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IIOI SE COATS, LOUNGING IiOBES, RATIl KOBEH, 3IACINTOSHESt New line taahow. 6AR01HER & DAXTEO, council !fo. J2. baa lc4 the follow ing cCcri. fraaident, C. A- HvpJtora. v-.c pre:de3t, R- Dowcev; oeaker, O. . ..... f r i . financial Mcrrurr. T. W. Mould; us urer, A. Almq'it; chaplain, L. Ver- chour; usher, . U Jenoisn; srear.i-at-arnu, l W Grven; cocrkeep?. If. 4ta V&UVj Li)Lili-l' J Liul Lh"v I " " ' ' BREAKFAST BHVlTlS SfrU lalrwti I)iU4 T ! ra'. M m A'.-;. n returned home frua Ca .-A'j last vc:;.t-- K. C . Le4cuuui left for ft abort eoutheru Hip yi:ray. Cor.tracur G. Nardellft iaviaiLaj hi pareuu At spraneid. III. I'f. F. B. Snuih of f oopersvilU wu la ta c.ty yesterday on busina. M:m Kate Rimed of Fruitpcrt, 1 i&end.ng Sunday with fnod la thi cliy George Pellavec and wife lft y tetday for an extended trip ta the et. Alexander rnpr and Alvin Til ham of Mulhkea vera in the city yea. leruay. Tbe Y. P. 8. C. E. will f iv concert Tuesday evening in the Amci M. E. church. August Anderson was admitted to eta-uhpby JuJge Adsttin the circuit yesterday Hol.iiy umbrellas ty tbe thousand tosewt from at 1'Jatt 'a, o. M Mon ro street. Tbe ladies amiliary of the B.ef L. E. wui five a pedru party at r.ag:nr' oa.i luesuay even:i g Sav 10 to 23 rr ceut., by buying your ur-.stma umnreaa of the maker, naiie, .o. 64 Monroe atreet. belect your umbrellft now for the holiday at riatut'e. No. 6 Monro street. EorAWiii done frfe. M. Ivries and wife of Saujatuck who hAv bcea 11 the city for aevera iy, rfturoed home yitrday. Th- ladiea Kaigat of Labor orraai latioti tr.at wre;KrUd a haTinj tea aoanaoncu, na rven recrxan:zed. mirsi i ir ci v ariiinias canea m no y. jfold. iir ud naiarat nood aI j.i. r.atuj . u. Gl Monro meet. t... .. . . . i i une coniAjfOMS a:na wu re pord yeU?rda,r. Mart DeLoopof "o, LITERARY. Lit & t WtST SIOE LAOfES A Arvr iAA ! tb Vfe t CUrlAc. Vha comiuittee EalUa literature proidat the program for the after- coon, whxa conuiea ox a. "enu . i tne Life oX Coleridft." ccmpilcd from Hall Caine'a "Life of Co!-ndge." 6sAmal TAylor Colendje, one or in-? Lake FoU" born la Deouhix. Enr., Oc'toUr, 1T72. u th yoonfH of faiuiir of tea cnudrn. Hi father, Uie vicar of the paruh churca. ws aa eccetitrtc and eomewaai peas- tx man. Ilia mother waaao eoucAieu, rUl careful and pAsaUekiaz w man. In 17S1. be enUred Jetut Collet at Camtnd; while btr hwaciAA. mate ot tru. Lamt, i.r waom n formed and retained ft lif long ftfffc-tion. Hi firt Tolume of pom u put- lubrd i: lTW. Three yrar Ut?r h.s 'An:int MAnnr" hi best poem wa pubhhed. Wordawortl aVleraptetl toaaithini la th, but finding their atyleaao diiiimilar, fae it up; ft few Uaea of Wordworth, however, appear in the poem. In hi later yeara hi brilliant inUllett wa dtumed by the UMofori im, which he bftn taking to ftlleviaie pain induced by rheuroa. tim and other kindred caaUdie. Ue died at Highway. July, mi. Coleridge Home," ft newnarer xcerptfrom the pen of Ed car L. Wake- man, wa UDp:emenveu uy iroui dtcnpi!oa of the roU by Mary Clow, dan Clarke; after which ft yiopicf the Anoeat Mftnoer." wita ciecciori from the poem wa?read. The irbtiD5ie, wntien kvt, ana aa Od to th Ram," both ahort potms ftnd finely iUustrfttmg w tera. tility, were followed by ft beautiful tribute to the gifted poet by Sir Tho. Tolford. Next Saturday the committee on en tertainment will report. ITS EEMS BAT HER STB ANGE to advertise a new and elegant stock of DRY' 4ND Aa LAOIES LITERARY CLU&. Kxc)ll Pror lrdy AfltttMB, The con' m'-ttee on science ftnd edu cation had charRO of the program at theLadifa, Literary club houe yea Urday afternoon. After the reading of the uimutf of the Ut meeting, a Haruiltoa ixeet ha typhoid feverl Lfiaely prepared ftrticle treAting of Hereafter mail will U delvered fttf "Modern Surery" wa given by ft Udy thehoVtljatAo-cloci in the mornicff phyciftn. Taia wa fullowed by n for the accomoiodaUaof tae travelm: The dn&htT "fr r.4 tm Flank lutbte of No. 1 LagTftve etreet is very iow wita innamuiation ot the oowei. Mi9. If. p. Kathbua hai returned from Chicajro where the was called by ta ersou illae of her ton, George liAtbbua. , In accordance with the request of the common council, two flagmen have been pUeJ at the Fifth avenue rail. way cri j-injj. Mm. Treat, director of the kinder garten training choo', lectured on the uuject of kindergartens at SparU TUunday eve o;;j. Tbe an p hd third rank ivill be con fcrred ou wer:il candidate Thursday ever.i.is bv Kirena lodgw, No. 2, KniiiU of Fythiaj. The annual intmg of the executive board of tie Kent County Agricultural KM.ety wul I neid in Sccreury Cox'a ctficr. nextTue.J.ty. A small Marc Parted in the basement cf the Mcrton hous yesterday, but it put oat With a pad of water btfore thecr.emica! eng:n' arrived. Mr. Curry of Three Kivera, after be. ing ill over a year has come to Grand KapiJj f-.r treatment, and is improving n.ceiy under the care of Dr. W. If. The regultr quarterly aetsion of the district lodge oi Good Templars, em. brc:ng tae count;e of Kent and Alle gn, will bo heid in Greawood hall Itc mVr Z2. v Fx-MAvor t. Vanderveen of irolland i viiiiuig nU son, I'. . Vanderveen, over Mraday, Ue wul remain to ftt tnd T. Ie Witt Taluiage lecture Monday eveumg. Mrs. i:lv l.ookwoo i of Washington, the fnoi: attorney and lecturer, r.Med thmtiijh V c.ty yesterday on hr way honi'. he dmed with If. A. I amc at ih t'nion det. Th board of public works held no mtinj: vMterd.iy, owing to the ab sence uf Me-r. selby and Harring. ton. Tne regular mrcling will b held Monday afternoon instead. Th trret c.ir wer stopped last eveuirg throtichout th city by the burt.ii: of jtram p p at ihc power hou. I"jt wr.fer tratfic wu delayed ebojt or; hour by the accdenL Th mother's k'ndrarrtn c!as will hold the.r Ut meeting oefore the hoh day vacation, Tuefay at ) p. rn., a the Y. M. C. A. ptrlar. The meetings wdl I opened arm m January. J. J. K;ny of fluntmzton. Ind.,has purch.tvd a half interest iu Kiuy'a Phirt florr err Tear! street, and wll lo. 4t hr Ju. 1. Tnecapac ty of the factory w;Il l iocrrastni next year. Aut:n Wheeler of WaukMhan. W.s.. i vi tiig his nepnflr, H. W. Orm, No. T-01 Thomas itrrcL Mr. Wheeler wdl leate this wk for Louifian. where he w;IJ rrrnam during tne winter. rotmtr Hr g? has snt a request to the postof?:ce department at Wash Ington for the appo ntnient of five ad ditional mail carrier m order to more thoroughly cover the outsort of th c;tr Th Mich can Law tenosMphrs' wx'iatjon wiU hold it eecon 1 annual metirg for the elation of of!icr! aud the transaction of other busine-a, at the Morton ho ie IVcembr 31 at 2 p. r, Ira Rernol f died at h; re decct in Flmont Fridy night at 12 4-5 a, m. If wt tvrn in renf5e'd, Saratoga county, N. Y., January 11. 1W. He hasbo a r- dut of th s state tine March, ly. The Hon. Wnerr U. Churchill of F-niy, (p county, is cloaingoat hbu:naMt tha? pac prepftratory to mov ng to th s c.r t encar in bu. ireea, Mr. .Church ai is at present pro bate judge ef Oceana county. Turng tH patl wk e'ght new cast ; ci fl:pr.i;ir:i rir tpa rrrw-a, nve ncoverie, two dth; sixteen new cse of typhoid fv.r, four recoveriea and en Heath; t n a of soarlrt fever, flf!en rirren aa 1 ersedath. Th foDowin? oUT.cer bebn !e tM br Charts I-olg, Dagh' " biYar N Je grs-td, M. L-'.ari itb; vie grnd. Mr. Wdia u . lr; record ai serery. Mr. C Fftrrett; tre trr. Mrs. W MF f land, and pirmauent sscrvurri Atu Aiken. Th Nstiooftl Uuicn, Gramt ftapi at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES in the midst of a' busy season, and also strange to offer a " choice and new lino of OLID AT At MARKED DOWN PRICES, and the public will ask. Ts this a true statement or au advertising scheme? Our orders for Holiday Goods wore given in the summer. iSume lines wero manufactured and some imported exclusively for us and wo aio held to the contracLj TT appeal for th different hospitals of the city, which are aotng sucn ft great work toward alloviating suffering. A vocal quartet gave the 'Lullaby from Erminie." The next article was an ex. han stive one oil "Lumber nd the Lumber Camps." ftnd waa ft descrip tion of & model camo ftt Cadillac. The ruesta of the ftfternoon were: Miss Mane Bovnton. Wahington, I. C; Mrs. Solomon Bundy, Oxford, N. Y.; Mia Belling, Detroit; Miss Denison, White Water, Wi.; Mr. O. L. Howard, Portland. Oregon; and Mr. Chftinber- lam, Hilliboro, Ohio. THURSDAY EVENING CONCERT. A delightful concert will be given At tho Westminster frrsbytenau cnurcn next Thursday evening, the occaron boioz the annual meeting lor tne rent m ; of the pew. The program will be furnished by Mrs. r. M. Davis, .Mr. Francis Campbell. Mr. Koerroeester and Prof. B. A. Wellenstein. The renu tfttion of these peool ts so well known that tbe affair undoubtedly be ft musical success. Am n; the features of the evening will be a sonata by Hauptmann forviohn aud piano, which will be rendered by Messrs. Ri-ermeestcr and Weliens'-f in. The . trusteei of the church uoiw for ft Urge attendance of the congregation, as many of tho new comers desire to rent higu-pr -es pews, some of v. t.irh have been held by the cider mmler for year. It is the de s.re that all should be satisfied. Choirmaster Campbell expects to or ganize a church chir for St. Mark's Episcopal church. Singers who are de sirons of earring should call on Mr. CampNdl, who will try their voices. Mr. Clarence A. Cotton will sing the celebrated baritone recitative and aria "Kemenabrr Now Thy Creator" by Fea. at the Westminster Presbyterian church tn.s morning. Xisrrlac Licc. T5e followinj tt a list ot t&e oarrlaze Ucea9essue4 stnra lut poWish4. w.tn th am. rMtlsacas (wsea outsifle ttia cltj aud esot ta part.as; WE ARE FORGED TO VACATE OUR STORE AND MUST DISPOSE pFPUR STOOK BEFORE REMOVAL Q PD n Ir-h y EAT- a n fln rip IflPlflQ onnoA iu a ox Never heard of before in this city, and we onlyTsk for a comparison of Prices and you will bo conviuceu ui:; any purchase from us will be a GREAT MONEY SAVING to you. 'We only quote a few of -the Reduced Prices .whicli. will bo i noted on the eutire stock'. , DRESS GOODS! SILKS. SILKS. I CLOAK DEPARTMENT. Ja?bF. Pk. AnnaBeoks J viiit Mcau:niJO. Its. Lowell; P.ftcca Hmk. nn; rrtdrrtrk . Kard. t.UAtti OleesoniJ 21 CovmftdabI. All flvmi rot consistent' with the high ch.tr. r - of Syrup of Figs are purpo'!," 5 V' the California Fit byrupn, M-ts gently on the kidney. ;, cleansing the syswuiii. " 'ut it ia not a cure-all and,iu. . ,retenJous Uiat every bottle wdl t. wtntiAte. A Popular Da!cr. 1 The well known Ur n of Kirsy k Mercer, ral e t ite dealers, is dissolved,' Mr. Kiney ws recently eiirted secre tary of the Grand Uap d Improvement Boat ami Mr. Mercer' has bongtit h'S interest and will continue the bus ns-a at the same f"ac rooms 0 ai t 10, W d -d;comb bud J:ng. They were ajsoc.at d together oar j two years and b'lilt up a good business, and wero ackuorrl. edged to I oao of tne lead ng firms m that line. Mr. Mercer li been hr about three and oas-half yars. aud by atricta t ntioa to Lus:resani fair and honoraole detl-rg has won the repct and friendship of miny of the bait tnie ines men. H baa the faculty of mak ing frien! and ksep-.n tnem. and no doubt will get t share of the real es tate business. He ha recently tiken the acncy of som first class fire in. anran iompante and no uoubtwiil win faeces. fori. Knott A Co., have 'd'd to their great ritn sale the fiK:y e jg rb b u in nsrrow widths and all colors, which will be sold at 7) cfnti a yard. TTarren Swetlasd, the ppn!r rat erer, for .! china, .lverware, table atvt chirs for wedding break fasts, receptona aud banquet. Call up telephon TJ1. A ITlch Displsy of Chrtstraas rreoeqU. p'amonds, ladses and gnt' gld vest hs. and but;fril varfety ot so; vd gaid jewelry aud Silverware, a tort varietv of cho: new ve Jsat rceivM. ri not purrhs Uttdyou eiamtne th rar :ctin. H it offrinf the best rc2nn. rd cva sar yc-u eoney. ilttvtv, y a. ft al f rt, Thft great nbhe ' Corf, Knou & Av.w.il hm ewti'.;d ot- thi.s- srj. Ua fcaa r?jc3 pmails g 50 all wool Dress Patterns, worth five dollars. " ; Reduced to - 2 2.08 78; all wool Dress Patterns in plain and novelty designs, cheap at six dollars. Reduced to - - IS pes all-wool 46-inch Henrietta, . in all the new cqlorinss.marked 75 cents, Reduced to - -s 50c 22 inch Black Grosgrain Silk (wear guaranteed) sold at $1, Reduced to - - . 22 inch black Grosgrain 5ilk, ex cellent quality, sold at $1.25, Reduced to , - 22 inch Faille Francais in the lead ing shades ; also black sold at ; $1.25, Reduced to ' - All our evening shades of Fraillc Francais, which were cheap at $1.35, Reduced to - - - : 94c f i 08c l:i i v -1 i IX e-4 v V - -i m V- Black Goods wc arc showing a complete line of plain andfancys and offer them at roatEy MuGed Prices Grand opening of Albums, Smok- irig Sets, Shaving Sets, Manicure i Sets, jfctuel Cases, Toilet Case. Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Fans, holiday Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, ' etc., etc., at FORCED REMOVAL j j PRICES.)) ;. ' )' - m r J' J v r. -.. A.i 4 Our slock of Ladies, Misses' and Chil dren's Cloaks must be disposed of in the shortest time possible, and wc realize th fact that only LOW PRICES will do it. There fore, do not buy a cloak until you get cur Bff-MOVAL TRICES. voss 3 U 1.8 VJ 1 J U U jj u MONKOE STKEET.