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THE TELEGEAII HERALD, SATCRDAT'SOftSEffe, OCTOBER 8, 159L
3 Mill IS TEtSTlCKS Heavy Loss of th Farmer In North Dakota. THEIR CROPS ARE COUC TO WASTE 4ir.t rtete f GraU Riaa Tfcrzb Their IaiiUy i Itcur Thf& 12 M.cKia tad Help JantVrbtr. K. IX, Oct 1 All over (forth Dakota there L disappointment , to-tiaj. TLe bt crop are Iin in the field about as they were toaaed from taa binders, Kaia ha been pouring teadilj oa tb unprotected erop all tibt and all day. It h a drixalj, wet raia that auake everything' aad givee no premise of abatement. Forty-five cr fifty miltluaa busaele of wheat are out la the wet shocks, amd there U gio iolliar wbea tk'er will to thrashed. Fever la the hUtory of the stale Baa tae crop bee a mo large, aad never waa its ae curity so Jeopardised aa sow. It ha4 bee a rwiaiajr more or leas for a week past Bat oue fall day's thrash ing has been doae la seven days and the prospects now are for several day more of enforced idleness. There has been little stacking dona anywhere. The crop seems to have been too big for farmers to touch, except to wait to put it through the separator as soon as polbIe. Machine owners are behind from ten days to a month in their dates. The price for thrashing Is advancing and from the uaasl rata here oi II cents a bushel it has gone np to-IS cents in the Red River valley. Out fit a are making from $50 to 1150 a day and not half enough machines can be had. Railroads are offering reduced rates and free transportation to men with thrashing outfits. There is also reat fear of the wheat sprouting be fore it cm dry. Even with the greatest k1 luck there will be a large amount of wheat land in North Dakota not reaJy for next year's crop. Spring plowing in thi country is of l.ttle ue. The ground must be plowed in the fall The outlook in thU respect Is very bad, and will result in a decreased acreage next year with lout an extraordinarily open winter. Tha winter generally clones in from tLeTth to the 10th 'of November, and ground freezes too stiff to plow. There are now scarcely thirty days in which to thrash the big crop now unprotected on farms and to do the full plowing. Snow will andoubiedly cover the shocks of grain in many wheatfields of the state before the wheat can be thrashed. The scarcity of good stackers and farm help la given as one reason for not stacking, bat the troth is farmers have been trusting to good weather, promises of thrashers and good luck, and have but little in clination to pat their grain in stacks. ' AH seem to be anxious to get a few dollars now. The greater benefits of the future are left to take eare of them selves. The wheat receipts will dimin ish perceptibly owing to delays in thrashing. It Is Indeed a serious con dition that eon fronts the people, and a vst amount of wealth lies on the open prairies exposed to the greatest loss and deterioration. DEATH OF HARVEY WATTERSON. The rather of the Editor of the Loula vUle Coarlr-JarnT Kaplrea. ! Louisville, Ky., Oct 2. Harvey Vatterson. father of the editor of the Couri e r-J onr cal, died a t 10:80 o'clock Thursday night at the home of his son in this city. He had been Kick three JJ fit'; tMr- Wstterson rj ws ixra in uea- JS Iora county. Tena y? November S3, isil. In 1X he succeed ed James K. Polk in the Twenty. ivP. , "S.ftr PA B VET WinEU.W5. sixth congress, sad was the only surviving mmbr of thai boly. He served In the Twenty Seventh and Tweaty eighth cn;rrese. aad !n 11 wassentby Pr-s-I lent Tyler to South America cn an Important I:p'oxnatic mission, lis declined office st the hand of Presideata Pirree. Hut-hanan and John son. He wuaitruni u:An man during the war. Death of A. J. Inialap. Nw York. Oot. 2. A. Juhon Dun lap, who died at his home here on Wednesday, had a world-wide reputa tion as a checker editor. For a quarter of a century he edited th draughts column Turf, Field and Farm, publishing during that period thousand of instructive games and positions, and his own contributions to checker literature at tracted the attention of expert players in Kngland, Scotland and Australia, as well as of those in this country. He .also was Instrumental in bringing the 'leading checker players of the world together in championship matches, and he was stakeholder in several such con testa. BMton flankers Fall. T.osTOT, Oct 2. A. IL Turner A Ufa., bankers. 9 SUte street, haTe failed. The 6rm has been in business only about two years. They were, be lieved to have had abundant capital behind theta. F.ecent heavy specula tions are thought to be the direct cause of their embarrassment At the otlice of the firm no information as to the cans of the failure or the amount of the liabilities was ascertained. fteeiprelty with alette. TYashijot-, t. 4. Negotiations 'looking to agreement npen a reciproci ty treatr between the United States tnd M'ti i" active progrevs in .Cityof Metio betefS-en a special fommisvoner appointed by-the Mex Kan gjTrntient and United States Minister K7J; Ccsrmkers I'.Ieet Offleeee, fsrTts roti InA, Oct The CitfrTu;krs" cvmventinn elected nfa rers as follows: Vice presidents. -lames Iiuhfrr. Richmond, Va; I A. Wet.io'.l, Man; Job a F. el'.riek, F.i"?irat. P.; tressnrer, IT?n j lvtiro-k. ft. Louis; delegate to federstin of Labor, Samuel Gompers New Ynk. T-tSt t Vse Bew Wreet. Prrsif or... Fl.. Oet The fsh-Tti- .V w of this port, with a ervrcof t men, is given up as lt Tho left 1 'ens. vol a September S f r the ffshin -w--.t. It has neither l"n torn th-r beanl frm ainc. It is tpp.-si it went do-s- in a storm that cMirr?d September tL tiaui ClioirJii: at A-4.rtcn'i tcaThu THE 3! A UK h'i S. ,Crsc Cu icacio. Oct. I. n.oca Q'x'eC Spna WaaV r'stcAi. ti.SJ ftS.Ti: Hi r l4.'Jt.T4. Wuttr Wlel fiofxr Fitiil. 6.iai-i5; tra.gat, ti.T504.Al C'oSJ Faxriy cV- ssd tidier. No. J, 1 U9i -t- 1 YoUjw, l6-tt Na 3, M; Na. 1 Ysi-ow. SJ(;; CXUbar. SMc; Kuveibber, i .A:; Yar, 4444; May. 4iSfc4ia OaisSiroiijcr. No. t cash, WiirTlc; N veuiter. XT'tie'ke; May. SlSlHo- fcn:p-? ia (air ut;y ml tlead.er. No. 3. lhc; Ka S WW. JTv,4Xw; KaXHOSc; Kvs-ilrcier. N. 3 caa&. &o; October, Nso. sad November, tfta Liklit-Fir saies a&d :aly; tsirples as fUii: Four, uca-jucd. koJUo; coaiusa nttk iDaitiaj, 36l.v; fair to guod. t'ic; rfcujles beavy act brif hi. SV1 "Oc, sad fancy. WASc Maas 1'cn.a Trdla- fU y acVlvs atiU-rtees ais. Prkes racked st Hi.STHCiauO tM c.ta; Iv.alO.OO fur Oetwbsr; lO.UXl)L?tt fr December, and llW- iilit'H tor January. La an Market mod-rataly oti aud prices S!f hr. Q totatiwaa rcgd at H 7 54. 90 fot easa; VlU'.i tor October; M.T7a-82V tor Nuveibbcr. aad 10.97 -9iA9T4 for January. PuriisT-Lite Chlcaea. SfctlOc rr lb.; Live Turkey, l'Xiile per lb.; Live Ducks, 1 Oo per lb.; Live Gecx per dozes. Dcrrri Creamery. lV3,a6j; Dairy, 1.1 30c; 1'acU.nrf Stock, lisai'o. Oils WUeenaU ITima Waite, c; Water White, Sc. Michigan Prime White. ic; Wa ter Wbita, lOvc; ladiaaa Prirue Wbite, c; Wier Wliite. lft; Iltediht. ITS teat, c; Caaollaa, 97 Ctf', 14o; 74 dry's, Uo. , LiyuuKa-D.atilied bir.u reiaaia firm oa the baals ol IHI per eaL for CaUUod no&da Siw York, Oct. 1 Whbat Firm; lV(e up oa heavy ralaa In tbs north wet; moderately aotlre. October, Cl.03'i CL04W; November, tLO&aLOO; Deceoabsr, lnrdl-OSv,; January. ll.lai.C't; April, 11.13 SL13; May. II lSVtai.M 3-14. Corn Firm; S to 1.0 up; moderate demand. No. a, emtwa Oats Qalet, steady. Western. ?340e. Paonsroas Ueef Quiet, steady; extra mesa, lUOOilO.OU; family, HLOOaiJlW. Pork Steady andc.uiet; new mesa tll.T53.18.T; eld meas, H0.7tU.00; extra prirce, lia 75U.oa Lard Quiet and steadj; eteain resdered. I7.D3. Clxtilaxd, o., Oct. a. PrmotxrM QuleV. Standard white UOLOHe; 74 gaaoiin 7o; 64 gaaollne, lOo; A3 naphtha, C-ifl. DAILY MARKETS. Prices to Varmere. Gans Wheat corn. JWc; cats. CSc; rye ?0c; barley. Il.lo cwt. Miam Ureliifj7c; irk. of-iCc; mutton, 6 616c; nnriiig Iamb, Sc; (ovvis. lUc; spr'nit chick en. l-!ic; veal. bic; turkeys. 12o; ducks, lix-. l'Konrrx Butter. 20c; epg.17e; potatoes. 30c bu; bet-ts. 'c V bu; onlous.T5c "t bu; radian eft. 7c V do; pea. S1.U0 V bu; beaus hand pli-ked. il.Ui bu; heaey, l"c; peaehes, l.na, ti-'x) e ba: grape. jH io V It); pears, iU0r Lu ; crab aiilet. 75c bu. Wki Vahrd, aisc: oa washed 14oV20c, Har Timothy. SUalo ton; clover. $1U(13 ton ; straw, $; t ton. II ukh and Tallows Green. Sc; part cured. 5!ac; cured, tic; calf skin a. green, fie; calf skin, cured. 7c; tallow. c; pelts. tiOc&iLCO; dekln. Prlevs to Conaamera. FtncR axo Feed Lily White. 92.75; Patent. $3.tA ewt: corn meal.flO ' cwt; feed $24.00i 2&.M) per ton; mlddlinics. Sl.lx ton; brau. Sla 6a ton: ships. $1.70 V ton. Jltar Pork steak, loc; roast. 10c; ribs. 5c; tenderloin. 12)ic; bam,12e; beef stak. lWSc; roait. ricc; rib, 4c; mutton. 6f$14c; spriuK lamb. 2P(? lSc;spnnz chicken, icjturkeys llc d)eka. iy,c. PaooiTi Putter. 21c; eges. 20c: potatoes. 4.rc V bu ; beet. 10c " pk ; onions. 25c pk : puas. Sue v pk ; he.n5.wc V pk; radishes. Lie V doz; peaches. &() Y pk; apples, y)c V pk; grapes. 3frc; Crab apples, ioc per pk; pears. 50c per pk. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS' (This list Is furnished by Tattle BroS real estate dealers. PearL-stv ever Arcade, Tele hone No. 12GS. nr Tirr cmr. 3!ary C, Ttoelofs to Adrian DeYos. lot 28 bk 3 harolay & Stevens add I 500 Win. E. Nealer to Lll'.le A SlinmonVot 17 bk 1. South wick's sub..... ...... 1.250 Albert Miedema to llendriek Btevens. n lot z bk 5. Stockiii X Smith's sub.... 1.250 Ctas E Henlnston to George A Cutler, l..t 47. Ijl0ee'add 1.800 Comeliu3 Heybeer to Peter KlaaMn,part loti. lunes A -Mc Reynold's add . 725 Consolidated Street Kail way Co. to John ' leiraaf. lota 1. 2. 3 aud 4. bk 2 Mc Laren's add . ..... 3,535 Wllllard It r.rtths to John S Lawrence, lot 2 Da Is, Turn t Jc Carroll's add 850 Eendrik St.-, i. io Albert Mledtma. lots A So DeVrtes' add L500 John IeBruyn et si. to Daniel Vander Til. lt J. It. White's add 800 Will D. Tt man to Harriet Anway. lot 30 linen's 3i add 2jOO John B. Dowlev to Jacob Meyers, part n w Jiof sec2(iraud Ilapius - 600 Jacob Meyers to John B. Dawley, lot 22 and 2-J 2. Duat. n's add . 600 Wm R. Cornelius to Sarah P. Bunnell. lots 3i, 4J and 41 bk 1. lirove Park add 750 IX THE COCXTRT. Marr J. Finch t Wm. H. 'Jardner and w :(e. lot 7. 8, 9 aad ll.tiardner s 2d add Sparta : . 400 Wm, H. (lardner to JIary J. Gardner, e 1$ v i j 'i n w M of ee Si. Sparta. 1.500 lle'e i A 'et- Fru ne E Crandall. part nt'f ye-. 25 Si on . . 20 Ezra N.Cole to Eugene . Ciaudall. part a w i of sec ao. .NeiS n...... ...... 1.5X) Fase lU'Kers t- George E. Prlucle. w 3.5 a a 'a n e i of aeco. (irand Kapids...... 2,000 Clam Chowder at Anderson's tonisrht. All persons owing E. K. Wilson please call at the City Drug Store and pay their account. Lily White Fleer It made from the choicest wheat. DeGOLlA BROS., DKALRKS nr Real Estate, Business Exchange 8 and 9 Tower Block T70R 5ALr-Or etchanre; w aer, 12 mile A- uthetof eity; n build os. f"ucfs, orchtrl. ill riay loam. This I a No. 1 farm; pn e I V'. L'OT. SALf;-Or txchAz; PO res V miles A from MMieviie, lijirry Cimntyj yroom bo, nw i&rz- barn. eHt oiubutldlnjs.sood soil. t i-'f) edrd ml U acres ol wheat on tt e srouTi t: prtee fvV"1. Ln J5Vl.F-Or rirhnj.'i seres S Mies frem etty; ff e h.xise, tarre new bam.f od Sli. J l-r f tsmr; wi:i nrx small pav n'!t or sichsnte tor city property; price tva LR EXCHANOE Several V) sere farms S'Vj'h et city bv nonrest tents: ewners wishing irsnt Rapids property, ranging In pri-.-e frm fiO np. It yan have a small house r can surtiy meet yoa on these, piR EXnf WIE-I sres 2' m!les frta A Way'and. AUecari eennty. with tvo houses sid two lartrs bsros, rM orchard, ) seres lir.t roved. 7 sres s-e.ld: to eiehaage for ufh end property; srl'-e t'.TO. L.R .AUf-Or evehange; $i aores S mf'es frm eify: clay U'sn. nv hee; flae pfae for csnlenirs; pri,ixl. L'OK .-Ml.K-Or exehsue; m s're farm la 1 nertlTa Mfehtfrsn; S aers Improved. f-v-t hMj. hern and eutt-uMln as. i aTs f.i t!mhr. heh, mspte. hwHt and im, s-na'l erehard: this farm ll en bank eta va.l lake aa l s prf tet-M as t ! fre, fTi esriv and Mt fr f: U Kmn1 t Bal'ii and t tenin4 bto-1 M s rrtrt; rr!- 0 n ea'Tterir frt rah. ee wt I e. er.anj fr rtrand Rapi4r-al mh('i, F-ret. rhA.iis. hsrtwvd nwci Untt t: N'ewatiM e -uTitf f.-r e-jT:t;-s 1 1 Hrss4 lUrMt p-r pr, , Te t",i Br toetet and j, prfrf trtie. sit ean. If tmcieveniast. te larrs - wAry. Tbs Is )ar A i.ei r,ef tb- trk ; r-t Ud:t)fs, v" P"sen tree's m be-rBjf J yf r?Ar1i-d i re !.-!. 1 T"s strti wfterrte, 3 ars roe. r'.s. a esr, to4Hbrr;e , Mnr ! fr'j'; irr flS'; frait et se w?n ps f r It te rree"t SSrtn-, iiid etenf f.- r e"y prpty this s a tesr ehs r f if rtfn-n-4 the grestest barasts e? hn ever atL FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL THE OLD liATIOHAL BANK. GRAND RAPID3. illCU. CAPITAL, .... asoe.ooe M. L. SWFET. Preslde' t. J. 1L liAhN'K 11. Vlee-rresl1eTt. HARVEY J. lUmr.'R.Cn!er. All c!asrs of backing bu ncM tfcat are! a baroiosy with the NaUouai Ra&ktus Law trausarted. Lr tiers of Credit, current In 1 parts ofths orid. tasued la sums to auit. lstt-rrst al lowrd at 3 per ceut oa time certlscatcs uX deposit. DIRECTORS. L. H. Wither. Ueorss C. Pierce. J. M. BarnrtL J. Cuiamer. M. L.ewe-t. Jo-pb OMartlB. H J. Hotlirer. W. R. Suelt-y. Millard Barn hard t. W. 0. Hughart, JC Croflon i'ox. )'. LoetUtrW L. E. Bswklua THE 1AT10IIAL CITY DANK GRAND BAPirS. MICH. UNITED 8TATC8 DEPOSITORY. CYJPITVL. 3r500,000 THOMAS n. GILBERT. Pres'dsnt. GtO. tl. BRIGG.v Vle-Prealdent. J.1REDKUIC BAARS, Csshler. 1L 11. 11 CM. Aist ant Cashier Transact busineiM in all departments of bank law authorized by the National Banktm Law. Exchanges available in all the commercial cities ol the world sold at current rates. U. B. bonds bought and aoid. DlRHTORd: Thomas P. Gl'bert, N'oves L. Averf, Thomas J. O'Brien, George G. lirljczs, lavld M. Amberic lmuel D. Putnam. RauKoni C. L'ice. Coustantlne Morton. Edward H. Hunt. John C. Fttzcerald. T. fctewart White. Philo C. Fullei, J. Frederic Basra. GR AI!D RAPIDS II ATIOIIALBAIIK GRAND RAPIDS. MICU. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - $600,000 EDWIN F. THL. Prwldent. FREEMAN WOblREY. Vlee-PresldenL FRANK M.DAVIS. Cashier. JiJUN L. BENJAMIN. Ass't Cashier This bank does a general banklnc businem, and respectfully solicits the sccounts of indi viduals, banks and corporations generally. I nterest allowed ou time certificates of depos it. Travelers for sny part of the world may perfect money arrangement at this bank. DIRECTORS; Edwin F.Uhl. Freeman Godfrey, EnosPutman. Daniel H. Waters. Joseph Houseman. Melvln J. Clark. Georee II. Eons. Wm. G. llerpolshelmer Charles S. Hazeltlne. Charles Sheparrt, John E. Peck, Sl'as F. Godfrey, Paul Steketee. FOURTH IIATIOilAL BANK. GRAND RAPID8. MICH. Capital - - 300,000 Transacts a general banking business. In terest paid on time deposits. By special ar rangements with Messrs. Knauth. Nachod A Kohn. of New York, letters of credit current In all foreign countries, issued direct upon the most favorable conditions; and drafts drawn on all the foreign cities at lowest rates. DIRECTORS Wm.n.AnderB0n.Wii!tamSeara.5.F.Asp!nwall, Geo. K. Johnson. A. J. Bowne. James Blair. A. D. Rathbone. Geo. W.Gay. D. A. BlodgetL A. J. BOWNF, President. D. A. DLODGETT, Vice-President. 11. W. NASH. Cashier. 6RAIID RAPIDS SAVIiIGS BANK Corner Fulton and South Dlvlslon-sts. Capital, - - 0100,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, tSO.OOO. JAMES D. ROBINSON. President. -, M0REAUS. CROSBY. Vice President. f F. A. HALL. Cashier. - D. B SHEDD, Asst, Caabier. DltKCTOBS; J. D. Robinson, J. M. Stanley, W. D. Talford. Geo. M. Edison. M. S. Crosby. C. G. Swensbere. F. S. Pierce, Aaron Brewer, C. W. Garfield. Transacts a General Banking; Business, Loan Money on Real Estate. First Bank In Grand Rapids to use the NIOKEL 8AVINGS STAMP. 8peclal Attention to th Accounts of LADIES AND CHILDREN. CITY DEPOSITORY. KENT COUNTY SAVIIIGS BAIIK Cor. Canal and Lfon-sts. GRAND RAPIDS. . MICHIGAN. Capital Paid Up, $50,000 JOHN A. C0V0DE. Pekstpsxt. T. J. O'BRIEN. Vicr-PitrsTDXST. J. A. S. VERD1ER. CasHita. bisectors: John A. Cevode, E. Croftnn Fox. Jos. a. ilekee, I. A. BlodsetL J as. 1 lair. John W. BlodgetL T. J. O'Brieu. A. J. Bowse. Heury Idema. Tfcts Bank Is erfan!2ed nder the general tankluc laws of the State of Michigan. We use the Nlckle Savlntrs Stamp system. Bank open fmra 9s. ni. to 3 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday from 6 to 8 p. m. PEOPLE'S SAVIIIGS BAIIK CASH CAPITAL, 9100,000; PERSONAL LIABILITY, SI 00,000; DEPOSITORS' GUARANTY, S200.000. Thomas iTefferan -........."..'.....President Henry F. Hastings ylee-FresHent Charles M. HeaId.....'5econ4 Vies-President C. B. Kelaey J .Cashler DIRIXT0R8. Thomas HeJTersn. D. D. Code. J.N.Gibhs. Jas. G. MacBrlda, C. B. Judd. Wm. McMuIlen. ' Wm. Afden Smith, K A. Merman. X.T. HaNtlncs. Jn. Patten, Jr Charles M. Heald. Dudley K. Waters, Don J. Lest hers. Juo. Murray. U. C. Russell. Receive deposits Of 5e and upwards. Pay 4 per cent, inter est on time certificates and savlntrs deposits. Sell etchangeon New York. Chlcaso and De troit sr.d all foreign countries. Loan money oa real estate security. Organized nnderthe General Banking Laws of the State of Michigan. PROMPT. COaVATIVl. are. 8. F. Airi"-. Pr 9 W. Faso XcBsxji, Sec'y. M0SET TO LOAN ON FARM AND CITt PROrrRTs At Five Per Cent. R. PENT. 6 WoalerlybMg. J. G. ALEXANDER RKAL r,TATE. LMK .ALF Me Hrze UU hese, Jr? T ,,,1, t,it. c!.af hider wbe I "' lth lure see. u ft et P-reh.'elsrt-4e tre-e n fmnt and rfr. '' ''Vel'v?i? trn. Iinlrr.t J.t. Al snier. 'f l''llMl.S-v trem "i1 si IS rrh t d ! ' J JeTl front; or.'tteree A v ,TS fr t 4; e,.r: e f' H: Tr?ee I " tt't iK,i?Ai- '4st I. m Hfroet: frt fctt eei ea t be best let J7 fe;a es ie?re ei . . nt"inii - a J t 4 WHAT PEOPLE Twelve words will usually make two lines; thirteen and not to exceed twenty words three lines, and in the larger advertisements the average is seven words to a line. There is but one price, that is quoted in the table below. I 4 i i i i i i fi E i 2 X I A " m a io is "tl se" at 4aj o i aa s ia as so 3 i tM "l1 a so so ao " ' u AO a x ss flo 1& aa ioo ; o t) x 4 52 aa aa 7;i io sij ? 30 4i tiO 15 00 1 Oi 1 SO 3aO a SS 60 65 Hi 7jl 5 aa to a ios'i3 i4o a so io as aa ia tu inumto 4ti PESSOXAL. VOTICE The moMers employed by the Grand Rapids School Furniture Co. are locked out of the said company's iiop; moldera are re quested to stay away from Grand Rapids at present. By order et committee. 173U T KIM A friend in need is a friend ln lUXlfirJO d-d. It you want a Regulator that never falls, address the WOMAN'S MEDI CAL HOME. Bufla'.o. N. V. FOUND. LVR'N'D September UOth. lyl. a small skin drtitlnic iu the river, painted grren. with out oais. -Cwner can have same by provlue property and ownership sad pcylnjr charsea. by callluK on Cha. A. Desnoyers. Company D., Michlau Soldiers' Home. HELP WASTED MALE WANTED Three men neatlv dressed and in telligent. Call at Lale Hotel, room 278 HELP WANTED FEJf ALE. ,TANTE1 Girl for seneral honse woik. No cooking. Apply 10 ilrsi-ave. Z7a WANTED By a a Mower, housekeeper. V ' Plainfteld-ave. Call Saturday evenings between six aud seven. WANTED A competent cook; Dutch or Swede preferred. Mrs. Georze D. SHioa. corner of Stte and Madlson-sts VrANTED Willing girl for general lionise ' worK, two In family; eay. stendy piaee. Call between y and 11 a, nu oOi N. Lafayette-st. WANTED Two dlnng room girls and one laundress for hotel, out of the city, Wastes a Month. V. L. Dlckiuson.-W Mou-roe-st. WrATTED-ImmedIately. a cook at The ' Fletcher Plate, oo South Ilvlslon-st. iT7 WANTED A kitchen girl and a laundry girl " at the Michigan House. 277 WANTED A competent second girt. IP Sheldon-st. 27 WANTED A competent girl for general housework. Mrs. N. A. Covode, 41 Sheldon-st. -Titf w ANTF.D A competeet housemaid. Mrs. a U Long, L3 Sheiaon-st. Zib J ANTED A girl for general housework. Mrs. 1. C. Hatch, vl Madtson-ave. autf w St. ANTED A competent girl for housework. Apply to Mrs. J. A. Barker. No. S3 Henry WATEr"Ijl,iM t0 ninage our branch toilet parlors, for bleaching and remov ing all facial blemishes, salary 140 to SoO per month, or one-fourth the profits. Security aud best of references required. Also we teach professional nursing, massage, expert chiropody, e.ectro-tberapeutics. etc. Olln Orville. M. D.. 306 S, Washington ave. East Saginaw, Mich. BITUATI0N3 WASTED FE VALE. WANTED Position as nurse; best of refer ences given. Call, or address u) Third-st. 2w FOR REST S00K3. IfOli RKNT Furnished rooms with or wlth out board at 64 Ransom-st. 178 F OR RENT Furnished room, heated, light ed and bath, al Shawm ut-ave. z. , IfOR RENT Furnished room with privato family; alcove, steam aud gas; suitable for one or two gentlemen. 131 North lonia-at. IN) FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with furnace heat and gas lighted. Apply at 'M 0ttawa-st.. from 7 to p. m. 277 F OR RENT Furnished rooms, with or with out board, LI1 Jefferson-st. rrs I 70R RENT Real cory furnished rooms at reasonable rstes, with or without board; can be fouud at 117 Sheldon-st. 2ft 1 Oil RENT A desirabls suite of six rooms -- within filre minutes walk of the postotUce. y Cllnton-jt. ICOR RENT Several suits of room son Caual- t. at very reasonable price, kiusey A Mercer, Widdicomb blck. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished steam heat-d rooms. Ihe Eruuswlck. o Sou th Dlvlslo u-st. 77 FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished rooms, steam Seated, at Park Place, Mrs. A. L. Smith. 'ti FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Cheap, a nicely furnished house, hardwood finish, with grate and furnace. Call at t Ca s st. tTOR IU.'N!r A fine 10-Mom modern house With Sll Intsrovements-crts. hot nndcoid water, furnace, hath uvt lavatory, at 47 Charles st. En)uirt pt liie HolJen Real Estate iv change, 2- atifi Monroe-sL' 7S tOt RENT BU8I5E88 PLACES. L"0R RENT One-half ef the store 1W Mon-roe-st.. entjulre of II, p. Decker. i9J FOR RENT A desirable office, seeond floor of Tower block. Inquire oi J. W. Rosen thal, agent. 274 tf "L'OR RENT Nice office room in aftrtclasa A: block on Monroe-st.. jut the thing for a doctor. Klnsey A Mercer. H iddicomb block. rro RENT Stores No.8 snd 12 Huron-st. ea-h A 2x7o leeti alley In rear; sultaMe lor whole sale business, offlee. light manufacturing or storage; rent fliV) fer month eaeh. Anton U. Hodenpyl. la and 21 Fountal n st. 2Ktf TOR RENT Two fine tores In trlrk block on A? west side of outh ITision-st suitable for any business: these stores have large dry bail ments with rear entrane from alley; also suites of rooms In same block with private hall and bath rxm wab eah silte; this prop erty will be rented at a low price to the right party. For prices call en J. V. Gal vn, room h, Mt'pard A 11 art man block, from 1 to U p. uu Tnone S7a. 1T0VIN0. PACK1NQ 4 8TOBA3E pADrLIlF llOLT-Reliab.e ur-holster'rs 'I still South I'iftsten-st. have the rset "vans." employ the mot competent men and wlliglva f )B regular fates, v.beU,er yon n n r them it not by 'phoning No,V(or bt after business hours. WANTED AG KNTS. 4 N Tavern Vsrnlsh Hone wth an est ah- llshed trade, wishes to engaee a first-clNSt rean to rei r"nt tbm In .Mief lsan and In diana after Oct, L Address Adnaa late, city. 27 V1SC ELLA A 10 lis. A good erprtmity far a ma witn cr mere t tke ter In as establish-! ,su nfaetnrtns butren; lurBiturerasa prrlerrM. r!in afven it desired. Address Fcrnitnre eireof earrter IT, 21 L'OR PFNT-The Gee. It. White homete4, I e-r' r NTth Dst11 -in sd Fertita n s.. Is sew tor rent t- a 4eirMe arty f. r a t-rrs ef en, two or ttire yjs. pi'i f' eae sek to Mrs. tW. II. tif'r. f7 1 .aa' e t. r 91 ! W VAXTKD-Fvry 6sj ean te n fe fa sd f ss whst we ess lo ih it.ew la a p r ef fae.ts. a.!t efe-iRer eerept made te ef4r. Vigt. Il?pe)htmr A C'V tf kTOSET TtMUSu MnNKT TO I'4 at t! leet rsi ef l eft o4 las aent, Rf t ne,-sM twliittpg. -.-,. f'-'tf If 1 K a 4s leeet e See U Vf ctirttr. ira&a A. ersert 4 ta&ai st. RetJts the Beiti P.te$ the Lowest! MONEY TO LOAN OX IIL,VL ESTATE In Sams of 9100 and Upward. THE 1IICHICA5 TRUST (MPISI Uaud a Fountaia-st. Telephone 409. IEALESTATE CITT. pO.VSIDER all things well and thea get prices os a tew choice lots 1 have for t&l cheap aud oa easy terms. L S. PrOvia, Room e. Ixvett block, epp. Sweet's IloteL REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Good new houjrs at ft. ks. tv and li'J per month. 1 or bale New houses from VyM ail the way up oa easy terms. 34) low and medium priced lots for fcile near the eeuter. on easy terms. A good drltmgor business hore for tale at low price. Apply to M. C Sessions, t Laual-M.. room 4 or at 1-4 Llvington-st. To 10 R SALE If you want to buy a nice home chea p. Call at 2S7 Wett Uridce-tC 77 LfOR SALE A large number of nouses in the 4- south and eat part of the city at low rrlcet and on easy terms. Kinsey A Mercer. V Iddicomb block. FOR SALE "I've got $4.ffO. I want to bu ld a house." "lou cau't do it. "Why not?" "It takes 6.001 to build a house for M.tM." 0. W. Tufts works It the other way. Jie builds them by the dozen andean aeil you a house for $4.KV and on mouthlv mt'ro!, easy as rent. Houses sll prices from tl.UOu to $5.(ju. Vacant lots from r.Kl to fl.uu. No eor.imlssion as he bells for himself n'y. C. W. Tufts. Oltawa-st.. foot ot Fountain. '0l' ran buy one of those Jots between Col lege and In ton. on Antlsdel C-ourt. for one thousand dollars. Now it you want to be rich and happy In your old ae. do not delay any longer, but call at No. bo-J7. New lioust man block, pay your money and get your detd at once, A. It. Antlsdel. zf.ltf 1T0R KALE A very tine residence cn one of - the best streets in the city, large lot. 10j feet frontage, for VUO. Kinsey A Mercer, W iddicomb bloek. phone L'UR SALE A beautiful home at 170 Earciay x at.; house is lu fine condition; has all the latest i in movements; good large barn; lot KxlijU ft, to alley; owner has moved east to re main permanent! v; a prompt buyer will se cure a good bargain, for casu. D. D. Slater A Co., M Monroe-at.; phone 7ou. '.2tt V0K SALE Elzht acres cf very desirable 4- acre property la the south part of town. Kinsey A Mercer, 9 and 10 Wlddlcomh. I HAVE some of the most desirable hcuses and lots; also vacant lots In the city. As property is ad vanclntr daily. aud tbeclty liable to double again in the next ten years. 1 am surprised that you do not come In and buy at once. Call at No. 207 New Houseman block : telephone No. 873. A. R. Antlsdel. Cltf FOR SALE Great bargatn. farm of ZU acres, on graded road, lour miles from rlty limits, suitable for grain, dairy or stock. En quire ot Taggart, Wolcott A uanson, 25 Monroe-st. SfcMf FOR SALE Thirty million good white pine, located on the Upper Peni nsular; has b -en damaged by fre and must be cut at owee; this can be had very cheap. Call at 37 Houseman block. A. R. Antlsdel. 231 tf IfOR SALE OR RENT A gem of a honse Just - north of Wealthy ave. on James st. with modern improvements and cheap; also good houses and lots tn sll parts of the city st creat bargains. If you want a good lot or bouse and lot don't fail to see me. 1 have a lare farm ef KW acres with good bulldiags to trade for city property. Pine and hardwood lands and money to lean. 36 and 7 New Houseman Rlock. A. R. Antlsdel. 1 EXCHANGE-SO acre farm and a city tot J to exchange for a house and lot worth SI. 'WO. S.H. corner North avenue and Curtis street; u. LfOR FA L!v Houses and lots in dlfeient A- parts ot the city; small paymntdwa; monthly payment) aiterwards. Lts and acre Eropcrty within the old city limits. Also ray lock on Rostwlek-st. at a bargain. Sr. Veen. boer. 46 lostuick-fct. b-.tf REAL ESTATE CO fJSTRT. LjX)R SALE OR EXCHANGE Three small 4- farms. (0. 4'Jand lo acres, each fruit aud buildings. Will exchange for city property. 19 North Third-st. 27S rt)R SALE MISCELLANEOUS LfOR SALE Cheap; a good paying business 4- on West Rridge-st. Fitzgerald A Irank ford, 51 West Rrldge-st., real estate and fire insurance agents; telephone WANTED BOARD WANTED Hoard and rooms for family of ' three adults ant three children. Ad dress H., box 3. this office. &70 JOSEPH C. McKEE WPearl-sL. Sweet's Hotel Block, Telephone 523. WHO WANTS A FARM CHEAP? IrfAVK uiuegood farms that I will fell cheap ortrade for city projerty. Step in and see If I have not got just what you are looking for. 1HAVK a house fir t3, two others fr flVA, another for tl Jit', others for IlloO. fsoo. $4,0, and one for 4'" If it goes Ahis week. I want to sell them, and will give you a good bargain. VACANT lots are In good demand, an t are selling well. I have a great many lert yet. ranging tn price from IjOi to tlun. They have got to be sold, and yoi might as well have the benefit of the advance tn values that Is cer tain. I II AVE several bargains to Sec tn business property and brick blocks. COMii g'od hsrdwood timber lands to trade 0 for city property or good improved farms. 1 9 PEARLSTREET. TELEPHONE tSX J. H. ffKEE & SONS 72 MONROE ST. 20 fitTS rieur T"t T"nltnri , nn i vt - tayuients rf fo each. Prices W2 to Hu. (CHOICE of 10 lots en Large' raMeroad add. ' st 4.V1O esch. If taken iorw CFLENDI O Wetra grain sod stock farm for J sale or eichaaige, COME very fine lots in east rart of the eity en 0 monthly psrments, and teip glrea to build If desired. LIMITED NFMBER ef lets wi!l t-e sMd v for 4ieeh, od monthly payments, from W bite's JA sld.j the choice lots ef lb plat. Call st ODoe. J. II. McKee k Sons. 72 Mf.nr e-st pANT TfT FFE ANTTHIN'J ? For Sale. y' .'4 Est Frijf-st.. t2.1u(': hcus ew and ruodTH. hardwood flalsh. largs pi'-. g"4 se gbtH-rh-o4. on fan trade yur tense and lot for some thing and get to work. ome torporro w. Ferrate, attuu farm sear by; sms I rsy trer.t d'-wn; b'Eg tlrre, lor Sai-.er exebsrigs, a ole little meetia h p In the rt'y. l r Ss'e. a tf...d piylcg reforst. J r I ii'hrj s siia'l t '-ew f.Tiii! ;. I or a:e. r trs 1e, farm In Ki'-Mtan. Ne. braka, Dakr-ta, .Vlewrl. K?isa.r ( a'.itrtiia KverytfcUi totra'le. tir m snd ten cs shit y" fare. We ear trs't y s brt-l ; yenr w.f ran do th1 work sri4 vf-n ram de tb r Set'e e( a gr-ai nj-g ad.; 00 ma'ter what ysa wart.sve it, riN AX? A A LLF7N, Ssd 4 If er Iwk, i'boee 3 PrX)R 8ATJt-f!ese sed lot B Wea'tty-sye.; pfce SI.-. Fne srs tot ei Sed ave ; 11 r?Keis. gste 4 ftifrae. M H'e sed lt eftttier of Fsrt-ve sd vTesi tv si. fvftvx. iivm and Ints frf BS te VZf ; S'ae fif0 e.'lrsb s lart-s sear tbe e:ty far sa;e ir "rfc GFA rMFI Oret Meeree-st, ran4 Rapids. la aetata e taXesv gaa.aS&n VAMT RHAL HSTxTE. llCFSE and let No. !i tate-et : bere i a t leee -1 oi pr perty tn our iiiet zupu ef ; r- U. i t n, cviaf is sad u.i.we xue an er u t il UwUMkiid lot No. llt.Uad-ave; look at Uus luit cuiue ia aud 1 mux jtu thr pric. Heuae aud lot l-s Cett-ave.it a bargaia; large lot. Kue sukde. iare eel'.ar. Lydrauuc wleX. gvu-d cim.hu, large Liarn; aee it you w.tt tu 7 Caficx.1. for aais er rLt: look tt eref and wait auits you. Jfct North Latayetle st; a targaia, i4 Nvrth CUlege-ave; a bajgala. SI Sincla; look at It, Money te loaa oa gaud security. We are sola a;euu f or tte North Parkalatt eow is your t iu to puk outs incite lot slA be prepared to tare a p. ace i spend the Lea ted teiin. which it ure to ramt beat a-UiUier. A choice stock tarta lu miles out; good roa&iaga. pleaty of water. U7 ac-rvs all ia a No. 1 tui et uitivalios; we wita l exchange this farm fer e.ty property; will uJl oa sats l&rumbrasc. An W tarm 4 miles from Reed City to eg. ehangs tr eity property ; good t-ulUiaa. borne choice lots tn Chicsge toexclauge for Grand lUp'dt property. Timber lands te ex char, re tar city er farm properly; v scant iota to exchange. Several tsuatsts rent, trcm fid up. J. F. E ROOKS, Thons 130Q. 5 and 6 the Gilbert. Office epea Wedaesiay aad Saturday evea-lugs. THE GRAND EAPIDS Land and Improvement Co., Xo. G2 Wonderly IJullilin-, Has to offer the following bargains. Some good. Improved, well rented Grand Rapids property to etcl.ange tor improved farm witalu igl.t or ten luiiea ot eity. A hoi.ne and lut cn siuth la?ver te. near Morrison, for a-out the value ol the it. A Cnet ulldlng l.t ou louutiu-t.. near the court house and pusicnice, at a clear targaia. Peautiful btilidlng lots In any part ot the city desired at low prices aud ou tavorale terms. Lts on our additions on Furton ave,. near ItvtMon;aua on Lyon, near North lu.ua, tjr sale cu lavorable trrmv We handle largs tracts of pne. hardwood and mineral lanu.s InMich'-i.'an aud elel,ere. aud will mall estimates ai;d deaerlptioiis oa a?p!lcotios. A tract of 40.W.0M feet white Mucin Minne sota, ou navigable tt o.;m at a I argaiu. We l.are Eod. imrrv)ved fMrms i; Hills-tale county. A!oome Cne residrnce proeriy la the cny ot HlliJa. to cxchaiiiSe (or reutaliie Grand Raptus pioi-ei ly. Valuable DetroH business and residence property to exchange for oraad Rapids real estate. We do a general real estate, loan snd insur ance business. 62 Wonderly DuUdlng. Grand Rapids. Mica THE EEST TLACE J-F0R TOUR NOTARY PVBUC W0RILJ IS AT THE OTFICE OF GEO. ROELOFS, r CANAL STREET, T110NE 1S7. INSURANCE. lie also represents pome of the best, well known Insurance Companies, with am ple capital and prompt aeitlerueuts. REAL ESTATE. Has a few bargains in the southeat part of the city on easy terms and prices ARE LOW, which means just what U says. GEO. ROELOFS. GREAT BARGAINS IX REAL ESTATE rOR ONE WEEK ONLY TO CLOSE OUT OUR DIVISION STREET FLAT. Two fine liga lots oa EuejM-ave. only tOO each; oue on Salem-ave. t.j; three lots oa liatl-st. at (l.inoeach. These lots are worths pr cent mere than the ahove prices, but they are the only ones left and we want to close them out. fe Iti vrstmeuts aud big returns. For pi ices and terms see TURNER A CARROLL. Si New Houseman Lldg. FINE NEW NINE-ROOM HOUSE on Euck-eye-st, cheap aud en yeurown terms. TI U.M'R A CARIiO&L. S3 New Housemau RuJJlc. STANDARD DF-ED. COAL FLACK CAR RIAGE HOl'UtE and s!nce fooler at a i.sruaiu. TURN t.R A CAHKoLU T New llous man l.ulidmg. FOB HEKT. 1 ITonse 15 Harlan-sL con venteat to South I IMVlKiOU irr-ir-rB jn w Nl House .v$Wea Rndge-st- with modern improvements n 'j 1 HoU!eiw South Lalayi tte-t li w I Houm1im 1 tlili-ave., suitable lor two tan nics 12 01 Sultot rooms, corter of East-tt. 1'iilh av 6 (lu FOIl SALE. 1 neuse en raris-STeM near Cherry-st with all modern Improvements.... iwr 1 liouseon ieich-ave near Wenlt hy ave l'"0 1 house en J fron-ve. ir W ealthy.- Oue bourn-en N. leulast. No. tm ) One new house en Dunton's add - 11 0 Z houses m .wS'1,.'h-sve.. tar South Im- tlsiOD-t. cars at .! Ift and 13 1 bouse and tarn on South lulon. bear Fifth-are... Vn S houses ea Wen and Llncoiu-fts at trotn. Lot f'4 Remmlr, you have tio e.mralsma tepav on auy ofthe above proprtv. aud lvlil ar range time and teruit te suit you. Moi:ey furnished to bu.id if d'red. N. W. NORTHROP, Natlenal City Bank l:io k. The brie block lortei en West Prlflreet. Ncs. 147. 34 and 1M, I for i!e. liMK-k contains th't-e ateiea. Ihe Tond floor Is in suite f te'rns. suita!le for ir er boum-ae p' rg. Will u , r eh or ml tske i rt lu cuy i ropeity if re d ia S' vs. li 'juire '.f A. A. llili. in M est Rrldgeet CRQWIIIG SUCCESS Cf lUMK WID0M IS POWER." JAMES LAWRENCE, Better knew a the P-y Medina ef tbs East. This j"Mj?gsM dft"d CLsIRVOTANT AND tXrflAN CARD Ki ADER is now at NO. 84 MONROE STREET, Wbere h en h eTis'ted oe all the principal eents of l;f. t 'ber ef a private f busil y r.t-(. n i'rtif.-T!g f !-titt. If.tr i,. nv4 eni s d :'. flT ac nits, eialmt eil JertloBS, jeurreys. e-cm .6s. ejdloe omt, r 'tre. ras. eje, I,'ro'-j1 pr we- ar ey d-vet-d Uv phi's nthr tie ruT1 . to .--a4 tt e s'r-k. e'reer the d-t"'nlr!g. l-r4eil peH. aud r.'4tevt Tte n-eavs f eai I it, eet- er:rr.e a la-t' fal lovers, muke tna4 .f frwtc. nr4 risb e ail b are In eir -ti v, dsr.gve er fl's-t-e ty ac!ev a TitfTy evr tSs rvhsUiat ei-ese.ps thn and successfully eotirt lbs SiftufS ef the formna. Iran te firture ltd Benefit Tlet. k'f. Lawreree fMi the otle etee.al s-t ef fTl'tJavii Prrpbtie Ca-Os ia Aeri'. C0KSULTAT10 FttS 50c AKD H.0-X OSTee hHn. I a m. to v p. . fuudsys Vj te W Address JAVIS LAWRENCt, He. 4 nerse ate eel. fee Tsa v sTerp, P-e.iamla Erea A Csv teen frvsertsallbwsa.