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JED IELEGHAU HESALD. HONDA Y MOKXING, NOVEMBER 2, 1891.
DRIVEN FROM THE FEAST A Bali-Headed Eegte cf Xpicnx ea Tajtn EATS LAjIB CHOPS 11 THE TREE TOPS Billxlkl Leeere A Jfoted Creofc tptfi Mrvi Kit le4el;e 1 a stb( Affrajr a Ifarvelou stores of eagle carrying wy children, -hf a ad, other siocic cfeU ta be f eatiue of tne old time criool reader. Lapeer county ha uch ft Ule up to dat. Thursday after noon Gastcu Burt, a farm hand, while diggin.; potatoes h.ard ft l:gotain-Lke aw-sr aUve me had. Loo.t up be beheld uianirnotn bald headed, eagle. The bird tie by biraaad acooped. up a tin mr:no lamb from an adjoinicg field. His kiugship bore the animal away anJ atter -iepositinK it carefully in the crotch of a tree, began a feast oa lamb chop. Uurt burned to the house and got a rirle out missed, the bird which Hew regretfully away from iu banquet alteravaiu endeavor to dislodge the remain of the Iamb and carry it alone. Caledonia has a reading circle. Day laborer are scare in Freeport. Burgiare are anaoyinz Fenton citi zen. IcnVa electric railway will be three Ulile l0n. Lumbermen predict a good year for busme in Pellaire w,U have senea of club parties this muUr. The Saginaw river ii lower cow than for many year past. lUldwin's dramatic club will reor. gauze for the winter. Gobleville Knights of Tythiaa have completed a new hall. Muskegon huntars will kave a grand quad hunt t'us week. Th? second crop of strawberries is be:n gathered at St. Joe. A Sunday -enool aoeit!on has been organized at Svr.n L:ike. Tne Ludmgtou club house vrill be completed be fur e snow flies. Saranac farmers find raisins popaorn a new and raying industry. The Caledoni?. creameiy closed Fri day after a successf ul season. Charles Cole, a Marlette mm, is pick ing green peas from his garden. ML Snobtlc a Suth Haven man has invofticd a pouto bug destroyer. Cashmere Lrooks fell into a Tat of boiling brine at bay City Friday and wan horribly scalded. Six new factories and three hundred people nave been addu to Reed City during trie past six months. A Waldrou farmer named Town has grown ttiree qushes that weigh re spectively 61, 70 and 91 pounds. Tramps wno locate at th3 Mason ja hereafter will I? treated to bretd and -water and will carve wood to pay for it. Dorr has a new paper, the Times. It is a neat little eight-page attair. Frank J. Luic is cd.tor and proprie tor. Elk Rap:ds went on a first-class toot Friday, when tae contruction tram rolled over the cew rails into toe vii lage. Qlv. A. M. Brodlie, of Cincinnati, lias received a cad Iroin tne nrst con gregational church at Manistee at a salary of 1-000 per year. r.lrbard knee, arrested at Muscatine, la., for stealing guns from II. Waruf, of Kalamazoo, proves to be a notorious crook, safe blcwer and burglar. The little son of Thos. Brown, of Marlette, fkll head down into a kettle of lye recently. The doctor thinks he can possibly save the s.ght ut one eye. Postmasters appointed: F. Dnnant, ct J. C. tovee, resigned. Amy Oak land Co.; J. A. Wood an I, vice II. Avery, resigned, Slocum's (irove, Mus kegon Co. Th residences of J. A. WaUon, B. F. Kings, II. W. Jenoines and J. II. Davidson at Benton Harbor burned at out '-o'clock Friday morning. Loss, fully I'jOoO; msu:ar.ce, 5400a. Jaatvs Tobias, an ad farmer, was sttuck by a tram Friday while driving across the M. C. track near Iansing. His r'ht foot ws cut off and he re ceded other injuries of a serious na ture. He miy not recover. Both horses wcr killed. The naniury ofUcer at Bap City has vis. ted sventy-three typhoid and ma larial fever patents, and has found that forty-four used hydrant water, twenty well water, two li.tred water, two mineral waivr, and turee water afttr it wa boiled. Charles W. Hmith and M:is Lillian Johnson prominent young society peo ple of Hillsdale eloped to Toied and wre married to weeks ago during the absence of the bride's parents who op posed the mvlch. Tne fact of the uiar riace has just leaked out. There will he a general rush of young and pretty female visitors to the Ka!a roajtco asylum row. Friday a young lady guest wbde pa:ng through the men's ward was suddenly seizrrt by a lunatic and warmly hugged. I be at tendants delivered her from her unbal anced embrace. Will Cathro, John Mooney and Frank Fmith, three boys of Lapeer, g t into a quarrel Thursday n ght, wben Mooney drew a knife and sUbted Cathro severely in sevcrsl placet. Cathm'i r;zhl ee was completely de strpyrd. M.mey was arrested, but FsBith escaped. Cathrs is Sn a crrt.ca cordition. Flectr c 1 ht men found black wal nut joist in a G'Uwatrr rrsideoce they wcr wir.rx. Whea lh house was b-nit 4 yesr ssj-j liars: iiinut timfer was worth J j-rr M. If the house stands much longer there will 1 mere vine m Us jo.st than in it l!oor, ratt ers sh r.files and all other jpatU put to-g-ther. rer.stors grir.trd Mich'gsn appCi-ca.its- Or :x r! J.-;.-fh yr, Kd ward Kery. V;i; am II. fintith, Hr l(?w A. N rhV,!, llurr Kinney, Ja ph Marble, l.:ncoIij H. Msree, Ar tiinr W. Landing. Mel tin Mcntey, J2eIewis, JefTerm Vst. Addi tional K tne? ?k inner, Jonn Fh'l brooks, Fli Ktnear, Mer:0 GomM, J. ii. MiSUr, Ki pha.et raieertr,ii, Leroy Caraway, J bn lrtienf h, Allrt Klusdts, rrck Flaoasran. James Jj.fr. Kfnettal ar inerea Iib-m-r Koortrant. Ir-creae Dsrius K. I'e-k, M-!r;sTi Jtrnst Jn'in R. C ran ds!', Gecrr W. Pe!s, Hr.TT M. I.dlr, H-hujier Jer'.. Jas H. 'f.Vi-.vtl h.sr". i, rar, mt Rrt em, J.'hn cthli. ln;el Freeman, m MtCun. Veraoo C, Wttkns, Krr Ptr.a, t I!r's C. Crs. Jo'tii F LiStiH-k, Wiil'sni P. Cowtn. Henry i--!vtt. THr K M:r. Jn M l ler, "Wi;i aiu Kjan, Jaliu U. irackas- jMsi. Pin: I D. K:chardon, JaeoH Cci. tfeiseuWiey A. Msiler, Jota Sftelii, Jo:n tiiU, George rlanJ, Sscutt Wilitstoa, Oeorge VYiihams, fa-trick Wat-rs. EeiM ie and mtreae Adi:aoft Ka.iog-.. Original wuiw, e!. Suaaa K. Hove. Sr& ii. fctri, father cf Natcaa Esaua. Hear Ceo. Byroa U. Cutcheon at Hartuan s hali Moudiy evening. ARI WCLMAN5 RtCCRD- t U Craiajc t rt PlUlal (trMr, Arie Woltman, who i attemptis to giin notoriety La Ottaw.t eoaaty by poiUi? a a martyr to thu dearta tf fat otiieea for refuulieiu at thti be ianiD? of the Ha.rri-x.rn adniiai!trntion tIof hot have au enviable reiatution for fidelity atd politieal bonor at hotce wiit-re te U bt-ii kiowu. To refate the r-Ot ut article in the lmocrat it Is only ti?cr;iry to rt'ite a few facta well known at Holland. iir. V.'ultiiiaa dil cot own the house te wJld aud which he called hi homi'. at the time he moved to Holland, and did not occupy it for several year pre ceding Li removal, and the conveyance of the property was wade- pursuant to the term of & contract which had Uta made Ion before Mr. lllkuap wan ctailnated forcongreM, and there fore was not made bcauje he expected to be made United States Marshall a he allt-grd. He moved to Holland In January, ls.vj, within a week after his term of sht-riff had expired, and b-pn the business cf manufaeturlng cigars, in vesting several hundreil dollars In to bacco wbich would indicate that he did not even contemplate being United !-tate Marnhall. Aa oon as he went to Holland he bjan laying hi wlrvs for the position of Mar-'aall of that city, and madman effort to secure the nomination for that office in the republican city cou vtaulon in th spring ol lbs'J, bat was defeated. Instead of fmpportlng the man who wad nominated he Joined the democrats and worked hard all day oa election day acralnst the man who was fairly and houetly nominated by the republican for that orfiee. He waa asrain a candidate for the same offlctf la the spring of 1S90, was de feated In the convention and naln worked acralnst the republican nominee at tne poll. This Is the kind of a traitor who la alleged to be working against Captain Belknap and w ho Is unquestionably Inspired by democratic cash. Hear Gen. Byron M. Cutcheon at Hartman's hall Monday evening. Klk BaptcU 8pnd a Molaj Dmj. Elk Rapids, Mich., Nov. l.Ellc Kap ids put on her bestsuitof clothes yester day to welcome the construction train of the Chicago & West Michigan rail way which laid its rails to the depot grounds. The town and' saw mill hands discoursed music, bells rang, tugs, steamboats, furnace and chemical works whistled, schooners ran up their colors and there was a general noisy time. The Newark Need Repair. Boston, Nov. l.The United Ststes cruiser Newark at the Charlestown Navy Yard has been examined by a board of survey, which has reported to Washington, and'it is expected that the vessel will bv ordered placed in the dry dock at once. Six weeks will be re quired to complete repairs, and they will cost abrut 115,000. Hear Hon. . P. Allen at Hartman's hall Monday evening. vtikx "his buain. mitaaeipala Mn Ked Hi Life at Hie Academy. Philadelphia, Nov. 1. Uight in front of three of his youngest pupils, and as the others were entering the academy at Twelfth and Chestnut-st. to begin their daily routine of studies, the aged Prof. Harris Young Lauderbach, who for nearly forty years has taught school in this city, Thursday morning ended his life by a revolver shot. The cause which prompted the tragedy is enveloped in mystery. In spite of the cautions taken by the family to keep the public in ignorance, it was learned that the professor bad openly staled some time Lack that he was 'tired of life. It is said that some years ago Profes-or Lauderbach made a larga amount of money by investments id the lumber business, that he subse quently lost it, aud that since then he had aaiu devoted all bis efforts to 'making money and becoming wealthy once more. Perceiving that as he grew older this was impossible, the professor, it is stated, became weary of life, and yesterday morning ended it in the tragic manner described. Carnival of Authors will be given by the ladies of the Universalis! Society in Hartman's lecture room, Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 4 and 5. New Kngland Supper will be served at 6 o'clock. Co to Chicago via the C. ft W. II. Hew te Cere Alt ftaia DUeaeea, Simply apply "fewitit's Oistmkxt, No internal medicine required. Cures Utter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, hands, nose, etc., leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its (Treat healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggists for 8watks Oixt- MXJTT." Dr. Boss was in Kalamaroo yester day, stopping at the American Hons, where be had over twenty patients. He. returned Ust evening and will be in his office in the Widd cnmb building from 2 to 4 p. m. teday, and his regular hours aU the week. Telephone 8o4. Indies drese hat', togues, mourning bonnet aud vil at lowest prices, always kept in suck at Adams A Co.'s, 50 Monro st- Ask yrnr grocer for Fnider's horns made CaTsre. I adiet Ribbed Uninn Suits at Vcgt, HerpoUheiner Cc.s. Every sack of Lit.? WHITE FLOUR has a picture of our mil!. Non eennine without it. Vaujrt Citt Mij.li.so Co. RlPlfo) J Used in Millions cf Hcr:t FIRE IN A PJIA.CE- The rrtece mi WaJJUee ie .! ty tLe jriatae. London, Nov, L Sandricgham Hall, the reeidece cf the Pr;c of Val was partly destroyed by fin, caused by aspark fremaheatiBgrluethi morning. A postman cxoicg th park saw the moke iauig from tha roof. He ad vised the village constable to ring the tire bell. The local vuluutt er hre bri- Eride was qnu kly on the cene and a r ade was also uuinioued from Lyuu, regis, 'lne local bnaade could mek but little impre.ou on tne names, which ;a.ned headway rapidly. Ihe ectme Irofti Lvnn which came oa a ipeci-I train waa more elective and the tiames weru sjom suidued. lhe damage amounts to i."-0,'w. WITH A LAUREL V.REATH. Ao IrUa CutMsrf to Urluj. it l Tbn leuelrjr. London, Nov. 1. I'r. Reardon has nailed from Queenston on the I'mbrla for New York, takln-j with htm a large wreath of ivy and laurtl from the rrave of Parnelh This with violet and iihnmrocks gather! near Cork are k-nt by the women of (.ork to be ex hibited at the Parnell memorial wrviee and afttrward to be preented in duo form to Mrs. Parnell, mother of the Piute Irish leader. A Goed War to e neaitxe. And every tiling a woman wears, You'll see with glaa surprise, Tho' shabby, faded, dingy, worn, Grow fresh with Diamond Dyes. Though not very good poetry, this versa 'is excellent fact, and tells the bet way to economize. Tne thousands who wear Diamond-dyed clothes prove its truth. Try any color, black for in stance, and you cannot tell the dyed goods -com new. Quinsy troubled me for twenty years. Since I started using Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, have not had an attack. The oil cures sore throat at once. Mrs. Letts Conrad, Standish, Mich., Oct. 24, 1663. My physician said I could not live, my liver out of order, frequently vomited greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry humors on face, stomach would not retain food. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 372 Exchange-st., Buffalo, N. Y. Have you tried Smuer's home made Cats ur? This week is the time to buy a pair of blankets at Voigt, Hexpolsheimer & Co.'s. Ladies Black Union Suits at Voigt, Herpolsheimer & Co.'s. Good deal of horse talk BREAKING and nens this fall the fraction of a second in RECORDS. crease in speed over the fastest time heretofore made by a trotter creates attention and excitement that are simply wonderful to the thoughtful. Of course this split second agility is not of any practical value in the economy of our affaire and although a pleasure, or say, stimu lating excitement, it don't figure worth a cent in any manner from the stand point of locomotion of goods and things. The wild pleasure with which the lowering of the record is received is, however) indicative of the trend of every-day affairs push, haste calcu lation of labor and events reduced to seconds. In fact distance is not meas ured by miles somucti as when you and I wsnt to schoo'. No! it :s by time by hours and minutes for instance, wc say that it's rive hours and twenty-five minutes from Grand Rapids to Chicago; or it's three hours and fifty minutes be tween Detroit aud this city. And whav it contrast this is with the time it touk Mr. Gilbert on his first trip here from Detroit six days (about 121 hours). Every minute saved or utilized that otherwise might be called lo?t or waetoi is practically that much increa.e in length of life. Therefore save time is the legend. Note We might here say that in your calculations you may start with Chicago A West Michigan R'y and put that down as always on time. Geo. DeIIaven, Gen'I Tasa'r Act. P. S. Should add that the time quoted above is via the C. A V. M. to Chicago, and P., L. A N. to Detroit. Lily White Flonr, Made by Valley City Milling Co., Grand Rapids, is a family favorite. Try it. Coal is advancing in price, but our celebrated North S?tar blankets aro sell ing for the same low price. Voigt, Her polsheimer A CO. Calcao via O. It. A I. K. R. 10:30 a. m. train Wagner drawing room buffet car, arrives Chicago 3:5.3 p. m.; 11:05 p. m. tram daily, Wagner sleeping car, arrives C hicago fi:0 a. m. Returning Leave Chicago 7:05 a. tn., arrives Grand Rspids 2:15 p. m.; 3:10 p, m. Waener buffet drawn-groom car, arrives Grand Rapids 8:50 p. ni.; 10:10 p.m. daily, Wagner sleeping car, ar rives Grand Ilapids 5:15 a. m. Snider' home made Catsup. rileel Pi lee! Itching; fllee, STMrroxs Moisture; intense itching and stinging: most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often Weed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. SwATim's Oixtmest stops the itching and bleed ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At drneeists, or by mail, tor 60 cents. Dr. Swayne A fon, Philadelphia. Would you ride on a railroad that uses no daneer signals? That cough is a signal of darner. The safest cure is Dr. Wood's Norway Pine fyrup. Sold by all dealers on a guarantee of satis faction. For colds, croup, ssthrna, bronchitis sal sore throat use Dr. Thomas' Lclec tr.c Oil, and get the rerunne. All persons osrinc E. R. Wilson please ca'l at tie City Drug store and pay their account. n der's home msde Catscf for sale by ail frocers. do to Chleaaro via. C. A W. M. 3 In I ting. co Years tlic Suxdcrd. 4-. or c't r't Sf':? V ',ivi lf -r " Si is if Lamps, Lamps, Lamps, Lamps. Lamps, Lamps, Lamps d-x S'fferent k)R4. TUI. UttK! TU18 vTEIKl o'rr ttt-it A.Mrtji.L, Lowr.t Prtcea. Vl rv. Piano, Parlor, BniMiiiet. 0 J Library, 0 StiMlont, Hall, Lomltilr, Chandelier, Fairy, V 29 and 31 Monroe-tt 6 . VS vM'5.',, W 3XEII Sc FEUGUSOX, PLUMBING, Steam and Gas Fitting. DRAIN LAYING. GasollnsStoV) Repair! 112 a Specialty. Wenltliy-avo. Thone 10.il. j3IE. 13. L. LOVEJOY, TEACH IX. OF BANJO, HACP, GUITAR AND MANDOLIN Telephone No. VZA. gTANDARD FAbHION CO.'S itSO Stampsd Goods and Stamping '. ' . . . : ; B. S. HARRIS, Te'eihone317. 525-527 S. Divislcn-st rxjJxrxrLrxjrj-Jxr 3 Sj W IT! o 3 lie? COAL WOOD P J 1; FLOUR 1 J T & o Ti o - -i GRAIN HAY SB 1 1 &ruwmxtftjwr xtiruruxrj-iTrjxr ir hi 'OKEf 1 VjHAlsCOAL, CQliL TO CKNTRAL OAL OMPANY. 0!) Cttawa:t. P.EMKMDETl C8 PEARL HTItEET, Tbo Old Reliable Grand Rapids Ice & Coal Co. COAL, WOOD AND ICE. f5G IEAlir STREET. t Telephone iTo. 15& "COAL ur.w I Did aflviflo. In fact linya ffrcat many. Don't know but Wcro one. That9 You say, Fnt '-- thl ok arr.Kri tete'klDK hUewn btj-'nf.x I ; t I it Utot 'i.u- now t A. B. KjfOW.ov. 2h TeftrMt TOLD YOU SO "VOCLL 5F-I TTFX sXlX-B'tter er4er T8E WIUI tin ICE l!B CCIL CO. tS SI'-eree Strt. TANTED SC "WALL ARTICLE TO U WJFCTuL A. 1' AldtKKTlTl S& J XsOCyZ SMITH: provIf aa & f r et. . aitr SIXES 13. usvEka (.uj.su ertKA uovdE Brat? A dne 4. ud M.rzcra. 1. i ll-kcj; i.ra;c!c-L.i Ai.Ltr a :.-. TtroI!iMsOnlf!!oi2. SHEWAND0AH A peit J ev ty ti-aa:tor tt "ibs Hnncii.' "Ike t. -.rt ' l-ur." i-vry Aiu-ric! oiiiin ebocll e "Shea and 0n. W'm, T- r-lrriusii. The Uiit utittsilu! liny rr wrltttru. i0 niLts. N'e vrk. J V ti;U.N I raLclwe m u'. t. t hi.m. 'M l.i,.l.l. hjtloi., lue 'rel N'r V rk fit j t l he J auu.tr- C0MPLKTE -ai Utli.Mfl'.ENT SOLMRY! rt,r:;-.d.a!j i a sra a u- it k!t iut U b -.u.i!a!. fruit cu Ale f-.tuMsf. otvruv (iKAi t'iEi;a iiou-ie Pradvl Garw w. ..Le sani 'Js'ncer. T. V. iilckf)f.i.e!Ctai Altut;!1!' 1 irta. 1HAT Stiff OLD USE of SUCCESS IS STILL' JOLLY llellie McHenry and m;a TUNNY COMPANY, la Her Greatest Trlumi-h. A NIGHT AT THE CIRCUS UEBTIK I BICBT II THE LE1P. I'rl. and S:i(utM, tills week !.!e ot at I'vens Vtdceaj.j. POUfUS' GRAND OFKRA HOlK. BmdyJc Garwood J.esenaad MaiiHEr 'k.l'. Uickey. Kt-MCtrdi M"er knii lr4. JSTM NOVEMBER 4. With AUlt Fanoin Features t CO Great ArtiHtH f0 R'Ci's ResuiMul Litrava'.-aBza. EVANGELINE AND C, H. Smith's Clever Comic Phytrs. MISS IMUJA THOMAS OS.IJKIEL Kin- I'ATI j ST'NK KVANGLLIM; MIKS FAME Ki'KVI-NS eFLtt iAA .Mil. J AS. S. MAT F I T 1" ... LO N K Fl II B K Jl A N MK. iK. A. lllLL:R raBIN'O ;k. i.iu in f. i Ai'.u hi:x:iict MJt. IRVlXil T. UVzil CAiALJUXK Sj)len114 C0mp:iny. Full Ch'ru. Armv of Ama.ona. Brll-iant Costuaies, Chertato-: Hi- S.c. AfaRiiincut hcei.ery, Sale of teats opens Moudsy. REDMOND OPEIIA HOUSE. BRADY J: GARWOOD. 1 e and M-nefrs G. SUMNER BURROUGHS. ActSnz Manacer. S&k$8lT NOVEMBER 1 Malinees Tuesday, Tli ursdny and S-turdsv. e 1 fcTECIAL EXG .GE.MEXT Of the winsome Little Favorite. Ullio Akerstrom. i. ? w - 10 CT3. 20 i:ts. Saipirtod fcy her ipcial e!ect t-u ruiniany of wtro'.mlllau p'kyer. Iu a r erUlre f hfr own pl-ys. un-Uy. Moiday nd lucsJay a:i(hh unl To dav -i.tinee A LIITLW BLaV l.oDY. I Wedne.daTard Thursday even intis KKN'AU, 'lue uil'sy'e 10 CTi UHughter. ThursUay Mtlnt-e nnd Friday aud hatuni i" ven' es AXXETl K. The Uxncinx iirl. Siturdv'! irai NiTei.!r t 20 CTS. 30 CIS. 50 CTS. Ince KIN AH. 'lhe GIpsy's 30 crs. Daughter. vhi evtTy lny at-t-tii will be pr- seuttfd with a beautiful souvenir. A.. O. PI. HALL Sunday. Tuenday and XCiV 1VT) C LECTURE BY Dr.FrancisDillon-Eagan Under the auspices of the ANCIENT 0R0ER OF HIBERNIANS. Subject, Funday Ercn'BC "A ProteM.nt Mluter')i ltansfor Rturnlnc t tbeC.tU. ol;c Churth. suhjert. 'luesday Ereaing Th Destloy ol the 1 1 inh live.- Mibiect. Tburttlay Erpnlnr "The CathoUe Church tUe Safeguard ot.Soclfty." . ADMISSION ONLY 26 CENTS Tickrti tor sale at the doer the eveatnes ot th lecture. Doon open at 7. Lecture e"mmenee at a. WONDERLAND MUSEE AND THEATER 17, 69 AXD H CANAL hTKEtT. E. Ftrongr. W. O Smltu. .........rrcrl-to , V illiard Manton. Mwwr. GRAND RiriD FAMILY RESORT OFEX rvm 1 to h and 7 te 14 p. fa. coSSo Monday, Oct. 2G THEATER. Tbee-peratleFttraTnanaCe will pret!tUie delightful Comie pe;t in I we acts. - M i ent t ed : sr BLUB BEARD -T j i Tl n ry J py ron "i - V 4 o n V er1 ea. r Look eut for h.KK gJuH. JK curicThall. Tfermai- lH e.O:ta, BJhrtna. tfca rrTf fen cu irln-e. He-enritE'Tnert ef Johe lntfl LeM eh e to ee rU tibrt. hop.'t t l te ee KtnterMut's treopf tf Boaemiso Ctyttal Wotker. CIMITH'S 0 PERA HOUSE. WM. P. Frer ae 2 stser. wf 3Iondny9 Nov. 1. Kt!aeeWedf)e3ay. Friday and fa!rdy. Rcse Kill's Engiisa Folly Cx, A HOST OF IMCTIFTL VOMEIff. Tk err lrrt. triip-et a.l f t eBt ted -wrl-.'!er'eaiiS'e3 t t!t. Trnriai (M w Vrfiie en trenra THE MONTEBANK, A te4 , tj? rKtT- RICK AM) IJAKTOX, Asd a purei lairr ftee:SLty i i.-S- Fti!r1T ftrt)eAn l rh 9MVi afl- mtt-d forfie. tte-ili t eal l the l e'-r. A4rr;iifa t Curio It, l. 1ue ant 1 hr:t l(e- Re--rTed eatsin Ilet'f. V I'-e etre, FEMALE COMPLAINTS ! FEMALE C0HPUIH1S CURED HY Dr. S. Clay Todd, 1G .North Division Street, rooms 1, 11 and 1. No one is perfectly heal thy, aiid ymir eomnlaiiits htntever intrieate and nh ci!re, can he enred hy this threat eci:tli$t. Eiclastel Office Preslloi DR. S. CLAY TODD THE f AW0US NERVE SPECIALIST, Xo. 10 'orth DIvisIon-st., rccma 3, 3 and. . Cyn s Paralye s, Tnitchint;, Pihchir or i'iitklirjj Knatir.rs, Tnuiulourt hwL '.nt;s lUtk cr Ue-a.i Acin-, l,ck or Ntck l'aius, sxn-.etiiiit s running dona the arms or In k, Istii.r m anl il -r yriiptonn K adms to jaralys, Nervous 1 bii-ty and Kiiial Complaint aud Chronic I erajip!. Consuiuti. n free and confidential. No charges for s-rvlcis unta eurei. Directions m all languages. RHEUMATISM ALWAYS CURED. CATARRH AMD HEAD NOISES CURED. DF0PSY CURED. TITS AND ALL NERVE AND BRAIN DISEASES CURED. EYE AND EAR DISEASES CURED. THE ONLY ONE WHO CURES DEAFNESS f -..-- v v v'r - - t;.. OR I Ul TODD, 10 North Division-Si., ORAXD RAPID3. MICIL Advice Free. Catarrh, deafness, rheumatism, ner vous dt Liiity, inir-otrnce and all U;s ca a ieult:ng Inn a carlr mdiiscrc lion and exctfs i manlKKnl, alldieraM-sof the urinary organs partial para y, var:cocIlrt ruptures turners scrotnU, eld aore dropy. Kkin diw mv pt hver and kidney cotupiainte, Ik art diM-at shortness cf brtath, l(k of httt small of tack, etc., including all fema! complaint and cbroue d.st anes curf4 quickly and pcrmanrnUy. If you are n ivuiis, rcetlet, irr;tal, sleepkM or tvake aftir horud di at.i, l'.rt-d momiic, with ft dull hadari-et bad tate m the mouth, nomet-mre C-h rges, and r alout your rinp'..r. merit without life, energy and sm'j.tioc, rlfureto Le alone, frloomy lor'Ud;ij.f, a disposition to worr? ftndfretat-o.it trouhle atsead that neve r om s, rt-'lls of feeling afraid cr iin-jriam, . e. lanes low spirits, you aiemffering fr:n nfivous Uebihty ai rihatistion of nTTe pwer, wliich mr end to utt r prostration, insanity and dtath. If you nave a great eenwof weaknM nd w-annes, wiih t yd limt, namU r.ess, tremMir C, prickly eensatione.rwi! fret and lg, you ftreadrancinctolhat rriOt ser ous uief-as, i-ara!rs. II )o jr head ach s, feeis numb and tired, with strange mijfna, lo 1 memory, and you ttir.k with d;Biilty, or yoa are aieepk ss at n ght,with drew. sir.es and duiiues Murine the day, tt nerve and bra n fat-sjue mayeoo'nrua into insanity r death. II you Cave any of thee feelings da not r-egiect the m or tb y wil eud 11 par aij', lnan.ty, protrtifn or datli. As you value your life do net H'-jItI th wurtJin-ra. Time and espf-rf-n-e hav shown, and hundreds of startling and n srvelious cun-abave proved, lht tbea deaae are tw rleetly and ron. 4:tly curd t y Tr. 8. Clay Ttnid, No. f North l"ivmcr-et., nhsm botk, roms 1, a and 4, Orand I-st'-tfa. L nder the tie vt lt. f. CJsy Todd't retnarkab; ren1, all tt?eee syrn;-. tomsyild a5f ty miff, and rtrnri cfcervs, vipor of brain, vitality of Mood and health of body tre soon re stored. H:l rernexii are pur-!r vejretab. arid hrrnl'ai! ti tan otdjr te 0t'iuje4 at hi s'-RK-et. crt;-ouns Lis prsierip. twi, t fere n ; t t ? I m hit. oiht. VIL IDI'I". ofSiie if it U .orih JM v..t, V T:r m t--n-k, ftsous Ll and 4. r?d fUp-da, Mh. H t rn-dK3n arre - jtt the stoma'. h ytu ran eat ft thirst jrou ttt'. l- t in tiis offio trfm inn tie morn-Jr-r cr-t l T m tUe eTTiinj rry day c'lt every Vy. 1 frtn!y tatit mjl t(i yoi n-M.Vf!g. Ix'w Citarjes Tpid Cures! "-S, -s.