The Morning Record, March 16, 1899

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The Morning Record, March 16, 1899

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American newspapers--Michigan.
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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1899-03-16

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THE MORNING RECORD. I^W
TRAVEB8E OITY, MICH., THURSDAY. MARCH 16 im

Btaowt Yei

TAXBILLISNOWLAW

B. 1>. OA.KPBSLL KKBmOBBD.
17rfc4 for AppoIntsMt o» StaW Bo»rd

/REBELS REPULSED.'

Chue 8. 0»bom Appoint^
Attempted to Segain Their
lUUroad OommiMloncr. i Luaior. March lS.-:-9eMU>r HiHiCaptured rowne.
-

Ladies' Suits

Five
Cents-

Growing in Popolaritj.

1 ken and EeprtaaataUva Koaler weal

•!««.«
U>k momiv Terrible Ooafl ct Xaaaad and Oasaral
.
^
I iB the iatercato ot Bo*. U. t). CampWheatoa'a Soidieto TiaaUj Oroee
BarprtM* 1* UMiBC
! beir.appomlBieBloB Ihe aiat* board
the Bacaap Back with Terrible Loee.
•raat S Koraa ct PorUaad tor j
Tb*> «ada a airoa* «a*a
Takiac Vearljr 400 Priaoaora—Aa
•Uto Bama WardOD-»lU lo
\ tor. Mr. Caiapbell.
ariean horn Slight—Prrparlat to
OloMd Jriah •aaaoa Law PaMOd
Aiuek AfBlaaldo'a Baaeqaartria.
BowaabrTotaof74lol6.

«»»». rut<~

WILL iGNOBE IT

Win boy a Tablet', 50 styles:,Lead Pencil. iS styles;

Maaila.Mai«h I6.-Ueacr%l Wbcator.
a^wtai K> ta* Mencta*
Penholder, 1.5 styles: "Titos'—I'l other books same
BC (ha United butaa flriair
AMembly WiU
LaaalBff. Mkh., March li.-Tha Ull
! eoiaain. atiaeked aad defeated e force
style; Memorandum Book. 50 st.yles; Receipt Book;
lo ropaa) U.« law eaUbUabtoc a eloaad
Dlaiolvad
|o!f.000Filiplnde at Fatig thia afterdahlac acaaoo. waa iha apaclal order in
Package of Kn.-elopes, 8 styles: Game, 10 kinds; Boa
BOOB-iniUctlDr a heavy locaupoa them
the bouae thU afteroooD aod the
^; Bt Oeaeral Broake by Conaeat of Pra^ Tbe American loan waa aUght. The
d laU thie afternoon
ol Paper and Envelopes. The rest'y^n'll have to see.
I
Meat
lUXialey-Oenea
to
be
i Americana eaplored SSu rfliplnoo ,
'roteof 74 to >H.
I Many bodira of rebeta klUed in the-angagement are flcatlog dowa the rireV. .
'mliteaen electloae held an Inwreellne' WaehlayWo. March ll.—UrtcrettoaThe Waablngton roinnteera
bearinr today oo the direct leffleiatloa ary anlhorltr haa beea yirea to M.j.>r
captured and burned i‘aierou. meeWg^
billof which Eiekoff lathe ,euibor. .Orneral Brooke, yorernor yeaeral of
with a abarp fire faom the esemy while
AmoBEiboee beard in fa»or of the Coba. to dUaolre ihr Cnbao aaaembly.
crotking tbe river.
»eaearewere Dr, O. R. Shenaaa of] Proiatbe tone of ikaera! Mrooke'e
WaabingtOD, March l& —The follow­
Detroit. Dr A. M. Webater of Oraod di.patchr. cfliclata r.peet that he w.il
ing diaoatch from UeDoral Olla dated
' RapTda, iSeo. J. Bobmaon of Alpena, immediately araii bimaelf of the
Geo B Maloae of lAaaln*. Or. Douy- authority inreated in him. Socbaclioe today has been received at the war depariuient "Thm; thousand inkurgenu
laaof Detroit and L C. Stockton of wlll^be the drat inUTferenee of the
waaaa-^-^aaaae^.^wi
Lanalny. Tbr ootamme# will report yorer.ifcjrni of the t nited Stalea with moved duiva last d^t to tbe u>na, of
the bllUaeorably aa amended airikiair ptreoaa al.vilny themaeWea the repre- ' Fasig aod 1-ataroa, on ibeabore of Da
«Bt the aection which would enable aeolatlref of the Cuban people, aad if guaoda bay. fronting tVbeaton k t-ouis
tea per cent of the people •affected to It occurs it will be enlirriy doe to tbe on tbe Uas'ig river line- By besvy
arcurea reaubmiaaionofeblllafler iiB“iUe«t: aod ui.i»ttiaable acta of thoee Ing lieneral Wheaton diklo.iged and
{ drove inooi back, taking <i>u pritHinerk
haTloy once b^eu paaaed upon by the p<^rai«ia
,aud icii.cthigalieavy hwa in hiUrd mtd
people and carried
, 1-uithernuire, tieueial Brooke w«ii
Suits we show are made i..\ the
' '•
I rcoogniite ilcnefal l.ouir aa the rep: ;wduoded. Uo reporu'ttht bis loss was
Dr. Cheater of Kalamaroo.the famona'
be-t men tailors. a’;<1 lad'eswho
iniatire ot the Cul^ people, until very oi derate, and that hF-pow oejuplea tbew towns with a >uAifibnl force
want a perfect fit and thorough
-.\ml lire pt-i.-o you'll liko
to bold tbem.”
1
workuiansbip will appreciate thU
I’rivate Foroott of the '/wentielh
SCS.-oti.....................................................
line. Sec tV new Htrles at
modloa
regiment was killed. T^yfoLiowIng
Tkeydo notrip:
;
TbnCII
|6
birr,!,
ol
Tbe governor aenV to tbe aenate to-' Brooke will eontioue to abow hlui the auldiera were wounded; Private New­
Thsy
do
not tsar:
I EfOutBe uudulirrMed
day the fotlowlny nomidatioaa. aome deference due hla poaltiou aa the recoy- man. Twenlle.th regiment: FNdMes
They will dt and they will wear:
CaiToil. Harahall. Cuoinba and Kogeia
of which will crpate yraatenrprlae:
j niaed leader of tbe Cubana.
of
the
Twenty
aecind
regiment
Aad
you'll
go fcjr another pair:
Rcheri Uakman. Detroit; R M. Iriah,, Tbe couiuiiliee appointed yeaterday
KalamarM. aad Ueorye Bortoa. Le i by the Cnbaa uiiliUry aaaembly to ‘ Abcut a^u Filipinos aurrvndened at Fashionalile Outrilters
aawee county, tor neabera of lb#j pome to Wanhinylon to woure recoyni- ; the town of Taguig to the Washington
reglmenD and
Fiiiploos were cap-'
atatc Hoard ot Awoaaon nodar the j Uoa will hot be otticially ircoyalaed.
{tured at Fasig^ the Twentieth regij menu
*
I V'X'tound lu; dead FdipinOB
4Mbora of Sanlt dte. MarieI and 100 new graves near Pasig.
For^lMnapectbr. WlUlaiu JadM^of
Selected by Building Oimmii- ^ The prisoners ware unarmet and i
Abb Arbor.
therefore it Is preaumed that they exe-1
K. it. Oroarenor of Monroe, will be
tee For Court Houie.
cttted their threat of throwing Uieir |
rwwppolDicd on the Dairy and Food
arnu Into tbe river.
Coaimlasloo. alao Jabel Chawell of Bay
About April I st I will open'tny stor« with a new stock
#oba Kyaelka Ohoeea aa SaperiBUnd
Doadoo. March 15 —The evening '
City.ta Halt Inapector.
of House Furnishing CoodSa
a^alH. Morae of BauUSta. Marie.
eit and the Work Will be Baaumed News thta afteroosn pnbliahoa. the fol- U.mi
aa
Boon
aa
Wunthar
WiU
T«rta Mmud aa Uama Warden.
I invite all to give me a call. It will be no trouble to
al Wheaton haa compi Italy routed the
mit
Joaaph U Cox waa rMppolntad Ubor
FlUplnoa and occupied Paalg. Taguig
show goods.
wommlasioner.
and Puteroe. H.'vetal bnndredi of the
Amoa H. Muaaelman of Gtwnd Rapide
enemy were kilted and ac many cap­
waaappotBlnd on tbeboard of oontrol|{>,yl( MdConlractor Uifaaon for the
tured.
atate Houee of Corr«:llOiia aad Reform- \ pnrooae of getUng maltera In ahape for
Made by Michigan Telephoer Co.
Ornerul 0:U«aya that thia ta the
atlaa, alx vean term.
| the completion of the atnietare. The
tor any vlatk of M-rvice Ueeired
House Furnisher
201 (Cor. Unionfand State Sts.
greatcat victory aiuee February 8. The
The other nominaUona are at tollowa: j natter of brick waa diacumad and aetAmericana wjll now preaa toward Ag- j
H. T. Barvey of Battle Creek, membar Ued. tbe oommitiee deciding npoo No.
uinaldo'a hea^quartan.
••••
•w ^wa >•»
BUta board of dentlatry; C. H. Randall
Findlay hydranlie prraaed brick
at end of sis wootbs or change
of Monroe, for member ot the board of
I to be gP per tbonaaod.
Breeltien .
to any data, of service at will.
ooBirol of the etata aehool at Coldwater' actual counv The alyle of the
The largaet amount paid thta year
Telephone tbe manager to call
W. P. Doty of DetroiD for member of^ and weal entrancea waa 'changed ud
and explsin new rates adopted by
for a single load of potatoeu wm S5I 15
the Btate board of pharmacy: Samuel ^,1000 archm will be eet instead of
received yeeterday by John Hhaae.
the company
Bickeretaff ot KaUmazoo.mamber Kal- brick aa orlgiaaUy dealfnad. The addiThere will be a regnlar oonvenlioB
it will ba
amaiwaaylnm boardiCbarlea F. Hack- Uonal coal of thia im
OB of D strolD member of the Northern S250. leM the coal of the brick to have ol Trnverae City Lodge No. 73. K. of P.
Thta this evening. Three omidtdataa will
Michigan naylum board, aad Wiillam been used under tbe flret plan.
be Init'iated in tbe second degree.
Jedaaa of Jaeknon. aute oil Inapwtor. change ta made ao that the
led will be uniform with the main
Dr. Moon, aaatated by Dr. Athlon nnd
throwing down of Weaaeliua antranee on Waahlagloa ateeD
Dm. J. C. and J. W. OanntUU, per­
and Tom Smith waa BOt looked tor aad I. The committee aeleeted John Kveel- formed a very diflicuK. but ■ucceaatul
haa created mneh o(M
Various ^ ^o nerve aa- anperintendent of tbe operation yeeterday upon Hsnnan Built la BOM rotapleu uu.r tor a|,red uud Jur
• billlT. Cull aod look orer work lu pro«mw
foaaooa all t)ia way from friendabip to cooatraetioa of the bnUdiog.
The Antoine.
Koeeiul attealkai to r.uoir work. BcUpaa
enmity are aealgned aa the motive tor worii wilt be reantned aa noon aa the
A Boat Oo .Wm Fottarir. ^i;««erFmnk Sleder. the Weatarn I’oion Motor
BiiCioe uorka, Mtao.wloou. MirU Trorerw
the laavlag out ot Weaaeliua.
weather will permlD
Tdagrnpb maiaenger boy. had a col- CItf Prastk. Bujr a;r-Tt.oM>l of lold Storaav
ukcebouM.
B. Uturlsurk. Mgr, Naooclooa
Mr.
atbeoB
left
tor
home
imaadlatet
If you do not need a new carpet|tbi!s*spring you
liaton with another bicycle rider TvmTkt goveroor algnad the Atklaaoa
ly after tbe meeUng but wUI be back dny evening at the corner of Washingbill at 7:15 thia altereooB.
^ surely should brighten up your homes with one or
soon to oomplete hta arrangementa.
'ton and'Bartow atreeta. Hta bicycle
Tbe aeeoa at tba aigning of tbe
: needed n tew repain -after the meetmore of our beautiful Moquette Rugs. You may
CbaeverAtkinaon bill would rival tbe
aigalag of the DeoUraUon«f Indepeadf Philadelphia
think they are too expensive for you. ‘
MUs Kittiv Cutter his taken tbe poe-1
•Boe. The governor'a room was filled
Budowioeai polio
pclklty.
By a Xorriftc Torwado la
Blrna- iUoa aa clerk in L. M. Bennett's Jew-,
Write lor
with newvpaper men ana fnenda of the
in^am. Ala.. Taaterday
etay
store
in
the
place
of
O.
LeRoy
Leri
T.
Peouiiigk'ti.
Diatrii
t
Agt
muasurr Tbe pen need waa in great
TvurvturCilv >}tchWua.
Parker, who baa resigned.
demand.

HOILEY & CONIMBLE.

820 Front St.

“City Bookstore.”

.'iurs)'s rut: n:i:y HK-'<r .■'ir /?/:‘.\7>.v’rV

J

Boys Band

Pants! iPants!

i Minstrels "All Wool But The Buttons" I
Tuesiay,

WllMtaBros.

t

March 21st.

}

FUN.

J

i S. BENDA & CO.

CM.,. FlNin.AY mSSEFBRICK,

New Furniture Store!

Special

•^Feature

.Geo. \V. Thomas,

Ten Tear Contracts

Subscribets May Cancel

Michigan Telephone Co.

and

Gasoline Tachts,
Row Boats. Sailing Craft

J

CHURCHES WRECKED.

! Kiralngham. Ala., March IS-A
j tornado early tbia morning wrecked n
jdoaen or more dwellings nnd three
ftfnater Than That of the •tateamaa. | ckurcbea. and unroofed several factorAn adjonmed meeting ol the Trav-1
Avondale and Woodlawn. enberee CUy Bnainew OoUege Lyceum was | '■■'to of (ho city. No one waa injured
ao
held last evening aad aa
— far aa is known.
program givan.
| 1%e roof of the SeboD fnrnaoe caal
lha debate was upon the question. heaae waa blown off. A lannary at
AvoBdala Mills was
destroyad
and a
••Raaolvod. That tha wtarklnga af a,--------------------------------------------------av__dcaen cottages at Avondal* wars Icvel• gituiod.
, Avondale
ad• to tba
• those of a poek"
' The affirmatira was habdlad by B- and Woodlawn tba storm pamad ap the
mar Brown and Don Dger, aad tha Fifth avanne road and moved avecy
•egative by Bruno Unlnaahi and Mr. honaa it atiwck from tha foundationa.
At WoodlawB, Woof's maehiaa shop,
Doekaray. the last mentionad winning
two nngro ehurcbea and a score of cotmit
Beaidea the dtacuaatoa wnre. 4 realu- tagaa ware destroyed

i«.

!

I

Bi tm Uty
rmhk C. Cook u «„ prwwhh 1.

Ouarteriy keetiag b^iaa Saturday
at tbs Bvugelical ebar^ at 7 p. m.
—the best mmU at the U
ooatinalag over Hncdmy
Pmehirk
Oily Raataurant. Meals at all boaia. by Bar. J. A. Frye, pcaakllag aldar. '

------------ -—

Provident Life
and Trust Company

IMFLOEMOX or TBR PORT.

ttoa."itoln' V'lahia'" by Balia Girard, i
Aanriginai story -A lady's trip to the
•»“»
^
Klondike" by Rila Shepard, and a. St. Ignaca. Mich.. March U.-Travel
dsaeriptlonof lileintha WMtfntmpar-ioBtba D. H. 8. A A. railway waet ot
aonalebMrvatioa.by Robert Halkirk.»the Soo junction ta eUU Uoekad by toe
all of which were excaltent and recalv-1 covering tbe r^ta. Tralne today are
ad \he strietaat attostton.
; rwnlng betwnea here aad 800 juac---------------------------; tian. oooaacting /with the (too branch
YVsah
** 'Tranl
5^ Mini
always on hand n JaelmV oaa'
door east of (Mstofliee.6tw-n
SvasgellAl ftoartariy Mtoatiag.

CARPETS
RUGS.

EXPANSION
SALE^

il

' Price Hum uid We im Surprise Yoi.
Tbe; Are Ro LosAer i Loiiir; For Tbe Fei.

Ingrain Carpets......................................19c up
All 'Wool Ingrain Carpets...............44o up
BruBselB Carpets.......................
6O0 up
Pro. Brussels (a new production) has all the ap­

STILL ON

pearance of the Bru8sel8,fand is a wearer.

^ it.

Moquette Carpets—the largest line. in the city.
If you hay« not already made an inveetment for
yooraelf or boy, do ao now—Biggeat inducements ever
made by na, and therefore the beet inveetment for
yon. Many men’s and ehUdren*a suits going at a little
more than half price.
See our goods—that's the anreet way to oonTinoe yon.

Do}not fail to visitjour^carpet department before
va
i j I purchasing. Our buyer ran across several great bar*
I; | gains while East
* -*

Ill

HtMIlTON CLOTHING COMPART, j i

Will PigifTria3e>« Roll ip.

j

The Boston Store, |
front Street

Class Block.

i

THE VOBHIVO 9rO€BJ3.TBUE8DAT. MABCB 16. 189P.

RMLKOID UnERx

ns KOBglEO BBOOBS.
vmATBMK onr. -

michiobm

rao> <n antd* «r tn
ttAKD TRAVB8SB
•m. T

f,

L>ogSxperieaoeis the BMlneaa.

wiwr ».J IIUHX

. K

gEPMBUCM TICKET.

OUR NEW SPIRN6 STYLES
IN SHOES ARE HERE!
r

'aluatde lafomatMa fren One tf

Batw 4m> J. W. Haou

f, w.

|

Pr»ctlc»l Lecture By O. E.
Murrmy

“SOROS IS”

Last night C E Murray, agent cf
the ti. E A I. gaee a splendid, prav
tkal talk os rallraadtog to the young
en who have pro&tad by the
sd laeturea arranged by Prof. Urawn.
ifr. Murray gave the young Ben masr
laalde faoU about the railroad buainer*
aad teld many atirrlng utorlea of aecidanUandlnadenU la hie axperienee.
Bis Ulk was fell of intarnsUsg sUtletlB and Talnable Information and if
any of those proMat expeet toengsgr
in railroading they eannot bat profit
by .Nr. Munay sesceUentleclnre-

li t- In • ■
»
t
RBkAKPAKT.
IVs. !.•« ulrird).
< Kiuelte Mkud IVHaim
bsliinx-i^^ Am hnaU
Ll-Nl-HBON.
>taiti ul Hbrtini • un Twat
tUery. Uut UUIa

Shoes—ihe new bbt>e for women—
differeni Irom all olhers- coitls but............ wDO.Ov./

!
Addroa* os Pharmacy.
I The next samber is ITotessor!
drawn’s lecture course for young eaen ;
1 will be gtteu next Wednesday evening.
' March 72.. Tbla change of date la made
'on account of the Boys' band minatreU
Tuesday evening, the tlvt. C. A. Bug- 'bee of ths City Drag Bwre wlU give an
addrena upon "Pnanhacy."

Mr. Murray told of the army e«ploy
! Tkk User 8ALVB is the world for
0TATB.
Onto. Bruises. Seres, aieers. Salt
ed la railroading in ear ewn eity. and
tliitAett <rttb
Bor JmUm of Uie 8a^«D« Court,
Pulsxa-u.
Rheum, Fever Soree. Tetter, Chapoed
their earnings of ovsrttu.OUOAoauaUy '
t'Tt.-d On<lliS,.«.T. T'Oste K<
'8IA0O1UB B. OBANT of Bouftiton.
Banda. Chilblains. Come, and all Bkin
Lclllir,^ iM-brUl 1I|«M)BS
Be declared the chdaoea of amployBmpUona, and poaiUvely cures PT.b,
K»- lluUiBC
Mtaregood forth* right kind of
orno parreqnlred. It ia guaranteed
for n^iml of tbe Stete Uolrorslij.
en.
-He
spoke
oftbe
great
army
of
|
to give p^eet satisfaction or money
eOL. HBNEY S. DEAN of WMhtoMw
rsfnndsd. Price M osnu per box. For
railroaderaaud
of
bow
it
would
In
OOL. *U E. yt TrOS of W»yne.
sale by J O. Johnson and S. B I
creaseoeerOM Ulrd of the'preaent
force in the neat ire yearn of lu com­
XODXOlAle.
Tmh
wliK rrstul risd of
. fMrOMuit JuAfr. nth JadieUiarcoit. plete change erery thirty years.
home made cari,1lrsat Jsekson't. oni
tif olu Imi.ik.
There are a great many changes in
door ess' of p-wtett) -e.
l««i ,u
l.sll i<a«iu«>nlul >’f n
FBBD W. MAYNB. of Cterlevoix.
of anil udU s I
railroading: as many as SO.OOU em-.
ployes change potltions every year:
these .changes are governed by senior­
ity. but often by other eauaes, general
MU8 NBTriBaUBAY.
ly lack of edoeation or general tncom
0»T.
petsnce.
i
Mr. Murray spoke of the tapaelty of
*rc oondufeiors
For Moyor,
ears, the rates, the speed of today and eisUni auperintendeotoor matters of
fr*Bk HMuUtOA.
of twenty years ago: of how the better iransportolion. Bis salary is slso
For City Oork.
III!
educated and aelenUll': man of the fu bsved on mileagr ysi a fair averags is
AlBoa W. Kickerd.
ture would slUl
Ai.ixKi. reaebing at high as si.-iuo per
Kor rr««aurer.
by liquid air; how different the engine .rear.
Make rough, red hands
WlUlom t. Robtao.
would be consUpeted and the lowenng
A railroad telegih^ operator needs,
for J Bd(« of BoeorderNt Court.
pf rates made poiAlble: how the sngl- a good uommoo scbobl. education and i
Loris BolMm.
wr would be r«((hlrod Ui
! practical experience, bdi an
2.^-—keep them soft and
irvlce examlot'tion.
..... from ^ agent, and
often gets ....
his start
. O. ». Dockerof.
He gave a brief ootifne of the rail- j i. , thorx time is oapat* of eamiog
«a
white.
VOr Momber Bourd of Public tVorkk. road butinem when he was a boy, lead-.
».*> to S.'ui per^^th. In
ing up to Ibe railroads of today, which cemmerclal line, after three or four ,
JoMfkBoos.
carry 7Mi.0oo.iKX) people annually.
years' training, the ealary-aatpa from '
fbr Jwttee of the Pmc«.
Mr. Murray gave a very InUrv'tlng Rvi to tuio per month and often more.
fob* ▼orty
BeatUeBW
DrugglkU.
aketch of faU own life, speaking uf
A train dispatcher must know agreat
Tsc Bepoblica • of TraverM City. leaving aehoo! when 16 years old and deal; the length of sidings, dibiaoecs
oornmeneing railroading In IKTOwItb and bills on his divition, wbu-h i*
mAIb bet the oouuty and Judicial ciroolA are prepared for the election and no salary but lots of woric. After six often :So miles long. Bucbadi»paU;hmoolbt of such work he was appointed vebmma^asalaryof »ioo to ^-.•oo
Iko eandldaMa oamed arc auob a*
the position of operator at SIS per ^ month, ^he master of iraosporialiowarraot the Dim
9Dlh. then aftor two years became
ei.Mi to SSOO while the superin
d for all the
rwalL Then
sUtioD agent at 9«) per month. Three ; Pendent gets from SSini to K<xi. All the
. fron judge to ooMtaWe. are
years later be ratiguea and became • ai^j^e poeitions require men of good
tbkU. oosnpeteni and known to
oounectod
with
the
tl.
R
A
1.
in
IsTi:
,
memory,
quick at fibres, and >hou'd
<aUf qneUfled for the poeitions for
The speaker was emphatic in sUliog ^ pe men that are not easily rattl. d
vkleb they are named. Besides ibU
Some high tfticlsls. ss presi
they are Bepublicans and good citirfui tbsi the higher our stood st school the
more successful he would be. yet be often get (:>«•.<Kmi or more.
whom the parly can auppori with
would bsve to gel pruoticsl experience
chooees rsilrosdlng s* s bioi•iBOat seal, and vbe Deniocraiic '
they
partlMn war wv will full In Ito pur- Agent* sre now under bonds, they. uetu. ihe muit exper t logive il tbe best
At long L the Uepublicsp psriy I
‘‘•i** • g'^od
from the time
of bis life lto it. A rsilrosd msD
Id bib uurk
MproduocBucb men ss those plscod they lesve school until they sccept * • „os\ be ss ranch
A g.xid.
u ■ominstion, Just so long will the poeition. be able to giveton good refer- « if be owned the rsilrosd.
fxyv g
psbllo fasve contl deuce in -iw ospdl- encse. tbe sddrees of nil neur relxtive-b bonest rsilrosd msn esn siwi
^ho grows
ws oM
The HepubThisn tickets sre sad their buslnee*. references from ,,
■sdsuDof men who cotsmsnd the re-1
: the servk-e is well tsken csre of With'
everyone with whomi they
ihey
^e»»to or owns prop-1 „„„
good hsblto snd lots of
:pstience very observing msn will rise
a in contact. There is poallively: ertj.
be resi-bes the gosl he stsrted
■prjMaonfor Republicans to consider; The psy of sn sgeut is bused on the
slri!
of
s
suilon
snd
the
business
done.,
,be
beii*r
the eduestlon he
Uy other ticket but their own. becanse;
'
^„b the higher be.goes.
•vary esadidste is one tc whom public ranging from S4 i to »SI0 per month.
The wsy to reseh sn engineer'e posi- j
laUrasto may be safely entrusted.
tion U through the’micbine shop. one|
Thx bill torepey the law •.-stablisb must spend three yesr* there before Lv 1 At Cliicsgo. the "U " hooiloo ws-, sll
Jag a closed season for tisbtng. was gets s position ss tirsmsn, from which mixed ur> in the desih of •IsuicsI’u^tI------ -* by the House in l.snsing yerter- hc is sdvsn-ed to the full fledged en-J ers. a window wssher. the i ;;.i! oV the
dtr The existing law worU- d gresl graecr. l ew css get to be master I month. I’ower* was puployed on .l.'iy
tojuitlce lust vesrto ibousauii, uf Hbh- mechanics. The salary of rnginrers sin. I- -v to t.«e tl.e^plnee ..f .lohn M.^-

•Ol EhX OL’ALITV
The famous $8.00 ^boefor women
—the best shoe at this price ever
maoufacturetl.

New Bicycle Shoes—
Which you should see---Tbey are

Alfred V. Friedrich.
ri?< ).\T STREirr

Popular Shoe House

March

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PRACl’iCA.L

Winds.

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and up-to-date

I Funeral Director and Embalmer.

#WW»W—»Bd»WW—>»»W—S

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Carnation Cream —

1. H. ROSE t SON.

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Without any ijuostion our stock of funeral goods
is second to none in this region—and our abiUtt and
reputation for handling every detail of a funeral in
the most practical and satisfact«»ry manner is a fact
we need not mention.

Will S. Anderson,
IVlephom- No. JS.

J-ilS Union stnvt, Travense t'ity

LARGE CONTRACT OH HAND
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The shoe dealer has whg undertakes to
match our offerings, either in quality or
price. We have a few lett of those men's
odcLpairs of fine shoes. We may still have
yoirrsize.

Genuine Bargains I

DDIOrO AOr piiT^!:22j5oot^_____$^

rmib Ant lUI

^ *0^1
*Mly fought

L treat
tisb trust

f-^m Meath un tnst day. fs'„ug Dura .i„getting i-toran window f,*,a-which l'ow«« M..

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taTbeen worklng^rd in the m- «*gi«>v«t«u,'department was coosidc:-, ground.

1 he ilesd man was j.. >nsrb
Miller had wo, krd;ust
fireman gets raoee than the average ,
day*,-thr«^ tiuies i .—when
that the bill will DSSkl*"“*°
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i.dicUo..
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kliu..!.
tk« lenate. And there are ;iDdiuaUoo^
f.ii to »7<i yer month.
that it will.
U takes a cool beAd and nerv
an engine as was well illustrated by'
The X>Mth Bocord.
Hr. Murray, which showed that thr
The many friends of Tbomaa Whitman who it sober and attends strict­
RaU and family will be shocked to
ly to bnainesa hardly ever bat an ac- )
InarB of the death of his wife. Mrs.
Oatberine Whitfield, who died very
■sddanly Isvt evening at about six
to fifty dollars per month, but------------------------------------—
ofplock at tbeis borne on West Seventh
ly baaed on ml'eage.
MrMt.
To »leej) well, liv*- long and die
A baggagemao doea not have many
Although she bad been feeling anchances of promotion. Ula salary to well tiny good hed-.—we have them
vail for the last few days nothing aeriHO to F'S par month.
-'If you do Dpi sleep and real well
OM waa anticipated, and H la a sad
It Ukea from ten to fifteen years to
Mow for the bereaved bueband and
you are not ht fur busineae next
become a conductor. In only rare
UHla daughter, wbo is only two yaara
day. If you have one'of^our Elas­
afagntic Cotton Mattresses niid a nice
Daeaased was ss years of age and beIron B«1 you cannot help n-sting
aWaa her own family, leaves a tatber.

In Bed We’re Born

Bed We Die

THE MICHIGIN^

ICCIDENT ISSOCMTION

Mvo stttcra and two brotkera ao mourn
well wehRvea fine line of iron
bar death.
^
or Kslsmasoo, JCleh.
i beds, from $2.oO np. Come in.and
Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield came to tfaU Begins Its second year of cxlstenee
look them over.
c
oity abont a year ago from Case City.
Mr Whitfield having secured apaeition
Beoord NeY.er Equtled
0( attendant in Northern Asylum. Mrs.
WUifield was a womaa of lovable diacelled in the following *
ywiUnvi and during the abort time in of the Brat year's extotence of any aim-:
fiMacUr Aada many friends
The Bar amociatkio erer organised in MichHoose F amiehing Stnrv.
«Mae of the tnaeral will be aanonneed
New .Store, 130 Front Street.
It has held more membei*.
It has aecnmnlated a larger reserve
Oaiye. Ihe year old daughter of
fuad lor the protection of its members.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeaatus ArUlp of Giawn.
It baa opened np more territory.
gladTnaeday night of pneumonia. The
Ovw Ha.'Umsm-v 8to>* guns
.And Ult bat not loMt
fair- will be laid to raat today in
•nsoxso xos.
It to the only aaeoclaUon in the SUte.
Aha cemetery near Urawn.
regnrdleaa of age. that never closed '
FIHSPSHTAI.
WOBX.
Franeea B. ofBse
OveatlAdy Coi
1 proofioaito
m arrived from Su.4/oato yesterday
ta aondnet the .initiation of the Lady
■hv »evt p»|>uUr pUsorevcl
MMcabeea. Bha will go to OadflUe
.tovvai tosBrsnrv oo Ikv Bsrkn.
sjVDia wenieU la BimuplfU
Ihto momlnr______________
| A tn

^i^J.W.Slater
DR. HIGGINS. DENTIST

Tii ♦ * f I

■aevr *« baaUvta. Fliv Siwl
rsa sue BiauT UoUsra lo
bsRdllnx UIvSMOrU-

to now pwpsredto
a«TC the beat meals at the «Jueen
BCttdU kfiCMMl ItWCUln,
aiy BtaUnrant. Meals at all bonra.
Ag»»ej Dapl.
" ^aHmawn.
rilaniaior. M
Miah.
»-^Ag«^Dapl.

t. teMMsaU a
mnaasravai

•r Mtb Viteoai

Our Wall Paper Departmen
Gflii offer the best inducements of ary house'in town. Remem­
ber we are not novices at the business -We are the ‘old reliable
and lowest priced store in Northern Michigan."

From 2 l-'2e a Roll Up.

A BOLD ROBBERY!
When you are hoodwinked by specious arguments
into paying $2.00 for a $1.00 article you are out of
pocket a dollar, about the eanxe if it were stolen from
you. We don’t guarantee $2 00 or $1.60 or $1.08 worth
for$1.00~-aimply your money's worth, leas the profit
-without which business caunot be crnducted.

Wall PapeY 2 l-2c a Roll!

The Observed
Of All Observers
Cannot fail to observe our fine silk Skirts
—not the cheap China silk but made of
Ihe very best Taffeta. We have them from
$6.60 to $7.60. Come and examine them.

The Hannah & Lay Mercantile Co.
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THE MOBHlHa BSOOBO. THUBSDAT, MABCH 16. 1899.
MMUiuaLMtAUAlAJiLALjilJtlAlKjmdwlUi thrMlBcbMoMe*. Qup '-007 Mb* WUhrla •ofllj’ pbjMl lb»
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K iaXneti MOUtclcMiBtfttie iTSrk. It ScS#bm Serwisie. The brWe. who to

CnmnlatiYe Eyideiice *«**?’^®******^^

RIGHT IN LINE !

_
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.
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!of K*brt»rT. ThtotoUto l.wt
Mldin .lBo««v.TTcitT and town in
BwvUn to«*bM be»7 »t Rhit i
^ ed. Mtnj r»r«u<S htmaUfol p»e««t«; ih-UuiW"
• - lUpui-ityauiirfBracT
>—
ISUIM.
totely.
They r»Mpd
MrrwMpd reeldeaoe. lo tlott of the re«totralloo law, aod It oor*, wUI eerre m rtmtndort of the beet ^ve
have glirn it the liniiien«a'popuUritv it
«m4<ieyHcht ud took wHicy
afrieadt. both Mr. haa atuiaf«J. It to Indorsed by thou
reepoada to a raU of 301 per i.*M» pop »tohea.ol
......................................... ;toola •
r«M w»tebM.
make* Btrvnptl
Mn. C. Biek m old wonu Urinf
bralihwbes eve
ffrataletloae.
tO be eloeed.
• BlleOMtof New BuB.l'>. wM foeiid
deed la bed laet Setarday. Sbe to upMr. ;.d M„. »„r,..n. > .. M,..,'
peeed to haae heea deed over » week,
farm rtaldeBoe eoeth of bojin* eonwiLinjf el»e. Manj^ loiiutioDluan
•he feered wluhee ead drove over 1.- Two Ix>cal HIvm Strenc^on- town, abonl ten
vtolUa* St. ^n»^avere^i|jappeared. ^n>ciBMO Mile ia (he door to keep them
•d by 116 New KemlMn
•wey.
whera they will be at borne to their tDaU%reparBtion
That ereneUad M e laeeiu of dtoyeelBy of the deed to frowUy la favor Oervmonlei Ooadaeted by Oreat l*dy friend* at 81. Charlea Hotel after Apr.l declared perfect
l>y the liidges at
tmnaader Vranoee B. Borne la
la Mlebtrea. to atteeted by tbo faet
the World'* Pair,
that the Miehlfaa OresaUoa eocieiy
and alone marked
the mty Opera Boaee
with lOOpuinU of
laenrporeted ui i»w. bae now paid ep
Veatcrday waa a fala day fortte-L.
dOBlOB LTOBtfK
, perfection. The
ail iia ledebtodaeat aad declared a div- O. T. M. orfpniiaUoaa' la ihto city.
wav to obtain the
Idand of foer per eeot to atoekb
8Lzty eandidatea were tnitlaied fiilo Decided That Foot Bali Should not he grratestamount of
Siaconrand
benefit for (he lea«t amount of money li
ytm. Jarvia, a brakewM oe a north- TraverM Bay Ulve. Ko. tl. and Aman­
^
your'druggiM deliver yon a
toead fright, waa ma over at aid- da aive. No. :.J2. wa* made etronger
TheJnnioe Lyceum held Vrakular doma botUetatatUue.
•Irbt Teeaday la the niat yarda. Be by fifty ftve new member*.
meeting after aehool ymterday,^'r- ^^M.,_^^_^^_^__
Be WM badly eat np but waa Ukea to
There are twcnlyfoor yet lo reoelve
The<ioe«tioo. "Kmolved^bat
•eclBaw where he to etilt alive.
H» 1 initiation which will toko plaoe at the foot-ball should be dikoonraged^^ vepa
foot waa eaaght In a fro* while bo wa* ■ neat regular aeaklon of each hive,
decided In the negative by a mijirlty
•witching.
A npioB meeting of both blvee waa of the member* of the soviety. In the
Coal baa bten dtoeovered on a farm bold in the City Opera Boom and the absence of the judge* previouily
■ear Alger and an altempl will U large claaaee were initiated together. seleeted.
performed by the Amane to ratae eapitol to develop it.
AfUrmatlve *paakers were Bogene
d%o old iron worka at Bead City, da Hlvepfteer* and the guard* from! Hargrave* and Marie Bokos, whllej
which have been Idle for eome Ume tb* Traverae B*y Hive, under tbr di­ Jessi Johnston'APd 'Iraee Slight de-!
bnve been eold to a haginaw oompMy. rection of Ureal Lady Commander Mrs. fended the negative. The other parU
Md will be pnt In operation Immedi- Prance* B. Borna of 8k Lonto.
of th* program were aa follow*:
The ball was prettily trimmed for
ntely, giving employment to a large
Vocal solo-JoMpblne Hormutb.
the oeeaalon. The great ladv com­
namber of men.
Declamation. "The volnaleer Organ-1
AtOiwnd Baphtothebodyof an on- mander and twodepntle* were preeent- tot*--Nita Bngbse.
ed
with
beanllfol
booqueU
of
caroaknown man waa foand la bed at the
awlm"—Sadie
AMtrwft.
Howl Cbdillac Taaeday morning. tlon* and roam from the blvee.
Uelehel.
The work i-omm'Aoed at 1 o'clock
Nothing ia known aboot him. not even |
S. TinBiographical eeeay,
hie name Awing known to the lendlord. p. m. and it waa aftOr T p m. before gree"—Uoae Tompkin*. \
lie came to the hotel a week ago. bat the meeUng adjourned. Visiting memOriginal story. "A Oh^t Blory.**
did not raptor.
Be eald be came ben were present from
written by LuluCalklos.
oy Marie
^
: We have token apeeial care in get(romBoaton looking for work.
He Kalkaska. Kingsley and Urawn.
originally intended to give a
oration. ••The Kastem .^oeeilon"-’ l'»ff «-ur boy's and youth'* shoes made
went oot a great deal, Apparently
the very beet .,n.lily of ieelher.
aeeklag employment. .A package of grand baminet'afier the iniuatory eer- Charles Novak.
lies but this plan
Wegnaranteeever, pair we sell. If
atryehnine waa found ta bis room, and
Tiaodsolo—Kaib.-y» I'^arrant.
they should not wear good It mean, a
Itia evident that he took the potoon na there to DO hail in the city large
Critic. Mr. Cobb.
new pair to you without eatra charge.
with enicidal latonk Be waa about .0 enough to aeommodate the crowd that
Bach h've will lender
yearn old. of alender balld, and wore a wonld attend.
Bobbed tn* Ura>*.
and banquet to their
•Stoi'kNo. 317 ................................... r-c
A ntartling Incident of which
•A—
member* in their resoocllve halls s
stock No. ........................................
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TbrKeed City people have been go­
John Olivrr^of Phiiadripbla. wM
Stock No. .'ilf................... . . . .
si..‘i
ing aronnd with lantern* when they Urns ne>t week.
The Claes work for Amends Hive aobject. to narrated by him a* follows;
hare had louaalon to be onion the
"I we* in B 1111.1st dreadful condition, titock So i.h
was
performed
by
Deputy
Mrs.
Jean­
otreots at night, aa the rmull of a fight
My akin w aa almr>Kt yellow , eye* sunk-,,i.
■ between the city connoll and the com- ette I’eck of lAke City, and ttopiily
1. Uuh'gtos. stamped .
Mr*. CallieTb.ekerof this citv per­ ^. tongue coaiml. psin jt-oniinnslly in
paay which does the dweei lighting.
,
.
formed siatlar duties for Traverse B*y back and Kides, no appetite—gradually, ,,
growing V
At VlekebnrgB Uraud Bspld* A InHive.
physician*
giren nil- op. FoftUWna aoutb iwnnd padseager train
,1s on I'vorv I'ox of I'hioii Made ('ipars—Insist on cijyars
oatelv. a friend adrised trying
. . Klee
ilecTamday aftornoon struck a boy named
Bitb
.Urrs.'and b-my
my great joy and |, You win *i»*e money If you buy yonr IhkkIc tinder thi> liibvl ami y«iu will Ik- sure of >;ood value
Henry Hmlih. oreakiog bto arm and
surprise, the first bottle
:tle inadcadecii
made a decided ;
'and a piirv smoke.
improrement. 1 continued their
eattiag a bole in hi* head. It I* aupks. and a
poaed be cangbt on the train and wa* Blaborale Program and 8upperU.be
1 know they save
injnred In jumping off
rob
ibbed the grave *
Given Under Auspices of 8t
ild fal
No
try them Only
At Ml. Clement the hot wator.bcater
Frsnels uhnrcb.
So centi. por bottle at S R. tVait'* and
in one of the Rapid Kail way cam esThe 81. I'etrick't dsy enurtaieioent J, (», Johnson'K Drug Stores.
plodwl Monday aflernoan with lerriHc
lo be given tomorrow evening in the
foree, tearing the end of the car out
City < >,iera Honse under the suspicrt of
and throwing part* of . the apparatus
St. Krsnei* church. wHi be a perlicu
through the roof of the car
If Ml. Iliw ir. titi- d!ii.'.- f. :.'••( ii 'l-'ti' ridil «|»'I )>r..m|iiiy
U'-|>»irin<
which the car waa atonding at the lime larlT Doe erenl.
.............. lU,.-Tt.i niii;,-t.f nlUhi.f^ ('all i.i »ml
,„y D,‘W
The program will cou.isl of the best
The ecplOBion waa canaed by a fire be­
talent which the city afford*, makine
ing, made in the heator without water
the entertainment alone worth the
in the pipes.
price of adiniMiun lirsidrs this, how
Bay City to iu a alate of .eieltemeut ercr. the Indies of the chun-h wll.
on account of the discovery of rock sail serves suuip’uiair supper, before and '
on the premises of the :foitli American eflcr llic perfi.rminvc. fur ■vhleh they !
Cbemli'Bi'ximpany. The drill enlerro are roskinp gres' ji-i-f araliuii*. Th. 1
the rock et a drpib of
f«-rt and at piiee of adru s-l-ii wi.| be . bu', H . .-ut> '
noon Tuesday viiiercd tne ruck a dis- , and thii wll! iru'iide .Mi'll the s.ipp.-r
UTOot.in. t.,1. TK.
..1
Ti..l..lio....tp ■
discovery spread like wihl fir.
gram w ill be give.

*iVvese
ents T«vve6en\
tVvt
\eaO\Tvq t\^Ves
\n

BIG LO.r I. EVEHI.

£>9id\es

CoVVavs.l

lltvOi
me tsTT^ tVvem
vn \a»o
qvtaVvVves—

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.B0Y« SHOES.

The Blue Label Like This!

Other goods other prices.

ST. PITHICK S BIT.

A. S. Fryman,

135 Front St.

Praclicil Shoe Han

WE ARE

*tOp?.e,l

TT'T

j

will DOW be snnk by clltlcreni
faclurcrs.
John Xenanaskl of Manistee, aged IV.
has been sentenced to sia years at bard
labor in Ionia prison for eaeault
ato-year-old girl last Handay.
At Kalamaaoo tbs raoraa of the High
school wees closed Toeaday on aeeuant
of the mnessofonc of the sudento.
which developed Into dlptberto
The
bsaltboftleenelAlmther* to no cans*
for alarm. They also claim to have
theamsllpoa in that city onder com.
ptotcenotroL “hiere to oae fnUy-develoyed caae in that city, one in the
oonntry near town, while t*ro more in
town have ayatptoma of the dtoeaee
.aad are qoarsnltned. Hereral famlliee
e quaranUned aod the offielels say
thsrs to no danger of a gODorsl spread
of the disease.
Bbllip htompe. a yonng osan in yean
old. *ras pickod npat Toledo by a
pnllneman and was fonnd to have a
taUpoa
waadering abont tb* stCMts looking
tor work and bad a high fever.
He
hoe been placed in tb* pest bouse.
Tbem be stated that he bad arrived
early Tnetday morning fiom Detrait
where be bad spent Uree day* looking
for a job
When qnsettoaed by tbe
beallh officer, be statad BSt he had
baea feeling badly for a week bet did
■at know what ww the putter with
him. He aald he noUced the rub tbe
to. p.id m. I

GUI .. ,.r„L
Olrj-.(nnt I'cggy snoD'd t'ncle Dan
—U CboeU and C. Ijuduan.
Irtoh Chararter Skeieh-Harry MeIrish wlland song—Kd. imncr.
Irish song* and dar.cea—W. I>. C.
• icrtulneand James O'Neil.
irtoh cbaracler* with songs- Dnff
McDonald ond lieorge V. Joyce.
The Uevel of tbe Naiads—Kittle
Needham. Hrarl .Emory.- Hattie Martineao. Agnes bnmvan.Annle Oampeau I
Clara ffeoor. Hose Dyer.
Woreburgand Nettie Honu/el.
helection—Boy*' Hand.
Everybody is cordially invited ti
Und aad have a good time.
AT-THB8

FHTKBM.

KlM Fannie Wllbsim aod Harry Av•ry United In Karrlsg*.
oaeof tbe pmiieet wedkllagsof tbe
seemn wa* solemnited yesteriay at the
home of John M'illirlm.tbe oonirartlng
parUes being nto dangber. MUs Fannie
Wllhelto, and Mr.-RarTev Avery of
New Orleans, La. The residence was
beanUfuUy dacoratod for tbe oeeaalon
with fern*, earnatloos and potted
plants. Tbe caemony. which was eondneted by Bo*7d. Cocblln. took phtee
at high DaonAnd a beautifol featnre
«ras tbe cbarLlng tinging by Mi»* Jo-{
wfa Wllhel^ of- OfromtoeMa*’ which
by tbe Hendelstobn wed-

I H.„„ iM
ikTc-.
■.bdil.lul. I.I.
.mrf b, lb. trid.'. br«U..r....l,ir,,
Thor* have been nu train* on the Kcae. and Tom WlibeliB, and litUe
balntfa. hocth 8boreA AUantle B. B. Nellte Wilhelm, who earrtdd the ring
pUlow. Uortag tbe oerw
alao* last Baurday. ThaiaUsaraoo*-

Hut

:tll Front .Street

- Is Your Bicycle
In Need of Repairs'.^

\iKs; li. 1-:. c.inBS

NOT SUPERSTITIOUS

reeled toward the test, well for aevrra.
IM. N.-(lTr serl Minnie « st
mODlbs.and while ihetssll welt drill | r.<jt
era have all inalutalned that the ro. kj -(>„„, Its.-k to
’ Mrs. .
wL.nld be slrnck there *eas a feeling i pjollkJay
thotihey were ratouken. Tuesday sj JtociiatW.n--What the llute
dtocr^rury rrmiwe* a ' doubt U will (.. j4rUia Keefe.

Tclepluiire Hl'2

«!*• hflicviv in sijirts .wlj.-n tlu.-y are

so coitv'mL'injv as lliose w(ii.di iM>int to the
iiifrt-a.'injf tlcmancl for our "HEST" flour.

HANNAH & LAY GO.

Auction Sale!

D.ATE: Thursday, March 16. a! 2 p. m.

The Entire
Stock of the Fair
Will be sold at Auctiou to thehigheat
bidder, and everything must be eold
out in 10 days
THIS STOCK CONSISTS OF

Spring Styles
of Hats....
— Soft or Stiff.
Our new and most complete spring
line now in—'We have doubled our previ­
ous space for bat department and bought
spring stock accordingly.
Call early.

Hamilton ClottiingCo.

Dry Goods, Dress Goods, White
Goods, Laoe Curtains, Ladies
and Children’s Underwear and
Hosiery, Cloaks, Cajjes, Gent’s
Boys’ and Children’s Clothing,
Gent’s Furnishing Goods, Col­
lars, Cuffs, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoes.
<
Bemember. People, this Auction Sale is a chance of a
life-time to buy good. Staple Merchandlee at Anotion. IS
will also pay merchants to attend this sale. Bemember this
entire stock mnst be sold in 10 daya Kemember tbe plaoe.

THE FAIR.

244 Front Street,
BroMh Block,
Sale oommenoes every .afternoon at 2:00 p.'m. andat
700 n. m. abarp. .
OILBBBT LEWIS, Auctioneer.
£ ale. Thursday. March 16.
of Detroit, Mich.
N B.—Tbe store Plztur*. Sbrlvee, Conntor*. Mirror*. Desk, r^.. forealo.

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T9X MO&SIHO KXOOBD, THUKSDAY. ICABCB 16,1886
WATEB. OOMtAUlMAtlOM.

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#. D-msm*4 t7 Bob. B. D. OftapMI.
fiinroB <>» TM*
Iftheeol•

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Impompt qawttoB) Futwr
WMcr sni^lr pad Mirwice c6tiUB>fa»
E**«rw>preJ«u,il«.w»y ^41,. j tJoB. I wUl be pl««ed to b.*e yo« t.tf
e (or Ue (ollowlsr
tbroffb !’•« 7»rd*o( fruien____ _
ortb —Voo are (|alt«
^•ilj toward tbc Miofrboaod train unr;
IfM MOUttiB. Wyo , wh.eh bu been 1 '’•Cht In «rb»t yoo bnre to —f ebon
«tnUed three voeke
I
eonree of (alore wnur *ep
lor !»,«».’>; 'Kill' _>■»« »I cOO.alll»I
^
,
I th* report of Mr ReftcrUjeltberoo-■ttb^l.,«..UIort,eoU..rtrt.
^ ,e,rt„.o.U,
?!!..!'l— •■■‘’ra.
.ol..or.ble OOP.
tabemoJ iel» ne nn epUrmte. nt fterlin.
; diUone for Went B.y,
M»7 rt ?7. ooder iky patnmnfe ot tke
I betne ooneidar'
the MniUry c
edaa.baktofor the futore waterenpTbeeOBdIUon ot tke pope'* kMitb ply. Plrat. the water from We.t lliy
' IneooipletoljMtlefnelory. There U no enbmlued to the teet wm take'^ from
tandntiM for the report pabilibod
kydranto of the.preerat morka. or from
• ■owe ncener in London, that the water la the rl^ariy of darter', doqbpontiff haeeaffered (loin a rosenal of Ut it be
' dnlnUnfepeUa.
of erater ukaa from kydraou. with
At tfkanckai tbc Chineee report tkat ] l>o«>Wy «»* eaoeptlon. erne taken
«raat lirlUlB bae eei*ed ike Mla-Teo | "»'«“
"o^b wind waa Wowlnf
Makda.oppa.lle Fort Ariknr. in ^e!***" “"*•
'
cMt of Fe-Cbi U, and north of Tenj- I
farmer, (tbto to not em*
w-Pn. in tke nortbwmt portion *of,' bodied in wid report!, that the InUke
pipe at that time hM met with
4M SbM-Tanfr paainula.
videot apd wai in eondition to take
AtMlnarapcIto. It to reported tb.t
within one hundred feet from
ake Loeeb Uke lodiaa.
s ready for,
^
^
^ wa» re-l.td
mkyeortofderlllry. They bare been
hundred feet Into the
knldloK wmnrila two or three tlmea a | bay 1
wa^. and tbc proeecd:oirt are kept
CerUioly a teat made at ihit time
wary i^nlet The lodiana' frierance to and under these oondiilunt for tbc pnwkneed on a fear that afur proepretire p-»c of eomparlion for fotnre water
pine aateiarc over Ike) will aiill beta sopply to say the least waa taken nndebt, aomethinr tbat bas Wn known drrrery uafarorabie condiilona m> far j
to happen before The loHiana cou'd a* Wwt Hay to coneerned. It waa eqolv-1
wiuatcr I ;>••» flpblloK mmi. nearly al! .lent tu takieg watnr (ron. the presi-ri I
.1.:
krmrd. The p<.'<vminent baa lately or- works at . depth it u.
dcred tbe WuoompaDlcaoftbe Sereotfa
. while. —trt
water uiw
Uated Iron.
from K..I
Kiat B.
Hayv I
lafantry awpy from Fort Snelllor. aed
(rots a oepth uf
j’>. r.ri and
the atale now taai. noaranal Ic military
My those who undersUed that
forer except newly orpaolird militia
Al Ljodun It waa anaoenced at tba lamination from aetorrage seldom
linba below thirty feet, it will be readkaadijuartein of the M^raiioa Army
Taeaday that Lrneral Booth baa Hart. ly admitted to be aenaailonal—a aeare
«d from Adelaide, donlb Auatralla. tor
?(ew/eatand. in order to undertake a
emmpaicn there.
Ueaeral Cvrbin baa been makiorarranremeau (or the dead aoldtora in
Cabaaod Forto tCiso. with a view of
proeldinf for their Interment at anck
plaaea aa the relaUrea and friends of
. deoeaaed may dealre.i Many appllcattona bare already be>n raceired aakrbr tkat the reaalni be sent to the
former bomm of the soldier. «nd all
tbeMreqiiaaU will be oomplicd with.
The departmeat desirea to know In
^«neh insunoe where the friend, of the
*dMd eoldler deaire bto remain, to ba
neat- The name af the soldier and tke
kddreM to which it to to be eent are
cabled U> tbc oommandtof officers In
Cuba or Forte Bioo as soon ai reecired
Md the eauket to marked acoordintiyAs aooB a* tbe RomaDla arrlres ia New
York, which, howerer. to aot eapeeted
fora taootb, each easket will be for­
warded inunodtotely to the plaee deal(ka^ wUhoetdlSeoltyoroonfuaion.

i>«aa C (Silieaple of Blckarllle. Ohio,
•jrrleed in tbe city yaaterday fora few
weeks'rtott with bto nnelaa, E O.. N.
ft and f A. 8Ut>ng.
Mr. T. GdllnaofBaadLake. ia rtoil.
lag bw dnugbtnr. Mrs.' King of East
Front alreet.
.Mtoa Marion Backer la rwy artk with
planriey.
Mlwaa 8uale Walkar' and Mlanla
Mwaball of old Mtoaion apnntTnwday
In tke citv shopping and risiUng
frianda
rrankHtoneofOld Miwlna waa In
«bP«Hty yr*lerday.
Mra Jaannattn Faek of LakaOty.
who kaa baan la tbto city (or tka past
atome wreka doing elaaa work for
Amanda Hire, will leave tbto mornlog
for Big Bapids.
liWi of Xwctcrn.
ter iMIccv

For tbe pnroose of oomparing the
•t made from several samples. I'Ki.uuO
parts to used aa a baato.
In order to fla In your mlnda the difarenoeai reported between tbe purity
sf tbe watara ot tt rsi and Baal Bays.
wish to lllnatrate. to wit: buppoae
that Traverse City have a population
of loit.ano sonto who take their water
kupply from West Hay and ale ot the
nhabllsDUidie from tbc effect of ImpnrlUea eonUinad in the water.
And that Bast Travetne City oonlaioa
like nomber of people who Uke tl^plr
watnraupply from East Hay and four
and aeven-teniba of another die bvuaing the East Bay water.
Tb» It to evident that the difference
n the death roll from the nae of water
wonid be one and three tenths of one
person in every loo.iKXi inhabiunuln
avor of Baal Bay water.
Again, if I had Sioo.uou in money and
sis dollara of that waa bad money and
had •100.000 dollars and (our dol­
ors and seventy cantd was bad money,
yon will have one dollar and thirty
eenu of good money more than 1 would
have. Now you wooid not call me aneb
fellow after the oomearison.
would yon?
My Arm belief la that not a single
death baa oeenrrad la tbto dvy that
ean be traeed aa a canae ot saeh death
to tbe nae of water from the preaent
avaier aupnly as token from tbe Weet
Bay during the past sevanMn yaara.
Aa Fatrick Benry oaoe said. “1 know
ot no way of lodging tbe fnlnre but by
" 80. I any. we do not want
two or three bandred tbonaand dollars for a aapply of water from
Baat Bay when laaa than bait the aam
will famtob Jnat aa good water for
itle purpoaca and a far better sup­
ply (or Are protoetlon.
Taapayers. talk tbto matter up. In­
form yourwivea. ventilate tbto moat
iportoot matter, and do not lose
sight of laveatigatlng tbe qneatloa of
oontomioaUng the bay water by sewer-

clam Show thamsklreeakiM. Duff MeDaonM to also a bic abow when ooeaakm demanda and this will be the
chance of bw Ifeto mak* a bit. The
other membara of tba east are great In
(heir particBlar parts and the prodng;
'.ton will be tbe beat of tbe kind erer
>atosbare. The grand military eiraragaorx which eonaUtotea the firat
an will be a splendid part of the,'
bow and the speclaiclea will be new
rtnd fU 'l ol humor. Tbli chance to witnew something entirely new and novel
should not be mtoaod.

Special Legging Sale!

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Oirouit Oourt Juiore.
Ifber'.ff dlmpaon. .lattice* John Verly
nnd U. W. UurUa and County Clerk W.
A. Newton drew twentr-four jnrora
for tbe April term of Circuit oourt yeaterday as follows;
Acme—Beejamin Carson.
Beat Bar-LontoA<otley.
Blair—Barray 8. Monroe.
Fife Lake -Alee Hct>ooaId.
Oarfleld—Chaa. A. Emeraoa.
Urant-lMvid 8. dark.
Urean Lake—John AndersoaT \
Long Lkke—nddtoon Uray, MeOT
Klngdon.
H
MayBeld-Eoglebert Betrig. CbVtw
Fanla
l*aradiae—Moaea Buwermao. A. B8tioaon.
Ku.rt.1,
A. Marabaii.
:^yrse

.

Bicycle Leggings RDd Golf Hose
Former Prices 75c, SI.00 and $1.50.

Choice Of Any Pair—Fifly Cents!
FRANK FRIEDRICH,
118 Front St.

The Old Eeliable

’~r; • ^mrnnmvmmrm • Sayi
Ever Uuri^ed Ootl

E«er|i smoker knows a;

•C^‘SE.lkSE!lSS£™s.i;t;
-^n-j^wto-up*.. ajd-^-SfSii

if rto yon know
the valor- of

good Cigar by smoking it 3

XaSrS'CTRA.CJOB].

I REEDGin SANtTABIUI

Third ward-K. li. bcofiold.
Fourth war.1 -H-.-nJamiu TbiHoy.
F.ftli ward-4kB»rg«4^i-key.

REED CITtp WItCHICAN.

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DR. SAWYER

..D^SL
All Tork of-aifbcBt paMlblr yTsd*. nm
Srtrll s »pl-rlsjlr

: Ire conceded to be the 3

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Clear Pork per hbl. new.............
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Hannah. Lsr A 0«. Blech.

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Said by all dealers.
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Via,

Wanted
Bicycles

13 wui>
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Al oner, to enamel, clean, repel'
list rr- I
ii;n «rtc,e..M.T-ppt-<.'.' iandput In proper shape. Thto to lbTVbIbv roBDfVi atearrwBB’B Mill ivirr dally.
11 a(rr.'>. I'hiis-lriph.*.;only ptscc io tbc City where vou car x«vpi SBadar..w and frow H<«<>r ob Plotia
Llr-r Braurb.
' .ivourci
••
• . ..
•noc atBiioa*
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Band poltohcd, ttriped and deoorTbI* Cuaipaair itari^r. tbr rrt<llre» el
at«d. AH work properly and prompt rbBBcibu the uwr e> abt.Tr u-oIbb at their
I ly done. Hatlafaction guarahleed. at

Great Man Only Aohtave Buccesa

Land For Sale! I-

u.iirt“rX".':Siaii2i rtT..Er‘

lederle's New Shop,
lie Union slnut

wnien i wm aeu. w
■ontlrot Traverae City: good
i
bulldineu
and plenty of water. 4<
northweal of city, mi acres of
< timber land
ultimate auceras to be reached to lost in miles sooth of city. 40 _acres
about
.j al
sight of In tke attondant glare of BDC 7 miles
«'
dies northwest of city,
and 1 bavr : wniirebarg Bteak.
ceeafni termination to neratotenl en
-ral piecra io Wenford county. If 1
deavor.
Ur. Oitman. aUndIng as
want to buy some land I can eell it!
eminently the peer of me
BPpraaehed in bto seemingly min
rom anvfac
'ToBeltohlr laillra
loua power by a very few. only reached
BBBMAN BYMAN.
hto high and enviable poeition aftor
S4DWai
years of tjattUng wiik that moat Invidlona foe to human kind, diaraae. iiatnas', waa bto knowledge, through
a of aetnal ezperienee In the treat-

John K. Santo.
General lesuraice.

1

Chicago... -.1—
West Michigan.
Uoiaedeora.

Traverse Cttr. HM

ouS C'nllrw'ii. 1 vast

rUsMe...........
L* Oilmeo

Old Bicycles
Made Like New.

It yon want your oM wheel to look as good as new bring it U> H E. Oibba.
by 'Fbone ....................................................
No. lai, and 1 will call and gel your wheel.
" BW up ...........
rheel.
A Co., Mnakecon. M-ch . through the or call
air, enamel and deoorate it up-toAate. for a little expeni
leltoUoa of friends and paUenu. baa i
. J*'
eollelu
31S t'nioo St . oppoeUeC. A W M de|
dded to al'owauffaremacUanoe lo|“”“®*
eonaiill with him peraenvi'y by vlatUng
bim at Traverse Oily. Thursday. March
IS. In the private parlor of the WblUog
Hotel, from'< a. m to a p m One day
_
oBiy.
Ow.nttotk>a bto aad strictly
eoDAdenUal

**To my mind water to not euatomiaatod by sewerage balow Sft feet from
tba anrfaee, and tke aan nsd wind* nre
eonatontly purifying tke aarfaee of all
large bodiaa of waur
proof we
ojKW.Chrts.
And no dead Aab Atotlng upon tboae
Biker, (lea
Lerfeeer. Prwak
bays, they Hv*. multiply aad grow fall
I. ibrt. 1... purt „»rt. Kri.... ™
Ertu™p
mad by

~
- •
lust rropenad
Frank
Fn • C
Cook.
Everything np to date.
We are bujinf in larg:c quantities
All mnlla cloaa M mlautaa taafora daH n CAuraaiJ.
iMkBrn:
parwfe.
You can gel aloe frank uaadlea at
GnowB ft. Earr.
Jaekaoa'a. one door naat of poatoBoe.
Pwtmaatar.
■On the Snwaaan Elver.”E D. Htolr'a
MtO-St
Wg productloD. and wbleb to of ui
j Wn also bava foe aale land* for gcod farms.
BUaiNtiM CAHD8.
aeeuTTd for
ally gwkd merit, baa '
A Tboutnkd Toagnea
tba latter
e night's 4
Cua'd not eapraaa the rapture of
part
Af
this
moBib.
by
Maaagur
HteinAnnie B 8pnager. oMIti Howard '
aaeeMvorMelBC. niPvaatai.
berg, who ooBceded terma more liberal
Fbiladeipbia. Fa . wkeaakafonad t
L. Kia^a New Utoeovary for Oooanmp- Utantocnatomarylnord^to ,r« tbto DVrJ5ari‘5*r‘^;;ar/inS
t on had oomplctcly e«md kar of tkat
attiaeUoe.
Lovanof
taAaad
^
harking BDogb that for many yanra bad
.twill welcome gUdly a dramatic
---------nukhc titn a burden All other ramadlca
aid doctors eonld give bar no kelp, but orgaoiaatloa that to kaowB to be Arat
nne says of tbto Boyal Cnrn—'it a
elan*, aad t^ to traa of the company
rwBoetd the pain in my cheat and I
ptaanallag/oa tba Sewanee Elver.’'
Bjw sleep soundly. dSmathlBg I
Bcarcviy reanember doing before 1 (at I Tbe eaaot'date wUI be annonaoed with­ •a. eBc* l«. rcoldvaca IM__
l<he eonndtDg its ptalara tbrougbont in a few 4aya.
tlnlverae" HowiU aeery one who
Tbe mdaatrel pnrformanne to be glv.
ra In aulnberg's Grand on tbe evening
Trial bottieafrea of tbe Plat will ba enjoyed by a crowdwithout a doubt, if tbe heavy ie.MBraamU.O».Btoeh.______________
■vary bottle inaraBtaad.
advaaeaaala to any indication. The
show wUl eoBtoic Ann laaturea and eueeUenl spaelalttoa Barry NoOuy ana
1.1. acOTT. Tawrlaary aarwaa Orad^
tfo to tba guaan City Esataaran,
nnad by Frank 0. Cook. tbaJiTeabrotbaiaareanold mlaatrel
aad Mot wvUtoB. aparlol also-'Been and are eapabU ot giving a Arat
ptodatn.

H. £. GIBBS, Proprietor

iUwiuou.j a

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O P. CARVER. Ageo-

HAVE YOU
LOGS TO SELL?

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Lt nroad

— .TraTBroaOlty

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Qroad m»eld*. If lab.

Grud Ripidi t Id dim R. R
mralood d«»»nttvettr>'>-TBitravaM
OUT. la afeal rrb v. ims.
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and pay highest prices.

£-.rsT!'-ui==__
>°;aii8iMxiBafB8 aaaaaaaii
edsaea- a«e aawww

Wt also sell Soand Hemlock Limber, Maple Floerieg
aad Skort Maple Wood.

8.

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G'S552iKSSiSK’’J!Sf.:'.

TRAVERSE CITY LUMBER CO.

WE ARE CLOSING OUT
OUR LINE OF FURNITURE

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While It lasts will give you bargains We
shall continue to carry the largest and best
line of

Funeral Goods
Mts-;£.°8sa.arss.rd.sai: In this section
and sell at the lowest
DBC. X.. O.A.im3Xl.

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prices

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