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jvaLT TIiniSDAY UOBKIXa!DECE!IDIUl 33, lC3i; IIOUSE COATS LOUSGEfG KOBES. 15at1i koi1es, macestosues 6&RDI0ER & BAXTER, BREAKFAST BRVlTin ritk f it Ut Utff la I'm xrtU Covaa LfKije, No. iJ, K. f i,lia. saued iavtuitoai aal nrcrrram for tn public irutallat.oa ot utJcui t3 txr lld oa tii 6T?.iin f ( January 5. : Tho ar-nu&t oc;i! -fctvio: C I4ij lod; cf ifc ta'-ce plac ths u sagaad uiauy ImtoIv: tttai ouiof tu tit wal La pisssut ai t.i exercise. ThaCi. lUt I. ra.lroad earned i jfl, l":Hor tLe wt-ek .-d:cfc Icvni;brr 21. Vor the corresponding i.:na la lJu .rnd til.,V.iC. a inc:oia of Thera wu a larp cnrrd in attend 'an at the electrical eauiM at th teutral Kjisxl last n:ht. By reiu'i of many tn exhib.t will bo contained tnit Teiiin. i To Electromiihean society has k lued real little pamphlet xpU n eg tne electxxal exhiUt.oa and contain, lag the constitution' and a list of ta gnacif-al otticer. Th Y. T. 8. C. !!. c-f the Suih Ccn frcgatioaal ciiarcu will .ov ft ioj-aI m tnair tarlxs Ul3 cttrun;:. llofresh lutnU w.lt bo aerr-t frttf af-d U younj Jxsople are intited. Jams .-McMa?;on, ths ncwly-ap-po.nted assistant L'ziited .States attorney lor lb wtern dtrici, subscribed to Iho oath of ottico yesterday beforo Commissioner McQuewan. i Nftiftion between Travera City, Harbor SyriCgs. Mackinaw and upper 'point ia tho lower peninsula closed yesterday, and the railroads ar mat Ho arraucctuents to cunsiru fieijjtit to "subluxes. Mr. and Mrs. Eber Rico will eecom- Janvth preas exeurs:on to Florid m acuarv. M r. lUco has been in poor Ihealta tor tome iirua acd ho will ik la n eicurs.oa hupicto tetenetittd l?y chango of clinnte. ! Blake Bros. A Co. havo deposited 114,000 witn the city treasurer as a rujrantee of their performance of tho .bid for the city water tonds. Tho city ; attorney has prepared record of tho .proceeding bv wutch tho bend were iued to tatisfy tha company us to tho irgiiiy u& war. t .i it t v.: r i t tv. vnapru, J. irrcaui;x uu i. Vierheih?, ft committee appointed by Ihe local draughtsmen's association to Secure rooms lor a permanent office, have agreed upon rooms in tho House Dan building, and tho first meeting bill be held next Tuesday night. The Young Ladies' Foreign Mission ary society and the Kpwortli league t the Ihrision street M. . church will snve ft New Year's reception this even- ioz in the church parlors. Refresh- penti will be served free and younj people are especially invited to be present. 1 The Dunili of the 10 a. ra., 3 p. m. and North Grand Kipidt Musiou .an il ay schools are reiueUd to nirctixi bt. Mark's church on Saturday 'J to 10 a. m., for ft rrand orzan rehearsal of their Christina arm; preparatory to the children' pablx service on Sunday At 11 ft. ra. I All who wish to attend the national eonfention of toui!dr, lo be held in Cleveland on Jaouary IS, are invited to report at the cll.co of tne Builders and rraden, so thai arrangement can bo nade fur their trinitortation. it is Expected that reduced rate iu railroad . aire can be ot'Ui.ocd for them. i ArctiUct Frank I. Allen tftr.re tred plana for a two itOry building lot Mrs. Julia l'a Union, to be erected n the corner of Ionant and Turner u:ets. The building will le u0x7(S lent. The upper story wid t occupied ty Valley City Ink No. 137, I. o. 0. and tae lower Hoor wilt bo used for store. The members of the rrk Coojrc lienal chureh heht another meeting lat b'jht to take action in rrference to tuc much discussed solrction of a pastor. It was finally decided to If are tho nitt ir n the haoJs of tit truueoi and the tuiintss committer, tho two forming a V'tnt committee consUting of nineteen oieml-ers. (Jrand Hapids bde No. SU I. O. (i. T. will cebrte lU tieventeenth anni erarr by holding a watch rrre t:n to tiighl at it room in the McMulien Mock. A inusiCJilai.il literary program frill bo f.ten by the roeml-er of the lod, aMiStM t'y it Bradfield family. Admission free to a!I. PERSONAL MENTION, lra iMlal mmi i:iM ltftnat f rpl ml rrmlnr. Mi Mabel Bats, of Trarers City, yas ia the cdy yesterdsy. , 1 Mr. and Mrs. KJ. (oolrich are risit br fr ecds at Bij: Uapid. Misn Mina McMichacl, of Muskegon, attended tne tcschcr' institute. 1 Georg l U.iven and wife returned tront thir eattern trip last night. Mrs. Wm. Kn;!o an 1 c.hldren of V.'g Rapids, arevtsitic; fnenJs ia the cdy. M.ins Mirl! Chapman w.ll visit tnendiin J-outh Haven dar n,; racation. ( Mr. M. S. Climp.nan, of NV. H Krtr street, i nsiticg friends at Ijwell for a week. Jas. Brasintors, one of lb ka Jinif attorneys of Hart, is ia the city for a ledaja, I Geo. G. W.tmia of Vender Ven ' Vitttian, ba gone to Grand Haver to erpend Ne'r Year's. i VT. II Jrv , of Detroit, spent Christ Cias in this city, the guest of P. Shield of Pecond avenuo. Mi Len t Hes fs ftwniinz the Ol-days with nr cousia, M.ss Emma Clot, of Munkegon. F. I-. ranforth, rresident not hart's Jneate screury i slowly recovering rotn a aTere attack of the grip. ' i Mis FHft Payon, of Munkejfoa, is -iitmg Mr. and Mr. K. V. Iuipter, fcf N. 5H F-Ast strtvt, during ihe hoii tfay. t Mr. IJft Merithew, Btlle daughter ad mother, of o. Z3 N. Union street, wdl spend Nw Years with Ixkfcrd Criends. Mr. O. S. Nichols, foraierly ef th i ity , eow a rpreT.tative of a large Xlew York mercantile hoa, is la ta ti for a .nt with rtiauvee and f heads. I li s Mide'ine ICern-fdy, forruerly eachrr of uiu ia th city erhools, ae beea spend i as; a few days lie re f btf old fr.nds, ne return to bone ia Jckon t:dy. J Mr. Ifamet Harri-s jlm, t mn cijtirirt t.a cxif aVrry. Ta fusrai w 'l be heM a4- o! k Tbart Jjy at th r slin cc cf ir. V I. VrJ o. IM Croie u-irwi.uc. iir. aci M:. l? z i'.oners t f Ued City nu s e iiyi'ter, Mre. J. m.th. 1-7 KmUkt '.:; tt. Mrs. iiraco at Ma.i. a lu, i ster ct" Mrs. c'l'iiih i. a!i a 5ut. J r. i;i:.'Uh K lU'ir and dahl.-, I:s L.t icu.e tU inrriJinj f- r Tort lul, Orfgo.i, to vs.t llr,T. A. llanvy. mm. Mr. Kier' daust ter. Ihey ft:'.! retv.ru jie t.ru?n February. Tha M:ii VanLeeuvea a:4tcd by M; Troup fiout M-hataka, Ind., aui M.s 1 rauces Viidrl'ti, w;!l t'at boa:) to tti.ir fr;e.iis Ne Year a!'.sfnion from 3 to at No. '-50 Fouu Ul.a itri vt. Mr. Marian Wilk.e, Uwkkeerr for the irani Kapid Wiro Nad coupauv, nUo i U-eii m.ut!y ill lor tiie pait live we Willi MUr"al lever, is ab!e k pArui'.ly rcsuaio htr dut;es at the I,. V. aiul J. II. McCiill pect Christ mat at a im'y reunion held el the home of O ur purrnts. Mr. and Mrs. Hua .'c'iiU. of Wiiitu l'ijjou. Atxiut lortv of f JttD'ly and relative 'vcro in attciidance. J. II. McOill is still at Wi.ito r.gecn. lAc. LoKim, superintendent of tic Ilarri'on V.i;vn oik, accompanied by his tM.n.l will h.At tin morning for the -ast to l al iit two werks. lrs. HoUns and chiMrcn will tis.t fr.en is in Cleveland, t'tuo, wlnle Mr. Uobuis ovs farther cast to attend to some busiutss. LECKUScR COUNCIL. rift4to; r.airtatafiiBt Cl la llauUh Hall. Tho literary and musical enlertain- Tacnt given by l.ecklider council, O. C. l in JIanish hall last evening was wit- ce.ved by a hall full cf interested spectators. The program contained soma very entertainint; numbers. Tho Misses Beilo Wmton, Annie McNamara and Florence Mahony, pupils ot the Granl lipids training school, pro duced an anvil chorus with dumb bells. The chorus was much enjoyed and elicited great applause. A piano duit by Master Fred and Dick Waincr was well rendered. The lightning zouavo drill by Lieut. Chas. H.Chno was an interesting feature of the pro gram. His movement were agile and much admired. Kecitation ot an in ter sting character were given bv Alton Belling. Nellie Miller, Ida Putnam and Lottie fcomervill. The musical part of the program was furnished by MUa KUna Freeman and Miss Maud Iluntly. C. 31. Jl. A. 09er. Branch No. AS, C. M. B. A., has elec ted officers lor the ensuing year as fol lows: President Joseph Brogper. First Vice PresidentFrank Schriek. Second Vice President Frank Schu etx. Treasurer Wm. Drueke. Ilecording Secretary Ferdinand Dunnebacke. Assistant Kccording Secretary John Knape. Financial Secretary A. Hammer Schmidt. Marshal B. Otteuwers. Guard A. Otterbein. Trustees for two yean Frank W Berles, Fdward Hesse, Peter Herr mann. Delegate to Convention A. S. Dams key. Alternate to Convention Jos. Broeg- spiritnal Adviser Tho Rev. John Schmidt. lfsdnin KUcI Offlcr. Valley City Camp. No. 1100k Modern Woodmen of America, elected ollicers for the .n suing year as follows last night: Wccrah'e Counsel W. F. Tarlsh. Worthy Adviser A. A. Nye. Clerk C. H. Dayton. J.-ankcr J. C. O'Brien. Kscort Wm. Dobbelaar. Watchman 11. T. Logie, Kintry J. McLachlin. Physician Dr. C. B. Graves. Manager threo years C. C. Am phlett. Manager or.0ye.1r to fill vacancy B. Gro?n. DeleKato to State Camp Dr. C. B. Grivcs. Alternate Wm. F. Parish. HI. Ocllla Call. The St. Cecilia reception and ball at the M'rtca housa will suitably rele brato Januiiy I, 1W2. It pa public ball, and t.ckcts are on fate at tlu Mor b?i hous-;, Aect's and by members. For those whoilotiot caro to dance, legant card rooms will bo opened. The decorations of the ballroom and parlors will b U.autiftil and impres sive, 'f he t:t. Ccc.has hopo to excelin brilliancy and teauty of decoration evea their great success of last year. Crip HpoMod th Xr 111. The first of ft ries of dances to be given by Uniformed Bank Knights of Pythias was held m Company Ps ar mory on North Front trcci Ia.t even ing. A good sized crowd was in at. tondsiv an I Br aim's orchestra fur nUhed the music. An exhibition drill v.ms to havo been given as or.a feature of tlu enUrtntiaient, but owin? to fovea of the memU rj Ih;: detained at horn"! by an ettack of the grip, that part of the program was omitted. The nextdauco and drill will be given in hbauahm's hall January '2'). rnitsion UiirtiH, Boney 'Kngcnocrd, infant. No. C5i North Coliee avenue, typhoid fever; Willie McGorrien, infant, No. 110 Win ter ?tret, whooping coijjh; Clara Mr G?r:en. Miie conip'smt, ian reii tl'nre; Paul'na D. Jounh. avred 3, No. ) Bartlftt street, John DeJough, in fant. Mine p!cr, Klva Cxk, aged 9, No. -1 Foite r trc.t, scarlet fever. l'arial rrnilta. Dnra Hstkinr, agrd t", N". 5 ITodg son place, acute congestion of the bra'ri; Harriet Hsrnngton, No. 41 o.t avenue, la grippe; Lutse Murphy, St. Joan's orphan asylum, arxctt of plen; Jx)b fmith, L. B. A. hoxe, tnarsomus. f.'r,-iriBx u a i:t ( tit attrris; lamci ritnt aUl4 th titfi 4 HM el t!rrt:S( Irs o f W, 8rott, Tf! Kthrl I. . iw-. ! i . ....,.. .... ii-ts Ja'.i F. Wiiur'. tntyi.TlOi Eoih frii'li ....... .........-...-.irv-.'J Wir.'.0F. tn. Mr Tr... ........... Jl- is.i'. Pt r ; rf Unit h;.-k!. r4r rri ... . . . .V-31 Jn . Jt, fc!itn llttrhofi llttti H14 - .... . .. ..tHJ Ht.r:-w.,. 1 mt mA Ivit tb -itnt.tf ntur aCawiio an do!t vtit. Itt lh otiw,t irrporUaen that the bi&vt hAa!4 kept a fnr a pow 14e. Ho.i,s r, Mjjenlla fee provn it cUifti tJ fc the ;l Woo4 puiStr, rvs; nit ai uu t'wi4 t a fall iy it. Tr.fr re trort at i'i: la Grc 1 lU) cs i.or "c.:if4eirly eihtus el f afur tie;r t--ery-dy Ub .r. Tccic ar uia.'; who re ucibl to iij !i full dy' orotic. j !. r rfvu yUni is irnp. i reJ : C.:r bicod is m tal c u J'.tioi;; t::t y ! r t-.Ti-d out, plij.-alif uier.tally. They ret rvti; tiu v i.v.d u.orc; they j in a.: u a iujQ fcciir L.s.u, turves j and t.o d, k pure i it pr l ou; ono-! thtug i.tw iid av1ivtU, Uvo Iht oida ary IMj.is whivii have L-ecnuud by otcj ie iu lijtf piit. But )ou ray II. is dlEi-mlt to !irjd. ; Yes. r. ; to it bt rwiidure, but U is to j no Ici-gtr. Th re is a creat dieconry, ' l'auo's c-' 'rycoaijouud, that will li ne up their nervous j3icni and give pure, rich liuod. Tut tt;:ra is nulhing like Paine' celery coi.ip.iunJ. H iaaJs alone, Ce I oao Luowti eciSo fr the euro Us- e.i4S ar.siog from impsirracat cf the j pervous y:ew. I It it recca.?d by the hot uien in J tho medical prc(sin in Miciiijan a a pecitu: for tho ichef of Uiieau of t!ic ntrves end braio. li is not u patent medicine. It is rotliin.; less than tno preecripticn of that eii'inent phyaiciaa enl tcientist, Prof. Phetpjoj J-'aitmauih college. He eolvrd ore of tho mc ?t trouV.e soujo pryLlcms that lias cordroiiUi his profession, when he gavo this puru compound to tho world. It iCitores etrciigth, gives vitality, and iaiparts new lite. IMPORTANT CHANGE To 11 ?la4 lr Ou ot Our X-i1in; ltaiM Iloua Jauuarj 1. ISO?, For seventeen yt&r IraC. Hatch, the grocer, has etood to the foro ia Gratis Bapid. Always progressive in his ideas, huum has always I ctn to p!eao his pat: on in every way that lies iu his poAer. Theio could always bo found on his counter and shelve the very best good at tho lowest prices. This ha been thoroughly rroveu by the steady increase ia his business from year to year, until now bo stands as oa of our ttaunchest of buH&csj mea. Tbc cxperiuace of years has proven tollr. Hatch, as to many others, that a credit businer nlways results iu nioro or lct3 1osi, and believ ing that ho can terve his customers better and &t kss cot to thc;n, ha has decided, the lirt of the year, to inaug urato a system embodying ft t trictly cash basis" He by this plan will bo en abled to give prices even lower than ever before, and by this means ho hopes not only to hold his old customer but to obtain many moic, who are anxious to obtain the very best at the lowest casli rates. There is an old adage that says: "It is not what you mr.ke, but what you save, that make you rich," and the house keepers of the city will soon learn that pennies eaved this way will in tho course of the year amount to consider able. He respectfully solicits your patronage, feeling assured, that this ntw move will accrue to the benefit of bis customers as well as to himself. He will nill remain at bis old stand, No. YZo Monroa street. Pop corn only 15 cents per peck at Killean's grocery. Every sack of LILTC WHITE FL0UK has a picture of our mill. None genuine without it. ViLPtr Cm Miluso Co. k TO FROM . Chicago Chicago vu . vu GR&IRR GR&IRR f.eiTefl'd PspMs X-ST6 CMcace at 1:10 a. iu., l.w- V:l'Sa. m.. arrlv tnz hooiu I-uflft CdfUilJi2.J0pm Vnr. anlvm in Clilcatt Z.Ut p. m. 3:10 p.m. Dran inj lloon Jiutret Car, n p. n?.. rtallf vrrtveii irat4 w'ajarr liapld 80 p. 111. car. arrtv- in Cii caxe :-'4a.!3. 10:11 p. ra.. dai:y. 5:0 p. n.. trrlTM Car.arrlvi;rnl t hlcaw 'Cu p. m. liapHlad) a. in. To Make Plants Bloom! Prof. S. T. Msynard, rrof of Sericulture, Msssachusftts AcricuU fAj '." 1 tea a little look, w Wirrfnw nirilffi-nT" lltiUUll UklilbUillg, which wo tend free With each packago of our Flower Foal. This little book con tains directions for fljMy plantins;, pottins and CJ repotting houtc plant, "I'm soloff to tr.ac tntrnnift's plants slipping and rooting, wintering, washin?and transplanting. Also, a treatis: on decorative plants, To Preserve Cut Flowers. And, in short, atout everything that a lover of Mowers wants to know about her fla.-its. T. H REIIWICK k CO., 11 M0MU)S ST BEET. "OUIJA" irrai''4 w 3' h KfTpt'aa Talkirg IUr1, Ti. It Mail fstdntn ef Gtj-v 4 P tl t:. Pitt sJ ft, A Wi5 I lt Ptl t X ia 4 tv D. 29 ANO 31 COSfttC h iK WISEST?. I until a:ar - I. fL'ilii. itfcR'.'f-IH. Act;ucilaai? Or.3 Weak him,? Dm. 28 I'artwrU 14 1 4arita, iOUPH J.00WLING 1 U With h r lfBi:f n67 ... ct.n M!iUr.l u?lj IA 10 -ITtie Red Spider, ltiui-if. r rasj 3 ;l;r3i Nobody 3 Claim. 20 Cli. no CT.i. i Ps t-ve'j tut Pcifor.iwa:sx MARTMAX-3 11 ALL. C. S. II AKT.MAN'. Prop' na Mcr TUESD1Y, jSIiiv 5,' 1892. GRUtlDlOIICtBT! OLIVET COLLEGE MALE QUAHTETTE, 4SS!STID t MISS ANNA B. ShEPARD, Soprano, MISS GERTRUDE KEYES, Pianist Atfml.loa .'. No extra charge tor renr4 srats. hot cr.re on Ottawa sut-tt opens at y a. iu- Urdny. Jai;. i lxi ST. CECELIA SOCIETY Reception and Ball AT THE MORTON HOUSE . Friday Evening, January I, '92 TICKETS, $2- For Halo ly AVlsito A: WJiite,lntoii, Lyon & Co, 3Iorioia Ilouue, Swcci'a ITotol iiutl Corl, Knott Compmiy, 8 Bum's orcrtA HOUSE. WILLIAM V. HMITU. I'roprleur and Msnazer. ME WEEK,SS MOMAT CTL. DEL 28 PARIS GAIETY GIRLS BIG'EURIESQUL TLe Lrct. Grapdcrt n4 Mt Complete Oisantiatloa 1 1 Modern Tunei, FOUR VQ BUOWS IN UKEl fpfctacular! Burlequ! Comedfl PPECIALTIE5: A flalaxv of 31) Uraut f ill Ia4!M. arraosed In porsc mi ,08iurp'". h .-a led LT tlm ledlui lur jue and vaudev.Ilo artlals aad rouedlaus o; Ire world. I'cdv-r itemantcrnci.t of Eusb A Ptrkrtt. Tti3 Fifth Grand Annual Gall or lut BROTHERHOOD OF T11.L tS Uf LD AT IIartrtinnM Hull, NEW YEAFSEVE., DEC. 31 Spectator? p!?crc lalt Jonii titrtrt f-itrmnct; yartiapunti the Vonnti.!n rirrr! entrenre. ?2 i r: 5. AV- 1PWP1 RV AND fJLllLUU i JfOttlDAV QffTS Stcrlirpg Silver Vrticlcs jor Cr;ristnja5t 1891 J. G. HERKNER IT JL GEARY'S WORLD MUSEUM Lda' i CV.!iti's fkncit Btit nrwT lirrr! ill foM JfM o Tin: ag., Miss BELLI CARTER LaJy wita a genuine borse'i inane. THIS WEEK Ti.e Celestial Dwarf Chinese MiJget. New Bip: Ftaso Show each week. Admission 10 cents. mmmm offers CHRISTMAS WEEK. BE SURE and visit our stote if you arc looking for FURNITTRE. Berkey & Gay Furnitt re Co. 170 to 180 CANAL STBEET. LacIIcw, Oeiitf auil Clilldrexi WSAS Tibbs' Perfect Fitt Thcj aJd fracn of rarrlatc in. rrrvrrt contrartion c I me ciirn, i'n rai ivrg ule tcntluit to cinu:r.Pt!on. ulroil hv ciT ai inn bct. la orannc pt inu. gw ln!t ati.l l"t mriiiii. i:nc!o urlis. Ill ' SVki K.at V2XJ! Uy wi:i ir.Kiifd to nnv address ia tu lauoi Mtc. Foe aal oaly at TIBBS' DRUG STORE. ltt Mearoe-aU 1!USE3. - rdrrina b yHE LATEST FADS IN SUITINGS and the finest styles in Overooatmgs foi Fall eindL Winter arc now ready for your selection. You can make a better choice early and prices the same as later on. : 177 CtUaa it.. Grand rapid, lllzh. GOLD and SILVER VALLEY CITY IHON WORKS. ERIE AND MILL STFECT ADOLPH LEITELT, - MANuracTuetn or Steam Engines end Boilers, anjl Ga:ral Mil Unt'z:i$ !.lr rl.ii5i tiem. I'M 1 .-t AitSfiti lor l?!tt!rt t a-lr.f-. 2f Kllan, lr Tif llnluti, iura. ve. leiieTed Uiti.ar Iroa ad BruM CUbx Bolicia CaauiiC. i C-KCniKATI ' Florida -LlMITtO- Ir. T". 0TJf. reTit!ot lias rrmovel to Tl.fi fiilbert P.!. OVLi: lt)K.E'S STOKE. f err?' tMrd 'n U IntrM fefrtt'. (!T" fr-9- f! a. w. to 1 r . n. A .pa lf-7?"?:Tra;.',c,T." : j Oar M&m moth Covcrel "V&ar 1 . -;-y : ;c; 5 -1 i' .1.: 1 ing Shonlder Braces cut uad'-r the ll.a, al a trft t Grand Haplda Mich. tfitalle. eomtortatl. rraaoBabl snii. c njfcTirfm.t. Mat In prif. li rv. lert a wrier i s b;atu. ba. fid' 1 vv' O ml mm- Mill tiraiiaa lauy aaorea ia vaa laiua lo:' circular. F. GRANELLO. Art:Uc Liram a4 Tatior. riatint; on Tab TTare. Hack and Cutter Trimminf In old,t.lver ar aiektl. Grand ftaptds Electro n ting & a tit twt. latwf ram . tacnamci Wfl WRCI CJM8 E.T.YG nr. 5 ara tbo Fiacst in ths West.