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THE TEIiEGBAH HE3AIJ), FRIDAY MOIINING.OCTOBER 3, 1891.
GARDINER & BAXTER, FINE TAILOR-WADE CLOTHING. HIGH GRADE FURNISHING GOODS. I'AKKEK At ui n-.ii.Tier, No. 3d Wet I tryaia A eu. f.iueri dilators, ii 1 4JUili-t(. BREAKFAST BREVITIES Harry leo. ol Detroit, atate agjent f-ii tu- l.:i.,;U aal Wabash D-Itch, L iX lU-j c;iv. la iaiKrat c( Ir. Peter llosa will be Ut 11 tu; morula;.; ffoxn st. Andrew ' latht-drai at ) o'clock. J. U. UirrifWiA'iu, LouUville, trar tl -.g freiiflt a'rnt of tu- L. & N. road v li tuj city jvatrrdajr. Levi :x hol'u-id, i ap'-riate ndent of the rtuilleu.:; tora Planter t'otupauy, ol iiraud llareu, wm in the city jeter ii.y. S. I.tithr, Oakland, Cal., repre rutativj ol the (iraa.l Kipid Furni ture A.oeUti.on. U la th city fur a day. l'raak M. Ifc-cfcer. of this city, ha W:i granted -mk by the Hate board d auditor after iaveatbjatlns; the Uaim a iastructed by the l.-ialature. N. i. MePhee, a dry good merchant, tut located oa West P.ride-at. and I.a rented a brand new residence on rV-ril r.er-at.. Juat cotu;doted by John J. iVlknap. The Kp worth League of the IUt!-t.:ou-st. M. L Church wUl hold a social 1 nduy evening, October iiU, ut tho rnlnfi of the pastor, tlu P.--V. W il. Could, No. Co Uarclay-st. An cven.ng mj.er fj.aU.-d that A. M. lUihburu bad uid out in livery busi !. s at Uc corner ol Lagravc trectaiid Wealthy ttvcuuo bat .Mr. Kathuurn ulea tual thtru :s no tiuta m the re.- I ort. A braall fire started last evening at II o'clock in some rubiu under the fc;dt?walk ia from-of the Fuller block, No. lluroa street. An alarm was tent in and the Iir department mib tlued the blaze before any damage wa done. A soclai hand-shake and literary tntertuinuient will lie given by the plainfleld-ave. M. C. Thureh members thin t-vening. Nearly all the Method ist pastors will U- present and a good tiniM U expected. All are invited. lre-. Kddle Earl, the Keren-week-old son Mr. and" Mr. J. K. Loombs, died Wednesday of dropy, and was burled ycMterday. The services were con-duet4-d at the .family residence, No. .Ml South Ionla-t., at a p. M., by the Uev. Mr. oashall. The oclal given last evening by the rresbyterlan Ten at the residence of Mr. ami Mrs. George Clapperton, No. Wealthy-are., was well atteiuled ami wim a pecuniary ucces. The proeee!s will be deroted to the W'eat rulnnter Church on Lagrare-t. A camp fire will U; piren at Champ lin Hall, . A. R., No. ti3 West Itrlde- t., thi evening. All comrades and thir f am 'die are invited. Mrs. 8. L. r.rown, of Ithae.n, department prel Vnt. nd Mm. A. K. Flagg. depart cmat -ourxelir, will tx present. T!e Home and Foreign Missionary MK'itie of the Fark Congregational Church will unite lu a thank oiferln m rTice In the church parlor this nfter-i-oon. All ar lnrlted. Interesting pnier have been prepared by num ber. There were nltit 100 guests at th nupper given by the ladle of Cract C!ii:r!i at th r-H'tory lat ereain, and about J. was realized. The rrony will m usd toward the bu'.ltl Irr of n new c!i!irch. It I expected that rich gath?rlcg will be held once a month. PERSONAL MENTION. "W. O. Ilushart, Jr., was ia Saginaw Testrrdny. K. J. Ware has gone to St. Louis on tus:nei trip. Mim Jennie Whctrr.ora has returned from Yr;Unti. Mis frff,jent A. Firth ia rijitinj friends in Mur ?. Mr. Mary Strickland if visiting friends at St. Johns. Mr. Oeoig Mclntyro is ipendmj? a few day in Muskegon. S. K. McTh?r?oa and family left for Madrcne, CaK, yeterdar. Mr. and Mrs.O. W. Knox, of Hart, urert tn the city yetcrday. Mrs. Kmmett Wiseman, of T Itap ld, was in the city yesterday. Mi ifolii Jewell hi returned from a wtek's ri'it with friend m Ypsilanti. Mrs. K. H. Thcmas nnd d.tuhter Fm will leave Monday for Otuwa, Canada. Norman Cooper, of Sturjrs. Mich., jthecuetcf his brother at No. 2 Thonni street. " John W. Hallack, proprietor and edi tor v I thepaitA Sf utmel, was in tho city r"t rd.iy. Mi Ne!l;e Knrnott has rtnrned to I.uthrr, hatini conij;leUd her studies) m stenography. Frank and ;eorjc Sutton, cf Ann Arlor, are rfit.nit the family of Ir. Clirs 11. Jfhnon. fr. and Mrs. Arth r Woo.1, of Ells worth avenue. hv ftonc? to Psttls) Creek to sj end a wek. .M;sJe.e Sterfrsou, dsughfrr of Fo"tniter SJerer u of Fru trrt, is r tini er !trr. Mr. Charles lLch:rd Kin.cf No. "Ct. nve. Henry Smith, a fruit gTOwrr and marltet f .srdner rf Srrd Fv:tp-.J, a re!a t:re of If. Krott, n his rour.ds of tr-. state, stopped ;u Luther lit week. Mr. hirith run the Iar2t ereenho ie ia th9 srale. Luther r.ntrpr;e. CCSSiP CP THE HOTELS- T. r;rtir! rf IIt!i, Is a fT'O't .t rct.. If: i rrnrley, of fvtr'f, wji , ITtt at Stft' yrJrrd.r. L " Fon. a M mV"c- i cMh!.nac riereh.nnt, ! t'l Morten. W. F. Hwxhnrf. a It.r:t ir; rinwc nnt. t Bt th M-tn. C.P. Frown, of Ilol'.ind. took d,n trer a? tb ClArTi'l.n yeterdr. "I'm crMsr k tn Nw Mxic trn et." aUl F. V. VtrIf n th f.rton ytertay. "You are n:e pet f lj p Ijrre and yir whiaky is first- v'ais, but I can i :aul your i;:'i'rnal ti-M veatLer. l'a. y,: t huui- w Lfr a rm." I-i Stho.'i'Ui. who k-ancfju't ur fjrtipiti.ter! a: iiruud llavta, plaild tru.- Kit LaLiJ.' ; d iU.-rau'e diar tr teriay. J. Cbapra, a Fattle Cre i physi cian, ALU U - R. Wyiaau, a U ulte Cioad laoit-.'rtuau. were amoix the Late arrival at tue Mjrtou ial uiut. Leo Autriau uiul Kuu.Jipu Suiui gr, of I'Li s'u, urv at tlx-: Mjriu. 'iL;y aie laic tcd.iuiaot urers uf tur iiture, and are la t'u - city attiudin,; a sait over soui-i iniyorttd plate gia. Ilc liuu. L. A. bruu, oi KAiAUj Umj, u at iu Iotlou. lie soieinuiy d -tiirt L mi l id tou tfither n poi:i.Cil Lu Do or boise nUtis, aua ftgri Uitu lci scvoidiLiy. A. A. Ja'Ui, of Detroit, traveling paoff.giff a- at cf the Northern Fa aix. L at 6 v eet's. A. Spraae, of th same phu'., wao is travedia pa trii.Xrr ag-ut for tin LomaviUt? and Nueuvilie, U at the Morion. Capt. A':n, Murk Steveu and Mark Ureter all male t-iieetriK's at various towiL ia tli-' diatrk-t la-t night, and all returuvd to the Morton Uoa. to .!-p. At a late hour ther were sit ting In th? lobhy diacusfln Low lunch god they were doai for their re--IHctie parties and how HttK the otlr fellow wire goin to h. In It. Th- uaaulujou opinion of Steven was that he could do more good In a minute than Allen ever could, and Hrewer was positive that the efforts of both con:b.ued would appear iml uificaut b-'side oiu of hi speeches. "I have been visitir? the city school all day," sa.d 11. II. i attf;:0'id. Oi the Michigan caool Moderator. at uignt. "And I'm surprised at tne execieut sj:iuitlon they are in. I think .Mr. Chalmers h Uoiii; very good work. I peut m.t of the foreaoon at tue new training k-J.ooI. Mrs, Oo-s and Lcr alf tants are doing ceUint work tlaire. Whin 1 sec what-'aji unprove meiut that is over Grand tjapldi cadet nystem, I aru nurprisetF tliat they never had It before. Tde Spirit "of tho pupiL. ctpeclally the llijursclir, wvino to hi unusually 'go'rCl.The ilis cipliiiO of all the schooli s:n nbove th? ordinary. Mr. Carmen labora tory U now the best equipped in' the State, in my opinion. Nc there can Ik? r. doubt that the Grand Rapid uchools are doin good work. I'm going to stay and a ft end the gen eral teachers meeting Satu.day." CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS. Mr. Allsa tbafls Mr. Brcwtr ana say thm Outluwk is Uraud, "Hello Mark!" yelled cx-Consrcssmao Alien to ex-Cousressmau lirewcr in the lobby of the Morton yesterday. "Say, Mark, that was a mighty gool ppecii you made here. And, that Ions ouotation from oni of my speeches wa mighty good too, and you delivered it accurately, but you didn't give me any credit for It. Fll see you alone." Then turning to the reporter for tile Telegram-Herald he said: "I've bteu down la Ohio helping McKinley; but McKlnley Is safe, and now I'm going to help you fellows. I spoke at East Liverpool tho other night, Camplwdl spoke there the night before and told the workingmen that they were all slaves and were made bo by the Mc Klnley bill. I went around to the big pottery factory the next day and found a long table there with $13,000 on it. Thi wa to pay t'n men for two weeks work. I was sorting over the envelopes and asked the cashier how much, each employe earned a week. He said some of thorn earned as much a five or six dollars a day; but the employes averaged twenty shillings a lay api"ee. Now If .that is the kind of slaves tlui McinKley bill makes, it's about time for the .American worklng-nu-n to be slave. Mr. Campbell has antagonized every single iiulustry in th- state, and Fni confident he will 1 defeated -by at least 20.000 plur ality. People are going to be surpris ed wh-n they ses the vote counted. I've bejii'in Massachusetts too. The Republican will carry everything In that state except Governor. The demo cratic candidate, Mr. Ilusseli, U a very popular main, and I th'.nk hi will ba abl'-' to pull thecug'a all right. Iowa Is the onli state- I feel anyway doubt ful about. Th y may go democratic. Th3 whole campaign In these states I behig based upon the questions of tariff and currency, the real issues be tween the parties. State questions are not being considered at all." MEETING OF CUSTER POST. At the last meeting of Cmter Post, G. A. I:., the ladies of Custer Uetief Corp appeared with a bounteous lunch wlnc'a was spread before the veteran. The pretended object of the rorp was to surprise the post, but the ladies turned it lnio.a surpiUe lor their president, Mr. Alta Sicwart. It being the twentieth anniversary of her marring', she was presented an elegant silver fruit set, with appro priate remark. At the meeting of the post Captain Judd, Hydorn and tap per wero appointed a committee to prepare resolutions on the deaths of Comrades Whitfield and Parker, and Captain Hydorn, Vierdier and A. P.. Bartlett to prepare resolutions on the death of Comrade Chas. I). Rohc At thrt mxt m flin; of the post, rcmbr 11, n camp fire will he piren. to which all tr- posts of the city will he in rited. Th" lr. Filey, of Indiana, whom the Wesleyan conference rcn snred for being a memlier of the (',. A. F... w.i present and made a few re mark. A reolutIon wa offered by Capt. II. A. Hydorn, cordially rleoia inz the fomrsil, wh'ch was enthusi astically adopted. Y. M. C A. NIGHT SCHOOL 5vref.Try Ward, of th V. M. C. A., 1 artiv'r enzag-1 In forming rla for educational Instruction nnd lu pro rurln bitrurtor In the nvrnl brarhe to 1 tnucht. It 1 ds'ened to tnrt a nLcht school for members rf th- . lit ion. tn N hl 1 nn a work, tvidarvag NorembT 10. Stno .Cfipy. Mokkeeplns. Ofh'-ftral run l. nrh.n!.il drawlrr nd el-vtricnl seine vrHl he tTl?h hr cip,iV tenher and th f"rt whool tvill held at th ?' is t ion roon, h'it ot'i'r ap.srtmnt Tir h joi'ywq'ifnt-Ir- procured. Prof. Carman, of th Hich cho.vJ. hfl enrntel fr pn of th fri?rnetor, luit th f.i'I rr,rpn hss m Tt ten lffnls!y fir-xard. Pnpt' wHl ,- rei'i!red to tecom metahers of the ao.-;.f irj. T A CHtSTLY PUC Pe. TVCmp s jn M ps"'A-n rir nd T J.ieh Pni. r,f TVlkT townhfp. who eornmittI -!itri hy fittir-c M t?irnt In J't'v. li.". Th Moo! t?itf f-om ri'tin's Junior reTtA:T Tron th rron. Terdr, to prnr tbt Mrvil ffri Mn N iftM nfr mT!T rer. th doctor rn!,1 fi.rv dn of prov.d rt Trdrorn to th o'd hiy-i t?sii an t It irnrltM F.V msf'e. Wfcoro-rof ft cane la contact with ti blood, It produced an eflervtsceuce of a light ioior, comjdfUiy driJioastraticj it oUiCk aelivu. PiOPLE'S PAHTY MEETING. UutcbtM X1U A4srM SwwL-,1,. Hail at me corucr of West Iivia.u ami Itowtrry-sts., was filW-d las ii.ai by aa uuJjeiiev jl workiag iLta vuo a-mi-d to hear the pru-t-.pi-s ol the i'wiue'i party Uicusod. Fdward Hutckaue. the I'ecle's can didate for ugre. and L. V. Moultou. candidate for police justice, wer the speakers- L'r. Lrwin iutroluced Mr. Hutchlua. who spoke for something over an Lour. Mr. Hutchius called attention to the circular ioued by ths secretary of agr;tulture, cailiug attention to the uepreed couuitiou of agriculture; he spoke of the dvsfltute coaditiou of tL eastern miners, and regretted that could uot noid a picture oi pros perity up to hi audieuce. l'lluen yt&rs uo a man with a trade was ubove board and now he can uot Bet work uulesii the bo is euudcscendiag enough to give it to him. Mr. Hutehln said the tariff was as nearly settled tiow as It would be iu t;veutydhe jvar. aud wa only a bone to keep the eyes of the workingmen away from tho real issues of the day. He then drew a melancholy picture for his audnoe of Jiow bankers elected to congress mad'-' laws for bankers, nud how ly the Lauking sys tem banks received interest on their debt instead of paying interest oa them. lie denounced the. "cusM-dness" as he termed It of the general government in granting lands to tho railroad companies, and said the monopolies of the country were harmless in comparison with such steals, lie theu enlightened the audi ence upon the sub-treasury scheme of the people's party, and made an ap parently plausible statement of how the government could loan money to the Statej, the State to the counry and o on to the individual. Three Cheers were given for the speaker nit the cloo of his address, and L. V. Moulton was Introduced amid the only enthusiaitlc applause of the evening. He said other republics had failed because o ' privileged classes, and that thi government was In danger. He had nothing against the rich or against any class, so long ns a man made his money In legitimate busi ness; but he regretted that thierea had mad( a howling success of their business i.nd honest men had general ly failed. He believed in a protection that protected the weak against the strong an I legitimate business against robbery. He said he had no sympathy for the man who crys out ngalnst the employer. Each is necessary to the other. The trouble is that both ore caught In the same trap and in stead of trying to gnaw each other out. they fall In and bite each other. If there were a good gorernment at Washington there would never be any strikes In Grand Rapid. He referred to the last election law ns the grand est thing ever done for the purity of the ballot, and wound up In a burst of elonuenee exhorting the voters to do their duty to their consciences next Tuesday. FINE ATHLETIC EXHIBITION. Metropolitan Hall, on Tearl-st., was crowded last evening, the occasion being th opening exhibition of the Grand Rap ds Independent Athletic Club. The entertainment consisted of acrobatic feale, heavyweight lifting, trapeze acts, sparring, Griceo-Roman wreftling and song and dance, bmitl. and Krurg r aopeared before the aud ience in their heavyweight lilting acts, and performed some extraordinary rnus:le testing feats. Fallon and SlootmaUer were greeted With applause while producing their double trapeze act. The horizontal bar experts, the Garnello brothers, gavo some enter taining agile leaps on the bars which were duly applauded. The club quar tet responded to two encores and were loudly applauded as they retired tho last time. Edward Smith's serpentina twistings in his "A'l on the Quiet" act were greatly admired, and tne three-round -p'rri"ng match le tween Koaciic and Fallon wa c!oely watched. The Grreo-Komau wrestling match between hsiiithand Krugger was exciting, and held the audience fpell boitnl. D. H. McCarthy made his first appearance as a member of the club in song and dance aud acquitted himsell in un entertaining manner. The pro gram concluded with groupings by a portion of the club, and everybody ap plauded the exhibition of siring mus cle an fteadv nerve. The club is in a prosperous condition, and has ample room in it new quaiters for giving ex hibitions aud for a co.nplete gym nasium. Thes exhibitious will be con tinued at intervals during tho winter. - Wraiarn Michigan 3Inticat. Themusicale given at the .Western Michigan collegs last evening was a brilliant success and was honored by & crowded house. The artists were re peatedly encored and tho audience ex hibited the utmost enjoyment through out the evening's entertainment. Oh. Pspst She had ben away all summer. The mountains had felt her stately I tread; the sea had Uken htr to its ever changing bosom and folded her in its Ml j lowy arms. , She had Girted with everything ia pantaloon iroin l oini to uar usr bor, from Mount Mitchell to the Adiron dack's. Sh ha J tasted the aweeta of hope: he h vl drained the bitter cap of disappoint ment. Now fa at borne agrain. Horn: Tne Mecca cf the weary pil rrim; the Canaan beyond the wilder eesi; the altar aronnJ which we all kneel in thankfulness; the dear walla which take os to their lorinx embrace and hide ns from the comfortless world without Home aain, and a peace tad come to br she had rerer known inc site had Irene out ia June aa the birdlet from iU test. At the front door her deaf, old fathw Fttghest of all in Leavening Powct. who LaJ lwu at Lis desk Un hour dily &U the wtiry wiiil sii w )', tatt vr. 'My daughter. Le taii. holimg cat bis anii u her. Like a tirrd wanirer, foot aora nd heart tick, the cam to luio. Trustingly, cttfidicily. rtf ally, ah laid her soft whit fiw, in it frtzse of f oldu hair, upon bos bosom. 'At lAt," the m armored, "at last 1 have fuoaJ aoi on to be a popper ta tae." And tho dear old father, in the ta laultuou joy of kariu bis darlinj child again, didn't catch oa. Detroit Fre Prcsi. Istcilstiu!. "Just fahncy, WeginaJd, Tv forgotten rua cahrd case." "Nerah miad, deah boy, 111 lend jou tome of mine." "But ah the name would be differ ed, you know. "Bah J ore, so it wonld! Yhat ft bead jrou bare, Algyl" Life. A SOLDIER OF TWO MRS. Tit Ecsps of Csptsln Eli Foster from Lib by PrUos. Captain Eli Foster, who died the other day at Chicago, had experienced bis full share of war's alarms, perils, glory and discomfort, lie was born in Pennsyl vania and in 1S15, when but eighteen years of age, sought the bubble repnta tion at tho cannon's mouth ns a member of the army that invaded J jico. He eerved with conspicuous valor, and when mustered out a littlo after his twenty first birthday held the rank of a lieu tenant. At tho beginning of the civil war be organized a company of the Thirtieth Indiana volunteers, and aa captain saw a good deal of active service until Sept. 20, 1863, when he was captured by the Confederates at Chickamauga. He was sent to L i b b j prison, where he remain ed until the fol lowing February. On the 9th of that month a tunnel was completed captain ru toster. through which 109 northern soldiers made their escape. Of these Foster and fifty-seven others reached the Federal lines. Tho captain was kept busy for eight days and nine nights dodging his pursuers, and when he got to his friends was nearly exhausted from hunger and exposure. On recuperating he returned to the front and rerved until the end of the struggle. He was long a resident of Chicago, and for tho last two years acted as lecturer at Libby prison, which, it will be remembered, was taken down some time ago and transferred from Richmond to the Illinois metropolis. It was his duty to relate the history of the tunntl and tell how the escape was made. One of the prisoners who got away was Colonel A. B. Streight, of Indianapolis. He was quite a big man even then, got stuck in the hole and had to be shoved through, losing considerable flesh and clothe3 in the process. A few days be fore his death Captain Foster was show ing the tunnel to some visitors And ex plained that only persons of medium size could traveree it. "Now, this man," he continued, turning to one of the group, "couldn't have gone through." "But I did," retorted the person indi cated, who chanced to bo Colonel Streight, "and you helped boost mo." Ths Clus and Cray Reunion. An appeal for financial aid has been issued by Colonel E. T. Lee, of Monti cello, Ills., and Major Lamar Fontaine, ot Shaw, "to all survivors id the late conflict between the north and south, and to all citizens of tne United States who are frieudly to the move ment inaugurated to bring veterans of both armies together in one grand en campment at Chicago in 193, during the World's fair. We need money to make this reunion a success. Ours is a mission of peace, and its grand object is to bring the boys who wore the bine and thote who wore the gray together, in one camp, under one flag, to talk over the incidents of the late war around the camp fires on Lake Michigan, and to let the world see that our union is found ed upon a firm basis and is cemented with the l est blood that ever coursel the reins of mortal man, and that it is the common property of a newly born veneration." Wall Taps. A noble pattern in wall paper Is a finely modeled Cower de-luce printed In bufTs and crem on cream rn'.ca prennd, the rronnd slf bicK mbr.d with a minute flcwor de luc. 1 he frie bus an toUrsed flower-de-luce rtpest with IntmwiDing ribbons in blue on a crrsm urennd. Tfce ceiling to correspond coniU of bufTscd cram rib bons interlaced on plain rream groanl. Coaa'.dtrAble liberty ha IWn takowith thU conrenti'-nal mctirr,f French fame, and in the prtTt cathe rcotirehss ba mads to terrainst In overlapping ftber llke forms tbst aire a fnllnw to tfc dv tisa that we hsr nertr sen equaled. Ia fact tbe mnnufactnrera style tLm tie Asotricen fioweMe-lnce, and It would he TJ. S. GoVt Report, Aug. 17, hard to Sui iu tj'uti ivr bci.ne trf eJeit. Freaejitly iLt ground i ia lltide4 eviy, lL Outline be: iu yJk. sxd butf, vLh Kites aqesit &d bea-utul It h.itt9 psurra U in rl s4 outlinsd wna oa crvai grcuL.1. Vtfcjts &re aisa rtfetts tn tu.S asd It ou Urra toll rouuds. . Tts u.ut i'tarn-ftig grtuB i i-f ail ar tLs iftil bn- f rv.a wca.uj IB', crw, unit, fcre tas stsca f a sicrsof fid s:ls It6 utWr a&l Furcuasr. A Pes Ceafrss Llsgat. The Unite! ?tatrs will I represented at the Utiveral Pe.ie courress, which tu-x-ti at Ilwine, Italy, Lrit inenth. by Mrs. Mary Frost Oriaeby, who Las gained proxui h 1 i.e cf late its a c. utupion cf eco 11 i:uc rtforas r.i.d the single tax d. ttrit.e. bUe Las K ::g been an kC- tive member of roaia, and is a member cf that society'e commit tee on Louse and ants. M. r. onsiftST. home. She be longs to the executive board of the Uni versal Peace union, and is vice president of the Woman's National Press associa tion. Mrs. Ormsby ia a vigorous and independent thiuker and occasionally utters views that startle Ler hearers. A TJmlt4 Capacity. Some weak kneed husbands with very large wires are not able to bold their own. Oalrestou News. Uarvstt Tins. A man has attained a ripe old age when he begins to fall off. New Orleans Picayuae. Marrlag I, !. Tt followluz Is a 1st ot ths raarme llcni?s luet itnce Ut iuhl'hed, w t the nmt4 rf s!1pncej (Lea outside tae cltr) si: 4 ats of the part.f J: Are. YI!1 it If. B.il'r. Solon, Mich.. Fmma f'ouK. N s Ml. h '-:t John lloorr a id, Jal.anita Minr 21 -U GKATIFYINO Tl ALL. Thn high position iittaind and the univcrs.il acceptance and apyroral of th pleasant, liquid frmt remedy bvrup of Figs, as the nio-t exclb-nt laxative known, illustrate lUf valiit f the qual ities on which its mcefM is bised and arc abundantly jrr-t!fyins to the Cili ornia Fig ciyrup 0 jtnjauy. Oysters Poultry, Game, Fish. The best of evrrythlnK can always bo found at Dettenthalcr's. Uly Vf hits risur Is made from the choicest wheat. For bonnets, toques and child'rens goods in all the latest stylen and lowest prices, visit Adams & Co., IK) Monroe St., opposite Morton House. For colds, croup, asthma, bronchitis and sore throat use Dr. Thomas' Eclco tricOil, and get the penume. Mly White. The Valley City Milling Company has no peer in the manufacture of flour. Try 'he LILY WHITE. New neckwear arriving nearlv every day at T. W. Dunn & t'o.'e. XtemoTal. After occupying the old quarters for fourteen years. I have removed to the corner of Monr -e and Ionia-sis. opposite Morton House and over People's Saving Hank. DOK J. LZATHKR. Would you ride on n railroad that Uics no danger signal? That cough is a signal of danger. Tne afefetcurois Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup. bold ly all dealers ou a" guarantee of satis faction. Files! l'llcs! Itching I'llss. rVMrro.Ms Moture; intense itching and t-imging: iuof-t at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming verysore. Swayne's Ointmlnt stops tho itching and bleed ing, heals ulceration, and iu most cases removes the tumors. At druggists, nr by mail, tor 60 cents. Dr. wayne& bon, Philadelphia. Pcckham's Croup Eemedy cures whooping cough. For Over Fifty Tsars Mss. VTrssiow's Foothiso Pmrr bsi ten nd for children teethms. It "aotbet the child. K.ftr the sums. slUy all i s.n. ruresvrind colic, nnd Is the brat remedy lor dlarrbuea. Iweuty-fi ve cents a bottle. TAKENT? 0'e 0 rh.ldren 1 knoTWdr rf Uonk-keeMtu. .".crtuud. ly rewriting le est ai'bi, Ac. IT WILL BE MUCH FOR TI1EVJ 'S TB4S JuPJtET. Edue.it t .. rft 111 1 -t Rpdn Otle"i bumnes College, Ledyard B c er. IVsJ andOttavMs. VlsU us. For ra.talocu ad dress A.& i'ansh. succror toC. U Mreur ft'-.... -is 1P G11EAT BARGIANS IX VALL if At NELSON BRO S. & CO., 68 ItlONROE-ST. Ir. I- T O Wlirv. Tent Hss rerrf-Ted to Tb GktX Piocsr, OVER Jdoj:Efrs T0r.F.. fTT,e eflr4 in a?! ri's f t.t-y. rij gf ff a. n. T a after krs bt arpiataesL OS t sbael'k. Leceenot tliba iti. lata iitm. i C. Hil y the Grocer, TILST FAMILY FLOUR. x 2 16 sak, et-c; K.3 wl pUOlCE TOTATOIS. 4 v per tu; 10 tu lot ti ptr peck S IU (or ti.00 26 IU Ur IU0J t lbe tor rc QKAXUULTEU SUGAR. J7X C SUGAR. Q00U BAKING POWDER. rjsEA PUST. Kk ir lk J LARS GERMAN FAMILY S0AI y LBS ROLLEli OATS pi'RE LEAF LARP, lor T Sc ptt b "f OCUA AND JAVA CCITri. pUOICE MARICAB0 COFFEE. Sic per 1 QHOICE 10 COFFEE, j QU0ICE Bin ERIN E JIIOICE RICE COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON Tic per lb ::c pn ii 4 lbs for rant lor Z VEW HOMEMADE CATL'P VtW DRIED CHERRIES s I per ib I () LB BASKET CONCORD (J RATES. tor rU'ltRANT. CRAPE AND PEACH JELLV (JH01CE bMALL MACLLhLL, 2 t t 1 cans sardines for Z.a ATT5TARD AND PWCED f ARDIN1 i tsa lcr :5s choice maple syrup. tlprralea 'EW RA1?IN.. :0:p-r:b CAPE COD CRANBERR1F.5. J I f per lb: 3 lit tor !e VEW DRIED BLAtkbEKKJES .er .b. or a it s for CHOICE FWKET IDLR AND NLWLV DK1KD POPtAlRN. VEW FIGS IScrerlb Hradiusrtera for all Kinds of FruHsand Veneiabies. snl at I be Lovr- t hu t t'sll aud be (onviorei. Car delivery free. 'I He,il)one li.'. Mall orders will receive prompt tUeLf.cn. I. C. HATCH. 125 Monrie-sL I i. .', ,f v"? -V- vv. s. LEQMR Notice ol Removal ! 9f? We hare removed the sale r otn I r our ' bl'OKM DOO!'.. lx' u:. iiici i:aw, CFKAMEK.S tid J.AK.II CLOSETS to our factory, coiner Ottawa- hrS 5tX . M!id (i. K A I. 11. 11. Flt B..- M call there lor the above good. .; 7 $TZ I AL If A LE OF S uiloiiij's Rochsstsr Mm Vf. o sdlm revi!li,;: i:r.t. lor o -A r -!. i. witrr reTvir a it bii'U kh- .tjor f" .y.V 82H.eO. N-. fwitli h ell nurnitrg CJoft. 'f- lor 3.(N. i.? ilKTifiloif t- - !y f.rt e'w. Vi of ' ai,t ,,,Hx ,r t.mtcil. W'r hf -o XTint 11- VJ cUl k uvi ja Hini iif toe. 'z $ 0 t H. Leonard's Sors&Ca. S j 29 and 31 e'erroe-ti. X vlve vX-.V v.o v,? W V ANTED SOME ' MALL ARTICLE TO MANUFACTtRL V. i:. ALUKKTIK, Su er !. r. Tn'Mri LOCKSMITH: Ft r rnlrert. ki;d all k l.f J..b Work 1 rrfiuHly and neatly doo. U l'mri lr el. TULIP BULBS Have arrived. PRICE LIST! U'S8 tKjf Get Prices and See tho Qual- T.R.RESWICK&CO. 123 MONIiOE fTPrET. Ttiepbone 14. PAPER!