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   Daily Palladium, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1897, Benton Harbor, Michigan                                DAILY PALLADIUM Advertisers i Get BestjResuIts i BENTON HARBOR MICHIGAN FRIDAY MAT 7 NO 6 porone week only Chicago Bargain Store Laders of Low And Popular Prices n of 5 Per on all black colored and fanc fires jre raging1 in thti t s oL Wisconsin Xhe Turki liave forced the and the end of th ng to Iress Goads and Velvets Comaiencbg Saturday May S and ending May 15 CHICAGO BARGAIN STORE of Low and Popular Prices ain Hotel Benton Block Benton Harbor ENTERPRISE Main street Benton Harbor Mich BARGAIN STORE DRYlGOODS and MILLINERY 1 Thats what people wu about our clothing and yourVcrdict will be just the same as others if you take the trouble to examine the goods The styles are decidedly pop ular comfortable and be coming neat but not gaudy Of course there is no other uay to get the correct idea of the quality of the goods the shade but to come and sec them lou should see and judge of the texture and wear ing qualities by personal inspection and then too you can compare prices Were only too glad to have you do so Ours will bear comparison Never again possibly in the history of the cloth ing trade will prices be as icnvas they are now They must help is going up hence cloth must advance BaythcCOLUMBUX or LITTLE GIANT SUIT for the boys and get a guarantee If they are not as represented ue will pay back your money or give you a new suit Young Che mt of George Bums kgajui j lliatMoUiiru Woodmen ut IMbugue decided m oL the oidtir Hum tor itljuriti while iuitiated but fujleii t WMT IT REVOKED Tho Sonttto Takos Action Clevelands Poreatry Orcior sent a special ri tile abotkicn to lie Le oC the iu Michigan applied to jailroads and the puy nt of by the companjtb The Senate refused to Duke this groilntl tjie Merriuian bill iiicreas the rate AX EFFICIENT DEPARTMENT THE SIDiDHY CIVIL Bill IS PiSSED ft W1TJ1 president Thursday Je u uwmt urrui3 nf thy UttoiU RncifUuv at Avhci luadu nf tho IULSC before lug TLuiLim If Judge Diiv itr n Jij fW him to Meure the nee irj nslrirctlcra Mr Cilhomi ivlll fur vut Tinnpu on Ifls lull liy to lime In Favorol Arbl rKsOocIint of Wash Dress Goods is not surpassed in the city and we aim to teanotch theloweit in price Heres a hummer for Saturdayr ecial Calico Sale Saturday May 8th s from 910 I oclock Our newiine of spring prints will jo a HALF PRICE y department is one of the leading attractions 01 our itorc largest miUimij stock and louest prices in the city THE Hotel Berton Block Goods cheerfully exchanged or money refunded Wnjiijmgton Jlaj senate riitid V an UTaecdlnoct to tho aundrj civil bill the order of Clyvtjlttnd made on February forejtc xeservutiojd gating niires Tlie lii late out mcich cclclcfBcn ot1 3a oidttr Senators Jpttiiiftv Turner Buwllaa ond V vmt by che writer lo the Auditor I Senator Oraj de leaded the course of tho at tho Mate pointing out wtta tke result UI m inquiry authorized by congress mad conducted nsUoaal academy o ecieuce Senator Oormua W it aivll biJ which bud been abandoned ia coalftrcnca Senator Putrigrew declared that the prealdeot had to G during the Capitol Republican State ueulurly gratifyiuc beuaas for n i of tie Stutii s inportaat tlipart raoul the able management ol one o Uerrican larorUe sons Tliu iJitori vceft cortlialy by Uiin Dic whope J them through tho busest otlice io tbc State Tim visitors never before the of tbe present pcncral tax law ITor before its emict tncDt taxes accumulated the State tax ann lust represented but ween am It took sonic lime for tlie laiv to bei oic tlioroojhiy reiiyiJ a tjwe lipoa ilicy co defeat the law as they jmd pretlecuMiurv Hut IL un ct tlie Supfoine Court rendered iiOil mnphaM4ing their foruicT ap of the jaw and for part ruioathv thy Jush pay and tax title1 been uoprcee Icnted It LTI iiBUjjiial ihmjy for Gen ix and his htaft to vpeml twolre to toea hours a day in the olllce while he clerical force taxed to tlie uiuiubt o keep the immense volume of work SUFFER AT A FIRE v nila s to the the depait ise Mercantile Co Reai Estate Insurance Collections Conveyancing Houses Rented S Bail tanas troptfrtv fruit im is 11 rooms atct to CURTIS JEMNGS Room H Jones Sooner Block IDLE Xhe result is that instead of iving1 to boiiow tuoner e iitatc treasurv wall supplifd No part of desirable result is iltic to OCD Dixa iraprovcd njetbodi Jlie accounts btitivctia Sltitc find counties are promptly reccleied and balances adjusted instead of Jieepiag accounts open jnterinfaablr and ty the certain ultimate to the State Jt would be unnatural to suppose that the enforcement of the could be ai eirtiiitive it i iome outcry against itIrom the arruy of dtttinqnents but the bowls of the tax doclgeiss do not to disturb Gen Dix have they yet impressed the at tire with tlie idea that they sliould have eiieE There ace occa sional though rare where through the errors of ocal otficcrs rigid enforcement of the law to itistJce io some ouucr but the law iUelf places a remedy in most castji in the of ral C eto the enilrij sundry civil bill if that Item retained Yielding to Ue i threat the pro vision luul been And o prehidciit that would muke euch a oeotttor Pectlgreu din tie Tho pretldlagofHeer ihf iel ahtwply nud Senator Gray intRr owd tbc Inquiry what author ity does the heautor assert ihnt Uii made such o threat Iitvaj so stotudin Sen fttor Pcttigrcw inawered It v BJ ituown aUo lie tuUd that during last four the pfttsident inetiufyj congTMM by threats Bouator Gray remarked thnt wiier i the senator been chflllenpd for j authority he bad repented the senate chamber nad had HBfeum this to be a tbrcot by the president Senator Allison endeavored ro bn tba ameadcinent trie ted BO as the qtieation of revocation to The prealderit buthe was deftuted yen and H to 32 made a point of order npnlnst the but belne Bulun to the senate firtucn tnill dlhublTd nmt OIHUcaO Ofthe of tlit Vok tin at a fierce Jlitf it nil vo IbJ Chonibers itftfet Thupfaday The flrt viii in tt warehouse of the it iMis rie o atiiinonlti and the httAvJcAr of juioJce tlwt iti uek down jhxjjjcn uhjioit ilozen Tfai calj Cor ambulaTtcu us tho foi eTifrmtv dyvl ilfmnn 11 John ungiiit eouijinnrT ovcrisjuie fioire nf whom In a scrl cus condition Iriclnde membersof o Chief found lie Insinjr JiJ mLB on oery Tiltfin ufis ui dimsuni Is tirttl tiiatei o flnrw fo uiu nf 1liciruii who enterLd of 10 Cliarnhers sritie the Jlri bliired uco orcrconjf by smojfc l6hu hit In leavlntf the buildingand wiis irrnTi ainbiilnnei on the wny 1o a hon pltal pnrtifwtre formed of and firement who ciircied he man deroM t o house Xo 2 uhfch w 13 of Your Time Should be Spent in AnJ vou would live life better irrouhealthier and ttoirj hadaiort comfortable ntk Thing else ou could have Ninetemhi ot ihe nitfu marev rheuma tftm back and bad tempers are occasioned by a poor bed to ileep in We have nearly every kind of a matures made from to Cuitun lop excelsior tok cotton top wool combination wtiol cotton combination cotton palm Cot and hair top Mattresses of all kinds As 1 iort ni a vide dish thi week we will Bissellls Carpet Sweeper tne UIH n corp ATHLETES MEET of i r I or 11 to C J PECK East Main street Harbor efeatcd 23 to The flnioudiijtat wtw then agreed to without dlrlBloa Anorfier amendment afrrevd to provides for a cotiUmiivnee of the tnvemlpatJon of the condition of the fur Reals ID Th sundry bill was paused hito m ih day It corrlea EID of tnr Pence Diirtag tli2 day Senator Bnoon a joint resolution imd flnnounolng tie pnllcv of tlio eminent of T1 rKSoluUon referred to the coin mitten on fonign They Thnt world and St Mni T TinmitioniU fes thai of ilic Xortii Armiiiiin kiymnastic union wbaoii IB held iti opontfJ hero and it Is thnt tire nt Icasr ODO lierr At tlie fcnthn of the bund In IrlKJ more thnn liitrel leaf the ly it uiil in the c nncl iloit of the traitl riiken tip H itorhat Mj on Immense jirgcch who iv number a ic forenoon ptiofi tho We Jo not claim to give you something for nothing butwe do claim indcin pfjve Inthe evidenceof hun dredsof satisffed purchase s that we can and do i fl it noon when nf turners local men through the builnest wrtion ol lie city Tlierevere tnen in ISuc Alter the puratkdisbands rhe ticlpimiv i ode to fair whcru r tho the ileld cxer CIMI Thtrc were miips exer ciseh by thf boys ct the RymnnKium schools o St conniituipof c X andfriendship with j WOyjffls rcct was corn nitll jlnifH A thin dent re Is no to Ihefr reUnlonB with any one na tion bur to their relations Rlth all nations of ttio tha be grcm or Hmnlt strorg or wak Section to tJn etiJ thnt i of penes and nmJiy row oalbtinjj thoni ami all nations may fju pirpeiuiillj am i aijd frtr f eom of less than any otherinsUumon in these cities Our goods cost no less 10 make than the ohothei local deal by oui system of disposing of them Direct from Consumer we save profit Is not tins looking after It means tram everysuit you purchase of us EXCELSIOR CLOTHING Manufacturers and retailerofready to wenr clothing upl n of e hrimb ol Lho Auditor nona urbtunllvn cr UR souieraon of and uidivsMs bvit lunuher nv itv tnnlicil H Ijufacon thum nn1 applied il anj nallon they m1J o COS Is cheap very cheap and that is not linger long to chat with deal in Quick IVleaF Gasoline Stoves Cook Stoves Wadsworth Holland Gos Banner Strictly Pure Agricultural Implements and Bicycles A SAFE IMESTIENT TUK Benton Harbor Building and Loan Association n f Rot criti IlDCT in Ktral C A G M nt time to sav much but we ou will call on BAKER W H than words others are writinj advertisements selling Main street at tielest the line of assonment as anv house in the ori PRICES ARE offennj theVemainJer of our STOCK AT YOUR OWN PRICE VAN HORNS W C BASTAR M D Homeopathic Pliysiciaa and Surgeon Pile and Eectal Diseases Gtabam Etloclc Beaton Hours S to Q a m l to to 8 p m every has been S notice where it of lUcti a ca tliatheliad Lhcautliority todnsc tider Iiis tlie depart ient and its records iru open to all and both taxpayer atui in Sitti tax tJia1 nerer before havu been Lrsited with cotisidcrution either In or by prompiTy io spite of the prtsuie of liisioebi oaly one thing is the UepartraeEU lacking and that is ia the ability to issue receipts or tax deeds until some Ime ufiur application and payment tro made Tirs is to the 1tnited space and tbe conbcqueot inabuity to increase tbe clerical force in piopor tion to the vast increase an the work J3at this VJifiinilty wl soon be over iiuprovtd condnioos that are already jippnrent as the result of Gen JDiVs dctacujnation to for the j ieticy both of hih persona and of he entiru clurical orce Lilt UattuJ Stittca Uo hcrbj avow I m future pollcj arid f hert ariHt ariy QUintlan In any othur which i may full tn t by iroaty or tliut they shall nnd Ml no far Cftn contilaLuntly with the fnturfrjcy tin ir torrltorvand uoDoitS rtch In to tin ilniil declalon or an court of Such tourt of nrjfcrtiLfon utlull Jture Ln the lit COK atliutttd by ti POOR RELATIONS Rich Relatives London dispatch ro the from thnt the act uf cfimnuitliiK the tripliiilttniift rtncvw Thursday thereto wliti flptdnl reference punocl of SIX venrx Tlie u lo thu panlculnr Under tliitcnnb of nd n3 on fi J alike pmcticc economy of the proper Jcstid The use of CROSBYS StOTfiSStOY655tOTeS If SD HI It of the TRANSFER LINE SLANTZ 192 Ohio Lrttvuvovir Arflw Hall A hi iltMn Te On account of the Imperial Council NobJw of therrstic bbTineut Detroit the Four will hdl excursion tick ets Jutte 7th and Sthutonc fare for round trip return limit JSth 1587 On account of the Centeo iiial and TnternatioDttl JCxpositioa May 1st to Oct 31st the Big Four will sellround trip tickets ut very lowrrateft lickets on sale April 2rfth to Oct irtli inclusive Tor fuJLinfornantion call on or address L G Smith Agent On account of the German ktagne E church annual COE vtntion to be held in Cincinnati Ohio uijr23d to the Four ill sell round trip excursion tickets at one lowest fan Tickets siisiaie Tuly 2Jst and Qtial return limit July Smith fluent Try Electric Hitters at a remedy for r pet a bottle Cmtd get relief Tliimoe a to atlaptcfl to the rolief und cure of all Tcmale Corn ilnints cxertinp a wonderful direct in nnccin Divinestranptli and tone to Jfion tite uonsttpatioDv iiead ache Istlntf the Stacan here tiy Invite all civillzctl nations to muite a and reciprocal tloctarailoti to tho tjid warn between nations may and thut a of PCJJCC mftj be inaugurated main Ing fegijlttriouf ior the moidmjco of QLI 1ilaiul hflrliort ia uword tliu of the conjrrcss The bill nun pdiscd the triune aOjournctJ x iloiiday Jiuttfte U iLshmgfon May The hou Xbuphdiiy by a party oil the faiDringand nil tbe demo ojipuslug1 adopted n resolution providing Uiat the Chouse uhotild meet ojily nud ThuriKluyt yf ouch until otheniJse Xt uinOfiiicecJ to be tJie policy to on the Kennfe octlon on tlie tarlj bill Mr Liaiur mndo a strong but unsuc flglit to have tlie order modltlct us to five Larly and fuIJ Italy rot Oinwdl OfilThtK exercUc lie right of wit ICiltn Tllt Pa o UJQ Xho publlcoos repHod tbJit l up Lhebuiikruptcy bill and hold dsjjy sjuus oti it nfter Gen llondcraons return but uctll tuvi the rule should injf i on for tho flnnecfi cloo of JJoiMtH Tht Bee from Jltiirlwoixl S a HuicMt by throutrli the Un wr one oT tin1 riri meir Incntf u place cJuim in Gulch ii onrl of mid from ii Liu and hi partner txtic a co VIM Jumble fort mm J tL Hoi tnndirhus IKSH ippoiutud o the inteinationtij eticc cornoiisbion fTe is pinfessor 0 ecoionttcs at tfie JahtH rJopMits un TCrnhy H m Mny 7 Auew f an omptJj of upoi lnr al La Crown Wl from Mr loseph tfxttiouse Cfiftrfes H Conucllc isflrttng aivyer of York Pa say1 nian Balm curetf IDC of one of the worst 1 ever expenencetL in nighL thittk ft the grenteat medicine in tfae voo can use 107 nameany nervotis cxoit ahle melancholy troubled with Electric Bitters is the yoti need and Fifty flints and deo L Bell GoDrugstore tried Moebs Patrta Worth JOc for 5c Starap cd Tro PitCria coolswept satisfy jitrjj smoke Geo Mocbs it i Detroit Bell Co cures couRhs and colds Ask yonr draggist for ft d that of of whom m tfcf of the UnlUd and by of atllnlty and conHanirulnUV bound to KOVcrnTncR t rlkThlK nnd of th but T ajr Into tht the povcrnmpljt ot HavriUl shall to United It lttKl Suitf to li hyproclama f orl v msnL it lJ that lawn d for fljipty to dad no vllhons pure iLivoring extracts arc one ItoJf itrrjrigivr and you iliird more ftr than any other Ijrand sold in Isenton Harbor the perm lt to r ota of KuwaU int a for KUT iff to C a tngton JIftj UVJI CaJliol ol who hiCs been POWDER Absolutely Pure aJum and all t the president to go to Cuba aa the ape tbc QObD MEDAL Tho Plour That Modo Mlnnoaootls Tomous is the greatest economy in baking It represents perfect purity and the satisfactory results barrels For saleby all Made 67 WASHBTJRN CROSBY ucrchajitMillers I I 4 6 6 The New Yore Blocjc I nearly finished and is If You Want a Fine Come early and inspect Gas hot and cod water bath with fllso Remember Us forRailwav ind Steamthip Tickets lii Insur ance large or Loins hext barpinis in Real EMate NotanPubltt sc Rounds 6c Warner WATER STREET ieJ Kobbs Pees T T Hnhhs Vice Wm H Sec FUEL FLOUR Ifiice Bldg ards Highland Avenue elephone SALT FrcA A Hobbs ayenr Michigan Sail Crosfcv Flour Katie Putnam Cigars   

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