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5 1101 W E MM 'to !. 4V Caa Stary Ceaaaa ta UghS Afta itu uaua-aje ietv nu twu- ilea la ftalUaawr and Hi easloyeee la ItrU. DrractT.M:cb-. Jn. 31. A Dr. JekyU ini Mr. Hj4 caw in real hi e came U hxbl her toisv. Oa December H last Charles II. rlffjne, amivldle-at.e'J scan cf diitiujr.aiaaed appearance and a Iruatevi eanpigyeLaCi ttruj Jujuse oi Parke, Devi &Co.,ef this guy .dropped Scad ot heart due jus oa Woodward avenue. Harry White wu present at the 'man's aide when ha fell. and thou'tit Le reccsrvuzed ia Selwyn the brother of an old ttriay Iriand. lie notified this 'friend, O. H. Kicbardeca, who reside in Baltimore, ct tha atracjte resero bianco, aad he came on here to see it the ttranse wan couU bo identified. II armed in Detroit, aad the body was exhuaad. The Uantificat.Qa w 'complete. 1 heiwyne claimed ti$o the only heir ot a wealthy Lui'isii bachelor. Thi bachelor waagt-u. ard at hit deatu 'iiie eu: woMid certainly com to i'o wyne ct h: tualo heir. 8iwy, cla.medtobe raucu disappointed be cause Loth of his children were urls. Accoriir. t his story by hia deatl the toildrsn were ltlitxumiris. Hut theetoiy of Mr. White and Mr. P..chard!on I;iltimcre. rivet tu rtead uiaa a ditftrent aloij. They cay that Kclwayne was the son of a wealthy family of Baltimore. Twelve years no ha uiarricd 0:1a of the society WiUs cf tbe city ol' monuments. She was accotii phjtif d and pretty, but his diatolute habits and netted made her hi unh.ippy. After thr-e y era of Uu m.'itic discord s:;e left him and after ward obuined a divorce. Ke theu lefthon. and bis relatives in Baltir.KTo undei-stjoi that he was travel. aad selling jnxis lor a L'U; ca Moum. But inatrad of boinsc Ihuago traveling man he aa ;n the employ of i'ur'we, Davi4 & Co., ct this ci!.aiul i'.neof tl:e,r most trusted inn. taring a io4itioa of ir.iorUuce. Us received regular renmunces until a tew wtifks - fioni ins uuclc in Balti more. Thf l?tt;r wtre addressed to hi;u at Windsor. U'alkerrille and Hanw viU.n,Oat. In tha njeantinia his wealthy gr ind mother died, end. knowing her :rand. Liri'a dissolute hahiw, left h s sl-are of :h fortune (iT-I.OOu) to his children. J.nce cotnins here he married a youn iad7 at M. Johns, JItch.. who boro him tno childreu. who survivo him. laarS a tick Hra'a Lit. r Apriax, Mich., Jan. 1. A somewhat sensational suit was brought today isrinst Alderman Burton H. Brr.ca, pretidnt of the Adrian Furni ture Manufacturio company an! t man widely known in the stat. 4ct:ou is brought by William l1'.!: aam. aent of th Mutual Keserve Live Block Insurance company of Marshall, tlich., charRirg him with frauduleutly lecaring a j)olicy in that company and ndeavoring ul collect $200 on ibe taath of one of the horscaof the com pa nr. It'is allpgcd that Barnes secured the policy by misrepresentation to the local tfcent, Aluercuua J. B. ' uiUey, the horse beic? nearly (!ead when applica tion was made, and that the auimal was dead teforo the policy was re ceived. Saltlaff Wmwmmem Cld. oorrn Lake Livdcx, Jan. 1. The Cain met and llecla fm?Ump: company today closed down their furnaces, throwing out of employment thirty men. Ibe furnaces were shutdown for the purpose of accumulating about a thousand tons of mineral per month for transportation to the Buffalo Smelt ing works on the opening of navigation. This means a reduction of refined cop- niptitfctrla at Vlar Sprtag. Ceo ar Praises, Jan. 1. Ida Fish, a child about 12 years oU, died of diph theria in its most dargerous form this ruorn.np. Ths council and ichool tuard ruet t!is evening and decided not to allow the r.ext term ot school to 'commence on VIondsy as catalogued, but to wait until the daor is over. This u the rccond fatal case. flack Old Girl. IfiixsDtir, Mich., Jan. 1. While wowing the itilroad track on Oak street, M.ss Cr.bbs, a maiden lady of eighty-five years, was struck by a freight train, bne landed on the cow catcher, &cd Lujg on until the train stepped soHid distance further on. 8ae was uninjured. ttral ftt 2Vwa. Free port wants Iocs I option. Ann Arbor needs street aifut. Plainwtll is to hare anew carriage factory. Katon HapidsUdiet gave a leap year ball "ew Yosr's eve. tf. Edson. riitor nt the Htrt Jcurua', is ill and ctxifiufd tthe WJ. The grip it inereMiug in severitj and extent at ionuaud vicinity. Work hat tfjun on the roof of the llacklty achool building at Muskegon. Grand tali were epilemio all over the sute Ne Year's eve atd New Year's night. The fuatral of the late T. P. Apple irate was itd.t Wedneslaj and was Urtety attflciled. Wni. Durea of Michigan Ce iier, the nan who was reported to have sui cideJ, ii aih e and veil. The fcutt.-)n hat bce.i prewed and 'ectric hgn-wt are tamed cii in twenty - tevfu bat.nets houses at Ked City. Ther -s tronl-Ie in the rar.ks of U. Grant (i. A. K. t at Bay City, and twenrje!tb nifmfwrs have taken oat withdrawal cards. The rrincipal buf;ni itr??t at H nt it N:ng by r!Oiemen for tne apeedini of tufif ani'-.iaU, iu on de Lancr of ibe c:ty orJ. nance. Orer at MuirgtJti Chief of Tol;c Wor;hy and I'ot.ce Captain James hail woruy war WMidsday, andfttrt tuiv Jantea La ten s isvnted, Mrs. Alien, a sunk tiief, lsarviu a srnten in tn )nkeffn ja.l. In ti e fswantitne her tnol ttit tinKireuare hemf care t for at tn Heme far th (rendletJ. Clinton's e?ctr light echeme has : bn practica l snoei! in the head. tUxi'm the f nniot nt hurjf want a Uystens of waur works for U-Ur fire -rotticQ. : A eha-js mtU mansrrett cf te Jivh csa Hjxt f9miy l'atawsil has tak&A ftlace. Jas. X. Botafcr t baa rttirtd frcru the peaiti sf wa&aer, i4 tx beea succeeded by Secretary J. W. (iilkey. The VenaotvUle Zclo speaks in hlah pra;se of Ut society for university ea tens oa aud says wil-io-do-farmf s are nitov.c jr, iito Ue v.Uae in order to t better able U csjcy the advaaiaxes af forded by this oc:ety. F. II. iuahnell, formerly ef the SagW aaw CounerdUrald, is still at Kanaw ha Falls, Ky., where he was the vicWra of a railroad accident. U s sufferings are great, end he will be breuxnl home as soon aa he can be moved. Miss Hf'ei. daughter of Hon. and Mr. K.C. Nichols, of Battle Creek, and UobertTaorne Newberry, toe eminent archiUct of Chicago, were xnamevi Thursday at the hooie of the bride. It wa4 a swell eveut and was attended by the elite of the city. V. C. U tile of Saginaw has d sap peu'ed, together with bis little daub tr, lear ojc hia wife penuhess. Mrt UiLtie recently mortgaged all her prcipttty to set her husband up in Vtr sa'oon busmees, and now B bblo has closed out the business unknown to his wife. A bus filled with passengers waa wrecked by a train on the C. A G. T. at Bert Huron Thursday, The coach crash ki( into the rear of the bus, re ducing it to s pliuters. The passenger jumped for their lives and escaped with a severe shaking up. One of the Lor3f ias fatally injured. Captain Melville. rf Fort (Iratiot, baa is peach tres in full bloom in i; consetvMtory. It ia two and one-hall feet higi and has about two hundred bloasoma and bud. It is the Early Risers pcacis, a variety remsrkablo for enrlr bearing. Iu bright red fruit should be ripe In March or April. FOflGOT TO LOCK AT HER. Awkward rXicamBt lot TTUlcU a St diu TqU freaa Uarvard Fall. A IlarTard student told me an astas ia; story about himself the other day, says a vrriter in the Boston Herald. It secnu that recently his mother had ft youn lady guest at their borne on the Hack Day, autl when he came from col leg'e m tha afternoon ho waa introduced to her. 1 At dinner, also, she sat oppoaito to bill st the tr.blo. He paid little atten tion to tlte fair visitor, as hia mind was ea jrosvci nilh a problem is his les sons. However, hia brothers were as assiduous as possible ia entertaining he?: ' Aa it heppened, the latter had en paemeata oat tliat everinr. and, aa Mrs. A. had promieed Miss S. to have erne of h-r sons to take her to the thea ter, it f U to tha lot of my friend George," the Harvard mas. He accepted the situation sraecfulry, and in ne time the jonag couple set of? for th theater. Arriving, Georjre left hla companion at one aide of the lobby while be stepped up to the box ofUce and pur chased the tickets; then, turning about, be loolted toward the place where be bad parted from the young lady, and waa surprised to see half a dozen there, and yo ffods! ia it poasib--he could not tell which waa his precious cbarjret Here was & dilemma! George said he immediately decided that rather than' risk speaking to .the wron person he would stand atill till the youc; lady spoke to him. So he gazed at hla tickets for what seemed to him an aye but -waa probably only a minute, when Mias B. came up and said: "I fear you did not recognize me." "Oh! yea, yea,r ataraciered George, equivocating; "yes, I did. I thought they had not given zae the aaata I asked for and waa considering what waa best to do in the matter. And thia waa ono of the gallant Harvard men I REMARKABLE RIVERS. Suatcrraaaaa SSraavaaa and Otfcara 'Tbat Slrtlc tn ike TJaiart. The subterranean rivers of the world, of which tLe ono in the Mammoth cave, of Kentucky, is usually reckonod as tha most unique, are srenerally set down in lists of natural curioeJliea aa being the greatest winders in the line of water ways; buulnch lists, however, are not always reliable. To the mind of "Ye Curious Min, aajs the St. Louis Re public, tbr ro are other rivers which have a sufficient element of the mar velous t admit them into categories of the wonderful. Algeria, Spain and India, for instances, each have rivers within their borders which are com posed noti of water, but of ink. That in Algeria da water until after the union of two of its principal tributarica, one of which Hows throngh ft country strongly lsxregnated with iron; the other corned from ft peat bog. The chemical action of the iron cm the gallio acid from the peat makca a beautiful writing fluid. The Wobbe SbebeyU. an African river, ia one of the wonders of the Dark, Continent. Although it is ft lare, rapid Cowing river (almost aa largo as our own Missouri) end flows for hundreds of miles through a fer tile country, it never reaches the sea. About thirty milea before its waters get t the point where they should miutf'e with thoM of the Indian ocean tha vfrinle stream sinks out of sUbt into the rands of a desert. A' CHINC3E COUNTRY HOUSS. II Caa Oa!. Oa HcUm iWaa. la TTalcJk Ska rirr id taa raaaOj Uva. A Chi ry s farm booae ia a curious loo It la? aVale. sya tae Jewiah lieeaen gsr Usua4y it la ahcltcred with groves of feathered bamboo and thick, spread ing Mny-unS. The walla are of elay and wooJ, aad the interior of thehouae con slita of oaa riaia room, extending from th fl-w? U t!i UTed roof, with cloaet lIiiuif aoiu-iarvjuta irt tM rornera for leeplnj-rxruia. Tlere la a sliding win dow la the roof sntyle.rat of oyater alalia arrange la rewa, while the aide windowa are mere woodea shutter. The Coor Is kcre earth, where at nff hirJl t.ere eriea gathers together ft mli rllaae TnafafstHy of dirty ehildreft. fowls, dtieks, plgeoue and ft litter of pig all Uin togetiier la happy bar mftny. Ira tome district iafeated by parriadleg t4!s bo3eee are atmngly f ortilled wttH hlfh walla, conUlotn apertcTea for f rearma, aol protected by ft tat erontl by ft ra1a drawbridge. With r'a'aw ewine and a well under hie ror-f. the Unx3t and hit men aatgbt boti cut tgaia4t year's siege. ATwhMaeiTakVjs At Cilinae. t th churchyard, ttkere Is ft ewrious nsoruaaeot, whkb wad erected f t eiliaeaws of Colotar ia saesanry ef YrabuM who were thctby the Crmaae wbest tba Utter entered the t? . Viewed freta diaUace it ftrafaryj it taere dnely it is observed that oce alia la sightly raised, aad from the grave ceeaee ft band, waick graap the edge of tbe atone; while at anaUxtr part a wbole arm ia atretched out, and U ecdeavoriag to grap real FrencJi bayonet wfcwh Ilea neujr. TLe whole tu the appearce cf a per aoa wh has been buried sJive tryiaj to escape froaa the tccab. Tbe hand nod arm are cf brent aai liie-aiae. i Vanity Fair deeters a it a lady who recently visited the cuarthyard, aad who cams upon thia rvalutie structure unawares. falnWd from terror. A Lafta'a Itaafaaraaah la Tbosaae county, Ga., waa Iaaonla lake, of large extent, hi:h haa within a few mouths alraoct entirely disap peared. As far as the vuion can reach 'is wnate and t are the bottom of the lake, with nothing to mar iv barrenness hut the coon tit is numbers of turtles, terrapins, fish and eels which writrgle, squirm and crawl about in he mud in a vain search for water. There is supposed to be the mouth of a aub terrauean paasago through which the waters of the Like have escaped. Once before, lal85e.it la said, the lake raa dry, women and fjinnons. tray a Ldy Uagcra at tha Loaktea-Cdaa unt Yiaws Uaraeir Font Ttmaa. .There is at least one lady in Chicago who has the courage to tell the truth ia matter in which most wcrnen would tergiversate. Oa being twitted by a re porter for the later Ocean on the gen eral focdseta of ladlea for mirrors she said: "Yes, I frankly adalt that when ft woman baa got her bonnet nndgiovea on and ia perfectly ready, with her par aaol in hand, ehe always goes back to the mirror to take a last fond fare weld. Every woman does this, but' few are bonest enough to confess it. "I dont mind telling you, continued the frank but cynical young lady, "that X myself am cot satisfied with oae last look. I.invariably take four. The first ia for myself, that's fair; the second ia for ray brother, - or or some other young man, thsf s nothing but jutt; the third ia for my friends, that'a only gen erous, and the laet is for the women I dont like and who dont like mo, that'a human nature.' If the fourth satisfies me, then, I assure you, I never take any more. .' . . Tha Prince ACletlaa. To strangers, the "tic" of the prince of Wales i somewhat disconcerting. About once in every minute and a half the lid of the right eye drops complete ly over the baU The eye remains closed for the space of about a second, and then 'suddenly opens again to its fullest estent, no ether feature of the face baying moved meanwhile. People who ace the prince for the first time are tempted to believe that he b deliberate ly winking at . tbemj an impression which 13 . strengthened by the prince's reputation of geniality toward men and gallantry toward women. Of course, bowe-er, the wink ia altogether in voluntary, the result of a tie nerveuz. . Old Ttsaa la Egrpt. ' In digging out the colossal statue of Hame&es IL nine feet and four inches of coneolidated Nile mud bad to be re moved before the platform was reached. .Tris platform was laid 1,391 years be fo;e Christ. - Hence, three and one-ball inches this consolidated mud repre sents a century, there having lapsed 3,215 years since then. Under the plat form a depth of thirty feet of Nile mud had to be penetrated before aandy soil was reached, and, according to this, 10, 000 more years must have elapsed. Pieces of pottery were found there that how the Egyptians to have possessed enoug ' civilization to form and bako vessels of elay 13,00 years ago. Dystesnlte for TTaraaars. One of the latest methods for loosen ing the earth to a depth of two or three feet and allowing the absorption of con siderable moisture In periods of drought is by the use of dynamite electrically fired. The inventor of thia ingenious tilling of the soil drills boles two or three feet deep aad five feet span, mak ing sixteen hundred to the acre. In each holt) is placed a sufneiect quantity of the explosive, connected with ft wire leading to the battery, and after tbs earth is tramped down tbe whole ia dis charged by a spark Aa Extaadad Exaaataatloa. He Are you sure X am the only man yon ever really and truly loved? She Perfectly aure. I went over the whole list only yesterday. N. Y. Weekly. BABY A SOLID SCAB Torturlsj Disease of Elood and Skin. Ilany Doctors Fail. Cured by the CutionrftlXera. ediea. , I bavs s sister truubtsd with blood r akin disease. It cmmae;i wkea abwut one year id. W wool try aaa doctar ant then aeotear, ana itoaiec Uka may were clad to get rtil of 1U fho ihty would camweucr. ih? W4UI4 aay It 1s east lr.el np anl rurr4. Lut It U-.1 Uiry would say lt,eiitd not be ciTrd. It ran n aiiaut two year. Vi hud trkd al tba doeWraarmid. aua they fhad tatted. I yor a4eerilaaaaeat tn tha paper, aad wrote yea ltf dlreetioa aod yaa end m a eapy t year be at oqem W thau cotCmrvsa RtxsniR and uej It. U dried up taa aarva and healed tuen up riglit away, llrr fare, brad and pajia ol her br were a solid e-aa. the way it would commence It would raises mall lamp under the skia. than became a mail at m v and Itched that ah got no teit niht or day, aad she woum acratrh litem, aad uatter wotili come out ot tUeia Sad tueyaoQid Seep tprfadlng and Itcliin. 1 am aure Ira n what I aaow at the Crncr4 Ktainas tbey are the teat raedieiaas tar ctetnia, or b.ood or tkla diMaaee tsnt aur oStcaaaae. iMi.(.E U. OAKT0N. Tllgh Faint. Deeator fa., Iowa. Ottttotirn Xlemciiloe 7se4 irsttfnl ta9ttBTontals tell the story ot treat phyafai sifterta. nf mental aaiutat bf Maaait of bamiiiatlflf diaflgnrationa. and l ihraataaart daai.rs fcsppity aad fpiliy endrd ty taa i t rm: it Mtita. tas crrtet aia (urea, tuei rurtQois and Mkiv( Itamedta vne wrid has avtr kaawa. Ctrtcvia )'t-iLiiT. -ii-.o n-w lilooi act H Tariu'V lateraaiiy (U ttraae is 1,1 .wd et all imperltiat aad potaonoua elemental aad tuvw a taecraet f-afn r,ra. aai iVrrra f fr, an at'iaikitf ?ia Partner aad JbeautiBfr. Ulnni 'Ttli etOa the eiln aa4 aalp and rev ore lha natrrftwroeaerv dtaeaaa aad aavf mi th Hiii. at aip. aad Noo-1. wih loat at tair. f rAva 1 9 ( , t r t to fri h ai Mp a to aeratata. h.n two Uei phfitclaaft baiUla, aad a l ataer temvdtas tail. faMerynr. Prtae.reiK i .ltM Fr, l:t m. Si k, jPraprd tf taa Pot. 114 t a- odI'.i ivih'jtitiut, settaa l."t4(r ' Haw to irt a !i?ae,' t4 taaa, j ilUstratitaa. tud unwa .. P I If Vti'U Wart-ntada ro4. raa. ahap4 a s an 4 (tisst .-4 kf Ctticea sar. Vfsy '0 FvHtUQATIZ ABOUT Htl ft. J C la ata talaaia (ha Catieara 1 ("it r-aaareUteail.4-if -ali. htp. Iilaef. t'us- a (t!r, tt4sMll Mill. TRt S M r,i a fataaUuus &ata auaag t9aaia-1 va at fbaUt. I OBoreouod1 em Calda JeorSa. SaraTaraat Craa. lataaaaa, VSaaiagC&.SaaaiiaM4AUiaM. iwi c a taajwUaa ia a . m mtr ia aeaaa ng z. cauiw Ta will aa Ua v caUtat artact awe takiaa tha at 4m- ar mm Hi O Sfc Nearly every pattern of t forS3 Blanket is imitated in color ?md style. In most cases the imitation looks just as good as the genuine, but it uzsn'f the warp threads, anJ so lacks strength, and while it sells for only a little less than the genu ine it isn't worth one-half as much. Hie fact tltat Hens DIanhts arc ''copied is , strong4 evidence that they are THE STANDARD, and every buyer should see that the tA. trade mark is sewed oa the inside of the Blanket. Flvs Mllo Doss Q Eloetrlo tMta i esx Baker C8QSE DLAHEIEYS ARE THE STRONGEST. 100 5: A STYLES st prices lo suit eTerybody. If you can't get them from your dealer, write us. Ask for the 5.a, Book. You can get it without charge, WM. AYRSS & 60NS, Philadalphix The Best is the Cheapest First Class Grades ol Hard Coal, Coke a Wood A , . at tbe lowest market prices can be , ' J - obtaiaol at . KILSTROM & PETERSOIi'S, No. SO Weet Brldee-st. Vrl. Cor. of 5ee- oud-aU and (1. K. k 1. R. R. sarDellrery saado oa elocute Urn. -; - FOR r,OALf ORE, HAltCOAlX COME TOf CENTRAL OAL OMPANY. 09 Ottawa:st. rtes 3L DOir.V WENT WOOD TO THE EOFTOM Xamely 03.00 Cord. A. B. KNOWLSON, 25 PEARL STREET. W feid 5 . rl I . e M ai o IH .S3 L i-M.-a n m a. M I S.f CStakaatw EaU tMaavaad ftVa. EHHYnOYiU PILLS ert4aat m r SWwUa. A. a'. t w mmU0rm4 1. Nd aM M naiCU iwtHMliiiiMMnMn, I.Im V aaatSatt . ii.hUb V ifnm, maianiaii 4ietaaW.araM4a Sa. S-aaad,ra weaa SaaadtHy. Waaajwaay laf.Miw, tart a4 t rlrrnl, aiaatf taawiarMwraw, ata S asaaa.i i 4 -ae Si-at ea fc 1 Wt VSwa)a aHwe ? ftrr huiM ia I tlTO raatla trm. Mfet Mlr i Ir.. KOTUt tu sTocfttioLiiana. To aaaait raeauiii at taa i!a hilars af taaUraad Ridt S lad aa ha Iraad Ce panf. wU t Imo a the trt a.lia. ta taa tut . (ifa kaf ;4S. iitl.iai. a Wfl6a 4f. llarrli 4. i'2 at a rlk p. a.. Ir tha aiin ! taift(i It'r' t aera fr tfca eeaiua yer, aad 1"T ir Iraneaf ta f e'fh ifcf ta.Uji tiRf yre t4d t (fee raettts. efetary. fraHE f COAL WOOD S3 FLOUR ' g GRAIN rrti aVTj am areata r IBBTH laLTrUCTIJD FOB tiC C0T-D niXtSa FOR tl.CJ) ASD UPWAKD. EXLYEXl BILLING a A FULL UPPER OR IjOWEU SET OF THE SE$r TflTiX FOE TJEXTH FILLKD OR KXTIIACTF-P WITUOLT PAIN BY rtiSS A tXi OSTtTaTPEB. VITALISED AIR J PJJ1N1STERED noous: 37, S3 AND SO WONDERLY BLOCS, - Cor. Moaroft acd raal Ma Take llietator U Tturd Plat. na ahouaa aai lot ta Petoakey. 9 aiacka irou poaiaSioe, tti.t 1 via eclaafe tor e ty i-re?tftv. ftFFIfF R0frlv-l,'t5' w- vrAt TELEPHONE 254. i.i, c. ora, Hist PHYSICIANS. J.J.RICE, M.D. Ckrtalc, Ebi and Eercsss Diseases I tali ass. Its 4 p. sa Ttln,av TELSPIJOKEUL POOL'S 32 TO 3 liOUSEUAN CLOCK Grand Rapi a, illca. F. LIHDLEY HQAG. FX. C, Q. EL A. Chrg. raacnca iu tsb te Eye, Ear, Nose a Throat Itoom 81 and 32 Porter Block, 133.4 Monro atreeu ITeers t t ts 11 a ta, 3 1 8 n to. 1 to 3 ra Sun day a. By aiipoatioeat. lUfereaeea: 9ra licham. Mulner, binelalr, T.atan k Matbewa, THnut i uraven, Batnterd. llliytr, Kvaua, lo Liio. Batta. Marvlue. Cuioiuinco k liatea. DB. B. MILTON GREENE, Practice Confined to Diss&t of the EYE, EAR, HOSE AHO THROAT NO. 147 MONROE-ST. New Kenda'l blse etp. Paid: era' Jlonuraeut. Cfflee Hours 9 to U a ro. 3 t 8 p ra. Kven tnesby appotBtmoot. Bandar It till I. TeJ paone: At office 47. reatdeace Til. JJR, BI H. PASCO, N. 592 Cherry-st- Qraad Rastds. HOUSS-lOto 11 a, in.? lto4 aad 7ut a. at. Sundays, 120 to 1 JO n. m, Telephoned Claeasea f tbo Mled aad Nerron Pyitem and Ofcaecelosieal Cases at a nervous orlaia a siaolalty. D. EIM3IETT WELCH Practice Lixnltod; Nose, Throat Eyo and Ear i 79 Monroe Street GRAND KAPID3. MICUIQAN. NOTICE. lliaoaic Mitvl Brttanr Aaaecunos) Or WKSTiaw Micmmav. Grand Rapid. Mien.. lee. 14. 1S91. J A aeeelal meetlnc of th member of th Masonic Mutual ileaeflt Aaaoclatlan ot Wott em Mtcblxan In hereby called to meet at ta Maaonle bail, tn the elty o( irnd Kaplda. oa the sixth day o( January. iW, at ouo o'clock p. tn., to rou.lderacd deelda uroa a tlaa f oreanizatlou. and to make suea ehanxe la oar articles Ot association aa taay b louud necessary. Wil. P. iyES. Presldsat. Attt: JACOB BART1I. Acting Secretary. ATTENTION. DciLctu'Omci Of tb liBt of Koro- vroa, Grand Raolda. MleS- Den. VS.1AI. Sealed rroposaii will be rrfl d at the of fice ot the iwc.etary. City Kali, until S p. m Januaty for the com Miction f th new Jlich School butldltif on Hsaao1 street, ar eordlnc to purs aad epeciflrations made ty Y. l. Kotloxoa. arcMteeU Tlaua ai.d tecf flcatloos vlll be fonnd at tli ffDce et the aen. retary at the Board roorin. City It all. Ml. must Laaecomranled byerrUfled check of im The taard renerra tie rlht to reject say aad ail bids. T.D.BRAIFTFLr. Chairman Committee I iu laics. NOTICE I The anneal m eel lag et the TTestern M'.ebt fran Agricultural and Indmirtal aociety will l he.d at fcweetj Uotel ta tto5Clty f Grand riaplls.lllch.. on Tae sday. January 19. U?i at 9 o'lock p. n.. for the pcrpoa eleeriag flro directors ana th traanaction t aueb ether hu!Rfat as mat troaerly earn before tall meett a . All raembara ef tha soetety axe urgeatly reqaerted to b- preeast Z. V. C1I E.N E V, Secretary. ftUARfilAX'fi 8ALKln tboraatror of tb VT esute of Mary Hart man and Chrte tlaa Martmao. nnuor. Ncrief u hereby tfren that I abail aell at fvaile anrttoti, t the tigliett Hticrr. o fitjrcar, the :ml day o( January. A- 1. lw4 at 19 a'elocK In the forenaoa. at tha frotdor tfthe pr.tat off o. la taa city at tiraid Rapid. Iti the eouatyor Heat, la tha MaH ct AllcbUar,. putauant to lieeaaa a l authority Ktactd rt tn on lha H!hdayt Xceemher A. I. 191 by the erobato eonrt ef Kent county. Michigan, a I of thertcbt. iltl. latereat or estate i aaid mifiora. tn or to that eertala plce or rrel of taadsltbated and belag In the eouaty el Kert. atita of Michlrao. kaown aad deacrttxd as f aiiowa, ta wit; Lot number three tund red tfteen a1o' ef Ioiart A 'o.'t addtt!oa ta the ettycf Onnd Riptdft. lllrhigaa. according f the ree Med rlat thereol. I.'ted Deterobr, n. A. P. 11. J0HK Jl'NUP ACKER, satjsa taardAafaaidmlars. T&EASCKER'S KOTICS. City Treastirers nr.p(, Qraad Rarlda. Micb lec. k isi. f TTetlee t hereby e re s that tb aeaeaject ro!l forth eatruciicc of a ewcr ta teie Lalayett ftreet frcra Kat Pu:tea Afreet t Wavhtettaa treet. ta the elty ef orand PaMds. It new la my bands, and thtt I wi:i re rsee reymant tbereoa tcr th per1d f twrnryriayt from t't da at i be Cm f th City treasurer. City TlaH A 1L1.T AM HAKE, Jan. 8 ti ty lte9are. TltR AtrRKatH KOTtrK. Citf Treaanrer's ft)Hea). Grti4 RapMa. Huh , le, i. 1 L f Tetl'e ere T r f a tht tbe ataasTtrnt roil tor taitnr M ra;-Tf .( fa: -t fraia roatb rat tr-ot i Viator tr"t, ia tn efjy . rtmtid r.Sf:dlts my bifida, aa4 tuat 1 wia reet. patrt taeT. an tor tl rorf f twatr f tr5fl tfca d'e. at th e et Ifeatliy 7r-aa-T. City WILLI 4M HAK. Seel Off Irwaecrrv. WEALRD r JtC Pi's. A hf Aeaiad blis wi:iib ria4ht the ba4'rgi4 t a4 lawndiag tt.atth day f Jaawary. IS?1 tt ta f arcaaaa af t ka caer? praferty. ewsw ! Rat aat Ltaa atrofte, iexir4:ag bM::eg tfceree. I aaaa;aa ta be fiea a taa ear., pn-ua af tf . caart fcaae aed Its ery ty ta. aaera! cciy f.5.'a IS R.ard f aTy'aara taef tbe rfxbt t ra;att af aJ btda. niuro riAPirs nrriAKA runAi twlKf ts aCaot aaettf U. li. taasau9 sears, Ar-tract lrS fe Crjljs ul CU!mi Ji", Iff riwae Cirt sad liaaviaaw tOaa llst I er aatsew aae ttarora at JStpas 4lt For f tUMei. sd LUuS- tusw . 8 U P ts 3 f 8 lrai aaaqvaa aad Ci- raa ISSpaj Traia rlrlag kt $.W V g,Ul!li eUe tro. taiiy accept tvad;. taaias anraw. A r. tros I . rtn euia. tn a liaa rips Utiae hertfc. forCtactasatl l av kalawfta k I 1r. ao e irt Wayne aad us . it &i s as FarCaoiaaati lain i or t ataajta .. ieevata r'.o Ssax aae l4d iraiaa teaenis at a-fti p an aai I1.C5 ? aa ri . hmi w aeii tanap, w eaa Orad'elapJ Aa ft tad taa a- I t itaa jweavU . t as a nu-ltf j a aa- fa a a Frexa " . Arjasa.44aaaSUsa suuertr aaa rSLa tus saavtcg. Karih-tiaO s ta lra,s t'arlae Caair Ca Graua Ila4o to Prtoakr aad Xiaeklaaw. . li sa a ta tiaia haa a wmii aara tarand tLk. MaitffdDaaeyaad 3iaetuulw7 wm4K beevb-J oi.-iu ta Patter Car Oraal tU plat to CiaataaaJt. 15 jm k tma ba Waraar Parlor Car Graat Ra?dateCUe.. W f fw w Atasr CiatsUs Car Craaf rUvldftoC:ac!ftuati. UW sn truhM Viatf fiaiJlM Cs Ctaxa lUulcs ta Cai?zi. CHiaco vu c n a l Lv Grand KapMs JeSlaaa 2tt9paa ll( p Arr(aics, ite;Psa atSa IwXiari train has tbrouKa Vtgiff Jartd ear. aad 11 Oa ta Ua-'s daUf. UwaiuS La h.ea. 7aaa tWpas )t1par ArrUr'dU r ia Spsa 4Usi i i p tn train Tttraar f Kgr psriaf caa pDpta train, dat y. Urease Wasset eta U t far. w Thronrb tick eta aad fnt InfaraaarJos eaa be badbrea-lmg bsa A-Aiqu.at. tlesete! at union etauoaarQ. W..Mur.aaa. L'oioa Uasf 4rct.7 Aftroa-at Grand ftaplda, Ulotu C I Loos wees, Qea. Pasa. ApsL TAK3 SHORT A niCfllOAH CCUIttXl i loe3oct.Mt.ii.ii5L . Pcpvt. wtPiataatrwta. bi sbi in .a ,f-VT frllJI ar. t aai liU.VjUW4UUlCo---Ar, tsl JA pra am US 11-lr.. VVhart aH tt a ro pro i:&.Ar a aa p aa J5atk Bead Ar. t U l Chi air .?J1 u is 3 Tb&am r.w it i tf a r P ts ts Ia Ite.tT ..Clvlan4Xr. sas it! 20 lCSV..r Bcffalo LeOIi 11 tb Lae Shor etaCiarelaBd fBeoaaeeUoe with the tlrt aad P. aad L.L.K. Va taraaa tat UiUtoat and moat direct route to rnttargv . 0,T. A P. ACieroJt.O T. B,Rarc, Tie Aiesi. Oepat. Jaa.Casratxucitv Ag t. Aiar-t. CHICAGO AWO WEST MICHIGAN srv. CCINQ TO CHICAGO. Lt,?,rCR .rIfi.S.oo am Lt pn Ar.CU'CAllu' S:4p b.Jipn kETCJUflXO FROM CHICAGO. Lt. CHICAGO- .9:C9ajn 4:&a ll:lai Ar.GRX) KAPIl);:apn 19:10 Ja vo aa raew atarov 84i&oa. ar. joaara ast . ' i'Aroua. La. Grand Rap14a...poam myt1:iBW Ar. Qraad feaptda-.ti:ic am Mpm Far laOuaapU.s I2.v6 n. ra. ealy. ro aap raoa anaacoa. lv. O. R o . am 17 -05 pm I : paa 8 39 am Ar. G. K 10 i5n i-)m l:Zvm SZ-Z ro aa r9M wavjMca asp raaecaas errv. Juv. rtrand Raplde....... 7;aj aaa 8tT7 ps A.tiraad Rapids-. .ll:t5aaa 9.46 pai THaVWGU CAR SERVICE. 8twen Grand Rapide aad ChieMC-Vasraei r . , v" T "f" 4apiaa It O a. tat leaTe Chicago U:L; p. m, Irawlng hoea Cars l7!,0rw'4-u',,41J: . aeo Chl- RapldsytOO am; leave Chlcaf am. kietweea GraBit KaptJa aad llaaltoPrea nalr (ar-Leaeee Grand JUpida 6:17 ptc; leave atanlateee.V3 am. DETROIT, gov-mw LANSINO dt PtORTMKRN St. R. GOIXQ TO DETROIT. Lt S?IP RAPIDS. 7:L5 am 1 pa S:4pis Ar.DLTROlT UM m &:lo pm lO.efipat RCTURNZKO PROM DETROIT. Lv. PETIWIT 7 aa ! :1S paa ft.tt ra Ar.G RiRANDS ..i:.Oprt '4 tipm 10:13 pm T ard (rem Laatlag and Howell Same si UacdIriaIelro!t. to a rroa siGisaw, auia aaasv. tevra. Lt. Grtad Rapids . T r am 4:19 pas Ar. Uraad Kaplda. . 11 :M am lt.-sd pm yatowctt via Lwtu a sasnaos a. a. Lv. Grand Rapids V:15 am I M pm IJpm Ar. Iron Lowell U;is pm 8:18 pm . TU ROUO U CAR t i.R VICE. retwen Grand Rtplds &nd Detrit-Parlet ears oa all train a Sata 2S cent. Betwero Graad Rapid and fcast raw Pari ear laarea Grand Rapids 7. mi arrtrea la Grand Kaplda ln pra. 6eatZ4eaata, iJeeri 'lae. (th'rut- dayanTy. 0E0. DaHAXtX. Oaa, Paa r aA am tun 'iti r t m p w tiS HA Ar TIME TABLE w 1i? V 1 110X7 US ZT7FCCT. nTna Tra4BLeaee.te. irtAia. la.,f. li).V.'a. j p. lvMdatr 43aaa,!9 8rta?a Spm lV pm lm!a Ar1 74aaifll 4 V7pm(JJS?am t-UJohna-Ar fian: 17 X7ean 8 90 paa M ham Gwos...Ar av4am lXnn 4Sam tiiaa Lf.!3aw.r IC Narti aCSpia t 9.pm SiiSam I'y Oty-.Ar.U:irr st' i m I4"pm tam flint IrJ'iraoi 140pm tS5pmi84Can P Unraa Arhl 14-an eft pm Sai'pmlt?- PoRtie.Ai e aij hib fttis Pc trait.. ., Ar II vai 4 W p 9 ml 1 wraTWB. " Traiua SsTsi j f e. U fffe-sa ;' . Psa. Ora'd Raplda.,. j 7M a an J es pir a is m VV.1 U V" ' eiSam 7 If pa IUta M!)wckfi..ar neamer'. tb.cato ..-.... rlvean;i , f Trana arrive from tlioCaat. iMaga. UC3 ft tn.tipaaoalSiMpa- N f ! Trai Jiswrif uam ta West 11 18 s ss 8 II ro BR. M OF. I ra X MirnpsH, t r. r. w wmm. Ami, Jr.CanLu Citf Ttcet Aareat, U Uenrwa tats TMi Riaaaea u.a ccutb. - - ATTIV, I" cr i er fciPTpa,.. ,.. nwpa etroit ajayreaa n Miaed nn l'ry kaproea tmm lt 0a At aatie aud l'aeiBc.... ..t cu a rt i-Jn 7tfta V7au loan liJilO Mat:y. AU etoer d4'y eiert i sada MlVrgcuiarTl..ril f-Mwp-.ag cars ea l ac-3 a aad Alters Ca frees te anl from Iet:e:i Itriev tzrs mr tar lwtrelt ou av. ta. ratarauay leave Jetmt 4 4;S y. tru. arrtnn al tiraad fia'H et 18 1. . Thrcet eoeruers aade at Detroit wits el tfererca trc-s zzi llrkin aMe at l'i It' aetaSc. Si Ueav roe eret ard at l"Be depot. " rtrvU. Katcsja, 4si kri.nr,zrf4 O.tf. Kvoeua. . P. ant 1 Agt. Cewts. t.Trrfeetien (Mti f w- r t an ai iala. rUk. V1TS .v a M U S'rataawrbaaB8 law ta 1 ta S a A Irwr(rH. fveet ttsyv1dre-it(-?ClaS UALYDOdtiAracu. u:;ustu.o Jf ltl Vi t. .v. rr- Watiltal a a?tal W raw -Ti.la -foaCS.fartaar.S. iwtiu,. Latward a.tl bag Warner Parlor jerat ir Vn. 1 Tal tr rar. M'unar . foarwara Vo. ' tfatroer eepr. La. ll lariorcar. Rf. i Ktr ranor io:at c J V. Lora. Jrae Manatee.