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Daily Palladium, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1896, Benton Harbor, Michigan Y PALLADIUM ELEVENTH YEAR BEXTOX HAIJBQR MICHIGAN FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1896 IKT Come and see JACKSOINIS STORE Water street Keutou HarborMiun lha1 i liiP 11 banting fishingand m hand i will mt be dealer in SuuUiweswro Mich WmcheslwrRepeatiuif a11 sizes each See tne i old anil bew model and other peatinpKWe sewnahaDd atSqoel Winchester Shut handal Repeaunp shot shot it SITand 1 have Doubly Loading Shot uuns bothi SU luKlEUj Barrel lireccnLoader VViiat ioicll Oints in i Vork gjThi tluctiriil volu ml UVLlvy fur MeKicIcy md one Tor liryau A Vork irm is loadinp six summers wiUi hntr LrniUicm bushels of corn for shipment to South AfriejC Wihive alaryeassortmentof Lum eh Sictfle Bremen i vv c IIIVG 1 uncilLUi LUIII ber LathShinleSDodrs SashEx rrST eachMuzzle Loading Shot uns at merjor fjnjstj jn White Xillow All kinds Shells iu nadiii of Planing Milland Shop Work 1 leaderivt ii etntsper see sizfsofcvoUer D 1 bets ami Blanks tatliBJtTaoils shot j iun riflle and blasting powder smoke majcio order less powder for shot and rittis DLAOKhll lotnlmp for rillcs itud shut TRUSTEE essortcJ B Craves northside canal v ick ffun shells loaded with I pr i i V j Q O j I T Q powdtn U A L ll t O U L I O livtis for hunterspasteboard and l huts caaVits parac and fur i hunters powder daks primers snipe turkey atid duck calls KUQ shells loadffi stno knives for hunters p felt wads vate rp root and j f caps all kinds erfnew and sHomlhand Vevolvcrx icv leaders are 32 cuaternre center fire nt hnll pattern and j Insurance olckle5 antCe shot rubbcr handle j Dividends of apolicy in the Mutual ho additions Htieil rjcccor i and Wesson pattern for S3 and Dividends surrendered o thru for a leader pn gurirf Hol r revolvers an ti cases for pay premiums 293205 and rules dark lanterns for coon hunt ers and the traps for trap pera and co in parses boxingplores iron Foot balls all kinds and shots billies and knuckles dog Tehalns collars and After Nnv 1st Iwill pay the best tnarWet price for all kindri of raw furs and remember that I loan money on all kinds of personal property and A large grain sack futl of unre deemed WATCHES of al kinds 62 solid rings guitars and violins at omithird first cost men look over my watch stock uv 1 can alwavs stock you up on barpainb Lavedealt in fishlhjjbunting and sportingpoodsfor 19years in Harbor t buy than any other dealer and I will vr VCHAS A JACKSON Dealer in almost everything1 Profiisloyer TlieMutual pol icy returns all prerniums and besides7 f Compare this with the cost and un certainty bf assessment insurance If preferred policies will be payable in S A BAILEY you have to whittle kinEfltng know its dangerous to us kerosene The insurance companies forbidit o have trouble with ttrd in the handis worth two hithe bush So is a good You cm get one at Agent for Old Pepper vWhiskey and SweetVal ley Wine Home Building aod Loan Association WIU apt toll Von Know They rttrhc b T5 Thy ynur money lo EBIH TlclnltJ 1pu can 1 an7 tesJ perteotij 0 PB CTWARNER Secy lExperienced Taxidermist and moaawd true CUTSHAW nror Moaroo Amount of claim paid S942SpO 396125 i xrresidetoLUurrisuntalked to the Farmers at A synopsis of his romnrles given in our ws columns Miss Frances AVillard prepared a statement iajvvbieh she reviews the proprysis oC womau in all parts of the Our oews columns contain un inures tingsynopsis of her investiga tions Governor Rich led the vuctincy in the oilicu ofeom depart ment occasion eil by the reccn nationof Sherwood after u vice ofnearly eight years liy appoint injr General D is Amger of Charlotte to thiit position i rr tiv Bismarck N D Nuv ui AUroiV oE SISOOCO mlSTL niiditi 1S04 hired n man ivife Mimtlan X D at The povenorisrut likely to iift belifilf JjKMt lit Prlruiii ColunibUN Xovi Luther ffdcriil prisonciTrom died in tht state of dropsy Iis Collector who isn njlutisxorirtsidcnt Cleveland fd i of the Georgia At oni time DontiUKilling In Vork New York rlks at to Iliiurt kilUtl William Sniitli imni who workeil ibotic the place ifttrunpniptingr lo kill Htnry AViisipcojLthnjiiii rl blew out his Qun a Fbotffun Victims OT nollrr lit pi it Inn Lexiugton Ky Uoiler in the siiwmill of Krxleriek ferry eonniy at noonMonday Jle the inilllnmrlK thc nnd tlericliHtikor were lilkl itncl mine I 1 Y Pt Hit P11 I strittva ahouW avoidrI ai pu H M V 1 1 V tijU MMUt EirU luLkoul intpl nt 1 lijjilJ i lliVlilbU J civil Tlu anj EarPresident Address a tiie Congress atIndianapolis TAT A A TOA T L y A i s A I h 1 OAJLE HEJSHEMD WiTH GREATIXTEREST vt lnlur nt ItootiTKtor DtiUtr fur uti iiitoiuu Ttti IndiiuiaiJOlis luU 13 The seKsion oftbe Parmers1 jluj jjnpaitanf pm wasati addresiS by Ueu Harrison utlitir waathe udoptiou of ft nicniofial to liongross Harriaon way in u luippy mbodand he arose to pirrt tn telrynipll greetings to I litscsisfoii uf the council of the Fiimurs in AVunL IHt ImolUti TILX A resohitioi for the enact ment ofa incotrie US Inw Fuilmgto procure tliiis at Hands ot tlio next is the dc olurtid iutcntion of nil r nd for fluch a iiix incorporatedititu the jilat lornv of OIH of thegTcUpolitJca pur if thii1 foilm tlint ittort miide to selupJipewpoliliciilparly to the in favor oftlic a partlculac JKsiit of nuJ de IIR from hifcli motives tlit nil montty should be issued bvthenntionnl govern men t ph mo ussocintion only good re sult Bin we shouldnot be lnur purposes TthinhTmayxny that If we were iibsbluttlyflclHnh n our purpoos ard fhourfM only or ourownisroot the food of thtcas8 and of rhiIndividual ofthf ti should th mod I hlKhly po udniHllnjr ta our diIlbf thotiirlUthat not posslblif to bVhkhty prosptftJiiH while Real Estate vlnsurancer Gohveyancing v Houses Rented executd DwcUlncs Jftfw U roonis bath alee to for ALso L1 choice lOly an Terrliorlal St Five acre firm JruiLed Kood Jlouse and bare LT WRTISfplK gooin 4 Block The CAPITAL S50000 SURPLUS Banking in branches to all buslnewi entrusted ttTUJiandaeciirBOhoicfl InTcstments tor tbosc JeslrlnK same Letters of Credit and V Passage Tickets forTravelcrs Interest on Time Deposits nlny Morton CM Edtct S A Bftilc Mlltin FARMERS INI MERCHANTS Benton Harbor Michigan CAPITAL STOCK V SURPLUS Joiin rtobfnflOn R M B wlnulow AsHt t H ShfrvOod Joba KoblnsOD A PlinmnT Edward Branl B Hipp W P Bobbins S M JOnQn Cbiw Foster SAYINGS DEPARTMENT Connected with this Bank Intorertpuld on TAKE IT TAKE TT Palladium For all the News piLrtmcnt has idled on the inmkluie to AYeO pprte ior mi rapacity to aJil heiivv war nuilf rtllU The jiifornmtJOll dunuuidcii the niOfft is looked upon iis an Cincinnati bv carringt miinufacturcrsof Ohio Indiana anl hdda eonfertticc Thursday iifternoun sit the Grand hotel and idapt rd njtolutions protect ing the salt of to concern by supply men Jit ii larpc discount Avliile the solvent firms are compelled topay 300 per cent otlKr WIU St Johns X F Suv 13rThe intvpec The VounOUnd consibuliiry gone to Montreul with a wurrjint for thf iirrest af Ciiipt Delislc of steamer Tilcr Vreh sauk the schooner Nljipjrii on Friday ltut pr 13 lives LouiBvillc Ky JSov Ury JlnnhOtiV who al tuintd accountdfii plunge u iinnounfs hns collectfl her het and ready to npply her win jnrngto iJesernng charity Xew York Nov was lumuitnced on the produce exchuns11 tliat II McCord fc jug1 500000 bushelsidl corn for Sautb It wnK raitl thn t would form part or cargoes of r 1 Will Lima O 7sov raillfi employing 350 men vill opcrtiotJK Deccmbtr I The millspny out over SinOUOn month nixJhnve been down for several To Curf n Col In Outi DnJ Take Brotro Quinioe Tablets All ihe moaeyillt fails to curezte th For a clean shave try Pri barber No Rim street Simi years experience Help a erippled citizen To restore gray hair to its natural color as in yootbT causeH to grow iibiindant there is no bet ter preparation newer Ho KorKJorldn The C C C St L Ky Ei Four I have their tourist tickete on sale now i d to return nnlil April 30 will j be glad to explain fully our coni necttons and time and remember that are the only direct line frora this rt of the country YorTlorida L G Apent iiia iiltlCi Iti all our otiV hlfjhly rev men tjHkeours in Intur Attlie nriiMnoon session Ihu lns of lhnt of Cenentl WorthyFnrcinaii L MMittHL lit Isihf of tin or Men of of tinivpllJjLr of Th iosrinbly Fnlluw a jjntenat Irntitll into th dlM itl lowed to invloIaUon of lau to with Amerieiins In Hi tnborimarlvetyFkv III uncl tables3iowlri thir larto o Illiteracy fffim larrAxn countr Hor upon tho of AT THE Chicago Bargain Store Leaders of Low and Popular Prices Remnants of Fancy Dress Gocds Fine Plain DressGoods Fancy Black Dress Goods Remnants of Fine Black Henriettas Fine Black Serges In oilier vrords m n brouO stnso wr toKtjfiittr totlvtlitr ljoeit unduly promoudwhehK hiui IMH thwthe Isnl nrd tlilit h liluiita to an thai cttlesiiry dt that uririodjtwtirk iind cnClurjiitf tin1 wit houithttown mid vhiil the rarm Thesv oiiky ruinijli the population tJia u Mr lirmaiiii VJIVM jj0 iower lhin nn Jlcual 11 icvn uml thULLheykllintl nro lurn iarmfurnistius tImsiiLiylsttiilm ofthir Alty As fhfiird the other JsLhc oJlyiuriln country nnd tfn icouiitry Tor u11 for the liiiK If tlure arc abusirs of any klmlln lepl lallun of In the liisslrtestt Oftnu country us ix eye upon thorn uiulliwe ptiscJ thvtlwe prohibitive rrotn lubor which i irurit thecyUiurytcj ilrlkht It is tiidenounci classes and LlU tltlttt ami UM knowit afid to bear upon protect ui i productlvt gents per day V Government ownership railways ano by the report Sym pathetic art condpinnI of no aviSl liybliter tfxjierlcnce nominal nnrmbershlp ol the KniJthl of ufibor xuUtxl to tiy but owlnfi to failure to ktOP up lhc dllfft Una ot tire now but lnWK n tf tfiein and thjn we have 1Cany mun plain to American that Is oy jirodthat hv Ills rljfhts lltrn I undertake tu say to you that tile ptJOple wlHbvoiVhiS aKalliMt may oppress tliouKtifU you UiffiJC there urc and In ihfbiiiiiriiisM condition or In lecla latlon hun them out aJid hold them to Lho public Judgment nnd in your rsllownmn Fur I KLJ to you that of bcxJy of the poGplc ration hut Overwhelmltljr majorityare In favor UHL of llje devoted to tin oonsUliiriv Tion of the reports of stitfiTinxrrrs A in mtTnbership npnrtitl from mtiiht states with n n1 ways of Justice falrnnsx and if you they wlUrc 1 In uU A NOTABLE WEDDING of 11 IlrLUilLiitTAffltr i Lli of tin for ihouirhLiinU for the ciutlviLUon or I rujolctithni Hit anil nisionc lioiues 0 JIliili liurcli nrt fouiKl In I after tfvery mo of thi or that before in the history of country a dtpr nnd morr versitl lovv Lhu siurry rbanner uinl for whiiih It suuuls Ibf i inmrujjiiil nil lirtrss to by icoin Ohip is AjMVnopsrs of Lli mrtiiorinl Tin memorial adoptinl I furmors niitloiiuJ conjrrcjwti Jiota leu tlLut tii recent of liiim Uplmmlo MrLMnJeT us It Sawj er ofiOslikosb of exSunatoi took place in ibe iHfmoin of tinrNevutivi Jicv K 11 Smithof Osh konh pfrfoioihig tlie ceremony The wytr his fatlur n Tor r Ion that ilimost iLOxplf pmttfirtlon Vi i i i i prcKJneis nill rcsirftf i wuerc Mr T oihr liiUwirlM is uikitvr in active part in of the Sawyer 1 In i to take jnjciAuiw which urtjctnmtd in th titrirt in the trmnsitm was t billof ISM It jwkx for thv iiitwAM ior tii violiniat 1 ofLii bill ropOMx3iUa pr by tlon JnJKiS In aid of hufluindry TbtmcmorliU It the of the cOiWeH March 4 Slt7 thv at thtf tim u protective rucmi unti1 tlieSt iiiJ nixi vrar r i term of fourVearsC c in 1STU nnd the mansion id nvimerous of imporuuict ulillin thciiuods of Rational yit ciilered to the bijr TliBrepott of t lie executivi U details tlirpnrz uikon ofLabor populist and democratic 11 nn attempt to unite Lhe two parties for the P tin pro pert MTK Ltul Shortly uf writ rno the poswcSH of he IN jpohllli1011 Will Crlfbmt thf itlrth St Louis wiUhLvc a holiday nl thy ir own March 20 will olTrvcd with denl oiiKtrations UIK rejoieintr by all who wmpTiimc work foru hhni of earritfM and enthuvntsrn wliicti IhanictcruxM the prowth of Lht niovcment Thirt wan dctrnnimd lit a Ktitiiifr uf the iSHcutivi committee of thristinji Tem vna hek1 Thurs dav mominff Nov Enp JIifrh nnfJ MnJJial nnnuigschool Monrn sircct OTJLof the yst public innlivutions in the Cty ffyon want some bargains in dry and nnd boys Milts attend the November sale nt C A F Scherrrs Btore Notice price list in their new advertisement ake the Palladium thoroiJCtl to l w l H KUPIyftctl tion othavr beai to firinVthir from in 1 adviintascx mined Mr the lack or orvnnlzKtlOintmOnc the toll digestion wait appe otH Irf a eravi mijuurt Not tite and health on both Ub 11 five ptr vfui of the worklnK Gold Mudal ttuur All It Is fitsn if that must be done to ScU 1Ll orpnnl7 more rapidly tliuii they hi Inthirpani Hhiill it be We would rtrst that we m mukc cliir to the InborlriK people t it to their interest In wen ttiT iitH Nicholp Mill pure California TjfKPAtTADtCM job departmcpt vou raoney on your printiDK1 word memtiors of of Irfilmr MBSJV unrl HUarfvl wioe at35centsa quart Highest of all in Leavening U S Govt Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Remnants of Outing Flannels Remnants of Prints Muslin atul Ginghams Remnants of Table JLinens Remnants of Towelings Remnants of Laces Ribbons aw Embroideries Remnants of Wool Flannels The above jot of remnants will be sold at onehalftheirTegu lar prices ATTHE CHICAGO 106 East Main St Hotel Benton Block Benton Harbor E W MOORE CO Bargain Leaders all of the tinie See Our Specials For One Day Only SATURDAY NOV 14 TABLE yds 72 inch bleached damask at 49c yd regular price 75c Half bleached damask at l9c a yard Stevens brown all linen crash inches wide 5c a yard 20 inches wide 2 7c a yd Ladies jersey ribbed vests or pants at i9c each Ladies fine all wool vests or pants at 73c each regular price 9Sc color natural or scarlet 50 doz ladies white hemstitched initial handkerchiefs any initial choice 8c each Samein gents goods choice lOc each Big line ladies gents and childrens LJnderweair at prices that defy competition A Few Grocery Items 10 bars Jaxon soap for 25c 3 bars castile soap for 25c God Lace flour at per bbl Self raising buckwheat at lOc pkg Golden Drip syrup at 25c a gallon Robinsons cider vinegar ai 12c a gallon Armours family lard at 6c a pound Armours picnic hams at 6 12C 3 pound If you are trying to save money buy goods of us for cash Take THE PALLADI The Cash Grocery 115 W Main St One door east of Farmers Merchants Bank Fresh Goods Bangety eninp thud of nclinp on a pnice of steak rnakynn like harrySnc io 11 it In it that the meat we vll uttitd ponndrnp figHt ITJCOS lone hero is oil the Wr ha mcr those small fts vteiir ami s niialitr Hall Abbott il of s Ktorc i HIRSCH BROS
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