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*r&3s
One Dollar per Year.
Corunna, Michigan, May 2,1895,
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Volume XV, Number 21.
—W. E. Braman, of Flint here Tues—Property in Corunna has advaneed
day.
25 p>r r<9nt'*inee the fire.
A
second-hand
road
wag—Ezra
Mason
tbo
caHers
here
—The. school boaAl has purchase
Q0RSUCH <fe WELCH, Proprietors.
Tuesday.
on, by Geo. 0 . Mason.
seven relief maps for the use of the
Published every Thursday morniiwr, at Corschools.
—Mason
Cole
has
located
bis
feed
store
For sale: A four year old Jersey cow,
MaVthetouatyy Seat or febtaw*8««County.
w*8««Coy
th
KubUean neatly fall blood. D. R. Currier, Cor- in McCurdy building.
the interests orr the
KepubUean
—James Burgess, of Pine'Lake, .and
to of local and general
tYUli&m,
of Byron, at the county seat
unna.
^
tf
—Mrs. Geo. Tuttle Is able to ride out
x s i O o e ye*r, ti.CC: six months, fifty
Tuesday.
As chief executive officer of tbe vij i _. •.
~"'~
FOR SALE: Sliver Laced Wyandotte occasionally these fine days.
oentft; three montti, twenty-*ve eents.
J Ni ht
rir
t i i n g rates jaiade known at the office.
eggs, 5Octs per setting.
of
CoruniiA,
it
becorow
my
duiv,
wtlnir
*
'*
*
—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lemon are re—Mrs. R. J. Aagsbury, who HSJS been
FirttxjUw* facuitfM for Job and commercial
S. B. LYSJAN.
ceiving
congratulations from Corunna umler O»e solemn oath of office which I j
quite
ill,
is
slowly
Improving.
printing of all kind* on abort notice,
friends
this;
week.
took iiv entering upott the dutio* of thwj
—Judge McCurdy ha* bis office with
Prof. 3L E. Monwan scientific and
A
—Judge McCurdy got his safe out of office of Mayor, to sot-that the laws of j Friday mot*)**. a 3
Practical Optician, at 309 Comstock S t Jas. M. Goodell in the Agnew block.
A Pteker
-T^IBST tf ATIOSAX BAM*
the
State
of
Michijsaa.
so
far
a*they|a-iU
Editor
Bradley,
from
Banerolt.
the
ruins
Tuesday,
and
found
everyOwo&so. Eyes examined and glasses
—W. A. Knight A Co. bold, a large
O*1 OORVNNA
affect
the
peace
and
p«*«*>erity
»
d
welj
were
returni^
from
tbeM
scientifically adjusted. Oculists pre- l<iad of furniture to parties in Saginaw thing in good condition.
W D(lA1
Ifc
l
—Mr. Welr,/jf Detroit, state agent tor fare of our city, are enforced; » d I de- > of inrtructioi, al Owoaso.
"
^re«M«it,|
* VTto£p№*Went. scriptions filled and satisfaction guar- county Tuesday.
sire to call the attention of the people {gmoke and gave the alarm JZi
Cashier,W. A. BOSEKKRAKS
raoteed.
—Rev. and Mrs. Benson, of Byron, the Detroit Fire Marine, here Tuesday j and those engaged in the liquor traffic [ Tbe fire wa* in the seewd storv
w.F.
to adjust the Joss on the Wiicox build- !
Don't forget that you can buy Chase visited their daughter, Mrs. Bert Pratt,
DIBBCTOBS.
Ing, who had an insurance of 91000.
! within this city, to ibe fact that while basement of the north buildkw of
H
| J . DBISCOIX,
A Sanbourn's coffee at M. A J. Garland's of this city, on Tuesday.
J<0O
the liquor business, while conducted in three^tory brick block k n J J ? * *
|A.©ABMS,
tba
Anna Dickson, of Detroit, ad- j coQformity with the laws of tbe State is [ Phoe«ix Block.
—W. J. Tanner will occupy rooms in j m—Miss
I PATBICK tiACJ-AGH*»
nil
Consult Prof. Honreaq the specialist
will r C • * *tratrix of the estate of Phillnda •
L.
entitled to aqual protection under tbe i Theuredepartene»trespoi«tednto«Dtmade and promptly remitted about your eye sight Home and office the Waverly bulldicg, as
' j Bagg, deceased, ia town this week look-;
Rouse with his restaurant.
law with every other hu*ines«, I shall j ly and l t Joofced a. tboaeh tJieiU
curofttratesofBxefcaace. ,.
309 Comstock St., Owosso.
_
! ing after tbe insurance on the building!
rwuT **viat*K«*to9 Deposit*
insist upon a rtrict observance of the would be subdued, but the well at
i
cnement
Hotise to rent, horses bought and sold, —The Lalagsburg ^ews is now made fof^eceag^
provisions of the liquor law in all Us river bank where tfee suetSou bos*
_,
*
I^-Dcmfts sold to aay part of the wond.
and buggies and harnesses for sale. In- up as afive-columnquarto—an improve-!
various detail by those engaged ia the j dropped, was clogged, aad the he*» had
T h e c h l l d r e n
ment over the blanket sheet.
L ~
« «M*»T»1 given Tues- b u a l a e s
quire
of
Dr.
Babiogton.
**
(to be taken up and reiaid from O»
CHAS. O. ST*WABT.
—Miss Mamie Frain left on Tuesday ji enjoyable
day and Wednesday
evening
was
a very
affair.
Tbe
little
tofts
exeI call attentioa expressly to the fol- at tiw
* corner ef the court
CO.,
ft. L. SWWAEt
Prof. Monrean the Optician will fit evening to accept a position in a dresscuted the drills in a most pleasing and lowing provisions of the liquor law: This occasioned th* toss of Bw*en
yon
satisfactory
with
glasses
hs
here
making establishment at Cleveland, 6 . accurate manner.
the continent or
'-All saloons, restaurants, bars, any tav- able time, and A m who hsd bees
In Owosso, at 309 Cotostock Si.
forei**
h
—Glen Young, son of Harvey B. —Tbe JOL'BXAL. has secured tempor- ern, or elsewhere, and all places except ing in faneied eeevitv saw that
The best is none too good so b»y Young, of this city, has been engaged ary quarters in the office formerly occu- drug stores, where any of the liquors property was doomed.
Chase & Sanbonrn's coffee, of tbclr sole as station agent for the D. & M. at this pied by Chas. Holmau, over the First mentioned in this aci is sold or kept for
As tire wall* of the
g
agents, M. & J. Cariand, Corunna.
P*****
j National Bank, where all old and new sale, shall be closed on tbe first day of were beginning te. till and **nfifitgi oai^
Pbippfe, OWOBSO, Mich.
~Mrs.John Kightland, of this city j 'friends will bemade 'welcome visitors. the week, on ail election days and on all the opposite side of the street weretak-*
Farms and city property bought, sold
was called to Kent Ohio, last Friday on I '"^j^ Knights Templar bad a drill holidays, and that the Jaw1 requires that ingfire,the water in the task gave o ^
and exchanged.
W. R. CHAPELL,
Thera was a good all such places remain closed until six and It looked as if the town wovld eno^
Insurance and real estate Agt account of the death of her mother, Mrs. J ^
O o Wedoesday.
e ^ ™ ^ AjteutawitoUer » J « » l estateJames
Kelso.
t th
U always bringftfanfc
Samuel W. Cooper, Gorans*. Mich.
but
the opportonUy
attendance, and the Sir Knights execut- o'clock of the following morning, and b
MoreanS Glasses cures headache. Conon
all
week-day
nights
that
these
places
—A.
W.
Weeden,
of
this
city,
has
$
tbe
man.
Frank
Millard added to
F
M
ed the difficult military movements,
sttltatU^ and examination free 309 Combe
closed
from
and
after
the
hour
of
bens and l rooster, the combined weight much to the credit of the Captain Gen•Wwrfte*s-l\ L. Johnson,
laurels as a ore-fighter by driving
stock »l,0wo«so.
typewriter, Coronni* Midi Catalogue*.
10 o'clock until 6 o'clock of the succeed- \ engine down the steep hank at
of which is 73 lbs 2 oz^ or as average of eral, A. W. Green.
ing morning.
north side of Wood's blacksmith shop,
—Fred Gould has purchased the Frain
at law—Kewtoa & ©old, Flint,
Have you got *em? Silver Dandruff
O*e* ta Fenvm block.
—Attorney Wbtoai, Lester Roberts, building and will put in a new front, Also that all places where liquors aic to the river, and the firemen w**e tin*
Your W. E. Watson. Chas. Warren, C. E. raise the bulldingand improve It on the sold, or kept for sale, that all screens, ailed to save the weet side.
Cure will fix tbera In o»«
Word was sent to Owosso asking JOT
tf. Godfrey and P. C. Carruthers. of Ban- iDftld?. J. A. Becker, onr merchant tai- cnrtalns, partitions and other things
and counselor at law—3. S. Miner, druggist warrants i t Try i t
lor, has leased it and will move into it that obstruct the view from the side- assistance, but their engine was oat of
Can at Mrs. Amtden's for tbe latest j croft, In town Monday.
walk, street alley or road In front of or repair and no hdp could be given «g—The following Is a list of tbe letters &8 tbe improvements are finished.
novelties In
tt
at the side or end of any building, •cept by the men who came and reader*
—Judge Wismer held court here Wedremaining uncalled for for the week
Ofice m AgocT Mock, opposite the wort
Sbapes and colors in mttttnery that
wherein Is situated a bar or place where ed what assistance they could.
ending April 27,1895: Miss Katie Wal- nesday and did some chancery business.
will look good on you—at Mr*. Aoudtn't
intoxicating Honors tare sold or kept for
By pulling down one of W. S. C**The case of Frank Sheip and Edwin
lace sad Harry Crawford.
sale,
shall
be
removed
during
the
time,
at law—Watson
<1ry's buDdings the three bum teOtf. ^
Ttm SALE CHSAF: one 1 horsewmgon, —A. W. Hoislncton, uopety grand Case was also disposed of by finiageach
OWtktl
which
under
ti»e
provisions
of
the
law,
ing* on the norta end of the btock
Xfefc.
on«-S hone wagon ;1 damp eart; 1 top- commander, at Jodtfi Comers Tuesday •80 OT thirty days In JaiL The fine was
it requires saloons to be kept cloved.
saved.
•venlfeg, tnttrectiaf tho Msccabeeft la paid. Court adjourned until next IfOnI also call attention to the fact that
Tto lone** were,
n « » ; l double harneM; 1 cart b a ; ttie sscrti work of the order.
day.
G, Katgfct, Oonoma,»iotu
the
word
dosed,
as
used
in
the
liquor
baikttnft,
$4,000,1
also about 10 m. brick and t o r n good
—Parties are already looklnc ovor tbe law, moans that the traffic shall be abso->X*rrtod.
at
the
Baptist
parsonage
Son, two tftlootts and datM«* «•
lumber. Will take some bay, grain or
in Vfmon, April 94, by B*v, W. T. burst district with a parpoM of imiid- lutely swot off and stopped daring the barn, $1000, no iasvnmce; Fras*
wood
In
part
paytn«at
X&qmiro
of
J.
auoraev at
Wowdhouso, Mr. Paul B u j n and Miss i»f» One gentleman from Detroit -In- time that saloons are required to be kept W
tet
M.
n
t
c
h
A
Son,
Coroaaa,
M
k
b
.
forpM as If he can secure the three WKttti closed; and that It mesas that the backttsock
Bos* Geeck, both of Vonkr*.
000,ta«»»*awllibr*rv,
__
If you don't want a n«w hat ptrbatM —Mr, Row*, of Lansing, aiato aflVet Jots he will erect a bandtom* brick door as well as the f rone-door or any
»*,
«s*0;
Journal
otto*,
owned
*y
II turner w * eamwetor «t_law-Walter Me- your old one c u b * stad« over. Ask
of th* National Insurance Company, Mock, t h e prospect is ihfit the whole others, shall he dosed; aad I call upon CHuiUi A Welch, $ftV»0 KM*,
M B r M e , O o » J l K i t O*tou»«tate*two
Anttdeo about I t
m n Dutta off
nor* Monday looking after tits loss** of block triU he reonUt before snow files. all good citizens to assist me In the en•Mrs. Charles Doan was called to forcement nf the liquor law, believing otc^ $1^00, no Insursaee; Odd Feliowa,
FOR SALE OK EXCH AKG*—On* or four the company la toe recent ftfa.
MMMon at law—Canals* Houses In Owosso; will exchange for
Three
River* UM Saturday to«*iitt la that the most effectual manner In which $000; D. B. Wilcox, baUdlng,
'-Mist Dors Jacob* oommanosri a
. .
Gomiwa, Kick. OwVs* la Corunna real estate. Also two Lots In
the
c
a
n
of her little graadaon, who was the liquor law can be enforced, Is for John DrUcoll, building, $4,000;
term of scbool In the Bmery Lewis
Asttewbtoc*^oppo«ttatto court booso.
Corunna. Apply to GBOBGK D. Xouu.tr, district, in Haxeitou, on Monday. Miss badly burned about the head by over- Vtm interest of those who are engaged In 4
H
^
turning
a
cup
of
hot
syrup.
Mr,
and
UM
bntnoss
to
sos
to
It
that
they
con.8.Jonea.Corunna,Mlcfa. Spedel Coronas, Mich.
$400, insvred for $J0O; 8. 8.
Jacobs Is a very successful teacher.
tiTen to atwo—aa « woaaeo and
Mrs. Kliatoaaa have the syinpalfey of duct their testae** in strict compliance building, $lv»X>; J. X. Fitch, two hfriJsV
C t e t t * Aaffctt'* itom.
—The common council should submit their many friends here, who hope that
New milch cow for sale. Inquire of
with the provisions of the law.
Ings, $ M » ; C. C. Rouse, restyumasasii
the
proposition of bonding the city for the accident will not be serious.
B. H. Strshle, one-half mile west of
*ar.
now
and
tUroat
«pee]aUat~-Dr.
D.
EKWTV
EVKUETH,
furniture,
$1,000; M. EL Cole's feed £*«**
$XM>00 for water works at once. Let us
n. *ar.
! *no O
Mid
ataMetaoearate Caledonia towu Uall.
—A
division
of
the
Knlghte
of
the
$300;
W.
S.
Cowdry, two balldlags » d
O d 7
Mayor of the City of Corunna.
lock the barn before the fire fiend comes
Look at those new goods and new
Loyal
Guard,
known
as
Corunna
DiviOOkee, room 1, Tbowas bloek.
content*, $2^)00, no insursne*; WSUISSM
again.
styles In 1*(U*»*finekid shoes at Collins'
sion NO. 24, was lustitueed in thU city
Tanner, harnessshop. $500; Louis JBttftiV
for $1.00; men's shoe* for $1JOO. Good —Mrs. L. M. Tanner went to Detroit Wednesday evening of last week by W.
if. C.
mann, building and furniture stock, $ V
unnm, Mic*. Ul«oe aour»,« w i p n s
judgment
in
buying
and
discounting
I
tL
S.
Wood,
with
aboat
35
charter
memHaHfenl,
C*WL,
W.
000,
no insurance. Across the road U *
kdaya. OOoeonjrroond floor. State
fixtures, and they can now bers. The following officers were electfttstdoorwectof tdaoal bnudlnf
my bills is what count*. Collins beats
Bacon block, tbe Frain building, J. Cfind Tanner'* harness shop In OM old ed and duly installed: Captain-General,
tbe world on footwear.
The first adjuster of the lores of the Colllns, S. W. Cooper, Ed. Ross, Mr.
Waverly block.
W. A. Knight; senior captain, J. A, recent confiagration to appear on the Diabrow, K E. Shuttleworth, Wo. ft
MASONIC.
FOR SALE OK RENT: A 6 room two
—Mason A Fox have been putting In Becker; junior captain, Frank L. John- scene was Mr. S. H. Row, ot Lansing, ler, Fred Kflboam, R. A. H
story cottage at Bay View, located with- additional fire protection at their factoEU3TKA LODGE XO. 1
on or be.
«, first
in two blocks of auditorium, pofttofflo* ry. The new water tank has been filled son; recorder, Frank H.Rose; paymas- state agent of the National Fire Insur- Independent office, and the Hicks IISIIM,
t o n the full of the laooa,Jn
its
suffered more or less severe loss from
X B. StCKAKiw Sec
F. H. Prrnaom, W. M and music halt A good bargain for with hose attachment for each floor. In ter, Rudolph Colby; chapbun, Geo. M. ance Companv of Hartford, Conn.
Wismer;
sr.
ifeuU
E.
U.
Gorsuch;
jr.
The JOUBXAL held a policy is ibis tbe breaking of glass and hasty lnnuml
OQBVNHA CHAPTER, NO. 83, B. A M. someone.
addition to wniefa barrels of water with Ueut^ J. M. Jameson; lstsergt, W. A. company for $1500 on presses, type, fur- of stock.
v
S««it)aT«oim>eatiox» l i n t Tfcnrtda/ tn eadi
Address,
W. 3, JONES,
buckets supply each floor.
WiMtti JtAU« Amtaauaf.aecretary. W. A.
McMuUen;
sentinel,
William
Leonard;
niture,
e
t
c
The
amount
was
paid
in
Corunna.
—The Mason A Fox furniture factory board of auditors, J. E. CariandT Hud- full, the JOUKICAX. receiving a check for
a.r.
».,.
The JOUENAJ. is under great obUfe*.
son
Sheklon,
G.
M.
Wismer.
received
last
week
orders
from
Bay
ITEMS
OP
INTEREST.
the
same
Wednesday.
The
company
tions
to Mr. Bradley, of tbe Bancroft
H a 38. S. *S.M,
mar
Ctty, Lapeer, Detroit Imlay City and
has
the
thanks**
the
JOUBKAL for the Commercial, for bis timely -rrTTtmin
C M. F
Baoo der
'BO.
—To-morrow is Arbor day.
Kalamazoo. They also received 7 carT.LM.
prompt an2~ satisfactory settlement* during the fire, to Bro. Rose, of the Ii
—Lawyer Chandler at Flint Tuesday. loads of logs from Byron this week.
Mr. Chapell is the local agent, and any dependent White, of the Press,
The factory is a booming.
i t w * J.CiDaon. Middiebury..".".... —....:..» one wanting insurance would do well to Dewey, of the Times, for offers of assistCOMXANSBRT, NO. a , K.
—W.
R.
Chapell
at
Lansing
Tuesday.
« H b BBODnfl \ESlBaVCBaJ U
... l Herbert B. Lemon, Coranua,
.....as
ance, without which this issue of tbe
A . £ . fbCKAKlM,
W. H. BUJMO
—Our office has received tbe '95calen- j Btrdie M. Perry, Perry
. . . . . . give him a call.
—John
Watson,
of
Bancroft
ia
town
te Beeorder.
S.C
Wfll>a
JOUEKAL would be an impossibility.
Saturday.
dar of the University of Michigan, com StMto Deal,
^ •*••*•
O*»«°
Owoeao.
May they never meet with sueh misforTb*
Groat
.
—Ivan Lowe is clerking at tbe store plbnents of President Angell. It is a Caartst E. Tbttea. Corunnatune.
The
recital
oa
the
great
Columbian
„, so
volume of over three hundred pages PearlFrt*ad, Corunna
of I. V. Pyle.
Albert B. Andrews, Vbrooa....
...... *e organ, by Clarence Eddy, will be one ef
—W. D. Garrison, of Vernou, called setting forth the advantages and de- A S M BtebarAtoo, W. Bfcy Cuy.
. . . . . . S T the moat attractive features of the com*
During tbe fire cinders new all over
partment work of tbe Uolventlty.
here Monday.
^
AND
O
Probst* Court.
tbe west part of town, and bad it not
ing
May
festival
at
Ann
Arbor,
May
17
—At a meetlug of the school board on
NORTH MICHIGAN^
—Representative Westcott called on
been for the watchfulness of volunteers
Tuesday
the position oi superintendent j Estate of Elijah E. Cbalker, deceased, and i9. This organ, it will be rememRAILWAY.
friends here Saturday.
many more fires would have resulted.
was tendered to Prof. Sheldon at a Mrs. Jane White appointed administrat- bered, was built for the World's F»ir and
—Daniel Clark, of Byron, secured his salary of $1,100, Miss Wood, assistant, or of said estate; Desmond, Merlin and •food in Fe*tival Hall during the expotl*
This experience makes as more firmtion. After the fair was over it was shipred ticket on Tuesday.
$400; Miss Granville, primary depart- Chas. King, appraisers.
Estate of Mary C. McNamara, deceas- ped to Ann Arbor and tet up in Univer- ly believe that we should at once begin
—E. B. Welch, of Byron, here Mon- ment $350; and the following at $900;
tbe construction of a system of water
day looking over the ruins.
Miss Garland. Mtss Wiicox and Miss ed, Henry A, Spalding, executor; Loren sity Hall, as the gift of Alumni and
works.
friend*
to
the
university.
Mechanically
C. Watkins and Lyman Be&nett ap—Charley Seeley, of Orion, Is visiting Young.
it h the most perfect great organ in exisat Thos, Sheardy's this week.
—Saturday afternoon a man driving praisers.
During the fire Mrs. Bacon, who ha*
tence. It contain* 3901 pipes, the largest
—Jcnn Hathaway, of Ovid, here a double team attached to a double cov- Estate of Peter P. R. Delamater, de- of which i« 32 feet kmg. Connection be- been very 111, was removed from her
ered buggy met tbe incoming street CUT ceased, license to sell real estate grant- tween the keys and pipes is made by elec- rooms in tne Bacon block to the resiTuesday on probate matters.
ed.
dence of Dr. Ball, and the excitement
—Mrs. John Faurot of Greenville, is at Corunna in front of Judge McCtirdy's.
Guardians appointed in the states of trical apparatus, so that the response of
The
horses
were
sober,
but
tbe
driver
visiting her sister here this week.
the pipe to thefingersof the player is tm- teemed to do her no barm.
bore about bis person tbe odoriferous Jobn M. McNamara, Clinton L. Chalker mediate, as in the case of a piano. Wind
—Mr*. Joseph Cook, of Fowler, visitindications of a jag. Before tbe car and others, minors.
The burning of three saloons was a
ed Mrs. E. U. Gorsuch over Sunday.
Estates of John Stewart and Delia M. is furnished bj immense bellows, to
could be stopped be bad reined the team
golden opportunity for Conuutm'*
—Foreman Wilson,of tbe Durand Ex- up against the fence and one of the Dickinson, deceased, petitions for tbe which force is applied by means of two
chronic "bums," and it was not neglect'electric
motor*,
one
oi
five,
the
other
of
press, viewed tbe burned district Satur- animals went straddle of tbe structure, appointment of administrators in each
ed.
They went all drunk inside of
two, horse power. The organ has f*mr
day afternoon.
demolishing a whole length and break- of the said estates to be beard Monday, manuels and 116 stops. Professor Clar- twenty minutes.
—Miss Carrie Anderson, of Saginaw, ing a thick post off at tbe ground.— May 20th.
Eatate of Jacob Eonesteel, deceased, ence Eddr ia so weil known that further
rhlted Mrs, F. C- Gale and other friends Daily Argus.
The work of rebuilding the two bulk!*
order of tbe court granting power to account of him seems unnecessary; he ings on tbe south end will probably h*:\
here this week.
—Mr. D«tnU H. Gorsuch, who died at
ranks among the great organists of the
—U. W. Hurry, a farmer of Hazelton S t Johns, Monday, was born Aug. 11, compromise a claim prayed for by ad* world. Tbe Orgr.n Ricltal will be given commenced at once, and before long •
township, this county, has moved with 1825, at Westminister, Ind., came to mlaisirator of said estate; bearing May Saturday morning, May iS.
JOURXAX. will be doing bosine** s* tfctj
20th.
his
family
to
Seymour,
Mo.
old stand.
Ohio
about
184$,
was
married
to
Anna
TIME TABLE.
Estate of Win. S. Joelin. deceased,
—Andrew LiUie, of Durand, in town M. Gorsuch, who died in 1867. In 1868 will of deceased filed by Flora L. Jos)in.
—John gn»yle gathered 631 }£ doxeo
April 7th,
We do not believs is d s s s
he
was
married
to
Mr*.
Roxanna
GoodTuesday.
He
says
tot
Owosso
continTrttAS leave Oonmnt,
wfco petitions for it* probate; bearing of egg* for Chase A Angell In two days patrons through tbe columns
all, and shortly after moved to S t John*,
gent makes very good neighbors.
the past week. The men and bens are
May 20th.
paper, bat nnder the existing
NORTH.
SOUTH.
are all doing their best.
—George Leotcb, of Durand, in town where be has since resided and been in
KATHKRIXE E. KELSKY,
stances we think it permissible,
*V9f A . M.
to-sr A, M.
Tuesday, on his way home from a visit businesv. He leaves a w!fe and three
—Justice McBride tried hU maiden reader, you know whether you are
Probate Register.
children, Geo. O. Gorsucb, of Ithaca,
M.
with a brother in Clinton comity.
7:ls P. M.
case Monday, tbe People vs. Wesley
Mrs, Albert Sly, of Fayette, Ohio, and
The Magic Cotton Red will color one Lawsou. for assault, and battery. The debtod to us or not Do as you
—Landlord Feek, ef the Hotel Le B*?, E. C. Gorsuch, of Corunna, Three pound of cotton » beautiful turkey red
like to be lone by. We saved our
& A. SCULLY,
W» if. BEMIf!T7>
Laiugabnrjr, w»* in the city Tuesday, ehftfren died in infancy.
and absolutely fast agaiost iua or wash- charge was preferred by Clark Rhodes, and prompt setUem*at* wwrid fet
G.P1
ing -, 10 cents of Walks* A Seott
Laweon was aoqtttttod.
Ms llttfe rod card for next week.
protested,
THE
CORUMM
JOURNAL,
POUTERS.
PROaAMATM. ! WE WERE
fifli
7
©
.©:
i
ANNARBOlt
»r vm
JUOT MAXGLE&
/
mam* and stem! yovrfwwd and helmet corps**, and
and shield, leaving yen to the jackal and they took away everything that
snd the crow.
valuable; and so it was with th«
BMUlt Of the Burning of ft
of th» Slain by tbn
But tre world and Satan do not do people that followed after the armies Definition of the- Term by Cb!«f
Lor/i»?fxxE, Ky., April ** —Senator
Montreal Factory.
Philistines.
all their .work with the outcast and at Chancellorsville, and at
Ju*tice Fuller.
Joseph C. Blackburn has tnrown down
abandoned. A respectable impenitent [leading, and at Stone River, and at
the gauntlet to those who desire to
of ^ j U t a r ^ Moatly Girl*
contest his reelection to the United
«# t l w Dead S*nl * * 4 B U man comes to die. He is flat on his Atlanta, stripping the slain; ba't the
back, lie could not get up if the house northern and southern women—God
from tfe^wnSlow* to tb»
by the Worlds TC«States sesate;^ and iftiitty- invite* a
Deetmwt from Lutd nod from af *>.
w u on fire. Adroitest medical skill bless them—came on the field with
Two KU1«4 and Thirty or
EUwanU of « *
canvass upon foe currency issue.
KNM&4S a*
Star* BwUjr Hart.
and gentlest ncrsing have been a fail- basins, and pads, and towels, and
atttnUoiut
The senator's position
on the
ure, lie has come to his last hour. Hnt, and cordials, and Christian
silver question baa been
well
MOXTBEAL, Can., April_30.—W. C. McWhat does Satan do for such a man? encouragement, and the poor felknown,
but
as
he
had
refused
to
ex- Donald's
_*. T. DeWitt Talmage delivered Why, he fetches up all the inapt, disa- lows that lay there lifted up their
extensive tobacco factory ia.'
April Mw—The text of
following sermon in the Academy of greeable and harrowing things in hisarms and said: "Oh, how good that the opinion of Chief Justice Fuller in press his visws through the public Ontario street was partiahy destroyed
m f e N e w York citj, on the subject.: life. He says; "Do you remember does feel since you dressed it!" and the income tax case which was deliv- press of the suite, the impression had by fire Thursday evening. Klancb and
After the Battle," basing it on the those chances you had (ot leaveu, and others looked up and said: '*Oh, how ered April 9 was made public Wednes- gone forth that he was dodging the is- Victoria Thibeadeaa were killed and
sue. In an interview here, however,
missed them? Do you remember all you make me think of my mother!1* day. The opinion is preceded by an he emphatically expressed bis con-thirty-three other*, of whom most were
It ew&e to PASS off tbe morrow, when those lapses in conduct? Do you re* and others said: "Tell the folks at elaboratereview
ot the his- tinued devotion to the cause ot free girls, .vere badkf inJQred. Fifteen of
uaes came to strip the slain, tbat
those huvt, it is thought,'will. die.
id the case.
Tbe opinion coinage of silver.
iaaul and bis three sons fritoa in member all tbo*e opprobrious words home I died thinking about them!** tory
The loss will reach £500,000, on which
with the
and thought» and actions? Don't re- and another looked up and said: "Miss, proper is introduced
L Samuel, xxxL, &
CUICAOO, April 23. — The "Honest there is no inso ranee. There was not
statement
that
"the
constitution
promember
them,
eh?
D
l
make
you
re*
won't
you
«ing
me
a
verse
of
'Home,
of you wtr* at South MounHoney League of Illinois" was formed
,«rShiloh, or Ball's Bluff, or Get- member them." And then he takes all Sweet, Home,' before I die?" And vides that representatives aud direct at a meeting of citizens at tbe Pabner a tire-escape on the outside nor an}- ap, on northarr. or southern side, the past and empties it on tbat death- then the tattoo was soiicdei, then taxes shall be apportioned among the house Saturday afternoon in accord* pliances on the inside of ,-the building1 ask you if there is any sadder bed, as tbe mail bags are emptied on the hats were off, and the serv- several states according to numbers &nce with a resolution that such a for fighting- the fire. Even the wina battle-field after the guns the post-office floor. The man is sick. ice was read: "I am the resur- and that no direct tax shall be laid meeting be held, adopted by enemies dows were guarded by heavy iron
rection and the life;" and in honor of except according to the enumeration ot free silver at the Great North* screens, presumably to prevent theft.
(stopped firing? I walked across Be can not get away from them.
Then
the
man
says
to
Satan:
"You the departed the muskets were loaded provided, and also that all duties, im- era hotel recently. The promoters The tire started at 5 o'clock iu the drylaid of Atttfotam just after the
have
deceived
me.
You
told
me
that and the command given. "Present— ' posts and excises shall be uniform of the new organization are W. T. ing-room, and for awhile smoldered.
••*•**
The scene was so sickening I
Theii suddenly theflames,burst tfaroug-h
all
would
be
well.
You
said
there
fire!" And there was a shingle set up throughout the United States."
•fcfiTt 1not describe it. Every valuable
Baker, Adlai T. Ewing, A. F. See- and a panic ensued.
would
be
no
trouble
at
the
last.
Yon
Thus
in
the
matter
of
taxation
the
at
the
head
of
the
grave,
with
the
ep*
had been taken from the bodies
berger, J. W. Eich&rds. and John Mayo
There1 ware 1)00 employes in the
>, to the Four- constitution recognizes the two great Palmer. Henry S. Bobbins was elected
• dead, for there are always vul- told me If I did so and so, you would itaph of "Lieut
hovering over and around an do so and so. Now you corner me, and teenth Massachusetts Regulars," or classes of direct and indirect taxation, president, and . tbe platform of the building , which had no fife escapes aad
> and they pick up the watches hedge me up, and submerge me in "Capt. -——, in the Fifteenth Regiment •• —— lays
—.-- down
- - , - - two
-•-- rales V
^jy—-which
— orgacization declared to be "unalter- only two stairca.-ics in the interior. All
everything
evil."
"Hal
ha!"
says
memorandum books, and the
of South Carolina Volunteers." And j their imposition must be governed, ably in opposition to the unlimited the windows W«KV barred with heavy
Satan.
"I
was
only
fooling
you.
It
and the daguerreotypes, and
so now, across tbe great field of moral I namely, the rales of apportionment as coinage of silver, without international iron lattice work, a precaution taken
mirth
for
me
to
see
you
suffer..
I
have
: hats aod the coats, applying them
rule of uni- cooperation, at the ratio of sixteen to to keop employes from throwing tobacand spiritual battle, the angels of God j to direct taxes and
co to their frietsAs. Frantic with fear,
own uses. The dead make no been for thirty years plotting to get come walking among the slain, and formity as to duties, imposts and exone.
the women, of whom there were fully.
So there are always camp- you just where you are. It is hard for there are voices of comfort, and voices cfc.es.
The
men
who
attended
and
took
part
you
noT,
it
will
be
worse
for
you
after
600
penned up on the top stairs,
going- oa and after an army,
By far the greater part of the opinion
of hope, and voices of resurrection, and
»
the
meeting
are
for
the
most
part
awhile.
It
pleases
me.
Lie
still,
sir.
sereataed
for help, half choked by the
. Scott went down into Mexico,
is devoted to the consideration of the
voices of Heaven.
prominent
m
local
business
and
politiDon't
flinch
or
shudder.
Come,
now,
greasy
black
smoke.
'
tf*poleon marched up toward
One night I saw a tragedy on the question whether a tax on rents is a
The dense crowd prayed and shouted
i as when Vcn Moltke went to X will tear off from you the last rag of corner of Broadway and Houston direct tax within the meaning of the eal circles. Among- those present wore
Postmaster Washington Hesing- and j as it swayed to amd fro in its exciteThere is a similar scene in my expectation. I will rend away from street A youag man, evidently doubt* constitution.
ex-Corporation
Counsel Adolph Kra.tus. | ment and horror, and relatives and
your soul the last hope. I will leave ing as to which direction he had betThe opinion here reviews numerous There were about
ISO at the meet- ! friends of the people made piteous apyou
bare
for
the
beating
°f
the
storm.
ter take, bis hat lifted high enough so decisions under the act of 1861, includ- ; ^
fmd his army had been horribly
which
was
called
to order I peals to save their loved ones. Some
It
ia
my
business
to
strip
the
slain,
case, which was by Henry S. Bobbins. Mr.
that you could see he had an intelli- ing the Springer
to ; pieces. Mount Gilboa was
1
BobA man who had rejected Christianity gent forehead, stout chest; he had a largely relic * upon by counsel for the bins explained the object of the i of the girls managed to tear one of the
with the dead. On the morrow
j iron lattices from a window. Then the
. came on to thefield,and and thought it all trash, came to die. robust development. Splendid young government in the present case to suscare to empbatain
their
contention.
Chief
Justice
« s * lifted the L>tchet of the helmet lie was in the sweat of a great agony, matt. Cultured young man. Hon-!
was a democratic { Blanche Thibeadeau, aged IS, crazed
. ander the ;chic of the dead, and and his wife said: "We had better ored yoting man. Why did he stop I Fuller says:
movement,
pure
and
simple.
I with fear, jumped first and was batpicked up the swords and bent hare some prayer." "Mary, not a there while so many were going up 1 ****l* conceded in nil these cases, from that
* r « ^ , i i i . . A p r U a 3 . - I n a n iI^ | t e r w i i j | t o - s h a to
j ^ mMS> A
their knee to test the temper breath of that," he said. "The lightest and down? The fait is that everr! "*HJJ*w to that of Springer, that
ery of
S
n
tetal, and they opened the wal* word of prayer would roll back on me man has a good angel and a bad
,
'
^
y
J
?
*
°ZLS2«!S±:
^
went
up^u.
it
was
only
bad j« ft determined tint taxes on rent.
^
y abeH<m
counted the coin. Saul lay like rocka on a drowning man. I have angel contending for the mastery of his derived from land are not taxes on land."
Before tender hand*
ground, eight or nine come to the hour of test. I had a spirit, and there was a good angel and
Summing ttp, the chief justice «aya>
and I suppose the cow- chance, but I forfeited it. I believed a bad angel struggling with that
eWty Philistines, to show their brav- in a liar, and he has left me in the young man's soul at the corner ol
Tbe requirement of the eonstltixtfoA ** that Or ought to lraovJ tftat t*e money system taej- f o l l o w i n g t b e first l i k e
frightened
sheep. Oat they came, one after anF» leftped upon the trunk of his car- lurch. Mary, bring me Tom Paine, Broadway and Houston street. •'Come to <ttreet tsx shsU 1» laid otherwise than tqr sp- sdTocate to the most dishonest and
The proMMtion ts not •falast di- that was ever Invented, beenn*e tt doubled to*
jeered at the fallen slain, that book that I swore by and lived by, with me," said the good angel; "I ponwomeBt
rect uxt* <m lattd. from waieb the impUcsWon bordenaof the entire prodaclnxclasses: it broke other, till twenty inanimate bodies
I whittled through the mouth of and pitch it into the fire, and let it will take yon home; I will spread my ts*ooffbttobe d»<n that indirect taxes on down Ute tntrenaslnc power of the *orU and littered the sidewalk and were carried
helmet Before night those cor> bnrn aod burn as I myself shall soon wings over your pillow; I will loving- Isad would be cosctttatVooatYrat It U antnst sU left the laborer without bread because there away to the various hospitals among
ita had taken everything valaa- born." And then, with thefoam on his ly escort you all through life under 41t«et turn, aad it 1* admitted that • taxoa WM no market for hi* product* Theve gea* tbe lamentations of the crowd. Three
estate is s direst tax. Untes*. therefore, Uemeaalso k n o w n oa«ht to know that thl*
the field: "And it came to lips and his hands tossing wildly in supernatural protection; I will bles* real
s t*x upon rents or Incomes tanlng out w u aooe at the fnvtance and tor tbe beaeflt priests, their soutanes trailing- in the
ben the morrow, when tbe Phili- the air, he cried out: "Blackness of erery enp you driuk <mt off every ot laMs Is intrinsksUly so OttTerebt
of the bondnoldi&g snd s»lst7-drawia? oinel*3a mad, were kneeling un the ground
ef Europe aad u * eart. cotweqneatir the praying for the soola of tine unfori to strip the slain, that darkness! Oh, my God, too late!" And couch you rest on, every doorway l U i w t k t taod itself tbat It
« vltotlr dUternt etaas of taxes, «Bcfc MUM 'Honest Money league' must have been tunates. Ambulances could not attend
»fcey fcwad Saul and his three sons fall- the spirits of darkness whistled up from y»u enter,- I will consecrate your t*
v u t Vt i««srdtd ss faUtsc vitals adopted because tt wa* calralated to deceive to then all and cabs were pro—tid into
the depth, and wheeled around and tears when you weep, your sweat, tases
en> In Mount (HIboa."
the MM* oatecwy ss * tax oa real
service. Six were conveyed to the
Stefetwl get through to-day I will show around him, stripping-the slain.
when you toil, and at the last i •eufste*. TheaaiMattfce tax is
r, April 2X—A stronf and General, seven to the Notre Da*ae and
> ikst the same process is going on While men are in robust health, and 1 will hand over yoar grave into the >tut. The real qswtkia is, Is then «agr
which to •«•( U* Metentias tkat real es- ! wifforoas flffht against tbe free and nnithe world arer, and everyday, and their digestion is good, and their ttft»d of the bright angel of a Cnristii*« «p«e
tate «*HM«* to « M or the t m ( m i CIUM* at , limited coinage of diver independent nine to the Boyal Victoria hiwiiiUil
l when mea have fallen, Satan and nerves are strong, they think their resurrection. In answer toyottrtath- t u w u d tke nat. mjbwww. whteh is the
Alphonsine Thibeadoan, n sister of
far from pitying them or physical strength will get them safely er's^etition and yonr mother's prayer, fwetAeat of Its ewnenhfj^ beloactie the other? ' of international agreement is to be the girl who Jumped first, fcrok* her
them, g o to work remorse- tbromrhtae last exigency. They say I have been sent of the Lord, out of we ste vaabte tv >ete*t»> aay prmad -«Md« by th* Mbninistratnn. With back snd died. Of tne othean wiM
the sltoced tftotteMioa MM SMMMI tax ; that end in view officer* in tbe
totake what little tnere ia lefty it is only cowardly women who are Heaven to be yoar guardian spirit, Cv
from the foorth s4ery. AmvUa
upm th* t u u l vateo or i i * t 1 w of
»various executive departments ap- jvmped
(•tripping the slain.
Sorbine.
Ida Fortin, Roaanna Be*o»9p**n to «• the — H ta w
afraid at the last, and cry out for God. "Come with me," said the food angel
; pointed ander the present sdmlnfaarsr champ and
uut
aa
re«l«stst«,
wktck
in
a
voice
of
unearthly
symphony.
It
about ten others, the Aoc
"Wait
till
I
come
to
die,
J
will
show
i tens of thousands of yowajr
; tkn are beinfr nrg«d to organize tors >ay, are
fatally injured. A score
pear coming from the conn* yco. You wont hear me pray, nor call was m u i e like that which drops fives
of
otber*
who
jumped from lower win*
to our great cities. They come for a minister, nor want a chapter read a lnt* of Utmven when a seraph orproftiteor UwtawL
j dacting the contest along the lines
i brave hearts and grand expecta- me from the Bible." But after the breathes on It "No, no," said the bad "N'othinf can be clearer than that what the I laid down in the president's a—image. dow* or were poshed down the stairThe country lads sit down in msa ha* been three weeks in a sick angel, "come with me; I have some- •ovUtntton Intended to (tt*rd a*alnat wme the j There are nearly 300,000 government ways were badly injured. In all abort
i village grocery, with their feet on room hia nerves are not *o steady, and thing better to offer; the wines I pour enrelM by the j*»eral government of thej officer*, postmaster*, internal tvrvnna thirty-five girls, aU French Canadians*
taxing person* and
werv hart aud killed.
rodarWnd the red-hot stove, his worldly companions are not any- are from chalices of bewitching power ot<Mrv«tfy
I nfficnrs, enstoms ofncisrs, district »ttorany mtate through a msjevlay
TlirvMt Un?m<iti were on the roof and
L Me evening, talking over tbe pros- where near to cheer him up, and he is carousal: the dance I lead is over within
tram the other states. '
: neyaand innnmerabic contractor* scatconld
not g«t down. For fully twenty
* i of the young man who has gone persuaded that he must quit life; bi* floor tessellated with un»truined j».
"We arc of opinion that the law in
tered throog-hotit the country, and initiates
dulgences; there U no God to frown on no far aa U tevta* a tax on the rente or
their lives were in Jeopardy
i the city. Two or three of them physical courage is all gone.
real e*tate. ?,* Io rloiatioa ot to* eeaatita* : ine«e will be expecUnl to do the ag-- and they prayed and yelled by turns to
that perhaps he might get along
lie jumps at this fail of a teaspoon In the temples of sin where I worship. of
| gre««ive fighting in the tield.
be isavod. Then sufilcient length of
md *accced, but the most of them a saucer. Be shivers at the idea of go- The skies are Italian. The paths I lion and i* invalid."
• Kearly all of the cabinet office*"* will ladders
Comparatively
brief
spaeg%i
dwvoted
were secured to bring them,
ty failure, for it Is very hard to ing away. He says: "Wife, 1 don't tread are through meadow*, daisied
to the <qae»tion of * tax on the imtxHna ' take the atump lot one or more down. They were terribly baroed. tn
that those whom we knew in think my infidelity is going to take
primrcwed. Come with me." The |
tbe meantise the firemen had managed
%*ffcrtud will ever make any great auc- me through. For God's sake, don't young man k«ait&te<t at a time when ' derived from municipal bead*, Tk»
«»ytw
;
Ind.. April Ti.—In ex- to break some more lattices and were
eess t« the worki.
bring up the children to do as I have hesitation was ruin, and the bed aogvl : opinion
- TUe ta* onffnirerncMDtstock is taowaht by Pre«ident Harrison's speech at La
carrying crying women in long procesSot our yoimg man has a fine posi- done. If you feel like it, I wish you smote the good angel until it departed, this coart to be a tax on the contract, n tax on Janta,
which is !>aid to outline his po- stonsdo-TD the ladders. Another firei In a dry goods store. The month would read averse or two out of Fau- spreading wing* through the starlight I the power io borrow money, on the credit or sition on
lie gets his wages. He is not nie's Sabbath-bc^ool hymn-book, or upwardfeindaway until a <]<x>rflashed•the C'ttit«i1 State*, and eozw*^ueDtJ>- to be re* rlson said:the silver question, Gen. Har- man was still on the roof and the
bo the cotaiitutlcn.
Bciene with the flames around him,
to have so much money be- New Testament" But Satan breaks in open in the sky and forever the j pmjttJiai
*kj^nQ(yln2 th1^ l^iQKtkatfe to these "ntti^rinal
~?f»w. 1 e*r »o you to-day «bat IBBUI wb«i his hands raised in prayer, reto himself. Me is a little ex- aud says: "You have always thought wings vanished. That was tin* turn-j aecurtvie*. it U obrtous that taxation on tne- I WIM>
pre^ideat and what 1 have alwnys be, and docs not know exactly what religion trash aod a lie; dou't give up ing point in th»t young man*» history; ) intereat themtrom would operate on the power lieved, that <i larger vie of stiver for nsoney minded one of the terrible disi with it, and he spends it in some at the last. Besides that, you can not, for, the good angel flown, he • to borrow be/ore it U exercised and wosM asd free roJnafe of silver npoa H bisl^ aater at the world's fair. Finally
a sensible infi«ence on th« contract, and t* be afrreeti upon, t l m would maintJilto it* be was albo taken down, but he was
i where he ought s o t Soon there in the hour you have to live, get off on hesitated no longer, b«t started I h^ve
that the tax ia question U a tax on the pxver p»nt>- with fwkl. tri< good for tbe wftci*
tbat
truck.
Die
as
you
lived.
With
ttp new companions and acqnainton n pathway which is beautiful at ! of tbe *tate* «na their inatraitienuiUisa t* world I do not believe thru we ooutd rttn. terribly bnrned. His name was Max
i from the bar rooms and the sa* my great black -wings I shut out that the opening, bat blasted at the la*U borrow money. an4 consequently
ftne eolnacQ cmnteive* when tbe European. Borel. Another fireman, Pat Cronn,
tfe>iemnw»nt» were puntuiug ine policy they fell from a ladder and had both legs
the city. Soon that young light. Die in darkness. 1 rend away The bad an<>el, leading the way, •he eoastitsuon.
nave been por*trta« wltb silver
But. my broken. Two others also lost their
i teffins to waver io the battle of from you that last vestige of hope. It opened gate after gate, snd at each
and
feu&w ctttaens. taere are ctear ladieatioo*
fas
fell, breaking several ribs.
and soon his soul goes is my business to strip the slain."
gate the road became rougher and the
sow In EnyUnJ aud it G«fm&ny that they looting
W
m
PLjuxa,
Mo.,
April
SfJ.—Is
a
The work of rescue took almost an
In a few months, or few years,
Sin is luxury now; it is exhilaration &ky more lurid, and what was peculiar, fight Tuesday night at Mountain
the effect of a scarcity
hour and several 6i the men and womMs* fallen. He is morally dead, now; it is victory now. But after as the gate slammed shot it came to View, a small town iu the northeast
prostrating eSevu upon tbe
en, if not burned, were suffocated by
tri**"
•fca mere corpse of what he once awhile it is collision; it is defeat; it ia with a jar tnat indicated that it would part
the county, between Depaty
The president is represented as be- the smoke.
Th* harpies of sin snuff up the extermination; it is j&ckalism; it ia »e- er open. Passed each portal, there SheriffofSimmons
and posse and J. B» img thoroughly in earnest i s the prooaa come on the field. Bis gar- robbing the dead; it is stripping the was a grinding of locks and a shoring Williams and a number
At a late hour it is said at least six
followers poned crusade against the free and ungradually give out. He hasslaip. Give it up to-day—give it upi of bolt*; and the seenery on either James Shepherd, one of theofbitter,
giri* are missing and there is little
wa*
limited coinage of silver and will ie-»ve doubt their charred and crushed bodies
this watch. His health is tali- Oh, how you have been cheated oa, my side
of
the
road
changed
instantly
killed.
Simmons
was
wouwded
no
etune unturned to prevent the Iree
His credit perishes. He is brother, from one txftng to another! from
gardens
to deserts; and
the faee and Matt Smith was shot in silver sentiment from gaining' bead- are in the rnins. The hospitals and
is* poor to stay io the city, and he is All these years you have been under the June air became a cutting ainnumber
of places. An unknown, wom- way aod to crush it out if morgue are overran with people looktoo poor to pay his way home to thean evil mastery that you understood December blast, and tbe bright wings an w*s shot
ing tor missing relatives and the surthe abdomen and. proV possible.
itry. Down! down! Why do thenot. What have your companions of the bad nn^el turned to sackcloth, ably fatally inwounded.
geob' are doing their work to the acWilliam*,
for
1
LorwvuXK, Ky., April 26.—Congress- eonrp-anime/nt of tbe prayers of the
fellows of the city now stick tc done for your health? Nearly ruined and the eyes of "light became hollow whom the deputy sheriff had a war>«dose!y? is it to help him back it by carousal What have they done with hopeless srief, aud the fountains, rant, was shot in the shoulder, bat es- man McOeary in as iatemew said he priests.
unalterably opposed to the free
tea moral and spiritual life? Ob.no! for your fortune? Almost scattered it that at the start had tossed with wine, caped. William*, was indicted by the
W. C McDonald, who is well known
g of silver. His declaration was. aa the Canadian tobacco king, is sevJwiU tell you why they stay; they are by spendthrift behavior. What have poured forth babbling tears and foam- present grand jury for selling liquor
Yfcili&tines stripping the slain.
they done for your reputation? Al- ing blood, and oa the right side of the unlawfully. A large number of shots evoked by the free silver stand eral times a millionaire and has do'oated
There is another way, however, of most ruined it with good men. What road there was a serpent, and the man were exchanged between tbe twotakes by .Senator- Blackburn. The two magnificent buildings to the Mccongressman says in the uoor&» of Gill university.
dung that same work. Here is a man have they donu for your immortal »oul? said to the barf angel: "Whatis that parties.
Two years ago be
a long prepared statement of his determined that his factory, which i&
.serpeiot?" and the answer was: "That
wtkOy through his sin, is prostrate He Almost insured its overthrow.
position and vote in congress: "I favor an immense four-story block, couM
Can't Act ta
aefenowledges that he has done wrong.
You are hastening ou toward the is the serpent of the stinging-remorse."
an
international a^reeaacnt. consistent not bam and he dropped all insurance.
Los DOS, Arn-U ?<3.—A dispatch from
Jtew is the time for you to go to that consummation of all that is sad. ToOn the left side the road there was a
with
sound business methods* but to During the fire McDonald rushed about
man and say: "Thousands of people day you stop and think, but it is only lion, ami the man asked the bad angel: Vienna says that the Uussian governthrow
open the mints of this country like a madman bewailing bis loss.
ment
has
expelled
Mme.
Modjeska.
the
ne>ve been as far astray as yoc are and for a moment, snd then you will tramp "What is that Hou?" and the answer
got back." Now is the time for you to on, and at the close of this service you was: "That is the lion of all-devour- well-known actress, from Warsaw. to the world is simply preposterous." There are rumors of his arrest for viogoto that man aod tell him of the om- will go out, and the question will be: ing despair." A vulture flew through February 27 an order was issued by The senatorial rac«i is jriven a new in- lating tbe building- ordinances ia not
nipotent grace of God, that is sufficient "How did you like the sermon?" And the sky, and the man asked the bad the Russian government forbidding terest by the views of the aspirants for haviusr proper exits and escapes, and it
it* aoy poor soul. Now is the time to one man will say: "1 liked it very angel: "What is that vulture?" and Mme. Modjcska to nil a& engagement and against silver. The tight will be is more than likely several building inoa those lines.
• » Ceil him how swearing- John Bun- Well," and another man will say: ''I the answer was: "Thtt is the vulture at the Warsaw theater in consequence
spectors will be discharged.
Jan, through the grace of God, after- didn't like it at all;" but neither of waiting for the carcasses of the of a speech of severe criticism she
riarry In
A RICHTHAUL
ward came to the celestial city. Now the answers will touch the tremendous slain." And then the man began she had delivered in Chicago during
CHICAGO, April 0-i.—The advance in
* t h e time to g-o to that man snd tell fact, that if impenitent, yon are go- to try to poll off him the folds of the world's fair. She hud said that it the price of wheat, which beg-an last Expert Safe blower* Seeore
lam how profligate Newton came,
at thirty knots an hour toward something that had wound him round was she, the Polish woman, "who had week, g-oing- higher each day with
conversion, to be n. world-re*
Yea. yon are in a battle and round, and he said to the bad an- preserved patriotism and honor in
Pa., April 2&—Early
and bounds, continued its sen- Thursday morning
preacher of righteousness. where you will fall; aad while your gel: "What is it that twists me ia this spite of Siberia, and, what is worse, leaps
thp store of Noah
&3tioua* career Monday on the board HcrUler at Port Royal,
is the time to tell that man that surviving relatives will take your re- awful convulsion?" and the answer the lash, to the everlasting disgrace oi of
this county,
trade. When trading beg-an th«;re was robbed of stocks, bonds
who have been pounded maining estate, and the cemetery will was: "That is the worm that never the Russian government."
was a wild scramble for wheat, July amounting to about 835,000. and cash
. all the flails of sin and dragged take your body, the messengers of dies." And then the mao said to the
beinj? the favorite option.
In ten
A K*hearinff.
igh all the sewers of pollution, at darkness will take your soul, and come bad angel: "What <ioe* all this
A liberal reward has been offered for
minutes
the
price
hart
reached
03
cents,
WASHINGTON, April 25.—If Justice
have rise a to positive dominion of and go about you stripping- the slain.
mean?
I
trusted in what yoa
the
arrest of the thieves. All apof the supreme court, is in wbich wa«» 2 cents over the closing proaches to the store were protected
povrer.
^klany are crying o^t: ".( admit I tm suid at tlie corner of Broadway Jackson,
Washington Slay 6 the court will va- price of Saturday. The action of the by burglar alarms, but the robbers iu
Sow do act tell him that, do you? slain, I admit it!" On what battlefield, and Houston street; I trusted it all, cate
income-tax decision handed bears in selling a lot at 63 cents had some way managed to gain an enCo. You say to him: "Loan you my brothers? By what weapon? "Pol- and why have you thus deceived down the
the effect of checking the advance,
April
ey? No. You are do*m. You luted imagination," says one man; "In- me?" Then the last deception fell oft argrument. A and open the case for
and
there w as a reaction to 0\% cents. trance to the cellar and then cut
way through tbe floor.
, have to go to the dogs. Lend yon toxicating liquor," says another man; the charmer, and it said: "1 was sent
Krpf*e)tlo» Jttodet* Bare.
>lar? I would not iettd yon five "My own hard heart," says another from the pit to destroy your soul; I
Iwwans l?t»eoiw Silver,
Six Dnd SnUon
PARIS, April 23. —A Ore in the School
. to keep you from the gallows. man. Do you realize this? Then I watched uiy chance for many a long
ttes MOIXKS, Ia,, April ^—DemoApril £6.—Six dead bodie*
are debauched! Get t>c*. of my come to tell you tbat the omnipotent, year; when you hesitated that night of Atta and Industrie* at Ch»!ons-eur» cratic leaders of the state cumbering of sailors have
come ashore near Ply»U aow! Down; you will have to Christ is reft-iy to walk across the bat- on Broadway I gained my triumph; Maroe destroyed the models and ma- 100 and the members of the state cen- mouth. An oar
and a small boat
down!" And thus those bruised tlefield and revive, and resuscitate now you are here. Ha! ha! You chines that had been or were being tral committee held a conference marked "Steamship
Marie," wero
battered men are sometimes ac- and resurrect your dead soul. Let Him are here. Come, now, let ns fill prepared for the exhibition to be held Wednesday. Quite • spirited debate found a hundred yards from
The
by those who ought to lift them take your hand %ml rub away the tlio&e two chalices of fire, and in Paris in 1900. The loss exceeds V took piace on the silver question. A Norwegian steamship Marie,them.
1,350
tons,
drink
together
to
darkness
and
woe
declaration was finally adopted that
000,000 francs.
TUuft t>ela*t vestige of hope is mimhness; your l»p*d, and bathe oil
"it is the sense of this conference that plies between Copenhagen and Odessa,
from them. Thus those who the aching; your heart and stop its. aad death. Uaii: H.-viir' Ohl young
with
Forgery.
the two monetary metals should be She is the only steamship of thai name
l<> <JC and lift and save them, wild throb. He brought Lazarus to man, will the good aujjvl sent forth by
NBW
YORK,
April
22.
—
Alonso
J,
kept at a parity." The conference de- passing regularly through the English
life: He brought Jalrus' daughter to Christ, or the bad uvgvl sent forth by
of stripping the slain,
Whtteman,
ex-state
senator
from
Duto Uold stnte convention Wedne*- channel.
po.ut I want tom&keis this: Sin life; He brought the young roan of sin, get the victory over your soul? luth, Knn., is a prisoner at police j cided
day,
AuguVt
77*t
Uut B*voi«u«aary Pension*:
1» ward, cruel aud iole»tl«*ft. Instead Krin to 1 lie, and these are three proofs Their wing* are interlock ed thi-s mo- headquarters. He was arrested on a [
a»«*»»»n
ment
above
you,
contending
for
your
KSOXVTM.E, Tenn., April 2C—Mr*.
e( J» living a, nuu up, it helps him anyhow that he can bring-you to Hfe.
Wben the Philistines cttine down on destiny, as abore thu Apennines eagle teiegr^from Chief of Police Crowley, | A U U I T , K. Y ^ r ^ K
Mor Mary Brown, aged 91 yo*ra, the last
US.e
and his
aiul condor fight in tatd-sky. ThU of San Francisco. Whvteman is wanted ton Uas granted Dr. lacbaaan
pensioner of the war of tit rcv
field,
it
will.
UM»
field
they
steppe^
between
the
j
haar
maj
decide
you*
oil
th»
i.«
h
«fon«week,
fV
1
\
::•
i
died in this city.
f
A PASTOH*» PEBIU
AJLU4ON I* HEAAO.
.X«rytoTa«ai
§tra*« EfTartteW m l t a l BatlaJ «f tike
•SUMIk av aTaVBdHaaSw^1 IMPIKWBBWVBV
SAX FBAJSOSCO, April *«.—About the
, Ia., Apiil
only tangible evidence so far obtained ator Allison we* banqueted by the
r, «« Taou my «ttM»l
gainst Dorrant, the medical student Traveling Men's Bepubticaa d o b of
i eaaaot see Ta«e midst f ff
accused of having- killed. Minnie tiafc elty Friday night, and spoke at
Whleh darkens round the opaa
William*, . is that
the prisoner Itagth upon the silver question, with
>YAL BAKING POWDER
was better acquainted with the dead special reference to statements made
teach M T*y « v l
girl than he will acknowledge. As to m "Coin's. Financial SchooL" The
n'ahard to say: -Thy will be d«a«r*
the matter of the positive identifica- banquet was held at the Pilgrim hotel.
is the purest and strongest
When Thoc hast oaU«d my only ooa,
tion of Durrant as having- been seen President E. M. Went worth, of Uie
fiowoaalptwyt
about the church
where the murders club, presided, and introduced the senbaking powder made. It has
Vataer, then heed my cry!
occurred during1 th<j evening when the ator, wbc said, among other things:
And may this lowly grave be given
deed was committed* that has sot so
"I kAve so doubt that finance U * familiar
To draw me nearer Tbee an* Heaven,
received the highest award at the U. S.
far been done.
*otrte tc you. sad It certataly U t o n « . I have
My home on high.
•ess taore W)ts, received mere pampfeJeu, sad —Mm 8. Burfce Collins, In Magarine of
Rev. John George Gibf on.the preacher read
Gov't official investigation, and at all
more upon this subject during- tbe last
of the church, against whom suspicions rear tats ev«r before. You CAD all see that—
• Ooy Cosnoth ia tlw Mentna>
have Ixsen publicly expressed as being tc ««e a ramlUar expression—there is a Here* • driving raia on the window pan*,
the Great International Expositions and
• pall of night oa the ioaa,
the guilty man, had a long siege in the loose i>otn«where, tor we have seen our country paes la two or two and a half years from a Vae wind's wild cry aa It htmiec by.
witness box Wednesday, and Thursday condition of prosperity to one of panie and ditAad tae tigh of the bare tossed treoa,
World's Fairs wherever exhibited in
morcnatf Gen. Dickspn, attorney for the ttess. we are told we tare come to this »it- Aeold
hearth's gloom la a lonely room,
vanlzed
p
ttbtkm
solely
because
of
the
condition
cf
oae
defense, took the preacher over the
Aad a llie that Is shrunk and grey;
In
n«stt
of
ten,
S
te
i9
the precious metals, and I realize that then ' • aeari that mutt ache for a true love's safes,
competition with others.
whole coarw of his life, and every of
hlgh
and
SO
to
M
Inehaa
is ao more Important question than that of the
Aa*
a
tnw
love
far
away
t
question seemed to Veil an insinuation. money we on,"
diamator, a«
The minister answered promptly.
It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest,
«o
Be added that gold and silver were precious Might wind sad rain, sad loafing aad pain*
. The manner of the cross-examination tnetals because of their divisibility and their
Tbi» hour 1* your owa to hold;
wete to water*
indicates that Dtm^/ivt's lawyers pro- aandcstrnctlbUlty. He referred to t t e feet fto»m6rrow {he sky will be blue on high.
most wholesome bread, cake and pastry.
M carret or
ami
10oera
cat bu
And th* sun la the aky be gold.'
pose to throw t'i.e preacher forward aa that irold and silver were for thousands of
freeztne.
the money of the world, and rapidly Vo-morrow the lark la the gray-paled park
the center of rheir theoi y of the mar- jeare
Sketched the al&tory of the xntain* of these
More economical than any other leaven*
Shall slog to the browsing deer,
ders, for, of coim>cv when they contend precious metals and the effect of their output I Tc-moTTOw my heart and pain ahaU part
that Durrant did c v commit the as lnfineaeed by wars upon the stock of gold
Aad my trcw love be here.
,
ing agent
—Pall Mali Budget.
crimes, they must supply a passible sub- and silver in the world. He continued:
"It ut »aJd that in 16» there was leas than
stitute, and Rev. John George Gibson £1.000,000,00)
o* gold ia the world. From
understands just what they are about. 18U to 180S there was produced ia the Ky heart Is the abort whea the tide Is goa*.
It is hard *f> conceive just how they world of fold wlthla about taoo.W.OCO of AM the argent feet of a lovely dawn
will connect the preacher with the tae amount produced from 1493 to 18*a Walk tar aad near o'er the rocks and sand.
the 900 j « a n prior to 1650 there was With atovelmespace twist the sea and land,
murder, for he tra* at the party of the Dttiiaff
produced about *7.0QO,000,U}O of silver, but durFor toon art gouwi
M Y M . BAXMG POWDER CO, 10C WMLL t T ^
Emanuel church yotttig- people at Dr. inif the twanty-ftve years ending 18)3 there
Voxel's house that night from T:30 wa» produced nearly three times as much void Mr heart Is the i&ors whan the tide has MUM
Wtta veanlaf Up* and soaga. sad some
o'clock until 11. when Durrant, who aa silver.
-Itteclaimed (Hat in I8TS silver its begaa Have waked a son* ta tbe saore's htsa crass
should have been there to act as secreNOTHZXO recalls to the mind of the marC B T E B people are not yet posted hi
davaward eourae and that It was due to th» Where the wtia rose blooms and tae curlew*
tary, did not appear until after 9:30.
faring lingo. Thus, a Manchester «hip ried man tbe joys of his single life so vividmotion of tbe people by Uelr representatives
canal hand was overheard shouting at the ly astofindthat the baby has been eatin&T
For thou art cone!
laeoagrea*. Itwaa believed by many that
The defense believes that it has a this
top of bis voice t o t captain: "Are yon crackers in bed.—Texas Sifting*.
—Eugene Field, in Chicago Becord.
enoamou* Increase in <rold would s o on
bringing in the blunt end or tho sharp end
case against Her. Gibaoa, and will, it from year to year. For fourteen years, doris said, try to show that he and not las; the HMoooas Influx of gold, toe gold COMPLETELY PAEALYZED of that shin r'—Tlt-JBtta,
Tickets will be soli! at oae fare round trip
paased through o«r country to thoue
Durrant killed both Miss Williams and only
THBB* &more Catarrh in this section of to points ia Tennessee, Kentucky. A i ^ f i ^
toads where gold and silver were tbe measMiss Laxnont. It was ia support of ure of vafoe. We bad then suspended specie
the
country
than H
allI owcr
other U
diseases
nn c
r a u v r HBUI
CTL IUUJ puttopui> vv Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida, on the
Are Aatormdod by ft gether. ana until the last few years was sup line of the Louisville & Ksshvflto, and
this theory that Gifcsos* was asked t o ' payments, and for these fourteen years we
Cfcattanoos» & St. Louis Bailposed to be Incurable, For a great many Kaahvffle,
give Darrenf* counsel specimens of his were oa * paper basis, and therefore it was
Peculiar Oaae,
roads,on Januarys,February 5, MarchB,
that
It
waa
elaimed
on
account
of
the
enoryean
doctors
pronounced
tt
a
local
disease,
writing. George Honteith. a well- nwas production of gold tb*t gold and sQver
3 and 30,18S. Ask your ticket agent
and prescribed local remedies, and by con- April
It, and if be cannot sell you excursion
known, attorney, discovered what led eoaU never a^ats be & measure of value, flow*
stantly falling to cure with local treatment, about
writetoC P. Atmore^General Pasto this line of tarostiffatkm. On the ever, Aoring thi« time silver and gold marched
pronounced itmcurable. Science has proven tickets
senger
Agent, LouiaviUe, Ky.t Jackson
aide
*y
side
at
a
ratio
of
about
15H
to
L"
catarrh
to
be
a
constitutional
disease
and
z&orninjr after the Boding- of Minnie
Smith, D. P. A., Cincinnati, O., or Goo.
therefore
reqraire*
constitatioBal
treatment.
The spnAkier referred at great length to
Williams* body the Call published
me Tfanes.PMhsiwiph's, Pa.]
Ball's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. L. Czoa^N. W. P. A., Chicago. XU.
legislation tn European countries. Bea statement from Glbeoru, attached to money
Stricken
with
I*adry*a.
Paralyafa,
and
ye*
Cheney at Co., Toledo, ObiOjfetbo only conto the cessation of free coinage of alland wiring go by
which was 9 tae simile of his ferrlnir
H
veria the various mints of Europe, he said cured. That means but little to the avenge stiUiUonal cure on the market. It Is taken
tig-nature. On the same morning the H waa the mSsston of both metal* through layman but it meaus a miracle to apby*i- internally in doses from ID drops to a tea- Bhakespeara
cfeo. Such is the experience of O. BLDalH- spoonful. It act* directly on the blood and
Examiner published fac similes of Europe that kept them at a parity.
A m * phyalciaaa had given me up, I was
surfaces of the system. They offer saved
"It 1* said ia. ttm we demonetized attver. more now a xeaident of WaiHann, H. J^ mucous
aved by Piso's Cure.—-B
Cure.—-Bum*. E
Eaoia,
i WO
WOnames written on the margin of the
one
hundred
dollars
for
any
case
it
fail*
to
U troe that at that tune we changed the andarareexperieacvHls.
munsport,
t P
Pa^ K
Kor.231
23,188a
cum
Send
for
circulars
and
testimonial*.
paper sent around the rings returned It
law* of our mint* and established gold aa a
"Yea, It is true that I had La»dry*»Parv Ad&eM, F. J.CraatT ft Co., Toledo, O.
to the dead girl's aunt, Mrs. Noble. standard of valve. I believe now that it was
t y S c l d by Druggists, 95c
d Mr. DaUtaoxv to a reporter,
reporter
sid
Honteith is an expert on handwriting, a mistake tor Europe and for tu to have
What an ordinary man eats
Ball'* Family pms, X oanta,
tbe
mart
eetohrated
physidaM
d
of
cfeangva
these
standards.
But
for
twelve
and says he discovered peculiarities in j e a n prior to IPtt we were on a paper basis
and
the way he eats it would
W i n <to uuhappy husband)—"I woukm*t
be
enough
to give dyspepsia
u
the writing which showed that both and it was not looked upon by our peopia aa
worry,
John;
ttdoasutdo
any
Rood
to
borItwa«otttbel0thof
, ^ y ^
to an ostrich—unless the oswere by the same hand. He reported his as Important feature. No actioa of our* ia heooattttued, "wbeu I ww m KewYerk rowtaJouWo.5*Hwbaad—"Bortow troubtol
trich weiv'wise
h to
discovery to D*rraat*& counsel, and it ia ten affected the price of silver or affected the dtf, tint I first f«H the •ymptamsof my Qraat Ctesar, my <tear, nI start borrowing
taouble; I nave it to lewL —Colorado Sun.
ir
•Jsthis
•aid their investigation* have satisfied aettoe of Korope la dealing with silver.
ig
trouble* I +rti?*rW —* difficulty ia going
"The eftoct of oar actloa Is chUm«d t» • s stairs, my legs fslBng to support me. \J
them that fimut'a eaae haa received ! havebMB
s So tsios
to ndaoe the price of all comnt
with an efficient
a great deal of strength from It. Man- j modities sad appreciate gold i s the S*SB« eoaawtted aphymdan who informed mettM%
combination
of
I
had
every
symptom
of
LecomotorAtasisv
teith <WM in court when Glbaon sub- awasur* taat auv«r was depreciated. I don't
g i Paul railway w
„__
vegetable exrlc iteftto^atoaB hoatod aad
mitted his specimen* of writing and bsOtove U. SteM im swee prle«a a*v» »ut a« tbeHaswdevelovsjd h* sKunotmeriltt
»1HM» HICH CMUaaat 1
tracts. Such a
been reduced sad some advanced. O*W and a mm of
bloc? stetsla. Wtth ttm
ration la
iys that the additional sped
silvarmatU pot la shape of moocy wers comr. Pierce**
make the eorrespoadenee between the modities aad sre governed by the tawi at
tot-fay boa*
«Uiaabto«*
•ttpply and dmtaad; jhnd Jutt tnat thing h*vPclkta.
pteacher'* writing and that o«
work
and
<
1st
for
pea*4 to stiver «ad rold a* happened n d e r
wa.
Sleotrto
They
are
the
pin*
Out. A
paper wrapper more remarkable,
caese lawa to otb*r comiaodtUea lB«vflry
It BOsalWa to
at
excellence
eoasuaed
but
I
grew
rapidly
worse
and
eotmtry of Europe la Utt the mint wan open
wtta the oil lamp a&a
a tit* car
p
those w h o
AprU7, terenU
ALUANCA AFFAIR.
to silver, and in 1877 not a (single mint la Eostors. Block stgnate have reduoad * •
•oBTtthnet e a t
rnpf w»* fttwuin ttlwr f « * i * far twm*t%am*\
fer O O I ^ M S to .tb* mbdmamW
tfchapi aad too much. They
r«Urf Ttostf
aecwrt at m
coins. We were Utea upon a paper basis, sad Informed me that l w a * at dealt'* door,
*te" action In all of tbe digestive
could exert no influence upon (tippiy and ; paving but three te ate days to live, «ttll I
They itop eoor stotnacb, windy
p ».—The Central News demand. Tram that time the supply of silver ! tiagecedoa, by this Mue completely panu is the matter with that maoliacreaised,
aad
with
an
i»cr««i>ed
mippty
and
heartburn, flatulence and cure
fried,
my
hands
aitd
feet
being
dead,
j
aaked
UM
inquisitive
sutallgirl
in
tho
theeorraspAndent in Madrid says, Admind DO demand in Europe it wu« the most fc*tfoet&oo,
biliomnew, dyspepsia, inater.
T
h
e
taaa
sitting
m
l£e
front
row
H
coost
eauld
hardly
whisper
my
w
a
n
*
eatfoouli
w
Bent&ger, minister of marine, denies brai thin? In tho world that silver should deT«s*m.
Tba one whoso hairtotoosmall
headache and kindred
aaly
swallow
liquids.
Ob,
the
misery
of
1
that he has ordered the commander of
ftrhtav *—Waabiugtoa Star.
laoee
moments
are
beyond
aU
description
the cruiser Conde de Venadito, which "The amount of silver In circulation ia UN aad death would n*Uy have been a weitired upon the Allianca, to be ecmrt- 1c Europ*.whcre a gold sundard haa takes the
they «re nhrmyc Is favor*
place of a double utandard, i» MJltt.009.iua.
Sounds but a mockery to.ths dyapsptte. B*
martlaled.
, oomes the part that baa astounded haars it, of coprae. but his stomach does not
and there are now in circulation l» the
April 26.—The most Ukited States 9«S,009.000, while la WJ* tae physician*. Rev. Mr. Goody, a clergy* r«spond to the cau. He "goes tbroufh the
p
inquiry at the department we had not • cent. And sull they claim w* auu who visited me la my la*t boats, as he motions" aad suffers afterwards for the
»Uvcr. How can we demonetise susposed, told me of the marvellous cures small1amount of victuals be partakes of. H^eof fttate fail* to verify the report* dfiroonetizeu
Beechara's pills are for
silver when we put it In circulation to that of paralTsis 1that had been performed by tetter * Stomach Bitter* alters his conditios SYNDICATE OOMMMEV
ed receipt of advices from Minister extent in twenty-two years, and thU silver Pr. William* Plak Pills for Pale People. 1 into oae of ability to eat plentifully, digest
ness, bilious headache,
Taylor at Madrid to the effect passes eurreat with •»!*•"
started to take the pills about April 28 awl heartilr, and assiaiimm thoroughly. Maa
weak
after
that
Wt
«n
improvetn«tit
in
laria,
rhoumattoia,
coustipation
ami
biliousthat the Spanish government had
The senator continued that it waa condition. There was a «rarm titigUag ness are conquered by this world-famed
heartburn, torpid liver,
t
made a suitable response to Secretary necessary to have both metals on a par my
•enattoa ia the U ID be taat bad been entire medldttfw
Graham's dispatch in regard to the Alii- with each other, and he predicted that Jy dead and I aoon begtm to move a y feet
sick headache, bad taste far
anca affair. The secretary's response an international agreement was surely and aaod*. the improvement continued un- A rATB may look pleasant aad yes be
CHICA0O
AMtHMtnUorTNifUU*
t
filled
witls
f~s|prist»
:=ada
by
tha
clevec
til May 38 when I was taken ont of bed for a
to repeated questioning was that he coating.
hUnut, (ran U » i t * f*r i * № « » M | * t ^ H mouth, coated tongue, k*a
drive and drove the hone mytelf. By the hoof.—Ram'a Horn.
caata or oma dolUr per wrelt, pnjaM* w**kly or
had no news Xo give out on the subject.
KMathhr. »• him, ao iauratt, u i W ! fan oiwUlr
beginning of Jnly I was able to walk upf»Ttyr*Stm t*na« oa Unrw fanaa. Xrtrf aaa okaappetite, sallow skin,
It is quite
evident,
however,
RUSSIA AND THE EAST.
stairs sione and paid a visit to Niagara,
iuerma BOOMp*U for iataam tfcjui two^wuv.
totha production of tbe moat perthat the present status of the case, if
Th« Garden Snot of trie World,
"Slowly bat surely I gained my oMhealth gaaooHiT
of thm Cblns-JmfMu P « M » T I — ty
caused by constipation; and
fect and popular laxative remedy known,
not entirely satisfactory, is not caus- T t n u I>o
tod
strength
leaving
Ontario
for
New
York
Ttireo Crops a Year.
have euabiea tbe California Fig Syrup Co.
Not Mnt wltH Approval.
s
wiu
grow
uiUad*
of
tntt4
*a«
I
«
M
«
ing uneasiness at the department, or
On October 11 and be ginning-my worksgain
acnieraagniatauooeum tbe reputation of
stipatioo b the most
l«lriV
dM
4
btt^
Lo3rt»s, April 55.—The Standard'* oa October 36, 18K. Cnred of Landrr't to
Impatience over the apparent delay on
its remedy, Syrup of Figa, as i t £ conceded
Berlin
correspondent
says:
The
RusParalyalsin
eight
months."
To
confirm
Bis
W b t t l v a r * a l l a i a t i v * . ForsaWbyall
the part of Spain in responding would
cause of all of them.
sian minister at Peking has been in- story beyoad all doubt, Mr. Dalttmotvmadc
have manifested before this time.
lae
following
affldavtt.
structed to negotiate a cession of Chi- Sworn ana subscribed before me DecemGo by tbe book- PUbxoc
It ia quite possible that when the nese territory to balance the Japanese
ber a. 18M.
AMOS C R X T B B C ^
box. Book FREE at your
sew Spanish minister Dnpuy de Lome acquisitions. China, not being- in a
write B. F. Allen C c j6j Caaal
arrives in Washington there may be position to reject the demands, hopes
Dr. WaUame'Rnk Pffl* contaL all the
necessary to give new life cad
New York.
some developtoc&ts made public, but to confine them to the session of part
to the blood and restore shattered
stitin*~^ •**** |iu«* thaa (uHaja9 bi
the reticence of all departmental of Manchuria and an ioe-free port.
They ace for sale by aU
officials on the matter up to .this date,
be
had
by
mail
from
Dr.
ST. PBTEBSBUKG, April 25.—The Svet
ne Company, Bcbeaeetady, N.
leads to the belief that the incident declares Bossia has concentrated in
for
a) eents per box, or six boxes ' "
has not yet been finally closed.
Japanese waters twenty-two warships, carrying 360 guns and a large
A Cojrvrw.—Visitor (m Mame)—"It's
As CURB IS KING; AUK* witt, ACHCS fa)
STOPPED THE TRAlNS.
body of men. This fleet, it Is added, acainstthslaw tc sell this stuff, isn'titf"
Druf;Ck)ck-"\ei." Visitorn (Who hasjust
B « * T T HtUatom to Texas Kills Cattle with the French squadron makes a
had some)—"It ought to ba, —Smith, Gray
and Dees OtlWT OMDaf*.
total of thirty-seven warships, carry- * Co.'• Monthly.
SAS Asxosno, Tex., April 26.—The inp 610 guns. Moreover, according to
terrific hailstorm which swept through the Svet, a Russian army of 20,000 men
if you don't use Pearline. Give
la tfc* characteristic title of a profuselv
Wilson, Bexssr and Medina coun- could occupy the island of Ye&so, the QlustraUd
book
contointng
over
one
hunyour tired arms and aching back a
ties Wednesday night did much northernmost of Japan, and take Japan dred pares of chanaingty written descrip*
damage. The hailstones were the infiank>should trouble arise.
Uoos of summer resorts in the country
rest, somehow, when you're scrubbing
size of goose egg* and covered the
ST. PETERSBURG, April 25.—The gov- north and west of Chicago. Tho reading
and cleaning.
is new, tbe illustrations are new,
ground to the depth of 2 feet The ernment has sent a note to Japan in- matter
and tbe inform atioa thercda will be new to
"An absurd idea?" Of course.
towns of Lytle, Benton City and Cas- timating there are various conditions almost everyone.
troville were greatly devastated by to the treaty of peace between Japan
A copy of "Short Journeys oa a Long
But when a person has cleaned
the storm, the houses being riddled and China that Russia, cannot allow to Road" will be sent free to anyone who will
CATALOGUE MAMJKO PflUS.
enclose ten cents (to pay postage) to Gso.
house with Pearline, year in
like a sieve by the hailstones. The be put into execution.
HL HcArroBn, General Passenger Agent
and year out, and knows how much
damage to residences and business
Chicago, Milwaukee & Bt. PwoT Railway,
Chicago,
I1L
houses in Lytle alone amounts to about
Me Bride
work it saves, and time, and rubbing, nothing seems more
£50,000.
INDIANAPOMS. Ind., April 26.—The
Miss OUJACHB (who has still got skittish absurti than to try to clean house without it.
Pearline—
Hundreds of head of live stock were executive council of the American Fed- waya)—"Isn't it sad, captain, when a worn*
Baov«W«
an
perceives
that
she's
grown
older
I"
Tbe
no
soap
with
it—-just
Pearline—makes
house-cleaning
easy.
killed.
The track of the Inter- eration of Labor finished its work here
1
la
tlwew«trylir*ianiifsttiirlag
t aalaa<
Captain— *Yes; but It's more sad when she
national & Great Northern rail- Wednesday afternoon and adjourned. doesn't
perceive it,"—Judy.
bar* surplus P n w aatf R«oca. W»
road was blocaded
with
hail A motion was adopted exonerating
or exebaof* stack for
Ir Vha reader* of this paper will look for
stones, and they had to be re- President MclJride on the charge of
lock, they will find a secure wayof redoeO. M- WOODWARD.
moved before trains could proceed. bribery in the settlement of the miners1 tbe
btg their shoe bill*, by buying tbe Securitv
The cotton and corn crops in the and Hocking Valley railroad strikes.
Bchool Sboes, which are only sold for cash
path of the storm were comat one price, tbe lowest ever made for so
Patriarch
good a shoe. Look for lock in this paper.
pletely destroyed. Two hundred
EAST
ST.
Loris,
IlL,
April
25.—Althousand dollars, it is estimated,
COKPissATio*.— He—*Tbat*s Mrs. Grimwill hardly cover the amount of dam- bert Young, aged 08, grand patriarch •haw who lftctuxufc oa bimetallism. Pve
age to crops aud other property. A of all the American gypsies, died at heard her. How exasperatwgiy clever she
to be t" She—"Yes, but how uonsol*
subscription w«u> st&i"W« here Thurs- East St Louis on Monday night, and teems
mgly
ugly
I"—Panch.
day for the relief of sufferers from the his body was tihipped to Saratoga,
packages contain a list of novels by the most popular Authors.
K. Y., lot Snal burial
UraM
storm.
1
^BS^B
^S^^B^^BSSjSJ^S^^P ^P SSSSSjS* w
WALTER BAKER & C«.
„
THE CLARK
HAMW1AN N1XLS5№&№\Sb
FOR fllL THE ILLS THAT P / U N 6flN BRING
•ST. JACOBS OIL J. I. CASE T. 1 .
Better use them
this way,
WORKERS
POPULAR NOVELS.
ADAMS' PEPSIN TUTTI - FRUTTI
"Linaey-Woolaey," Joseph Arthur's now
play, began April nth. It is hlgtUv praised,
32.—The in-i aadtheIncid«Dtalmusica mow unportaai
TOFEKA, K*n., April 26.—There is no
fetu^
longer room for doubt as to where j vestigation of the accounts of the sci- ' feature^
For Fro* Coin***.
I ID<1 a Big
TACOMA, Wash., April
Kansas republicans stand on the silver cide, Paul Schulze, who was general
question. At a uMjeting of the Repub- western land ageat of the Northern
lican league Thursday resolutions de- Pacific is slowly progressing and it ia
claring for the free coinage of the en- J said that the shortage so for discovtire product of American silver mine* ; ered amounts to $100,002.
were adopted by a practically unani- |
Lat**t In Moslvnl
mous vote. There were 1,100 delegates
SPRINGFIF.LD, 0., April UV. •- Mrs.
In attendance.
Harry Frock «•»* perched on the top of
a
;^iano that was attached by a cor stalA0
t o n Btpe OM
ble
and carried away through the
LEWISTOX, I1L, April 26.—Mrs. Chris- j
tin!* Bordner, a nativeotf Pennsylvania, ; streets here by four men. She took
died w r e Thuraday morntag, aged this means to keep the piano, but had
foalij to surrender.
year*.
A MAX may anile aud smite, bt^tif be
do*«u'to.uUhe will see soak«a,~Teiaa Siftmga.
•
Brxnouons in
and Juliet"
aud other utaodard
Hooley'* Theater,
Chicago.
A T»ti knl«t»t Is fuller of bravery hi tfce
midst than in tbe beginning of d>nger.—SU
Tamn is no blood to thepreacbing Malast
wblch the devU never lift* a club.—Ram's
Bom,
_
FsrotuTT. is f oooded on the pttectala ttet
•flxlMlMamtUttiMBuxks
Five Cents in stamos will procure any oae of them delivered
FE
FREE.
ADAMS & SONS CO ,
t
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
SAPOLIO
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPCLIO SHOULD ^B USED IN EVERY KITCHEN*
urn mm musmi
WOMAN'S FREEDOM from
•••^•if:-':
and to
member thereof, and that tbU
resolution be spread upon the-record* of
this
council, ana that the city clerk cause
COUNCIL ROOM,
the tame to be printed in suitable form
Il
39, »896.
A*.
under the corporate
the council,
by
be presented (o each
Prateut,
cltv,
Eveleth and Aldermeo
Ford, Mumby, TrumDated April 29, i893.
Ilk ami Thomas.
Aid Mumby moved that the vote
THe iottawivg account* were presented street commissioner be reconsidered; the
aad referred to th« committee on claims motion prevailed, after which Aid. Trum
«
»«. ' •
.,
fWe moved that the wage* befixedat $1,50
5
and accounts; committee reported farora. .
, .
. *
1
Mr and the clerk was authorized to draw fda v f ^
••^™**«#«ril-**V?r
jJiera for the *ame:
- «»r laborew and |«jk> for team, for
„
v. ^
actual tine worked. Adopted
F,nuik Rose, printing
....1050
....•-,
,7
\,.,_
1.
Ald
Gco. Serr, city engineer
.......21.00
Vumble moved,that:the commit
jtmes Wilson, work on culvert..... MS t e e O B printing be instructed to examine
Ww.EJdridge. work on culvert... 3 75 the books of Justiee McBride and asi-er
AarffewEldredgc, work on c u l m : 3.7* u l n w h a t books he needed. Adopted.
EugeneHuntlngtoo, workou culvert 6.00
._ t .
. .sidewalks,
. ' . presentand
A4J dI< on streets
Aadrtv Eldredge, sexton........ . 7.ba
Out«her, chairman of the com
A De&rfcb, night watch...... . . . Goo ed the following, and on motion it was
T C Nicnol*. stationer/
i.9o
w
Sin»«*n, election
4.oo
Gorsach & Welch, printing
.loJio ent wards of this city are in a very bad
Eageae Huattagtoa, election...... 2,oo state of repair, therefore be it
^SJhaS'i?1"?1*'
'*" 1 ^
Reived:
hf
cit
That the city martial of
W Gra^e'ecSon.*!!.'."!! *.*.'.' .* *.' 2.oo * * T ** instructed by thU council to
Ffft&k Peacock,
election
~
serve a written notice upon the owner or
John Hicks, flection . . .
owners of all property upon which such
ir
.1
;
NOT, «
WRY NOT?
jr
•i
SUITABLE SPRING
seeDS.
i| Dimity, Duck, Ginghams, Percale*, and Wash Goods of all kinds.
Perfect ar»v
OUE HOSIEBY^DEPARTMENT.
of Tt
Interehangable
Sd
ust a few of the many desirable features of the
F. L. JOHNSON,
4
Our Hosiery J^partment is full of good things.
Ladies'Fast Black Seamier Rose at 12£ cents.
Children's Fast Black Seamless Hose at 10 cents.
We have the exclusive sale of Smith & AngelTs
Fast Black Hosiery for this county. They are the
best goods made.
»
HAMJ
GEO&GE HILSEtfDEGEN,
Local Agent,
310, Woodward Ave., -
Coi-unna, Mich.
Detroit, Mich
Having purchased a new
FUNERAL
eo^nd!
the stree
street bdmimmaw№ oi
eo^nd! order
order the
&thai
ha
i
this tity to repair the sam'e.'' *h&
, team o«,s^eet......... Jj,g Dili of the expense incurred thereby •^•^
be presented to the owners of such property, and that ii payment of same is re
1.60
Amwlen, nigii
fused by each owner or owners, thit the
Drake,city engineer
same shall be levied as a tax against said
TO M A S , )
I.C.TH
property upon which said sidewalk has
W.H. MUMBY, t Com.
been repaired, and spread on the different
R. B.FOR0.
)
tax
rolls of the respective wards of said
O B motion the report was adopted.
city
*nd collected from sneja owner or
AM* Hornby, chairman of the commit*
owner*
the same as « regular tax, a* pro
tee on Finance,-submitted the following
Tided in and by an ordinance of this city
report of settlement wit* Treasurer Augsnow in full force an<? effect relative to
b«ry aad of the approval of the bond of
sidewalk*.
Treasurer Maton.
Aid. Thomas sUted that the register
Your committee on finance would teof deeds would give us a place for filing
•pectfallj report as follow*:
cemetery
deeds in the vault if we would
"We hare examined the books ana
Toucher* of the citj treasurer from tbe provide a suitable lock box for filing them
ftCthdav of April, X894, t o t h a * 4 * **y ia. Oa motion t'i« committee, on ctmeAprS* iS95t ***** i»ela«i«t, and find tbem tery was Instructed to procure It
Aid. Cornell offered the following rescomet, and that the eftj treamrer has on
olution
which was adopted:
Ittatf «fc* s«m of seven hundred *ixtj-fiv«
dofiars and sevnstytf-sfat cents. We re- Resolved: Tust we appreciate tbe
ttmmtmi that the vouchers be destroyed kindly efforts of the Owosso fire departlathe presence of this cottucil, except ment in itt effort* to come to the rescue
^he bond* and eoupons and that they be ofottr e'.ty on the morning ot the 27th
filed with the aew treasurer pursuant to and in the effort to timely assist In ex*
fWtoSuUoa* of this coaacll April lottt, tine*i*htng the destructive fire of that
date.
W. H. Mtmnr,
Retolved: That a copy of this resoluJ, C.THOMAS,
R B FORD,
tion be spread upon our record* and that
the same be suitably printed and a copy
Committee,
Upon notion the report was Accepted Under the corporate *eal of this city be
presented to the chief of the Owmto fire
Ate* that we have examined the department wWt tUc thank* of this roun
of Geo. Mason, city treasurer, with cil.
G. T. M«4on and £xra Mason a« sureties
Aid. Ford called the attention of the
and find it in legal form and sureties **U council to thr propriety of getting a fire
fleieat to corer the amount Used by thi» proof safe for the nse of th<* city, and on
council on April 22d, 1895, and that the motion tbe following special committee
oond be filed wjth the city clerk.
was appointed: AM. Mumby, Trumble
W. H. MVMBY,
a.nd Thomas.
J.C. THOMAS,
A ditcv-st'on lelative to assessing cost
R. B. FORD,
of drains and sewers agaif.st the property
Committee.
benefited came up. and Aid. Tho/nae
Alderman Jviumby presented the fol- moved that the matter be referred to the
lowing, which was unanimously adopted: eity attorney and that he be requested to
Resolved, that the committee pa fire examine th« laws re'ative to the mattci
department be given the authority to andreportatthenextmeeting. Adoptedconstruct • suitable roadway running in Aid. Mumbv moved that the city atthe r*ar of John Wood's blacksmith torney be instructed to draw an ordinance
•hop tor the use of the fire department relative to keeping the sid -walks ht propid er repair. Adopt, d.
and that committee Is hereby
Jft take the necessary steps to put the fire
Upon mott<»4.council adjournel until
engine in good runnhig condition.
A KKi'OHt,
th« liquor bonds of Carl Pickert as
Clerk.
principal and C D , Smith and Henry
SWncy as sureties; Luke Cotter as principal and John Gibbons and H. U- Lir^sey as sarettes, the druggist bond of
liicbael Rcidy as principal and C. J,
Oak aad Thomas Agnew a« vureties
•Were read »nd referred to the committee; For a Healthy Exiiteiw*.—Taats
on licenses. Committee reported them
Why the KidBen M Oftea Fail.
In legal form a,nd recommended tbey be
Nature has provided a certain amount
accepted and approved.
of work for every organ pf the
Adopted.
body; overtfa them and dtoeaee «ventu'
Alderman C01W.I moved the commit- ally follows. There fa not o » por
tion of our orgtabm that »6 ov^rwo
tee 00 fire department be authorized to as
the kidneys; on them p*»ed U»JUntake such steps as they deem proper to portant function of flfte № ihe blood of
put the fire company in good working or- h i i t i « w h ^ *
action of We and digestion.
der, and that they be given the power to
=
are co**Jquently termed the sew
act in the matter.
^ of tliQ System; clog up this sewer,
Adopted.
.»*v, the btaftd becomes tainted with poiaon^
Alderman Thomas, from the commit- crtts trrfc add, which bring* on disease
tee on finance recommended that the sal- 1h taaivy forms. The back Is thefirstt o
stio'xt this stoppage. From t h e n cettbea
aries be fixed for the ensuing year as fol- «Kc warning note; it should be heeded,
lows: City attorney, $5o per year; «ity 'nnd the kidneys receive prompt attention.
marshal, $5o per year; city clerk, $75 Doan's Kidney Hil« will right the action
per year; city engineer, * 1.00 pet day; of the kidneys quickly, tetiefettwback of
pains and aches, and c u « all troubles of
City fire warden, $10.00 per year; street kidneys and bladder* Head the following:
eo*nn»listener, ti.25 per day when orderMr. *Wnv Keiaon is a well-known busied bf the committee on streets cr coun- ness man of Kalamtjoo, he resides at 822
Portage Street, w d his business is that of
cil ; day laborers, $1.00,
a grata buyer. He says:
W. H. MUMttY,
"For five yean I have suffered from ait
J, C. THOMAS,
inability to urinate, which resulted from
what wA»wUitcbc£, stoppage of th« bladR. B. FORD,
der.
Dark* these years I have taken raiaCommittee.
craS and electric baths and used other aeans
Which on motion was adopted by the in expectancy of gettiag better, bot their
following yea and nay vote:
;U proved m»TaiHng. Socaemoctlaa^o I
Yeas, Aldermen Cornell, Dutcber, Ford, ' K'RAB naing Doan's Kidney PfUa> WMA X
i:ul heard highly rocommesded^ and I«aa
Utvm'by, Thomas, Trum trie, 6.
>w say that Cod flaitolag rcportt w«re
Nays, 0.
u-)t greater, then thev deaeirved. I got
Whereas: On the morning of April better right along, aad I am fttie from any
27th a fierce and destructive fire broke trouble BOW. I feel better than I have
done for three yean past, K Doan's Kidoutfta the Phoenix block on the ea»t side ney Pffla were well known aM over ttay
of Shiawassee Aye,, city of Corunna, wotdd do an Inttneose aawttat of *ood."
and threatened the destruction of the enSold by aH dealers—peke, k cents.
Maflfcd
b r Fasser-Mabrot Co., BaSak,
tire business ponton of the city, bat
X.
Y..
sold
ajmrta tct «he TJ.ft.№tte«»*
through the per*i?/ten*. and heroic work terthe MME*,
I*a»\'mA
ia&r aodber.
of our fire department the destroying
ccmsssd !? the block in
r. color over
To
if.
tt ori«4aated, therefore b* it
of the latest styles in Corsets and Gloves. We
°° different styles in Corsets. Among the
best are L h e "Chkag» Waist, G. and D. Perfection^'
Also Soh^'Jg Jfodel Forms No. 858.
• 'Q
'"-""«"«*«
r
We are now
prepared
to do
next week. Do not fail to see tttem,
OUB LINE OF UMBRELLAS.
UNDERTAKING
/
EST ALL ITS BRANCHES.
\
We >ho have a very fine line of,
We are offering a good thing in a Lady's SHk ITm
brella, Natural Stick, Paragon Frame, irell worth
$2.50, to ran far S1.4^-only a fftw of then.
FOR YOUB
, . ,
Oar expenses are less than any other dry goods stow
in the county, and we bay oar goods as cheaply as
any house in the couoty. Call and see that tfiese
are facts. We do not sell prints for 2£ canto and
then charge 75 cents for goods that ere only irorth
50 cents. This is a great "catch" aad lots have
been caught.
FURNITURE,
Which we are selling very chea^For cash.
W.A. KNIGHT & Co
I
or
Full line of Dress Goosfe, Trimmings and Lutings.
. 6 5o I P**r the tame within thirty days from the
•»~» I Hate ot the serving of said notice upon
::!&
Spring is here again aad finds
M, £ J. Carlacd'fl Dry Goods
Store
•jj Hart yoa MM*
Oome where all are treated alike. We want your trade and are anxioaa to please you. Please give us a chance. . . . . . . .
Yours for Trade,
We bare a few
M. <fe J. CARLANT A
GBOCERIES
whtch w« will sdl cheap, and i s object
ti ao moa€j to us. we cordially invite
o«ir friends to come In and get ear
prices. We will sate yoa wonejr on
bveiy till of atn>d« f on bny o! u&. W«
mean what We aay, and we are. . . .
ABE OFFERING TO
BUILDERS
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
NOT "TALKING - THROUGH - OUR -HATS.
HOUSE
We naveG lb& raisins o r prunes,
10 bars feoap, .
.
.
2 % Iba. best tea, .
.
.
3 lbs. best Mocha and Java, 3 lbs. dust tea,
6 lbs.good butter crackers, l i b . g o o d R i o coffee,
2 caus baking powder,
- .05
ROLL
ARN
CHASE & ANGELL
ON
* C T y « _* —. fWe
guarantee to save yon mcoer. A
V V l i G u11 stock of both plate Uaefc and gal.
w w ~~- v _._._„ constantly onhand
Disc Harrows, $22.
Road Wagons 330 to $40.
Top Carriages, $46 to $65.
Two seated Buggies in different
styles and prices.
For a riding spring tooth Cultivator* we have
The "Dandy,"
which has no eaual for an all-round tool.
Superior'Grand Drills—the best in use.
North Fairfield and South Bend Plows
at bottom prices.
In fact Our list of farming tools is complete in all lines. Call and see the best—
the CHAMPION NEW BINDER for
1895. It leads them aU.
\~+imt*m*mm.++~^**>
Detroit White Lead Work's Paint—all'
colors in stock. Also ojl* and brashes.
Call »nd see us and get our prices, which
we guarantee as low or lower thad our
competitors.
Watch for our Auction advertisement.
t
PETTIBONE.
f
'«SKS3rB753:
The Evening News,
f the estate ot Delis M. Dick-
; ; r e : T h » following story ia oi I A
W«aUs* whose tove enabled her not
only to live in the lamely Chicago iitfht"W*t_w»j to save h w husband at <fc*
-T*e Great Dafiy of Mkhrgan,-
which
the
it a pUe# called the Oib,
fe
<*rt ia the take, and sur—"«•••«• m*eraftesiTOmasonry at the entrance +<j tbe tunnel, which receives
the water supply u$ the city.
One day in the <er7^* winter, says the
ft. G. ElCompanion, th\? deeper was
« go on shore for fciupplies. \
4
some ne.,
ettt? avenu
among the
ant of tt»
Hatt, and A.*w. 8
rornjer have be**n
ISS5, and are wldel
Therewith, A. W
lumberman and bao
moved to Detroit,
partner ia 189$.
connection
— reft«ntly re*
.«*»„'BUSH,
Jud*eof Probate.
Saias Hod aad ShotWers Above ail Often.
to
Pftwii№S^^ftSLF-' H<№
THE EVENING NEWS,
•*.»• ro*^ m&mtt mr
acre*
fats would be
A«*fc^ms^wy»iiia<^immaBdeityfart.,gtii^^yw»^-
MARY E. KELLOGG,
L.^BUfc
GuardlM of a»<mate o/ Attorney fat
Sxetn
WILUAMG1LMOHB.
g l U M B. ALDR1CH.
Kxecators of the estate
» * '*
A&&* be reached the
and he was safe. As
climbed into the room his wifm faint«w»y, mad he found her clothes worn
through, where she had braced her
knees against the stone wall; her wedding ring was gone; her left arm was
ton ai the elbow.
When§h««MMfe>herself, and they
* * H **** fc***^. «he explain** that
*" *"" sell her ring waa pulled from
and her s m wounded*
—r
the hevouM) **yota know
thaawas BO time to faint, aad *> 1
drew that rope up whh my right hand
«b4 my teeth."
BUILDING
tew Added Bft
of UH> ftn*. by
actory WHS battt Is
great commercial
Ke mlat ooee. It ha
AM M l
ail throat* the
few yMjrst a fact
the
fosds taried oat. Ready •*** is found
for
sit
th*
shoe*
that
are
IMBHf«CtUr*<L
At
pTWeftt,
U*.
to
th* tae-
tory. and the a n roll esnhodles from
that number to Us, the year round. All
grades of rood*, front btfaats* cacfts to
men's ttlsrlk drivta* toots, art turned out,
at the rate of OS pairs per day, or 1S.Q0G
per month. One Important specialty IB
the manufacture of men's drive shoe*.
for kxctftet pwrposes, which at* made to
all Brade*. Tn* Arm also makes a specialty of men's oil grain*, from medium
to cheap. The An*** of ladies', misses'
•nti men's shoe* sre also manufactured
in large quantltes. Among th* *p-cUltte* should also be mentioned H. 8. Kobtnson * Co.'s old reliable buskin, which
has enjoyed almost unprecedented popularity *or many year*. Tn short, there
Is nothing m the line of footwear which
1* not«turoed out by this enterprising
firm, as tn* demand require*. They are
strictly **up with the t!m*u." and make
it a point to lead In the style and quality.
of their products.
The factory Is three stories and a ba«*~
meat In hlght, and ta of handsome architecture, to conform with tbe requirement* of tbe locality where It i» situated.
Tills season the firm will have no lesa
than IS travelers on tbe road, covering
uu. Obio. Indiana, 1)1 tools, Minner
W
t a c o n s . IIowa,
,
Wisconsin.
Texas.. OklaIndlan Territory and Nebraska.
l a addition to the factory they carry
a t their warehouse, 99 to 106 Jefferson
ttvfeme. the moat complete Jobbing stock
tm lUebiffaa, also a rubber department
ar* special agents of the
Robber Company, besides
_ _ the Woonsocket. Rhode Island
f&rvd rubbers, wfeics have a strong
o* Che public
Taken a s a whole, the extensive com*
fBeretal enterprise conducted by H. S.
Rebfnsoa * Co. is one of which, Detroit
baa good reason to be proud, and fir every city or Tillage can be found one or
more imminent dealers making a specialty «i their *ood*.
A LOST DINNER
Busted Walt* a.
Visitor Was Talking.
Wtede*
When George P. JL Healey, the
American portrait painter, was 1
in Paris, very poor and*quite unknown
in his profession, he had the usual ops
and downs of an artist's life. He and
his wife had inexpensive rooms, neither
of which was a kitchen, says a foreign
exchange.
But, he says, oar big- stove boasted oi
something' which might pass for an
oven, and this Mrs. Healy was determined to utilize. She bon#ht a goose,
and we rejoiced at the thought of escaping' that day from the monotonous
meal in an ill-ventilated room, overcrowded with famished mortals. Indue
time the goose was shut up in the oven.
The bell rang and a gentleman entered. He was an important personage, very rich, and a possible sitter, one
to be well received by a struggling
young artist I forgot all about the
goose, and showwi my work to this
amateur, who seemed to be interested
in it.
He was a prolix talket, and liked tbe
sound of his own voice, 1 encouraged
this weakness, and presently we were
launched in an interminable discussion
on art; art in general, art in the past,
art in America, art everywhere. OUT
conversation was soon accompanied by
a low singing sound which became a
sizzle, aad then a veritable spattering.
The goose had burst tn upon the artistic
talk.
A strong odor pervaded the painting
room, and a glance convinced me of say
wife's utttur wretchedneta. But a wellprimed talker ia not to be stopped by
trifles* Once or twice our visitor looked
up, a little startled by the sputtering,
and seemed astonished by the strong
odor; but I suppose he concluded tbat
the kitchen was inconveniently new,
AndfcUefii«rni«r •** went on.
When, at last, he took his ie*ve, wa
boO* rushed to the stove. The singing
hftdeeusdj tbe gootmwas little more
STATl OF MICHIGAN, r
comrrr o» SSOAWASSKB. (**-
In her ftnterextins; letters to the S t
James Quette Mr*. Bishop draws a
StrlkSBf; picture of the manner in which
tb*> &«ssmB jpovsnuneat is opening- up
the fertile regions of eastern Siberia;
NItotosfcoye la a place of flfteeathoa•ttad mhabttasta, the center of » hurg^
govenmMnt floormlU and elaborate
barracks. Tor many mOea on either
side the new Siberia* rsJlvoad passes
thrcnjrh naat vSiltgea and ptustwuoms
fanna. "From Spasskoje," says Jfv*.
Bishop, "and east of the Hank* lake up
to Ussuri, the magnllieent region is
waiting to he peopled. Grass, timber,
water, ooal* a so'I as rich as the prairiaa
fjd QlinoU, and a climat* not only favorable to agricalture, bat to human
health, all await the settler; axtd the
broad, unoccupied and fertile lands
which Bnssian Manchuria oilers are
capable of mtpptmting a population of
many millions. Here Eu&tla is laying
solidly the foundations of a new empire, which she purposes to make a
homogeneous one. 'No foreigner need
apply!' One thousand families, assisted
emigrants from Russia of the bost class,
will come oat nest year, and tbe number is to increase progressively. Eaub
head of an emigrating household has to
deposit six hundred roubles with a government official on leaving Odessa,
'which he receives on l u r i n g m Siberia.
g
The emigrants, on reaching Vladivostock, are lodged in excellent emigrant
barracks, and can buy the necessary
agricultural implements at cost price
from a government depot. Already
along the railroad houses are springing
up; and, if security can be obtained,
there is nothing to prevent the country
from being peopled up to the Chinese
frontier, the rivers Sungacha and Ussuri, which form the boundary from
the H""*** lake to KhabarofEka, on the
Amur, giving a considerable protection
from brigandage.rt
SOUTH AFRICAN ENGLISH.
Statements Contained to
IJterary Ei»*y».
R. Russell, superintendent of education, appears to delight—as well he
may do—in publishing the funny little
blunders that some of the candidates
perpetrate at the w>llective examination. Here are a few "gwms" which
were selected from some MSS. which
were not sent in for the Natal Witness
literary prise competition:
"Her hand was cold, like that of a
serpent."
"The countess was about to reply
when a door opened and closed her
mouth."
"'Ha! ha!' he exclaimed in Portn-
Atfteassfoa of the Probate Court for said
ootmty,heMattheFroteteosV *lot*e2lry of
~
"
t h n * day of AjrtL
ro« the<
e of Probate.
S
>of M
MaryB.8tew
V* ceadta* and Was; the pettaun of WlWam
^T, vrajris* that adHMstratfcwof ssM estate
aasy be«f*ited to the petldoceror eon* other
sntsJbWwrsoB.
Ulsorfeed, tha u e t r t i d a y of May next,
attnoTetoek hi the for+aoon. at ssM probate
acoeyofthls
ortter be poUldwd t h n t snooeesive wseksine
vioostosaiddayof hearioy, m tbeCoruooa
Journal, a newspaper ptteted and drvuMMlos;
In said coauty of Shtowwee-.
MATTHEW BCRB,
4«tireof Prohate.
ByKATBKRurxE. Kst»rr,"
P"S
ty of S h t o t a e e t w
Atasessienof the Ftofeate vown. for
v
oountv, held at me Probate oafee Ch the city
of Conioaa,on8aturdayttbeeth day of April
hi the veer one thousand, thjhl hundred and
ntnetaMHre.
Prweat, Matthew B o a , Jndm of Probate.
lathe mat** of the estate of Maria Cbalker,
for
of Centos*, on
•. «Mepccfl»itt;<
th* HohensftU«ra« Fail?
An old German prophecy relates that
the Hohenzoilero dynasty will fall
when an emperor has seven sons. Six
are already down to the credit of
Emperor IVfllism, *r*At a* the empress is
about to become a mother again, there
coasioerablw excitement among the
« s Of the empire lest the
may be fulfilled, In part at
.
AtheybatifrewosJa indicate
thereat to *o*iow.
|
vfocw wad desire&ble
IHiHerna, at prices to
sait the times, at . .
1
ij;
• ; !
i
M., ORMSBYS,
00BTNKA,
MICHIGAN.
Sch«diil« of Examination*,
aad
Ittaotderedthetthesrhday of May. next,
at ten e'esoek In thefomcfw. as a»taf>njtat#
ofltoe, he Mstcned for hsartae; saM petition.
As4 iv(« further otileredAat a cosy of this
order be pubihawd
three
saaeuwve wesfes
^*™ ••• • • ^
B^BS^TW^ si a*m< *• i • P » T W
•m-^^am^
pte^ftMWtesstddayaf heaiiaf,ln the Conmna Journal aamipajun prhwedaad ctrgatot
iat to said eouaty of&alawassee.
MArTHKWBUBH.
Judi* of Probst*.
Sy KslheHae «. Keleey. Probsts Bsmister.
frf
THIS IS A PROGRESSIVE
AGE.
N e w a n d S t a r t l i n g Dleooverlwe a r c
M*d« Dally.
The greatest discovery for autterer* of catarrfe, Bay r>v»r and Asthms., i« Mayew' Mmc
aetlc Catarrh Cure. Its wonderful cures since
Its discovery are known to thousands.
Thta grand medicine will positively care all
foi-sna of this terrible disease
It aceompitibe* what no other remedy feat
done. tfosuiiFleacbJidcan ute U. No curtno pay. Oae bottle wiii do the work and ;a«s
tor a three ciontbs' treatment. Eutirely new,
no other remedy made like- it, Tbi. ia wbat
the emluenr. Dr. Henry Curritiffton Alexander
D, D-, L. I- D., has to say <>f its mairelou
cure.
LOOK HERE
wlUbewrt»cn;th«*
writfei; the thlrdiiaif day
and civil noTCCMMAt wtJl be
ftrtt half day of the regular •nunlnsilons, ap»
ptfcejMstoutohtfhsrarades will writs Al«e>
braand ftiysfc*. Applicants fortrM a fads
writ* noawtrr, leaersJ history and botany oo
.Saturday. Ma bnwehes can be written except
hi accordance with the abovegchedtile,and *p
pUcaats who are not present at the proptr
tiice autst watt itatll the tteJtt ejeaminstkm to
oosaptete their work,
K. D. DIMUND.
4<w4
CommiMtfoner.
If you want good goods and want to get the fall
worth of your moneyv you must go to a
good place to do your business
And if anybody should ask you
STATE OF MtCKIGAN-Circtrit Court for
tbeCodotyof l&iawM-ee, in Chancery.Altotra A. Post)
V
Isaac H. Post, f
Suit pendtnir in tbe Circuit Court for the
County of SaJawa«9ee in Chancery, nt tbe
Court House In the city of Corunna, ^n the8»th
6*\ of March A. D, 1896.
In this cause It appearing' from amdavit on
file, that the defendant. Isaac H, Post, la not a
THE J>IATKRS DRtCr Co .
resident At thU« state, but resides at Kansas
Oakland. M. D..
OKKTceMSN:—Bverftlcee I hare tried your City, in tbe state of Mlswurt on motion of A.
famous catarrh remedy t havelniondedtogivc L. Chandler & A. E. Blcbards, complainant'*
you a voluntary tesilmoolal
of its efficiency. solicit ore, it is ordered that the said defendant,
4
I have t»e«n a sulfer* '' for year* from nasnl . Isaac H. Poat, cause his appf«ranc« to be earand poet uttatU ^rurxb. awi the bone ia my I tered herein, withinfivemonths from the date
of this order, sod In c*e« of his appearance
nose has been visibly cbangvu in its shape.
After a trial of all manner of good and in- that he cause his answer to tbe complainant's
different recipiee, I have no hesitation in pro- bill of complaint to be filed. And a copy thereof
nouncing your Magnetic Catarrh Cure, the to be served on said complainant's solicitors,
best, the speediest and moot effectual remedy within twenty day* after service on him of a
1 hare yet encountered. I wish and predict copy or said bUL, and notice of this order; and
your 3ue«!*r in tbe effort to demonstrate the m default thereof, said bill be taken as convalue of yr.ur neat little device in tbe way of a fessed by said wra-residetit defends!! t
truly scientific and meritorious iohalenu f ou , And it Is further ordered, tbat within tweuiy
days the said complainant came a notice of
have made me your everlasting debtor.
i this order to be published in the Cr>rafctt&
I am my dear sir?.
I Journal, a »ews^»per printed, published and
Yourn f aithfoliy.
; ctacufeting in daid county, and that such pubHENRY CASKINGTOS AIXXASDEB.
j lication be continued there at least one? in
Sept. Vith, 1833,
each week lor six weeks in succession, or that
ebe cause a copy of this order to be personally
For sale by M. Reidy, Corunna.
MTved on BSM non-resident, defendant at
least twenty days before the time aboee pr*scrioedfor hi*appearance.
.„„,_„
tinara Again&t toss
A L <JHAM>LbJt
CiiAS. H. WI9NER,
and A. £ . B1CUA&OS.
Circuit Judge.
Or damage to property by keeping wel Complainant>
Soiidiors.
nsured in some first class company
W. R. Chapell ia local agent for the
DJmfISTKATOR'3 8ALB OF KEAL ESfollowing well known companys.
TATE.—Stale of Michigan, County ot 3b> |
The Commercial Union Assurance In tbe matter of tbe estate of Albert T»
Company of London.
'Nichols, deceased.
.!
is hereby given that In pursuance and ]
*he National Fire Insurance Com !i byNotice
virtue of aa order (minted to the uoderpany of Hartford, Ct.,
I *lrned, a* admiaistrator of the estate of said
Albert T. Nichols, by the Hon. Matthew Bush,
The Niagara Fire Insurance Com- ;! Judge
of Probate in and for said county, on the
lpaoy of New York.
; l&thdayof April, A. D. 1895, there will be sold at
public vendue, to the bi*ne*t bidder, at tbe
The Orient Fire Insurance Com- |1 Court
Bouse In the City ot Corunna, in said
pany of Hartford Ct..
: county, on Monday, the 17th day of June, A. D.
at ten o'clock in tbe forewx n at said day,
Prompt attention given to business ! 1895,
all the right, title and interest of :«ld Albert
and the lowest rates at all times.
i T. Nichols, deceased, in and to the following*
where to get the best Wiues, Liquors,
Cigars, or anything in the ^line of pure
drugs, tell them to go to
EIDY'S
Coruima,
OOOOCWOOOO^WJooOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOXiOOOOO
A
described lands and premise*, situated is the
city of Corunoa, county of Sbiawsssee, Mate
My husband hstd two cancers taken ! of Michigan, to-wit; Lot «1i (6) ,»ud wtstpart
of lot five <*) in block eigbt (S), (the part of lot
I>is face, and iinotfier was com- ji five
hereby conveyed is till that part or Mid lot
!
not heretofore sold and conveyed by S. 'i'itiu
ing
on
his
lip.
He
took
two
bottles
of
"The colonel paced backward and
i Parsons and wife) accordion to ibe recorded
forward with his hands behind his Burdock Blood Bitters mud it disap- i plat of the village (now ciiy) ot Uoruuna aforepeared. J'e is completely well." Mrs. Said.
CHAKLES HOLM A*.
back, reading the newspaper."
' Administrator of the estate of Albert T. Nlch"The man was dressed in a velvet Win. Kirby, Akron, Erie Co,, N. Y. !
ois, deceased.
Dated Coninofl, April dOttx, A. D.
jacket, with pants of the same color,"
All this seems very ridiculous, bnt
similar blunders have been made by
some of oar best novelists. For ini tance, Anthony 'i>ollope, In one of his
works, speaks of a man "walking down
the street whistling, with a cigar In his
mouth." Some of the author's fricwds
drew his attention to the absurdity,
but Trollope stoutly maintained that
it was possible to whistle with a cigar
in one's mouth. However, he could not
do It when challenged, and 2 have
no more successful myself.
Rolls
m
hJvdae of
A s estate ef
Md Mary A. 8aa«, minors, John L. Shaw »»
caannanor eaMestate, eoaws hrte.epart and
rcptewMtsthat he Is now prepared to vender
atmnsl a s c e n t as
fc>diaa
I
dayof Way pert, nt ten o X ^ u ^ ^ . ^ - . - — — ^
beasslsned for exsai&tes; aad aBowhaa, sush
acennt, wwthajt the hetrs at law ct sajddc;
abased aadsJI otfenr peraqosUileieWJBdte
- - ^ ~ ^ - ^ . ^ - « ™ t o appear stssesslooc*ssJd
court, then to be hoMtea at the pfobateoSee.
In theofty of Conmna,ta said Opttotr, and shc-W
came* if any there be> why tbe saW a e e o u t
shouWnotDeattowed.
^
And ft Is furawrordered, that said guardian
*ire aotMe to the pefetone Interested m said es*
tate, of tbe pewflcacy of saM account, and the
hearlos; thereof by csustae a copy of this
oTdertobeptfbushed Is theOonaM JonnMU,
a newspaper printed and circulated to said
coanry of Shtewasscev for three soeeasslvft
weeks to esid day of heartog.
MATTTHEW BUSH, .
of rrobate.
&rKAt8KBtRE,KSL8SY,
of Mn.
l
of
OiiieadlapaadMlav the
^ M S i h t h M
WALL
l
the
T u
•*
i
^ffi№
emfAopet
MAIL.
venaue.
of the
r, at
are
** itecd the test ^
of the
of
haada
Ith
A RJLL-GROWN M A N
All tlia** creeping, crawling, stinging sensations th«t combine to make
up the tortures of any itching disease
of tlie .*kin Arc. instantly relieved and
permanently cuted by Doan's Ointment. Doan^s never fail.
are tbs
Best in ite World.
St-dSJ
& CtUTTERHirCH:, Corun:
OKDEE—State of Michigan,
County of Sbiasrasse*, t?.
PAtKOBATE
a session of the Prob«te Court for tb©
county of Sbiawa*sec. holden at the 1'robate
oQice in Ihe < ity of Corunnn, OH Tuesday
the Oth dav of April. In the year one thousand
eig-ht hundred and nlnety-tive.
f resent. Matthew Bush, Judge of rrobste.
In the matter of the estate of Geonre Quell,
deceased.
On reading and nlinjr tbe petltkn, duly vertfled, of .lay D. №>yce.as administrator, praying
that be bo granted Ucenw to sell real estate or
sakidece«sedfor tse purpose of rtlstributioa.
Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, the
6th day of Mar. <*Tt. at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, bo a*£lyn«0 for tfce bedrttur of said
petition, and tbat the heirs at Iww of said dcceawd, und nil oth^t persons Interested in said
instate, are mjul»«d to appear at n session of
SHUI Court, then to be taolden nt iho t^iwfcte
office, in the city of Corunntu in *a1d county,
and shim cause if any there he, why the prayer
of ibe pertttotwr *hou!d not be r»»nted.
A od it is further ordered, tbat *aid petitioner
ffive notion to the pcrsoun tntorested in said
estate, of the p*wlency of said petition, and
tfcc beaHnx thereof, bycausio* nooprof this
order to be publtebed in Tb&Corunn* Jounwl,
a ne'rtpapcr printed and ^rcuhited in said
emmty of ehiaww*ee, for three successive
weeks previous to s*W day of aoarlnj-y
MATTHKW BCSB,
•Indue of Probate.
By KATBXIWII B. KEJLtsr Frobate BefWer
LADIES' CLOTH
MERCHANT
CAPES,
JACKETS,
TAILOR AND
COATS,
MEN'S
AND CLOAKS
MADE TO ORDER.
FURNISHING
HOUSE.
OUE
TERMS
STRICTLY
Suits made to order, 914 and up.
Overcoat* made to order. 915 and up.
Pant* made to order. 93,75 and up.
Fancy-silk vests to order, $3 and up.
TIES, LINEN AND
CELLULOID COLLARS,
UNDERWEAR ETC
CASH,
And tlist Is
why we
can sell at
these prices.
A call solicited and s&ti»factk»n guaranteed.
J. A. BECKER,
EENEWYOTJR
SUBSCRIPTION
FOB THE JOURN.
FXAITK HowAJroPoom,
L c r u Ifojraos POWER, editor
DURRANT HELD,
teae* lor forgaty •*
a»d proprietor of £he lroa«Jad Age, the
ham tdlen hair to about $16,000,000 only atheistic paper published in the
through the death of Frank Howard, a country, died at her home in IndianapApril 12,—The
Nevada mine»owii£r.
olis, Ind.
aaj"L*ttl»
-I
jury investigating
gg the ease of
CATUfixncK SCOTT, the oldest woman oner's jy
«ff Haeif," B«t tfa* •prfnf, andfckia the only medicimel ttM
i
MICHIGAN. THE American Indnstnal union, a
GOSUNKA.
h murder
d off Minnie
M i i Williams,
W
one of f f c M
sew labor organization, was born in in Brooklyn, N. Y., died at the age of the
wife fa4e bond to risk
Chicago.
103 years. She was born in Ireland the two young girls who were killed in health and strength IB this ssuuaai t h m g h the year. I s enables me to te
i dnst and dirt. The con- mj hoore cleaning and farm work all
THE dflcbkm of the supreme court in and went to Brooklyn seventy years Emannel Baptist church, returned a
•eqaeaos
of
her
feverish anxiety over through the summer. It helped m l
verdict Friday charging Theodore Curthe income tax case necessitates a RgO.
extra
work
is
4epi*tkxi
of the Wood, very much for palpitation of the heart.
rant
with
the
murder.
THE 8Cth birthday of Mrs. William
change in the estimates of the governthe
sooree
of
all
hfe
and
strength,
Doubt
a*
to
the
guilt
of
W.
R.
T.
Important Intelligence From All Parts. ment for the fiscal ye*i ending Juue 30, McKinley, Sr., mother of th« governor,
manifesto
in
thai
weak,
tired,
nerwoiia I think Hood's SaraaparlUa k the medW
and from the best data obtainable it was celebrated with a family reunion Durrant, the young medics.1 student condition too prevalent at this sraaon efatefc* ereryone and all who take SI
who ie accused formally of
g andTAZjdangcrons if allowed to coa- WD3 a*rer be without it, I have alao
was believed that the deficit for theat Canton, O.
DOMESTIC.
Miss
Williams
and
suspected
of
tinne. What ereey man and
year
would
amount
to
^40,000,00(1
Hox.
GEOKGE
NATHANIEL
Ctrxzosr,
M.
A crcLOxi swept away twenty houses
«aad Hood's PVia and they are the beat
l In
in the apring
spring k
ia Hood'i
P.,
of
Eng-land,
and
Miss
Mazy
VicCITIZENS
of
St.
James,
Mo.,
presented
needs
Hood's Sarsapa* r e v * * tried.r M M . F. H.
at Matties Landing, Ala., and killed
rOU. It keeps• the
blood
sixty iit'tim of land and a large build- toria Leiter, eldest daughter of the
three persons.
the
hltxA rlt
vitalir^
£Z\ & Woodstock, Ct
:
enriched,
an
s
tm^^Vf
the
THBOUGH undervaluation of imported ing to the women's relief corps of the Chicago millionaire, Mr. L. Z. Letter,
thttsjunction*.
aod
all
A
«
bodily
K. B. Eemember that
were murried in Wasbinton.
soldiers' home.
,
goods at the pc <• of New York it was
FORRST
fires
w^re
raging
in
the
mounPSCF.
EDWARD
A.
SPOTH
died
at
•aid the government would lose over
tains in the southern interior of West Roundout, X. Y., La Ms 75th year. He
$100,000.
Fiai! in the bcildinjj in Philadelphia Virginia, fully 2,000 a^res of timber was well known in the musical world
as the composer of religious, classic
oernpied by the'New York Biscuit com- land having been burned over.
GEOKGE H. KICKER, 25 years old, and concert music.
pany caused » 1Q* S of &300,000.
THE Kentucky republican state cenUALDWIX Btto& & Co., brokers at editor of the itristpl (Conn.) Herald,
Boston, with branch offices in over committed suicide during a fit of dis- tral committee has postponed the state
convention from May 29toJune 5.
fifty Kew England cities and in Kew pondency by cutting his throat.
THE
Wisconsin
supreme
court
says
JUNE 11 has been selected as the time
York,, suspended with liabilities of over
that a decision of the law which pro- for holding the populist state conven9500,0001
PATRIOTS' day, the anniversary of vides that life imprisonment works ab- tion at Des Moines, la.
Prominently in the pnblk eye to-day.
MRS. MABY Baowx, aged 91 years,
the battle of Lexing-ton, was generally solute divorce without further proceedings is valid.
the la&t pensioner of the war of the
observed throughout New England.
FOR THIS
WILLIAM OTSTCX (colored) was hanged revolution, died at Knoxville, Tenn.
THOKXTOX
PABKKA (colored) was
THE
R
at
Varner,
Ark.,
for
braining
his
wife
ALBEKT
YOUNG,
aired
68,
grand
paW.
H.
T.
D
C
M
U
L
B
T
.
hanged at Westehester, Vs., for as1
triarch of all the American gypsies,
sault on Mrs. Melton, and Frank with a hoe.
having slain Miss Lamont, is free* LIVE STOCKHHiBt-.-i ^. N 50 £ c 1ft
THE body of Edwin Forrest is to be died at East St. Louis, I1L
Fuller (also colored) was hanged at
Sheep....•*iAy» r ,"
3 37V*& 6 Hi
M .
MRS. MARY TRUELOCK died at tiie ly expressed by many, and this doubt,
Kew Orleans, La., for murdering Hen- removed to a mausoleum at the Edwin
Hogs.
JUw>~-'"-**•"
* ** it ft 5 0
Forrest Home near Philadelphia.
county poor farm at Salina, Kan., aged fostered by the friends of the prisoner
rietta Gardner.
O
U
B
M
i
f
c
W
2
15 £ 3 40
and those who mistrust circumstantial
AT San Jose, CaL, Albert Anderson 109 years.
FIVE BPXI>KKI> jrarmentworkers went
*oe © -its
There has
COL. FHANKLLX FAIRBANKS, president evidence, is spreading.
«B a strike at St. Louis against the broke into the room of Mrs. Alice T.
been
an
undercurrent
of
opinion
? am*.
Blair at midnight and stabbed her to of the ivairbanks Scale company, died
sweating system.
among these which was expressed
TSJa*
^. K%QM
at St. Johnsbury, Vt.
JOKK B. THOMAS, late editor of the death and then killed himself.
Track Wh!*e Western....
57 ^
«
in a statement to the newspapers BYE
M A
M
Mount Vernoft (ImL) Republican and a
JAMES R. HOLLAND, cashier of the REV. DR. W. MITTESDOKF, 64 years of
the mother of the accused man and POEK-lleiw. New
1*60 g n u o
eripple, left Evansville to go round the Merchants' and Farmers' national bank age and for twenty years editor of Ger- by
LABD^WteBtera..............
7 is u 7 38
which
has
also
been
boldly
stated
in
12 A SO
world in a wheel chair in two years. of Charlotte, N. C, was discovered man literature in the United Brethren anonymous letters to the coroner. BCTTEfi—West's Cre»m*rj.
Western Dairy....
»
tt
«
without a cent of money except what short in his accounts to the amount of publishing house, died in Dayton, O.
CHICAGO
he earns on his way.'
875,000.
CATTLEr-Shlppioe St*ers... SilO ^
* APPROPRIATIONS
FOREIGN.
Stoekers utd Feeder*....
I 90 te i
BLAKJC, Patrick Harvey and
A TOLTTME issued at Washington
Butelwm' S t e e w , . . . . . . . . . !K)
A RUSSXAX general named Gregorieft A T o t a l Of • • • T . O O & T s * *
Bardpke were killed and John shows that the total appropriations bv
Cows
,
„
1»
Texas St*er»
>#>
ConlyandJ. JL- Hand were fatally in- the Fifty-third congress were «4J»7,008,- was sect to penal servitude in Siberia
„ . 416
April 24.—The volume HOGS.....
fmtrA by the collapse of houstinjr ma- a20, and that 1,773 new offices were for eight years for selling military
SHEEP
......—~.
S » © < 79
secrets
to
the
Austrian
government.
BUTTER—Creamery....:....
6 & 19
showing' the exact appropriations and
chinery in the Chicago Ship Building
D
i
7ft
MI
T&K
grand
jury
in
London
found
a
the
new
offices
created
has
been
precompany's y»r<?-> at South Chicago.
the absence of Joe Robinson
Stock............
$ &
?
true
bill
Against
Oscar
Wilde,
who
is
pared
for
the
last
session
of
the
FiftyG
h
IlHit
THE Faunas county bank at Beaver and his wife their house at Quincy,
BROOM CORN (per t o n ) . . . .
COOQfel?©CO
third congress by Clerks Cleaves and POTATOES
tfty, Neb., close*! tts df*>rs with liabil- Fls., was burned and three children charged with serious misdemeanors.
(J«r bo>
58 ®
&
« 10 © It I7«
ities of $77,000.
were cremated.
THE Nicaroguan government was ad~ Courts, of the senate and house appro- PORK—Me>»*
«**%& 6 »
Has. DELIA T. S. PAKXETX, 80 years
IN the Xew York assembly the bill to vised of the arrival of the three British priations committees. The grand to- LARD—Steam
FLOCR—Sprluff Patents.....
S«0 &. 3 B0
Of age, mother of the late Charles Stu make Lincoln's birthday, February 13, warships at Corinto to enforce the tal of appropriations was $197,008,530.
Spring Straights...
X 10 ^ t »
Winter Patents....
£80 fe t&
The number of new offices specifically
art FarnelL wss murderously assaulted a legal holiday was passed without a British ultimatum.
WJater Straight*
^'» ©. sj So
created
is
1,773,
at
an
annual
cost
of
by highwaymen near Burden tenra, dissenting vote.
THE execution of the famous bandit*
GRAIN—WUe*t. No- t
6 e \ & W% t i l Wi- 1-25 * | l l - tJ7m
Cora, No. * . , . C 4 a
4i%
K.J.
THK Dime savings bank at Willi- Feliciano Mariavos and Maurielo $1,313,334, and the number omitted is
IF VCNI CUUTT OeT THEM nWM TOtM
Oats.No. *
JttoOK £TKKSTT, of the superior mantic, Conn., closed its door* vnth Rivera took place at Guadalajara, Mex- 400, at an annual cost of 8497,948, mak- , Uye......
DCALSR WBfTf T O
&i<& OS
ing a net increase of 1,334 in number ii Bsrlej
court at Lafayette, Ind., in the case of $626,591 on deposit and ft surplus of ico.
Included in GBATN—Wheat.MILWAUKEE.
Helen M. Gougar, decided that women about $23,000,
Ls a riot among soldiers In the north- and $815,376 in* amount.
No '£Spring «
Corn, No. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
not entitled to the right of suf- THE national session of the com-ern portion of the island of Formosa this increase are the 1,090 addi*
O»ts. No. 3 W h i t e . . . . . . . . . .
In Indiana.
mandery general of the iSons of Amer- twenty-eight persons, including two tional seamen authorized to be enlisted
Bjre.Nal
»
n
in
the
navy
and
315
additional
deputy
officers, were killed and fifty were
Barley, Na 2
fa %» b*u
That National Union of Heavy Hard- ica convened at SlienAttdoah, Pa.
POBK—Mm
IS
S
O
W
t
t
l
S
collectors and revenue agents in the
ware Dealers began its annual meetMRS- WILLIAM BARTLET, of Harts- wounded.
LAKD—Steam......
« S?H® 6 93H
faffin LoalsvUle, Ky.
A DISPATCH from Odessa says thai internal revenue service to carry into Zt
horn, O. T., took a dose of arsenic and
of the Age.
KANSAS CTTT.
CATTLE—Texas tteen
13 00 @. 4 So
TUB percentages of the baseball clubs forced her 7-year-old daughter to swal- many people were drowned and im- effect the income tax law.
Stockere and Feeders....
3 00 <A 4 «»
b tfee Jiatiooal league for the week low a like quantity of the drug. Both mense damage to property done in (he The number cf salaries specifically HOGS
4 U & 4 80
SHKKP
SXEP $ 4 4*
governments of Keff and Tchernigoff increased is 119, at an annual cost of
oo the 20th were: Boston, 1.000; are deadOMAHA.
by
high
water
in
the
Dnieper.
1.000; Pittsburgh, .OT7;
Tax Minnesota legislature adjourned
$19,506. cad the number of salsrifis spe- CATTLK—Steet*.....
H S ft 5 7»
Qtieago, .9S7; New Tork S<JO; Brook- sine die.
TDR United States customs officials eiflcaUy reduced is w , at an annual
Stoelnr* Mid Feeders..... ( 9 » 4 00
O
&
U
4
«
«* 4«S
.W0; Baltimore, .500; Philadelphia,
THK total receipts from internal rev- at Montreal unearthed a gang* of cost of aiA,&?8, making-a net increase
jy
4 6.
Bt. LuoJs, .SSS; Louisville, .333; enue lor the nine months of the present smugglers who shipped Chinese across of SO in number and of tSi,177 in
Hat dtocovfjed m opt of our <
IS
Waaaingtoo, .000: Cleveland, .000.
fiscal year ended March 31 were flOO,- the border to Vancebord, Me., in per* amount, making a net total increase on
pasture weeds a remedy that cures tvciM
A TSAtx on the Philadelphia & &e«d- WKMrtS, the net increase being $1.M0,- forated coffins.
account of saistiesog ogees, new aud
kind of Humor, front the wont Scrofula
downtoa common Pimple.
railroad struck a wagon eoo tain- 163 wrer the preceding nine months.
Tare Russian government sent a note old, of •l,«4*,Sfti>
He Das tried it in over eleven htmdfaf
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Frank, aged
THE United States supreme court set to Japan intimating there were variooa
cases,
and never failed except in two case*
i and 6» respectively, near Richlnnd, May 6 for hearing arguments on the conditions to the treaty of peace be*
ENPCO IN DEATH.
(both
thunder
humor.) He has now in hit
., and both were instantly killed.
tween
Japan
ind
China
that
Russia
petition for a rehearing of the income
possession
over
two hundred certificates
feilAM
M
M
C
M
M
I
M
could not allow to be put into execuTaw Chicago T:tnen-Uerald and the tax question.
of
Its
value,
ail
within twenty mile* «C
•
•
«M* nt TACOOIM, WiMdi.
Chicago Evening Pout were purchased
In the Delaware conference of the A. tion.
Boston.
Send
postal
card for book.
TACOMA, Wash., April S&—The exby Mf. H. VL Kohlasst.
TUB Russian government has ex-perts
twtinini cf
M. E. church at Phibxdeiphia ttishop
A
benefit
is
always
experienced
from tha>
who
are
examining
the
books
of
W
THK forty-w?coo<i regular scwdon of Ruley decided that smoking is a «»in
pelled Mine. Modjeska, the well-known Paul Schulse, late general land agent
first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted
$
d£S^s.u5
the Wisconsin legL&laturc adjourned
to i s s <w won when the right quantity is taken.
THK Missouri legislature convened actress, from Warsaw, owing to a vio- of the Northern Pacific railway,
lent speech she made against Russia in have found that his defalcation
When the lungs are affected it easts*
in extra session at Jefferson City.
nsutt to
TUB first national bank of Ocala,
shooting
pains, Uke needles passing
FIRE in the manufacturing and Chicago.
amounts to over $500,000, instead
through
them;
the same with the Uver or
Fla., cloned it d<k>m.
Six
men
were
killed
and
several
wholesale house of Lanpher, Finch &
of a few thousand, as was at first sup*
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts bt*
LAKKSIUC, a summer resort on Pe- Skinner in HX. Paul resulted in a loss wounded at the village of Huatla,
The shortage, it Is said, m«y
Ing stopped, and always disappearstoft
waokec lake, about twenty miles east of 8125,000.
Mexico, by the collapse of an amphi- posed.
the TaeatraUSbls ears, A
even
reach
the
enormous
sum
of
8700,of Milwaukee, was destroyed by fire.
nifofwberc alt el«e B*II fattatf. week after taking It Read the label.
IT was reported that seven Polandent theater.
000. The embezzler, who was one of
If the stomach is foul or bilious It wi§
!f« attack o* Kercsrial
DciOK* a storm at Fort Worth, Tex., who were clearing land at Wild Rose,
vtiJsaV
PKZ£I:?KNT COBDEIBO, of Ecuador,
sad leas being nrollea cause squeamish feelings at first.
the
best
known
railroad
men
in
the
• portion of the roof of the tabernacle '\S'"i&., were cremated, by the burning ofhas resigned, the vice president taking country and an influential resident of to twta* tbeir Datorsl atw,
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
•xcnwUttojfwtiaa, Iapc*tnti»dx«d«ofdoUon
gave way and fell on part of an audi- their shanty.
his place.
without reUttf, but att«r taking s few bottle* of the best you can get, and enough of tL
Tacoma,
committed
suicide
a
few
days
ance of 10,000 listening to Evangelist
I improved rapidly sad a s Dose, one tablespoonful In water at bed*
FIRE destroyed the entire business
ago.
LATER.
now a wellroaa_complete*
Dwight Moody, liftj' persona being in* portion of Chester, Neb.
If cared. X can beuHlj time. Sold by aii Druceists.
THK Japanese government, replying
Disappointment
in
love
is
supposed
Jared.
ntXMiumad t% to any o n *
Louis BUDEXWITCH and Senor An*
MATTHEW CALLOWAV, a negro who tonio Ren, citizens of Argentina who to the note of the Russian government, to have had quite as much to do with
I wtm qfHcted wttk «*murdered Jim Walters (colored) at are making an overland trip for thei? intimating that a change is necessary Schulze's suicide as fear of disgrace.
Brooklyn Elected B.K.
£anta Fe in July last, was executed at government from Buenos Ayres to Chi- in various conditions in the treaty of On h is person was found a fare-well
torrtt \aH awnmm. Dmiof
peace, says no change can be made.
SWIFT STBCiriC CO. AtUata.<
to Marie Wainwright, the disColombia, Tenn. #
Otvumfktf October Ieotdd
cago, arrived at Little Rock, Ark., hav- FORK5T fires were raging in the vicin- letter
tinguished
actress.
JtxfX'S and Ernst Haefeliu and John ing walked the entire distance, 10,145
The Qr«at
It will be recalled that when, two
Miller were drowned in the Delaware miles. They left Buenos Ayres August ity of Phillips, Wis., doing immense
damage.
KIDNEY,
years ago, she announced her intention
liter at Philadelphia by the upsetting 7,1893.
A XEGBO who assaulted Mrs. Thomas of retiring from the stag«, Miss Wainof a boat.
LIVER A
THE carpet aud plush mills of James
A. SHIRLEY and James S. Azn- Dobson at Falls of SchuylkilL Pa,, were Gray was hunted down by a posse wrigbt was reported to be engaged to
BLADDER
JT.J.
EnffUsh capitalist*,
were closed indefinitely, throwing- 2,000 em- near Paeons, Tenn., and riddled with marry a prominent man in the west,
CORE.
bullets.
rhe
disastrous
termination
of
her
di1 south of Sao Antonio, Tex.
ployes out of work.
MBS. CHHISTISA Bordner. a^ed 105vorce proceedings put an end to this
HmtT WILLIAMS, of Uillkboro, Tex.,
THE New York assembly adopted a
killed his wife because she refused to resolution favoring the annexation of years and 6 months, died at Lewis- plan and she continued in her theatricBtaiaruunton. N.Y.
ton, I1L
al career.
get up and make breakfast and then Canada to the United States.
TKE safe of Noah Hertzler at Port
poisoned himself.
A POBE8T fire covering 6 square
LYNCHED IN ALA8AMA.
Axx persons using profane or vulgar miles and consuming valuable pine BtoyaL, Pa., was blown open and robbed
language on the streets of .MeKeesport, timber was raging near Lakewood, N. J. of stocks, bonds and cash amountingwtta Xturter
Pa., will be arrested by order of the INCOME tax returns in Alabama num- to about S35.000.
tb«
Bop«.
THE failure of Louis Schintz, real
atiayor.
bered 370, and it was believed the tax
Ala., April 23. InforEDDIK BALD, of Buffalo, rode a mile in the state would amount to butestate dealer at Appleton, Wis., made
roation
has
been
received {torn Bntler
many old and helpless persons paupers.
on a bicycle in San Jose, Cal., in 2:04,
Spring*
of
the
brutal
murder of Watts
reducing the world'* record a«f ull secTHE village of Perley, Wis., was A SCORE or more women and girl em- Murphy. He was a nephew of exployes were killed or fatally hurt and GOT. Watts, of Alabama, He was
ond.
nearly wiped out by fire.
.«T>00.000
in property was lost in afirein murdered last Wednesday by five
MAX ELSER, late city treasurer of
A siTATEMEvr s-hows that the total
Fort Worth, Tex., was charged with western packing for the winter season, W. C. McDonald's tobacco factory at negroes, who placed his body in
embezzling $U4,7M.
cr-.liing' March 1, was 7,191,000 hogs, an Montreal.
brush and set fire to the entire heap,
ZKB CALLSv, John Eattler, Mo*-;* ' acrease of 2,307,000 over the preceding OEOBGE CSKSCHWTLM, aged 32. wasthe body being' consumed. The younghanged at Columbus, O., for murdering man having* been missed from home,
De&ne »ud Martha and Klioe O.eene year.
(all colored) were lynched by a mob THE Methodist Episcopal bishops of hLs wif* on March 8, 1304.
search was beg-an tofindout his wheieAT Charlotte, X. C, the immense abouts, when one of the murderers
near Greenville, Ala., for the murder the entire world met in convention at
brick warehou!»e of Sanders A Black- confessed,
Of Watts Murphy.
four other
Carlisle, Pa.
wood was burned, the loss being S100,- negToes, all ofimplicating*
Tn* First national bank of Williwhom
were
arrested
and Alloorsfioes are equally satisfactory.
GEN. BALT.IXOTOX BOOTH, of the Sal000.
inantic. Conn., closed its doors.
heavily jru&rded.
vation Armj*, has renounced Queen
Ta*y gtv« the best val«« tor the s w e r .
FIRE destroyed the business portion
A-rrKB Berving- continuously in the Victoria and will become an American
Thry equal cuttom shoes ta ftyle awl fit.
MONTGOMERY,
Ala.,
April
23.—A
disof Minnewaukati, N. D.. the residence
Their wearing- qualities art unsurpassed.
Service of the United States for a period citizen.
be had
patch from Greenville has authentic in- The prices are vnlfortn,—stamped on sola.
portion
havinga
narrow
escape.
of forty-three years, Maj. Gen. AlexCORA MCCAMLEY SMITH, who pleaded
From $i to $3 taved over etber make*.
RO
formation
of
the
lynching
of
the
Hve
7
ROBKKT KOKD (colored), who shot and
ander McDowell McCook retires from guilty to poisoning her stepfather,
If your oeakr cannot supply yru we can.
IMI TSttK
negroe*
arrested
there.
Three
of
them
the army, the age of G4 years having Michael Smith, a year ago, was sen- killed Jerry Brown (colored), was were woaieo.
been reached.
tenced at Des Moines, la., to life im- hanged in the jailyard at Nashville,
Tenn.
TOM, visible supply of grain in the prisonment.
BonN Is ttm South.
United States on the 32d was: Wheat,
THE First national bank of Plain- THE attorney general, in answer to ATLANTA, Gs,, April 24.—A deal has
68,G36,000 bufchelfc; corn, II,529,000 bush- field, N. J., was robbed of $22,765 by the secretary of the navy, has decided been closed for the purchase of 100,000
that nominations to the naval academv acres of land for settlement of memels; oats, 6,242,000 bushels; rye, 167,000 burglars.
•
Perhaps you may think that Scott's Emulsion is
bushels; barley, Gl 1,000 bushels.
JF Justice Jackson of the supreme made by the members of the last con- bers of Indiana soldiers1 colony that - only useful to fatten babies, to round up the angles and
Tan Tennessee legislature adopted a court is in Washington May 6 the court gress after noon of March 4 last a*e of Gov. Korthen recently located in this
resolution declaring in favor of the free will vacate the income tax decision no effectstate. The colony is the largest ever make comely and attractive, lean and angular women,
coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1.
handed down April S and open the ABOUT 3,000,000 feet of pine 1 ana ber in organised in this country, jonsisting- of and fill out the hollow cheeks and stop the wasting of
the yard of F. 1J. Newton & Co. *t upward* of 40,000 persons.
TH« '•Virginia Fat Midget," a mu- c *# for reargument.
Cleveland was «le>;troj"ed by tire.
the consumptive, and enrich and vitalize the blood of
seum character, died at r*eru, Ind. Her
Will Bloekxde Xifaraft-cia's Port*.
BILL COOK, the notorious outlaw, and
name was Mrs. William Taylor and she
PERSONAL AND POLITICALLosr>ox, April 35.—At the foreign the scrofulous and anaemic persona. It will do all this
was 3 feet tall and weighed over 400
JOHN K. STEARXS, who, next to Neal twelve companions were lodged iu the
ofBce it is officially stated that the —but it will do more. It will cure a
pounds.
Dow, wan the most prominentfigurein Albany (X. Y.) penitentiary.
three British warships in the harbor of
ROBERT
OWES
shot
and
killed
his
wife
ALMOST the entire business portion the temperance movement
in the
Corinto, JS'icaraRTi;*. are there for the
and
Dr.
J.
F.
Simmons
at
Houston,
tA Duquesne borough, opposite Mc- United States, died in New York, aged
Tex., and th^n blew out his owopurpose of enforcing compliance with
Keesport, Pa., was destroyed by fire. 66 years.
the demands of Great Itritaia set forth when the ordinary cough syrups and specifics entirely
IT was announced that a strong and
JASIKSF. WILSON, ex-United States brains.
in
the Hritish ultimatmn.
REPORTS indicated a widespread disvigorous fight against the free and un- senator, died at his home in Fair-Held,
fail The cough that lingers after the Grip and Pneuposition
on
the
part
of
farmers
to
move
limited coinage of silver independent la., aged 65 years. Mr. Wilson was a
French Victory In
of international agreement is to be member of the Thirty-seventh, Thirty- to the south.
PABI*. April ?~>.—Dispatches from monia will be softened and cured by the balsamic healTHB
towns
of
Lytje,
Ben
ton
City
and
atade by the administration at Wash- eigrhth, Thirty-ninth and Fortieth conMadajraAcar Miy that on April Z the ing and strengthening influences of this beneficent
ington.
gresses and was senator from Decem Castroville, Tex, were devastated by a Hova camp at Mi&dana wan captured food-mediciue, namely, Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver
hailstorm, houses being riddled like a by the French. The native loss was
SAM ?»OLA*, a ^-year-old boy at Fort ber 4. 1S83, to March 3, 1896.
sieve,
and the cotton and corn crops i00 killed and many more wounded. Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda.
Worth, Tex.f committed suicide by
GEN. B. M. STKVENWN, ex-adjutant
Viewing cat his brains with a shotgun general of Colorado and publisher of completely ruined. The loss was es- No Frenchmen were killed and only
He/use substitutes. They art never as good.
his mother teased him.
tarec WAI'S wounded.
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A GREAT COUGH REMEDY.
Hard, Stubborn Cough
»
averred tbat a l e * * term <rf yearsfee•
military prison was the punishment he
richly deserved. His words bore little
weight, however, for the young lieutenant \itu\ become nvtst thoroughly
disliked by every officer in the garrip
•on. While there was no outward demonstration to establish the fact, there
was not one of them but secretly rejoiced that he had been so promptly
chastised for his unofficerl&e conduct.
And what of Alice? That young lady
acted in a most remarkable manner
when the details of the affair reached
her. ears through Mrs. Colby. She did
not turn pale and weep and wring her
hands in inconsolable anguish ia the
conventional way. Not she. A p e a t
smile of satisfaction spread over her
pretty face, a glad look increased the
usual brightness of her. eyes, and she
poured out the pent-up fervor of her
soul in giving emphasis to the one
word:
"Goodr
She thought not then of rank or station nor of any punishment that her
friend might be called upon to endure,
but only saw a righteous blow struck
at insolence and insult by the strong
arm of manhood.
It was not at all unusual for the commanding officer's daughter to send some
of the surplus from her own* table
to soldiers who might be confined in
the guardhouse, and when the orderly
from headquarters brought a platter of
eatables to the sergeant of the guard
and said it was for Private Brown of B
troop, it was passed in to the prisoner
without a questioning word. With the
fOorrxiaa*. MM. mr van
belief that some "sympathizing comSunshine, «U frothy bosh.*
rade had sent the viands from the troop
mestffoom be set it aside until he should
C93APTXB V.—Covrcaxnax
CHAPTER VIL
feel hungry, and when he at last unLieut. Vandever was industrious in
"Well, my child, yon must not for- acquiring a knowledge of horseman*
A number of the stable attendants covered the contents of the dtah and
get that yea have but his own unsup- ship, for a call to field duty might be who had witnessed the altercation ran noted that it contained pieces of pie
ported evidence «a to the truth of his made at any moment in the then un- to the spot and assisted the officer to and cake and other dtdkmcie* not to be
story. Were yon my daughter I would settled state of the Indians. In his dai- rise. His nose was bleeding profusely
eertainly advise you. to not place too ly rides about the post and down from the blow, and in obedknet to his
implicit confidence in the truth of what tiie river he frequently met Hiss command a guard was summoned and
Ja* told yen. He may be, as your fa- Sanford and sometimes rode be- Brown was marched away to the guard
ther hinted, a fugitive from Justice. side her. Her treatment of him was house
The criminal element, you know, dear, always polite, yet she maintained toSeatedona bunk in a gloomy cell his
Is not drawn entirely from the lower ward him B» air of modest reserve anger cooled and he awoke to a realatimtasof society. It is not wrong, I which warned him that any resump- izing sense of what he had done. In
Shink, far you to manifest an interest tion of foppish gallantry would meet civil life he would have been applauded
In U s artistic work, loving art as you with her disapproval. On several oc- far so promptly resenting an intendo, but you must not forget, my ehOd, casions he had passed by when herself tional insult, but in the army it was
that yon do not know him, and that he and Private Brown were sitting to- different Violence offered by a pri9s but a soldier in the ranks sad far gether, bending over a sketch or quiet- vate soldier to an officer is a meet
teneath you iz> social standing. Ton ly convening, and it shocked him to serious offense, and one whieh under
Lad best tell your father all you know see the daughter of the commander on army rules demands severe punish*
«f your new acquaintance, and I can terms of such tnming familiarity with ment While it is true that the officer's
yon that moaid Brown's story a mim in. the ranks. In **** estimation, conduct toward him was highly repreto be true no one would move
hensible and such as would lay hint
! promptly than CoL Sanford in en- the private soldiers were mere soulless liable to official investigation, that
deavoring to sever the bond of enlist- machines, which moved only at the of- fact dM not in the kast mitigate his
ment that he might be restored to hit ficial beck and cell, but puppets in ex- offense. Had he quietly submitted to
alted hands, and a lump of indignant
proper sphere of life,"
resentment stuck in his throat at the Vandever's abuse he would have been
"But you forget, Mrs. Colby, that he thought that the maiden could grant to justified in seeking redress in the
amtd he would not under any of-nsadera- a vulgar private the •sociability she de- proper official " quarter and Justice
would have been done him, but he had
nied him.
ened on* single day."
allowed
his anger to override his better found In the eulm**y department of
On one of his dsfly rides he overtook
"Is tould be done wJthewt consulting her In the river bottom just as she had judgment, and now he was in for it the soldier quarters, a glad smile spread
his wishes in the matter. If it should reined in her pony to make the ascent and must suffer the consequences.
orer kk «rsUrhOe troubled face, far he
tie brought to the notice of your rather of the steep hill leading to the fort.
What would Alice think cf him? knew it must have eome from Alice,
tfeat the young man Is not only Inflict' He politely saluted her by raising his Would she pass hasty judgment on his fiaiaing a slice of cake from the bottom
Ing upon himself really unmerited pun* cap, and the acknowledged the salute* act before seeking the details? Would of the dish he discovered that it had
Ishment for a mistake of hb youth, but tion with a bow and pleasant smfle.
she not now regard him as a quarrel- been concealing a folded piece of paIs by his action depriving the business
"It has been a beautiful afternoon some bully, and deem him unworthy per, and eagerly seizing H he ran to
world of a talent which would eontrib* for riding, MUs Sanford," be said.
of her friendship? The thought the dim light of the grated window
ute to Its progress, he would scoff at
"It has indeed, Mr. Vaudever. I troubled him, and as he paced beck and read these words:
the man's exaggerated ideas of penance think the New Mexico climate cannot and forth in the forbidding gloom of
~Y<ra would astv twaa ten a ifisa la my «jrw
aad lose no time in restoring him to his tie surpassed in loveliness in the whole the cell he was very miserable. His sad
yon acted otherwise. I sdmJn rou for iwproper station. May I be frank with world."
gratitude toward the girl for taking so aeaUnf as Insult fVMB «tt lacking la maaaooA.
you, my child, and tell you that in my
••A. S."
'The climate is all right, but the kindly an interest In him hod ripened
opinion Mr. Brown, or Mr. Thornton, society is open to severe criticism," he into a love which ceemed to consume
HU heart throbbed with delight, and
Is a very, very foolish young man. But, replied. "The native people are but him. Although no word indicative of he pressed tjKe precious missive to his
my dear girL, you don't know how your half civilized and the Americans are his new feeling toward her had ever lips again and again. Alice approved
Story has interest**! me. I wonder if it rough boors, and it doe* strike me as been breathed in her presence, he felt his action, and he did not now fear any
can be true? And to think he is in being somewhat severe that the ladies that she must instinctively know that punishment that might be for his ofCapt, Colby's troop, too. May I tell the and gentlemen of the array are com- he loved her, and her eyes had on more fenae. His one overshadowing fear
captain?"
pelled to exist amid such uncongenial than one occasion told him that her had vanished through the Iron grates
"Do you think it would oeright,Mrs. surroundings"
friendship toward him was gaining an ef his prison window as he read the
Colby? Mr. Thornton did not enjoin
"O, you are too hard on the people of intensity which might some day devel- blessed words traced by her beloved
secrecy—in fact, he said he had noth- the territory," she replied. "I have a op into a far more tender passion. In hand, and the sentinel at the door was
ing to conceal from the world, yet were number of valued friends among the his dreamy moments he had even dared astonished to hear him whistling a
his story known it might enforce upon good people of San Marcial, the town to picture a future wherein their mu- merry air.
[to x
aim a notoriety which would be dis- just above the fort, both native and tual love would light the path down
tasteful to him."
which
they
wandered
hand
in
hand,
American, and I have always found
•That is true, my dear, but really I them to be congenial, whole-souled, and now by one rash act he may have
THAT WICKED PARROT.
feel that his captain should know it. courteous neighbors. You will modify blighted the bud of affection which
That the Tflilh—«•<!
The commanding officer of a company your views of them when you come to was swelling toward bunting in her It Saw/ at Once
w
»
an
Onion Tblef.
can do many things to lighten the du- know them. Even were we cast away young heart—have blighted it so com"Baldhe&ded
people
are continually
ties of one of his men, you know. I a thousand miles from civilization, I pletely that even the sun of future vinbeing
made
the
butt
of
other people's
dication
might
fail
to
warm
it
into
life
think I will tell him under a pledge of am sure we could be a happy comjokes,** remarked a Chicago man resecrecy. Even Brown must not know munity. We are a little world in our- again.
cently, as he mopped the perspiration
that his captain has heard of him.**
selves, Mr. Vandever."
In the midst of his gloomy reflections from his pate, which was as devoid of
"Very well. You can tell Capt Cos"A rather insignificant world, "he re- the heavy cell door swung open, and hair as a billiard baU. "It is not often,
by and I will tell papa all I know of plied. "You east minuet enumerate its Capt Colby entered.
though, that you hear of a parrot takMr. Brown."
population on your fingers. A dozen
"Brown," he said, "what was the ing adv&ntage of our misfortune and
"What a delicious secret we fourwill or so cheers, and half as many ladies. trouble between yourself and Lieut setting us up an object of ridicule.
hav4 to. ditenss between ounelres,
"And several hundred
she Vandever?"
Such a thing happened to me a few
and how doubly delicious if it prove added.
'•Captain, I have been guilty of a weeks ago, and I will tell you how it
true that Private Brown is really Mr.
"O, the soldiers cut no
in our most serious offense, and in the light of was. An old college chum of mine reEdward Thornton aad a gentleman world, save as slaves to do
Mddiog. calm reflection I do most deeply regret ceived a parrot as one of his wedding
In every way our equal in life. But a The riff-ratf «A the land
not be it. I was grossly insulted, sir, and in presents, and both he and his wife are
word of motherly caotbnv, caDd. You
my rage I lost sight of the officer and greatly attached to the bird. Hs is In
must not permit your girlish enthusisaw only the man who was heaping in- the habit of getting out of his cage and
asm to arouse in your young heart a
dignities upon me. My position as a roaming over the house at his own
feeling of aught but simple friendship
soldier was forgotten, and I resented sweet wilL One day the cook caught
aad sympathy for Private Brown."
the insult as I would have done in civil Polly in the act of pulling some
A slight bluish mantled the cheeks of
life—as any gentleman would have pickled onions from a jar that stood on
the young girl at these parting words.
done, sir."
the kitchen table; she was so angry
After sha had gome Mrs, Colby sank
"Will you tell me without any reser- that sha threw a dipper of hot water she
into a chair and carefully weighed
vation or palliating coloring jest what had in her hand at him, some of which
every feature of the strange story, and
occurred between you?"
landed on top of his head, aad the re•was yet deeply engrossed in thought
Brown related all the details in a salt was that a tuft of feathers came
when the captain entered.
truthful manner. While he felt that off and he was a baldheadcd parrot
'HJeorjre," she said to him, "do you
in the eyes of anyone possessing a forevennore. Months after this occurknow anything of Private Brown of
sense of justice his blow wocld went rence I called at the home of my friend
your troop?"
justifiable, he admitted that he had to spend the evening. The parrot's
••Bro-.vn? Yes. Ho has several
been guilty of a serious infraction of cage hung up in the hall in such a positimes attracted my attention. lie is a
army law, and averred that he would tion that he could command a view of
splendid yoting soldier, 1 believe, alhumbly submit to any piiiishme nt a the front door. As I stepped inside the
ways unusually neat in personal ap! court-martial might indict upon him. door and rensoved my hat, displaying
pearance, and at times when he has
"I am sorry this occurred, Brov/n, my extensive bald pate, Polly at once
been on duty as orderly at my quarvery sorry. Your conduct ever since cried out in the plainest tones:
ters I have noted his intelligent lanyou joined my troop has been mo&t ex" 'Ila, ha, so you have been at the
guage and gentlemanly bearing. He
emplary, <ia<l I hare hoped to scon be pickled onlon3, too, havt you?"—St.
ZSTOURAXCS COULD STAXD mo
distiDijtiishcd himself in a noticeable
able to offer you promotion. I fear Louis Globe-Democrat.
MODE.
manner in several of our brushes with
that this matter will go hard with you..
the Apaches last winter, and i have mentioned in the same breath with la- Col. San ford U a most severe disciColorado Cliff
frhr. lusted for promotion when there is dles and geatlemen. I sometime* plinarian, and an assault by a private
The most wonderful cliff dwellings
• vacancy. Why do yon ask, my dear?" think it debases a gentleman to be soldier upon a comau-ssioncrl officer In the United States are those of the
1
will assume most grievous proportions Mancos, in a southern Colorado canyon.
**I have a very remarkable story to obliged to com^uuid such fellows. '
Her face flushed with anger, and in his eyes. Ue will insist upon your Some of these caves are three to six
tell yon.tieorge, if you will promise
me that you will never divulge it with- •nmbif her clear blue eyes full upon trial by court-martial, and his views hundred feet from the bottom of the.
on this question are so well kn>>wn to perpendicular sider of the canyon wall
out my permiaav^o, not even to Brown his face she replied ia biting words:
the officers of the post that those who and how theii-occupants gained ingress
"Lieut.
Vandever,
clothes
and
rank
himself."
try you will, should you bo convicted, is a mystery.
do
not
make
the
man.
Indeed,
In
my
"Well, it must be a start! injjly imfeel that severe punishment rnv^t folown
experience,
I
have
known
the
portant secret. Will such a pledge to
low. I can only hope the palliating
gaudy
uniform
of
the
officer
to
cover
far
A Great Effort.
any manner conflict with my duty as
circumstances may bear due weight
less
manly
instincts
and
actions
than
I
Mrs.
Twickenham—I
met your moth*
an officer?"
with both the commander and the erjust now, Willie.
have
noted
beneath
the
plain
garb
of
"Not in the least, my dear, or I would
members of the court."
the private soldier."
Willie—Did she speak?
not exact it ff you."
1
Thoy
had
reached
the
summit
of
the
He
passed
out,
leaving
Brown
again
Mrs.
Twickenham—Of covse. Why
"Then I promise. I am all attention. '
tthculdn4t she?
She told the story a* Alice had re- hill, an^ touching the rein she gal* alone with bis bitter thoughts.
Lieut, Vandever lost no time In enWillie—She says that sovaetimes it*>
lated it to her, and the captain's eyes loped unceremoniously away, leaving
deavoring
to poison the »lo«ls of his as much as she can do.—Brooklyn Life)
him
Mtittg
his
lips
in
confusion.
opened vide with astonishment.
"By Jove, wile, I am inclined to fee- Ho rode tn the stable and, dismount- brother oncers against hit assailant.
T i t man who seeks happiness must
Ueve the man has told the truth. I ing, threw ia rem to an attendant He pictured him a* a brew ny bally of
have never aad oceadrai to give h t e and started to bis Quarters b: a far * pugnacious natsre, and loudly learn ^ take asort steps.
j e t IK the t%Bt of tab tevefetiea 1 can
t e w l l many of his actions whieh go to
Tbat taj dread eta«on a httmaa sc«L
6 l j , *5
corroborate what yon have told me. t
WteiMn
must keep my eyes on him tn future."
Or povs* dots fix tax stera cootaolf
Alice went at once to her father and
As fntali Is. the salvx set.
related to him the story Brown had
An fern* winxafht Into metal1* elaapt
to told easnared ia tnm n*vtold her. The old man at first evinced
So *i» *» bold within thyfiaapl
eo&skierabie interest in the recital, but
at its conclusion said:
May we not do, snail we not dan.
If thy command doth say us ssyf
"iJJnonsense.Sunshine.allbosh. You
Snail life sink aimless la despair,
must not place any credence in the wild
Waea tnoa dost moek the prayer* we pnf f
cock and bull stories toe soldiers tell.
Ait t*An relentless? Far beyond
Look after the sick men in the hospital,
Thy mftnaoe. rises dauntless will,
child,
aad let the well ones take care of
Wfcteb dares to break thy mthlen DQBA,
themselves."
Aad nobler destiny fulfil!
"Did I do wrong, papa-, in listening
A craven he, who own* thy thrall.
to
him and showing my interest in his
And yields nls life to thy dictate
work?"
Who hears and heeds diviner call,
E« U the muMr of his fatet
"My ..little Sunshine could not do
wrong.
If this man has interested you
The sea that bars os from the shot*
with
his
skill
with the pencil X am
Itself stall bear us acJtly there,
glad of i t Your life ia cast amid very
The winds, contentious, waft us o'«r
Wild waters to a haven fair;
sober surroundings, little one, and any*
thing
that affords yon pleasure and
adverse
And e'en from efaw
helps
you
to while away the dull hours
The earnest, fsit&fai soul may wrest
True victory, and from her curse
has my full approval. If a big, honestWin putkmco tost snailraalcahim blast!
eyed Newfoundland dog should come
—Zitella Cooka, la YoutVs Companion to you for recognition it would be no
wrong for you to pat him on the shaggy head and call him pet names. U a
private soldier interests you and possesses intelligence enough to treat you
as becomes TOUT station in the world
above him, amuse yourself with him all
i SJ
^ W V
yon desire. Even listen to their fairy
stories if you wish. Soldiers love to
I "* 7 ah*
boast of what they might have been
had they not been crowded into the
army by some remarkable circumstances. Their romances are all bosh,
ef mind. 4 » he
hastily turned*corner of the stables
he ran into Private Brown, who was
hastening thither on some errand. The
shock threw the lieutenant to the
ground, and instantly recognizing in
the soldier the man in whose company
he had often seen Alice Sanford, his
rage was great. Springing to his feet
fee hoarsely shouted:
"What do you mean, sir? How dare
you run against me In that manner?"
Brown respectfully saluted him and
replied:
"I beg your pardon, sir. You turned
the corner to such haste that you ran
into Mme before I could get out of your
way.
"You lie, sir, when you «*»y / ran
into you. It was your damnable eare*
l&ssness that caused the collision. I
am not sure that you did not purpose*
ly run against me."
Brown's blood boiled at the epithet
applied to him, and the expression ef
anger on his face increased the omcer'B
rage.
"Lieutenant, your words are harsh
ones even for a superior to use toward
an inferior in rank. I am not a liar,
sir, and my manhood revolts when
such a term is applied to me when lam
powerless to resent it."
"Don't you dare talk back to me, you
scoundreL! How dare you hint at resentment to y^or superior officer, you
menial t*u r y n j
Human eisKrance could stand no
more. Brown's face paled with righteous rage, and, losing all control of his
temper, he sent a well-directed blow
into the lieutenant s face, knocking him
fromh» feet
MICHIGAN LEGISLATURE,
Mich.. April MX-Tb* Jewell MH
f the maximum rate or faro to be
ehaaged t>? tae Mickifan Central Baiiway
company to two ctaui per mite waa reported la
too senate Friday without recommendation.
Ta« bill maki&f U s mlademeatior to ftauduleatly aae union labels was paued by tae aeaT*A*«IJH). Idea., April M.—The waste os
Tuesday passed s bill proridlaf for a state'
iDAdieiti board, coafttola? of tour regular payalelaa*. two hacpeopalaic, two eclectic and
eae payslo-medloal. to constitute a board pi
registration for tke regulation of toe practice
ofmedietse.. The Katon apportionment bill,
the first of a aeries of measure* for dirldl&f
tae state Into twelte coa«T«**icaal dUtricU,
waa kilted ia tb« aectate.
U i u a o , Mich., April A—The aenate
Wednesday algfet by a anaaimoos TOte dis*
po«ed of the IIQUOT tax question by pasting to*
bill which r.isae.1 the house two w«eks
ago, fixing the uaifona tax at W»- A determined effort was nude to make tae tax
payable July 1 instead of May I, aad also to w
cure coaee&aiotu which would permit saloons
to be kept open on secular holidays, but they
were unxueceasfuL
LAK&raa. Mich., April 44—The senate on
Thursday in committee of the whole agreed to
the Bially health bill, repealing the present
law and providing for the appointment of a
new board of six members, of which the gov*
ernor shall be a member ex officio. The
committee also agreed to the Foote deer
bill, making the open season from November
1 to 25 inclusive and limiting to lire the number of deer each hunter may Idli in one season. The senate agreed to a bill establishing
the Mackizutc Island park commission aad
making an appropriation of №,000 therefor;
also to a blU for the erection or purchase of as
executive mansion.
The fSOO uniform liquor tax. which passed
the senate Wednesday night, was signoC by
the governor Thursday aad will become a law
in May.
Mich^ AprU m—The boose eomoa state affairs on Friday, made
a favorable -report ea the Jamleson bill
repeaufi? the law of 1847 which permits Roman
Catholic Mshops to hoM real estate la trust
Tae bill passed the Maaae tart week.
I+AXsutG, Mien.. April 14-The boos*
psaaed the senate municipal commission char*
ter bill ior fourth-clara cities, under which
about flfty-Shrec. -cities become incorporated
by passive eooi.iat January t, 1&M, unless
they previous!* decide to the contrary by
vote. Tae Bedtern pore food bill was agreed
to la committee of the whole after striking on*
the moat imports** provision, which prohibited the coloring of oleomargarine ot buttertne. An amendment was adopwd earlyftathe
tfwraMion to «h* effect practically that it
cosld be colored with say substance not ia»
jwrtoustoheatUL
LAJWUKJ. auca.. April A—The boose oft
Wednesday agreed to a joint rasoltrtfcn tubwittis* to tae people In November, tttt, the
proposition requiring all elector* to be sola to
write their names aad to read tltc coastttttOott
ef the state la the Rsglfeh language. The
•Ottmlttee os education reported favorably a
hill for free text hooka U public seboeta
LjkMtma, Mica., April a*-The fcmco oa
Thsnday for «tw aeeowt t t m defeated the
bill repealing the mortgage law cf MM oa On*l
MICHIGAN STATE NEWS.
.State Pabllc ttefcooL
There are at present in the state public school at Coldwater m children, of
whicn number SI are colored and 47
are gir's. Their ages range from 2%
to 17 years. Daring the past three
months 59 children have been placed
in comfortable homes in different parts
of the state. A notable feature just as
present is a company of jubilee singers
composed of sixteen of the colored
lads, and -their singing ia pronounced
wonderful There has been but-one
death in about three years, which fact
Is remarkable "when the number of
children is considered.
Cuitad State* J l s * B*raa*4.
The Women's Belief Corps recently
decided to rresent Amsriean flags to
all public school rooms in Sagiaaw,
and included the German Lutheran
school of the Sacred Heart. Following the-presentation it- was arranged thc>
school children should take a pledge to
the flag, embracing the words: "One
country, one language and one flag."
B. EL Bichter, the superintendent of
the German school, refused to accept
the flag, owing* to the words "one
language."
Health ia Michigan,
During the week ended April 14
reports sent in by fifty observers fax
various portions of the state to the
state board of health indicated that
pleuritis increased and ^nfturamsH-fHi
of the bowels decreased in area of prevalence. Consumption was reported at
148 places, typhoid fever at eleven,
diphtheric at twenty-seven-^eariet fever at thirty-five, measles* at seven?*
teen and smallpox at Detroit and Grand
BapidsThe supreme court has denied a man*
damns to compel State Treasurer WHkinson to return a 9400 franchise fee.
paid last year under protest by the
Moline Flow company of Koline t HL
The court holds thai the franchise-fee
act of 1891, as amended in 1908, Is not
In contravention of the provision of the
federal constitution conferring upon
congress the power to regulate inter*
state commerce.
Fra>«r mm * Cwcw tor at. v n
P. Tousaant, of Mesomiaec, an d d
soldier who had had St. Vitus* dance
for eight years, making him unable towalk or talk, and who waa pronounced
, incurable, has been restored to<
< plete health almost instantly, aadi
wed aad tke MU tabled it ta not likely to pass, \ now talk and walk as well as befom
Th« beoMslvo killed a MU for tt
hk afekuess. He claims he
aunt of a state normal scaooi a* M o w
by the prayers of sisters of
sat.
.
. '
Tl»e cure fa well vwsehed for.
WORK OF TRAIN
WRECKERS.
Wlyar
'-*'
Vail wy JnMwwt CnasMSh
NILE*, Mich., April Sa. — Two attempts were made Tuesday night near
Benton Harbor to wreck the Big
Four train known as the "Court
House Flyer." The first attempt
was made
5
miles south of
Itontgm Harbor, where the train
struek a dummy-car which had been
placed on the track. The car was d«moli&hed and the front end of the
engine damaged. Two miles further,
while moving at a slow rate,, the train
struck a pile of ties and was delayed
two hoars. This hu<t accident occurred
at what is known a» the Sod us curve,
the most dangerous part of the road,
and had the train been running at the
regular speed, a frightful accident
would have been toe result, with possibly a great loss of life. There is no
clew to the perpetrators.
CARLISLE'S PLANS.
Tave Secretary Will Twav Fart In the Seatacky Ciu»p*l|m.
WASHIXGTOX, April 26.—Various announcements have been made in Kentucky and elsewhere that Secretary
Carlisle will participate in the Kentncky campaign. It is stated by Mr.
Van Senden, the private secretary to
Secretary Carlisle, that he will participate in the campaign, but not
until after the state convention, which
will be held the latter part of June,
The secretary may, however, see fit to
exercise his influence in a quiet way
before the convention meets, and close
friends are not at all convinced that
the secretary may' not be induced to
speak in the campaign before the meet*
ing of the state convention.
ELECTRIC RAILWAY PROJECT.
Flan to Connect Chicago with lad but*
and XichlfiM Folnts.
LA POBTE, IndM April 23.—Chicago
capitalists are interested ib a pigaatic
project to connect Indiana and Michigan cities with Chicago by an electric
railway. The road is projected to
start from Elkhart and run to Valparaiso, where it will join the
line to be built by Indiana capitalist*
to bring Valparaiso, Hobart and Ham
xnond into closer communication with
Chicago, the terminal point. An electric line from South Bend vo ^iles is to
be built this year, and another from
South Bendto Mishawaka is now under
construction. The power will be. obtained from the St. Joseph iiver.
Madeline Pollard to (to Abroad.
April 2ft.—Madeline Pollard, complainant ic the famous* breach
of promise suit against ex -Congressman
W. C P. lireckenridge, will sail for Europe Saturday on La Champagne, und
for the nest four years will be the
traveling companion of a wealthy and
charitable woman who has taken an interest in her csaa.
NEW YORK,
GREAT MEN'S READING.
COTTPEB read only his Bible and his
pirryer Vtc'k.
HALLAM said that Livy was the mod*
el historian.
Cnopix rarely read anything heavier
than a French noveL
AUBSR hated reading, and never r%ad
save under compulsion.
CJSIA* ROBOT A had a library of works
relating mostly to art.
TiTXAjr read his prayer book and the
Metamorphoses of- Ovid,
VOX.T*JKC*S favortt* classical author
Juvcaa),
Mrs. Eaniee WOUMne, sister of Haw
than Douglas, whom George W. King
and his aunt, Douglas'foensmer wife, ara
accused of poisoning, began proceedings at Muskegou to regain p i r s iiom
of the farm which Douglas had wttktd
to his wife. The property was orifriaally willed to Mrs. William*, who was
her brother's housekeeper previous t o
his marriage.
The official canvass of the vote
at the recent special election in the
Third congressional district to elect
a successor to Congressman Burrows
(rives Alfred Milnes, (rep.), a total of
lti.167 vote&; Albert M. Todd, democrat,
prohibition aad free silver, 14,851;
Patrick H. Gilkcy, (dem,), 242. Milne's
plurality was 1,316.
Willie Bellamy, aged 10, son of
George Bellamy, of Detroit, was reported to be missing from Toledo, O.,
where he was visiting. He was said to
have been kidnaped.
Will Macard wax sentenced at Grand
Bapids to fifteen years for perjury. He
gave false testimony iu the trial of his
brother, Charles Macard, for murder in
an effort to establish an alibi
Bois Blanc Island has been made»
township by itself instead of being attached to oae of the mainland townships.
The supreme court granted a new
trial to William C Liphardt, the exDetroit school inspector whose conviction for receiving & bribe and sentence
to five years in state prison caused a
sensation a few months ago.
Rev. Isaac Butterfield, one of the
oldest Baptist ministers in Michigan,
died at the home of his son, Roger W.
Butterfield, in Grand Bapids.
More than 100 French Canadians,
nearly all married men, have left
Houghton for Verner, Can., where
Father Paradis is founding a Catholic
colony of French Canadians from the
United States.
The sawmill of N&deau Bros, at Nadeau was totally destroyed by fire
Loss 320,000; partly insured.
Charles Ulrieh, employed at the Hancock chemical works at Dollar Bay,was
arrested charged with blowing np the
works and causing- the death of Dorninick Christiana on March 15.
At Hillsdale Mrs. Laura Barleson
was given a judgment against the village of Reading for §1,(500 for injuries
sustained by falling upon a defective
walk.
A thousand persons witnessed the
launching of the monster steel freighter James J. Me Williams* of Buffalo, at
Wlieeler's shipyard sn Bay City. The
boat is ?.(*) feet long, all steel, and one
of the finest at her class afloat
The annual meeting of the Michigan
Republican-Newspaper association ill
be held at Hastings, May 16 and 17.
GOT. Rich issued a proclamation n
ing Friday, May 3, as Arbor day in
Michigan.
The Marquctte telephone exchange
was VrnrneU out by a cross with a trolley wire.
,
Mrs. W. Brig?*, of Slielbyviile, was
taken to the insane asylum. Tier mind
was weakening, and recently she
eluded her friends and walked $0 miles
before being overtaken.
Coldwater's Young Women'&Christiaa
association baa 130 members.
B, C Massman, of Milwaukee, Wia.,
has accepted the position of g e i w a i
i«eret*ry of the Y. M. C A. atClum*t.
iV#
day on badness.
;
Miss Lotta Moore, of Durand, was |
the guest of Miss Mabel Snyder,
Sunday,
f
Peter Persall and Dr. Shoemaker,
have ea jb commenced the erection of
a new dwelling house.
Robert Garney, who has the contract for the stone work of the new
Snyder & Jacobs block, commenced
operations *.ionday, Eugene Huntington, of Corunna, will superintend
the brick work.
36-inch all wool French
Special Low prices on ail
Byron.
Sergea, tobacco brown, 2
our Boya' Snite (2 piece.
Alfred Cocper and wife at Linden shades cardinal, 3 shades
Abort panto, 4 to 15 yeara)
over Sunday on account of the sick- bine, tans and black, 25c.
Special price* on boy's
Printed French FJan'J, 50c
suits are for Saturday,
ness of their neiee.
Silk' * wool Eudora Cloth,
May 4th only.
Mr. Jane Martin is the guest of dost proof, black only,
Hare you never heard of
mad* by B. Priestley *
E. B. Welch awl family this week.
the Stein Bloch Co.'s good
Co.—Our 81.74 quality at
clothes? Why do yon pay
Everything in the lioe of MEN'S aud
Misa Myrtle Dean has returned to $L39; 91,50 at 81.19; SJ-25
your
tailor 310 to 520 more
at
98c.
her home at Vassar.
than we charge for garBOYS' SUITS. HATS, CAPS and GENT'S
ments
th&t
are
of
the
highRoger
Havilaad
spent
Sunday
at
Cook! Not Sleep, Nervous
est grade and guaranteed
FURNISHING GOODS, at prices that are
his home at this place.
worth 31-75 at 81.39.
in make, in finish and the
Headaches.
E, B. Welch at Coruaua on Mon- i One piecefiguredgrey silk
other details by the makers
the lowest. My line of TRUNKS, UMGentlemen:—I have been taking
and
onrselyes? If you don't
!
and
wool
Marcellita
Cloth
your Restorative Nervine for the past
know na you ought to;
BRELLAS and VALISES is marked down
worth SS.OO at 81.50.
three months and I cannot say
Your neighbor does and he
•oougb. in its praise. It has
Kev. Currey has resigned his po- One piece 23 inch bl'k Gros
will tell you that our store
to close out. Doii't forget to look at my
is the favorite shopping
sitioa as paator of the Baptist church <**&*Silk' !*** * 1S S> 8$>c
Saved Hy Life,
tte
l
place because we always
i *^ P && -* inch bl'k GrOS
tor I had almost given up hope of in thie nlft/u*
line of suits a t $10.
give
the best values and rein
tms
place.
Grain
Silk,
wth
81.50,
$1.13
ever being well again. I was a
turn yojr money if t h e !
Mrs. Stella Dibble of "Sheperd the j One piece $4 inch bl'k Gros
ehronic sufferer from nervousness an J
clothes ^ B u o t right.
could not sleep. I was also troubled guest of her sister Mrs. J. D . Boyce. j ff»*in Silk wth^i.TS, 81.39
We havSfust received 50
with nervous headache, and had tried
Mr. John Southard and family j F^an£5?, wth^Lso^Lis
dozen Hen's white undoctors in vain, until I used your left for Harbor Springs, Tuesday ] One piece blk Aida, an elelaundered
Shirts, made
2fferrine. MRS. M. WOOD, singwood, tu. morning where they expect to spend j g»nt Stik. wth *L75, »1.S4
from a splendid cotton,
thesuinW
i Jetted Collars and Garnifine linen fronts, and
2.00,
2.30,
3.00,
3.50,
3.75
wristbands, assorted bostne summer.
{ tares at Si.oo, 1.50, 1.75,
oms
(single
lap, narrow and wide
and
3.94.
These
goods
are
all
new.
Miss Carrie Fisher, of Chvosso, in inst received and are excellent value.
double plait), French yoke, reinforced
ryiBe t* sold on a potftiva town last Saturday.
Venetian Point Collars at 75, 85 an 9Sc i front and back, patent continuous
^ 3 e a t h * t the first bottle will Iwoefit.
Mr. Fred Close who has been con- We have just received a big- line of j facings, split neck band so that toe
Lruglstssellitai,SU « bottles for tS,or
If you want a
flltemt
prepaid, on receipt of prk» fined to the bouse for some time on
Brussels Point, Applique, Guipure! collar button does not toavh the seek,
' Hedical Co,E&bsrtZad
and
Chantilly
Guipure
Laces
in
white,
j
made
first
class,
a
dollar
shirt
for
50c
account of sickness is able to be
ecra, cream and blaek. Also 25 pes j We also show a white unlaandereiS
about again.
Oriental Laces in white, ecru and j shirt-ifood
.
value a* the price—39c
Povertie Partie at Mrs. Emma
cream. 9 to 13 inches wide* worth Men's and boys' common str*w hats at
Look this over. We ite OUT own work aod e*» lire
Barnes' ResTerant, birob. may 3,} from 30 to 50c a yard, which we will! from 10 to ?5c.
on
the wages paid out by other dealers. Weemploy
TAKING EFFECT Friday Xite. A prize will be given
offer on Saturday afternooi\ May I Misses' and children's sailor bats a t
no sgeat?, 15 per eent nared otir customer* by this
4th, from 3 to 5 o'clock, at 23c a jard
from 13 to S5c.
alone. Our designes are new. We have h*d thirty
MAY 6. 1895.
to the mau an woman haria the We offer all our ii and 50c Swivel Silks BCen's aud boys' white Can toe braids
years1 expej^euce in the bRstaess aud know- h«w to
worst lookin rig. The admisSioU is
at 25c
at 39c
please our customers. We handle no inferior mar5 settee. The vittluls for etin will Barstaw spool cotton, as good as the Yeddo straws a t 50c.
ble or graait. bat will seli you the best at r«aso«able
sum
price*. f ^ T . . »
best, 3c per spool. (By sending 24 Canton and M&ckinac straw bats, plain
be 3 sence; Eum and hav
and fancy braidn. 50c
Barstow
labels
to
the
manofaeturers
phun.
"
of the Barstow thread you will r«s- Maekinac and Canton Htraw hata, plain
*V Hawthorne^
aad fancy braids, 75c.
ceive S solid sllTer tbJaable.
9m. COTWUBS Ave,.
Fine Canton and Maekioac straw hats.
Mr. Fred Brandt, has got a new Pear's toilet soap at 10c.
plain and fancy braids* vemtilated
Kirk's
Florida
water,
9-ot
bottles
39c
barn up, and Willis Baker is painttops and also open work top* at 91.00
Roberts' Baxor steel shears at just %
ing it.
"Thread
Braid" Canton strww hats,
regular prices.
very
fine
braid, at SI.SO.
Kayaer**
patent
"Finger
Tipped
silk
Win. Saxton, of Clk>, visited relamhnukeeJet
We bar* an immense stock of aea's,
gloves)
every
pair
warranted
s
o
t
to
tives in this place last week. He
boys', Ifisaes' and Children's new
wear out at the finger ends, »» 50c
fttrttae
had not seen his two brothers, Fred Beady made g i s g t e n »proas at 19c
caps »t frotoi 2Se to 9L40 esfib.
and John Saxton, for nearly thirty We have 9 L*die« Jackete (emrrteA over One ea*e men's manual (ffiey) balbriggan UBtNtrwear at SSe.
from last fexr) for faring wear; t h e j
Vests;
cost us from95 toflS. Prices t o c t o e SO down men's t*tt s a d black
Mr. Joseph Monroe, of Owosso,
15e m pair or f ywb* for
them cut iv,nge tnm 50c to 8J f0.
called on his brother, Isaa*; on list
Saturday evttAng, M*y 4, we wHl offer tS
n* bUek aoek* at ft
Tuesday.
J. Lawcock and wife called at the
county neat last Friday.
Mr. Jobs Baxter caltod on his old
iMperte lav Uaftsd State*. It H & Natiosal
Atv«tttr-»ai*J«ifaaltl»m»l«MUaff
neighbors last Tuesday,
Beubeo Frasier has retained hoase
from Oakley.
Department ba» nonverMr in the country. Sep«««s»4epartiMBjta tortk*
Mr. Ed. Davenport, of New Ha"Our ToancFolkc" Attd "Scienoe and MMatmW*." Its " B o n e
ven, called on friends in this placelast Sunday.
WE ABE NOW READY WITH OUR SPRING GOODS AXD CA3C
It* general fMtUttosJ new*, edltortoi»an*<UwnisvliMM
Miss Rosa Lawcock is learning the
oomSHOW THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OFdressmaking trade near Darand.
yreattniTv, brUltant and exbauctive.
Will Harry and wife and Dick
A special «*>ntr»ct enables us to offer this splendid paper and the JOVVSXAL far
Baker aud wife called on Mr. Will
f
312; 10 45
U iUUi
l u n r i n n u i n w w iin
HBUn
335 11 00 Moyses last Sunday.
& Sons' Special Sale
ONE WEEK ONLY
Saturday, May i\h to Saturday, May lltb.
NEW GOODS,
NEW STYLES,
NEW PRICES.
AT
Chronic Nervousness
Dr. Miles' Nervine
BO NOT BE
BCGEIVCD.
Cures.
Monument, Marker or ablet,
Great Value for little money.
Weekly news ot the World for a trifle.
Ie Solicit Y№ Pitronige-OSBOWi
SOiS
owosso.
iejlew
j York
Tribune,
GUBBIE & CLUTTEBBUCK.
400! 11
TRAINING A PARROT.
APwt Alw*r«
As a household pet the parrot vrith.
Justice ranks a paramount favorite.
Possessed of brilliant plumage, endowed
with speech, he is gifted with Intel*
ligence and understanding almost fanButtet Car, StoepUiff Car Service. man. The parrot, properly cared fm\.
CM* •ays the New York Observer, lives from
PuUnuut
e a S ^ V
y. »v I* * " X ! J f fifty to one hundred years, and tints,
S S l r and buffet cuvGraod Haven to Detroit;
with his increasing wisdom and reperJK». 18tawcawUre** attached.
ISo. Si k*t steeper toOnukd Baplds
toire of words, can be passed from
Westward Ko. 11 has chajr « r ,
father to son as a valuable heirloom.
That he dies young under the too JOTing care of his foolish masters, who in*
siat
upon overfeeding him, and exposB
JTNO. W:L0UI>,
Trav, P u s . Agt.
ing
him
to draughts and sudden changes
TraAc Manag«r.
of
atmosphere,
is but another reminder
J. M. J AMK9ON, Local Ajreat, Corunna
that the care of pete demand* intelligence as well as affection.
BMKsroft.
The African gray parrot and the
Bancroft masons returning from
Mexican
greeu are the two standard
Owosso, were first ones to discover fayorites. They are excellent talkers
the fire at Corunca on Saturday and whistlers, and learn to sing both
morning.
words and music of popular ballads.
James Fellows returned from De- The proper time for the instruction of
troit Saturday, where he has be*n parrots is the three hours immediately
following sunrise and the three before
taking a course iu vocal music.
sunset. They must be taught with the
F. M. VanTuyl has opened a gro- utmost patience by a constant repeticery store in his building recently j tion of the same phrase, and should be
rewarded by a bit of apple or fruit from
purchased from J. L. Babcock.
the mouth. The best work is done
Bancroft Lodge, F. & A. M. wasafter the bird's affection and confidence
represented at the school of instruc- are gained. Occasionally a bird will
tion at Owosso, Friday afternoon remain persistently dumb and stupid
and evening by it» officers and 33 for eight or even ten months, and then,
members—the largest delegation of to the surprise of its delighted teacher,
any of the Shiawassee county lodges. break out into speech and song, chuckling- with vicious delight at the merry
The K. of P. have accepted as ia- triik it has played.
litatioa of Rev. A. Metcalf to attend
Bleb, Bat Val£*r.
a service at the Congregational
What
must
be the training at home
•harch, Sunday morning, April 12th.
of
a
child
who
is so vulgar as to boast
They will attend in a body. Monof her father's wealth? Yet the New
day following is the 4th anniversary York Tribune publishes the following
•f the institution of Bancroft Lodge. as a true story of a Newport happening
last summer:
Lothrop.
"Xs your father a millionaire?"ftaida
member
of a child's dancing class to a
Caleb Kribs aud wife, of VerDon,
new pupiL
wet* the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ca"I am sure I don't know," answered
leb Lawson on Sunday.
the newcomer, "but I do not believe i t "
"Because," continued the first
Mrs. Lucinda Shaw, nee Kribs,
speaker, "if he is sot, you ought not to
-visited friends in town Sunday.
have joined the class; all of our lathers
Mr. and Mrs. Park visited friends are millionaires!"
in Flushing Sunday.
Win. Petty made a business trip
In Ledyfcrd, a small town in ConnecID Corunsa Monday.
ticut, is a house built prior to 1T10
Miss .Clara Hawley, who has been which bears the title of ti* "DbviT*
attending the state no>:nal stfnool, is house." A cars* is supposed to rest
friends at New Lothropt his upon It, and *n proof it Is pointed out
la the present eeotnry more than
We undef»7t*%3 that she in- thai bnadred
de&tics h*re ocean ed in
to teach the Bliss school.
tost of which, T7cx* tiatiat or BOPS
W. L. Colby was «t Owowo lint7 4Oi
80
90B
$25
If
I
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6 90
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Room 2, Tribune BuiMfug. New York City, and sample copy of tbe New York
Weekly Tribune will be mailed to you.
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atAEGINS.
WE AIIE HAVING MAXUFACTUKED FOR OUK SELVES A NEWCALF SHOE IN ALL STYLES ANT> WIDTH, AND IS KNOWN A S
THE-
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STORK,
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to all,
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opening of
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