvo tiou ou the fthvay t'.i i.v. wlula the- fifrire ai-e invariably uiat.'rtoJ. The rno'St txunnou way i f makiu ao-ce-d ul duu'lo is to esUMid tho re..ch of the lena ith a KiaAil U x of lh Sami : d.pth of the fvxhl dfi la of "the ion, Th in.U'e of the lox slioiild to smooth aii.l blackened a dead b'.uek, . event it appearai.ee ia tlit? p:-rl .. e. The ' froat of t'.ie Uu Is then divided equally y two su.iil duoraor daps. In niakii : tLe exposuro open oiio Ha?1, dra.v tho alide from your plateholdsr und exp:e the plate. Then replace the slide, close the door that wa o;x;n, let th j.xroa Wuiif photographed chu,a po&ition, open the door tliat wa clo'ievl on tho rt exposure, leaTinj the other one closed, fociw the object, draw the slide again and expose tho plate aain., and you hare tho same person in two difTer ent attitudes in the same c?jative, without any line of demarcation bhow Ing in the background. Capt. John N. Riker, th subjct of the illustration, gws further than mak inj? double. He rrmke triples, quad- trader naa one of anxious expecta-j ruplea or any number wanted, in the t.ou. The market opened fererish. owinjj to the mmor on the street after j the ehe of business last evening that a ' big house waa in trouble and unable j to meet its contract. The ' suspense was at it height when j the chairman called the room 1 to order anl announced that S. V. j White & Co. had made an assignment. ! Wall street received the news ol j the failure with the utmost astonil-; meot. The house has been looked upon i at very solid on?. Moreover, J the "deacon" wa a bull on stocks. The bulla have been having things their own war for some time past liut when it became known that the failure was dne to the drop in corn the street was able to understand it. For tome two months past reports and rumors have been rife in the grain markets, both here and in Chicago, of the formation and operation of a pow erful clique of bull operators who had combined to put up corn prices and to corner that cereal as far as possible. S. V. White was said to be at the head of the clique or pool, and it was rumored that several other prom inent Wall street men were in it. I. D. Armour ami other well-known. Chica go men were alleged to be short heavily of corn. The small stocks of corn at the principal re ceiving points in the United titatea favored the eiique. They also took good care to point out that, though the company's crop promised to lo an enormous one, it hadn't been harvested, and so it could not all be most grotesque and ghastly forms, on one plate. Uia system of making doable on the same plate is more com plicated than the one described. It is done by placing a kit or shutter over the plate in the hoMer and exposing a part at a timo. The kit is hinged in aeotions, the upper corners opening like little doors on the side. The decapitated heads are taken by opening the doors and jui,t exposing th'S part of plate di rectly behind, on which the head had eem f.vrused. After these erposnres have been nr.o. the doors are closed and the sub-vet U focused with out stretched har..U. After proper focusing th kit, except t'ca upper comers, i drawn awar acd a full exposure mach' safe before the er.d of September or i givieg the rtult ns it appears in tho the beginning ol Octoher. Just j illustration. A few days ago C;?-pt. about a month ago the clique j was at the height of its power, j On Aug-ust 'il last, on the prodnce j exchange, the August option for corn J sold at 79e per bushel, the September j Riker walked Luto the housa and tossed an envelop- into Mrs. Rilcer's hands On opening it h-j found a picture of Lis headless body standing upright with arras outstretched and in each hand a at TiXc nd tha Octoberat 73J'a Since) platter on which lay a ghastly head his own. Capt. Riker said that while he had knoTn for many years thQ secret of makintg the pictures, he now desired to slow simply what really is behind tho making of alle.red frrmok nnd spirit pic tures. Tlse secret of making the pic tures has been known for many years also by Trof. George R. Cromwelt, who recently d-divered a lecture before the Society of Amateur l'hotogrnhc.rs of New York, and revealed his method of making doubles. IYobablr the most beautiful dAil.li picture ever made aro tluwe by Mr. Steinmctz, of Rrooklyn, who has carried the art to a wonderful perfection. N. Y. Sun. then there ha been a big slump, Monday there were no sales on the ex ehai.ge of .September com. but its bid price wa Mc, and Octoler' high est price waa 5itli- Th senior member of the house, who is know u as the "deacon, is one of the best-k:;o,vn bulls in the market, and bis downf.WI is dne to ai attempt to bear stocks at the same time that he was bulling corn. It is believed that the liabilities of j the Arm are in the neightorhx.d of j 0 l,0O-X The assets are not known, j but a member of the firm is authority ' f"r the statement that all ci editors will i be raid ia fulL The new o! the failure caused a flnrry on the prouce exchange. Oc-tob-r corn, which closed Monday at !rJt' dropped Immediately to fiT'c Tie depression, however, was only tenf"ra"y aud the market noon beiran to railv. Various opinion were hehl a4 to the effect of the failure. It wa not generally thought that it would pormauentiy unf tile price. ONE MASS of SCALES' AFFLICTED 3 YCAR3 DY DREADFUL fcKIN AND BLOOD OI0E ASE, WITH IN TENSE PAIN AND LOSS OF HAIfT. All Other RerrJi Fail. RllcJ In tlaot'y nl C'jrrd In Four Weeks by th Cuticura .iepi. I)ii.a. Tex.. ISrpt. 23. The fair arround stables, contaiain? 320 utills nA ix. -n.v! Ktr Ini .,.r l.i.rr.l ' I ttve a f-w wort f sv rfsr!tp2 thft Cr- , J ,7 . , tic i-ir mm. i h i ha v ir"l ri In f nr AJoni.r --ruo;t. a ie unfrn inu iii t . ir--Ma in ..i d Mi.d.I ii .4- aab-e bor ul oner lost no t;m ia i -f 1 1 ("" '.-f t r-j sear. M (f-ttirsf out tie wx. 1 .ie ir com- 7,fcr,t r rrKi.. ., tr 0T in M'f munU'itel to the large barns of IL i Ir r. ti ii'i n v fv- ;, on m ti I "i I !-.. t irin t-r t i'.t K. SaaN-'-a, which, together with ' twelve fine hors that wre in th I v ' I b o a stable. wrr9 burftei. balw.rn's lo i et? mated at ?.0OO. Th-re wfre Tn hor? besides those of Mr. f?anbra' lost in the flam4, in c!,tn.ig the cflebraled trotting hore Weiks. y ht I mlt rnnmH t(rj,.. I.omk.m. iimr,, i.The Fall Mali Geit rai arVi ! jn Halfnaeeda entitled "Di.-tat r(M.tot Dst," whkh coir, pores rai.naer.la with Charles Stewart i'arneti. the snggstion v '.ent' i Wing tSiat th latter could do io bter tftsi in'?t the frtner. TS ftlf f fml to Rtlr. Vit-A, Sepl tt. It I stated that tb k'ng of Koumsnf, upet by the q':en" ii,a anl onrt intrgies. hs Imf rtd to the EoaTrsar.isn premier avl rtther his iesir to aMicate th M vl-tl t lrft. ?oit the iatl!iirn e Sii .i ; t;e ft t vry oimr- tn N'" e"-: a ;ry ef the mokl tt iif t llt.el. 'tr,-'tsvSnt ut lie ' --ivr" ii43r:t ta IiiSft l.vittfirk err1;-,-s f Bfiuof wa.1 ia e 1. ffrt, aja Sinmo:in, fuu.i t I.-. r.!j,t lir? i viia IN mot. frtjoi a Oi,.i a! bo. L-(uf f-et.iC .) :i i.ir r'.fi!'. Un.ni , 1-1 o h!r. I J.v t l4evr? n r'H-ly tf!f wii rfctir.no'n l'"1 r m. i.nr if wsi .it i sal tin rvi t!!s .. .-f.n of f ur .'i!!-ou-s Jl'Mv tie. I .. -I a tct t rve t.m s tr:.ii. 'id flr ip I .t n s in ot nt ,rt rf iff r. la -w i i r J J Hi! t ii., ,j evrl. ami i in ''Mntf lM-'f Wiiat tLV f'J i t O-r f. bl 1 ,t f ?r.i Kt lif ;r" ,if i o t, is w f;v- (:n oi ( .o t? i nv. U nt. I r.i r CoiHu- rI 1.1 t - :v.y . !iM .i KKP. . r-n'ji 'i, ) a., i iw- I;l ('ull(ur;t KfiiuMlics j Fff-et it 'tv mw tost 'v.r of hr.rvr n i ! s. 11 t th l '. m I 1 1 1 hi ft s.l otr r-li' e rn'l !. I u-lfiri, thrt Mi ur s l A 1 11 I I: V P. n n jm ! lt Sfi p iril"1 toi l !in(l,1r, irri',MV. f I 1 1 I P Hi -LV V. N f . f i 1 ix1 t iirS t't t retit f Itnniftr r.-'fl . i r . r-k,lv.rtir- rv of n t, iiiff, ''S'V. Itwp'f ' 4 hitilit i'-s .( fh ilr, '(! 1-i"1!. from inUd'T t' e fr.-m l rap ri'ii ;. 1j -m t?i .it p)fiMrt i-( i rhr rv'ttj ?ti. e1 tT'f wl.er. I'n- -.1. rti ' e, ",. : Korn wy. i . l'rrvM 1 yt? rTK'4 f, t I. -'t.mf!u. r..;n. e 1' ' Ut-m t' if il n Ihohi." M pf -, -iofr ifis, sa4 !' t dnianl . ki- i 4 . ftt, r"ati e'.t IT? I..-t . OLD FOLKG PAIN3. K-.'! . rt r.-;- f .1 1 1 ?(rt -. n i -n,- ''f f 4 1 i 4 I h ' ' f. I t'm.l.f. u '' SiOt ; f F0- .ilrv r-e;hr(ii4 t iat' f. Sew, . sa i l.4';u'!- r-Hte --af Hn itM Ikn fi 1 1 GENERAL PUBLIC "WITH THT3 0 ; II CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS :: Tomoi row Morning tho TOWER Gives its Bargain Troo U f -' Auutlior slia'io and down will conn tin fruit for tho public fjood. Hudson's Crand Kmporluiu I fairly stacked yj Vf witli t.io ten rouiln voii need Just at this season. Cumo in and gut) our oliare of our oiferin.s. Take k Sto-Boj Your Clothing of Some Reliable One-Price Establishment. , t rv cvth'fwat tl-H TOWKU yoa take it borne and conclude you have made a por tdertion. return them, your moacy is lefuud, d. V:u a vn ,...'. :i . o.-'iowin hvtid th v U to w.ar wll (tnd such thiu oetiuu' occur), the TOWfiiJ nevt-r fa.uto rciuitMryuu by u h juar- I-j oral le an j ,'r'lt :iilowiicr.' Wheo you patronize th 'lOWKllyou iy the a.e pace your nehbur Joea. NK 1'UICH TO ALL. ' P ' 1 M OXn riH: TO AUlumr rnaltnihl Kulc. Visit fake i stores if you must; keep your hand on y mr nockei-hookH! t oine to tho TOW Kit; we iiiinuiu-w iumniuaiu uuj arineut mat can d ntiuni eist-- t fr .. .. 4.. 41. I. Illfll v.iili, til u iiiiiir i uv iij- .."-.-v , , . . t a avinr t thp buyer, or money reiuuueu. hin LIEN'S SUITS, 3I!-:.VS OVEKCOATS, wo have some special drives this week See our KEKSEV OVEKCOAT.SI i tt ja) mrv m-i-iw n t-l Hudson's Tower Clothing Company. -j- -" j - '"'11 r -f ilt " IT MISFIT MISFIT MLS1TT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MIsFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT ; J MISFIT t i MISFIT MISFIT Mir? FIT MISFIT a MISFIT ''j MISFIT t :i J MISFIT 'j ;i MISFIT MISFIT Solid, Stubborn FACTS i 'fi MISFIT ' I 1 MISFIT MISFIT 1 3 I 1 MISFIT j 1 misfit! f. MISFIT T!t2t the Mediant Tailors, as a genera' ru!?, never make up anthin but of good msteria!, and by piirorizlnj the MERCHANT TAILORS' MISFIT CLOTi iNG PARLORS ycj are sure cf reoing a gt.nn:nt that will give yo'J entire satisfaction, and. &hove all, save you at Lmt 50 PER CENT. sen on whit ycu would hive to pay for ordinary ready made clothing. IT IS A FACT . That the Merchant Tailors' Mifit Clothing Parlors pure-bat nil thnr Misfit and Uncalled for Garment from tho Finest Merchant Tailors - in the land for Ivn than one-half ot the -original nioasurod price, thereby eniiMins " to sell them for at least GO per cent, less than what they were mado for. IT IS A FACT r Tbit i h it won't litcae man will bo a perfect fit for another, and in tho thousand of Suits, Over coats, Coats and Vests and Pants that the MiHt Clothing Parlor s'.io,w you can find not only your lit, but many new styles and patterns not ob tainable elsewhere. IT IS A FACT That we can clothe roti in better style, better made clothing, and at lower prices than you pay the cheap ready-madfi cththing dealers. There fore, why buy cheap factory-made clothing? i MISFIT; : MISFIT i 4 i MISFIT Vi MISFIT i MISFIT 1 Jl MISFIT I i a MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT i MISFIT YOU HAVE ALL TO GAIN AND NOfllINO TO LOSE BY PATRONIZING The Merchant Tailors . MISFIT CLOIllli PARLORS, 43 Monroa St., Grand Ilapids, 3Iich, OUll PIIICE LIST AS A GUIDE. SUITS! SUITS! SUITS! A $w Cutom-niadc Suit for $25.00 A Cuiioni-niade tSuit for 22..V0 A S") CuMom-nuide tsuit for "1.00 A f.Vj Cutom-m.ide Suit for 2J.00 A irH ('u.-tom-inade Suit for 18.00 A c ! ) Custoin-niade Suit for 1G.00 A $.".-" Custom-made Suit for A t3'i Ci.nom-made Suit for 12.00 A Custom-made Suit ltr 10.00 A Ciutom-made Suit fcr 7.00 SPRING OVERCOATS.. A $r-'5 Cutom-made Overcoat for... $2-r.00 A Custom-made Overcoat for 22.00 A r "" Ciut un-m.ide Ove rcoat for 21.00 A 0 Cutom-made Overcoat for 20.00 A io Custom-made Overcoat for 18 0 A r V) Cu-tom-niAile Overcoat for K..00 A Cmtni-niade Overcoat for l.'.oO A '.' Cuto.n-iratie Overcoat for 12.00 A 2" Custom. made Overcoat for 10.00 A ?2i CjBt .m-maUe Overcoat for 7.5i PANTS ! PANTS! PANTS! An $1S Pair of Cu-tom-mnd? Pant for- A Pair of Cutom-ma le Pants for 7.00 A fl't Pair of Cu-'.om-mud? Pants for 6.00 A elO Pair of Cudom-madc Pants for 4.00 An f S Pair of Cu-tom-made iUnH for n.00 A 7 P ur of Cu!oiii-iuat!e Pants for 2..f0 A i'' 1'iir of Custom-made Pants for 1.75 All ! ation to improvu a lit made Free cf Charpe and nil floods Warranted as Represented nr Money K lur.ded. All goods sold by us kept in iepir for one year free. rrmiEss suits to rent. MERCHANT TAILORS' MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, No. 43 Monrce-tt., Grand Rapids. N P. S'oreepn Wedneiday Evening nntd 10. r-turd ijs H p. m. misfit misfit misfit misfit misfit misfit misfit m1fit misfit misfit misfit misfit n MISFIT j MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT li MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT Mrs. H. I.. I.OVHJOY, teacher of Hanjo, Harp, 102 U 72 H)vee-tt. to ream 9 md 10. TM C.h?fU cer Wefs'i. NOTICE! Oar Stock of Clothing is now complete. Carefully note our folloti -in- I'ric? List. SUIT L.IST,. (lood Working Suit, Good Mechanic Suits Good Dress Sust? Sawyep?, in Frock ami Sack Suits Domestic Corkscrew Suits Enelish Corkscrew Suits Imp"rted Clay Worft.! Suits worth $ 7 o0 for ...worth 1 00 for worth worth -worth .worth ....-worth l" l) for I'j ID for 12 UJ for 14 0-) for 10 ) for 2 OJ for I : C ) 7 0 M i) 11 !- 1 ) Ol 13 f.-'i 2 i 0J Imported, Clay Worted Prince Altert Suits. ..werth Ar.d many more too numerous to mention. OVERCOAT 13 1 : 1A 1 1T3X EXT. We wish to call your attention to this department, which contains 6ome rare bargains. Roys and Children's Suds in endless varieties. hat dkiart3ii:nt. We hare all the leading styles in Stiif and Soft Hats for Fall Trade. FURMSIIIXa GOODS liIIT. We have just received a iare invoice of Heavyweight Underwear which we havt? placed on the market at a price that can rot be met by our competitors. It will pay you to inspect our stock before you purchase elsewhere. B. ALLEN'S LION CL0THIXG HOUSE, Formerly Lion Hat Store. 26 Canal and 39 Lyon-st. N. B. Strictly On Price. REMOVAL ! Dr.L.F.OWEN.l)en(Ut. Has removed to The Gilbert RI ck, OVER MORSE'S STORE. Services tendered In oil tranches of !entestry. Office honis from S a. m. to b p. n. ter hours by appointment. i-Xc telcrhoueP. Ketone t;.hon-3:-4 Tuk r'T'1tor. SPECIAL REDUCTION On account of the Great Rush at our House this week an additional u PSP M i M Pi ' E.E3DTJOTI03ST Will be Allowed on AH Purchases. Read these Prices snven and reinemler the Extra 5 OFF, Bring this add with )ou as it entitles you to tho 5 percent, reduction, at Hi EHRMAU'S GREAT SHOE HOUSE, iu caxal stki:i;t. Th I rr;rt Rf td Sh,-v r.i: in th St-iJ of V : h:cin.