The Morning Record, October 12, 1899

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The Morning Record, October 12, 1899

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Grand Traverse County (Mich.)
Traverse City (Mich.)

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Bates, Thomas T. (1841-1912) and Hannen, John W. (1863-1940)

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1899-10-12

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THE MORNING RECORD.
TRAVEBaE COTT, MICH., THDESDAY. OCTOBER 12.1899.

TUrd Ymi^Vo 761.

VARI ^ AHEAD

' THS B1.VB AMD TKB 9MAT.

HOSTIUm BEGUN.

Vuebed SMabr Btda to Oraet tka
Prwidaat.
Boers Grossed Hatal rro&tier
BruarlUa. lad.. Oct. tl.—PrcaUeat
McElalar aad bU aablsat brrtaad hare
Testerday.
Ui* Boraiar to attaad tba aatiaaal reaaioB of tba blae aad (ny. A heavy Kemora ere Oomst that Pightiag
Averieu A>^ Admeter a;M<Ul7 i
afalUac. but te.OM vetarmaa
□ Has BegM-Orsat Britain Holds
ir«tk»ftrd »sa ■» 1
aad vialton throaced aboot the ataThatTransvaal PlUmatam Depr
TowM WlUkaJ
tloa. Tba eetarmu ia fray rlad with
Bar of aU Paaoefnl AltaraatlVM
•ekwu a*** Bifc-ta
Pm- thaae ia Uoe la taadartar a tt«Madand That BeeponaiblUty ot Doe^
kbBMt Mfl Drora Than »mdt. oaa ormUoo whan tha praahlaatlal
par^arrivadlag War Beats Vpon Boatw
The party waa aaeortad by the ClaraLondon. Oct. U.->A peacbeal atote
Waahlnirvn. Oct. U.-A
land Qraya to the fair yroanda, where
• alo^Ualloaatoti -PrMideat UeClnlaT delirared as ad- of war ezlsU between the Transvaal
oAeial aad praaa dlawielua froa Mm- ilnaa Uoreraor Mosat proffered a and Kogland. The Boers have cioeiuJ
the
Natal frentier, and mmora of fight­
Uft. TbtaUalaotba
welooae On behalf of the state aad
.V and the expeeta- iotrodneed the president, who made a ing la the “Tongneof Natal" are cur­
Uoo la that there will be aoae heavy short s web. The party waa then es­ rent here. Montague White, oonanl
•Cbiiar wtthlq the next few days.
corted beck to the train, followed by a general of the South Afnean repnbllc
AaoordItMC to auumeau made at the long line of veterans- The bine and j 1» London, has closed the consulate
war department ao more tewae are to the gray marchnd ahonlderto ahtmlder. and left the continent, and Conyngham
Omenn. BrllUh agwt at P-elorla. will
be ukea and then diandoood. It is
leave the Transvaal tonight.
yropoeed to make the adranoe penaanLondon,- Ocv 11.—If the latest rcaak With the adhtlonel force which
poru. which are confirmed from var­
errtred dorlny the raioy eeaan aad
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others to follow there will be a aofii- Bat AroUteot and BaUdera ious poinu in Bonlb Africa, are tru^
the Boers are not walking for the ex­
eleat number of troopa arallable to
W«T0 Warmly Scored.
piration of the timn limit, but hbve al­
(vriaos towns as rapidly as they are
ready crossed the border, aa they are
Md etlU leave a formidable
foroe for conUnulnjr the coward move- Board of Ziucauon Indulged In Plain enUUed to do both in virtue of the no-

Bmt7' P%htliig XxMkwl for
in PhllipplB««.

HAY COMPROMISE

TvoOeaM.

0HVX8XHB TO DBXAOOA BAT.
The Cblesg) and Kontgonasiy to Look
After American Intarcaia.
Washington. D. a. Oot n.—In the
event of war In Sooth Africa, which
the Boer nlUmatnm te regarlod as m th­
ing practically eertaln, orders will be
Immediately cabled to the omiem Mop tfomer, dlreeUng her to proceed to
Delagoa bay and oo-operate srith the
American oonanl at Pretoria la the
protootloo of Amariean eltUeaa aad

Is Id IrtBr Itself.'
It reqniree oxperieDce in
buying tbe right Assortment
of mouldings as well u skill
it catting them np—The all
importnut point, howerer, is tbe op-io-date knowledge of the
most npprovrd way to combine mouldings and mat boards to
bring out the best that is in the picture.
It costs uo more to
bare a picture framed iwrectly than otlerwise. We make it a
point to_visit the’ largest Art stores in the cities ao as to keen in
touch with tbe latest 'wriuLles” in tbe bnsiness. Onr two exl>ert wQrkmeu in the Framing Department can fix yonr nictnre
“while you wait” at rock bottom prjees.

Bear Admiral Schley Informed Art
lag Secretary Allen today of bis wUilogneas to assume cemmaad of the
Sontb AUaatie squadron whenever the
depstrtment desired, aad was Informed
that the cmism Chicago sroald be
ready for eea on OcV :S- She will procoed Immediately for Delagoa bay, ard
ContmanderMcrrial. eommandlqg the
Moatgomerr. will make his report to
the (quadroa commander.
The autboritiee appreciate that it
will be impossible to send ao Ameri­
can force into the Transvaal, but they
areeoaBdent that the moral effect of the:
preaenoe.of men-of-war will result in i
aatisfactory treatment being accorded i
American eliiseoa, or, at least, tfaai |
of the American consul

Talk
-----------------------------------------About DefeeU In MewinSchool
their behalf Will he given proper atManila. Ock II.—Oeneral Schwao'a
Additions-BeaolttUoD Providing i
British acknowledgment ThUacI**®^®®oolnmn bavintr aeeospUsbed lu pur.
That Mo Moro Money ShallBe Paid, knowledkimeal reached Pretoria aoj A young moulder came to city yes
pom of puoUbiri» the rebels, b return­
belief."* terday. He is staying with Mr. and
ing from Ban Francleoo de Halabon.
«.da,m,=lt».AppoU.tt<llo Miaol
.
I amounting almoat to a certainty, that, Mrs. Harry Bound, and Harry is paaa’ The naval expedition that went to the
p„.y
y^eat Britain wel-. iog the cigars.
an AdiBtimeot
Bonthofthe Pasig rivsr to raise the
Last
night's
aesalon
of
the
board
of
'
corned
an
sot
which
deprived
IhU
Spanlah river gDDboat Areyst. reporu
edeeation was mainly devoted to a!ooontry of ah' peaceful alternatives Ltsgisi
that no rmlaiance was eoeoontcred.
Kolued of Saxony
T yarn
yam for irfanta.
Han Pranelseode Malabon, Oc'. ii.— spirliei^iacuasion upon the defecu of {ood gs*e u the great anperfie-al adboys and girU. 40;, tie. MK. All kit>< a
of leather, dock
dn. and coreuroy logins
Oeneral Schwanl eolnmn, while ap- tbe new edditlons to the Boardmau i T»niage to ba derived from the fact
at
S.
R'nda
avenue
and
Elmwood
avenue
school!
uiat
the
adversary
voIuntarUy
assumed
proaoblng this town, marched tbronjrh
And whUe the member! j the stigma of virtually declaring war.
a ooontry eo moddy that the mnlee all buildlnga
The feeline In London U that tie
«oUapeed. He oocnpled the town with- seemed desirous of proieeUng the city's
ont fighting, theinaargentf retreating IntemsU there was a manlfwt diapoal Transvaal will merely Invite the Brit­
Uon
to
steer
oi^ of liUgaUon. The ish diplomatic agent to leave Pretoria
nader oover of the creek beds.
meeting
waa
eharaeteriaed
by
plain
on tha expiration of tbe time limit of
lAttf. when reeonnoleiering in force
to the eontbward. Geoe^l Schwan talk aad warm pWagea between Arch­ tbe ultimatum. Oreat BMtian will
came opdh trenebea where Hidden In- itect Moore and aome of the membera not declare war against whnt she con­
an/centa poured eevoral voUeya upon of the board. Tbe aenUment of the sidered a dependent state. An impor­
theVneral and h» staff The rebeU board wae empbetlcsUy against paying tant Sontb African firm here bat rewn that
iBleted atnbbomly. The reoonnolter- out any more money tsthetcontractora,
Tpe Col-'
lag foree. eonaUtlng of Oear'a batUl- aad eondemnation of tbe workraanahip
tonot the Tblrteenlb regiment with on the Bosudman avenne addition par­ ony is regarded ai imminent
_
ticularly
w

freely
Indulged
in.
A
dispatch
f-om
Pletennariizbarg.
two gnna of Kiley'a battery, drove tbs
ii^^^u two milne. fighting all tbe) «ealullon was finally passed providing Natal, says that Intense excitement
The Hew*Shoe For
wav Tbfcy found a ficldpieee and eer- that no more money should be paid u> prevails there andf that the Orange
Women.
oral wounded aad ^ek Pillplaoe and the oontraetora or architect uotil fur­ Free State troopa have already crossed
ther
diraeUoB
of
tbe
board.
The
tbe
Natal
border
and
are
advancing
eaptnred tweaty-l*^ iaenrgenU. Manv
lutfon
aleo
provided
that
a
eonfc
U-at, bpo.-r UssTiiillcKtloo to liiu abor
FlUplncdead wer^ etrewn along the
upon Ledyamlth. It la auted that tte
Tba Sor»-i> cro'r* ikai .bor. ,-sa iw
field. TbeAmericaaloeewaeone offlinvaders entered NeUl by the Cundy■cl«DUBpaIIr r.>B*iruci<al ■«»» tu eomlilor rooiton «ith airU bad »l«»»or.-.
clongh pees, thirty-seven mllee aontbcar and oavea men wounded,
No -.boo baartcr l»-a« Crai.tord ibsitasa
ring at
mat will, .iirh UDlarrMl fsror id bo«b
weal of Newcastle.
Oeneral Sebwaa'a main eolnmn
Kuropr BD4A^rncDD«tbrDorMl>. T*u
If tbe dlf
difficulty.
AU indicaUonagotoahow that Ureat
m«rted yeeierday along a v«y bed
fCDn. ul tiKa ddC oaDrlj •arani)’ thou*.
■ Dd dollDra baa baru apaii id prapBrln,.mad on the Uft bank of tbe river with
Brluln Is ao unprepared as to be com­
ddB parlaatlDg II. ao UiDl Iba SoroalUnder tbe regular order ecvcral MIU
ahoa Ilf IiidDr la tb« moat DdaDDaad wo
fienken thrown far onl. and Mijor of Arma A Cole for work on tbe eehool pelled to remaia on the defensive for
mmo a abor m allalaot-a.
Tba waDrar
Badd<s battalloD on the right beak buUdlnge. were allowed and wdered eome weeks- AU aggreeatveiena must
cflkiroalaabor. will no.l Ibal «ba Bba
••auraO a runlilDDlioa of tha aittwoia
eoverlng that flsnk. rendering the fire
come from tbr Roeru. It seems highly
ofalfla. tha DODia of t»ahli» and tba
paid.
porlaaiioD of onafi.rt oaaor liafora
«n» the IneurgMil trenehee IneffeeClerk Blekerd reported tttpt thb deed probable that t>ie “Tongoe of Natal."
■ tiuucbi poaaltiia lu -boa wakloii. Thar
tlvfc Msjw Budd rrtumed to Banta for the Boonville eehool eitc waa ready aa far aa NnveasUe srUl be In the
baa* all tba rood nuallllaaef a rBatOB.
made aho* roaUor KSu
Oma before derk. Oeneral BAwan tnr deUvery and the abetraet ahowtag bands of tbe Boers befme meny hours.
Prom this point on they will probehly
apeat the night at MaUbon.
a clear Utle, also anbmltted.
The aatlvea eeem generaUy eapporiOn motion, the paroharo priee of tha flpd the Briiit'.t foroee at Ladyamlib
of Ue ineurrMtlon. bnt Uan are property, tlOO. waa ordered paid and and Dundee enable of repelling tbelr
lew that have arma. There le much the transfer eompleted.
attaeka. TH>- l.tdyamlth garrison waa
firing at the Arnsrioane from naUve
One new clock eaeh for the Oentral, reinforced y-.,..-rday by tbe Oordon
beta.
_________________
Boardman avenne and Elmwood ave- Highlanders « -1 a atrong contingent
nnr bnUdlnga was ordered pnrehaaed. ofaboale.00uman. This force ought
to be soffi^ent to stem tbe Boer
edvancemMi by way of Znluland and
Bnt Bupbreleore Have not yet Pleoed
ditlona of ehadee.' pletnre moulding. malnula commnnieaUon with the base
frrder Ter ramiehlnt Hew Oonn
mometeis. and kalaomlning In var-1 »* PietermarUiborg.
Boom-Other Boutlne Bueinem.
On tbe Bechnanaland border tbe
situation seems to give tbe Boon a
Little but rontlM boeineee wee acry advantage. There is eonnempllehed by tbe b sard of supervisors Ooeblln argued that tbey were a neeeeTMlerttay Tbe board spent oonalder- eity In regnlaUng the temperature un­ alderable anxiety In tbe dbtriete of
Vryburg andMafeking. although it U
abU Ume In eMSldertng a proposition der the Smead entem.
hoped
that
the reloforcemeou rceenliy
from a Chicago firm for fnmUblng tbe
On motion of Mr. Hoyt theee needs
dispatched there wUl be sufficient to
eosrt roemofthe new buHdlng. bnt
ere ordered provided for at onoe.
I proteet the rich town of Limberly.
« at the afr
•Mkm the prepoelUon waaeldetracked
After tSed
n of the ronUne
and other bills will be eonalderod. matlenthe all-important question of
ALLBOBD TO BB TOO SHALL.
Manager Montagus of the Hannah A tbe aoceptanee of the new additions
Lay Mercantile Co. appeared before waa taken np. Mr. Bound of Ike com­ Jfiark Orsw wUl Bnforoe the State
the board and eubmlttod a proposition mittee on bnlldinga and grounds re­
Flab Law.
which wUl be considered before any- ported that the board bad made aa inDeputy Game Warden Mark Ormw
• thing further la done in the matter.
veatigaUoD of tha bnUdlnga in com­ says tbfft a complaint wUl be sworn
3. W. -Hannen appeared before the pany wUh Architect Moore and John outtblamorDtogbyblm againat John
board andenbmiitod aatatement of the Kyaelka. and that Mr. Kyaelka had Barry, for violation of the state fish
•xeenditurm from the ai^ropriatiea of pronounced the bnUdinge in bad ah^. law.
gaoo by the eouety for the relief of the
Jaa. A. Moore verified the statement
It appears that on two previous ooeaaol^iera of the BpanUb-American war of Mr. Bound by enumerating aome of alona fish that were under eize were
who epilated from this eity - -The report tbe defaeta. already
In Ucee j fouid is the poweaalon of Mr. Barry,
Iheiaded tbe diapoeition of the joint oolamna. and ta ordwto bring the but he waahble to give an explanation
fund, of srblch Hon. Perry Rannab matter before tbe board In tbe shape It g„t we. aeOafaetory U Ma Crow, and
•'i«ntrlbnieddl.0O« aW the elUiena of
ftontinurd on third page-]
no proaeenuon waa mada He promtbe e -y tllO. i» addition to the amount

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I DobOr aulla ce able—sooda fa*a
», -71 Su.KA)tt«u. S'lai. tt-Hi
AllbiDdaofsood
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oiaoklBtoaboator bora-auuDS.
KaDaftBlns la hu;-a ncilarwsar.
•wsar, awaatarD.
awaatafD, sluaaa.
cluaaa. b
bala. rspa. iMCtaa. tlaa. >db
odata. ate., ate. It'm tbe aaaalI bar wso
wxo lella
lalla tbair
tb*lr parai
pan-Dia to so to

S BENDA & CO. Fashionable Outfittefs.

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Special
In Men’s Suits
We pul OB sale jeatorday

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COISIDtRIIIS FURMITUIIE.

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at TEN DOLLARS,
Meo's Fall SuiU. tack style, made of all pure wool heavy
eord eerre—a very dressy suit, thoroughly well made and
trimmed and eaetly worth >13.00 to >U 00.
'“■P*«ked, and they go to you at TEN

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STEINBERG’S

i GOOD
5 LININGS
Are important, and we<can strongly recom*
mend the following popnlar lines. ,
Orienul 9Uk........................... S6c
Genuine Near Silk...... ........... 26c
Mercerized Satlsee.................. 40c
'
Imported TwiU Goat Lining .. 4pc
FercaUnee and Slledas.. ..B. 10, IBc
Taffeta knUqne..........................,16c
COHDKTTE....................20 and 26c
Best yet £or,facing ami iatgrlininff—Gennia'e onljf at

Alfred Y. Friedricli.

Eiclusive agent for Sifosis

THRU MiiiioN BRICK.

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I notify all from whom bis fish were
to eommittee work and the considera­
tion of matters-'relating to tbe new Made ^ J- W. Karkheru ThU Tear, atipped to consign no small fish to blm.
eonrt bouse^_________ '
Wltk One hxceptlon the Haas- - < Yesterday aome Sab were received to
teat On put in Sfi Tearo.
J 9r. Barry's address, aod were not unBLOVM UP WITH DTHAHITE.
- WorktnJ.W.Markham's'briek,.rd.!p*'‘‘«‘'‘>«"*"^«““»‘‘*J:*
Sobbms Looted a Bank and Seenred |
sea«>n.
V> Chicago.
tlO.OfW.
! after t>§e of tbe most tnooessful
I Depuly Crow advised Mr. Barry to inwho makte a bit in
MoniiceUo, lod .Oci. ll-The bank j ^‘^^yearo ^rnoellr'Markham
ap.-ct me fish, and if there wefe any hii-^inefs is tbe man who ia ihorMS. h.r.
i
1b£. The mfe was blown np wjthjy^„,jo- With one exception In all |
and dwlared ihw to be 1
If yon don’t have a telephL_.
dynamite end betwee. >3.ooo end $10..
joio thle eeeeon'e ontpot bea ,ell right. "Mr. Crow made an examln- Ipeoplt* are liable to think that yon
OOOaeeured. Tbe explosion demoliabed been the largeal. y,.
andeuted
the total
loUl production
productionand
euted ibeioulof
ibaioulof CT5
C.5 poundsi
pouni
« frame
In which
the h
Urn
frame buildlDg
buildlog^in
which _the^bank
being S.ooo.ooo. Of *®2is’Tu«^^^^
thto qoaaUly i«* fish
B»k that
that ware
ware jmckod.
jmekod. 233
233 S»u?d.
pound
They will probably
IS toroted. Tbe thieves eeeaped.
about 400.000 brick are atill to be pul)
The small fish wei
think that yon are
Soaettos being takae by the Traveren glower &ao yon
I. for new bcOldinga. a
Tha commlttoe on a
are.
ave been laxad to their
eoftheUma. Saxt year proai- eonnetl meUaat night to ooMldcr tha
Nobody wanta to
;3llba «aeaa hare this ymr.
propoaad faaaaklse far a street railway.
Mageodyear alaa
I deal with people who
An-ofdtnanea covartng tbe matter wlU
DitaaSAfia
’ ate bebi^ tba tunea
ba drafted aad anbatted to the oomfwak eealB. flaual. nhhar or shaae OhlMlata
^^M^fromSl.» to sajcTl! Kanv n*te« (er man. SAN aad mittaa of tho wboU batea it la
praoMtad to tha oaaaelL
ila H'BwteAOo.

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THEREiS A REASON
FOR EVERYTHING
The reason our trade is steadily increas­
ing is that we sell better goods for the
money than any firm io Tr»vers^ CityJust placed on sale 4H pairs ladies* but»
ton' shoes, $1,25 and $1.50 valnes, for
95c.

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the food more defitkMS awl V

sm ia
SvMis*.
TkaMMloM af
C T. V. jtatrd»T wm weU atuaded. ts
o<
tk« iaelMent <reatb«r. aad Uu proMr. aad Mra. 3. Kellpof BactJi
Beedeto Twlrter* Meat Thim la a
fTM for tk* 4ay •••
here relomed from a trip 5o Chloapo,
Beniwap Qama bp a Seere of
mad balpfaL The firsl mmIob
aedere ependlap a fee deye with Mtm.
af the BOBveBUoa wm called to order
16 to 6.
O. H. Veodereort of State street.
bp Mn. P. i. BoveH. vice preeldest
The bad weather kept tbe elteaMerUrek rciareed last alpht
at iaive at the orfanlsaUoa. She led
....-.-V—--r_________
deaoe at the ball game peeterday very
aftor a huiaeM
trip le Chleepo
ia aa taprceilTe deeallonal i
J. C. Blobarde bee renmed from e l^w. bet Uere wee aoeae verp poOo
ter which the c
buelnee* trip to Cherlevol*.
i^*pto« end those who were there
bpma.
6ea llM WM io Kslkerite peeterdep were pled that they weal.
FoUowlBC this, the eoareatloB weoti OB boelnoie.
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The proonde war* very wet, mekiap
lato ea hoar in which the feiihfnlneae
Mr*. B. K. Brlakbamhea pone on s'affective pitching verp diOtmlU bni
aad devoted cflorte of Mr*. &. A. Camp- vtolt to Seplnew.
I both pitcher* did eaeal lent worb.
belU of Northpori. wee honored with
B. A. CempbeU of Norlhport, to ,1a
Klnptley came with the ioteatioa of
toeebtap Ulbnue. A preetlop wae th„al,y.
j wiping out tbe defeat that tb^ reroad from her. aad wae wvmlp r:W. B. Bleberds has returned from solved at tbe beade of the Twirlet*
eelved. Mr*. Oampben i» Iriapet hv CherievoU. wheredie he* been on-boei. Bnadap But tblapa
home at Northporu verp 111. Her
(heir wap. Uough they had mee from
ptrenu, •Father end Molhv" Sieele.
Mr. end Mrs. James Shripley bee re­ their own tora. from Summit aad
are Id etaendeaee upoo the ooavention.
from Walton. Wmtarne. the-Walton
turned from e waateA trip
The •operlniendcaU' hoar wae fell
W. T. Mummery, euu factory In­ pitcher wbo wee la the box for them.
of profit. The followlap eopertaicnd_____ ,
.
in the city.
did fine work, etriklap I
eata pave reporu end ceppeetioas that
Mrv Franeee Smith U ependiap e fijret foor laalepa end IT during .th«
were eerp helpful:
week with her etoler. Mrs. MePhereon.' fame. Bto eupport wae very poor e
EvenpeltoUc. daU aad Prison. Mie. E.
at Empire.
timm.
L KellocrMlM Berthe Petertyl returaed laatl FollowlapU theeeore:
Flowv Mlmloa, Mta. P. J. Oertto.
alaht frrn s'trip to Oblcapo.
Twlrter*.................... 1 o o 7 0 o s 0—i*
Soldier* a^.Sellore. Mrs- L. E
Mr* Fannie Avery-b**r*tumedfrom;»off*»»7................... « « « 0 0 0 S o- *
Modpe.
'
atrip to Ohioepo.
!‘ Betteriee. Bleckbum end Ben*; WU.
Prm eadAl a onea Work, Marp B.
Mn. Albert Petertyl end ^Udren to™
Swnck out, b,
BeetoD.
who went to Chloepn some Ume ago. Blackburn. B; by WlHlama. 17. Beer
Aa iBvttatiOB was roealvpd from E ^iLnStothtocltylactnlpht.
on balU. off Wi^ I. Suav.be.ae.
J. Morpaa.cirerinpUeladlm lb* ue
W C JohntoD, who to promoUnp the Twlrler*,. u. Donble plays, Tolrlere.
of bto llverp to amke a drive about the
neir elecUle lallroed. left yeeterdey
>•
ei^. Ibelavitatioawaaeoeepted.end
forChl'apo.
Mr. Borpaa vrae teadered a bearip,
Leo Solomon arrived
To Ouro • OoM in One Ony.
vote of thaake for bto kladneae. Ibe Llpoeler, lud.
Take Weiner’* White Winr ..f Tv S>Tup
Udiee will Uke tbe drive this mornlop
the beet cough remedy on earth. SS en
B-eord, lain thecH.
at 8:10 if tbe weatbw perailto.
Dr. E O. Sewyv will leave today tor 1
--------------------------After the propram of tbe forenoon
XO*
wae dtopoeed of. the ledlee end their Kent,
Kent Ohio, whre ^*“1 J^t f^ e

KINGSIET WIS USI.

til
xmie xro. *BOO

▲ntiqao or Habognoy

Only $3.76

I» hte add/M of weleone to -the
ladlaeeMabledlatte dletrfet «■ C
OoldoB
J. D.'OoowUoa Xepor Baalltoo
•ado eoBW Uaelp allaeloee. Tbep
wan tIaMlp aad rIchUp plaocd be«aaae thep <tore eebjaete la which the
irn»ii ere eiuUp latereeted and aoatlere which, whoa taenretie woiaea
Uke theee take held of the*,
boaad to become eeearco faeU aad act
pere thaorle*. Ibe mepor referred to
the frowiac aecd of a boepltal
Tnevee Cltp aad meatloaed
aflorm alreadp made la Ithit dtp
•eaataallp eeUblleh a ealuble piece
^ the care of the eick.( He referred
do the latrodeetloB of the n.b}eet b}
TU Moaaiao Beoobd mob after thr
patera of oar eoldlen from Oaha, wheo
saaoreormoro of the hope were HI.
Md referred to the aSorU of tble paper
to rortee aa latermt la a local hoepllaL Healeo toldorftheifloru la the
OMM Uae made bp the Ba(le a abort
Hmear>- Beeldae tbia eebjeet Mepor
BemUton arped the aeeceeltp of ae
Imptared and enlaired pnbllc llbrarp
•rrelat that a more exteaelre Ubrarj
•1th permanent reading rocme would
W a boon to poear-men. Theee anb
)eeta ere of preet taieraet to eeerpoee.
The peblle to eve to reap materiel friend* went to e aoereelp lea* latereat- return ty hie wife, who U mw “^ p” e'\“
Itondl
f eiehleken pie dii
Oecer WUliu relumed yvtcrdey
baaeiu. end neoeae le promoUBp
- to Kelkeeka.
Kelkt '
them wU: alwepa follow the eSorta of The food wae doHcloo* aad prepared from e trip
tbe way for the epleadld program that
Prank Melnloeb of Mnekepon. wbo
a* avletant quartemaetv of the
fallowed In the afternoon.
The devotional evvloe fv tbe after- .hlrty fourth Michigan Volneteere In
TEaaetoeB
the late wv. wa* in the city ywlerdey
Boon was led by Mi*. Franc J. W. renewing vqneintanoea among tbe
of emtelaty w raboet the Traaerael
Stone Tbe fint thing on the pracram membei* of Compony M.
Mtoatton sad the i
plaeky aitUe Sonth African republic w*e e very exeellent papv. "Tbe Ideal
At Marshall a handsome young lady
will undoubtedly beetca hoeUllUw. Woman" by Mra^^eameof Charle­
Chicago aad a young man from Bat­
Tbe Bote o'f the Bov* to eddrveed In voix.
tle Creek wore married Tureday In a
TbU
wee
followed
I7
e
general
cfBhurry.
Later be telephoned to hi*
as bold laapuepe ee might be expected
We are sole agents for the
sr»'
hour.wblchwacpurtlclpated
In
bv
father
in BatUe Creek for fiou. bat
from any of the great malione. It
celebrated 'i.oiigley'' hat.
Mia P. J. CurMe. correepondlng secre­ that worthy rvponded: "No^^o. my
Sell at the uniform price of
a rvpoblle with a populetlon of leea tary: Mra Freae J. W. Stone, trcaauaad Miu. P. J. Howard, vioe-proal$3.00. As much attention
the etaie of Delaware ebonld give
A Tboueend Tonguv.
each an empbet^ warning to tbr eeat at large
Could not exprev the rupture of An­
shoul^be paid to the shape of
Following thle ceaie a fine paper on nie E Springer, of Philadelphia, when
Voops of aneh a great empire to keep
the hat to have it 6t the face
Dr King'* New Dbeovery cored her of
off. Tbe mult can mean nothing le** the“DntleaofOffi0MU''byMr*. Carrie a baching cough that for many yvi*
as the head. A man with large
that a detarmlaed aad dtoaetrons Faxon, prealdent of tbe lOlh dtotrict. had made life a burden. She vy»: "AfTbe paper wae full of helpful enggee- •er *11 other remedin and doctor*
full face wants a «lilTcreni
tlona
failed it *00D relieved the pain in my
shape from the tall man with
Miee Blanche IHaakell aang a very
Tnx Chicago later .Oeeea remark*
something I can acarcely remember do­
pleaelng solo. "Yea. there le roott
small features. The Fedoras
with a degree of eattoSmUdn that
ing before 1 fvl like Bounding iu
you." e eeleetloD dedicated to Mlv praUe* throughout the (.‘nlveiue." Dr.
Vlad oeatre can now be Uanefe
are a dressy hat. Have them
from Chicago to Sandy Book becauv Willard. She wa* accompaaled by MU* King * New DiBeoveiy i* guaranteed to
in all heights and different
cure
all
troublv'of
the
throat,
chvt
or
' Ohioagoba* no ibore nee fv It. The Bdne MoSatt
lonea Price Sne and $1. Trial botOe
widths of brim. Same with
ASne reading wa* given by
Mg yaebt race may now go on aad
lOct* at Ja* O Jobnaon’* and S. E
- |bm to IltUe doubt t»t that today's Alice OarpenUr. entiUed "Tbe Wo
Stiff hats. Have them for
Walt's drug *torv.__________
oa'a Strike." She rvponded
ppateet will be wiled to a fintoh.
young men, middle-aged men
Xwqutra&e
BsU
bwrty encore with a humorous a
and heavy set elderly gentle­
tlon. "Tbe Suffrage govtlon."
THB*pnrcbaee ofjpidewalk and e
Mra’ Bite Whitman oosdneled an
men. The Crushers (orevery
lag plank. reeenUySeuiborlzed by the
ppaaeU leads to tbe •enggeetlon that open parlinment "What Superintend'
day wear, four shapes, (iraeco.
ante
ere
to
Our
Wvk,’’
In
which
many
MPSeat eroaelnge wouTd. be more dnrPasha, Turban and Small. We
of the delegatM Joined.
and e pood thing tor the city.
Mrs. Maebon Introduced tbe good
fit all heads!
lllaiatore table, on which the work* of
Mery Weod Allen have e prominent
place- These book* are on sale, and
Berman CerUoa bed the mtofonune are very fine for the price uked for
p lose bis left thumb yceierdey while them. Tbey are of a helpful and
■ prtoe Mveral
M work In the •beehei(feeU)ry. Be wee practlvl nature, and oompi
pg work on the eleehing machine, aad MU of Information and eouniei
are very valuable, vpeelally to
the machine ao Infured the tbamb that youpg.
Pr. Kneeland had toampawte It at the
Tbe flr»t twenty minutv
n mu*t
veniug aeasiOB wn* devo
aa$»nd,Joint.
uDdvtbe charge of Ml**
B pleoc of branch from an apple tree _________ 'ader. Mist Lontoe Buck
If BOWoB.exblblUon In the butldiap played a very pleaeaut piano eolo
poeupled by'tbe AntoemUe BxpoalUon Mra Percy Holdiwortb vng a Lullkby
As well fitting garments as
Ual to remarkable, and eepccially w In her deUgbtful »iyle which ba* «o
won tbe bvrU of tbe people. A piano
custom made. Strictly up-lo
fbto to an oS-fnfit year.
The branch MlecUon by MIm Vader wa* Played in
apataine 16 well developed applee in her ntual charming ityle, and the doe
date in e%*ery respect. Our
eeleetion. a vocal
voo ' *olo
' 'by
Iff than e foot 04IU length, and five lag mutiai *eleetion.
jo
Cassimere Suits at 85.00 are
Mr. White, wa* greatly ei joyed
have fallen off.. making twenty
----- rfqudi,
Mn.Miu.
Carpenter
al rrquvi,
grew os the limb In e epaee of less ^ao
world beaters in quality, make
er delightful
Ightful reading. "The
afoot The-appleewore grown about Women ou ia Strike." which wa*
and fit. Same with our blue
received wii
fU mito* fraw town.
Mvy E Hvi— —Oeoege Lutman to;very 111 with eelat- Cnpt in With Methv.Serge and Chevoit, in single
p rbeametiem.
or double breasted from $g.50
Fk.Uow?ng^"lhle prograni, B
The Fore*ter* enjoyed e very planepat eoetolldance at their hell last even- Ooehlln led la e *hort devotk*
to $16.50. Our great guaranviv. Then the greeting* fro
Isrfraternal <
— "Your Money Back
Frank Brceehbad a llvelr eacounier J. A. MoDUgueaovklng for the Womaa'tClnhendMraS. C. Dvprv for
Cheerfully." if not satisfactory
with a polecat yeaterdey, which be the Lediw' Ltbrerr Ae»xlaUon. The
kUtod In eahort eaeonatar.
toepeekfv the I. O
in fit. finish, fashion or fabric.
J. W. MUllkee U hulldlog en exleo. -Jent.
. of the evening wa* one
If unable to please from our
Then
floa to bto- rceideace on Weehlngioo
ilpfnl of the ooDventlon
of the mvt help
stock we will order a suit for
lubject
was
"Leading
thvfer. The ■
Mr*. Oarrie FaxtoaBobbed the Slave.
ydu from the finest line of
The addrev wv full to the brim with
A starring leeldent to narrated by eurgMllon* and help* to right Uvisg
Joha Ollvv of Pblladelpbla, ae foUwe:
samples on the market.
"I wee la aa awful oondlUon. My ekto in the prvent day. and the eoInUoo of
tbe
problem
of
our
lime.
.
wae almou yellow, eyeseuakea, toague
Aftva ••ellwapeech''to »fcd
aoated. pain coatlnnally la beck end
«nee,
tbe
temperance
ooxology
•*•
Mdee. ao amUu. growing weakv day
to day. Three physlclane had given rang, and the meeting wae dlemtoaed
meap. Then 1 wee advised to use
Bsetrie Blltere; to mr greet pj. tbe
•ret boHle nude e dvided improvemeat I eontlnned their nee f
weeka. and am now a well
Was that of Dr. A. W. Chav, by
haow they robbed the graveo
the priM ef Dr. A. W.
vtotlm.*' No one ebonld fell to \rj whleb he
MCD omr. MIOHIOAN
Pllle at *6 eeou e e. E SruwiT. X. l>, fiop'T. E W. Bnxwwv
thaw- Only SOe. guaranteed, at Jee. O. Ckeee'* Kidnev-Llver
Kl
JohMoa'* aad 8. E Welt's drug etoree. bu. the*
M. E, EMldtnt Pkiucia*. irttb epataltiac phy

Oak or Mobogany £ Largest line of Bockers in tbe state.
$4.76

130 Front St J. W. SLATER’S House Furnishing Store

318 UNION STREET

W. S. ANDERSON.
BOTH ’PHONES NO. 43

Just Collarsl

Just Hatsl

Absolutely everything in
this necessary article. All the
newest shapes. Some ‘ shapes
never change. Fashion makes
others. Our big seller is the
“Two for a quarter" collar in
all shapes. , We fit the young
man with ^d. 12 neck or the
man with No. 18. Kver use
the "Thinoer-thickness"collar’
—four ply reversible, corded
edges, can be laundered both
sides, sells at 25c the one.

quffsi
Here we supply all demands
in shape, size and quality, 15c.
20c and 25c the pair. Ever
tise the “Linene” cuffs. 25c the
box of live,pairs; Use until
soiled then throw them away.

Cyrano
the name.

$3.00

Just Overcoats!

Just Suits!-

The most needed garment
in’ these days and cool even­
ings. We have anticipated
your needs.
Our counters
-pilled high with the best made
.overcoats in the market. $io
buys one of those dressy Cov­
erts. If you want a Melton it
ukes the same money. Our
$10 Beaversare dandies. Want
a Kersey?
Have them in
black,
bk-own, blue-black.
They’re a grtat seller and very
dressy. We struck the popufancy in our Montenac. Novel­
ty, Rartnee and Vicuna. Good
goods, well made and low
in pries, always sell.
I■

the price.

Made hr Herrick.

•Bi:

■ Style, comfort

and enod wear.

Have yon seen them?
If not, why not?

__ ____

Frank Friedrich
The Old Reliahle
Shoe Man.

REED Gin SiHITAIini

KiHinll Pianos aid Oreais

-------------- V4.I..M, rmrm
Briv <] ^
iSS-l?* rwlvvrkidnto
cure Bin
els'v

are wad end-eadoiMd to tae leading
___ ___
.*?o. I» Front
gVeel. M. E Strang, mnnngv.

within fVMb of ell. Prove their won-1
If yon have

■.! £Sa.'” "

BR. SnmiET



,L.

The Hannah & Lay Mercantile Co,

>>

rmt MOJtMlltQ WMOOVD, THtyBBl)AT..OOTOB»K 18. t888

UYGOIPROHSE

IdiRnotaxanM them. m% ha i
I far tha <
boUdiao aa a whoia. Aa to tha Ela(baaiiaaa tnm dtat paca |
J «ood avaeu baildlac. ha eoMidarad
oafht to aataaa la hit )ad««Mt. ha tteta food oaa ihrpefhoat. tha lalaodaoadthafaUoaHacraatmtte:
jpartaettona balnf eoaflaad to tha
EaaoIaad.Bp tha Board of Bda<attea Boardaaa araoua i
of tha eltr of Trawaa City, that attar lay of tha erooo doora, ha atatad that
T%* •Uetrie Itffkilsf plkat** 4oek »\ aearafal ajcaaiaatioo aod laapecUoa {_
„Mtld aabtide id that
Bo«rblM MUft^Md. tbrowtsf Tft •
••MOfMKl lato th«
MBt
Blaoood .TBoae achool balldloca la { Mr. Boyt waa on hU faat aa aooa aa
wkleb «U1 k« »tot*I low.
thia eliy. aaeb work aot eoofcralac to Mr. Moore haO lolahad aad daelared
Okk Bill. •djoislBf MMtotM. ww the plaua aod• ape
apK &oaUooa taroMad thatlo an inlarrlao with Mr. Wllaon,
TtalUd ht «ra Uoni^y. Tk« Um« by P. B Moore, atchiteei. wa oray any OBB Of tha bnlldera.
llty, clain or claima,
claim, oo
If V«q
Mftrted la«0M»k CawsmU’* dw«U- aad all liability,
raeeoant of aoel
leh work, or ady natortala had told him that he did aot think any
FmI
lac. Md teton the ftr* b*4 tprat ito
ao in eoDoecUoB taarewiin. and here member of tha board knew any mewa
fWT taro rMldMOM, tamr tam m4
direct that oo ordera aball be drawn abont tbe work on tbe botldinKa than
Hava HEADACHE,
money paid therefor, either to them
Mrml*h«d»'w«ra
BACKACHE,
a U-yearold boy. Mr. Wlleom alao
or
on
their
aaaoant.
anlcaa
harcattor
kl«M of o*«r M.OOO. wlU IcM tku
POOH APPETITE,
mid that the Soora were eaade aa they
ordered by thU hoard.
aso-tblrd iMniMoe.
BAD COMPLEXION,
Beaolred forlber. That no order eball were ondiraettoa of tha bnildlny comP. B.
. Mr*. Ad«lU PktiM. M old pioftow ba drawn, or moneyonpaid to catd
aeaertton Mr. Boond
oo aeeoaat of
of any
Md woll knotra raaidwt of Noi* Bm- Moore,__areblieet.
HoldbrUratstota Piic«»o.ai>dtte. 1
9
Urn in cocnaeilon witS I**"*
emphatically declared
too.hMjutMMBploMd o tuey «oUt aald work until bercaitnr ordered by j
(bay bad bad ootblny wSatatrer
■ wUeb oonwiat 7,M0 pliBio.Mf».Bottoo thU hoard.
to do the direction of tbe work. Mi.
batldara were friends of bla and hr i
U Tt 7«M of «f« and did all lha work
rayretiad any dlaayraement wbieb
to noUfy tke city toeaaorer forihwllh, el'rad that the Kjardman aeeaoe a^- wonld reSaot upon tbe yood latenUona
ar Baaror hara with- not to pay any order or ordera that, di'.lon wna tbe better of thetwo. whien olaitber. Bet In Uile eaae the inter
draara hnati^ Ubartlad baeaaaaof the may be preseDiad t» him made payable «aaa dlreeUy oppoe:t9 opinion
aata of the taepayera ware involved.
to aitber or•any
any of aaid peraona
' I oi- tba
- architect,
■daataroaa aaraUaaoaaa of yonot h»o.
lu.-tl
The people yanarsotly provided money
Mr Pope (oorad tbe -arcbiiact in a
tree membera uf tkla board be aofor yood eebool bcUdlnyt and it wne
A Baayor baalaata mu> hadly dam polotad by the preeldent. to confer and few warm remarka. in which he atatad the dnty of tbe board to eea that the
hfod hla wbUkara. Ba aaad the yaao- necouate with aald Meeara Wllaon A that It waa a litUa fab fetched for tbe money waa properly and wisely ea
Irwin and V. B. Moore to tbe aad, if architoet to come before tba board and
IfM oaa Uiataod of tha k
poaelblethat an am cable adjottmeni
pen-led and that tbe very bait resnlta
. halldlpy a Sra.
.
ba made of tba mattara in d.fferancc, make inch amarUona. The other day were obtUned for the money laveated.
B 0. Hataktaa of Arlinyton toon- and that aald eommittee report to thle he acaompanted the board to tba In this case be deemed tba work on
board one week from thla erealof. ~
boll'ilaya aod made ckcnaae for tba hnl
•Up, Van Barae eounty, loat a watch
Tbe reaolutlon did nut contain tba worrand now ha comes and admlla da- tha new addltiona very ntiaatUfaetory
while ploayhlay a Said two yaara ayo.
laat etaoea relaUre to the appolntmeot lacu in workmanabip. Tba board and not what the people ezpected the
Ha haa Joat raeoaerad tha tlm
ol a oonferanea eomraitua. That elaaee tbouybt be wae a eompaunt man. bat board to pay for. Be wae dlaappoloud
atlay WtbaaBrfaoe whila b
waa an amendment offered by Mr. the work looked as thonyb it waa very mocb le the bolldinya and did
y tha Aald for aowlay .
_____ _
sot believe the board oonld lake pride
Binybam. Tbe raaolaUon aa amended rasbed ihronyb <
It la apparMUy la y
ttb cheap labor.
Ui eablWliny them to vltrUra from
wna Anally adopted by a ananlmona
Arcnitact Mcc
A Colorado proapa<nor it dlyyiny in
rote, tbe meabare praaent balny
tha Band hllU at Urand Barao buntiny
Boond, Hoyt, Staama, Vopa,
tor a hidden traaaare of •U.ooo. wkleh
Cochlln, Moore and Blnyhnm.
aoou old BolUwatoaU Indian who
Mr. Blnybam waa loth to Involra tha tme that the bollden had trouble
waa taUlay in hla alaap told him ^a
be would like to pay tbe biUt and aeiboard in Iltirntion and mantfaatod n with tbelr workmen.
Mr. Moore t1. the matter, but at public aervauto
kaeratad aonawhara In tha rieinlty. '
daalre to nettle tbe dlBenlty amicably, replied that It was tme, hot that was
e board eboold <
• tbe loterBlmar. the Sra year old eon of Mr.
altbonyb be freely daelared that the an experience met by all bnlldera.
hod Mra. Uanaal Ritter, of Uka OdaaThere was a lively Ult between tbe
•a. while pUylny near a hos of lleoa.
. ..
Inya arrt
him.
arehlteet
and
Mr.
Hoyt.
rs{»r
diny
tbe
tbonybt the board abonld see that they
fall law the Hmaand waa terribly bornCity Attorney Oodye waa atkad as to
differeoce between a valley and a W're paid. Hot for tbe aafety of the
ad. Bb raoorarr la rary doobtfol.
the loyal autna of the aitsation and la
board no more should be paid on tbe
OalamatbaaaCjlneaaledya of frot reply to a dlreei ({aeatioa autad that pUebed root Hr. Boyt called at- eontmei uatn some remedv abonld be
■Moai. It waa oryanlaed laat Satnr if tha board had any powm to dalayata tentloo to a pockTi where tbe roof of found for tbe delecto in qneatlon.
day alyht and ataru rlyht ont with a ito anltaorUy to the arcbltact. then tbe the Koardman addlUon joined tbe old
There
. jere wae oonaldemble
.
- . •‘taenmlon
________
>a
Hoy the action oflbeareblfct
of tbe
food alaad neBbefablp
amapiance of tbe work by tbe arcbiiact part, ereatlny are .-eptacle for «now to , rerardloy
tiny Imperfect work. Mr. Mooio
lodye. Tbe architect aarcaeticaliy In- areeptiny
Moore
Ubor OomBlaalonar Cos baa racair- would ba hlndlny.
ly. Bnifa looklny up
sold be held
qclredwbata valley waa. Mr. Hoyt
•d ratama frata aU iba raylatan of
for an act of the arebiteet
I tiit m^rncy waa of explained what he meant and Mr. Moore
Aaada of the Btaia In reply to hla qnea- the opinion that tbe oontraet mlyht
In ezeena of bis antboritv.
dryly remarked that be wae ylad to
Nearly two boars waa spent In anlMooa in reyard to the natnbar
not be valid. aeeanM the aetlon taken
________a valley
____ J _____
itodlieccealon
dieccealonalony
alonyi tbe lines indilearn_________________
ibb dlffereoee between
Bonyayaa Sled darlay the praaaat provided that tha i^yor and mark as- _____
r tbe reeolotlon
year. The caportaaho* thatap to the aento tha aontnet nbAar tha saparvL. and a pltobed roof. Be eald be ‘‘•d |
adopted nnaiiipraaaat Una I par eaaL fewer mort Ion of tha arohitocL Whether this waa beard that valley bcclneaa eo lony that | m'n'ly.
it
bad
become
monotonona.
and
eonreac
ntieai waa adopted
yayaa hare bwa Sled than ware plaoad' tbe intention or nou he had no means
Mayor
Hamilton
amtatod
tbe Meura.
oa (oeord darlny the aane period laat detarminlBlny other than tbe proaead- elodad by etatlny that there
yrxr-. Round and Ktoyhara aaa conyear. Tkare ^ra bean 11 par oent. inyn. But na-oonaldarad that there danywof anew lodyiny at tbe
T.;;’;;* oommittoe .. provl
-aia^
r-rolot'on The eommlitee la to re
aura dlaakaryed. The rata of iniaraat mlyht he a queaUon aa to tbe layallly mentioned.
Hr. Coeblin here enUred the dit na
aad tka a«araya amoant of the aurt- of BBcb a prooaadiny.
yayaa bare been radaeed. A najorlty
Mr. Bonnd alao deplored the danyar alod. Be was very aorrr that t e
waraylranaaa part of the pnrebaae of bwlnyioy abont IlUyaUon by re- bulldinya were in aueb abape as to in­
prioe of property rather than foi fiuiay to pay the ramainlny bilU of vite crlliclem. M«h architect ard
noocy borrowed.
the contractor. Be believed tbe fore­
Aancplelouoaiao* probable anaall- man employed by tbe board laryely to
pos at Kenton Uarbor.waa reported to blamc'for Imperfecilooa. and iq order
Baeratary Baker, of the etate board of to prevent a lawanil be euyyetted a
baUtfa Tnaaday. Iiiaanpnoaad to hare comproKlae.
Thera waa an animated diacuaeion in
eone from a locality in Kenlocky
whore there hae bean a yood deal of which all the membera but Mr. Stoarn*
enynyed freely. Mr. Staaroa aupport
akkaeu from a diaeaee
tanllpoa. Baporta from -Maple Orore ad the resolution aa offered by Mr.
townabtp.Baylnaw Co .ebo* that there Moore bnt refrained from enterlny tbe
hare been elitaan oaaca there alnce the diacuaaloo.
Mr. Moore waaemphaUe in hU eon.
baytanlny of tha ootbraak aareral
waaka ayo, bat that tba dlaaau la-now damnation of tbe workmanablp upon
well nadar aootrol. New caaea bare the baildlny. Be declared that tba
Interior
of the bnlldinin abowed that
daratopad at BatUa Creek, tbe aonthere bad been no oompatent anparvtitayton harlny been eairiad In
waahlny which waa done aeraral waaka ionand that tbe architect had A'^
ayo
the fpmlly whtob waa Srai played neylect. la looklny over the
work. Me said itoe bulldinya were im>D\4t
'ftthU
affile tod.
A Maniatlqna yaatlemaa who hM a partact In maoy reapecta and abowed
panehant tor ■■awiploy’ ciyan tron overalybi by the foreman, arcbltact
TihWe wtT
vf'tttand bulldem-He did not desire that the
tha poekata of people he
with, waa tanybi a laaaon one day laat builders abootd not have tbelr jnit
dues,
but
be
believed
that
tbe
board
weak. One of bU ricUmi bad a lot of
abonld pay Tor ootblny that waa not
joat riybt and aa named in tbe eonloaiatod that tbe board
avaraya elfar. bst they con’atnad an
eboold
not pay any more money on tbe
anpluaira powder. The “ewlper" yot
oneof theee, mod it worked to parfec- contract, even thouyh a lawaoit waa
tioa. Ba'a amoklny hla own ciyar* Involved, and be forcibly expreaaed
bimself ae opposed to haviny aueb im­
how
The MleUyan Manofaetariny Co. la perfect work forced upon tbe board.
Arcbltoci Moore waa preaeot and at
the name of a new oryamtailon eon.
poaad of prominent lambermen to tbe close of Mr. Moore's remarka be ad•ortham miebiyan tor the manafactara dreaaad tbe .board In aa animated atyle
of lath. Urouod wai broken Monday Ukiny vtyorooa esoeptlona to tbe
'•a*a««*h«*****w«w»w*«»****»«**h«*«*»M«A*«**«»wM
at SIk BapMli for the araction of tbe wholesale condemnation of tbe addiAm plant, which will hare a capacity Uoos by Mr. Moore. Be admlttod that
of one aarload par day. The oatput of there were aUybl imperfectiona which
Iba nlU tor a Inny tUna la aold, and « eould not be foreaen aod were not daniybl and day yany will be employed. tact«) nntll the boildlnya were ao far
It le axpaotad to hare tba plaat ready aompletad tbatitbey oould not ba remodlad.ana while be objaetod to tba
for haalneae In M daye.
eoBdemnaiioD of tha whole work, he
dob OoulAnH Hare Stood it.
wllllny to moolly hie aeeaptanoe
Have you ever seen factory •
If he'd bad Itoblny Pllea. They're Of tha hblldUiyB. Ba etated that tba
sample shoes sold at these •
tarriUy annoylny: bat Baeklan'a Ar- interior Anlablny was as rood as that
Ue^Salra will cue tbe worat
^
prices?
I
PUan da earth. It haa eared t_________ of any of oar acboo! bclldinya. He drl^fajiMea.
or Bodily Bmptiona Cared with some warmth that there
We have placed on sale the •
*• Ue beat aalve in the world. ____
IntenUon oa Ue part of the
Henhu. Cure yaaraatoed. Sold by bnlldera or ambitect to foist upon the
following goods at these low j
Jna. O. Johnson and S. B. Walt, dmyboard aaytblny Imperfect.
' prices.
.8
• tM»a
____________

4 S\&\e Memui.
<

K

^ ^ &iv\ere»\. J

SEE OUR WINDOW.

Great Overcoat Sale!
Many of pur enstomers are
’’taking time by the forelock’'
and selecting their overcoats a
little in advance of the time

“Fagged Out,”

Me

to ioieu

to doien

tihTV ao\oTs-.'KhX>^'feVut Mti'ftVhtV.

I "Be Sire nni eome enTVq.

i.Ao.mwvW

Me

SXMKK AM AAAA«AA«iiKA%

Here
j
They Are! ;
==

Ot%e elUaana of Teknnaba are coaaid-,
anbly czeiu-d ove.- the liadisy of ^
Boras tied to the fenee. apparenUy for
two or three ^a, near wbitii waa
toawl a man's hat, hloody aad tom.
alao a club with blood on it. as tbonyk
h dtapamto atrayyle bad Ukaa place.
. He oloa to tba owaer of the horse ean
h* ohtoiMd aod tbe whole affair la

when It atoo Ute to rectify Uew,but lU -ability o' the auuewams was. ^
not affceied.
The architoet declared that the eontractors had worked nnder yreat diffi­
culties and were badly handicapped by
the union. They were unable to pfoenre help and at Umee Mr. Irwin waa
oompeUed to work alone, with only Ue
aaelatanoe of an apprantlee. Be aald
that there had been n diapoaltion
amoayacuneof Ue srorkmen to handi­
Kf> remedy equal" Waknek’b White cap Ue bnlldera. and Ureau had been
Wiv* or TAR SVHITP lor thU torri- made ayaloat them. The work of sixty
bk and fatal dlaoaae. If taken tbor- daya was
_ erowded late Ulrty. There­
fore, under the aztstlny oondittoaa. he
make allowwen dofaeta. ba

T«emUlrlw,l*24«Mn.

:

hl«D'« hifib ent river shoes..................... 8198



Mi n e fine viri kid shoes....................................... $1.48
Men’s workiojf shoM ............................................
S9c
Women’s boi calf shoe*....................................... $180
Women’s vici kid shoes.....................
$1.48
Women's Ksn»niroo shoes................. f................. $119
Misses (^n leather school sboeSw..................
69c
Misses vici kid schodl shoes..................
98o
Boy's shoes from......................................................88c op
Men’s velvet slippers...............................................
39o
Women’s mW>ers........................
86c
Children's rubbers....................................................
18c

a
S
^
t
8

$

8

Hundreds of different kinds of shoes. We will be pleased to *
show them when yon call.
S

A. S. FRYMAN, The Practical Shoe Man |
. i

Coprrifhns^

when they may actually need
them—those who have not the
ready cash to pay down just
now find it convenient to(|pay
ns a part and have us lay the
coat away for a few weeks.
In view of tbe great diffi­
culty in duplicating orders for
•ttrtn.SlMPCA
coats from tbe manufacturers,
and the rapid aod continued advance
in price, we advise early selections.

The Stein-Bloch Co.
Hart, Schaffher & Marx
Kolb & Son
and other well known makers well
represented in our stock.

Hamilton
Clothing Co.

The Boston Store
BOY’S
YOUTH'S
CLOTHING!
aod

At utuAt
vocazTtTO-9.

I
,

Thz f^weocaiT

Briut; th«* boy todsy ami
eet him s nvw suit — the
prices quoted are iu msoy
easi-B less than the prraoot
manufacturing cost

Vestee and Sailor Suits
Made in pretty HtyU«, hn\e Inrse sailor eollara in contraetinc ooloru, ami handbuinely braitleil. woven deaienti on collar iukI shield, patent waisthandm >m>wb
anil buekieB on (lante- C‘<m<- in plain blue and
flieviols. eausimen-s. e!»- sizes
to 9- and 6 to 10.
*prieee rang.’.-.. 76c. $l 00. $l 38, $1.60, $8. $2 86 up
Manoish little veetee suits, in H tu 8, fancy checke and
•- blue oh'-viota. strictly alt wuol. cut iu supTi,or style
and derid.-d enzciPT in spis-srance, velvet collar,
Krem-li fsciHl, embnddereil ou sliivld, double row uf
pearl buttons on vesUn*, lapel pis-kets—tbe most up.
tu-date liiUe csrinetit ever bruuuht out .........................
........................... .........................$226. $2 60. $3.00. $4.60 up

Boy’s Reefers
ons,
In fancy Chinchilla, double breasted. 6 pearl bnttoni
$1 48 up
braid on collar and ruffe................................
Double breaafd fancy ebeviote, deep collar, d pearl
bnttone, well lined, perfect fit......................................... $1.98 up
Heavy Fancy Aatrachan—Italian cloth lining, well
tailored, eilk eewed, deep collar, [rearl buttons.. .$848 up
Orey Wool Irish Frieze—A sweet Utile double breast­
ed cost, linetl with Italian cloth, pearl buttons............ $2.76
Heavy Vorumbo Chinchilla, guaranteeil fast in color and strictly all wool, exlia quality linicgs, a nobby garment in every respect, brown and blue...............$4.60

THE BOSTON STORE,
FRONT STREET

ORDER
Your winter's wood
at once to insure de­
livery. 'WE Ha'VE

GLASS BLOCK

HtRDWOOO SUIT
NtHDWOOO CUPPINGS
HEMip SUBS
HEMLOCK EDGINGS
HEMLOCK STOVE WOO a
HEMLOCK KINDLING

Hemlock Itunbtf- in all alzea.

TRAVERSE CITY LUMBER 09.

IHI MOMtmO MOO»J, THPmBPA'V. UUTOBMI !». mw
oxvouxT corns

geMirdl'Keot
dS VKe'yD«t\&.
On Lord Kkbwer

wU11m4

m

CLOCKS.....
NEW

MVP ia • UM «f iba bartac bad

TcVerdap Wee Bpeat is Saklaf tmtfBoiap.
Ibe MMrt aeent alBoat tbe ea Uie dap
U taklM! WatiBOOT ta tbe eaae of
«*-

of 6.000 BM ofotMt Ktolito.

Bill

va. Dobo. tbe WD teaet aatdeaeoatbp- SbortOat .
aaee. Tbe .teatlBoap of tbe eoeaplaia- fibortOot Perk park...
aat vrae aot all reeeivcd, aad tbe eaee

IbTt

went over to tbe adjoaraed tom that

Vo Coflteb troop* wiU be eaplored.

will Beet here a

week fres Uondap',

ELEGANT

•K
4 M
• W

--------------Omtei



Mm of Helor V«I«7 B«Tvd, eblef
««m of HMtlora ud Purto Priwdpe aep wae pot ovar the ters. aad will
gcoetoeee. m k loiaUm of ibe pro^a aot be tried tUl Jennaip.
Tbe aaae of Aaee va. Bapbael wUl be

of omifolitaf the leUm.

pot oa todap at 9 o'eloek.

Abdor Bdbatm Ebu. oBuor of At«bm>*Uo. wbolalMMe,io6CbeUoBfac
kraldl enmuAe md torMrlar of offletoU dolip. ud bii

mUou

we reeeU-

Sac U efooerel esodee.

Tbia it a

Abe mUbnows Oeram tneeler. bu
tMoa kOled Bear Ube Badolpb bp

»

New designs and

Keepthe^in miad when'

Tbe eaae of Ida M. Woodward va. John
If. Woodward et al. wbiA wae takaa
aederadvtoeaentaoBMtlBe ago. wUl

teWim......................
Bunm BatMOPBAVnn flir

down town and call in onr
Jeweler^ store to look then •

A vorp

niet point of Uw le Involved la

tkU

over.

caev. aad tbe Batter. wlU rcqnlre eoae
______________ _

UBe.

UriTpar-A..
*,T...p5tefc

BARNUM & EARL

pooUBaeler-raaml ie oanalderlaf tbe
BoaalbUHp of latfodaelac tbrso-paaiip

Aleoiaat of tbe etribe, erbieb bae aa-

AHtRETRm.

baoded over too pear*, a two dape coo«ba elate oaloB Bine oflctali and buil-

SoBethtne That

Will

interer.

Potatoes
Wanted
S.

anbpaitp 661106.
The €ral elnb parip will be given e
Kridap eventne of thU week.
i
Xn-

auuo-.and AmuM-X>on'i Fail to

BeatBen bavlac reeelted la ea aBi-a^e adjaktseal

HUNSPH IlDCK.

DR.IMAN S COMPOUND

_______ ____ I Curw-WarMWa
WhIU Win# of Tor *r'«P.

' Eoreaee between tbe mlae operatore.

UrslS£SS fARllS.

A*e It.

Tbe 4'i ernt eeale will

To Farmers and Potato Shippers

.•be paid and tlie ualon tboronplilp ree-

Lut evening the automatl; eablbiThe four alnea trill reeutae Alon opened at !IS Fr.<nt itroet (o a
crowded houae- and will aUv for a few asCeoarvreMlBS. SllPmiPt.
Ojieraiiom at oaoe.
dapaonlp.
It to bppond tbe capablll- mRSlMSl'KAkl'S -Rate* lover
vpr tUaa orer.
rtul atifotkio.Hit raiDsrrd that tbe emperor Of
- gue to give an ade- f Prawpi •rltleBOBi. ran-ful
Boro a poller
oiilT trilaiar ■co.-t «
of tbaentenatnment
CAlaa bae eocceeded in aendinr an *Pvnii.
To Unip
apor^iate tbe onoueailoned JaPoi
Ip apoi^ii
C»oa] to tbe eaperor of Japan to reecue
tneiita et tbeae loci
•be wrtUr from eminent dancer of de<
worka It to abaslaulp
psaUlon and death at the band* ot
BCaiked.

meeaNlne.

I abiolutelp Inleneeloa) and In '

mpon the empreea

pulpliai
irlven it tbelr nnlveisal
1 bp children' will
Ladlra
idaUona in the day
find bel
time on aoeonnl of tbe large crowd in
paaalng along flute \ the evening
•he proeeaeton f
•.^oiioo .
w. ‘
It la tbe first and onlp eppearsooe of
•mtreeV .A float
this novel sad estraordlnarp espMlBiieiDgoB a Boontalo of collars and
in onr ell
' wu«a oadgbt fire, and tbe frightened.
of&ro not on

•lOiaM tried to meb npon tbe alkewalb.
wbhih waa lined «ritb

apecUtora.

At

•he one on Ara aad in a twinkling both
were biasing flereelp. Bp this time tbe |
a panic.

Tbe police

bup wUb tbe borniag floau and
woeld act atop tbe ernablng and rongl •
mew in the crowd.

Children were etep.

,ped on and woman Peeled
mrowd esbanated.

back In tbe

To. add

to the es*

mitement a bnneb of trewerka on oaa
«f tbe floau esploded.

Ibiviigb Ue

BBOke the pollee eaw two woBea and
•bree Ben on tbe floM Imprtoooed In
.

abe bomlBg raeh.

Tbep fongbt to get

•o tbe side of the wagon, bat were nnmnanaiifnl for a time.

When tbe flie

araeputontU waa toua that Banp
. Xfovall, of t»l Wabaab avenue, who bad
iBpereeneied nn Indian eabaeof the
Boala. waa aevarelp bnmed.

Annmbir

. «r other* waa alighUp Injured.

FIllRtlfE I DUTCH SUPPER.
Ulster

SiagraB

*f ttaoerae dtp

alfil »0

Tnvaree Clip Test.

rHEBDSTDRDERTRlPtRlORS,

There will be two eandldates
d

food pr^raa wUl be given and everp
bodp will have a good time.
FOB SVBKZZLBIIBVT.
Aadataon of Bapld Oitp OeU
Two and a Kalf Taan.
Tbomaa O. Anderaon. tbe Bapld dtp
poetaaeter and flnndap eehool anperin•mdaat who plaad gaDtp In the Itnitml
to eabeiullng over

CroB the poat oflloe aonep. baa been
•enUaeadtom pears at tbe Oetroli
fcoaee of oiwreeUon.

at Pioneer Livery Stable

!!r.7.“r'r.

Be feela tbe dto-

grsee beenlj. aad to apparanUp a varp



Mjkm.

li i* Bbiutr

'

LEDERLE-S

nem.

Prioe. 175.

vt.'i MU

-ir,«

Si‘4Vp.?rJi,“'idrd’oil^'

Mil SDUr* nc. (BArTA. bArt>**«, ABd mmrrrr lot
ervoa Tsisouhu u**eh*a|. as vn»*»vr ol-

reprodne-1

Price. SS50.

i.» >

Tea sr« fordlAll; IctII*.] u> lolv vUb sa,
■Akr Ab{.l>(-Aii<-. Id Any of tta< tofoibmottbe
IvTAl rAwp. ortoT. W. Rltcblc.piAlnnDvtoitr
- oJ CoBAsl. Trs-ra-tM <'-tj

nursE lOTEB ui BoiT Co
far wto AfC bPlIt to ordiv

RcpAlr v«i«

__________ XRLY
B. sTAanvea

Price. PS50.

Onsnlon roend built, dnpple gnp men, Tpnnn old. weight iSim,

51»*,« -

KUdly glv* me n cell.

l-Raa—Uawndr Hloors cso b* foood al
Nr*.rha^to s.Ko HKWaAklDOtoo^MiM.

iloD. Severe! other fcatnrae were la-1
T^OR HALZ-Tv,. l..,r doers aad traatow
•roduced
bp
tbe Bdtoon American
ewnpanp. which krpi tbe sndlrcee
emmalned
between
ronnds.
Tie
I bare two good yoke of oxen 17«UR BALK.rnrrsrkBB(* tor MOV rasr. a
MiecUont of the Bdtoon pbouogra b ^
X tf...>l*AAbi*r'sdrsk.eoadeeodluns
ApPir SI Kamauctnrr.
OW if.
grand ware also highlp aparaeiate: for aale. weiglil 3iO0 and 3500
andronndlp applsnded.
B.J. HOBQAJf TF vor WAKT iBAOraner ol anj htad la erst
X .'lA»AroiImair«or to buy a houa*. loi or
' taro i-bll oti X U AU)b. raows T aad |i,llr.rwK>.
Btomarok's troa Merve
tUrUu Block.TiWrorMl'Ily.
hUAaio
Soiiee to Tsxpapcia.
Waa the rwalt of hto apleadld haaltb.
Kcmrr a brrvbj ci««b Usi
TjeOK MALk-CAAb or iBstallBrais. SB Bb« lots
Indomlubte will and tramaadoas an
r]iruie**eii.l el
>h» ceUmlon of wsool end c
X la uaZ HrizkiA. oo Kiebih. OtaaLBaSu
argp
_._p are
am not luuou
fonad^ waerv
whwe awMBsca.
flunaacbi
and Rom sirrvu aad UAuaah araaBA Eew*
Uver, Etdaeps. and Bowato arc oat of tka peer l««. bara Mve bUoad le nr bi
order. If poa araat tbeae qaslittoe ooIlMloti. end Ibet 1 viA bo to np eB
Ke'awbar lat. inB. trvn I oVJark u> II
aad tbe eaeeeee tbep bring, nw Or. K n. es6 Iran I
«o d^l^b
KtagtoNewUfe Puk Oalj.-tt eeate
ceUsrtiae,
at Jaasee U. Jobaaoa's aad a B. Waltto ^*bv1e^h!M^4uw»od
*U letaa eapald naptenbar la> end pvia dat
SwabaMWbertbara vlUboobervad s ivcalv

i„ fcVSiS

i”?."

■ Soitoa..

Priee.

All kind* of etoek tnkeo la ozebnnge tor honen.

B. J. MOEGAN.

Where n

rit;ar la made ia a

matter of considerable

O. P. CARVER

firs Insurance.
L 1,. A. Bnlldlog

John R. Santo,
Geneitl lisurance,
Wnrartonaioek.

TnvameCltr.Mto

u,™.»

M“KTS.7L‘SrSJ!7r*‘ res’-.

been

Prtoe. SlOO.

A pnlr of Jtooy mnnn. weight iTOO. eztrn good driven, e penn rid.

- r~-~

C*Oa eALS-CB*ap for rash, oa* saiall borw
X a^t^ bucKj. nsarir s*v. Isnulr*^^

SVnXiAa
Oordamp aatli J«r maa «OO, flor
hope V.M, paata far Baa
flor hop* fli M. BBaadaAOo.
, SMaAlwaU hsltolBc.

IJ5

One amt pnlr of bnp driven, 5 yeere rid. weight 3000. enp etep cine* to 5
minutes, verp stpltoh end prompU

sufse WASTfII -To rafi Iocs a< Elk RapMA

Oxen For Sale.

je

Prioe, fllOO.

The moveBeale of tbe''flghteii

periectlp saUefied with the

je

JO

i 11=

One eztrn good bnp men. blockp buiU. five penn old. welj^t Itoo.
Priee,
Irjo’u'aro looklB* ^ s rmlbateslB row* and
wvair Cask or rood na|vr will boy U*w •155.
O. Ums eilTrr. Aewr. HIrh.
7t«At
One blockp built brown mere. 5 penn old. weight uoo. good term men.

WgTANTKD—Soo.1 alrl tor irnors) boua*v«rk.

war* true as life, and the crowd ova*



Ju

Odc pnlr brow* geMlege. blockp buHt, beevp bone, wright >M0.6 penn rid.
n No. t dnft teem, worked on Bp farm nil euBmer

bunch 00 bind log but not lame, nn eztr* good elngle worker.

The plet

jb

to to to -

-UlHN* tfCNTMINCfil.
Tm BiliIMUkvtlkMtB.

One dnpple gnp berse. 7 vonn rid, weight 1500. bns n mull blomteb *• *«e

One fin* trap men. 7 penn old. weight ItSO. good tor nil work. dooWr.

'EVR ejLa-Oool Srsi-claas faaUy to***
X asd a food dnriBZ bans. Is^ulrratof60S of HawlUoB OlOihliMt C*.
TSOAf

mrv woraelaaraad’tbe flarot aver soft

eti»« ■■

■TTIOR SALB-Ai A tvArzAlii HorlAd cloACd Price. »155.
X th* ■AAMB vllb our U-Bl >huB. Asd AS 1
One eztrn good blnek bone, five penn rid. blockp built, weight 15M. Prtoe
barv lO ISBvr lor CnlrA.ro In A lev dAy. 1 will
•err lar (All-A 6n< spAU ol watva : ib«y sr* •1*5.
OASAlAlers. 5 ABd dyrATAold. BHfk S.Mi.OBly
WB (MbBds dIfIsrvBcs In >b«ir v*«b>. Avd vkey
One pnlr brown mere*. 5 penn old. weight S9M. good wnrbcn nnd good
aro Biill rrovlB*; lh«r *r« souBd 1b ernry rvrondetern. n No. I pnlr. Priee, VI5.

Wagons for Sale

A good nndlene* waa praaant at tb*

-

:

One floe brown gelding. C penn rid. weight 1500. entrn good drnft hone.

Ooe white sen. 10p^ old. blockp built, good farm men, weight >96*.

At Pionacr Livarp Stabl*. B. J. Mar-

praaaavuon of th* rapradaeUon of tb*

-

I hnv*

Prioe. MW-

Price, filuo.

sruV.?»?

6«*
IT.m

Price, Stab.

worked tbeae bones eU lemmer: tbep ere one of tbe beet nll-nronnd teem* 1

bind teg. good worker.

111 Onion Straet.

tlw.»0«»vdlor1.(M)lb«llW4.
on.bse
lut jrmr. Wa-vv
•cUov« )UM like j«ti - b»* rrmd-

One pnlr bnp gelding*. 6 peers rid. rnagp built, good, kind worims nnd

■Due pair of eztrn good black geldings-6 pe*r*old. weight »T00.

Price. *175

Bent woi'l.mAnebip money
enn em. loy for Bicycle
Repairiiij,'. Quick work.

us for tjoou*

UTitf issBam:

gllRL WANTSU-rur «»errAl bouMvork:

wEf.Vi.-i'.'K

unmejx'bantebla

writ*-

deepest loiUTeoce in ibe wQvid—
4 50 per Sl.ooo let tbe avenge nge of
lembwsbip. 36 peers.) Youngei now

Wnrrnnted

Price. SiO.

r owned.

W kBlrd.Alt^r«,ulr*AiDr' XbooSo^.
eny UfvrA HOUM Block.

your

Prioe with net eeoU—Cheepeei il .. .
Loweet Bvernge dmih rate, being la
te»e but e.3« per i,oo» meabem.

^

v;20R BALR-roriT mtm ot lAod lu IMI<-1am
X lorAOos. or villciehAi>«v lori-Uy Piwr
\) W P. CtolA«r.

S2.00....
Price Redeied to Close Ont Lot

.

Price. MM.

geed driven.

•rvoerv: Aoy book laeaytovo

a(l

The floderi Woodmeo
of Imerica—

Price

Ooepsirblnck banes, five peer* rid. weight *600..blecky built, fine farm

’w'f

<bl> AAd now by roBDUM mtotr BCD o ysor
ABd riivoK*. eirslebl. bODA HJa. bb Bore,

for

One good brown mnre. weight' uoo. blind la one, epe. good driver nnd good
to work

lt<irw>B

ua,.

weight tdOO; one bns n tpevin nnd tbe other one

of hnraem. tl3s.

Xa<>l-HX WAKTaO-Fer fVDI twwrdlAtv^.
XI AnJr lo-A W
-«ei’

off»*fvd

Traverae t'ity, Mich.

Price. r.V

• TUitp Opara Bone* lart avaning, at ib

rituiBBMsa^aflrlM flgbt.

Sat’c

'

etlff in front foot, tbep nr* e good farm teSB. 6 nnd 7 peer* old.

MlBOXl^faANEOUS WANTBr

are

' TlteMichleaB StircliGo.'



Oocpntr gmp geldings,



ivnJy to lake all tbe cull potalom that

tioue.

On* goad, blockp boilt. brown mere, » pent* old, weight I0*0.
otto bleb.

a 'cap­

per day, ie now comjdet® and

liolatOfS and

One *p*n of good black boroci. nil aonnd. good worker*, weight 6»00.
I7J.

BeadVr Block.

penitent ana.

.

Our factory, w^ji-li hna

acity of 10,000 bwhels of potatoea

Now is Your Time to Get Bargain^;

■orlOA* Mil AddITAAMi BlABIvd *Brrl»e*, Ttlr
boBliATurCoBIBBy.nrpi t.Cbk-A<u.
Wl-to

Simplex
Gas Lamp>-

m

putaUwb M

wbk-li w« wiU.{Mty tb**ir foil ralue.

B. J. MORGAN, Prop.

Oomer Front and Chaa fltraeta,

C. C Lvter.'MnuBKer.

for InlUalloB aad the eeramontrs wlU

Btatee oonrt

«^BO. B. OROeS. *luirs*y*Bdaos«w:Ui*ai
Ur lav. HaarrMloaB omerv. Olir Opvrs

end * OrvAAKAklUf PArlorA4«l*<l»rm^m

No. sfi.K. O. T.

be followed bp a ••Dnleh" aappw.

Horses for Sale

'

I.
The Best oo urth.
Uaaranteoil for ID years.
L's.'r-'.SJKirv.-irr'.fsT.r's;
.........
Pl.tionu. tilling................toe up

M.. tbe winter program will be i

W. O.

for NHine. to run our factory ou
' uiHDv uf thib Kriule uf
we can ohtaiu.

fl Brnda A Oo. •

Silv«rFiUi»g.................... 60oup
Whikurowu.................. 2.50 to 3.00
22 W gold c^wu...3.00 to 3^0
Bridg..„rk.;........3,00 per tooth
Painlema fxtnctiog toa fiiHng
without gaa. chlolorm or ether.
Tennfi cnab.

unmereliboL

'decidetl in order to make a mnrkfit

eaetoflkwk.

Frldap Bventne.

■faeced.

.c« iilaK» of mile ami

Ulilr-potalo-v ihw reason, we hfiT®

BLOOD PURIFIER

Good for IS Days w.o. ".-JssaMrs"

.X«s^«e BTI.WUlOoBBeBee

V>B Friday evening at tbe review et

D“

il iRive per.

Ovrini: 1.

ANGEUNE KANUFACTUDNC CO.. Oread tee Mkh.. end far Sik by Al 0r*||iM

0“i/r.S;
Oflbf* urwTa

rttUOreiiShlrte

•hlBBOBentanotberfloatoolllded with

in

«a-' iv

•hWplioi.r Ko.

•he parade program took plaoe when

;^eople were

•neAT MAKES PtiWi BLOSBr^^
stMACn. irvee
nanev vaomne. n k ^

corny

It la alto eaH that powerful

SiLdaenoea have been brouebt to bear

At Cbloafo. a dlaplap

We have many new

things in jewelry also.

Vearp of Bx]
I perdoadS.................................................**
Withe
A'pplea-CoUa aad windlalU. toe par
into apo dreadi$p ■ aorric>) oo"*__
ulbt.
.n bondredt have
ta
re tamed
to Dr. A. W. (
Pji*toe»,
OuUa, (lllcblfaa Btaieh
Cbaae'i Ointment and fomd.ln it an Oo .) aeoordinc to qnalitp. 10 It
feelefraae.
abeoloteenre
ire for pllee. Tbe firat ap
plication brlnn relief froa tbe terri­
Near Hutlafe. Bar)**^> l^*** •»
oeolrle old maa erbo daUj ptap* to tbe ble Itcbloc, end It to vrrp epIdoB that
more than one boa U r< (lulred to cBeet
bent coi^b reoioly on earth, curea a odd
a permanent core.. Onlp 60 eenU a bos
ame. £>uud50cu.
iuoacdkyif taken inb
Pane. ID., fai rr]stelae over tbe eet- at all dea'era.
It ie repofSad la Loadoa 6hal tbe

fancj

woods with new decorations

Jorp eaee. tbe last oae oe tbe ealeedar.

aot be decided for eoBO ClBa.
A roport bM nmbed Menbaea. Z laBlbw tel. Beet Afriea, lb»t Dr. Kolb.

LINE.....

Uneeda
Jiiyer Wayfer

f^ B. llA^Baat..

DR. SAWYER

..Dentist..

w.sas.r-' ~

We bull Eees. 16c a dozea.
Good Dairr Butter, 17-1 Re.
We sell
xm Coffee II lbs for $1 :

I

partiruiar smokf'rs.

weight to

and

it. if to

them we eyenk.
Our

w->rk

rooma

light and pleasant
Our etcK-k

ar« cloae,

.

is clean, finely cor*

ted and fragrant.
j

Ont-jforkmen are neat,'•kill-

the beat of
Theao tilings make onr cigara
tbe favorite brands witb m many
men;

Hiram Cook,
Vev 8ton, New Konaon

floroe Dm., Htosa Piiiters
eta.a.A,AU.
4S3 H Zlmvood Ata

Gate Post straight I Do
Dianeid J, 3 for—25c
Triierse Belle—DSc
Sold by aU dealoa

A. W. JAHRAUS,
■iBfaaat

IbiBMUvBIofik

y-

w;- ;

tn Momnira itMOu. wirnit. ootemtit, iiw..
«X TWXffiMID A MMim
THS RMAMAN
'

Vaitad.
tt «aa btaariyWaciag <*
treat stack lato aa. phcAly akruba lacaraaM oar (kaea. wt coatd dtoangalik
Botklag bat tha dim oatllaa
tka

INOOMK OF AM

**, to to aUv*,
Bvfar* tW m ly day* anirvt

PUftak OrtawHl. wl* irww f»»r ot
4k» bm wiat tUvM mMd g<M mXam
,1m tW GktartiS* waiimj or
«»*»tr. All. to eo«a«]jr oaiipoMd v ^
vorU fro* kWO.OOO to tBoavoo.
toiiwi tnm hto mta** to ob»«t 9A.000
A aMMUk. ud he ku * btoek of oioek
la Uo laata Ito. Pkoomi A Ptaoeeu
BaUraoA fhat P470 bln ouiw Hb-OOU
a rmr la tftiMoate. He u a baebAor
wIdMOt hub or Ida tiiba wwD that
kokaowa a«.aad ka apmiU oa klma«4f
tooi Itea IK» a noetk altoartbar.
a koowi
ot7bod7 la aad aboot
PalDitoeeUaodbtoo
7 a poorailBor kaa b>«& bMp«d b7
Ainiai gifu from {ke DrtoeoU bank
aecoaaL Sorora] tUM tb« bodtoo of
Drtoo^a poor frWuto lo ike mt^n
hare bMB eoAloed aad aent to nUilrea
to the oaators auua aad eraa to Irelaad at kto ospoaaa.
Be e.me rrom
Ooaa^ ABtrtn ta IkSI aad «aa a pivepoetn- aad toborrr U tto- IHab aad
Meeada fold aad aUrer nliuo (of B>
,.paara. Ho oxportoaood aU tke pn»portoi'a porenr aad

•a* dlAUK). aad he bad kto krvt capital
to deal with la aUoiar oo hto erwn
book. Fiou CaUeo be caBir orer Into
Artaatia. aad la two jean he lMat«d
baao ete nlao-a rbV
'
a oa/. of ailrer, gold, and lead
la eoaiblnattaa. Wbea oHr«r wae ralaabto kto Iocvim Deed to be orer ts.iuo
a Booth. Ttoo LNaaa and AntHa alnao
*or« hto.
He tareoiod hto proflta In the Ha^
«na

NEW
ELEGANT
LINE....

AfMSOMA MINKM.
Bcoadad Hka a thick pall, ahroodlag
avarythlag.
We aoamed «a bare beep there for
Their Ivader eetalt. falatly rvd,
bottfa (during which my only comfort
la roar ahovon o'er toe tod.
toy ta ctmchlag tke blat^iboro rudgol
Aad inir where Ito light to area.
and a po<*ei pletoU to which Hargreave* carried the
..
palrj
, when aad-; VUto B4>t a boogb to ardfed wtih wnto.
I Iklak (hr (uddeoMW toer tore:
. gripped my arm.
Wboae raMatrre OB the Bewerleaa rrasa
Kooutapa were coming
Prloi Bwcl. iTlrewa BB ther pB«
OotpaoHM
Otoe of HIppucrsL
rd aa. Nearer aad acai*:
-Pall Uhll Oaame.
Bearer aad warer.
I
i behlad tbe abrnha and
peered out.
Abba; There
Dr. CbaM'e Ointment to aa ahaolate
-only two <
flanat
Thank |
lABt aniomn. toward the red of the ean tor plica, aad ha* i
them. They aaesked along on tbe narrow atrip
grna* b
bordering tbe gravel ”lA>ng. llargreavev and 1 went down known to (ail to care tka <
trtp of graa*
...........................................1
Into
to
Lya
Hve. paaaed. and
M(<T-on-Hea lo do some readbafied medical akiU lor agta.
be darkneaa.
lag
~ '
1 may aowd
ratkar
few stlDUtea elapaed.
The aeaaon waa over, and we found
i<
who do aot knew the
_______________ o( Dr. Cbaaato Oint-

Regarding tbeWonderiul
Merit ol

Rrvs5?t,.s3.ss.i.';b?si.

Hata

nktea.

atal

doubled

hto

voahk lo a (o« j-oata. From that tlouho kao kooa piwporUg to a degree
d ot b7 bla.
Bat be baa never changed hto man*
aor of Uvlng.
He to over^ «M and In
Aac health. Bverg daj be may be aeen
waUIng aboat the little town of Klug-

to a cabin, eooka bto own tueato of (topAaoka. port, bacon, and oatmeal over a
•4 otore, and atoopa la a bunk of red­
wood flUed with atraw with a covering
Ot blankelB. Ouce In a .year or two he
naj go to n»o«alx or to Ixm Angalea
for a few daya, tint be alwaya returua
to bU cabin, aarlng llial be will nevw
take BO long a )oumey again. Hto aole
amuniiHol to ptojrlng pedro fur &-ceut
dgara. and If be can win a pocketful
la the eonrae of an afternoon he la hap­
py for a few daya. He baa nerer to-en
known to auitd Ihe.baw tif luure than
a kalf-dvaeu c^ar« lo the oourae of
kto podru gambling In om- dn)..for hr
wUl aolt when the tide of Imt to nwBlag ao hard agalmt him.
. Among Ike many atuHea told of
DrtoMll In tbe nonbeni pan «>f the leritloty to one of the time he Im. "a
kair oo an etoetton and hwl. When be
waa told that be muat |Miy be got a

Dr. Chase’s Ointment

AS AN ABSOLUTS CURB FOR
rrCMINO PILES.

BURGUR8 TWO.

p™™.,
1 ™uU
could
bnafb remlag In
th chailered,

*'ESS?SlLS,‘.“.i

theaaands o>l

k»r
hear ,H.nr«.rf,
Hargreavea', PM
had .
a oboB.
choice ot
of mm
reoma. UK
And n
It w..
waa
quick ga.p*.
Uy purelyaccldental thatwe chooe tbecop
| ner aitting room on tbe "oecond-loor

wtodow' frea“T4r.rkTng“heV^^
, la bto hotel and aire the Pfop^a park.
No-notl
The western wall of tbe hotel garA klch-;dena formed the eaatern bouodarf of
,tbe park, and our room waa at right
The angle* to the wall.
Immediately- Im^
ladder was nwtoved: tbe red light of neatfa It. on the park aide, was a row
the lantern extUigutobnl. We felt llie of garden aeal*.
two coming toward tii In the darkness.;
One night Hargreavos and ! were
My bean lieat up Into my ibtuai. my InxuHatIng tn a lounge
lounge after dinner,
knee* abtoik. but 1 clutidied tbe black- The r«e>n> w
I darkness and
(born cudgel. '
■re qiilei. for mce—enjoylng a anioke
cried lUrgreavea.
'
d half dogtiig.
ing euL
Hach horied b
i‘rrarntlv I Was aroused bv the
I mau. aelxed him by
hound of v(»l(re talking outside. The
window waa o|ien. and 1 drew aside
tbe curtain and looked ont.
stotlble.
WItb
Two meu (s-cupled the seal Ju*t lie•canwly ec»-n a
w- me. on the i«rk side of tbe wall—
Mluwn do<
|■cel■t-UM>klllg fellowa, as far as
I
"If they
could tell ill Ibe dusk. I looked •areaginary <-<>uinid<- In tbe darki
lessly at thtun for a moment, and waa
they Biruggic. drer
about tu return to m.v pl|w. when a
I gaggivl my man. bonnd hiR nnre- woni or two .-sugbl my ear. I h-uued
Blstlug liauds. lurm-d on tbe latitern- forward and liaieiied eagerl.v.
and staggi-tvd liack lu utic
"Hien H'« all Bellied. We sneak np
the drive, ateiil a ladder, aud you ellmli
Tlad. ^
In at tbe1audlDg.j-lndow. We sha'Dl
1m- dlBturlM-tl: old Reoion sleep* at Ibe
power*;"
hark of the bouse; ao do tbe servants."
iiargreavi-B aurt I started at otie an"Oo on."
otber. The burglars
irglar* lav and glared
“Her room I* In tbe fnini-fbe Brut
Thl myaiirl- on tbe left froin the landing window.
«*. gagg'il a 1 li<-lpleot. The
oua bllllilte
■irufglcd and pliingod I spatted it the other nigbt when I was
I.
Over all Wiued the Btrnlling up aud down—"
alanu
shadow, of
old ball. wrap|H<d lu al“Oh. neviT mind (hat! Hurry np.
lent darku.'
"Well, y.Jii know what to do next.
Tbeu llargreavea began
Pelse tl
llMie darling, gag her. lower
her down lo me—she's
lie's a mere featherfeai
agony, mumiit
welghi-foUow. and rU manage
hl» mouth and gnivllug.
- at."
ou the
tbe giviuud
gn>uud In alleni «v
“Hh-b: Not so loud."
No wouder. (Iraham and Iiaguinri-,
The itpeaker glHiK-inl aAprehenBlvely
•* of All KouU. Itohridge.
rer bis sbouMer ai (he hotel.
(he bouse of a blgbly nhnwklli
"Toii're aiire Ibis place to WreyT*
ih-ab. be went an. "There’ll he a pn-tty Iww
d'.ve do If we've Is-en overh.virdr’
1 )iim|te<l up. aelxed tbe bundle, and
If* empty.
How funky
releawd—a Nuiall loy-lerrter, with a you areV
blue rthlun ronud tt* neck, and a gag
"Well. I ilon'i cure about the busi­
stuffed luto tia mouth.
ness. 'Tis lufenjally risky, and-"
was luexpllcahle. It waa m.raierl"(Ni. •■oiue. you enu'l liaek out of It
otta. It was the bi-ai thing we had iwen
nw.
You iinderstHnd*
Mi-ei ine at
Id foB moniliB.
With a tlniulianeou«
air-pBsi 11 at tbe crust-rtMds half a
Use *t i- unbound tbe ruBlan>. They
tulle from Senlon hall. Then n iratuii.
d at eseb other ruefully, (ben at
few ntiniili-s' wild exellemeut. tbeu —
and oui-e mure laughter rendered
ora and hlissr'
ua all apeii-bisaa.
“Catch your hare before yoii i>ook.
"Collie out of this." I wblapered preaIt. Tom. If» a tar cry
'
y fre
I loulghfa
enily. "we Hhall bare tbe bousehuld
« e
affair to Idiss and Dora
down ou ua "
Bliut up: T'm off

*

m

and women who have

wed n» it aiie* year* oi
- — re
~

'T:'^?aaf

T**." r* . "'_. '
^

"
— '

*

totAiuitolto-HtoMirajtacMtaa. I

Tho Nostai oariL
Gianiteed for fO pairs.
QoM Pimog..-..:......*L00iip
Platinom PilUnga........................... 76c np
Silver Pilling................................. ,..60c np

New desifOB and fancy
woods with new decorationb
Keep these in mind when
down town and call in onr
Jewelery store to look them
over. We have many new
things in jewelry also.

White enwxw................. .S.60k>8.00
22 karat gold crowna. .S.00 to 3.60
Bridge work....................3.00 per tooth
Pitinleaa

extracting, and

filling

wiUioat gaa,- chloform or ether.
Terms caab.

TOE BOSTON DENTU PtRlOflS.
Corner Front and Cbm bUeeta.
Beadle Bloek.
C. C. Leeter, Manager.

BARNUM & EARL Gnod ftipui 4 tadhii i I
MUNSON BLOCK.

. and know* from w^t hit ctuMomcfa
toll him that It it tbe only pfeparatloa
wbicb is a positive andahaoluU core foe
tbU berrible diamae.
htaay rcmcdic* afford tamporary re­
lief. and arouae (site hope, bnt never
qaltc
care.
Sometimea a anrgieal
operation will cute, bnt that to the old
My—tbe cruel, eapeativc, 'dangerous
My.
Dr. Cbaaq's Ointment corn by
Us tosgical toothing and basllng infloCBcc.
h to tbe only certsiB end guar­
anteed cure. .40 cenu a boa, at all
. pbaae Mediclae

Chart-hcB !■ Sewiuer.
.Tbe time is rapidly cumiiig wben
American Protreuuts will have tu call
a bait to Ibe cusUuo of rtudog town
cbnirbes in the sumuier The onesatiun
of ebureb work in the sniuiutT to aci-i.untol.l - for u very large proi>orlion
of tbe UcKl.H‘t uf tbe ttoldaitb auui«
CliriHitou jM.plo. Yon cannot interuiit
pnUic w-orshipfi.rtwumi.utbs and then
foataiu it with i-nibnoiasiu the rtwt uf

Where It’s Made
Where a ciRar

ia made ia a

matter of conaiderable

weight to

particular smokeru, -aud

it ia to

them we apeak.
Our
Uuist. who do go a
Dot all away at tbe sameUuM.—Watcl

work

rooou

are

cImh,

light and pleaaant
Our stock ia clean, Soely
ed and fragrant.

''

Casaarsev la Us4.

Oor workmen are neat, akitl.
Iw ear Cbtrsi o Uj Ursa* Rspl.lB OBdahstrear
to UarkliuBV.
TrsiB arrl.lBg SI B-Onp a. bs> rSsir «sr VtWmMH-ioiirsDd Rsptdssad c air ear U(ae4
KbrIm* b> rrUsOcy.
o. a.waaaaT.agtM
the favorite branda with k> many
0. L. Looawooo o. p. a*. a..oraBa naasa*
laen.

ConSdeuiv in Oud can Iw cnltivated.
A haliit uf hukiug niun tbe bright sida
a balut of cunnting oor mercini. a habit
uf iintyi«, a habit of rocugutoing (}od’a
gu.stou-Ns in tbe thunaand dall.e mtavire

ful and efficient, uainR the beat of

and iMniforts Hist we enjoy. wiU
atrougtbcu aud reutinu lu in the haMt
uf pntting utwuluic ^afidermi in Uud.

Gan Post, straieht lOc
Diamoad J, 3 for—35c
Travarse Belle—05c

uTbew "-United Pn»by-

maleriaia.

Theee tbinee makx oar cigare

Chicago

ronvcnieiii-r vpiitt.-r aud die nnt aa a
ranille. and at tovt tbeir light to dim
iiii.1 w.-<kk. But 4hii friendship that to
- -rii >if k.ve ablDt* with the warm.

and 1-1

«- ■ ■«

West Michigan.

Sold by >11 de«l.r>

UOIMU aCHTB.

A. w; JAHRAUS,

Tree PHcaAshlo.
Priendsbiiie (hat lire (,ir tbe aake

What (viilil
.•Itmei**. I iimuil*
INt, afti-r yon. alr.~ aald Graham, hliMMli-d ruIttunB really eontemidaie
hn-akliig Inin a m
house aud steal"afii-r you:"
Tbs BtrwsB Has.
Ing
his daushier under bU very nos.-T
"Vi**." ecboeil Dagmpre: *'whai ibe
It to t)>e mau of strong cvmvictions
ax. praavntwl It to the winner of the dlckeiia an- you doing in thla affalrT'
ll «a» IneriHlIhle. tuiposBlhle; It wa«who (H.mits iu tbto world.
He who
wagor In full laymeni fur lito Ih-i nf
I (old iheiu. Having sIoihI what We
ous
ahake.
"Wake
up!"
1
Hhoutoii.
stands
f(ir
wmtetbiug
in the .end twrrita
•to UU.” Tbe old man lov.-a lo have i-onslden-d a
leghloiate aninuul
Kld- tbe day.
H>- <.f ibo iwsy going iir milk
poopie marvel at hto ebea|i. pnmiltve i haff. we pul a atop to It. aud laulc "wake up’ Thieve*; Hlirglai
.11"*
■r*;
MI
sb
th-aioD.
nf
fhwioii
Hall
eiu "tliv Bwa.v.''
MvlBg whib- be to ao weaKliy. and be
and wab-r lyi»- of dtaracter dn.ja ont
'hA< ihi- detiiH- are you iniklug
"The fait U." aald (5rahaiu. "I»ng
in the battle of lUw -Prrebyterlaa.
alwaya ratotea In the Klucman and
I?" erli-d llargreavea. iianing ui>.
ore to In love: Ifa Ulas Dora K<-a- about?"
Aab Knit aaluuna what be beam alrauyou jiiadT'
The Cbcvrtal PWre.
gara aay to him about the "rleb old
I pulled iitvHeir together with an ef­
N'ext t.. tbe sunlight (.f heaven is the
Irtobatan who Ilvaa In a •■abln. He
fort. and rnto^y ran over what I bad
dly aceliiiHl
> a<-<-uuni for I
cbeerfq1 fauu. Tbiun. to no mistaking it.
baa a grain uf generaalty and to not a
bi-ard.
Cnn-'ToO a girl In (bat d>-s
g her dog."
Tbe bright eye, Ibt. onclundnl brow,
Btoar. even If be doaa call lilmaeir one.
aald (•rabam. "I'to euuiliig to peredo fashion In these days! Ale tbu Hunuv auiile. all toll uf that which
aurd; •N?o to sleep again, my dear feliliai.
Ikira walks on I.yiu-oater pier
dweUs . wiUiiu
Who baa nut felt its
low, and dream some si-uset"
dally after Ira. Bo does the diqr. Si.
Till* waB Irrliailng.
If there had electrifying inflmv.cet One glance at
for the fonulghi we liuve Ih-i u down
hen-, have Haguiun- and I.
Iwguion- Imh-u lime I should have Imh-u auuoyiHl tbto (ace lifts us out <d tbe mists and
with liargreaves. hut there was not. itba4»WB into the Uwotifnl realms uf
I
amltien
with
Hora
at
om-e.
aud
that a wife and all chlldrau were deI asHtinieil a lofty Indlffereuiw.
bo|i»
Onochrerful faiv in tb.-huoi»have trh*d every dui
dodge wr knew
psadaot upon the blind uian'a waxea
"Believe li or not. as you like." I
j luiroductlon.
Pair
bold will ki«p everything warm and
tbe oM faltow aeat a bank efaeck for
aaht. “If* tree enough.
I shall tn- at
hgbt within. It may be a v«gy ptoin
gAWW to tbe famUy. and tbe gift waa
Beaton iiall at midnight to atop ibis
desperate deed: and UT lost* my life lo face, But there to souH-tLlng In it we
kap( ao aecTH that It did not leak out
feel, bnt cannot expreak aud its cbeery
iIh- tniecvsts of my fellow^rrreturea.
till aavoral montlto later.
Whiw the you know. Hagmore 1
amlle sends the
daiK-ing thrv.ngb
ly blood Im* on your h(Wd "
world'* fair wai opened In t'hl.aao tn
This rhetorical display Impressed the vuiu* for Very j».y There to a word
UW DftacuU made up hto mind to go
"At last 'we bit on a l•rtillanl Idea. Hargrearre
Seeing which. 1 followe.1 of bl«sed magic in tbe |.laiu. chevefuJ
and aoe It. Hto friend* urged bim to
>)>ra la d.-ioliil (o the dug.
I( o<~ It up with a bint of Iguoring the Lyuface, aud we woold not exchange it for
«n>oy a part of bis neiney in seeing
urreil lo him bow oonveuleiit It woiil.l
caster (Mdl.-.-, and capturing the burg­ all the »>ulb-re Ixauty that ev.-r graced
aomethlag of tbe worid. Tbe w««-k Iha- If the Illtle beast would g.-t Itai lf lar* off our ow-u bat.
(arr be wa* Iff aUrt <jo the tong.<lto.
tbe fairmcfonu •« earth.—8t Xavicc's
nst or sloh-u. and we could Bud and
Baipcare* v IS '•fetched."
"f«
mated yourvey to Chicago Pnwldeui n-store U to her. Aa thl* did uoi *.-<-ai
Monthly. _________
Oievetond made hto public di-elaratlun
a. we decided, aa yen
(Uirselves.
Tomorrow
. __ down *evmen- wiu or a hue and CTy all ovei along tbe road froiu l.vueaHier to SeaMnie. Paruli Itemlinnlt Is mid to got
*nl ibonaaBd dollar*
Han a tmunib by an l.yneaaier—ta.ater* up. rewards
of­
>u luyaeif and Ilai
lacgrcavea on tbe nufaillug
refis-sbiueul from a laitti.
Ho be aban- fered. IK.ra lu dreiialr. Uagmon- s.nQr
rarpalh.
tbe formula of wUli-b l> given by the
ry. f^l
tag the country for tbe dog-n-siora
We were horrl
nervoos—Bi least, Medb-al Review
ll Is a llqui.l
lu
tioii InlnHliiclluu- gratitude—blla>; "
waa
.V four-mile walk lo mnd aud
which she U lialh>Hl regiilariy-aii .-au
Well, of all ibi- reuiauilc. dare(hick mist had cooled iiiv enthusiasm
ardatlve. as she i-at!s it.
Two ouii.h-s
:tl .vouug fisdar t began.
and nervous tremors trlekhnl down my
Km a>**ir er baUea.
Hut." broke lu llargnwves. "bow Bpiue BH 1 (bought of aiiHeklug iu.se of'Bplrlts of auimouia. two of spirlla
Little uorv Utaa a half of tbe bill
you know when- the (log was ke|.l rufflana alone and unaided.
of camplior. one cup and a half of sea
that Loodun arltle* every year goes In­
iilghiv .Vhd bow dan- you risk lia
Vtolohm It.ial.-d before ni
1 frlght- salt, two <-u|w of abx.IiuL INK all Into
to tbe pocket of tbe Bugttob farmer, liarklug aud reiwliig tbe bouM-luddr'
(1 proeessloti.
1 saa
tnys«elf and a quart iKittlv, aud Ull will. Iiol water.
riwn the eoda of the aanb .<omt« ibto
"iNigmore'a lamllady and tbe rook at
The metboil of
argreaves a pair of mangbd coriou-* Khake before u*iug.
vaat anpply. Thl* great ogre of a city
Beaton lull egehange weekly tre and weltering in our gore, liomid.-; Wl|>- apl.llenlloD Is very simple. Tbe bwly
of onre. before wboae gastnmumlc ef­
mutkua.
tvhleh auawen your ffret
tbe cuht perspiration frum luy U twltuHl with a soft siRjnge dip|M-d
fort* tbe feat* of all the gtoni» of le­ IjUealUill."
In tb<- undllutiHl Ibiu’id and (llied with
forehead.
1
stole
a
glance
at
Hargend and fairy tal* fade Into liulgnl"Aiid Ibe aisvudr
till- sllgbt frli-Uoii of a siuouth towel.
greave.
dance^ha* taken bto loll of the wll«T
(Irehaiii pnalu.-ed a amall phial. .
_____ along In
atalklng
In allent After the Imlli the stiffness and sore­
“Cbeiiilairy." be said. pom|»u>ly— kloum. bto hands thrust Into bto pock­ ness of fatigue are all gone, the clrrtoa. af the beanilful cbeatuut-eol.ired
hemtotn la a moat naeful study
rutotlou to ailmulaled
and a gentle
ets.
bis
<«p
tugged
down
hard* of the ABdaiumU. ...................
, dcopa
dr
' thi*
" -------------fe«of
lk|ni
languor It Induced, followed by a «iathe piebald-coated caille that the bon
sugar a;*.!*
sends a
a small
to •‘Irep'fori^^^.rgroavesr’ I began.
He started ■Ire to sleep.
ant Dateh
eh tend*
lend* aa their own children.
end. The
The dose take* .-f ^
_ though be had been ihoi.
Thla
aad .' the Btord* oxen of tbe ui>nh six hour* on end.
During tbe winter of 1*97 Hr. Jaam
feet half an hour after admluUiratton. «.** encouraging'
<tora aa pUlua Canada,
_______
and Australia
Boed. on* of tbs leading clttooiia aad
a*ad a* tomb* and abeiii
abeip. ib>- River
walked on the pier as
*o did
nervun* qnlver ont of my voice merebanU of Clay. Clay Co.. W. Va.,
Platto ear oi tonguna. Hi
struck hto lag agalnat a oaka o( iee la
Boltortam onr piga. 'What an adver- Itogmore and 1. U.ra enwgrf lu ami- _ -ji-iUrgreaTe*. d-do yon think they
saeb a omaaer aa to twalae it aeverof^ib* Navy toaxue! What
ly. It baeame
mack swollen aad
aa ak^ toaaoa for Unwe who declare
sugar lying lempilngly under one of
-Rnbblshr
from Hargreaves,
Hargreaves, aav- nalned b‘m so badly that bo oonld aot
----------------.mm
aw Seat
( to ovargrown;
overgrown;
walk wHboot the aid of mutebea. Be
acais. Ou Ibe road home
borne be pro!.pn.h- *gv)y.
ggvly. “Baab;
"Boat' How gw* the timer
aluiutwred. and * “ -- , -..
- - aiuttered. and
treatod by pbyaleiaBa. also need
k wkat would bacome of l.ondSn H . sMy Uy down and...........................................“Half-past
■r since on the mat a (’■* resigned myself
ral klada of lialmvat aad two aad
mlstTvaa' d.»r-4n my am* on Itm
We reached tbe emaa-eoad* by .. a half galloBa of wbtokey ia batklag it
w Oud hlmaelf c-dock. after which 10 mlnut««' aban bnt aotblag gave aay relief nntil be
m ttva cattle from Amertoa that awvOl landlag-and
began aalac Obambmiala'a Pala Balm.
""
walking brought ns to SMtoa ball. .
the ■atfuaman cattle herd dnrtng tbe '
Tbe bonae waa appiuaebed bv a Tbto broogbt almost a eompleta <
wmr MMT raaebad Ibtor dtoUuatloB:
la a weak's timv aad be benevea that
irBoBaaraAaU.KaUoaorak««p wen There"—tirsham awabed—Tbai a tbe dHre about a quarter, of a mile'tn
lengtb.
Tbto we followed, anewktng bad be aot naad tbto rmaedy bto lag
Meead to remain on the borne paaturre Wbtoo Bbow."
>-to abaft, tf tba 140.000 loaa af maai. i
. .w. s okto*. •»! Onally creeping Into the wonld have bad io be amputated. Palm
Balmtomaeqaalrdforewaiaa, brnlem
aattbar brad aar fad la tbaav latomto
tlto
Lri"
«tmhbe-y yaat wberv
drive
aad rbaamaUam. Par aaia by a
Itet Laadoa ABBaally conbumaa. aaaaTTih ill T •" TkTimjiim
ad to Ofgwar in tbe bnlcbarF abopa ad
paany aomawbai* In ibto regloo.wbere
ouloa Iraa than a ulekel are never
wad. and. apUlUng It In half wllli an

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A Strong
Stata

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bm ibeTr (he rlwy

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PrmtHtrevt

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Potatoes
Wanted

m

noiNO noBVW.

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To Fermers aad Petate Shippers
• rreisiii.

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1.. Trarer-rOy.
Ar BkAApMa

a tt
%agfi

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Owini; U> the uuiunal biye per<x>otagv of cuUe and

unmcn-Uaiit-

able patatooe tbia eeaeun, we have

luimi UP dOBTIEiSnU Ll.

decided i» onler lu make a market
for «ame, lu run our fnetory ou ae
uiany of this Krade of

potatoee an
ksedDywei

we can obtain.
Our factory, which

has

a

cap-

aeity of 10,000 buehele of potatoee
per day. is now complete

aud

we

are ready to take all the cull po>
tatuea

that are

offered

Save

all

your

uDmen-banUble

write

ua for

R«0| « MLv
eta

ijuou-

tions.

The Mlchipao Starch Co.

ili
Oil:

:£|a,ox.'—
ran

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:a :a “ssri:"'

for

ua

which we will pay their full value.

potatoes and

E-l'-U

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The Moderi Woodmec
of tmericaCheapest .osursuoc In tba vne-ld—
>sr $1,000
.000 (at the are._.
average ---age
-------of
)per
jrahlp. J6 year*.) Yeoagei now
■embersaip.
than at birib.
Per cMlia ooai of Mnagement. M,
enU—Cheapest ia tba world.
Lowaat averaga daaib rmto, being in
IMS but *.S* par 1.000 membera.
. TCMrcsrea lor lAVISBlIIre- or
I’St
erskss rbUdrva. loM >w W» .♦ got IJAOW
(•Uavs lusi llkr rov - tot* <-n»S

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OOllOVI YiXt.
• am* wm • ator

evaixMaB caro&

Am a
• to tka Ztofk. t7Bto«al7

H. OhOAtA ValMd MM I ^ !«»•( oddltj troa Uie orMt li
to BMtaad.
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fan te«ar»to4 afur tke
to
m-rTT- to to Hr* _
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£H:^SE£-—

a aattor oT fact,
—a vwca
Ttoltod
tb^-' —--------------------------------------Bobodj- wbQ baa arar
ooirb(arv wiU qMnbto tbe ac^oracT of IU (
fAMiSTMaTa*
(b« dtacrUrtkia. toji the
, «n!^
BeconL Bat tbe old New York eireeU
veto Mttber daik aor aotovelr- ‘^r
poaltlretj antactive,
b^y"iiaaw» ot Ibe ^t«tiral tradJUoa
*“

£srs:tT^7z

la a w H to Bka atoBf lato a»

StoM har kr hto fattow. Ual Wwr hwaaca aaMa a grawaqaa artkto froto
> jnaltlto acUBMa. Tbe sUUir* of

Have yoa ever seen factory
sample shoea aold at these
prices?
We have placed oa gale tbe
followiog goods at these low
prices.

Bamf wmca.0
kaa patoca, bo
utb7 tmnaUoo ' cent: tbej
»lato oatoide add oai
xw ' iectiee (anaot be anOled to tbe C(»g( a Ktoocb faa. Tbe itoorpalaftoUr tomlabed.
de- teu4N>fvrr wnaU boaMO of PbUadel-, toii>
aVa ‘------ ball la
Btoei laacMBifor beto are al*M to dowe™ and bltd# and a yoi
• witb a qoakeitob atm-,,

Hz

-.-..a
" tton'totor. rfwddtoned toafUto
Mtovn vttb

..

bay.
rke
are not
Tbe doveto
dow
btoncbee of t

DV.j,j'°aat.\saa.’;

i=iSS-^^=

tbe gmcfol ' eto,*nt. Tbe New Tork a»aU bou-e
t OnU tbeir awoad Ue toogaace to tbe eraana-ui n C. OUAm. aueeoM asMalMMoUsa

?HS SSS=s"S“:

nm. Dasbeeu^e. Ooaeacka.^i«fl-«a-

. aWMneoMtatttttoa.
------------ f of torlj from tbe gto«“‘tae etlfflyandniibean- wae Kotoetod by a weU^kato®^toUIrt. Mrtk
Za. tltiUU >• »ow«i l> w-ien. pki«« U ^ wm-jW ^
KagUek fnmltuto. - Parttculariy
Tbe verlad aa tbe band raU of tbe eioo|>.
______
“d the iwiu. If
side «d tbe drylacA MM_w1th ea
_ ^
nacafuJ docka like mUmI eo. to which IbeM talU terinlv •sei"
awane ei-c-i-rt rt^yaj WMeeater. HwniaUy.
: atod. ware eUboraied to eartoue deneawB
and old rbiltTTi Of all blrda ok Japaneae faaa.
we«
tnie
^
I Bttttbecbefd-oeoTtooftbU------------------------------ ... . Tbeae
,
^
f??; ^ „„
a. H la la tbe TOitof tody. 8be to a “foiedgo cxanjitaa of attletlc handicraft, wbk-h
ieX- aiSlio tototake- Her noee to «. qMOt ctodlt to tbeto artld«.ra
by the pato t^to^edf Woe
and w ewe, aw tone ae tb**.e BUewbeM the omattent wae caaTen- aadcklldres-i dueaae* a •pactolU.
w^ Kiadn^ fadlii* toto cwam .n Bown
„„ oonal and dtocMot. Here tbe« wm
... at - aSdraM MUa UcSsibeBHwr haU.
.JliiT
hair falto down no aanuato or pwcadeuta. Orlgtoalliy L boKM iciu*^
aald # Orw llaklBC
ilBC Parian
Pi
Ml OMt f^^St.
Tbe' 'Malmea to »ot partlmlarty I
*'
cutupoUed and fa&taay waa perflbe weara a ireea txelhv
ultiud.
II^’toTto^' kill 2?t^*al«i45 i artlb
Tb«

modwattaa'
and
dtocretton
Votloe
to 'fbap^eia.
^low underaktrt baa a red bonier aad
dtoappeara to tbe rectoua aboic.
■ roUa tar
whkh were tsnfurced Upon tbe iwtoer
ea aad alb.
Up tbe circular atalrcaae fron. .»e bweatb fit appear' two long, yellow by bto book of patterua the Ironmtoaitog to ahapetoae feet of
toner baU below It to bot a few eteia l«a.
.
^
_ leo^.
_ _
workeca bad to Inipuee upon Ibt-ni. Ur)r«a^UM.a(.........
asd Ua> I wlA to
to tke drawlaf-room. TWe room cor- prodlgtona
hat with n »d bow crownt Ibe Botnen-, «avaa. It waa what would now be Mltaeuoe.
"erawtor iSr. KM..Waa
Waa a o'clock

to 11 o
re^oMto eaartly to paaltleo to (be dinnuMtard balled bead. Bo palna. ;
the leauU of "arttoOc training, a m. sad trow 1
toff-iwaai below. Both rooae are large
taiaa paU Aa
and so ft was tbaa. but tbe tralulng all
alUtaa as feaa el
euttaetlaa, *bul as
-to be euct. they are T8 feet loof by laktag baa beea tbe work expended
l«l aad siald dartbcoe worka of art that a barleaque to waa that of tbv workabop only. Of the laaaepMaU'r tban alll teekaetod
SS fMl wide. If tbe dlatarN>*“
WBUy patterua of ralUng. nose Is re- or I prrcaui for coHocUm. aM oo aallpaaaUf
not
to
be
even
aneported.
Tbe
fana
are
loasa
eoneaatlonaUy dark aad heavy ibe
lulslva.
and
many
are
attractive.
And
uaMM
Ortobrr
IW
and
paid
durlac Orlubar
•drawtog-roon to eqnaUy eooeeniloual ■Imply an attempt to ideOM tbe Ku- be same thing Is equally true of Hie tbcTc will be >'bar(Td a vesalir ot t par eaar
Pnaa Wcaucaa,
with Ite white and gold wall panelluc. lupean aad fbe Angto-Baxon. Tbe dloreatvucvw In vrtilcfa tbe Iruawiiik iorcaiUecUoo.
Otlr Temiane
)Mt touched here and there vltu huge pluk tbtollea may have bi-en was permitted tv pultnlate to the hol­
■ X Herald BulMIsc.
copied from one of tbooe dortoi <wtadaahee of pale bine.
low piala Tbe duuMatlc ironwoik of
Bren tbe dreplacea fall Into (he geo- loguea of prtae plants, and the Komaaers of a canturr ago----eral ecbeine of color-tbey areatouau. noaed' lady with the boatle might have
to Its modest way. a irtomph of "Inally pretty. They are of old faahloned been ropled from a faabloa wood cut
duetrlal Ato"
of
fifty
years
ago.
CTMto carved tnarble. and gulltleaa of

(ysAiaiaaraaiai..—

-jsws

^

eeea tbe glliblMt allk drapery: In fart,
tbe dtottortlon to that of atmpllrliy.
The bouM baa elertrir Ugbtlng aad a
pawenger alevator. Tbe oae pemltorly “Cboaie” piece of furolthtog t»
the grand pUno. wbkb wee taken
along Mperlally for ibe benedt of Joaepb CbuatA Jr. Tbla aUnda tn tbe
grand aalon. tbe loom for all aorta of
felM and formaUtlea. which room to
• aver eighty feet long and thirty feet
wtdA-BoetoD Journal.
tn—to Oonb nia.
A nnober of naval otBcera were talk,
lag the other nlgtat at tbe club, and
tbe talk drifted Into iwcollectlona of toctdenta oa warabtpa Juat going

Wa at* Mtnosa.
It waa with a aucceaaloo of weary
yawns that Augusta J. Kche<-bter. a
21year-oId servant, toroed out,of bed
two bourn ahead of schedule In reapenae to ber mlatrem' early ralL
AQguata bad not bad her sleep- out.
■iwt whb drowsy eyelids still bsnging heavily \ and ber Jawa o|K-utog
Wider and wider, she wearilg alM Into
ber working clotbea.
Her jawa opened wider than before.
Bbe beard something snap. and. pul.
ting ber.handa to her face, discovered
that ber lower Jaw had slipped from
Its eocketa.
A wild scream and tbe aound of
sometbtog dropplag heavily upon the
floor startled every one to Ibe hous.^
in alarm they hasiened to the s«-rv.
anfa room, where they found tbe girl
lying on ber twek. straggling rnui(Irally to replace the dlilocated Jaw.
An ambulance waa summoned. U
requited twenty minutes' hard work
to repUce (be falton half of tbe glri'a
face.
One doctor held tbe young wonnn'a
bead while tbe Mber twisted and
turned tbe Jaw until It again anapi>e«l
back toto Its sockets.
Allbougb ebloroform kad been used
to ivlleve tbe lain, tbe servant waa to
a stale of nervous coUapee when tb.-

Tbto habit that i
eAcara have of making a rebearoed.
wabbly little apeecb to all banda when
tbe Jack got* W <to • hktp and abe la
fomaUy put to corataalou may be all
ftgbt” said oae of tbe ura of the
quarterdeck, ^but I don't believe any
aleincnt of tbe crew. oOcera or Wen
forward takes mocb atot^ In aoeh
•pMcbea. Tke oma forward dont like
a
garralona commanding uIBccr.
They're likely to fasten the nppelUiloa
‘man-o'-wan-kaW on a skipper wbo
Bskaa
a practice of
----- T — m
^
Oapt Jaaeph Mfe. one of tbe ob
nekool of aaanto'-war akiMwra. and a
■an wba bad tke rcapeot. conSdence
and affection of all tbe enitotml men
that aver erryed on one of bis ships,
bad n. greet contempt fur talkatlve•eee on tbe part of n skipper of a
wainkip. Ue waa a plain, blunt. Juat
«~«n and every oIBcer and man wbo
waa a ablpmate with CapL Klfe knew
that be ww bound to gel all that wae
coming to him. I was an eotogn at­
tached to one of tbe sblpa that ('aiH,
rUe pot toto commlaalon. tVben all
was ready the executive officer passed
the word to have all bands mu«ered
aft. After tbe usual ceremonlea Oapt.
Fife attTped .to Ibe maat cleare<l hi*
throat, and. Instead of wandering off
toto n apooito. aatd, to an ordinary

.

Bbe was put back to bed to flnUb
out her sleep, but abe sdmonlabed ber
mlstreas not to call ber so early again.
Omv befotv. tbe girteld. ber Jaw
bad given a similar pt^orauiooe. hut
was replaced by a blow from ber fatb.
ar>a hand.

pbla ‘nmea. Wo have "ctoyed tbs huugry edge of apiH-tkie" to tbat extent by
our overtodulgeDtta that «e are sick.
feast.
ened by "men-1 _
Nowhere U ibU more apparent than to
(be matter of public auniaemenu. As
a theater-goibg |wu|4e we are (borooghly blase. The almpht. homelike
........................r fsttiers. wllb

Simplex
Gas Lamp-

Hnnamd. of

We .ril, b. pl„.d k.

i. S. FRYMAM, The Practioil Shoe las.

Horses for Sale
at Pioneer Livery Stable
B. J. MORGAN, Prop.

Now is Your Tine to Get Bargains^

$2.00.„.
Price Redictd to Close Om Lot
Beet workmaiuhip money
can employ for Bicycle
Rapniriog. Quick work.

LEDERLE'S

lit UnlM 8WW11.
It our o'er*
apUva tbe
HHMt pungent to our dramatic allmeui
and turn away In utter weartneos fivu
auyibUig hwa vicious than tbe play
which diala with problems which a
century ago wc-rv tulegated to tbe dltu oblivion. And If our
t writers for tbe stage
r playa of vulgar aetiaanaud morality and clap
trap altuatlou. h-l us remember that
tbuy foUow tbe Uw ot supply and d<~
maud and sUiqUy cat,^ to an appetite
which they know extsla
It la twIetH to enlarge tbe catalogue
of liu In Wba-b our very wealth baa
They an- to be
N»w BtOTA. New Maneon Blk.
every band. BiA It la v«*l to Pemamber Uk" iienainea whb-b lurk beakle
them. fMmtdk-lty of babit and aWf.«l<nlal arv virtues we werv taught early
to seek. But do-abey thrive, unleod
ed. to an age steam with luultifurm
luiury. and allee with seductive en­ ■ I have two good yoke of oxen
for bale, weiglit 3800 kbd H500
ticements to seU-ludalgeuiv*
Tbe poor mso may. after all. to
B. J. MORaAN
ng« find salvatloD In bis |>uveny and
nqt deatractlon: and (be rich man'*
lamcet may wisely include greater Ills
tharrjLB toabUlty to digest a plurality
•CCD VIII,
emr, WMVMIMMW.
of dinners.

We buy Ep, lEc i ilozei.
Good Deiry Benei, 11-1 Go.
We sell

xm Celfee~ll lbs fei 11

Hiram Cook,

Oxen ioL Sale.

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One van of rood black horsaa, all Boand.tQQdworiMn.wal^tM6. JPriM
1Oaa Food, blacky bnili. brawn aara. s yran old. walrbt MM.
not to kick. Price. FT5.

Waivwtad

Oaa pair gray raldlnea. wetcht 8«»: coa baa a apavla
Oa otkw «aa
aUff InfrentfaaL U>ayaraarwdlarmtaata.«and1y«nald, Prlcawitbaat
of harnsta, klSL
One rood brown inara, waifbt liu. blind la dan qya. good drlwaMgaod
toworie, l>rlcc,»M.
One pair block borcia.five years old. wctfkl ««00: blcdv boUt, Im iiara
n. Price. MMOm pair bay geldingB, S yean old. raacy balU. food. Irind wortcMd and
good drivers. Price. $ssiOcapalrof extra good black galdlaga. e years old. w^ht S700. J have
worked tbeae borM all aummer: tbeyaraoneof Ua beat alharmiad laaMl
r owned. Price. Uuo.
One fiaa brawn raiding. « years old. weight 15M. extra good dratl bone.
Price. $ns.
y'
One dapple gray borra. 7 years M. wtaght lua. baa a aMU blotalab oa oaa
hlad leg. good woiker. Price. MS.
One wblta mare, lo years old, bloeky bnllt, good farm mam, wai^t IMO.
Price, tlM.
ne pair bravrn gqUlaga. bloeky ballt, bmvy boaa, weight SM0,«yMn old,
1 draft taam. worked on my farm aU aamsam. Prica. M»One tnegray i
Prioe.»lM.

7 yean bid, waighA ilM.^^ood tor aU week, deaUa.

, On* extra good Mack bocM. five years old. blooky bntU, w^gbl iMO. Prka
Ono pair brawa maraa. 5 yean old. weight SIM, good workara aad good
roadstora, a No. I pair. Brice, tsis.
Oae neat pair of bay drtvera, s yrars old, weight SOM. can atap olOMteS
mlantea. vary styllab and prompt. Bripe. SUO.
Oae extra good bay mare, bloeky ballt, five yean old, weight 1400.
Prteo,
*1S4.

One bloeky bollt brown mare, i yean bid. wtagbt 1100, good (arm man.
Whs Peak sC Oall.
Price. $100.
An Bngilab golAcldc has been to tbe
Oae aloe round built, dapple gray marc.'Tyaara old. weight iSM. been
pntos of accumuUtlng autlstUa In re­
gard to the game as It ti played to
bnneb on bind teg bat not lame, aa extra good atngla worker. Price. $100.
A. B. IsItXVVT
baiu wc can
Oreat Britain to^ay. IVrbapa
H. U. ________
Ke>Wei.tPbys^v^slm i^ltfsx^
A pair of pocy marec. weight 1700, extra good drivora. « yean old. Prfoa,
Dot eqnal
inal hia ligum
dgures now. but a few
.
Haroe
years wUI wltnras the nsual American
xRusktu's early home,
$ISS.
expanelan of other rveordA and wc mu, wma duly sold by auction
Kladly give me a call All klads of atoek takea la exebaage for boraaa..
win be douldlng and trrbllug what oar i
tmt tbe arinal bulldtog will
t«sd tM «sMUoe UM, prl«M *»• Jo-rs»lkBritleh couetoe bav* door. Tbe goldcbed- fuwaom
time to
it be touched
ckle eatlmatre
imatea that there are l.UUU
a deplorable
It Is a flbt. aad
a
riubeI In the I'ui
rult»l
ooM to tbuae wbo bavo known (be
average
Tver7“rt^w*ctoble total of prri»7

gl<
Wagons for Sale
- -I'm Joe Wfa. Too all know mA Tbto
loaodb
lOOO rlarers who are aup«ised-hy , «w> baaoe are falUng to there U a genAt Pioaaer Livery Stable. B. J. Morripe dowL'
tbe gohlcldf—to spend Individually eral deiuolltlon going on to tbe lUsiri.-t
“Tbai'a sB there wne to Ma apee
elKiut »1» entiually to tbeir pursuit of ^ the On.- .Jd booavs. many of them gand. Proprietor;
but aU the same It waa tbe moot
tb^game. This sum covers the ex.,
wooib-rful old gsntons full of On.—
*Mtt,
pendiiutv for railway expenseo. lunch.
piMHont wttb velvety Iswus.
factlve one of tbe aoit I ever beard,
...
modern villa tv«id.-uiv*
cloha, ...................
balta aud ..s...
other
...
■nde a hit with tbe men. They were eons caddies
no much taken with tbe stralgbi. di. Heme, aud la said lo Iw a ptvity fair ^ hod put up Ui tbeir jilmx- But.
average.
U
It
me.v
be

a«vpt.-d,
t*-—
t^n.
1
aaf.»tunai
itely.
Ibis
sort
of
thing
is
In.
met. on-tbe-level little veecb that tbey
', to tireat
rest Brit. ,.,i„b|.. In
suburb ISO «oir of a.’rt-**
provfd tbemeelvee tbe Bneat crew >
tire. <-------aln atom *l2,8iiii.tKV) In the atlempt. fron hath the ctiy sud lbs west end.
WtMjackelo I waaevwahtpmale with
odyr has said, to
and neck yoke, good as e
lo knock
kniK-k a
allttli______________
_ for
... tb>................
little .y,, there
to nothing
old tohutv
-Waabtogton Post.
butI to
tbeir shout. Two Top Buggies, each....
to shrug
I
ball toto a little bole. The Bgurra are i.In,.
OoePba-ton...........................
large enough
not to dismay oa. -.......................
------------------------------ --Tyebo was most regular and devoni tan tnlghi l>eiter be si>eat to tbe porgToumta. still staadlng on Berne bill
at our family worMlp. When tbe bell cult of golf (ban In maintaining sanl. ^ Denmark btU. Including Ibe house
sounded for tbs pntpooe be was In at­ tariums forr tbe victims of nervous next to Wr U.nry B.-ssemer's, i»ow <.
-llai
cupled by b
tendance and wban tbe matron ap­
merty Ui.< i
peared foUowM by Ibe line of domeaA PMbstto CMry.
wtKsie pnreuts iMooved to It from Z9
tlca be put hlmsrif at the boad of (be
much smaller pb
Another more pathetic example waa • Heme .......
praceoslon. walked gravely to the end (bat of an old sromaa whose husband , »hen tbe groat art «*tUc wax
Of tbe ooau and wbeo be saw the was tocBparliaied from furtber work. i
"l. £i A. BoUdiiiff.
women seated tMn be sat on bli He belonged to s friendly sm-lety. but
Baunebea -Mlemn aad wUe.'* B’beo tor six months of the year was only ! Labouebere tella an annslng story of
we stood np to aing Tyebo stood np: eotliled to draw from It two sbUllngs
.bUllngs he, be did a good rii™
for tta' (ritmd. wbo. altboaxb acenitoBHd to
wbea all was over be marched out a week.
________and throat.
IS oi women, oissasi
be wife ad.lrvM ________
luries and Judgvw, was afraid
Juries
•rat. Nor was ha unmladful of «uu- aged pair to live on this
lenoe to general praetka as vsallan la igem
Tbe doctor baa bad
asked for outdoor relief. Her applies- _____
tbejousr
houseofofoommena •'One day.
•ay. When tbe sexton of Thorparcb
"
beranse to the o|.to. walking borne wttb him." says Labouto tbe past ot Astkma. Cktamk. Bromrbnreb want lo opeo tbe church dwr _____^.
guardians, though
eblUS, UOasumpuOB, vmnoer. lumor* u, mu oiaua,
..
. a dwarf,
... cbera. -n toM him that be abonkl gel
tbera
waa tbe dog. Ue would then .; deforoMd and tbe
the victim
vk-ilm^
—..............
of a painful
this curious dnad. A matter was
outer
OM of tbe pews and generally m(«mal
malady,abe
abewas
waanot
notyet
yetabab- ^mi^g under ddtocuaalcin which tovolv.
------------------ __Jtdy.
-bebavvd very decoraoaly. On one o>- Cutely worn out l>ay after day al«- ^ ^ ^----------_
of taw. __
1 said to him:
a hk special spectan a
Beari.
‘ i*** 'If Too
you like, I wlU get
gel qp
W aud st^k
speak
be forgot blmaclf. laatrad of | draa^
•o M dkapalr
crawl. Mrn. .Mtiist tbe fOverameK view.
You
Uvea aad cares
eares----every
„-----o
____
' aa the could manage
lylai stlU
tbe whole oervlca. as a
My bbe reotorod to health again,
fm yoa eaa prabaMy
■enpence to ulcepeoce a „aat Jeer at me- I w« complato of
ils took tt law
head to Jump on the ^
Into bta
I
'
Yoa wtliftad tbe idoctor's maibods aad
1.
^
ff,brTytoflmricyt»<»'r«^
tttaiidm«Mttb.ta.youare an
>e pel ^Hil
aaytbiog
haveevar
tried.
lytbiog yoa have
eve---------OataraetcaiadwitboatmaiUaUagtkecya CfeOb
■row OOce. Ibskham Block
s my dear ^
j^r ber funeral. She died JSId’crSTmoT This was
------------.... -.-,rin« horiie
I
down tbe- taw.
r oae week's MMoak F&BB OF 0&ABOB.
Aad ba wUl alsooxtraot taatb^graMm aala|^y^l^^aiwmtba^
at on: be
ML I looked indignant,
rllb money attered
nttered aarcasbc
mreasbe 'hear,
‘hear. beara.'.' On ibta
bnried at ber own expense. ^
•Afi at last I
UIvo tbcmacaU.
1. sat do
down, and invited
Invite bim I
oaraod by tbe aweat of ^ brow
, p,«^,„ed.
tttasted. and CU 4og V
abatp bodUy ABgtttah.-^a*doa Bpec» 9 me. He got up and
t
•. W. Hltaj^b *Vmm

BEEDGlTTSilDTifilDl

DR. SPIRRET E'.aSi.'KtiK-iJt

B. J. MORGAN.

G. H. SNOW, M.D.
Speciaiist

fHrSr-’'-'"'

Has located la Traverse Citx at Hotel WlitiBe.

O. P. CARVER

Fire Insurance. Medicine Free!

.Services Freel

Teatb Eitractad Without Palo Ftao.

John R. Santo,
CsNiil liuniet.
DR. SAWYER

r-SA'i?.'ssrr.“'r=

..Dentist..

iorse Bros.. Hiiso Niters
488 ■ Blawopa A *.

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