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VOLUME 24.
CHELSEA, MIOH., THURSDAY. APR. 4, 1896.
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NUMBER 82,
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tart Monday was a Democratic ’day so
far as township officers were wncerfied,
hut the state ticket had .the .usual .Re­
publican majority iq this township,/,
Messrs. Scboaitmap, Ward and Hummel
are the only republicans elected on the
township ticket,
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The. following is the result:
township .
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Supervisor.;
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HiramXighthal d
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Mark A Dowry r
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Xew men’s all-wool suite ut from «5.00 to $7.00; were never sold for
Truman W Baldwin p ■
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Township Clerk.
|(stte^from*10)00t o 411.00. '•
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We wouldn’t exactly advise our customers to follow thisyoungm an’s ,
. J Edward McKune d ‘
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example,
lie is a little too eager to take.ad vantage of the8ituation,bwfc you ’
George A BeGoIe r
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New men's all-wool worsted, cheyiokand caasimere suits at $10.00:
certainly cannot do any bettor than to
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Alfred R Congdon p
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were never sold fore legs than $15.00 * .
Township Treasurer.
John SCmpmingad 29
.. Hen's new suits at $15.00. Matty of these suits are finer material and
August H Mensing r
2fl
miule suits than Were ever offered in Chelsea at any price, and not _
Prank E Stormsp“ - -• ■■■• • |
Highway
Commissioner._ .. oaesnit shown at this pricebas ever had Hs eqnai offerea at less than
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Michael Woekenhut d
82
From our NEW SPRING STOCK* We can show yotf every thing
J30.W>previonltO/this season. \
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Philip Schweiufurth r
2fl that is new and arfcistip in ceilings, side-wallBand borders, and guarantee
George W Boynton p— y ■' ■ - fi to match any price in this part of the county. v
- T------- jjgos*odd pants 33& per cent cheaper than former prices on the same Iustlce, full term.— —
Good white blanks 4 cents per rdll. !—
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289
Glimmers 6 cen tsyperrollr
EdwardA Ward r
290
Pretty gilts 6 cents per; roily
Horace Baldwin p
, 89
Lamp w icks lo per yard.
34 pounds brown sugar for
Justice, fill vacancy,
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Loreoh GJoyer d
269 All $1 patent medicines from 58c to 75c. Largo caus peaches for sauce, 10c per cstf:
8 lbs broken rice for 25c. .
J Daniel Schnaitman r
.805 A good tea dust at 8c per pound.
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Romeyn P Chase p
- 8 6 50 pouuds sulphur for $1.
Speoial m olasses sale, 16o perga!,
Mich cream cheesed2}£c per pound. - '
Al| colors, all styles, iff,foot the largest assortment of. Boys long panl BchooUnspcctor,
All 25c patent medicines from 12c to 28cl _
Joseph L Sibley d
~298 All 50c patent medicines ih>m28c to 88c, Strongest ammonia 8c per pint.
!iiiiti over Bhown in Chelsea. , Prices from $4,00 to $8.00. Age 1 l to 19.
Frank L Davidson r r
278 Our 19c coffee makes a rich, strong drink. A-b ourcuatomers ahontonr teas.
lUrgest sizesxwill tat a ematl size manr^ ’
'Nathaniel W^Laird p
89 Pure Epsom Halts 2o per lb,
A ll p ills and plasters 12oto 18b«
Member Board Review.
24 lbs granulated sugai' for $1.
Glauber salts 2o per lb.
Frank H Sweetlaod d
288 8 cans beet tomatoes for 25c,
Good cguned corn 5c per can.
Jacob Hummel4t_^ _
Ji92_ A Arst class lantern for 29cr
8pirits camphor 85c per plot.
John R Gates p
2 packages any yeast cakes forgo.
A good mince meat 5c per package. .
Constable.
9 sticks chicory for 10c.
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A cup of-besunustSKd for_6o^
Edward Chandler^
826 Pure saltpetre 7c per lb.
IVe have them, hundretla to 8ellect froip, aH the la test novelties for |
william R LebmaM
Choicest honey In combs 10c per lb.
800
4 lto California pram s jhr_20c.
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294^ ,
|tSiallchildren,fronrugo3to 7.
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PCrib.
Tinoture Arnica 30o nerpint,' :
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August Boos d
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4 ; We have childrens suite from $1.00 to $5.00, age. 4. to 15. Among
Tomatoes, standard quality, 75 per oan.
.Rush Greod r
289 n
Our tost molasses always please. Tty it.
Samuel Tfouton r
283
mare all wool suits for $2.50, never befofo sold fo r less than $3.50 to
5
oounds crackers for 2$si
Mortimei M Campbell r • - 292 j
214 lb can baked beans for tOo,
pM Come and get posted.
George -H Foster r
219 J
Highest market price for eggs. /
Morgan Emmett p
42
t r p .« r &
company:
iHDQtlSBTERS FOB
/ Spring ls almost here ami goon you will be house cleaning,' and will
^ Wall Finish, Paints, Brushes, Gasoline Stoves, Crockary dnd GlossWeFnrnitnre etc. And while we do not pretend that we ought to own
4ha trade of Chelsea and surrounding country, unless we give value
teceived*still if Om v U ous T m t a i a t to oil Our Custom er^ with com*
l^teatocks of the best class of goods money can buy, and at rock bottom
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will give us the,trade, then we are entitled to it, and we are in posit-
'oMoUkecareof you.
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------Bargains in all departments.
H o a g & H o lm e s .
OUR LA M EN T.
8ttoa?W f * 0ft Pem,n<1 U9*
Wrwwr J . ° i ,9n<>t *uhlime.
■ We miiJnu^J,0ver I* behind us,
'Y« must push it au the time.
On the shirts once new, now ragged.
And so old the're getting blue,
We must put a handsome polish, ,
And make them like new.
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Then let's all be np and doing,
Send youg shirts and collara here.
We will wash them, and construing,
Make them just like new appear.
Steam Laundry.
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S. A. MAPES» Prop.
iH l^ A R D N E R ,
D e s ig n e r a n d B u ild e r o f
W HUamPot Unger p
A lfredTaylor p
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Stephen Laird p
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Established 1808.
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Justice Supteme (Jourt.
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John W McGrath d
- - -Myron H Walker p r
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■ Robbins B,Taylor peo
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Regents of the University:/' ‘
. ( Roger W Butterfield i _ . . 288
288
1 Charles H Hackleyr
/ 221
j Charles J Pailthorp d
221
( Stratton D Brooks d
81
j Noah W Cheever p
81 Salt fish, Herring, per pound
( Delavan B Reed, p
4 cents
- 8 24 pounds-of granulated sugar----j George B Smith peo
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$ li0 0
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1 Varaum J Bowers peo
7 cents
OH per gallon
LK018LATIVE
10 cents
Large can baked beaus
State SenatorLantern globes
5 eents
Charles H Smith r
292 One-half bushel sock of salt, 28 lbs
20,cent8
219 Remember our 28 dent ceffeeru — j.1*.
John A McDougall d
82 5 pounds of crackers
Levi Decker p
25 cents
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Walter E Goold peo
Sardines per box — — --------5 cents
countv.
10 cents
Mustard sardines, large box,
Commissioner of Schools.
19 cents
A good coffee, per pound
874 Oysters per can
William W Wedemeyer r
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165 China nest eggs
' David A Hammond d '
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Joseph B Steere p
26 Golden Gottoltene per }K»und
10 cents
Amendment relative to Circuit Courts^* A fine baking powder per pound
20 cents
Don’t forget about oitr Crockery
Yes, 98. Novl74.
Amendment relative to salaries of State Lettuce, new on ions, radishes and spinach' this week.
Large cup mustard
S cents
Officers—Yesr65. No, 278..
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10 cents ;-■•/:
1 pint fruit^ can. mustard.
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15 cents
Large brrwh jug mustard
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25 cents
Richardson butter color
Following am the letters remaining un
F1QHP-—Chelsea fllOur,5Ann Arbor Patent, Jackclaimed in the postofflee at Chelsea son Gem, Golden corn ineal for table use, and Graham
April 2, 1895
flour, flue quality.
A. M. Hino.
Mr. Croppel.
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N. S. Freeman.
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iriag ia yoMButtoi & Eggs
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Pewons calling for any of the abovo
please say “ advertised,"
Gko. 8. Laird P. M.
Bring in your
Butter and Eggs.
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It Is Always Cheaper
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To pay a reasonable charge to the man who knows how and has the
facilities
to do wlmt you want, than to expend many times, that. ainouql.
Will soli my safety bicycle ‘^strictly high
for the painful experience thjifc always foljows the employment of one who
grade" for $50 If taken at once.
Titos. J. SruER. does not^ from luck of experience, facilities, nml the many other require
ments necessary to successful REPAIRING^
This Applies Also
' To the purchase of Jewelry, Watches. Clock?, Etc .' and thevhirge
it the best remedy I ever used". number of other, articles in the jeweler's line, bn all oi which wc guarantee
rnam?1*^ .^ ^ lu r g c quantities of.all the various grntiits' In the consider
For
Dyspepsia,
Liver or Kidney trouble it/ the best quality at lowest prices.
IW’P ^ d to execute flne monumentnl workmen short notice.
St ft1®?8'*. tJorrespoildonco Solicited. Electrio Works 0, 8, 10 excels. Price 75 eta. Sold by Armstrong
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( ^»ana 17-ip 8th Ave. J)ock <uui Derrick 2-8 Miller Aye.
L. & A. E. WIN ANS, Chelsea.
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Mrs. T. S Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn. /
, Wlpo, e Detroit St., Ann Arbor, Mloh.
says “Shiloh,* Vitallscr savetl my life. I
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T h e question o f rem oving th e capi*
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. M r& F rank Aknis perished in h e r
ta l of M innesota from fit. P aul to Min­
T l I F H l T F I S F , A H F l i A L I ) I b urning home ©ear Fentpn, Mich,
iH £ ,L U l.l.i5 .& i\ J lL .fi.A liU . I THKSm o ( Mal00lm i W.!,rb»ry. neapolis w as decided in favor of St,
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o f Chicago, w hich did an extensive Paul.
A* AtUSONi Editor m i Proprietor.
“ W ith p leasu re I w ill state that 1
T
ub boiler In a saw m ill a t E ast Leon, In d icate a s surely a® hhT physical
bucket-shop business ia Illinois, Mtsr
Hood’s
S arsap arilla h a s helped me won'j
blew RP» H. J . Ingersoll, th e own­ sym ptom shows anything, th a t th e o r­
MICHIGAN, souri, Nebraska and Iowa* tailed tor 0er,„ and
CHELSKA,
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derfully. F o r several m onths I coawl
his uncle, Ponziel Ingersoll,
g an s an d tissues of th e body aye *^ot
$100,000.
n o t lie down to sleep o n account oil
w
ere
in
sta
n
tly
killed.^
Statistics show th a t 873 railro ad
satisfied w ith th e ir nourishm ent.
h e a rt tro u b le a n d also
M
com panies in th is co u n try are now
T hey d raw vth e ir sustenance from
PER8QNAU ANP POLITICAL
Prostration o f tho Nerves,
building, or contem plating doing so .. W illiam Sweeney , a 70*year-old th e blood, and if th e blood is th in , im­
F o r th ree y e ars I h a d been d o c to r^ I
w ealthy resid en t o f Fairland, I. T,, pure o r insufficient, they are in a sta te
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of
a
reservoir
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u t could n o t g e t cured. I received red
Compiled FromLate Dispatcher
w as m arried to Miss Zeua Taylor, a
New castle, Col., several bridges w ere 16-year-old g irl o l S o u t Invest City, Mo. of-revolt. T heir complaints a re m ade lief for a w hile, b u t n o t permanent I
to t h e brain, th e king of th e body* Soon after, b eg in n in g to tak e Hood’s]
sw ept aw ay a n d m any farm s w ere
A
unt J ulia T hompson, a .colored th ro u g h th e nervous system, and th e
Sarsaparilla th e re w as a change for the!
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. T he 'survivors of th e invading arm y ruined,
A Finn at St, 'Augustine, Fla., de* wom an w ho claim ed to be 158 years of re su lt of th e general dissatisfaction is* b e tter. I n a s h o rt tim e I was feeling]
-th a t m arched to W ashington u n d er
age. died in D allas county, Tex..
sp len d id ly .; I now re s t well and ami
Gen, Coxey a y e a r ago- h ad a reunion strbyed fbrty-hine residences an^^^
Mrs, Agnk8 Mon rob R ussel, fo r - w h a t we call Nervousness, .
a t Massillon, O.
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\ ness houses, besides,., several smaller m any years th e e d ito r of th e Club;
T h is is a concise, reasonable ex p la­ able to do w o rk o f w h atev er kind, if t|
had n o t trie d Hood’s Sarsaparilla I Hoi
; T en bank a t M ount M orris, Ilk , w as structures, entailing a loss of $100,000, m agazine, an d a w rite r of note, died in; n atio n of th e w hole m atter.
^
At Jackson, Miss., a negro who in*
rpbbed, th e safe b ein g wrecked^ w ith
T h e cure for Nervousness, th en , la n o t know w h a t ,w ould have hecotnaoil
York,
me. I keep i t in ray house all tho time.1
dynamite. I t waa thought tlgat only I slated, upon aiding la a_ vwagon
~Q— w ith
- - New
P residing E lder W. S. Birch, of simple, Purify and enrich your blood and other m em bers of th e family take!
$150 was taken.
three white, women w as shot to death.
b y tak in g Hood’s Sarsaparilla, an d th e it, and all say th e re is
1
I ncendiaries caused th e totRl de*J T reasury officials i n : W ashington Kokomo, Ind., died- w hile a tte n d in g nerves, tissues and organs w ill have
conference a t Logansport, aged 70
N
o
th
in
g
L
ike
Hood’a
etruetion of Robinson & C o .’s stook agree in th e o p in io n -th a t th e income
th e healthful nourishm ent th e y orave; Sarsaparilla. I hnave
av e hmighh
gm y reooa.1
b a m s n e ar D ecatur, v In d ..'O v e r 1501 ta x ‘applies to fo reig n ers owning any years.
M aturw M. B allou , of Boston, th e Nervousness and W eakness w ill th e n m ended i t a n d o n e o f m y neighbors had
hogs and some o a ttle an d horses w ere 1property in th is country, w h eth er real* w ell-know n ed ito r, publisher an d give way to stren g th and health.
commenced ta k in g i t . , ■ I recommend]
burned,
I d en ts or nonresidents. T h a t this, is n o t theory b u t Ja et is Hood’s S arsap arilla a t every opportune
w riter, died in Cairo, Egypt, aged 75
F lakes th a t sta rte d In th e fu rn itu re j T he e n tire business portion of Can* years. H e w as e d ito r an d publisher o f proven by th e voluntary statem ents of ty .” M bs, S. B raddock, 404 Erie Av..
sto re o f A. F. T a n n e r & Co. in Mil* 1aseraga, N, V., and; th ir ty dw ellings th e first, illu stra te d w eekly p ap er thousands cured by Hood's Sarsapa­ 'W illiam sport, P ennsylvania.
w aukee burned o u t tw en ty business 1w ere burned, th e loss being $100,000.
in t h i s 7 country, know n as' B allou's rilla. , Read th e n e x t column. *— ,
houses, th e to ta l loss being $l,Q0Q,0QQ. 1 *jk*‘ St. P au l R ailw ay company dis*
onthly.
. T ub president appointed Col. T had- I charged eleven engineers a n d th i r ty M
, Da. William Hotchkiss, w ho w as
deus H. S tanton to be paym aster gen* five firem en from its division ru n n in g burled a t St. Louis, is supposed to have
e ra l of th e arm y, t o 1succeed .Gen. Wll* | in to F o rt How ard, Wia, because th ey reached th e age of 140 years. . He h a d
11am Smith, retired!.
.
1 freq u en ted saloons.
been a mason 100 years.
A rill waa introduced in th e, N ew ! Mbs. R eace , a n eccentric ch aracter,
Y ork senate to p ro h ib it th e Wearing of I died a t Oshkosh, Wis,, aged 100 years,
FOREIGN.
tig b ts b y women.
{T w enty y ears a g o ’ she purchased a
Sknor d e L ome w as appointed Span*
T he commission sittin g in Washing* j coffin, an d a t h e r ow n req u est she w as ish m inister to th e United S tates to
to n in th e claim s of .American citizens buried in i t a fte r she had used i t a succeed Senor M u ru a g a.,
a g ain st th e , Venezuelan governm ent score of y ears fo r a bed*
Dispatches from Havana alarm ed i
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decided in th e form er’s favor.
T errible prairie f ir e s w e r e ra g in g th e-S p an ish governm ent, as. tb e y J n d j* .L odojjBTiMKs,” sold Uncle Eben, “when e r
UUif,
, The
- Minister T hurston, of Hawaii, .de* in th e Otoe an d Ponca In d ian reserva­ cated th a t th e insurrection w as spvead- i man tolls you he’s discouraged
sa
he rtnanf
doan*
elded to d ep art from W ashington be* tions several m iles n o rth of Perry, O. T. in g 'ra p id ly and w as already beyond mean nufflo’ by i t ’ceptln’ dat he’s 'bout
K ID N E Y ,
fore his governm ent could officially re ­
made
up
'Is
xnln’-tbr
be
good
an’
Uusy
do
res'
T b E d istric t betw een Pleasantville, th e control of theloeEFeom m andersr- ,
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Star.
c a ll him. . '
N. J.'» and B rig an tin e Ju n ctio n was —Manitoba-w as in a state of . open re 0b bts life. "—Washington
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At Greenville, Miss., fire destroyed burned over "by a fo rest fire, m any bellion. ag ain st Canada over tne order B ew are o f d ld tm en te for C atarrh T h a t
th e P la n t e r s 1 oil .milt, th e loss being buildings and a larg e q u an tity of .tint1
CURE.
C ontata Mercury.—
to restore
AtVniejIiU, 80«Xlt]
$110,00Q.
l b e r being consumed, th e loss ag g reg atAdvice&ParapWetfwkf
T he N ashua savings bank, the th ird ing thousand of dollars.
an explanation of th e w a n to n . killing*? jygtem when entering it through the mu> DrTkliiner & Co., Binghamton, N.YJ
larg e st iq N ew H am pshire, dosed its
C.L.IW illlams, of. St. Louis, w hile of an E nglish sailor a t Cuba.
j cous surfaces. Such articles should never
doors w ith liab ilitie s of $3,000,000.
tem porarily insane, killed C atherine
T
he
Spanish
prim
e
m
inister
said
th
a
J ohn R. T ucker , aged. 5), an atto r- Kaeser, his au n t, arid th en com m itted
he would send 100,000 troops to Cuba t i , , Y ^ 'i S d ''t o thecood y o u « h powlblyde.
t Jeffersonville, Ind,, was killed suicide.
g yanaencounter
th a t num ber w as necessary to p u t dow n rive trom
g au 'S Catarrh Cure manw ith W illiam Taylor,
>VrcKOFF, 'Minn., a to w n of ab o u t 600 th e rebellion.
I
ufacturod
by
F.
J.
Cheney & Co,,Toledo, 0 .,
ed 70.' "
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inhabitants,- w as alm ost com pletely
P remier Greknway adjourned th e contains no mercury, and is taken rater*
Ma Ggie T ill er , convicted of , th e wiped o u t by fire.
ir.reiuiofnro nf
J imtH Mnv i nally, acting directly upon the blood and
leg islatu re of MannOba .un t il May* | mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
m urder of F re d a H untington in Chi­
T ub New E ngland
penatng legal opinions on tho tkithotKr'
Catarrh Cure be sureyou get the gen
cago, was. sentenced to be hanged. by a hurricane, th e w ind a tta in in g a school fight.
. . . nine. It. Is taken internally, and made
T his w as th e first tim e t h a t a wom an velocity of Beventy-five m iles an 'h o u r,
F ield M arshal P atrick Grant, th e .
Cheney & Co. Tes
had, been condem ned to d eath in th e and doing m uch dam age t o shipping.
oldest
officer
in
th
e
B
ritish
arm
y,
died
KgraJid
by
Druggists,
price
7»o. per bottle,
courts o f Cook county.
Central Iow a w as s w e p t, by dust a th is home, in London, aged 81 y e a ra
xloll’s Family FIllfl, 05 ce|its.
Another shortage of $400,000 w as storm s, which p artially obscured t h #
T here was ta lk of w ar betw een
“Dah am oulyone duly Ind ey ’ah." said
found in Chicago in th e accounts of th e sub and hindered rallro ad traffic.
Flranoe and E ngland as a resu lt of Uncle Ebeu, “ when folks orter look ai de
w hisky trust*
T he boiler of the Langston sawmill France’s
sending a n expedition to the dahk side ob life, and dab's 'Mancipation
T he seventeenth annual encampment near Apple Vftlley# Ga>, exploded, kill
day.’’—Washington Star.
of th e G. A. R. d ep artm en t of Michigan ing William Gboder, Jo h n L angston and N ig e r in Africa.
I n the B ritish house o f .commons a
commenced a t M ount Clemens.
a negro woman,
resolution
to give home rule to E ng­
. Gov. ^Altoeld issued a proclam ation
T he N dnpartlsan~W om enV ehrlstlan
designating Friday, April 19, as Arbor Tem perance union a t K ansas City de­ land, Ireland, Scotland hnd W ales w as
day in Illinois.
cided to remove th e ir h a ts a t ohurob adopted.
I t was announced th a t the em peror
’ Two snsN w ere killed and thrde o th ers services and all indoor meetings.
of
Jap an had declared an.unconditional
_ba.dly Injured by the, explosion of a
8 amust, McWilliams, a notorious
ponding ppnnw yiAgfttluHniiR
sawm ill boiler near Van W ert, 0.
j \)an^ jti a nd a com panion w ere shot
w
ith
China.
Closing argum ents w er6 m ad a in th e | duWn wh1le ro b b ln g a sto re atr-B raggs
•The governm ent forces won a de-.
Debs case before th e -U n ited Sta tes s u* | statio n , Ark.
EA T
preme court in W ashington. An early,
F ederal officials a t San Francisco oisive victory over the rebels in Uolom*
decision w as expected.
unearthed a g an g engaged in circu­ bia and the revolution was believed io
F rank Sutler , an assayer, shot-and latin g forged Chinesj&residence papers. be a t an end.
fata lly wounded his wife a t San F ra n ­
T he wind reached a velocity of 75
LATfilt
cisco and k illed himself.
m iles a n Hour in New York, doing
Henry T iiorne, ow ner-of a stock
A fir e in th e Bell clothing store in m uch dam age to sh ip p in g .
- - farm near F o rt Recovery* O;,- shot and
Chicago caused a loss of $175,000.
T he th ea tric al company th a t le ft St. killed his wife and then hanged him-_
I t was said th a t a prom inent citizen Louis to w alk to N e w York in 105 days self. - Financial trouble had unsettled
"of—jacksouvilto~ F laT rw as under con on a w ager gave u p .th o -jo b -a t Effing­ his mind.
’ ~
tra c t w ith sym pathizers of the Cuban ham , 111.
August Swanson, of Clinton* Ia.* be­
.patriots to engage 10,000 negroes fro m
A mysterious m an, alleged to have headed his 7-year-old son, using a hand
F lo rid a to go to Cuba to aid th e pa been p riv ate secretary to the k in g of ax to. commit th e murder.
‘ Brings comfort and improvement and
. triota. .
Sweden, died in poverty a t Clinton, la.
T he official m onthly statem en t of
Gen. S. B. DaboI l , of St. Johns, w as
Two American w arships w ere or* treasu ry receipts and expenditures for tends to personal enjoyment when
elected departm ent' com m ander of th e ] dered to N icaragua, presum ably to pro- March s]iows th e expenditures over re­ rightly used. The many, who live bet­
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
M ichigan G. Ai R, a t th e annual en- [ te c t American interests.
ceipts were $750,000.'
less expenditure, by more promptly
campmentT in M ount Clemens.
T iie exchanges a t th e leading-dear*
A N ^ssignm ent w a s m arleb j^ th e'W tb "“s best pi
T he Commercial b ank at.C incinnati, Ing houses in the U nited States during low Springs (Mo.) bank.
J being, i
ALW AYS T H E
BEST
a sta te in stitu tio n long regarded as th e week ended bn th e 39th ag g reg ated
____ _ of the m
Mhs. Wilbur Barry, of B attle Creek,; __ _
Made
exclusively
from
. -financially solid, closed its doors with; $888,359,404, a g ain st $953,491,395 the Mich., while in a fit of tem porary in­
laxative
principles
Superior KILN DRIED Selected
previous Week. T he increase, com­
liabilities of $1,000,000.
san ity shot h e r husband and th e n s h o t . remedy, Syrup of Figs.
A settlement of th e Davis w ill con­ pared w ith th e corresponding w eek in herself.
IOWA W H IT E ’ OATS
' Its excellence is due to its presenting
te st w as effected • by th e h eirs 'of th e 1894, was 30.8.
H
eavy pnowstorras prevailed in Col­ In the form most acceptable and pleas­
SOLD ONLY In 2 lb. pkgs.
A n anti-cig arette ordinance w en t into orado and rain s fell in the w estern and
M ontana m illionaire.
ant
to
the
taste,
the
refreshing
and
tru
ly.
A resolution fixing May 2 as th e effect in Lawrence, Kan., a nd n o m iddle-states, g reatly bo.neflting-crop&I _beneficifiL_properties of a perfect -lax­
d ate fo r final ad journm ent w asadopted cigarettes can be purchased fn th a t
F ire destroyed a bavn in Fow ler, O., ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
“by th e in in o is senate. — :— _1_ ‘___ city,
____
belonging to Mrs. R uth Sigler and w ith dispelling colds. hendaches and fevers
I t was sta te d in Chicago th a t the
Silver in very rich q u an tities ~was i t fifty-six sheep-and four horses,
and jpermanentry curing constipation.
prices of a ll kinds o f . m eats w ould be discovered in the m ountains in W ayne
F ive men, including the American Ithas tflveir satisfacthm-tOrmilHons^nd
hig h er th is sum m er th a n they have county, W. Va.
met with the approval of the medical
been for ten y ears past,
T he B ank o f Canton, ~Kan.y. sus­ superintendent, were killed by an ex­ profession, because it acts on the Kid*
* h S ^ S ,W :
t T en horses and tw elve cows perished pended. I t h ad $6,000 capital and $17,- plosion in th e San Rafael (Mexico) neys, Liver and Bowels-wlthout weak*
|4»3»F ineCai/M
■
by th e b u rn in g o f Charles J& rrett’s 000 deposits and w as a private ‘concern. mine.
cning
them;and
it
is
perfectly
free
from
?
♦3.9PPOUCE.SS01I
Anton C. H ksing , president o f the
b arn n ear F o rt Dodge, Ia.
All th e p late ,glass factories in the Illinois
every
objectionable
substance.
Staat's, Zeitung company, died
F ire a t W est Superior, Wis., de­ country, w ith a few exceptions, have a t hivS home In Chicago, aged 73 years.
Syrup of Figs is for salo by all drug­
stroyed J. IV Nelson's property an d his closed down a n d w ill-not resum e u n til
gists
in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man­
[*2.*l3BlJVS'StWJlW
T hree persons were killed, tw o ufactured
w ife and th re e children were probably May 1.
by the California Fig Syrup
•L A D IE S *
fatally
injured
an
d
ten
others
slightly
T here Were 234 business failures In
Go. only, whose name is printed on every
fa ta lly burned.
T he home of Chris Christianson a t the United S tates in th e seven days h u r t by ju m p in g from a ru n aw ay tro l­ package, also the name, Syrup o f Figs,
1
Mino^, N. D., w as burned, and five of ended on the 29th, against 278 the ley ear on th e m ountain near Ja n es­ and wing well informed,you will not
Accept any substitute if offered.
his nine children w ere crem ated,
> . week previous and 288 in the corvo ville, Pa,
" 'DaOCKTOCMAf5.
T he eighth an n u al convention of the
T he S ta te 'b a n k of Stanton, Neb., sponding tim e in IfiW.'T " ^
OvsrOne Million People wesrtte
T he B ristol (Tenn*.) Bank and T ru st Republican N ational league w ill be
w e n t into volu n tary liquidation.
J ames K ee l an , a celebrated confed­ company assigned w ith liabilities of held in Cleveland, O., Ju n e 19.
All our sh o es are equally setlsfactor
F ire destroyed the b etter p a rt o f the
e ra te spy, died in a hospital a t K ansas $24,720.
e
They
give the best value for the money*
T he h o tte st w eather ever know n in business nortlon of Hays City, Kanj,
- City and-w as burled as a pau p er
They
equal custom shoes In style end fit
,stone an d tw enty.
Their wcarlng quaUtles ere unsurw!»?<fj. At Jefferson, Ia., th e therm om eter W n o r t h w e s t in MftIMH-'PWVMUA 6fi’ .inoluitln
thrprt6W«T»tmlform,**-sf«mpweo^gBi
registered 00 degrees in the shade on the 29th, the m orenry reaching 90 de­ fram e buildings.
Prom f i to $ j saved over other maker.
D
aniel
B
augh
,
.residing
near
Jeffer­
grees above zero in some places. The
If your dealer cannot supply youwe c*n.
th e 27th.
T he m ayor and board of tru stees of average in Io w a an d Illinois w as 80 de­ sonville, In d ,, celebrated his 106th
birthday.
. :»
Madison, 111., w ere found g u ilty of grees. •
■ P rairiR! fires which had been raging
T he residence of Israel Higbie,
m alfeasance in office, fo r p erm ittin g a
Save your money—save
in
w estern Nebraska, for th ree days
w ealthy farm er of N orthport, L. 1.,
gam bling housp to run
your
temper —- save your
had
destroyed
a
large
num
ber
of
Burglars, in an a tte m p t to find hid­ was burned, and his daughter, Mrs.
ltoPhseTAngTio. K"1^
ranches.
,
r
A
face — shave with Yankee
den money, cruelly to rtu re d Mrs. Mary W illiam Reeves, and lier young d&ugh<
1 E dgar A, Cohen , commission mcr*
Hio •‘LlNHNHn‘*re -the- Bostsnd
Berger, aged 80 years, a t Springfield, te r were burned to death.,
ostOoXsrs
nnd Cuff* worm they
rtv<!
c
h
an
t
a
t
San
Francisco,
failed
for
$331,*
T
he
d
irect
inheritance
tax
levied
by
111. . : ' ■
Bold enrpwhers. The J. B. WiUlsnw Co*
clotb, both sides CnUhod alike, sad. belt's
000.
Muiteri, QlMionbwy, Cona, VVn
F our co u n terfeiters, Jefferson May th e 'la st Ohio legislature was declared
ble. one ooilnrle equal to two of fthf outer*
K oyama R okunieki, tho' Japanese
ThtvM «»eM, w ta rw tll «n<l lookturJL ^ .n t* .111
an d John, Ja m es and Chauncey Boyer, unconstitutional by tlie circuit co u rt a t
ColIare or Five Pslri ot 0««i for Titen*»
Who
attem
p
ted
to
assassinate'L
i
llu
n
g
w ere a rre sted a t Rockford, 111.
Cincinnati. .
ASample Collar and t’ftir of Cnff*M we ]
T jib Clarence b a n k a t Clarence, Mo. ,
Reports from th e middle an d norths Chang a t 8himonoseki, was sentenced
OOLt> Cents. Name styio snd sl«e. AddrcM
to
penal
servitude
for
life.
suspended w ith liabilities'of $80,000
w estern sta te s Indicated th a t crops
14
‘ REVERSIBLE COLLAR
[IS .
Two bandits hold up a tra in near
t'Of tUfB
nrnmkUaSU New Fork.
.jlKUbje*-*
Attorney General Olnry says th a t were in g re a t danger by reason of
kUmlA
nuii
m
<
M
il
rut
W heatland, Cal., and .Sheriff Regard
th e p rin tin g of facsimiles of foreign d ro u g h t
postage stam p s is a violation of th e act
A million pounds of su g ar/alleg ed and. one of th e robbers were killed.
•nmiB»tloB.„Yottmmia, , «t
A n a b stra c t of . san itary rep o rts, as
of 1891, w hich p ro h ib its'th e co u n ter to contain arsenic, w as sola a t atietton:
£WS2
9weusple
JI.IMndti fI,%
reu
n. Itkm»yrlt*
csV QUICKLY CURES
\ made by th e surgeon general in Wash­
feitin g of foreign obligations or sc a t Philadelphia for $4,000.
«
a
d
eflM
ite
cu rities.’
J ohn A. B rown, aged 80, sh o t h it ington, show s th e presence o f smallrx>x
fnvm
W pmm.
'M 1* ** «♦»*»•*
SelM
lurtttM
fee
, T he A uburn sta to bank, located jfct_ w ife, aged J 4 , in Philadelphia, and in tw enty-one sta te s of the union, dur­
•*e TH
m n**,• »ia *»iry wiUh,
l!*
»me todte, m«ft«oe wixtief
th e village of A uburn, 111., was robbed th en comm itted suicide. Domestio in g th e p a st w in ter, th e to tal nuraber
»*m mu’w uaim*
of d eath s from th e disease being 393.
<
som eth ing-over $1,000 by burgla r s ^ -trouble
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Hood’s Sarsaparilla
Is the
True Blood Purifier
s £ 2 *9 S H o ?
FOR
m m m
F R IE N D S
OATS
fik
:
KNOWLEDGE-
W.L. D ouglas
$3_S HOEriflofFA]
w^SSSBN
t ill
••••••M l
W.L. Douglas $3 &$4SI
m
laves
KARST,
■U".
COLD IN HEAD!
■.V
1
SL t t .
5S
»ny■»«ii.n.u.
WHEN MABEL SM ILES.
8tf»Uo9 i»N U«urt beats tUffU,
^TJfSSrS «nlH ihS *ky. .
Asytiei aAg s«eot flit laughliuf by,
upiieur<J before.'
w f V B w r peerless eyes.
AVhllo A tua rlcto and wise.
Hlth wistful sighs,
■‘gJS jE w ew yield no more.
' Mabol frowns the world is drear,
Mumbling dewdrop seems
a tear,
gacb trembi *
d foaP(
h ard y affd enduring, fie travels lig h t,
m io h iq a n j x o is u a t u r b .
ly tinned, a gun and knife h te f e p o h s destruction of bears, seldom enlarges M I C f l i e A N S T A T E N E W S ^
upon
his
captures.
He.
h
as
no
adm
irasom etim es only a revolver/** ho can'
s«nat«.
usually shoot a t s h o r tr a n g /if the bear tlon or respect for bruin. He th in k s
ZuiNsiNo,
Mich.,
.March ST^The senate tm
Mlvhlff in Woman's Clubs.
him a dirty, cowardly beast, h is skin
(Tuesday passed the blU saumUtlng to the
bo still alive in th e trap.
b e tter off th an on. 11© ra th e r prefers
T h e M ichigan Federation o f Women’* people the question of removal of the
Bometimes the bear is dead1, but not to ta lk of his habits, anatom y and the club was organised a t L ansing by rep­ county seat of Emmett county from Har­
often, for he will live a week with his quality of his fur; or m ore often of th e resen tativ es of forty-nine clu b s from bor Springs to Petoskey. and in commitleg on light fast in a trap. Attached to very/rare anim als th a t he has some­ various sections of ‘the state. U nder tee of the whole struck out all after the en­
clause from the bill provid­
th e tra p is a sto u t ehain, longer or time^ found in traps; o r of woodcraft, th e constitution every reg g larly organ-* acting
ing for local optton in liquor traffic by cities,
shorter, and a t th e end of the Chain a in which he is a n expert. His usual ized wom an’s club in th e sta te m ay be­ villages and townships, instead of by counties
series of hooks, som ething like the catch of bears is from, fifty to seventy- come a m em ber of the federation upon »s now. The vote was very close, and the
flukes of an anchor. These are to pre­ five a year, .The skin of the b ear varies th e paym ent of th e an n u al dues of S3.. question is likely to come up again, as the on. iffmo. a mournful swain.
soling clause was tabled.
^ L m K moments drag In pula .
# v en t th e bear from .eseaping w ith the in price from fifteen to fifty dollars, ac­ Officers were elected as follows;
L ansino. Mich.. March CS—The senate on
S K uld bear to meet disdain
tra p ; .they catch and impede his travel-' cording to quality and siae. T his value
President. Miss Clara Avery,- Detroit; vice Wednesday passed a bill making the open seaing fur, B u t som etim es he drags the of the skins, with sales o f the skeletons president, Mrs. Nelson B, Jones, Lansing: re­ son for deer uniform in all portions of the
tra p long distances, and then he has to and the sta te bounty of five dollars—* cording secretary. Mrs. Fred T. Ward. Lan- state, from November 10 to November SO The
W(.>,elsmiles my heart la proud.
sing; corresponding ■secretary. Mra .At A./ bill raising the age ~of consent from 14 to 17
E Mabel fSwns my heart la bowed;,
be tracked, which ie not_diflicuit,4is he reduced lately from te n dollars—gives Hoot*
Day City. p^eqtoft-*Mre. IaigWda-1£ years was passed by a ,vote of IT to 10.
aujjnybrowed •
‘bushes” a , w ell-m arked p ath in his Mr. M—— a. sufficient Income, so th a t Stone, Kalamazoo; Mrs. D Q. Brooke, Grand
The jclnt'leglslutive committees on puhlle
Bsh?Telgns »y bosom’s queen;___ ____ frau tio efforts t o Escape, This is the
health
made « favorable report on the Miller
Haplds;
Mrs,
James
O’DonneU,
Jackson;
Mrs*
he
fives
in
h
i
s
,own-,
good-sized
house,
„ A
BK she hnowawho rules in state
Anna
A.
Palmer.
Saginaw.
bill
abolishing
the state board of health and
cruel
feature
of
b
e
ar
trapping,
and
one
f t S!t?oy tnd pain must altorfiftto; , ,
w ell furnished w ith books, musical in­
substituting
therefor
a board organized pa
shudders to th in k of th e anguish of the strum ents and children, alto g eth er the
f 2 S r MaWl hides my fate, ;
Pown
on
the
ltoll
ais
Dead*
radically
different
lines,
to be. appointed fly
.iotirt and frown between.
t&nnu&l w ith his
olutohed lpr duys home of a comfortable, ^well-to-do oitithe
governor.
. ,
»e,|
James^M
cQinnis,
a
resid
en
t
of
F
arJSunnol MIptum Peek, In Life,
L
awsmp, Mich.. March 20.—The senate on
betw een >be Jong, shafg, tee th of the *em
___ ■,
w ell, who served in th e w ar a a a mmn- Thursday reconsidered the vote by which it
tra p , driven perhaps cloarAp the.bone,
b e r of company L, T h ird Ohio voluri- raised the age of consent to 17 years and by a
FRIGHTENED INDIANS
t«!er cavalry-, w rote to .the d ep artm en t vote of .16 to-id lowered the age po 16 years.
HITE MOUNTAIN B E A M , B u t ler. Mt —"- is a h u m a u e r a a n by ua«
.'-.■’a : • . jvrJJ/J.’-V!.
V
'
'Vi ~y'-V•’ ~;yrT?-^^ tu re jm d visits his trap s loften, so th at
a
t Columbus asking fo r his record, As thus amended' the hill was ip&psed by a 1
his game does fioT. suffer long.’ The They Were-HBfrtiy tOTiJe piAmcU, Under w ith a view to applying f o r a pension.' Unanimous vote. The committee on taxation
th e Clveumttano«(i,
recommended the passage of the McLaughlin
*i»4anEx-Clergyman W h o M akes b e a r is usually too w eak, if h e has
Xt w as found th a t the ro lls had Mc­ bill authorizing cities to exempt from taxation’ ^
A
French'
archmologist,
trav
elin
g
been held in the tra p a day o r two,'to
G innis recorded as dying^Febrfaary % - jreai estate mortgages and Mukl contracts.
a u m W » w r ’*•»•**•
show much fig h t One more often is among the Aj^des in search 'o f know l­ 1803, a t Lebanon, .Tenn. The, only ex­
Bouse.
edge and specimens, had a g re a t desire
dispatched
w
ith
a
club'
th
a
n
with
LAW
StXQ,
Mich,.
March 27,—The bouse
a
Uaased
to explore some caves in the sides of p lan atio n th a t can be given is th a t th e passed a large number
PllUMlU.
of: bills Tuesday, the ;'
gun,
~
.
,
^ limi to rorssbe the Pulpit for
the precipices. 'T h ey were doubtless soldier wa* m issing^after th e b a ttle of most important being those for compulsory
The
b
est
tim
e
to
g
et
a
good
shot
a
t
a
m* Forests Mia tlie
ancient tombs, and' would probably Lebanon, and, n o t . hav in g again re­ education in the public schools and abolish- ■.
b e a r is w hen the acorns and blue ber­ yield him treasure.- He se le c te d /a ported, w as supposed to have been Ing.tbe salary of the sheriff of Wayne county
MUIs.
after January 1,1167, The bill prohibiting can­
ries are in Season.. He is extravagant­ favorable spot, therefore, rigged a so rt killed,
didates for office to act as Inspectors of elec­
ly, fond o t both, aa w e lla s of- a hive of
tion was defeated.1.
\
Damaging Flumes a t Fife Lake.
The only man a t present In th e W hite w ild honey, which be devours regard­ of b h a irro rse a t; betw een tw o strong
L
ansing
,
Mich,*.
March
EA
—
The. house
leather
cords,:
and
engaged
tw
o
Indians
mountain region whose sole occupation, less of a whole sw arm of furious bees
T h e village of.Fife L ak e w a s ' visited7 spent the entire'afternoon Wednesday
in com- /
to
le
t
him
down
from
th
e
brow
.of
th
e
b y a fire which wiped o u t n early all mittee of the whole on the,Stoll bill repealing'
r a tin g bears liras in th e P e q u a k et attao k tn g his impervious sides. If he
^ Intervale. Do not picture a grizzly, cau n o t find a c o rn s, enough on th e precipice. “ A -descent of th ree hun­ th e business portion-w est of th e Grand- -the law taxing mortgages, A motlon to strike I pkturesque character, fond of re la tin g gro u n d for his /b re a k fa st—for, like dred feet made in th is w ay,” he tells ftapida & In d ian a railw ay. T h irte e n out all. after tha enactlng clause was lost by a : .
vote* The bill will come up again and it is
buildings an d tw o residences w ere d e­ tie
I'in tu re s and hairb read th escapes. m o st wild anim als, the early morning us, “ Is extraordinarily long.”
believed wifi be passed. .
However, h o reached the cave in stroyed. A dozen fam ilies w e re re n - . LaXsino. Mloh.. March 29.~The house on
If Perhapsyou will’lift your incredulous is th e tim e w hen he w ants his chief
on______
forcing a _____________
passage , into dered homeless and th e m ain store's Thursday passed a joint resolution submitting ;
____
I eyebrows when-it J s said th a t he is a m eal of the day—he clim bs-Hie oak- safety^ __and
Tt7,wo8rewarded
by
finding
tw o skulls! an d stocks w ere .burned” T he blaze to the people at the Noveni oer election In 1W6 /
f ; /entleman and a scholar and has been tre e s and w ill break off or tw ist toward
the proposition . of ^ electing members
and
a
mummy
“thoroughly
d ry ,” be j sta rte d in th e City hotel and coramuni- of
!clergyman! Yet it ts true. He is a th e tru n k of t he t r ees lim bs six inches
the legislature fer the term of fo u r..
-passed
nA ■
**«*—***-a~ cated to surrounding buildings an d years, covering two biennial sessions.
tail; thin man, w itlrbrightrintelligont in diam eter. T his ho does, w ith his says,-i?aud p retty' solid."” lie
l ereAdignified hearingafid gentle man- fore legs, which a re imm ensely power­ string through the .eye-holes of the across th e street. T he to ta l loss is Instead of two years, as now, ’ and
bn election of half of
1 ner, says a Portsmouth (N. H) corre- fu l. Ills w hole str en g th seems t o be sk u llsan d attached them to his belt. a b o u t 830,000. T he insurance w ill n o t contemplating
the
members
each
two years. Itraiso provides
^aggregate^more-than-80,000.—;-----7
ipdent of th e h W Y o r k Sun.
; coucontratcd in them. His m anner
for a compensation of 87jOfor each~sesslon and w
tfrMkl
It is not necessary to enter Into de­ w ith blueberry bushes is. much more and signaled to the Indians to draw
five oents per mile mileage to and from tjhe
State Board of Health.
.
capltol. The Aplin bill, providing a Uniform, .
N.Yl
tailsof how he happened' to abandon gentle, in fact, quite human... I t is a him up.
jfeeports.to th e sta te board of h ealth liquor tax of 840(^ was made a.speoial'order for
With
fifrheels
he
defended
himself
Illsprofession beyond saying th a t ill* sig h t never to *be forgotten to see A
—fifty^OD-e observers In d ifferent Wednesday.__
Ealthlvas the ehief muse; and it may b ear picking;-the—delicious m ountain against the j u tting JoaksTim d-lri
-L ansing.
house
p
a
rts
of th e -s ta te d u rin g -the week
beadded that lie has alw ays been pos- blueberry, th a t is, if you are a t the jn ln u le s w as alm ost on a leyel w ith the ended M a rch 33 sh a w t h a t in te rm itte n t Friday bad another wrafigle over the Aplth
teasedwith an intense^fondness for na- proper distance, say, bn one side of a top, The Indians knew n o th in g about fev er increaseiL a n d inflam m ation of “8400 uniform liquor tax bill; and the date oflts
.consideration was deferred from.-April 8, as| tqie/more especially \lie w ild and sol­ r a v in e and the bear on the other. I t his load.
, th e kidneys and pneiim onia decreased flxed Thursday, until Ap'xtl 11. The house
J u s t then; the yellow skull of
itary fastnesses of m ountains, only to is thon th a t Sir Bruin resem bles Mr.
6 011.in area of prevalence, Consumption in committee of the whole agreed to the :
th
eir ancestors appeared b efo re. their w as reported at, 150 places, scarlet fever bill making the open season for deer uni­
befound in following t h e tra il of such Homo, ife sits erect bn his haunches,
in both peninsulas, from November l to
m as hears, whoso h a u n ts th ey are. reaches o u t his arms, for now they do eyes, and the idiots gave a s ta rt of su r­ a t th irty -eig h t, typhoid fever a t form
November
2S, requiring a hunter’s license fee
i hjn also hinted th a t, b rm frlit up on n o t seem legs, and closing them round prise. T he Frenchm an th o u g h t surely fifteen, d ip h th eria a t th irty , measles' of 125'from non-residents and fifty cents from
l^lfkin In a region where gam e w as a g o o d -th ic k cluster of the bushes, they had le t go the cord, ,
a t e ig h t and sm allpox a t D etroit, G rand resident hunters. The number,’of deer: to be
“
I
t
was
the
affair
of
a
second,”
he
' abundant, his earliest sp o rts and J o y s draw s them up to his breast, and pro­
R apids, T hree Rivers, >Y psilanti and slaughtered by one person is limited to five.
yvrites.
“
W
hat
passes
in
the
brain
of
were trapping and gunning; and la te r ceeds to pick the fru it as daintily as a
W atson,
_
/ ' V:.:\v POTATOES^ ON VACANT LAND.
inlife, when settled in mbro-serlous oc* lad y eatin g straw berries w ith a .fork* a man a t such an in stan t is indescriba*
•F oanil Stan d in g In a Varm L ,
D e tr o it P la n o f B u li ln i H uppliei fo r the
cnpatlons, an unconquerable longing I t is in th e i&ason of berries, adorns ble. _l.did n o t drop a yard, b u t I ex­
P oor to B e T ried In Omaha;
/The
body-of
STD.
G
ueno
ttd,
a
y
oung
forthe free life of woods and fields and oth er autum nal, fru it, w ith an oo perienced all the h o rro r of a man in
m
an
who
disappeared
ab
o
u
t
th
ree
O
maha
, Neb., M arch 29. --Mayor Pinoften overcame Kim, and a t len g th tho easional free of honey, ‘th a t he fays on the void. My hands le t go th e mum*
weak*
ago,
w
as
found
in
tho
Epw
ortfi
g re e ’s potato-patch schem e is going to >
tlqearrived when he could not re sist a store of fa t for his long w inter nap my, and while, covered w ith a cold,
it,and his health-seemed, also to re? in some cave or rooky den, which he sweat, I w as helped over th e edge of league grounds a t L u dlngton stan d in g be trie d in Omah a th is y ear. Some o f
the cliff by th e Indian*, tHo?haumihy, u p rig h t In a barrel, th e head, and Omaha’s la rg e st land’ owners, Includ­
quire an open-air life.
Seldom leaves before early soring.
shoulders projecting. G uenofte’s th ro a t in g H erm an K ountze, Jo h n A; Creigh­
Bat though not now a clergym an he
A lthough Mr. M----- seldom has'to ex­ broken into a thousand pieces, bound­ w as cu t from e a r to ear. His coat was ton, M ayor Betais and. A. J. Poppletbn,
^batlllischolar, especially in all th a t ercise tils skill in shooting a.bear, ho is ed from rock to rock and landed in bits ly in g on th e ground a few fee t aw ay
have agreed to donate la rg e unoccupied
^fpertains to_ woodcraft, h u n tin g a n d probably the best shot in the lower a t the bottom of tho chasm .”
a
n
d
his
w
atch
and
a
soqall
a
m
o
u
n
t
of
tra c ts of laq d w ith in th e city lim its
Ho overw helm ed th e Indians with
.- trapping. For he Rbows, fo r instance,~ ran g es of the W hite mountains. H!s
m
oney
w
ere
found
in
h
i
s
'
puokets.
I
t
fo
r th is season to be used for su stain ­
?;Wtonly.the.habits.ttiid. tra its .of. ..the. only rival is a boy now about.fifteeu invectives,' b u t to no purpose. Such w as-though t to fte a case <jf suicide.
in
g
th e poor of th e city. Tire w o rk
--------------- i i c a i r
thfty asRurefl
bar, but has also ■a scientific knowl- yours old; "The rem arkable thing in re- fijQAlL
w
ill
be done u n d er th e charge of tn e
of its anatomy. In th is ho is self- g n rd to*thls boy is th a t he has hut one turbed in th e ir sepulchers, had ‘ the
__ . .Shortage of 87,OOO^ClaImotl._
associated charities. T he county an d
' taught, chiefly by dissecting th e , ani- sound arm , the o th er having been par- h ab it of.kissing the Ifidlnns. who per*
An investigation in to th e books o f city w ill be asked only to fu rn ish seed
.. nils which he captures. Of course th e aly.zed from birth, llis-lefF arm hangs ished infallibly und er their deadly
a n d tools and to p lo v r th e lan d first.
.principal money-value-of th e b e ar to d ik e a sofM h n p ^ p e , yet it is.wonder- b reath . One of the tw o declared th a t fo r several years past resulted, i t is T h en th e land. w hich w ill pt‘obably in»tint is In the pelts and the s ta te bounty, f u l how much ho can help himself with his oWn fa th e r bad died in th a t way. _ said, in th e discovery of a shortage of elude a t le a st 1*00® acres, w ill be di­
The o th er assured the Frenchm an $7,000. E x-Treasurer Cliauncey Brown
Inaddition he does quite a busiuess in it. He w iil sw ing it around n rake
th
a t a t th e mom ent w hen th e head o f marift ffnnfl a sh o rtage of 81,700, and ex- vided into sm all lots o f an acre each,
jjdlfog the skeletons to miisnnms, prl ^tuff or-fork h andle aud do ul mb^t as
emd-lt Is oajoulated th a t oae-aere o u g h t
nte students aud sculptors, and he m uch work as if he had two arras. the mummy showed above th e edge of T reasu rer Wyckoff claim ed to have set­ to su p p o rt one fam ily. H alf th e la n d
If it tle d his shortage of $2,000''w ith the suI^keeps on hand an assortm ent o f v th ^h trR l w ith a qhotg m r or rille he is tri-~ the-rc
w ill be demoted to potatoes,
Cerent bones, so th n t he can- supply- -umPhanb- over beasts a n d birds^on. the -had not luckily fallen in to th e abyss it -pervisors. T he j a t t e r denycthis. The
'■/ Mlchlgwu Epworth Leagoe,
to?particular bono required*------- - ----- ---------------------------------i — aterrnehnr«
oiirse’dj th
em east
fgrin-a treerofrgroum l-ep-w
have .cui^
Hernr
pas£. all
a ll rem- o th e r officers involved prom ised to
edy.—Youth's
Companion.,
D
etroit , Mich., M arch 27.—T he fifth
____
m
ake
good
th
e
ir
deficits.
Dils hunter
is also an e x p ert m e- b ird or anim al can escape his quick And
-----------an
n
u al convention of th e E p w o rth
thanlc. Ho designs, forges aud p u ts u n errin g aim.
Short B u t New sy. Item *.
le
a
g
u e of M ichigan opened in th e Cen­
AN TIQ U ITY OF PEANUTS.
I t is singular how ofjten the crippled
whether all his own trap^, and has
Kerngood & R osenthal, proprietors tr a l M. E. church h e re T uesday
various improvement? iu them . ■ and. maimed undertake th e very things
Goober Was Known to the of th e Excelsior Clptliing & Shoe com- evening before an audience of 1,500
never lose h im a bear, once t h a t seem the most impossible for The Suncelent
-pany-4n-Saglnaw,- one—o f tlie—larg e st -persons, th e ma jo rity of whom-vvere
Ancient
Ve w fa M r
tproajf upon him, and th e country them , and usually w ith success. There
concerns in n o rth ern M lohigan, filed delegates. E ugene C. Pierce, of Sagfe.
aT
“He
th
a
t
h
ath
plenty
of
peanuts
and
People, mountain clim bers and arna* is & distinguished a rtist iu Antwerp
Chattel
m ortgages for over $56,000*
givetfi
liis
neighbor
none”
w
as
no
relar a w , th e p resid en t of th e sta te league,
-t
jor tportsraen are more a fra id of w ho, having no arms, paints w ith his
Mrs.
H.
J, Sc holey,„ w ife of a. once -delivered a brief ad d ress in w hich he
tive of-i th a t ancient Peruvian chief
led
they_nre of the beasts them - toes.---------- --------------whose tom b was recently opened in the prom inent business m an, died quite said th a t th e league had now 30,000
People who litre in th e lowlands, in
wvM. They are terrible to look at,
valley of Yucay, in th e vicinity of suddenly a t Coldwater, aged 70 years. m em bers enrolled in M iehigan. H e
make one think of th e to rtu rin g tqw ns and cities, know little of the life
This venerable individual of H er husband is yery sick, w ith no pros- also spoke of _tho w idespread good ,the
f t n t80< the Inquisitidfir " T here of the boys find g irls of tlm m ountains the period of the Incas, who was p er­ pects for recovery.
' T eague h ad accom plished ill social reyvery Uttle danger to travel-' T he g irls help th eir m others ausLenrly haps a cousin' germ an to A tahualpa,
Airs!
M
ary
IX
Gould
died
in
Sherform .
----a, however, from th e h u n te r’s traps, lea rn all. th e p arts of housework; they was.found to have peanuts in his out­ wood, She was-82-yoars o ld ,. had-beeu-l
To Roitew l ntereil i n^ fclatwIcA
\s
oi m«!
®hear are no t those also help in the hayfield, and gencrai- stretched, mummy hand, as i f de- a m em ber of th e M. E. ch u rch for six- |
A
nn
Arbor, Mich., M arch 29.—An im- '
sat. I
iiKia ^ *1Ie haunts the rnbst inacces- ly know how to m ilk a cow. Perhaps Bir^usof giving them to d istan t pos­ ty six years, an d had read th e Bible
<INfit|
p
o
rta
n
t
m eeting of educators is in ses­
portions of th e i t will interest some girl to know th a t terity.
th ro u g h th irty -th re e tim es.
------------------------------.
sion
h
ere
a t N ew berry hall. I t is m ade
MS
fot, 0, T ntaiD*’ coming down ra re ly in th e earliest language of our race,
V eritable peanuts th ey wore, brown,
S«f.
A
lb
ert
Eckles,
of
P
lym
outh,
buried
u
p
of
professors
of th e olassics in n u - '
lires.*
cornfit‘his and slieep pas- th e Aryan, daughter m eant milkmaid. shrunken and crum bling to dust, it is fifty bushels of tu rn ip s la s t fall, buV
.tto,,, : n ‘hc summer one occasionally' T he boys~work in the fields And woods true, b u t plainly peanuts, from which covered them so deeply th a t when he m ero u s-u n iv ersities, a n d highjschools^-{OLE
p a rtie u la rly in tho w est. The object is
then«Vtray cob’ USUftUy » pair, in an d know how to handle a gun or not even all o! th e well-knpwn odor opened th e p it th is sp rin g forty-five to re a ro u se an enthusiasm iu th e stu d y
s e t traps by the time they are ten or
had quite departed.
_
bushels h ad rotted.
of th e classics, which hove la te ly been
tho d“ -i tw elve y e ars old. At sixteen they can
The discovery is of no little interest
The
fan
n
in
g
m
ill
factory
o
f
Williapa
crow ded o u t in m an y schools by scien
te ll moro of the habits and haunts of to archaeologists, for h ith erto the
laitiAi ^v/
10
him a t le a st an
W
illiamson,
to
g
eth
er
w
ith
its
contents,
tifio and so-called practical studies.
P
birds and beasts and all sorts of cu­
fiftv *h<i ^ an -^ t,rftPs over a b o u t rious woodcraft th an can be found in origin o f the peanut has been a m atter w as destroyed by fire >at Saginaw , Prof, F. W. Kelsey, of th e L atin de­
-'of some doubt. But in tho lig h t of this
kndirm* ♦ °f moutl^ « te rrito ry ex-:
p a rtm e n t here, is a t th e head of th e
books. They are fam iliar "w ith every g ift to us from the hand of one who Loss, $0,000; fuUyxinsured.
t0rthnfprOln ,tlie SOwUlWCSt -to th e nook and corner of th eir pwn terri­
A t M ount P leasan t fire destroyed the conference.
lived and died long before th e days of stoVcs of Sam May, clothier; Fred Bonh ova»«
^ te rv a lo , b u t mosttory,
Tho
one-armed
lad
referred
to
Michigan G. A. It Election.
tho inhum an Pizarro i t is plain th a t
bavS!Je, C,hocoro» range, in w hich
has already gone beyond, into tho tho ancient Peruvians ato peanuts and sall, m eats; Thomas M cN am ara, dry
M
ount
Clemens, Mich., M arch 29.—
hlnitJSClU(Led ^
Chocorua moungoods, and W. W. Cox, H lrugs,' I^oss, A h o t co n test betw een .Judge Daboll,
h
aunts
of
the
bear,
and
probably
will
deemed them good enough to tak e to $30,000; insurance, $17,300.
Ifw
p r io n s spurs, Fauof St. Jo h n s, and Alex P atrick, of De­
i lU f f ? iimo? called, in consequence n o t be happy or think himself quite a th eir graves w ith them.:
Mrs. F. M. E dw ards and h e r m other, tro it, for th e position of d ep artm en t
m
an
untiH
ie
has
killed
one.
T
h
eren
re
A fellow feeling is thereby estab ­
I <^tc S y S arHi t e r a n d i t s i m m e plent y of- men and -boy s- hi th e -Whlte lished betw een our smaU htTy am i Ui« M rs^E . T. Heading, were seriously -com m ander of tlie G rand Army of th e
'm ountains who—oconsionftUy slioot-Q t ancient Peruvians. Ho w ill ' at“ o ircr ^burned by m .explc^l
coruaa‘^ w 6 bPlenclId peak of"Chotra p bears ju st for the sport or to g e t a recognize th a t they m ust have been D etroit, and Mrs. E dw ards’ 2-year-old election of the foriucr. Mrs. K napp,
few
e x tra dollars. In this am usem ent proper people, whom he wquld have son was probably fata lly injured.
of Howell, w as elected d e p a rtm e n t
Face, ^
and th e
they
learn many interesting things and enjoyed know ing; they ate peanuts and ,T hc coutract for building an iron p resid en t of the Women’s R elief Corps.
W0f*t Dome; He know s th e m ost
, an<lt unti
^JL- ctaiK
untrod recesses of a ll th is acquire health aud hardiness, tdgethcr liked them; and they k ep t some, for him. bridge over the ; H scanaba riv er 3 miles T he encam pm ent n e x t y e ar w ill be a t
w e st of Gladstone w as lot to the Gil*
To the throe g re a t staple p lan ts lett-H erzog Manuifneturing company of Saginaw .
ly as no................other m an.............know s w ith good stories of th e ir adventures
and exploits. A t a W hite m ountain
ueti*.7*j
Another L«k« Frrry.
^ hear ftnfin0l t n
b u t precisely as fireside you can be..w ell'entertained of which America has given to th e world M inneapolis for $5,700,
--com , cotton ami tobacco—we m ay
'hem. iu f chher wild anim als know
l**"
M uskegon, Mich,, M arch 27. — T h e
T he G rand Rapids lia r association
a n evening listening to these recitals now add the pOanutT for Sobmly had
idooP
project,of
a y e ar ago fo r a fe rry lin e
It
may
innd°
*°TT
^
e'
r
hruil
w
herever
it
the quaintest language, interspersed ever seen a peanut in Europe, Asia or gave a b an q u et in honor of J udge II,
>rW*V
across
L
ake
M iehigan betw een th is
^
h
a
’a.
it
W
^
an
ln»tlnet
.like
an
w ith ’tales of strange, m ysterious hap­ Africa a t the tim e th is old chief closed JI. L brtoii’s first visit. J o th a t city to
bOJtofj
city
and
M
ilwaukee
h a s been revived.
leaf or
th ^ HliFhte8t tu rn penings, of which twery neighborhood
rentF'"
liis fist on ithis more than medieval hold a session of th e United" S tates T his h a rb b r is alm o st d irectly across
Mlonioc *fW? ’
feesh m ark on a
court..
tlio lnke from M ilw aukee and h a s been
•bother ^ ,.1 ? *°°tpr int on qioss w here has A good store. For m ountain dw ell­ handful, now b rought to light.
T he Bell Telephone company in th is
ers
are
credulous,
ft
b
it
superstitious,
aee’hothing. He.seldom
ra i reduction in open th ro u g h o u t th e severe w in te r ju s t
*horcthp.Pf'^bow ingpretty n early and easily astonished. Though brave
cities is from 20 to S asfc, so -th at fairly re g u la r trip s have
in
the
face
of
real
danger,
and
even
, cbear s foot
will
fall,
*♦
«
and
directed
the
m
agnificent
anthropoTrates:
The
c
u
t
in
een m ade by tho M ilw aukee steam ers.
.............. —** I t U ft
fond of' hazardous adventures, they logical exhibit a t the world’s fa ir-tin - 35 per >eent. an d reduced rates w ill
VGndep
bow
a
man
of
h
is
PhysiqU0
Their Legal AdvUrr.
characteristic
_what he jocosely term s also b o 7 made on th e sta te exchange
e sa tram p his fo rty have,this contraduitory
CbioagoVM arch 30,—Jo h n W. Cary,
of being alarm ed it* a m o m c n T ^ u h y ^ m m ^
th e p u m F service.
“—
I,...S i„„
tSt1 oaPi0°V
** f r . , tlle roughest and
the great-„ .........
Mrs. F ra n k M. E dw ards and h e r 2- g en eral counsel of th e Chicago, Mil­
:through
Chicbrua range, u ij sterlotts sound o r sign, Atiy^trango kin” has beep discovered m one of the
event.
•
prehistoric burial cavos of ‘K entucky. year-old boy wero badly burned in Dc- w aukee *&.St. P aul R ailw ay com pany,
t-f»d the
of “blow-downs” unusual
Tho occasional b ear slayor anvays T h a t ljttla Uuown race* th e mound tiv iL Aim child fatally. Tbermofcher died a t tho V ictoria hotel, Mr. Cary
it- l ,{ot« .of spnioe and hemh
as
the story to toll; i t is an event in buildersTraised pumpkins, or, a t least, em ptied tw o quart* o f gasolm o in to a had been the chlet legat adviser o t the'
^ l n s to bo all sinew, w ith
oompany since 185$,
te a k e ttle , th in k in g It-w as w ater.
his life nnd th a t of th e neighhorhoi>d, q u a sh e s.—Youth’s Companion.
if cxcrcw 2°! j*JP°rflhou*
flosh,
an d
. — ...............
.........B
u
tM
r.
M—
*,
whose
business
is
th
e
of this sort has made him
l,
p ip
m # '
!
■ m W fy P 'Z 'I’i
: f c ||5 i p
. Ji,'-;&i' -yU's,
P .....
iiii
1 ^ 1ԤU
® ..'/f ***■
k „ '.r
K t 11lv - ’v-
:tpt
S
T
•M'
jm
S
iSfrSS-f.E
v/v''
p
n
-
n
W J L _
"E E IF t t ™
m
r
P ip r,
t l w
H
i
r ■I
m I
a
A:;
y
'I
-M
M
i":
fw.
*Vs*1:
Itr'l -
o x m iM iv w a t t r
It Makes
. O t t t t J n i M LM M *
tfifiESTIOIfI
Prof. E.B. Webster Ison the rick list. Whole number enrolled............. .
There are only fifteen applicants for Number left for all causes*
Number of reentries .... •••»♦«•••••
Village Marshal up to date. ’
Number belonging at end o f month..
T h o im p o rta n t q u e stio n is where to
The board of supervisors will stand 16 Aggregate, terdlnees,..
g e t th e B E S T fo r th e L E A S T
Democrats and 18 republicans.
Time lost by teacbere In half days.,,MM
m oney.
The county went"Republican, Wede* No. of limes teachers have been tardy 1 T h is wo helipve is firm ly settled
meyere majority being nearly 800, ,
Number of nou-resldeut pupil!mmiimh 88
th e m in d o f every consum er
Born, April 8,1885, to Mr. and Mrs. Number of suspensions....,..................
' I t m ak es th e .G RO CERS a n d D R U G G IS T S how l w hen th ey w ad
to be a t
,No.of
cases
of
corporal
punishment...,
0
Mason
Whipple,
of
Lima,
a
daughter.
o u r p rice list; th ey seem to th in k o u r prices too low: th ey tell how m u ch
b e tte r th e ir goods are th a n ours; T h ey brag a b o u t th e ir b est q u a lity ; blow
B . A . S H Y B E R ’S ,
Mr. and Mrs. J, 8. Rowe, of Manchester, No, of pupils neither absent nor. tardy 184
JB.
-E.
W
bbstbr
,
Supt.
2 Packages yeast cakes 4 cents.
a b o u t th e ir lowest p r iM8» *nd offer al18orta 01 exou8e*» *>ufc
called on Chelsea friends last Tuesday.
24 pounds granulated sugar $1.00. .
Myron Parka has removed to the fas, Roll of honor tor month ending Mar. 20, 6 pounds butter crackers 25 cents, -.
1855, Including all who have not been Good canned corn 6 cents. .
Hagan dwelling on west Middle street.
tardy, and whose standings in scholarship, 0 canssardioea 25 cents.
Mrs. H. W* Cambell spent. Monday attendance, and deportment have been OO Good canued peaches 10 cento* with her sister Mrs, Geo, Wing, of Scio. or above. The star indicates that the Shaving soap S cents,
7 bare good laundry soap 25 cents.
Died, April 8, 1885, Miss 8arahFtsk, pupil hae pot been abseut.
Corn'sand get a sample of our,.suo-cureJ
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fisk, . , . 'r
tea.
And they can’t dodge the issue. '■
FIRST GRADE.
aged about 15 years.
s
b
e
have
a good tea tor 80 cents.
MerrillAdams* 'HNellie Rooke
Try
out
19
cent coffte.
Mabel
Raftrey
Herbert Foster, of Columbus, Ohio, Pauline Burg .
Best
coffee
In
town for 38’cents,
Lllht Smith
called on,, relatives and friends/here last John Conway
Agood.flne
cut
tnbacco25 cents,
Albervbieinbaclh
Homer Ligbthal
M
Tbe
earth”
tor
15 cents.
Sunday
and
Monday
Family white fish at 48 cents for 8
Florkncs Oarpbntbb, Teacher.
Try
a
sack
of
our
Gold Medal Flour/
Its coming, the Deestrict Skull of fifty
Livvs
84 pounds granulated sugar for II,1
best spring wheat patent. ;
8SC
O
N
D
G
R
A
D
B
.
years ago. Its on the way, will be here,
Good tea dust 8 cents.
,
Toothpicks per hox 5 cents, —Rolland Hummel*
Flora
Atkinson
A goodayrup tor IS cents.,
May 10, look out for it.
A ll P a te n t M e d t e in e s M to
Adolph Heller
G. Bahmiller
Best
line of candles in town.
Esther Selfe
Peter Bohnet and family removed to Annie Corey.
Brokeu javacoffee 19 cents.
;
'
Call
and
see our 49 cent laundried shirh,
Bertie Snyder
Lansing last Wednesdayr^here they ex. Joseph Eisele
White
or
colored.
Modern styles.-------50 pounds sulphur for 11.00. - - Grace Swartout*
Ethel
Grant
“
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Our
line
of
w,ork
shirts canTf be beat.
pect
to
reside
permanently.
8 cans best tomatoes for 85 cents.
Erma Hunter*
Our
|1.50
men’a
shoes
is a hommer.
G ood canned c o rn 5 cen ts p e r can.Miss Carrie Forner has been engaged ----S. B.-VarTtme, Teacber.We haveihrbestline of ncckweartok*
Choice canned peas, 3 can s for 25 c en ts. ,
to teach tb*e spring term of 8 months school
found at 25 cenis.
V
THIRD OBADB.
H om e baked beaus 10 ceu ts p er can ,
— -- - —
lScenthandkerdiieffor
10
cents,
8^
for
irDistrict No. i8,-Lyndon.
- Arthur Armstrong AUVed Icheldloger
25
rents.'
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4 pound. Callftrnl* Prones for 99 cent*.
Ottie Lane
The collection-taken up at the Congreg! Gro. Bacon*
Good nandkerebref f<u 5 cents.
Austint)eeterle
F re s h seedless raisin s 5 cen ts.
^
Ladies hose worth 15 cents fwlO cents.
atlonal church last Sunday night for J..M. Florence Elsenman Clayton
Scheuk .
Mary Eder
Ladles
lioes worth 25 cents for 15 cents.
S p irits o f c a m p h o r 8a centa p er p i n t
Dunn amounted to 888.00.
Harotd.Glazier*
LadieH
lioos worth 85 cents tor25 cents.
3 P ackeges G erm an sw eet chocolate fo r 25 cents.
M. A. VanTtnb, Teaclier.
The
Deestrict
Skull
of
fifty
years
ago,
He
ioquarterefor
nll kinds of produce,
a po u n d s ro lled o a ts for 25 ffin ta .
We Are Still At It,
, We offer you
N o n e Suoh m ince m eat 3 packegesTor 25 cents.
5 pounds, c ra ck e rs for 25 cents.
F u ll cream cheese 12 1-2 c en ts per p o u n d .
G o o d N e w O r l e a n s flf© la s s e s 1 6 c e n t s p e r g a llo n *
T bars laundry soap for 25 cents.
m
pfi
“K lrk d lin e to r w a sh in g 15*cen ts p er package.
-—
B a n n e r sm o k in g tobacco 15,cents p e r pound.
T JE bice fresh lem ons 2 5 c e n ts p er dozen.
O n r gfi p en t coffee is m ak in g friends every day* ’
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During the Season of 1696
1
wore
If
rices
„efore you buy. I t will give u s pleasure to slio w y o u w h a t m
have, and
we feel confident t h a t we can please y o n . W e have n o -o ld paper, w ith the
exception of abou) fifty rolls, eyery th in g is b rig h t, new sto c k , th is seasons
p a tte rn s , all m atched w ith borders a n d ceiling.____________ ■
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Armstrong &, Co.
Have you been thinking of you EasterH atP
W e have, a n d if one o f o u r ja u n ty a n d a rtistic H a ts does n o t
sh a re your oom pany oh E a ste r m o rn in g i t ’s n o t o u r fau lt—
-nor -the Hat,B, Wo-are showing.tbe-Jietfest a n d moat stylish
bate, flowers, trim m in g s, etc. O u r i i ir e o f - 1 0 c e n t sohoot
h a ts oau’t be bea t in th e oounty--------- ----------------------------------
M H S. S T A F F A N ,
m
H a t c h & D u r a n d B ld g .
i aitran,
Deposit- your Money^in-the
FOURTH-ORADB.
the day will be here May 10.
The age of consent bill, which fixed
upon 18 years, has been reconsidered and
the age reducecHo-18 years.
rMlsTBertha Schumacher
numberofher young friends March 26tb,
the occasion beingher birthday/
Dr. Thomas Holmes was-called to Solo
iLella Geddes
Helen Burg
... “
Kantlelmer
Maggie Bnhmlller IR.
Christoa
KalmHach*
Julia
Bahmiller*
llaB
Ernest Coqks*
Benny Frey*
J . 0 ; T w itc h e ll,
FrederickaLamberi*
P H Y S IC IA N
AND
ra Harrihgtor, Teacher
FtFTII OBADB.
Herman Foster*
Aha Alexander*
Myrta Guerin*
Lee-Ackersou*
Harry Lyons
Carrie Al her B Schwikerath*
Mabel Bacon*
George Speer*
Hattie Bur«y
RbshZuIke
Luella Buciianan
Helen Bdeif
L ibbir Drprw, Teacher.,
Monday to officiate at the. funeral of the
infant son of Mr and Mrs Geo. Wing_____
Miss Cora Irwin and brother, George,
left for Chicago last Saturday, where they
expect to remain tho coming summer. ; . SIXTH GltADB.
'Wm. Barthelahd wife, of _Minneapolis, Warren Eddes*
IMInuto Huber*
are the guests of Mr, Barthold parents, Emily Steinbacb* |Einiiy Steiubach*
Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Barthol, of Garfield
Mara L. Wukbi.br, Teacher.
v""''rV.-‘ ' •/' .;'V'' f.i'/ ■■
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street.
SKVBNTHjpUAPB.
Mr. and Mrs, A. R. Welsh entertained Leonard Belssel* .(Bertha Schumacher*
a select company of friends at their home Lizzie Schwikerath |
on Rost Middle street lost Wednesday
H rnry J. S tiuson, Teacher,
evening.________•
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BIGUTH-GUADB,
Lillie Wackenhut
: March 27th; being Earnest Oooko's Floronce Martin*
Lula
Speer*
Florence
Ward
birthday he entertained a large number of
OoraStofer
his schoolmates at the homo of his parents
F lorence Bachman, Teacher.
M South Main street. >
HIIOItrSCBOftfc—
The wife of prof. Wilbur P. Bowen,
Marie Bacon
Lena Laird*
direcior of physical • training in the Nellie Bacon
Lena Miller
Normal School at Ypsilanti. died March Nate Bowen
Faye Moon*
Mary Broesamle i
Minnie Schumacher
26,1890, aged 29 years. r
Cl|ti8, Cartier* r
Bertha Spaulding*
Everyone who has an interest in Ver- Archie Qlark
Hattie Spaulding*
m outC erneteryisrequcstcdtoattcnda Elvlm-Clark*----- Tracy Sweellaud* _
Helena Stehibach*:
meeting at the Vermont 8chooI house, Nell Congdnn
Mabel
Fletcher*
Tlilrza
Wallace*
Saturday April 18,1805, at 2 p. m.---------- Edith Foster*
Maty Wunder
Orlev Wood*
Rev. Theophilus-Buyse, for 24 years Lillie Gerard*
Henry Wood*
pastor of St. John’sC a th o lic church, Andros Guide*
Fanny Hoover
Eric
Ztncke*
Jackson, dieddn an hospital at Millwauken Flora Kempf*
Lewis Zincke*
Tuesday night of heart disease and dropsy. Lena KrUse
1'Money may make the mare go,” but C. MgClaskie and N. Storms, Teachers
the Summit philosopher says ho has known
Thtmkfl.
’’many a chap who has learned by ex*
perieocc that tliemare makes the money
SU RG EO N .
XHRco in I f a to h & D tn a m l bnilditi^.
Dr. W. A. CONUN
D E N T IS T ,
Office
O v er G luaierie / D ru g Store,
CHELSEA, MICHIGAN, ,
G . W . P a lm e r .
PHYSICIAN
AND
3URGEON.
OOlce over KenipTs now bank, Chelsea.
H/ W. SCHMIDT.
^hysioisra&Hurgeon.
SpECiAiiTiESt—DtseRses of the
Noae/Tliroat, Eye anti Eur.
Office H ours:—10 to 12 amV
2 to 5.
,
Operative, Prosthetic
— and Ceram ic Pent;
istry in all theh
branches.' Teeth cx
amined and adviic
freo. S{)cciai
attention given to
children's teeth:- Nitrous oxide and LocalAnesthetic used in extracting; Permanently
located.
^
H . H . A V E R Y , D . D .S .
Office over Kompf Bro’s Hank.
DR.
go
17
B U ELL,
ail those that aided mo in the handsome
May festival, Ann Arbor, May 17 to 18 majority given at llie recent townshlp
J. D .S ciinaithan.
Michigan Central will sell excursion election.
’ Homeopathic Piiysician and Surgeon, / /
tickets for above occasion, atone fare for
-Office in Hatch A Durand bulldtofr-^
round trip, May 16 hud 17, good lo. return
------- g. Q.T, M,
Office hours—8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 6 p. J*.
MaylO.
_L_
Its Money is protected from fire and burglars by the best screw door, electrical
Important work to come Iwfore our
A business meeting of the Epworth
-alarmvburgiarproof vault-safe made. ----- ------ -------------------------------------------- League will be held Friday evening, April
W» J. Knapp, Pres. Thos. 8, Sears, Vice-Pres. Geo. P. Glazier, Oashier. 5th, in the M, E. church parlors. Come 5th, would earnestly, request a fullattend,
ance, especially those that never come.
and enjoy the musical program. H. J.
I t TMK tx tr.
It is your duty as well as those that do.
Sfimson, Sec. __ NO MUKAKINft
James W. Speer Com;
Andother spadsUies
The result of the Special Election last
G«nUemen, Ltdto* Bor*
and Mines mo the
Thursday was as follows: Whole number
S a lffh ts of th e Mhcoabces.
of vptea cast 862, of: which 217 were '**Yes”
B est In th e Wcjrld.
and 189 “No,” Six ballots were thrown
The State Commander writes us Com
See deMrtpUre edrertlie
meat which appear* la tw*
LincolnvNeb., as. follows: “After trying
outabd did not count.
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other medicines for wtiat seemed to be a
- Owing to unavoidable circumstances
Taka fto Sntstiretf.
very obstinate oough in our two children
tnitot on havlnd W* L*
the celebrated '06 club will be unable to
we tried Dr, Klug’s New Discovery and
DOUGLAS* SHOES,
appear before the public of Chelsea on
at
the
end
of
two
days
the
cough
entirely
with nans and toW*
the formerly advertised dates but will
Stamped on bottom. Solder
left
them.
We
will
not
be
without
it
appear on the 26th and 27tb.
hereafter. aa.our-cxperienco prov^i ihuUt
Rev. Irl B. Hicks, the St Louis weather cures where all other lcmectina. fall *1— I . - F . R iem em lieid r^rC itr
^ “Bissell”
”
D
P 10 W S .
Merits.
Pronounced by all who h'ave used' them
the Best plows on earth.
We also carry, a full line of the . best
paint manufactured in the world, “The
Peninsular.”
A fu ll' line of Hardware and Farm
implements.
C. E; WHITAKER.
forcasts of the cold and unpleasant March,
says spring will open early in April and be
favorable for early agricultural operations.
Th& weather will be wet up to July, and
August will be hot and dry. but not so
bad As last year.
iW Farlor Barber Shop,
not give this great medicine a trial, ns it is
guaranteed and trial bottles are free at R. ’1
*
C liG ls e a , j t l lc li ,
S. Armstrong and Co’s Drug Store:
Good work and close attention to bush
Regular slz^t 50c. and $1.00.
ness is my motto. With this'' In vlow, l
hope to . secure, at least, part of your
patronage,
A revised and enlarged edition of Dr. _
G S O . S D B R , P ro p .
Humphreys’ Specific Manual will bo sent
free to any addiless. Humphreys’ Med­
k a v e /
icine Company, William St John Sts., ' I b m k I
,Sew Yprk.
Proprietor of tho
Msdloal Booh, .
The two men who burglarized. J. J,
Raftrey's tailor shop last week, were cap.
tured near Grass Lake by Deputy Sheriff
Staffan and Under 'Sheriff Woods, lost'
Thursday. They hod disposed of some
of the clothing at'Grass Lake which led
to their arrest Nearly all the oiothfng
Shiloh’s Curo ls sold on a gu&rentcc.
was recovered. They are now boarding It curt-s Incipient Consumption. It.is the City Barlier Shop & Bath
with Sheriff Judson awaiting illicit trial iKMRCough Cure; - Only 25cts/ COotS/ and
;— Babcock building, N. Main St.
at the May term of court, .
$1,00, Sold by Armstrong $ Co, i
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LraAoa T m ih ip ,
MtohigaaFaotory toip*tloa.
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Act No. 125, session laws of 1898, di­
ets
"ahannual v Inspection of all ffiSr
except one Justice and Treasurer, The
manufacturing establishments In the
following Is the result.
Mate and places the work in the State La­
Supervisor
“
bor Bureau, under direction of the Com*
^ James Rowlett d
91
tnlsaloner of Labor, It also directs that
DeLancey Cooper r
official to make an annual report of the T h a t is, th e r i g h t k in d pays. A
. „to induce nil to rive our New Shoe Department ft. visit, w* Township Clerk
work done. Uoder the provisions of the d cased, well satisfied c u s to m e r is
i||0^ r^ia! i)rice8 on all New Shoe*.
* . '
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'.
Charles W. Miller d
act, the State wua divided into five In* tu r c h o ib a o f a d v e rtise n te n ts.
rffXnwk yo» to take Old Shop Worn Shoes at the nri
trices of
Frank Burkhart r ,
spectlon
districts, with a deputy inspector
l - l . nr 6\«\\ at reduced prices} but we do offe|P our New 81hoes,
k
at Township Treasurer
(br each. No work has been done In tlie Finest Quality of Goods,
Hener? V Heatley d
fdtiCftU i w y „ 1Old
1<u|uGood.
ftm'Jlvntirely uewly t'urni.M n«partment foil nf :New ant)
filth district, comprising the counties in
Thelipwwt Frioes,,
Dick Clark r
87 tbs upper peninsula, aim only partially
^Oerviciible Shoes, and we guarantee to sell them at prices suitable Justice of the Peace, full term
Oourteoua Treatment,
dons in the northern counties of the lower
Andrew
J
Boycyd
/titfces.
peninsula, the appropriation not being
prompt Delivery.
„ aw, times that we can buy New, Fresh Goods Cheap, and we
■*5
Alien
Skidmore
r
j
sufficient
to
cover
this
part
°f
the
work.
iS e h w ip . Please notice a few random items*
Are all needed to make a up our
Justice of the Peace, fill vacancy
The second annus) report has Jnst been
kind
of advertising.
HeneryGortood
_ - :
Issued apd is a work of much. value, alike
\
A
custopier
doesn’t feel like com­
Michael J, Graham*
p
to the manufacturers and their employes,
ing back when he is acid sham goods
Highway Commissioner
U give* s statistical table of the 2A88 at
>#*
<61 <\ifera Act'd shoe for ll«00i in ftU t i w i f 1
a Irigh price. . ■
JohnYoungd
,
fiKdories inspected during the. year 1894, This week we shall offer another
S ^ i a t t a r styj^ilioa lor»1 A t, «JI aiwa.
Harrison Hadley r
each fretory being known by ttslnspectiou lot of' Kairbaok’s Golden Cottolene 1 . <SeS * fliie shoe for $l*50,ftll 8iz«*
School
Inspector
number and all references through the at the extra low price of ffic per **
SlfaHiell ^ u r Own Make” $2,506ho* for $2.00.
Georg* A Huncjmn d
book refer to that , number. The table
! £ S «ll ‘‘Our Own Mmte,$8.00 shoe for $2.25* £
V
William
Collins
r
Our Teas and Coflfee*.
gives the Ibcatjop ami names of factories
flatter goods in proportion.
Drain Commissioner
wether tipping or idle; if running wether Are making customere every day.
Daniel McLaughlin d
(Ull or part time, wether running lull or When you want' an extra good cup
<3
Ernest Howe r *
part cap city, number of employes (with of tea or a.cup o f coffee) the finest
Board of Review
sex) when running ftill capacity, number you ever drank* just try tts, we have
i
natent tip kid shoe, New Goods for $1,25,
,
Francis Beemau d
Patent tip kid ahoe,^New Goods for $2.00, ,
employes now, average monthly pay roll, got the goods that will please yon.
Wellington Bowdlshr
goods manufactured, hours of labor, child
C S *“.00 Jufineon Shoafof * u o .
Constable
L S a r ia .5 0 Johnson Shoe for $3.00.
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tabor, increase or decrease, in wages and
James Canfield d
I f f i s in Ohelsea for OlUOr
* ------------- ^ *
other matters pertaining to the welfare 0
To users of this grade o f tea, we
James Moran d .
S i l t offer in Childrens >»ha*$ oil sizes; New Goods for $3.00
would slty that if you want someemployes.
GeorgeMiller d
gterf one is anxious to sell their old shoes 'because New goods are
, Following the,table is a list brail Changes thing that^ will- aiuk yon try, our
Qeorge Stanfield d
ordered by the deputy Inspectors. They Japan Fan mugs at &C per lb.
John Lee r :
tfrstsK deavor as always fco, lead in low prices.
show that a united effort Inis been made Better than wliat high-|mce<r
Comesad see these bargans In our “New Shoe Department*
Jarvis Goodwin/
to enforce the provisions of the law ant dealers charge you 12^o for.
. Louts Pane r
in every possible w.»y (0 protect employes
. C an n ed G oods.
wliile st work., The most important *0
Our list o f .canned goods corner
these orders arefhr fire escapes on build prises tlie finest goods that money
L im a Tow n sh ip O fflcw i
logs more than, two stories high, guards
«
Supervisor^W. H. Pancerd 2.--------- for elevator openingfl, protectlon of eaws, will buy.;
5nle agents for Chelsea for fche celebrated Bntterick patterns, Clerk—Otto D. Luick, r 89.
I fy o u w s n t^ a g o o d c n n o fG o rn r
belts,.-vats - pans, .and 6iher_jdiingerou» S u c c o ta sh , Feae, 3iim a B ean s, S tr in g
ithlj Fashion Plates, Delineators. Metropolitan plate, etcr
Treasurer—J. J. Klein, r 28.
places; also as to sanhury regulations, etc; B e a n s ^ o r iji fa c t a n y t h i n g in th e
Highway CotaV—Mason^WhlppIe, r 85,
Tliefe is also a delulled llsi^ f »1ThccI- c a n n e d vegetable lin e , d o n 't fo rg et
Justice (ull term)—Geo. C.Page, r 7.
dents reported In these 2,888 factories t h a t we w u rru n t every p ack u g e Wt*
Jua|lce
(vacanCy>—Samui
W,Tucker,T
eatherbonb
orsets
inspected durtog the year 1894.. It shows p;u4out^ >cV
^ :1 _ T Z
iliat there were only 128 accidents- of Hi
tla rY iittH b C ra n a
R*C0,?LaiHes
S S ? d, b y
Drain Com,-H. J. Hennlnger, r 12.
grades, during the year, aa compared with
School Inspector—Jacob Barels, d 17
C ra c k e rs
who wear then*
2215 reported in. tlie 2,068 Inspected in 1898
Lnest StyMfi
The Damnoatoftlw^
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Bd. of Review— A, Guerln, r l l,
Constables—John Btelubacb, 8, Geo.
Savory 12, Ciias. Mr Morse 2, Arthur
Hunter, 11, all r.
tComfortiMe.
Of these 128 there were only 14 fatal ones,
of ifaese five tieing by a boiler^ explosion at
West Bay City. This part of the report
shows . the utility of the inspection,
Human life amrpliysicai suffering cannot
TTnadiUa xtsmi.
be measured by a irfonney consider AtIon.
and ^Irat both Tinve been greatly prolcctea
-ewnnoi
be denied.
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8, Scripter returned home Dmn Wheeler
The deductions are most iotoiORlhig
last Friday.
. •. * . ■-i
. . footing up IbeloHH of time abd capmJty
F, E, North of Stockbrhlge spent giving tlie numltor of employes in all
nictoriea insixcivd, the avemge moiithiy
Sunday at home.
pay roll/changes ordered, accidents and
Mable Ives of fltockbridge vlalted at care oftiiose Injured, d|Hpo8ni0rr_0f~eU1 hi
labor, together with muon else of euterest
WlUFypers last^ee):.
JlWnfiwTop^aiat^ aw l c’m pidyrsr Tlie
Florence Palmer was elected orgcinest report should be in the office ot. every
manufacturer.
of the.Sunday school last Sunday.
TIUPCHMAVIK AEGIftTXBID.
Dress-Makers aayt "They an
—the best fittingcomt_on the
market'’ Merchants cheerfully
refund the money after 4 week's
,trial if not calisfactory. Call for
. them at the stores. ’
v/. .
w
best on earth.. ^ G a llo n can
25 cents, Gallon can* pine~
80 cen ts.
F resh lettu ce,
onions, new rudislw, fresh
' .“fc .1
1
1
/
. Satisfuction, good goods ii.nd b'X
prices always to be found aKOtitf
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store,
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THB MILP POWER CURE&
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1 f —S ap p ressed or P n ln fa l P erio d s- .8 8
1 S>~Whites.Too Profuse F eilod*........, , 8 8
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III, writes
1 3 -C r o a p . L a r y a ir lits, Boaneoea..., .O f
and
wouldbe
^ileascd.
to
.have
the.
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years, with severe pains In ids back ladies call and examine them.
$
and also that his bladder was afftc ted. He Artistic trimming my specialty
tried many so called Kidney cures but
Answering depends on where you go to find out.
_ w _____ eg Cough........
Ol—
Asthma* Oppmsod Breathing........ .88
without
any
good
result..
Alx>nt
a
year
We honestly believe that, your money is-worth niore
MM-but
piwnsrsm,
•»«*
ini* Dlsof
agd he began use ol Electric Bitters and
ififgffilOl) Enl&rgod Glands,
—»V■■r. SweUlwr
T
3-Scrofula,
*8ft
Over H o lm es-sto v e.
t
2enerst
Debility,
Physical
W
eahaess
A-flcBefat
Debility*
PhysicalWcslasis
a ft
|—fidieiL-clotks is the basis of comparison.
found iCliei at once. Electric Bitters is
93-Dropsy* end Scanty S ecretions.....85
M**Sea.Slokae»s, BicknwsfromJUdlag *»ft;
Here ie a chance to prove it, try
C> Specially adapted to cure of nil Kidney T H I S I S A P R O G R E S S I V E A G E . U -X liu r IMseaeee...... ............
and Liver troubles and often gtves-almosl
NEWAKD STARTLTKGDISC0VKRIE8
a if - o o r o M on th , op CABtaf.....;
*25
inBtaut relief. One Trral wltt prove our
~aC-.T liaR ? y W e a k n ess* Wetting Bed. ,8 B 'Y * ARKMADE.DAILY -----31—Palafal Porlodw# _
statement. Price ,ob1y 58b fur large bottle.
The greatest discovery for sufferers of 33— Diseases ofChe Heart.Palpitation1.00
—
Epilepsy, Spasms, fit Vitus’Dooco...1.0® ’
At F. P^Glazier & Co’s. Drug Store—
catarrh, Huy fever, Astliiim is Mayers, 38
34—Dlphtnerla*CkerstedSoreTbfoat.. <85
Magnetic Catarrh Cure.' Iis wonderftil Sft^-ChronlcConsfestlont& ^rupcionfl. ,85
cures since iis discovery nro known to 8ft«t10 OR- HUMPHREYS’
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will do the work and lasts for a f tires*
tings and with different methods of train­ mouilis treatment. Entirely new, no
ing and pruning the plants, with the foil* other remedy made, like It. Tills is what
the eminent D iv Henesy 0»m u*ton Al­
owing summary of conclusions:
exander, :D. D , L, Lr -D.,r-)HiS=to‘-s«y -of
HUMPHRE V S’
This year, if low prices, fair deal- 1. There is not enough gain to warrant its marvelous cure
. iug and firsl-cluss goods, .with ex* the additional trouble and expense of The Mayers Drug Co.. '
W I T C H HAZEL OIL
“ THE PILE OINTMENT.”
tomatut.j seeds before March 1,
vOaklaiid,,
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wrieticed help, cut any
ssowing
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the ordinary tiold-crop tbey-ahould— GenUan<uu.-i!dExiizL^Cfe^L^
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ous to farmers to give Uy their trnde. the crop earlier, but reduces the quantity years from nasal and post tm^ui catarrh,
lh* sure to get our prices Wj»B «»d materially. 8. Seeds from green fruits und the bone in my nose lias been visibly
F arm
of all kinds, and a greater weight of fruit per plant changed in its shape.
After a trial of all manner of good and
also g a rd e n tools.
than sun ripened or normal, 4. Cuttings Ihdtffrrent reciples, I have no licsitaiion in
are decidedly earllef and more product* pronouncing your Magnettic Catarrh Cure
ive during the early part of the season the best, tlie speediest and' most vfieetnid
remedy I liave yet encountered. I wish
than normal or parent plants, 5. Pruning and predict your success in the effort to
IMWtWrWCIWBMTOOM plants before setting In the field retards demonstrate the value of yonr neat ttcvlce
in. the way of a truly scientitic and mer*
QAIOUNE* flOEl INANY8T0VI*. maturity of the fruit.
itor ions inhalant. You have made mo
n n w v p f f no sioitx,
your
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the
Complexion
and
cures
Constipation,
Pries, and TorSjJBold
and
positively
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’GEO. WEBSTER, the TaUor.
Hardware
aiid
Furniture
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Mrs. F. 8. May vlstted at L. W, Allyps
At North Lake one day last week.
KALAMAZOO. MICHIQAM.
—.Frank, and. Maud May visited their
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brother, Edson May, in Dexter last wet k.
A-MMenUcure for ttwdtiwte n»n»d.-—
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ReaacAtee of the WorU.
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t>ew
impor
Eugene Josllns iu. Sagioiuv- lasL
DryQooda, Notions, Clothing and Oarpeta,
or Moeonr.
«v*«l mimr
tutions of the latest shapes uiid - uar—
Thursday.
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IIJV 0 4 P IB U V I.
EIG H TY TEAKS OLD.
HONOR.
IN BISMARCK'S
____
b o « i o f L ife Att«a<u t o e F orest Fim a to '* Birthday ObsarvaneeT Im ported from
SIX PERISH.
K eotu ek y.
TIm (ftvrti have tedded tfcfit refutiax to take
oewepopen
and pertodioel*
IrowtoepoetoO
toe. 9*
ranoemfiaadteaviag
them uncalled
lor i*vrit<
tcKfeew*®®®«( jntxntional vaauu.
T he standard colors of th e P ostal
\ xunion will, i t is expected, be adopted
by th e United States governm ent.
T hese e o lo r s a r e green fo r orib-cent
stam ps, red for two-cent stom ps and
b in e for five-cent stanlps. Most of. th e
p o sta l nnion countries have adopted
them ,
—^
. -
Tow ns lu Germany.
R upkshkim, April 1.—A t noon
>
Sun­
H o n o r t o t h e A g e d Bht-Oh& noellor
Clovkrfort, Ky., April 1.—The m ost
day
■
th
e
peppieo
f■
the
Rhine
yalley
o f U n ite d G e rm a n y . .
destructive forest fire ever seen h ere
h as been rag in g a few m iles back o f united in honoring Bismarck a t th e
national m onument on the S iederwald.
brides Btamavek Visited by* 3M Members Cloverport. One person is know n to
have perished, and th e property loss . Conservatives, national liberals an d
Tel ttuTBeielMtoE and Pt u i Im b lit*
w ill ru n in to th e hundreds of thou* cen
- trists took p a rt in .the ceremonies.
Bmperer t? u u » a 'i Tribute to toe
The people of Rudesheim placed on
sands. N a t Bend, a w ealthy bachelor of
Soldier and Statesman,
th
e n atio n al m onument a lau rel w re a th
•*>' ' J'«m
m
—
Lew isport, w a s' found d e a d , in th e
on* w hich was inscribed* “A G rateftu
Bx r u x , M arch 27.—T h e celebration sm nkiug forest S atu rd ay m orning, His R hineland,”
The ceremonies con*
horse came dashing in to Victoria, rider*
o f th e 80th anniversiry. of th e birth of
slated
of
music;
addresses,
pa­
Prince Bism arck, w h ich b ccu rs A pril 1, less a t m idnight Friday n ig h t, and it is rades and illuminations, a t night.
m aybe said to hav© comm enced Mon supposed Mr. Hend w as th ro w n and so Immense crowds took p a rt M th e Uts?
i» y , U SM
t th e reie h .to g ‘ *‘»®£ed « “ * $ • " “ “ “ W*’ *0
j......
............ and business
« 4 th e P rorelan d ie t sta rte d d e rio * |
A pril l.- F * o t. a 1hO T ^T w ere^dw orsted. Festivities to
th e day to r trie d rlo h sru h e ^ ia o rd er to j ^
B ru n er w as burned to death t o honor of .Prlooe Bisjnarok w ere held
* - Em- fo rest fires .near Viotorla. Frof. B ru n er fe tu rd a y to W Ittontarg, E ssenrohr,
T he m arble W ashington m em orial
a rc h on W ashington square, a t th e fo o t
* pf F ifth avenue, being now com pleted,
. w ill be form ally presented to . th e city*
o f New York by th e com m ittee in
charge, on April 30, th e 106th annlver* W ™ w p ^ o l e j ^ e r h o t o r t t o .
sary of W ashington's in auguration a s pluee a t 8:20 o'clock T uesday m ornpresident, "' ‘ i
’•
i t^ . 'w6wn ( p o ^ S
■Dog farm ing is carried on extensive*
ly in China. * There a re thousands o f I}1
larg e breeding establishm ente sc a tte r­
e d over the no rthern d istric ts of M an­
c h u ria and Mongolia, and n o d o g sk in s
in th e w orld can compare w ith th o se
t h a t come fro m ,th e s e p a rU -a s re g a rd s either, size, quality o r le n g th of
h air.
j
"
*
*
" T *
i BS K 2 $ £ &
W
i _ S n ecials from Prince Bismarck were xoffered in a ll
wIstirKentuckrand iouth- :the Protestant churches ip
tooe,, left the speotol traln . near ■^ n d i r a ^ e p o T that the forest Sunday. The sohool cWldren will have
uapah
is
sorry;
Tb® Diet F m ih i R moI dUodi of B i n ^ j
Au Armistice Is DeclMtrcd.
Yokohama, M arch 27. -Resolution.!
have been su b m itted to th e J u p a n ^
d iet re g re ttin g th e a tta c k made upon
Viceroy LI H ung Chang, who was shot;
and wounded in th e face Sunday m
Shliponoseki by a y o u n g Japanese, sup.
posed to have been carried aw ay by
cess of p atrio tic feeling.
____
W ashington, April 1. — The f0i.
low ing telegram w as received by the,
Japanese foreign office:
•’On too opening of too negotiations ihr
Chinese plenipotentiary proposed on aruis.
lice, wbloh the Japanese goYergmont
was vrUling to acoepfc ob certain i0a,
dltions While this negotiation was u&>
Ing, oq. the untoward event happened
on the porson of too Chinese plenipotentiary
His majesty, having in view this unhappy
currents©, commanded toe Japanese plenipo­
tentiaries to, consent to a temporary arm take,
without conditions., This was oomtnunieated
to the Chinese plenipotentiary."
.M inister Kurinc? sa y s t h a t th e offcot
of th e em peror’s ord er w ill be the imm ediate cessation o f aggressive ,Hostili­
ties, and t h a t th e Ja p an e se arm ies will
m ake n o t f u rth e r .advance as long ns
th e arm istice laOto Some fighting m:ty
occur i f provoked by th e Chiheso, but
tb e sccond step to w ard peace has been
practically ; token*. th e arrival of LI
H ung Chang an d th e satisfactory chsr»
-a
. c te. ro f. his p lenipotentteryoredteutials
^ .
having been th e first,
fires a re still raging, .b u t definite a holiday t o ^ a y ; , The teaohers on Sat*
inform ation from an y localities is urday spoke to th eir pupils ab o u t Bislacking. The loss is estim ated a t 8200,* toarck, 'e x to llin g ^ th e ex-cbanceUor a
000in K entucky and: less in Indiana. f services to the fatherland.
.
T h e d e a th of Henry F ilen n ear Bowling 1 F bikdiucubbuhe, April 1.—The Bis*
Green, Ky., and tw o negroes and th a t m arok celeb ratio n is in full sw ing, and
of Mrs. Penny, in; addition to those al* - every day seems to odd to th e eothusiread y reported, m ake three w hite m e n ,. asm displayed by the German people
tw o negroes and nm* woman l o s t . ' over th e e ig h tie th . anniversary of t,he.
W hile th e farm ers have been plow ing b ir th of the old chancellor. E very
T he tw o oldest secret trad e processes
and doing every th in g to prevent th e tra in arriving a t Friedrichsruhe is
now in existence a re considered to be
th e m anufacture of Chinese red, or verspreading of fires,- and th ere is no loaded w ith presents for th e aged
B E EFST EA K S C O M E H(GH.
m illio n , and th a t m ethod o f inlaying
d oubt of th eir loss and danger; y e t i t statesm an, and every p o st brluga
of c o n g ra tu la to ry ' le tte rs DmUtdelpbliTlIutcher* Advancer Drlcca All
th e hard est steel Avith g o ld - an d silv er
Is believed th a t greatly^exaggerated’
Along the l,in«,t '
h o t only! from people in Gerniany
w hich seem sfo h^re been practiced a t
rep o rts o f the fires have been oircu*_____
PniLADELPmA,
M arch 30'—A general
lated.
‘
i butYrodi Germans and others
through1
Dam ascns ages ago, and is know n o n ly
7..7.77^V . "7
izod.
world.
T
housands
J
effersonville
,
Ind.,
April
1,—F
ires
'
o
u
t
the
civilised,
advance
in
th
e
price
o f beef, both in the
to the.S yrian smithy and th e ir pupils
oleafiing“
upon
thousands
of
special;
Bism
arck
w
holesale
a
n
d
r
e
ta
il m arket, wus
even to th is day.
w hiuh h ad been started in: a
post
cards
have
been
.sold.
and
a
g
re
a
t
m
ade
-F
rid
a
y
.,
T
h
e
shipm ents, of
on th e Knobs, .a- few m iles. n o rth w est
PRINCE
BISMARCK,
num
ber
have
beeh
mailed
to
the
United.
cattle to P h ilad elp h ia
now are
Mb. Gladstone is a believer in th e
of, here, were fanned by a gale and
th eo ry th a t a m an can do b e tte r men* Anm nehle. w here he m ounted a horse. soon got. beyond control; .destroying—States,—-Those-in-Germany w ho-have about 1 one-half w h a t they wore
la s t year, nnd,
ta l w ork every year to extrem e old age and, attended by a b rillia n tly uni- thousands of dollars' w orth of fencing, i received them have p u t themlcorefuUy a t . th is tim e
i f b e tak es care of his body. - He claim s fqjm ed staff, rode quickly to th e spot Haussdale, a ham let' located on th e away, to be preserved as mqipentoes of as there, is n o t. a v ery larg e stock of
t h a t th e m ind grow s stro n g er a n d
tted for the assem bling of th e lh ie o f th e Louisville division, of th e the iron chancellor a n d the g rea t out- beef on hand, th e ow ners of the ciiiSj
c le are r as the body loses v itality, an d
>ps detailed to do honor to Prince fen n sy lv an ia system, was partially d e - ' poindog of the public h e a rt in his are g e ttin g -large figures for them.
t h a t if is only-disease of th e la tte r th a t
T he advance in th e re ta il prico is
stroyed. No accurate estim ate can bo . honor.
imarok.
''
:“7 ‘
can prev en t an in tellectual progress
given
as
to
losses;
b
u
t
ttw
d
l
am
ount
).
Sunday
the;
prince
received-.his
first
Ti.Tuite
large. Chuck^roastsv-whieh hiwe,
Prince Bism arck h ad come in 1an
-thafcw ill go on to the end.
up
to
m
an
rth
o
u
sa
n
d
s
of
dollarsr
----(-congratulatory:
telegram
—
from
a
been
selling
a tH fre m -8=to—lS- cents »open carriage and wore^ th e net*
E
nglish
,
Ind.,
April
1.—News
lias
a
t
.
crowned
head
outside
of
Germany.
I
t
pound
for
some
tim e, now bring
form of the _ H aberstadt cuiras­
l o u i s 'H . S ullivan , a well-known siers. T he officers saluted, the,troops rived from -the south and southw est was from K ing Oscar of Sweden and 18 to 14 cents.
R ib roasts, whioh
a rc h ite c t .o f. Chicago, hasjuB treeeived presented arm s, the bands played pa­ -p art of . th is county of excesslva insa contained a g ra ceful expression of his wereJrom.14J.O.20 cento a pouiut. «ro
from the French governm ent a trio of triotic airs and th e em peror welcomed by fo rest fires, whioh originated from m ajesty’s in te re st in the occasion and now 10 to 85 cents. ' Sirloin steaks have
m edals done in gold, in silver and in th e prince w ith th e g re a te st h eartiness. fires sta rte d to clear fields for th e " h earty w ell vylshes for the priuerfs been quoted a t 18 to 25 cents, but the
bronze, which have been se n t to him B is m ajesty j^ien took up a position in plow ... A ll, the', dwellings, b arn s and welfare.
■ r ’
price h as advanced to 25 to 30 cents a
in acknowledgm ent of his g ift o f a .front, of th e troops an d -delivered an haystacks- belonging- to A. Robinson,, j H amburg, April 1.—One of the' fea- pound, an d ru m p steak s, which coidd
c o lle c tio n ^ )fm o d e T a l> fa rc h ite c tu ra i address of congratulatio n to th e prince. W illiam Finch, George F. Elker, Har- tu res of the Bismarck celebration h e ra be h a d a t 16 cen ts a poupd, are uow |7
decorative ornam ents to th e N ational Then, In th e nam e of th e *army, the vey Benbo and Jam es Land were re- was the hpldiqg o l a ' ‘commers’-organ* to 20 cents._______ _________
Musee des A rts Pecoratifs in P aris;.
emperor presented P rin c e Bismarck duced to ashes and thirty-four persons -ized by the R eichstag Electoral union,
FOR WEST PO INT,
w ith a Bword of honor, w ith antique are ?houseless* The estim ates of th e Sixteen hundred adm irers of, the prince
T h e enor mouB-feize "Sad:
were present End hundreds had to be Partial Llat of Sucoetiful Candida tea fof
form, richly embossed an d inlaid w ith loss 18 $40,000.
-stru c tu re of native- houses- is-am ong gold.
B ays City , Kan., April l .^ F ir e de* -turned aw ay from .the doors owing to
Cadotahlpa.
th e rec en t surprising discoveries of ex­
lack
of
room.
Several
•
senators,
the.
stroyed
th
e
b
e
tte
r
p
a
rt
of
the
business
In presenting Prince B ism arck w ith
W ashington, M arch 80.-T-The follow­
p lo rers am ong the villages—inhabited th e sword of honor E m peror W illiam, district, including seven stone and president of th e house of burgesses, of * ing is a p a rtia l list of th e candidates
b y num erous w arlike tribes—scattered referrin g to the presence of th e cuiraa- tw e n ty fram e buildings. Three blocks i flclals and th r e lite of H am burg society who have passed successfully the ex­
a lo n g th e stream s of New Guinea^ -siers, said th a t he handed him the g if t Were burned, causing an a g g re g a te : wore present,
am ination fo r cadetships a t W est Point
Houses 300 to 400 feet long and 100 i^ re c o g n itio n u f his deeds, adding: ~ lo s s o f 8W,000.
Sundaj^all the public.ond a m ajority m ilitary academy. T h ey w ill enter: the
fe e t b ig h , among- the larg e st in th e
"I could not have found a txfUor present than
of the private buildings- in the city academy in Ju n e next:
SUDDENLY CALLED.
w orld, are reported to be n o t uncom­ s sword, vfaether as the weapon of to© aoolent
were decorated w ith flags and bunting
Illinois—F. Van S.' Chamberlain; Chicago: 0.
German or as a symbol of never-faliing re­
m on.
Doexp«et®d
Death
in
Chicago
of
Hon.
A,
C.
in
honor
of
th
e
occasion*
A
t
n
ig
h
t
V.
H, Moseley, Evanston; C. fX Fanner. Jr.
source, and upon it are engraveduhe united arms
i! Healng**Apoplexy the Cause.
. th ere was a general illum ination on a Mount Carroll: William H. Burttr Hinsdale: J.
of
the
Reichsiand,
May
your
serene
highness
r& xoE is a fabric th a t oan quietly be Iooi{ upon this as .a token of gratitude "for
W. Johnson, Sterling.
Cuioago, April l.—A nton Caspar Hes*7-»oale -that had n o t been attem pted"ba- —Indlnas^-C
m ade to represent large am ounts of deeds recorded in history which were brought
D llerron; Crswforaavtllc."
ing,
fa
th
e
r
of
W
ashington
H
osing^the--fore
in
a
quarter-of
a
century.
Iu^
the
Iowa—
G.
8,
Siinonds,
Creseo; W/ W; Stickle*
m oney. T he Astors have been credited to a conclusion twenty-five years ago. Ept us,
postm
aster
a
t
Chicago,
died
suddenly
!
window
of
every
shop
there
w
a
s
'
disAnamosa.
comrades,
shout
a
hurrafe|or
his
serene
high
w ith ow ning.lace worth.83,000,000, a n d
Mlohisan—L. S. Ifamor. Grand Uapiils; JrC
,t=-bis—residence—Sunday ^morning^of 7 played eith er a^svi'eathed p o rtrait or a
*tho V anderbilts^vaiue th e ir laces at’ nessT^Priuee^BismarolL^mfeof-Lauen
Clipper, ftpringfleld^ J. L. Rowley. .PortHu?
apoplexy.
.
He
retired
late
Saturday
bust
of
the
g
re
a
t
reichskanrier.
In
ad*
As
the
troops
p
re
H
jte
d
.
anus,
the
$5,000,000. The pope is said to bo con*
rontrG^r HcJaoksoa? Muskegoutrii.-W.^Oliver, th e s o l a ^ g shouted and n ig h t a fte r finishing his work fo r Sun- Edition some of the windows contained Eso a h a b a . ______ "tent w ith only 875,000 represented in band played,
lismai-ck—c rie d ^ -Jie c o v e rin g -td a y
-Stoats Ze ttu n g -in a p - . historic-scenes^and^ portratts"~oT^ Em* ■ Minnesota—Kay Cornwell,Wlnonaj G (J nnie- lace, a n d ' the princess of Wales
Moorehoad.
his
composure,
th
e
ex-chancellor
said:
j
p
a
re
h
tly
good
health. E arly Sunday peror William.
- boast of only the modest sum otS25Q,*
Nebraska—E. H. Humphrey. Omaha.
“Will
your
maiesty
jerm
lt
me
to
lay
at
your
j
m
prning
his
atten
d
a
n
t
noticed
some\
The
students
a
t
n
ight
gave
a
com*
OOP expended in the dainty meshes.
Ohio—U Halstead, pinelnnati; R. J* Arm*
..feet my most hurthle t.hanks. - My..mUlt a ^ th in g w rong and Bent fo r-th e postmaa* , m m , a tw h lc h S6vepty-n(no corps and
strong, Celina; E. E. MpNally.kSpritrglietdrfi
posttlohln rejatlouto' y^ur majesty will not
ter, b u t the old gentlem an died before- every German university w as repre­ U. Comm'agor. Toledo . ___ .1 -------A careful record kep t a t Yale for allow mo further to exproas my fcellnKs.”
'
! sented. Many gray beards, from 60' to
^iscon^in—G A. Tirott, Milwaukee: F. W.
He th en kissed th e k aiser’s hEnds [ he arrived.
-eight years ^hows th a t non-sm okers
K |A . C Hosing was born In toe province of . 70 years of age were also present. The Oldepburg, Antigo.
and
his
m
ajesty
u
rg
ed
him'
are 20 per cent, taller, 25 per cent,
I-Olddonburg on January 6,' 1883; and oame to
his
carriage,
which America in 1840. At Cincinnati he married • proceedings were of the custom ary
Spain an«l the ^lllitnea Incident. .
heavier and have 60 per cent, m ore to m ount
Washington , A pril 1. — Reports
dung capacity than smokers. A recent Prince Bism arck did only w hen th e Louisa Lamprey and in 1854 toe couple came boisterous character. Students’ songs
g rad u atin g class at Am herst presented crown prince had first en tered th e ve to- Illinois, He Woe actively engaged-in were sung, t}ie singers being accompa- th a t th e Spanish governm ent is taking
steps to m eet the req u ests of the United:
._sa sim ilar difference-ih favor of non* h id e a n d taken
T elegram s; are States; in the A llianea affair, that
sm okers, who had gained in w eight 84 The ex-chancellor,
all parts of the-empire-j-tho com m ander of tho offending;
' p er cent, over the sm okers and in emperor, drove
' .'
__
| announcing th a t Rismarckiau fetes Spanish cruiser h as been relieved
: h e ig h t 37 per cent.. and also exceeded and, a fte r the rounds h ad been made; Zeltun*.
iMr. Eesin? bocajne'a promlnent an<T!nfl.ueh* ' have been com menced w ith g re a t spirit, froip his ship and th a t orders have
th e trbops filed past .Prince Bismarck,
them in lung capacity. .
lial figure in toe west from toe time he pur- Throughout,Gprmnwv SMndnt*
th e em peror personally leading Bis­ ohosedtoe Staats-Zeitung in 1867. A map ef inrougnoutU erm aR y Sunday n ig h t joy been sent to th e o th er Spanish com*
' P kiuiaps th e most im p o rtan t new s m arck's cuirrassiers. ‘
fearless_nature and ajrength and tenaoity 0f f t ^ w-ere Dar n iBgon th& highestm oun- rpanders in Cuban w a te rs ^to^observe
""“item of_the day is the annouhcem eh.t ^ t th e luncheon. EmpeTor W illiam purpose, he was heard in vigorous terms oh all “te in peaks and hills from the Baltic to th e requirem ents of in tern atio n al law;
questions. Of late years hp had not the N orth sea and to the Swiss and and refrain from Im proper in terfere no?:
f r 6m th e New York board of h e a lth presented Prince Bism arck w ith th e PuhUo
been active In publto life and had' devotAd Apatrfan
froutlers— orr tlie south, with: th e Ships o f th e U n ited States or
’ t h a t th e general m o rtality -fro m -d ip h - s e a l- fr om th e w ritin g ,1ta b le of hhr muon or his time to the iosteringofcharitabie
--^theriahas-been-reduced-fbrty^er-ceitt. g ran d fath er, Em peror W illiam I.
institvrttons. atnong whToh was the Altenheim, J**0®
Russian frontier on the east other-foreign nations,have caused much
> home for aged Gormana.*]______ ____;____ • j *».
— from th e jmccessfnl application of anti—S'rsDce, .-Belgium- gratification in official circles'here;
Mere TrOopi SeiSt.
to x inc.__Thfi.rate_wiU,nf course, be re ­
anq^-the-—N
eth
erlands—
on-^rth^-Avest^
COMEB* a t l a s t .
M adrip , March 30.—-Prem ier Canovas
'Kill® Seven Hundred Soldier®. £
■
duced still lower as the use of the sen* d e l Castillo said ini an interview T hurs­
Never before in the history of tho em ­
P
anama
,
Colombia,
M
arch
27.—The
Welcome
Shower®
Fell
In
Many
North*
ru m becomes more general and sk ill­ day: " I t is undeniable th a t th e situapire has-there been.such such a h eart­
western States*
ful; One of the most fatal diseases has Hon in Cuba is very serious. The gov*
felt exhibition of love b f the German governm ent has issued a b u lletin claim*
CnioAoo,
April
1.—Rain
fell
general­
people.
____ ______’
ing a victory over th e rebels a t Boyncti.
been practically conquered.
ernm ent m ust use all m eans to ly th ro u g h o u t Iowa and N ebraska, a n d
I t w as a costly one, how ever, for put of
BEHEADED HIS CHILD.
m aintain the in teg rity of th e kingdom in some portions of Illinois, Minnesota,
th e 3,000 troops u n d er Gen. Reyes, which
— . T h e . Mjssourb, assem bly has passed and crush' the rebellion speedily and
M ichigan and Missouri Saturday, Aa Insan® Xowau Murtlor® Ills Soven*Yoar» forms th e expedition, 1,500 dropped off
th e St. Francois bosln’lev ee b ill ^arry*- thoifo'ughly. Seven thousand troops and relieved the fears of
■Old: Son.,
tho
th ro u g h fatigue o r disease during the
in g an appropriation of 820,000 to com* w ill s ta rt for Cuba to-day and 2,000 will
Clinton, la., Aprli l. — August toarch, and of th e rem aining 1,r>UO
farm
ers
in
those
localities,
whose
pltete the levee and p ro tect w hat is’ be ready to follow them. In six m onths
Swanson m urdered h is -7-year-old- son whioh gave b a ttle to th e rebels 760
k n \w n , as the sunken lands of south­ 80,060 more w ill be ready. Indeed we rapidly drying cisterns and parched some
time Friday n ig h t and has disap- were killed boforo victory .rested with
pastures
and
fields
portended
short
e a s t Missouri.
This leveo commences are prepared to send 100,000 if need be,
peared. Swanson lived in the northern the governm ent forces.
crops
and
disaster
to
stock.
T
hrough­
a t a poin t one m ile above P o in t Pleas* for we m ust end this stru g g le once for
o u t Colorado, in n o rth w estern Ne­ p a rt of the city w ith his threo children,
- a n t, on th e Mississippi:river, and ru n s a ll.’*
Dallou I* Dead.
braska, and in Wyoming the w orst Albort, aged 7; Victor, aged 3, and Au­
so u th forty-six miles to th e A rkansas
B oston, April l , —A cable d ijp ite h
The governm ent has received the
gust,- aged 9. About t\yo weeks ago the
'lin e , th ere connecting w ith th e Arkan* resignation of Capt. Gen. Caltcjas. The snow and wind storm th a t h as been m other died in a hospital in this from Cairo, E gypt, announces th ?
«&& levee, which is over 160 m iles long. Spanish consul in Jam aica telegraphs fe lt for years- rag ed a ll day, and re­
ports indicated a , serious stoppage of city. The fath e r had been in th e doath th ere of M aturin M. Ballou,
th a t the expedition organized by the railroad traffic as a result.
'| state insane asylum for treatm en t, and the well-known editor,, p ublisher ami,
N ot only are apples of w ell rocog* insurgent leader Maceo, is expected to
w riter. . Mr, B allou
w as
bora
a. few m onths ago
aero was discharged
disohurt
The d ro u th which
has prevailed
for___________
______________
___
nizod h ygcnic value, bu t th ere is an
nff ♦-byftaat
a
Boston
Iun,,t8grr,'ttT
iT!Hv’ak'
Ciltioi'n
aw*"*
7
1
8
“
a MuinluDi1
apple cure f o r dyspepsia, ju s t ns theFe
publisher
of
the
first
illustrated
week*
nois, Indiana andi Michigan, w as toust have again caused him to become
Thnraton U t v e i for H onolulu.
Is a m ilk cure. Some physicians th a t
broken
Sunday b„
^ ______
_ Insane, for Friday ntghV^fie m urdered ly paper in this country, which, was
>y a heavy
rain fall,
W
ashington
,
M
arch.
80.-~Minister
practice the apple cure require tjie ir
known a t the. outset as Ballou’s
p a tien ts to cat from ohe to three ap ­ T hurston’s form al note to Secre­ oausing a decided improvement in drop his 7-year-old boy in the most Monthly.
ples for breakfast; about as m any fo r ta ry Gresham, announcing his in­ prospecte. R ain c o n tin u es. to fall in brutal m anner, chopping his head
Washing­ N ebraska, Minnesota and tho Dakotas. off with an ax. He had made
Iowa Miner* to Strike.
luncheon, and perm it them to tak e a tended departure from
ton,
which
reached
the
secretary
complete
preparation
fo
r
th
e
deed,
Ottumwa, la,, M arch 30.- S i x thou­
d in n e r of m oderate am ount and varie*
FEAR A BEEF FAMINE.
-----arranging a m attress to catch th e sand m inors now w orking in th e mines
ty . T his diet is some tim es k e p t up for W ednesday morning, is understood
then g ettin g a block of wood of forty-tw o o perators w ill be called
m an y weeks together, a n d (w ith mark* to be brief alm ost to th e point of Frio®® at Philadelphia Daring the Fa«t
ourtness.
I
t
contained
np
refer­
; Few Week® Increase 9ft Per Cent.
I 0,1 which to place the child’s neck but on strik e ag ain st accepting a re*
ed results.
ence to a leave of absence or
P hiladelphia , April 1.—A beef famarranging a basin of w ater near duotion from th e 1894 scale of prices.
H arbor point, next to Mack in nek is­ eause of departure, b u t under Tuesday's ine, the most alarm ing In the history in which to wash his hands. To b e The decision was p ractically arrived at
land. and one of th e m ost famous of date simply stated th a t he intended of tho Crude for m any years, th r o a te n ^ S u r c - tb a t he would succeed in be- by the m lpers, and tw en ty •th rc0 -oper‘
M ichigan resorts;, w ill, it is feared, to . d ep art for Honolulu Wednes­ the en tire eastern section of the ooun*
s
child, be had taken ato rs who m et here in conference Frl*
soon be a thing of the past.
Some of day afternoqn-, leaving Secretary try.
Philadelphia consumers are * hand ax and sharpened it very day. The la tte r o p erato rs agreed to
th e older residents of H arbor Springs H astings in charge of th e Hawaiiau le* suffering
from
excessive
prices. sharp, w ith which to do the deed. pay th e scale.
say i t is gradually being engulfed. A gallon. ■ ________ .
The price of live beef has increased * ? ho whereabouts of tho fath e r are not*
Rarglsr® s t a r t » Fire.
few years, ago a portion of the end of
For Home Rate.
25 per cent, d u rin g the past few weeks, k n°wn, b u t he is supposed to have
R
ichmond
H a rb o r point sank o u t of sig h t in the
,London, April l.-~In *the jion'se of
id, a s a n a tu ra l consequence, the
d°wn tho r iv e r 'in k ‘ »ttiw i
*. Me.,
— T M arch ^8.—Burglars,
S
bay . a nd it is- now-foarod-t h a t th am na® eommon s Friday a Tesolu tlon .to give
'lee of d ressed beef took a corroSpohd-...**otghbd ra Saturday noon1, not s e e i n
g
^ r o t r t h e poKt'Dffice'
th in g will take place w ith the whole home rule to England, Ireland, Scot*
r^htop. The m eat exports from •Whs of life about the kamo*.
sta rte d a fire w hich resulted in
p o in t. The point is covered w ith hand* land and Woles was adopted by a mathe
the dofitructlon of six stores,,the Westladelphia d uring th e p ast two gated and found
__ _
0 otner^ children ern
TJninti
Aome' cottages.
,
jorlty q< 24,. the vote standing. 188
Ohs, it is saiclLexcecded the nsual ex- ^ k e d in q room dowjiVt..:f |, ttnd tfat ern Union T olegranh office and the
At. office. The b u rg lars secured 80W>
f a v d rto 108 againaL
r ts f o r a wholo year,
t,le tourdered child in aseo*
ond story room .'
M
stam ps and S200 id o ash .
ui HgBkS' Ifl' -'MfCTourfr H-,
1
1
1
ut»afi* The amtlB,
m ....w
his punishment;
Cabinet Consider* the Quettlon of Asking
Frence to Explains
,„„rl»onm<mt t o r t h e A e sa U W ashington, April 1. — The tele­
gram from Gov, Morrill urging the
president to extend protection to ex;■
order o ' A r u ilttle r K xtead r CoubuI W aller, a citizen of Kansas, re­
ported imprisoned in Madagascar by
order of a French court-m artial, has
olForvc**j o t y e t been received a t the w hite
house. The president, however, after
April ! • - * AlsP“to h f * ° ? a consultatio n w ith his cabinet, baa
Central S ew s s y s t h a t
# i ° “ thoyoanfc' Japanese w ho sh o t
th e Chinese vieetby,
W 'S «atoscod to im p riso n m en t
l a t e s t herd labor.
_
„
'fe a s fis a s
Sectamtlon oI »n uucon..mlattoe by th e em p ero r o |
iltlonw «
understood h e re th a t
^ i n ^ y w n w V l v a l ^ t to a decf e ^ S e f V i t is believed t h a t
■ j ^ n o tu M y to be e resu m p tio n
ytyjfvp IN T il* WOULD*
H ig h e st o f a ll in Xeaveoi&g Power*— L a te st U ^ G o W K s s p o r t
Powder
Abso l u t el y p u r e
“pqjp* pull ynr gun in this here court," . T ub woman wbo itf proud of her bacfifhalr
said the judge. "You’ve got to vospect the does not require much urging to play somedignity whut yoh $ee lyin’ roun' loose here, thing on tbo piano.-Boston Transoript.
am. if you kill a man while court’s iu session
IHUne you fe^goutompt!»—Atlanta CouatiLOW-RATE
thr rising s u e 6T0VR POUSH ia f
cakes, for general
blacking of a stov*.
THE SUN PASTE
POLISH lor a quick
oLwr-dtouer m im ,
applied and poiisited witli a cloth#
Itorso Bros., Props.. Canton, WmoP, U,S*A»
EX CU R SIO N S *
’» « » * - ■
April 8 and 80,1X05.
. XlOssof appetite and
On April 2 the I RON MOUNTAIN R O U TE[or, are also remedied by this restorative,
will sen excursion tickets to aU poiptMn Physictans of emiuonce indorse it, a vigu?
Arkansas, tq bake Charles. La., and to all able cooftrwation of the verdict of th e pee*
points in Texas, except El Paso, a t the very | pie and the press. Take it regularly,
, fe-------ire for
the
round
(plus
w m ta—
e fe-----p e t,r.«
e rth
e fe
u * d trip
^ p .(p
ta * .| „U r a t t a t B o n b e o la a ta h a v e Ms n e w
$2), and on April.80 ato n e fare straight for play vaccinated;" “w hat fort" ’’To see
the round trip to points in the Southeast, whejfcerit w iu t a k e ^
!
Liberal limits and stop-over priyileges al­
lowed. For lull partlculam m d illustrated
T rb Sterner Cycle Co.i.wboso advertise*
and descriptive pamphlets, address com* ment
appears in auother .column,
thor­
pany's agents or
oughly
,
reliable
and
can*
be
depended
upon
*
H. C* TOWNSEND,
to
oo
as
they
agree
to.
General Passenger Agent,' _ S i. LOUIS.
■........ i> iu
/'
' ..........' .---------------------------- ;. PoPVLsn rights
are
those
that
are
coming
T ub'- silent watches of \ tbo night—those [ pur way,—Galveston News.
that are run down.—PhUadelphiu Record.
- F or Whooping Cough, Flso’s Cure is a
T ht L ait Two X searitu u to th e South,
success! \ii w aedy.-^rP .P iR tB ih.07 Throop
1 , Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 14, ’SW.
5 0 0
A E R M O T O R g
53 Sav^, UrttaQ*. HI.'. rrt»u*fJrl#>1IW., ■. . : .....
BfctuuS
(JutiuM:. Wi Iwulit u4 put ®p Iwiiijtwwi*. Mf..
tb# #»* SSr which jou
S*4thbt#*ii. 8iu«#
|hU UtM««h«V( »0l4»bOUt
4 0 0
A E R M O T O R 8
S u t t o n # m ay eo p tln u e to r »
'-■Sima before a peace tr e a ty is
is unnre»«w *
•wiMfc, -;iWBiiwy«ya
r A
l t 1» certain J a p a n w ill
. there hue been —jj -t
i,id*ftowUi*AcraisrtM
‘ i our terruori—
t f ^ e e M t s dem anW on account
«thtr windmill*pot up
compere
•n«ttib withwhich It '
perierltye<O*
* m .X sU ce . In le s t, th e g ra n tin g
•how-4h« Inflnltc w
i workfttUuHipf
A
trm
otor
ia
dclre,
*eltee eompled 2 . Uttar Is looked uponaS a a h re w d
Saleh («U «elv»n&#d
. *nd do effectivew«»tt
tlnn). and'*Wlil»toran; f „ tot the Japanese em peror to dlIdle
lor
wfot of wloA
whett 01 ethtJi »Uod
but this re|le» vu wW|
Wc chcald hw* coldbwi*.
■S h the hsrm tol effect o t th b a tta c k
when the Atrootw «P*
cwpUcd wHh wind, power
to Ctnufo. sad.htf lor,
pJuti, it bclBfonlyfe mile
j " , u Hors Chany,
— t
BUI. WALLER.
|dS
tea or twelve at tha
:nuchccB thchittlc ffround
etroaiut^wItuIralUeiau.
Ivistrb*" toown and
:*7,,h8 nar-w as prosecuted now i t deoldedto act /In the, matter
within W railm of pto
Mai,c.
ill bJS.
bA> Wil*9
toccud
.m
m til
ius coaa-rxaa ns*r
; J ,11 hare the effect to to rse th e oallfor a report of all the
other mtTnuric*
:
rukLTA
V
*
nuimai*
anw
SEMOVORS, in up
•~ua negotiations to a speedy con- atanoes. I f the facta are as . _
TORY WHXBIS WITH
yur eunuud *n» mu
>eu him ffurtBiyth» put
. f i a a a d - i t i s re a lls e d b y t h e i s p e n - -reported in-the .cablegram from •bout ooe>he){, endthel
,
wtpua ywTi r«eor4 bp
tut yur * output thr
tea ,xput to doubleRear
For dokets and in.
i f t a t l e tbep'ew nt.tatooU eeU pg, U lu s -a n d in th is point United S tates j K z ^ t^ T ^ A v ' rin v.
forour portionoMt, for
etmlag
jw
.
C
ouD
t
o»
u»
our
nearest
ticket
S i w f ® n x » \to * iM r iffiva.il wm|w»«or»In r««S w O r t b . attaok, th e y M a id Consul Campbell a t St. Louis w ill be
m city Ticket
o
f
i
...__ - JcoC .
K. R.,
tuloomlInfuttJhMto*S»)r. -Stunt4 Biust.Mueu»o,ill«
jaucely iustst upon n»; RCJ* terms of looked
100Kea to
w xor
... ...-Chicago,
Chicago, or toC . W. Hum*
to r aa reporv—tnen
re p o rt-th e n in
it is ex-1 wQ Clark
■
AwnotpnS.wIllbsofposp*; lf»»h>>loff<rf<f
-jceasOan be realized After the lapse ■p-MTectedthatM
Eustis, American;1"W
^wwy^rwy.mwww,y.:..-c yr..y. ^,ww».^i*c.o,^»w,
am*/ ■ynakr, Nor. Pass. Agent-C. &B* I* R* R*i
170 E. Third Bt., Bt.^quL Minn,
tmill
' :f!iL
K l^tM
w tiranllA:'
weeks, wIldH-tufi
when th e /flVSt1
f ir s t iUIP.rOS*':.
im pres- VianaA^Aia
bassador A
toa IS^tinviaa
France, w
ill VnriwatHi
be instructed
McVIcker'S Th«»t«r. Chicago.
»Jon
lonwiu
will have
nave worn
ww»« off.
to lay the m a tte r before the French
thfu wtr lore*puutp. AliMilera ihuuldI have a 0*3* *Aj-H:■
ITis noted-herer-w lih-interest-that--foreign-office and ask for an explana- - The- LiUnutlans-begln March M
l
“towl u that once. AUAemcjor men will h*v«it The w«*E—
“Humpty
Dumpty
Up
to.
Date."
Don’t
fail
I
fSuowioi wilr Appear our wlwrilumcst of «al»u»liW ilu
(beterms of the arm istice do no t ap p ly ijo n of th e course pursued b y the offitank, at2k cent, per fallen. Theyneither ehrlnb. leak, rute,
to
ttw
thflm.
Seats
secured
by
malL
f S t^ w e r-^ d a s t of China,,
cials in Madagascar.
;
aornMkOwaUTtaiteiHid. Aermotor Oo., Chkaye,
r .lT i
Llarly to Formosa and th e F is h e t
A b s o la te ly ~ fre fi o fn e o str f o r a
THE MARKETS.
Sffnda This is tak en to m ean t h a t TO KEEP OUT TRESPASSERS
L in iT E D T i n e o n l y ,
. ij,.Japanese have determ ined to oooupy Troop*X’alied For to Oust Bqustton on
Nkw York, ApHl l.
000
LIVE STOCK—Cattle ..... #4 W
rorffi£aJ>efore_the, peace negotia­
The People’s Cowman-Sense Medial'Ad*-'
j Yenktop Kowryetlon.:
S5
FIND TBS
vlser.
By R.V, Pierce; M.D,*_ChleiCmL^Uinfit
-SbOGPff**
**** ~^ ^ ^ 5b «~
tions are completed, a n d th e e*planu,
A R «oim ,S.D ^M ar«h40r—-------------physician
to
the
invalids*
Hotel
aud
SurgicaT
Sotr^i
,Uoa of this purpose is found in thefacA Sm ith, superintendent pf the Y ankton FLOul^-Mlnnoaoltt uaKors’.' T8®
Institute, Bunaio, a hook or oyer i ,ooo targe
00 _ -4.14
City
Mill
Patents...........
pages and 300 colored and other illustra­
that it is almost an in v ariab le ru le of reservation, has telegraphed th e in­ WHEAT—No. 2
60H(ai WH
tions, in. strong paper covers to any one
6UH
iuternattonnl law .th a t a n a tio n m u st te rio r dep artm en t a t Washing.tonNo. 1 Nortbern..,*
sending at cents-in one-cent stamps for
--Mii
•■.... i
.
packing and postage only. Over 080,000
bela actual armed possession of a piece* th a t he is unable to cope w ith th e CORN^Na71.1*
61[
May...........
copies
of this complete Family Doctor Book
88V4S
cf territory as a basis for a d em and for Squ a tte rs -already on th e reservation O A TS-No-S................... .
already sold in cloth binding at regular
87 <t
;
Track
White
Western...,
m
tit ntampf and
i of iiIw. "Address.
is \yn!‘
itscession.
w ith his sm all force of Indian police, RYE.. i....< 11.
Coniton); \vdui,d---------‘
'S^TJispbns
BNSAHV
ah, MMnokd<
&
14
00
PORK—
Mossj,.
New.............
18
60
Tbe armistice established by th e or­ th e squatters, refusing to leave the
No., 643 Main Street,
kjr
7
34LARD—Western.«»«»...■ ....7 ®
ilo.
der of the mikado extends to A pril 20, reservation. Assistance will be neces­ BUTTER—Wei»t'n
-IN crouinery.
18
but It will term inate 1f th e police pour sary to enforce bis. o rd ers th a t squat­
Western Dairy..,...'.,.... .. 8
B q e c h a m 's jjills $ re fo r biliousCHICAGO.
wrier* are broken in th e m eantim e. te rs m ust leave the reservation. Geh.
6 46
CATTLE—Shipping
ttoers,.
M
20
Fording to the term s of th e arm istice -Sm ith says th a t troops can be brought
8 80 n e s s , b ilio u s h e a d a c h e , d y s p e p s ia ,
Stockers and !■coders*... * <6
4 60
8 Colored Plate*,.
4w
the movement of troops a n d tile trans- here in tw enty-four (hours from
~Butohe t** Steers......
1 76
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portstlon of contraband of w a r by sea Omaha by railv and- that-ia--the nearest.,
Bedgncd by *6«r Special;
800
T«ix»H Siaprs
Corp* of -----b forbidden. Thu new d istrib u tio n of available point where troops are sta­ HOGS........................ 3J*
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SHEEP.........
.....................
hoops not intended to va u g m e n t th e tioned. Ho says he can do nothing IIUOTEIt—t roamery.
10
irmles in the field is allow ed.
Dairy ....r. r.r-.,-f.........
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w ith th e squatt^rs howV as he has
m o u th , c o ated to n g u e ,
lo ss of , tiF*Order It of your Newsdealer or send SB
Paoktnu stock........ ........
6 «s
^ Japan oHglnelly proposed a s tsondl- only fifteen or tw enty Indian' police, ,EGG,*1—
tents for latest number to
1*r*‘Hb . ...................
Uodi of sn armistice t h e occupation of and is utto'rly powerless. The situa­ BROOM CORN i p o r - i o n ) 00 00 ©I20 00
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THE MORSE'BROUBHTON GO*,
(por bu)............ - »»
Sban Kwan, Taku and T ie n T sin a n d tio n w ill be much worse when the POTATOES)
12 87
PORKr-Mess......................•*
NEW YORK.
c a u se d b y c o n s tip a tio n ; a n d co n ­ 3 E a s t lO th 8t«e.
LARD—Sioum
jm
Japanese control of th e S han K w an crow d increases. I t is believed hero liAttU—
stuRu*».
m ....»* zaw
a;, s 6iui
.
BBTMXNTIOS
THIS
gAPZB*
FLOUU-bprlna
Patents......
8
00
a
SW
and Tien Tsin
railroad, C
hina,th to.
----- —........—
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a t th e In d ian police have no author*..
^Spring Straights........... ■» 10 & 2 74 stip a tio n is t h e , m o st f r e q u e n t
defray the .cost of such occupation.
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ej etft
eot th
t ^ e boomera
boomers. There
T here J.iss a
■ wintur patents............
“ w to a o® ^
mriTV hhas
> «— T
f l l n ly
l v Rm
! ^munua. gQ^
i .
liLfiir^ Cbang
vain
so ui f lgl t.hi t• s- t ..c «f t d y. _: js t rae anvof
J ^ ^ ^ ^
w y a " w | r aTi^ o f a ll of them ^
to modify thdso conditions, an d i t i
b
t he reservation. ;
corn.No. 8....................... 'W t® ,
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n.
...."” ~ a ^ a s.o x iw » ,'.. MANUVACTUnERS OV
Outs,Na
Na2....................
2
SS ' Go
Go bv
by the
the book*
book* Pi
Pills ioc and 25c a - 1
was proposed to continue th e negotia- 1u® WWIW------------- —— '10
Out,.
Rye....
t r a d e LOOKS
l o o k s UP.
u p.
tions without an arm istice being es-1
, TRADE
|
««rlAV......
...................
63
to
6
-1
w
I
box.
Book
FREE
at
your
druggist's
or
Burley
c*o
*71
m
MILWAUKEE,
m p t -on- th e Che HttTmtl**"
write B. P. Allen Co., 365 Canal Street,
Vtafloua PolnU Accord. -DRAIN—Wheat,
. tsblishcdi
nim T i.p, wheniviffWFv.. th e ..-Ta_=tte
_r x T7r*
jfl
No.
8
BprlagA
IngtoB raditreet,
life of tho Chiuese p len ip o ten tia ry oc
"Corn,No.Sr....... »;rt
’New York.
82‘i© 821
Oats. No, 8 Whlto
corred. Th is led to the deolaratio n by
N ew Y ork, A pril l.—B rad streefs re­
GMitC
64t
ri:jAnnual saloamoro than 6,000,000 boxes
_ Rye", No.,1....'-•'•*■
the mikado of an u n conditional ar- view says:
.
~~
Harley; No. .-8m>.<>«»»
miitiQQ, As the term s of th e arm istice gMtia In trade
____
^
PORK Mess.......................
"
~^LARB—
Swum......
..»,Avin
Louisville,
with
continued
dutnoution
t
<
do
not
embrace
th'^island
of
Form
osa
WUvV V4A6UAUvy V AOai»UU VA |,V*»A*V»w I J^UUiPVUIVt .
/iWlrtartA
KANSAS CITY.
. „ ,
thrJapaneseoperatlons th e re w ill con- large v o l u m c a ^ o r ^ p A ^ ^ f l lC ^ ^
zm
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Sua
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Louls and Kansas Gtty. Stockers ana ^eeuersTT... -2-60 to 4 so
tlnue.
sale? from 80 to A0 per cent, larger than
+
Avltotor Beparatori—Hor*e
The number of Chinese w ounded is last year. At St. . Paul general .trade la SHEEP............ ................. . 8 86 to 4&J
« ^ * M -.W I« d and Swlnginc Staoker** OMAHA
■ ftot
not known w ith accuracy. Counting fair: at Mlnnaapolts It Is unohanged._ At
Falla. S. D., business with Jobbers
i«nt on rMelpt o! ’Stt'centi". Liberal
dlsoounl*
b®r^ r a»
C T y 'a^ | pS^tobS? Skid and s £ u o a K o J t o e S * 0>W
the number killed, wounded and ta k e n Sioux
'
e
trado.
Send
for
Price
List.
la smaller than one year ago, but
flXlEimRT JuUN |.
CATALOOUE WAILlPFRIK.
prisoner., in lesser engagem onts, th e on new btislnoss are good. * At Cleveland ^and HOGS—Light and Mixed,.,,. * w to w Sardware Dealers. THM
CO,, ttlS Broadway,. Nxw YORK,
Heavy..............-............ J S S ISS IMPLEMENT
record shows, th a t 7,803^ Chinese have Dotrlt few features:are roported and collec­ SHEEP................................
•rXAXl TBUIVAnXt'WfUa«TM«l«a
885 ® * *
been killed -and -1,469. t a k en prisoner, tions aro unsatisfactory. Afiiwoukee reporm
k
trade falrrwlth a tendenoy to-lrapro^m®hL
—HfX* MACHASMTO^raiRl OXXATAX0DIXATX _
while the Japanese have lo st 814 k illed but
Dos Moines and Otnrfho say business its
PXICK AXOOS X*8t TXX®8, . ' „
»od 2,037 wounded.
dull, although some gain is reported In special
l
e
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J,<‘^A ^C h cjce^aT O jn y L a^
i bOKDoy, April 1.—T he C en tral News imoa A mSlerate .improvement Is announced
Ail Aohee,
Membhls. NashviUo. Birmingham. At*f
Pheumatlam. Spralna,
SwelHngat
hto-ftdvioes from - th e Pescadores fwnm
lanta and Augusta. “ At Ghatwnooga and-Ss^S
t i f f n e s s ,___
Neuralgia*
‘ - Brulaea, islands, under d ate of M arch 28.
*<*aAa in flulot The movement, Of dry ,
Outs,
Hurts,
Selatloa*
Burns,
Headaoiie,
(The?o dispatches, sta te t h a t Col. Ito re* goods at Nevf Orleans has felt some
Frost-bites.
Lumbago,
Wounda, Baokaohe,
\xi\t «httmlna interests oontlnuo dls* I
porfe that on March 24 th e M a-K ung
;j
J-j-_--1
-fort *was tokeu
MiKeu^asiiy
oy
t
a
e
u
u
p
u
u
c
^
j
turbed.’
Thoacason}sbackwardatOalveston,
easily b y th c Japanese^
r»ee»l
W H A T M O R E 18 N E E D E D T H A N A
fK4l.iL.
-the Y-.;_^ a.a««1./.A xiMrl and [ with trade only fair.----- ~ ~ 1 EW 1S* 9 8 «
LYE
captured Yent-Tung, ta k in g niae-j------ j--------Mot, Dry amt Doky
1
POWDERED
AND
PERFUHBD.
h«6vy . guns a n d ' a
nu m b er of
Chioago, A p rill.—BeporUcom e
|m
(PATSNT8D)
Moaller ones, as w ell us m an y various places in Illinois, Iow ar Mio
The itrongist and purest Lye
made, Unlike other Lyo, it being
rifles and a larg e
q u a n tity of * a n , M innesota, Missouri, K ansas
Jfavalaable iA OfBoe, SohooU o r JBTome,
a ftno powder and packed In a can
2iew
ite
m
cover
to
oorer.
wununltlon. In th e e n g ag e m e n t th e J NobraBka ot hhat such as
Lw-lth removable lid, tbo contenta
are always ready tor use. ,WiU
.....a Court, of th eU .8.
Chinese lost th irty k illed a n d six ty fb ro u g h t the-m eroury s a b ig lL iq _ in e
make
tbo ftMf perfumed Hara
ftevemment
m
nung
umce,
twu
os
i>a»rij
all
of
the
Sohpolb«w|S*
ttken prisoners. T he dapahese loss therm om eter during the
.
Soap in 20 minutes u-fMouf 6oil*
If lx warmly commended by every State Superintendent of School*.
ing. I t ta th e beat for cleansing
^ seventeen wounded. T h e Ja p an - March. Friday 8JV degrees w as^regiswaste pipes, disinfecting slnka
:
A College President writes 1 " For **•* vrtth .'WW chthe
®se fleet captured th e fo rts on F ish e r tered a t K ansas City, ^°*
. *•
closots, washing bottles, paints
trees,©to. PKN’NA.SAI.T M'F’GCO
Wands, and all th e islan d s fo rm in g pi ftC0 in the countryAvas^Wiehita. Kan*,
a u s f t a i g t a a B t t . 'g a a a a ^ ^
G«n. Atente* PHtLA.* Piw
the Pescadores g)roup a re now in th e with th e therm om eter a t w - -^— 1
P ^ i o n of the J a p L e s e .
badly needed to sprout th e «eed ^
\
mnr other single volume."
Usoox, A p rlU .-A T okio dispatch h as been planted. SL F aui m
y
O , f t c , F le r r la m C o ., P u M i 8 her*»
M he Central News says th a t Dr, th a t th e lank of “ °j®tthdu? parallel i n '
Ivon In exchange fori
8 prlE gfield, BfaM«i Vf 0* A«
.
Scrlba, of the Im perial university, on th is tim e of y ear is w
P
|
Coupon' Certificate*, lit-,
*uea
only to Agent*. One
Sandsy examined Li H ung C hang's I th e hlstory of tbftt regmu ^
*otmd and found th a t th e p a tie n t was
a Timely Tip.
L IU IH Ik ll 1 Be j,\)r further partlonlnr*<
laddrAM TUB C11UISTY K N I I K I II.,
™ n?«xcellent progress, His pulse
civcixxati, March 20.—A desperate
a o x E . i 1 f u k m o m . trtiio .
^ te m p e ra tu re w ere n o rm al and h e
< attem p t to hold-up the southE IG H T
P A P E R
D O L L S -^ >
----- -- T p s a r o r ^ c iu im ..
Wedneedey
’
f o r ONE W k A K P b lt OF
------------------THOUSANDS_WlLL G A TH ER .
th e ClUtaff o« tw o
•7 Will Attend the Christian 'Endeavor | ^ ’ tu e % „< m » .m d ‘h e w o o n d lrg o f a
, Convention in Dostom
I ,M rd"? T h r e e other m iscreants escapedl
.B oston, April 1.—T h e C hristian Bncover of the darkness. T h a t the
S e n d u s t w o t w o - c e n t s t a m p s f o r p o s ta g e . T h e s e d o lls h a v e
in th eir
Wor CO&VPntlnn
tuliinl,
mnAt&ln
f hvention, w
hich m
eets in th is .I . .. .. wer«
«
were unsuccessful . .
c h a n g e a b l e h e a d s . N o t w o d o lls d r e s s e d a lik e .
$ dttly,. 10.^5, is a lre ad y arousing > a+ ^ mp t was duo to the fact th a t 1* •
BE 1 P R IC M EN&1HEERS
f f l S
i A A M d A ftftN C CA Sand Streets, Brooklyn, N*V.v
jjw t deal of in te re s t T he com m ittee
who serves at- buper!ntend&n
A D A M S « S O N S VU.» Madison Street .Chicago, ill.
| » L & ,K I $ ! ^ r , v n m ! V K S «
1 ? ? “ “ “*
bcon g ra n te d th e
® ltc0 on the Cmolnnatl Southern,
I m iim i M by •< 1, Cm, Tln*lle| lMbl*%.
.■
b*
Boston
oommrtr,
fn,*
a
hiff
OIXlU
I
«
__a
u»«nn/l
nniTiething
of
th
e
pltrpps
^of
common fo r a big open
learned som ething
xrstx«txm ,Amwwya»wi*i««»«*
h meeting of a p a trio tic n atu ro on w th e desperate gang through some
S avoK toM enyour DIDVDI C
® en h a lg e, Dr. Don- j ^ y n tc rio u s source*
v
j
iiu\ /'\t trh: _ Gov*
%Mvrt' ^Dreenhklge,
1y } ±
xvillis to Kfetutn Home*
SmuVcr1axiret?» ot D etroit; Dr. B'. S* I ’
_ th,- me
the author of “ A m erica,M and
n c ., April L—There
I1CAOW, 1LC
1L1
in Street*
«
1 CIIICAOI*.
MT lfadlMN
fcm Jl°*hor Promtn° n t persons w ill I ^ A 8dtcat^ B\im t'M r. W illis, minis*
r A N K.-A
“| B 4 0
present and speak. Dr.
ur> Sm
OIU4l<U
ith is
in to
*<v. sro ^n ”1T
., is preparing' to tak e a
speoial hym n fo r th e convonconvon* * * ^ V T s e n o e i r X liis pc^t. One
^ t e a speoiai
°viU go to Jap an for a I
ui*v fJ Tha
he ^singing
n g in g w ill be by a choir l«av0
two
a n im
immense
£W
» voices,
voloo*, assisted
w .u to .1 by
b y »n
m enw J f ^ i n d an o th er I* *h»t h ^ w ln totOTB^ J t tt r a . Fully 8o,000 C hristian Kn- io th e U nited State*., U n r in f f W * * ^
©OOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
n°e to . United States logattanjit
YddTti on u»° ^ ^ ^ p l ^ i ^ c ja^w ho Bnnolula Wlll-tredrft In ehatge o l
S H O U L D B B U S E D IN E V E R Y K I T C H E N .
W b e attracted by th e novelty of th e
Ita MUta, U>e eS??****1
!***‘ t0
w
n
1 7 .5 Q * $15
DRESSMAKERS
O TEST
PARIS
FASHIONS
L’Ait deLaMode*
7
wit j
I. OASE T. M. 00,
Thft Wnndarful Forslnar Auger Bit i
11 |
e<i C u re e .S T . J A C O B S
O i l .J f f i S
DO YOU WANT FARM HOME?
D ic t io n a r y
FR EE
TO
ADAMS’ PEPSIN TUHI - FRUni
-
DAVIS CREAH SEPflRATORS
11' ->t.i :
gasp*.
J .J . R A F IR E Y
Mic h ig a n c\
C U R E
When • man playfully point* a plitol or
^
T H A I
-JCteNiagaraTallrBoMe.il
garinrau knock film dow,doaV~be
Time table taking effm Nov. ift|, ,J
particular what you knock him down
with, only we that he Is throughly' knock­
90th MKHIIMAKT1MK ’ *
Passrngvrs
Trnin><wtr^
;
ed down. If a corner'* Inquest, must le
r r
W ,T H
held, let it be on the other fellow—he
trs1 Railroad will Itmvt* Chc-iwaBh,,!
follows;
"6
Foreign and Domestic Woolens; Staple and Fancy Trouserings; Full wont be mimed.
OOim; HAST,
Dress and Business Suits. All Wool Black, Blue aud Mixed Suits to your L Th„
numbflr 0# immigrant* arriv*.
Deiroll Night Exprtss.,.........^ j
order for $18,00 while they lash Pants to your otder from
V
4 n g ^
Wven
Atlantic Express .................1
U rgest stock of Woolens to select from. We employ more help than P J !“ «udin» Februar? if m
wa*
Grand Rapids Expioss.............^
1
merchant tailor in Washtenaw county. Take advantage of stookand
h.hJL decrease©! forty ner‘cent
Tsr
^eil
and
Express;
ft
^
■
'
from the number arriving during .the
UOIKH \Vliy).
corresponding seven months a year ago
SOLDBV
Mail and E x p r e s s , . T . rg.n
An unpleasant feature of . the record Is
tlraitd.Rtiphfs
KxpM-ss. ....
|
greatest in the western countries of Europe B , 8 . A R M S T R O N G i t C O .
Chicago Nlglil ExpYos...........1988
from which come the more desirable 1m*
Wm, Mahtin , Agent, Clu.iM„.
4
migrants, while from Russia and Hungary
I t m w lilt
O.
W.
RoaohKa,
U
oihihi
the emigration toAmerica has Increased
n
rvEPAVLT having been made for more than and .Ticket Agent, Cliieiu-o,
NewYork State Is agitating and halt 1 / Sixty d»y» in payment of installments of
over due and payable o rra mortgage
Ing over the question of setting Its con interest
dated January 8rd- A, n , 1889, uiadeoy
Mary Ann dentner^his
victs to work on the highways. One, of (ihratianuentnarnnd
wife, to thoGbelaeu livings Batik, a corpom_
Are, Cheap while poor Seeds are dear at any price.
the strong arguments, urged In behalf of. Mon owjanlaod end- dotng^bustiJW- umler the
laws of the Htutu of Miohlgan. gud n*eonlcd ta
N T 's
We are oarrying an immense stock of /
this pkn Is that donvlot labor1.will not thooflioo
of the Register oi
tor the
Smto rt^M Johigwu <jn
comedo competition with skliledlabor County ofdayWashtenaw,
of January. A, 0, WMJ. in 7lb»r78
I l o i l o ^ l o m m o t h a n d A H y k c C l o v e r ; P r i m e T i m o t h y as It now does when employed within tbefttb
•rtgogea. on poge^SP, for whlon default
p p q p V R i 6 H T s. 1 1
0bewaa MVltigsBank by viMUd; »'f tbg
prison walls in shapes. In opposing the w-.
itiM i W i i r d e i i S e e d o f e v e r y k i n d * Q u a l i t y l l i e
ight given it by said mortgage, b«s made and
heroby makes tbo priuolpai sum of sold inert-,
road-making proposition the New York >(,
7*
; B e*M P r i c e s a s lo w n s t h e lo w e s t,
,
v
mv and
,uu Interest aooruod .M
erenn now due
mire
the
Times claims that the oeccesslty for sub" andpayable,’ on whloh mortgage there W
oJftlmod to be due at tliodatg of this notioo for
S P p d lA k —Wa have aline of fine F lower S eeps in stock,
sisting the oonviots outside of prison walls principal,
iuteres and attorney’s
ns
and of keeping a close guard over thorn to fircviaed tor in said mprigi’iWt '(blrtoen
Hundred nnd Pifty-oue Dollars aud Mxtyone
prevent escapes wouldmake tho cost of Cents,
(gt.U6i.0t,)
.
..
Notice is hereby given thut satd mortgage
the highways vulte as much as If the work ...
sale of the
ferodone-by-freelaboiv*—-—-------- -r--- ______ ____ *
ti« n .- » Wv
roan 81
^ o f ^ p r l l Jioxt^at
The clgorettehablt ls S corning an un^ T ^wS \'!m ® tth o
front;door of the
■> i
.ii v
riAiias
f of Ann Arbor. ln Mtil
Court UiUtaa
House lu
in th
tbon la
City
bearaple
nulsanee.every nlittle
boyanda a 0*unty,
(said Court House being the place of
holding the CirculirOourt within said County),
good share of the big ones, that one meets toontlsfy
tho amount olaimed to be due on
m il
on the street has one of these deadly little said mortgage, and all logal ousts, to-wit t All
those
(tortain
pleoos
or
parcel*
of
land
situated
rolls of tobacco in their mouth It Is and beingJn-the Townships of Ltma ana
A D A M ESPPXiER, P R O P .,
i 1 «tid County of wasbtonaw. State
ackoowledgedby everyoiiethat tfiey are Sharon
of Mtobigan. described ns follows, via:
Injurious to both health end mind, and if Oommeneing at the South quarter
Is the place to buy , “
If you want insurance oull os
section post of seotton thlrty-ono (Ui) of
people choose to stroke them it Is their luMmsbtp
r two, (S),. South of range four Giuprl A Crowell.
W ezvepsei
own lookout, hut they should- go outiu r(P 'Oaflf, ^ruuning— thwtee^Hoptb—
degroea East sixteen chains fifty-two links,
the alley or some other hypiaoe and not along the South line of tbo section, thenoa (!onipunie8 wfiose g ross uas^s nniftitsi
C
Tailor and Clothier.
mm
ough
^ S h ilo h s
Is lv c u R E
J. J. RAFTREY, Tailor.
4A. .v-; -r .-
/-t
i
fA T E
-
' 1 H. WOOD s a .,’ Chelsea.
FIRE ! FIRE t !
Fresh Meets, Smoked Meats, Salt Meats,
1
Poultry and Oyster*; *
' O u r aim is to please p a tro n s, and a m ost lib e ra l natron a se leads u s l 0?.0' ^
^whocomeinto stores and
b e lie v e W it wo niVauooeet^
f
^
" “ otherpubliophicestfrintrarethe viHiaWl
oelleve t n u w,«
suooeeaing. K M pw tlM iy, _
-------------I.mellwhloh come. fronH ho.mote of tliew
Highest market price paid for hides and tulluw;
te E vening News,
,0 0 0
at
44The Great Daily of Michigan,”
S 5 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0
“ least is ipont for 1Ivlirgexpertserevery year
by subscribers of The. Detroit E vknino N ews, ,
The ohrewd advertiser knows this, and by using tho advertising columns j
of T he N ews secures his sharp of this enormous sum, flo.ooo subaoribam 1
probablym eans 1100,000 readers, and instead of tho sum above, wo should
have aaid $ 200,000,000.00.
*•-A dvertise In Tho E vening Nows if y o u w a n t R esults,
Read The Evening News if you want News.
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Sl.SO FORA MONTHS ftf MAIL.
D ETR O IT,
Agsnoiwln every village, town sad etty is the 8tate»ot Michigan.
m
Prohftte Order.
CTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Waibtennw
O si. At a «wrton of tho Probate Court for the
County of Washtenaw, holdon at the Probate
ihS°?JK
«Au,i Arbor,
on year
TUosday,
th^ 19th day0tty,oT
of Morph
in, the
one
Ihouwmd eWrt hutrdred and nln»tv-av«.
Present, Jrwitlard Babbitt, Judge of Probate
In the matter of the estate of Henry
Btelnbaoh, deoeased.
AhnaKabhartneStelnbaoh, the executrix of
the butt w&l and testament of said dotwaaed,
comes into «ourt and reprose* ta that ahe is
BOWprepared tuiendor her flnalaoenunt.
Thereupon it to ordered, that Monday, the
15th day of Aprtt wext at ten o’oiock in the
forenoon, be assigned for exaiuining and allow*
- in* auoh aoeount, andwtat the devisees, leg*tees
gnuhelrwat-lawof aatddooeaeed,auuailothar:
^persons Interested in sdme«tate,«re required
to appear at a session of sold Court, then to
, bo holden at the Probate ottice, in the City of
Ann Arbor, In satd Oouaty, and show oause, if
__*oy||>ero bo, whyibe, said oooount should not- bojanowed; Anutt is further oMoied, that
said executrix give .-notice to the persons
interested In saTrt eaOit&jif tha pondenoy of
“Iff account, and me hearing thereof, by
causlng a wpy pt this Order to he publish*!
in 'the Chelsea Herald, a aowasnper “ — *
and circulating
dmmty u
ttlng in satd <*umty
oossive weeks
J
.
Jutlgo
of Probato.
udgouf
Protoato.
[A true copy.1
WM. G. DOTY, Prdhafoltog4ster.
A3
Wm
"-■>i-H'
I®#®'
la a well-kn®wn fiiot that
jiuliciousadvcrtisuig uiwttj’s
AfjTi
few
pnvg— especially no\vjj*jiajH'V
advertising.
sal
If \nu put
Jy o u r« <HdM.itL-tliflj?i
| things. There is a cigarette law in this
jstate that boys undar 18 cannot buy them.
Why hot enforce it,- it would help some.
The girl who allows herself to becajoled
Into a long engagement stands about one
Chanco In ten of being married to that par
ttcular man. He comes, admires and
thinks best to secure her, although he is
Lootin a position to ask. Some men are -9,-vrmnsTOH,
Attorney for Mortgagee. . 83
selHsh creatures. After' a year In the
^’'seventh hoavou." life begins to be prosaic
again, and ineir lovo floats along a placid
iMa, Aflefsoveralyearsof waiting, witeh
tho girl hus lipgun to lose her youth and
Ibeauty, the tide turps in their favor, the
^ h e lDo a , M io t r r
bore coinos a smooth sailing •little craft
Fresh Uruad, Cakes mul Plea itlwaya on
directly across their bow*t,Them is
crash! The Jovor cHors to the newly hand First-Huss ltcstimruiU in connection
found and loaves tho other to sink or be
n a e « a « w ''
V>s
M U 0 A S 7 A B 7 .—
| tossod upon tho beach-alone. The moral
Irobyiovtar
Thoro aro unmistakable signs that the
Igiver^f progressive euchre parties Is com
| Ing dowii from a lofty pedestal, so long
»nd persistently occupied by herr and is
Itakiog a closer view of mankind. The
prlsses are becoming more piuuileal. T Iht
ihead gentleman’s prigeno-'jortgor consists
jof a liem-stftehed handkerohlef, will)
fringed edges and about U10 siae of a
Ipostageetamp, a ladles’ smelling bottle
somoDrestlen china designed only for
holding milady’s puff and powder. The
campaign has taken a more prautical tufa.
IAt a progressive euchre meeting recently
the head gentleman's prise honslstted of a
"mir of elaborately decorated suspeadem;
fow that Is something like It The prise
winner found he had not labored inyain:
He had something he knew what to do
with, no matter whether he bqwded.-keDt
jhouse or wanted to hang himself.
DEO. E. DAVIS,
- _ . Everybody’s
Auctioneer.
Headquarters
HERALD OPHOE.
Auction Bills furnish­
ed Free.
A Valuable Find.
H- L whthauk
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.
Chairman Bottrdol'Health, H
Tho Bwt 3ahe l» tho world (or Cuts,'
—
lY*?
m Sm
kj*
Me
80c
j qO
ito
..... " V
; ♦\m
m
j
Kp»tltllg |i
•hoMiSwfh
cost!,. Iiatu
9srr
wire nnco.-*. 1
haadieahclWn
: Which wnsi.fl
need attemi
Fall IttMrwtit,
Matwimrucic
gt >u
can . umMoney aaM
money
u i,
Tfa,M tmia fi,
for thamafUt.
many time, tmf
Iprtii;
ftw ry jfer complete work. . 25’aVticior
•X00, See cat* ..Extra_toot^elc,, tot, hf
loss work-^33 articles, 13.00. \ Uker ««Ct ul
exprenorfrelfht, neatly bo xed, ou r^ctj td]
Price. The one ordering the drat set In n pivd
secures ike agency and ma Vea large cmSw
ljp goods until paid for. A ddreR*,
fOONOMYRUPPLV HOUR KrHIram,
fM II
lusNiafesi
ROwdmhays wreoked the lives of thoqiamtu ix. yonnx
**»•Jtoatfa, •ehooi, tW ottloe. the nrrolM>
VARICOCBLBi EMISSIONS AND SYPHILIS CURED.
W. 8; COLLINS. W. 8 . C otllns, o f S a sln a w . Sp aaka.
W.&OOLUN&
nr
it
a
iposur* producd.AyAkO. .1jy
Moamo aerv*
vm
boas
itinui
L ^«m ■
9NM ago, snA(Mver bad amurn.' Wjwra^id two
r«a» agoand$1J1* ^ ^ ! * * <*»»»• Kennedyd)K«N
_
a
a
'^1:
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AmavaEAni’T
Seminal Weakness, Impotency and
a A.T^NTON,
Varicocele Cure!
1
Dr®. Keunedy A Keman, I hod
1UUwhppe, 1 was surprised. TheirnewMethodTwatmentlapTOTedme Um flret week. Ernttoioheeeeeed,
acsin, eye* beoeine bright, eheerfhUneompwrwd
^ 0iU,< Having tried many Quacks. I eon
hwr^lraoommsnd Dr*. Kennedy AKcrgenas reliable
ITBSATE'ff SpaoUllatao They treatedme honorablyandikUlfnlly.'t A«v*u n.KATM’T,
T. P. EMERSON.
A Neryotts Wreck—A Happy Life.
T. P. FM?'UNON.
_
! • ®sw»on Nsi a Nsrrew Kieaps.
• y
S B ® S S S S S *^»&rvfsf}foT,n**‘
SBO TTSfkaanW K eSi h & fc
Prtert tin patie1118. Who lmvFdeVn"aIriS^tn 'lr^ n^ ^ ^ Tft^lvepiTfktiMvtis^
■\
&
aemHity *n.
bant tlniM
-eonviaienrt
. ways. The
l-ctttflrsTirp.
for homo
aur PftDtmiDtif
B t a t . S T 10”' ’
y curi8 PiIea>or no pay required,
!(om all narcntics, 8eVm attacks are re- Wheat, per bushel...... *:
lleved in from one to Utree days and
; ........
positive cure offeoted Jn fYom five to
P*r bushol
eighteen (lavs. For toiTe by druggists 1APP1^. V™ busliyl.......................
Mtmufnctuml and sold by the DroVf O n i o n s , p e r b n s b e h . .
.MmmtCo.CU.oogo.W,.
[ « .» ,.ptrbook,i............... ^
_Q»At
moitfy Mv«r,
H n a n
l l i l rf l
Th« fiesnlt of Yeoi;g of Study IC ^ r n ,'.T ^ 8.*.UR,I'T ;.^ .V"
T h o . ho. M M .“
,,vcr«. a ^
nml never failing kmuhIv. It has Im»o» i r ?
ICOHOKHfRW
* jM iiS S S tS a rfe *
Honseholde/8 and Phyaiolanareost^lm11^
mediately give notice of the flrst cas< f
and of every case of meastee to the health
jofficers or lo ihe^ prtsldent or clerk o.3the localboard of lienhit, tills is required
bylaw.
The board of health not only request*
Ihut demands that this notice bo comnlieit
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Vnrtcocelor Emission*, Norvous Debinty, Srmlnsl Wraknoss, (llset.
Stricture, Syphilisj Unnatural Dtschorges. Self Abute» Kidney end Bladder Diseases Positively Cured by
E m in .
inlt vmH1 tlioh MiiKkhitA V j.
mvi\ mA%t
. 1_ * •
*.
di« rcRults have twen I nv
9* money
reftindedT nPrice
88 cents
ner
yOttf business will_ grow, TJVWbring turedt
.... . Bheu> box. Forsale bv P P
In overy
uYcry caae.................
wondcrfttl. Grod’s
* /w *
because peoplewill
that tntuio <;uro U nncquatwi as a .positive re­
medy Iti nit'Casrs'of (Utroolo ami Acute
you are alive, mul« they Inflammatory Hl»enmaM*m. Gout, LumX n k iti,
bauo.
p<;latlcH,
Nrtwalgta;
especially
Ova­
would rather deal with a rian Ne\ivuti;iH; Dyemennrrhboa and
ail w
...,m „„,
Chelsea,Apr.4.1898.
“
in 41>alD'ethms.
m ■j'“i itls
- —aleo a valuable
down
.........
J0e
live man than, tvcorpse. If kindred
HIihhI Purifier, tielng eopecinlly ttseibl in Butter, Per wound ..
......................... 1*'
you advertise in tins paper «<*.«», Psorlo,,,. ,Sow,f„h. y.« Oloodu- n " . l . ' S
l«r 'Lnlarueuienta and diseases of tho ^a ®*PorDl,8,l0»
*
0.««,••• 82t
you will litid^tlmlijt
•Liver an<l Kidneys Iris absolutely free Corn,per b u s h e l . , v . j g j o
Pays
Nminonod'trioe, West forty,(40) ohnins and
sixteen nfl) links, thence South 89 -degrees
^Svwtbmr(4) chains uinoty-one(9u itnks along
the quurtoi-liiie, thutioe Southone dogree Kos
twenty-tw-oifflijohuiiifli thenoaBuuth 89 degreei
West eleven ehntnB and slxty-ono (61) links,
thoin'C Mouth one degreo East eighteen canine
tvvii link,
i n >m
, |uy
e xsetern
ulong
the quarter Utw,^ t»> tho'
jlHoe of beginning, containing forty acres of
f,iond.‘
. Ihosix 16) Rores ot Innd off tbo entire South
end -rtho SYtmt hnirnf tbo South.wost quhrtor
of tho Soutb-oast quarter of sootioii number
one it), in township number three 18) South'of
Hanao three Bast, (Sharout. in the Htateof
VIVUipiTIII
Mlcfiijnmr
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Dattsl, January Ii, 1896. t
CHUI^KA SAVINGS BANK,
M*Ao4 Tmtmtni mad*^^^aqrsdf My fttomicnhl^T ■
wmw^otComumWon.
h»U«2tolk« l4 of whom w«ro c u w ^ TliX W
MPPiie* vigor, riCOityiSid
Enrons TftKATX’T
READER!
.
i f t n TttXATMlWT.
^
mar*
ft^TNYSrS
m
sa o a P A T
♦S f B D O K
IS Yeira In Detroit, 100,000 Cured. No Risk.
•
W ' *5l. h ’, t r , r »!> Hnwrt opl«tm
VA
ones
ment
. ..K8 Osb S Wl
C ^
•ry?SinSoonSTcSatuial. Muostton
D»S, EENNEDY
& ,
CONSENT. &«'■
Hat antt o^-sr of Treatow s o f t 's o r o n v e i-
KERGAH, N5 « ES ,e

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