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THE TELEGHAM 11EBALD, SATURDAY 'MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 189L
The Telegram-Hebald - 3 Ttaut or ktiiscKiniujf. OAllt aU ilSUir,OMtr J.OO ti.u.u,UM a.o U LtKLY, U I - kKftlSLlCAN JCBt:JsiOJ.AL. COS Vt.NT10.V. A flt-ublte&a CoarcsviuQAl (neritton of the- r if' h i'wnrei at i atri-of iK-uiu. ill be held lu tue eirctiit evufi r oih. lu tun rlti af Uracd Kpiil. l: fc., o Muuaay. ls airf li, tw-'l. at II w'ilwl a. IIV. I'.r tho icr I-? it aAm.aMu a e!iai.tl,- luf :ti.reiMZit t: la oiirr. l G t l.'io vat-am-v tailed by lu d-lh ot liou. AleUiOai a IL roia. aJ jr tii irajittlrtu of t otucr buiao.v may troocrty t f t vdereJ. Afevf'Hui tu r-iU Heretofore, adopted ttt t-rl cauul.rl 01 lh ill t: ! I Ul tlUi'.Ud ! Ifse a.ti ih'iaiT 1 1 Ci ir-siten a lu lttUat .epufUcaa fctal Coueut!ou, tu: Ail-maa M I.'Bi..-.. . kcui- il Jtu - U I5f order of tha Ir lit!) Intuit t BcouMica Cotiresaioaal c'omru H t M. Kaissos, Ctainnaa. IiuMT Con, pecrctary. kKftULJCAN IUI.MTV CONVENTION. Tfc RerublUac .t Kent County i'lmel fa eooveutioa at lie CUeuil Court rcoui. ta Xh eity of hptas u W-uaday. t-t'tibrr T. ut il i'e;. a. m.. lor too parpe Cffi t.C dt-lt-UKS 10 111 lUpuijIieaU CoU- fcr?s-4i. toneut;oj I tho HttU t 01 t,untl dutrfct. la bld la Orid Kap.ds. .Vouj. lu-t. It t. ti:e tra:iacUon o( su:li oibor ttu.ix'M s way troy Til cviuo be Ir tlio racutiu. t-o t..wuijii ui ward Is entitled to three Urir it. r orl-r ol toiuioHt. IhuMAi WALfili. IrAAC i. LAAIOREUX. iJitedSt pt. In. fcSfl. UrriULICAN TOW X CAl'CVSES. Tk Uepub leaa eu-a o( Walitrr towushtp ill twttcta 4tUIlAJ. -t. i at ti tuwi li&iL T5eRpuMifn furu- of the townshloot rrt-wiil t fcrWlto !Tuu ltlttturtlty tM l. i ut J w'tloc. lbreo 11raite lU bo KKPl U LIC AN U.UIU CAL'CISCS. Tb RruMSf an.- ot the lty of Grind Rapids will htl.l eicur-4 t:i tt-lr rrrlie wrl4 vu a'ou.taj e-n!uir. i.trivln-t olh. l'l. at !:'' p. m.. ir it jrp.-n ct i-J:iosiu iif :et;it to the hrpubuciu Knt couuty cuuvrntiu to be hn4 at the rir uit turt IvkiUi Octobf r 7t 1). a.id r tu trant&ctttfit vf suclt otbr tu!nr. a !'ny l proiirrly CfutJer?d. tach r4 iit butitl.-a to three tU-lecait", an r lt fa? h.-lil as follow, unless iljanrl by art roiun.ittfe!. A majorityot Va'-r wrd riwRmitir are authortiel torhauee thtiiu ami pUe ul DieeUas la tlieir ou uvurd. it nunt Lrct-ai-. nt W.tI - --i n" Grndrille-ave riv.inl Ward Va iilMU'i store. IsUudsl. Tturd Ward... urth ar-l - -Circuit court looms Klltn Ward l'ina's llaii MttH W ar-t ..mV. Leonard ct r-eBtr Ward ..lr. la.c'a tff.ee. 17 W. Undue st K'.il.tti Waru - Kugtr'4 X franktrd'oRlce. N W'.Brlli(r-t N'ntfi Warl Ul W. r'utton-st Tenia Ward M.lii4 J-Tferaoa ave !); ht tl'V-s. Chairman ot RTi:M1ea City Committee. A. 11. CiiiLvs. cretary. TOMORROWS PAPER. The Telec;k.m-JIerat.i of tomorrow mcrnirg vrilllw ono of the most at tractive papers erer issued in Grand lipids. Among tho principal illus trated features thero will appear con tributions from tho pens of tho very test writers in America. Added to the literary txcelknco of the articles will be the illustrations winch are sur pawin!y excellent in dtaign and fault ier in execution. The features of the fcisiY Telj:;rv.m-1Iekau wr;ll be: "Om Lr..iiixr, Cu b" A history of the I'eninmla Club of this city, hand fomtiy illustrated with zincctchin? cut made from photographs of the cluh rooms and in embers. "w:et (iiRU -tsoKR.V Beautiful picture of the lradms vocalists of ( Irand llapids, accoaipanied by brief personal tk etches. "Juk's l.vvvis'i Horrs" F.y Bill Nye, illustrated. Very funny. Sctse- on- the Bowlky" A tale of New York's busiest mart, by Victor b;mr. Illustrated. T'ickenh the Yorxoni" A charm ing illiitraUd article on tho family life cl Charles Pickens son. "IIome-M ir. TEi.ErnoNEs" Inter esting story for boys, by Edmund Col lins. ! ark PtrrrREXT" An oddly cni'MuiR sketch by Howard Fielding. Illustrated. "(Vein Kaii.ro a iino' Illustrated. Ilertert l. Aldrich demonstrates that i pvj:i to fco to Bans front New York by rail. F."tuM is rv t(iber" FUlen o. tKjni will tell nil arut the cutest thing fer woman's wear. "(H b M r r Kashios" Illatrated. AlUrt Edward Tyrrell gms some in Urrt.i and armmnx pointers on nin's nHle of dring. The Society Column will be replete with ail th latest bit of tews for thn ladie. All rociety etcnts of tho week wiil be rlironicled. The Pramatif. Bas will contain a carefully edited and wide variety of loenl rd peneral -taare news a wtll as 1 1 th- attrartiens for th eom;n wfk trietly, and entertainingly re viewed. The I.ocal P partment will contain all the city new in full. . All in all it will Nt a molel news paper T?r tlie fam;ly circle. Dou'tyou th;nk ? Tpk We c tit fr Fair, except showers in extrenie nortr; cooler Saturday nij;ht, exTpt stationary temperatnrs in eatt and sottthrrly winds. Ir is aid that Flower entertains a holy horror for the immortal onn?t, 'Only a Bansy Blosont," since his nomination. Hi a mournful refrain for campasr! s'.Dgir. Tn foyernment rain-makers now in T-tm hare been forced to supend dnrinj? th continuance of heavy show, era. S. soon as the ram shall subside the experimenters will undertake to produce artificial rain. Or exports of copper and manufac tnr of copper for the fiscal year 191 wr larsrer than for any preepdmg yesr. The total shipment were valued at fH.T.-,4:o, while for 1-0 thpy smonntM to f-.ta?, fir to $'3.?:12, tcr l.?.a to fVTT.Us f..r 17 to MfT2T,4T, for b for !-" to fia,Ivi.o:t. for 1 to J,sfA-;,S3' ard for t.i ?2,?.J,r'C. Whi I th gen-.al inv.! cf pros-rity ladders tlie heart of th people of th.a country, the dark (ro-n of fam ne lowers orer 2..fXt. nawan who are UriiUj dstrefad Ieata sUu aier- cllfc&dly through that oppressed country aud its victims ar hurried into their gratt without du-jje vz chant- fctarva Lon grimly aUres tbem ia tta face, whild tie Ui-satfcer reapa his exao tiOn. The Southern Farmers Alliance ad vscd tha farmers ta cocol.datd aa rst tt-e capitaiisu. They did so. Now the Ciittua-picken have con.i-hd-aUd against tad farmer and a general strike is oa attended by violent law. le-sness. Boclascer w.ll be buried today with civil ceremonies. His tra'c t4-hta-Uies tlat to non cf the pomp and jlhtter of luiliury demonstration, and ho will bo laid l'tfide the ashes of the woman who dragged him into shame and to an isrnalle end. I 'resident Hakrhos has signified his intention to be present at tha unveihntj of the Grant monument in Chicago, October 7. It is uncertain who will at tend th ceremonies of unveiling the Grant monument in New York. It looks now as if the future president who shall honor that event is yet un born. , CLECTUOCUTIOX. A report of tne details of the electro cution of four murderers in Siug Sinj prison. New York, July 7, has been made public. It appears that the work of killing tho men w as attended by re voltin; experiments. In the caso of the first of tho four a current of H5S volts was applied and continued for twenty-seven seconds and then broken. An examination followed and the heart was found to bo beating. The current was again turned on and the victim slowly charged with tho deadly force until respiration ceased. In the second case three distinct applications were made before life was extinguished. In the third caso three applications of twenty seconds duration each were necessary to kill the condemned man. The fourth subject was a Jap, and he, too, received three applications, dying at the end of one minute and twenty five seconds. It is claimed by the doc tors that unconsciousness was instan taneous, but in view of tho fact that the victims wo are tied and gagged in such a manner that they could neither move nor speak, this opinion is purely gratui tous. It is also represented that the heat generated at the point where the electrodes come into contact with the fieeh is very great, so great, in fact, as to boil the water and burn the flesh. It is very remarkable that the scientific killing of murderers should be attended with so many revolting features, espec ially in view of the frequent instantan eous deaths caused by workmen, un manacled, coming into contact with livo electric light wires. It would seem that a current of sufficient power could be obtained to kill a man in a twink ling and save him the torture, if he sutlers it, of several successive shocks. Electrocution may bo more humane than hanging, but there will Lc those who will doubt it until the death shock shall be demonstrated to be painless and instant. The sentimentalists who insist that capital punishment is bar barous have a powerful object lesson with which to fortify their argument in this awful exhibition of slow torture given in Sing Sing. OUWOOp'S PLAN. Thomas Norwood1, of Georgia, United States senator, has a novel plan for increasing the currency circulation. His plan is to have the government isue legal tender notes of convenient denominations to increase the per capita of circulation to $00. These notes are to bo redeemable in coin, 2 j per cent, of tho issue of which is to le held in gold and silver for that purpose. Then he proposes to allot this money on demand to the several states, which in turn shall loan it at a low rate of in terest to the people, payment to be secured by mortgage upon staple crops, wnich are to be hel I as collateral. He gives a long and detailed explanation of the plan, justifying its practicability upon the tncory that the government's credit is the basis of all circulation. He contends that tho adoption of his scheme will render it impossible for Wall-st. to control , the markets and prevent crises and squeezes. In a nut shell his theory is to make every state the broker of the general government for loaning its citizens a paper money medium t-aed on the nation's credit; and the enlargement and expansion of the volume of currency now in circu lation. f course in receiving the money the stats acts limply as an agent of the government, but it will be re quired to give security in the samo manner as do the national banks. Hi phn i a step toward paternalism. If he could have adopted a codicil by which the government would be auth orized to issue the full amount of the increaed per capita to each individual without security his s heme would have met with the endorsement of those who insanely believe that free-coma. means an equal distribution of dollars among the people. r.vR.Mxo srnooi,. Ia nearly every city of any consider able magnitude the evening school constitutes one of the most beneficiil adjuncts of the public rchool astem. In Grand IUpid loch a school is main tained during thi winter months, but. it do? not receive the attention it valne to tht illtUrate entitles it tn receive. Very soon it will b opened for the prent ar-ason, but little or no promi nence will I? given to the anno'inre ment and knowledge of the etinenfe of urh a -hool Will b cr.fned to th fw rather linn to the amM ou many who lc to improve the-r men tal a-.piirement. It is creditable to our rt'm tiiftt such an opportunity is onVred t- 1!kj wh. hate eith?r bn otltd to boo I to earn a liteii hood or wivi Uu i:t hf, have awikmed lo the imfUa o( karaj-g, and therefore there is all the more reason that the ad v au tages cf 4 eight school should be placed before everybody who' may desire to avail themelvts thereof. ! T Ut re" are tome who insist that tie b.sitfit bestowed is out of proportion t. j tho expense incurred iu maintaining tho t Veiling school. The evening school is a part of the public system and should bo kept up as such without question as to its expense so long as the atten lance warrants the belief that a few at least are receiving instruction tu their proSt. Such branches of study should be taught as will round out and comj.leto ait education tnat w'ght have been broken ohT at the call of necessity, denying the ttudent an op portunity to attend the day schools. Tho-3 persons should be informed that such a school exists and invd.-d to attend the same. Elsewhere tho offi cers of the schools consider tho matter of Hi great importance that it is liber ally advertised and inducements arc held out to secure the atteudanco of the half educated and the illiterate. This practice; might be emulated with good results m Grand Eapidf. PROSPECTS ARE GRATIFYING. Col. lines Sees Itensweil Efldences o llepiibllcau Sucerw. Col. George C. Briggs, postmaster, had this to say concerning Fifth district politics: Ive been reading the inter views the TelegkamIIerai-d has pub lished from day to day, and have been much interested in knowing what Re publicans are thinking about this com ing content. As for mybelf , I don't think I have any solid chunks of wis dom on the subject, but the prospects are very gratifying. I've been making a tour of tho comity lately, attending to a littlo busiues connected with the country post-otlices, and although I haven't had time to UUk politics, I have heard enough to convince me that the Republicans are standing squarely to gether. All the fright and scare that people got a year ago about tho dire and evil effects of tho McKinley bill have entirely disappeared, and I find the farmers are rattier indignant to think of the great amount of lying that was done at that time. Even the Democratic papers arc now conceding that some tin is manu factured in this country, but they dis parage the amount. They forget that the problem is solved." no matter whetner we make one thect or four hundred. It is an industry that will grow, and I believe that in time, the tin industry will be as great in America as the iron industry now is. The false hoods of the Democrats about it won't help them a bit. No, 1 don't think the Farmer's Alliance will make very great inroads on the vote. Beople will find remedies for their troubles in their own parties, independent cf the Alliance. Thero is only room for two parties in this country. All side parties that fpring up aro usually serving the interests of one or the other of the big ones. Down in Ohio, they are having a big struggle; but there doesn't seem to be any doubt whatever that McKin ley w ill be triumphant. It is wolijknown that the National Democratic Commit tee is spending considerable money thero to defeat him, while our people are not spending anything to speak of. Tho Democrats have their very best speakers workine against him in the held, and they tell me that New York has sent her best speakers over to help also. They all know he is "game worth killing," but they never can do it. As for the Filth, it seems to me that Kent could pick up a man that would poll the largest vote. However, the nomi nee of the Republicans will depend much upon the action of the Demo cratic convention. We have excellent materal iu our raks; we have at least one hundred men from whom a judi cious selection could be made, a selec tion that would lead us to grand buc ceti." CALLED TO NEVw YORK CITY. Tlie Ker. Sprullla llurrord of This City Honored. The people of Grand Rapid.", whether church people or worldly, and regard less of sect, will bo interested to learn that tho Rev. Sprtulle Burford is to re turn to a charge in New York city. Mr. Burford has a ho3t of warm friends and admirers in this city who remem ber with pleasure his sojourn in this city as rector of tho parish of St. Mark's. He left this city to take tho rectory of St. Timothy's Church in New York and after remaining thero one year he went to Memphis, Tenu., to become rector of Calvary Church. After four and me-half Years of work in ttiat charge; his congregation has in' creased front -lOtl to CW communicants and Dr. Burford lias bo endeared him self to his people that they regard his departure with the keenest regret. The Memphis Commercial s;tys of him ed itorially: "The doctor has shown him self to be a churchman without being narrow, and has invited the respect of others by maintaining his own se'.f respect. Ho leaves his pariah iu god condition, out of debt with a well ap pointed rectory and a church buihiinr. that has l-een greatly improved by the careful e!ection of ecclesiastical turn ture. Tho education of his children has much to do in inducing his de parlure. His coming and staying have bc-cn creditable and hi departure will bo that of a true man, euuled by a h gh sense of duty to bis family nd tn? church." Mr. Burford ha txea called to the Church of the Iutereess.oa in New York and h:s resignation in Memphis takes place October '22. I.lertloii I - A iroa he. Beter Farweli was admitted to citizen ship in the circuit court yesterday after non. Gustave Graf was admitted to citizen ship yesterday ia the superior court. 5 vD A woman with a eanee.rotta aleeref fwrs stamllng rtl fire inches in di neU r has ben entirely relieved by it bUie of Swlft'a peific. J con. Mr its ffeta wooderfol, almost rai- fur. J. If. CAMinaxL, Clambwa, 0. Will Cure A yoang man nr tMs tntrn had an mUne cwer f'B hi f,r, whkh had jestrovf-d h ow arsvi wan eating to wards hla eyes. A a rert I rmt him en Swift s ipe-;f and It La rured htm enUrely aoarxl arwl Da. M. F. CRrsit.tT, itiherp, SkinCancer Treu-e rn Cyr niM fre. , flwlrtffclfi4 Co., Atlanta, A 6!1A!1D JHSCOVEBY. Something for Weak.Tired Women. Yoa wotaa, salesgirls, aud job wao are eo Caed ta See. Biills aad tetortea. Low fcear j li votr driiiiiery. bow wearlLX uyoa ytur rerves. how sitauati&ie t your strength, tow tluMiiu U jour tatti. You are Utea tier. uti. gaerl!i weak sod alasjs tired. You f iel languid, low ipiiltei. lifeless and mler aUie. erieuc a lai&tness, seas cf fuUnrs er tlotm; alur ia?als, irrrgalar appetite, cousiipailoa. beadacae. uareiiesaid 2raw a.-ep.bve materia, weak back, Latkacli. teai tus do a iibs. irregularities. The great ume tuvfgoraut aud fercal r KtoratiieVs r Ci's Nervurswa teci e Jy tu t&S-Vorld sure t restore streesib Ij ilits weakened and wors i-ut o tries. It Is the tresUst et all uterine loulcs audrvula tvfi. a.;d riii'Ct'T eoR.plttly cures Hi rrrn m 1 .191 SO WEAK AND KERTOCS." fema'.e weakqeaa. Purely vrgetaMe and harm less. Bruiulsts sell It. f X.V). "I nae been a sufferer from weakness, ner to us tie is and haluful tucaiirusUoa. I usd lr. Oreene's Nerrora. It acted lil: manic. Why do women suffer whea Xlr. Orto'a Nvrvura will sorely euro tbem? rACUsiKATsi-a. S Cannon-st, Poufibkeeple. N. Y." V" "D aa-Dr. Greene, the successful spei? A ' lalist la curlns alt forms ot rervous and chronic diseases. & W. 14th Street. New Yoik. can !e consulted free, perionally.er by letter. Call tr write bini aboat your cae, er send for symptom LUnk to fill out, and a let ter fu'ly explaln'.nz your dUeaso, clvloc ad vice, etc.. will be returuel free. The wonderful revelations that em anate from the youthful lip of James Lawrence, the boy medium, 84 Monroc t., has amazed the most incredulous citizens of this city. He can tell you which will he the winner in the coming races. Art You In It. The above relers to the cut prices on our line of -'ehirta to order." Only two weeks more. Grani Ranns Custom Sfiirt Co. McMulleu block, 19 and 21 S. Division. Ltlr White ft lour. Made by Valley City Milling Co., Grand Rapids, is a family favorite. Try it. Cheap Tickets to Chlcaeo. Account of the Exposition. Tho Lake Shore & Mich. So.R'y will sell excursion tickets to Chicazo on Sept. 22d and 29th, and Oct. Cth and 13th at 55.65 for the round trip, Including one aamission tn th Exnosition. Tickets will be good for return until the Monday fol lowing date of sale. 'Clara Chowder at Anderson's tonight. Lily White Flonr Makes finest pastry, Lread or biscuit. Tho best is most satisfactory. Ilappy lioosiem. W'm. Timmons. nostmaster of Ida- vill. Tnd.. writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for mc than all other medi cines combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver tiou bio " John Islie. fanner and stock man of same place Miys: "Find Electric Bitters to bo the best Kidney and Liver meuicme: maae me ieet nte u new man." J. W. Gardner, n ard ware mer chant, same town pays: "Electric Bit ters is just the tnmg tor a man wno is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies." He found new strength, good appetite, and felt just like lie had a new lease on life. Only 50c a bottle, a t Beck Bro. drug store Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised drug gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are alUict ed with a Cough, Cold or any Lurg, Throat or Chest trouble, and will ue this remedy a directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benclit, you may return tho bottle and have your money refunded. Wo could not in.iko this oiler did wo not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could I relied on. It never disappoints. Trial lottl s 10c, at Beck Tiros'. Drug Store. Large size, 50c ttud fl.00. tAfcT 6LEK1' XKIIITH Is the complaint of thousands sti tiering from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's En glish Remedy? It i the lct- prepara tion known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on apositivc guarantee at 25c and 50c. Ilucklen- Arnica Kale. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever pores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. His guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded, l'rice 25 conts per box. Fur sale by Bex k Bros., drug gists, ocrner Monroe and Divsion-sts, tor 0er Tlfly Year Me Wrfsmw's Pvynt:fo Ftsit has been nM for children tfethinc It aootha the et ild, softer the gum, allays sll pain, cure wind eoli-. and is ti e Ix-t remedy fer diarrhoea. Tweniv-nre eeuts a bottle. Tiles! l'ile: ltchinc file. SrnrTOH. Moiture; intense itching and stinging: most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which oftrn bleed and uicerate, becoming very sore. 8watse's Oijttmeivt top the itching and bleed ing, heal ulceration, and in most ensos removes the tumors. At drureista, or by mail, lor 50 cents. Dr. SwayneA Son, BhilAdelphia. Beckham's Croup Remedy cures whooping cough: A. J. SHELLMA5 fersnent V lKte1 at S V'lr.wt!, OnH Fsoid. Vl teted ftir spUe!- fre- ttr.t w'lfft lateatlrBrryed rret54- ot-1n err? TT'e at m!rat rr!re. Art'fieial hnmaa ry in every eMor. Ma et Uf prrac. TANTEP SOME SHALL ARTICLE TO HAJlUrACTURE. A. ALin:i'riK, Sne'.r " C. Z. t k -r tM'f4 TM-4. ad an IMuf Jeh tterk prWf aamea!f da. W rearl tireet. GLOAK DEPARTMENT. The arrival of our enormous stock of w Cloaks and wraps has necessitated making: an extensive addition to the former capacity of our Cloak Department. We invite inspection and comparison as re gards Quality, Style and Prices Our Garments aro all full Htandard length, tho le slrabllity of which will become more apparent iu tho near future. Walker Combination Plushes. We call special attention to our lino of Plush Jack kets, Kcefors, Sacques and New Markets, manufactured of the celebrated Walker Combination Plushes. Theso aro i-ositively unexcelled tor durability and rlchnes.i. Every garment is finished in a painstaking maimer. Wo show a full lino of sizes in all tho various styles abovo mentioned, Spring & Company. Ono of the new garments shown this week Is a lino Sergo Coat, tailor made and untrimmcd, designed es pecially for autumn wear. Another desirable garment for fall wear is tho Cloth Cape, ot full standard length in colors of Tans, Modes, Brown and Black. Spring & Company. Our assortment of Children's and Misses' Jackets, Grctchens and Newmarkets, both in plain and fur trimmed, is very complete. Tho materials aro varied, plain andplaidcd effects, made in tho latest style. Spring & Company. Inverness Kain Coats with full cape, stylo and eflect tho same as the more expensive Mackintoshes. This gar ment is tho best ever offered for $5.00; guaranteed waterproof. Tltesc arc shown in Tan, Brown, Navy Black and Plaids. Spring & Company. CKAVENETTES A new garment this season, ex tremely light, durable and stylish, designed especially for traveling, This gtirment is guaranteed waterproof and the constantly increasing demand for them is evi dence of their popularity. Wo show them in Peasant, Itaglin and New market styles with or without military cape. Spring & Company. Our Shawl Department is Complete in Every Particular. Dress Goods We arc showing extensive lines of Bedford Cords at ------ ....... . . . . . In all the new colors and shades. DO MESTIC DEPARTMENT Buckingham Novelties lO, iiiU and l."c, per yard.; arc an exact imitation of the fine all wool homo spun materials now no fashion able. These are shown in nil the latest effects and ire recommend them as being the bes cheap dress fabric in the market. Department 50 75 1 GO 1 25 Spring & Company.