Benton Harbor Weekly Palladium, August 9, 1889

Benton Harbor Weekly Palladium

August 09, 1889

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Benton Harbor Weekly Palladium (Newspaper) - August 9, 1889, Benton Harbor, Michigan THE WEEKLY PALLADIUM.TWELVE PAGES rwiiwri - n wammtsm ftOL- * f) mb Ml * BENTON HARBOK, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 1889. NO. 6. If you want DRUGS that 3 Pure; Toilet Articles K; jatareFresh; Periodicals ,3t are New; Cigars that the Best, call at the flfVORK DRUGSTORE Corner Main and Pipestone Streets, . G. M. BELL & CO. ju? DOES THIS STRIKE YOU? tee set of dishes of 1)10 pieces, worth §25, to be fclVEN AWAY! Utentitling the holder to one chance in the drawls for the above piize, will be given with each dollar's worth of goods sold for cash. Remember we will sell you the s Goods For The Least Money. O-OTTPL-o Lis AND COFFEES—FINEST IN THE LAND. F. J. SOULE. bGrocer.    Cor.    Pipestone    and Elm    Sts. I    DO    ~ |$Jo. I ask your attention    to tl 10 subject of    Builders    Hardware, esters verv largely into the construction of every building, YOU Vfor business or residence property, and its value or quality fctermines the worth of the structure. This season I am BUILD South Dakota is now ready for admission. A graphic account of a battle in Egypt is given in our news columns. I’srticulars of the great tire at Spokane Falls are given in our dispatches. It is reported that Commander in Chief Warner proposes to discipline the department commanders for their action in trying to dissuade the veterans from attending the national encampment at Milwaukee. SENATOR INGALLS ON PROHIBITION. Hon. John J. Ingalls, of Kansas, has an able article in the August Forum on Prohibition in Kansas, in which he sums up the successful results in that State as follows: Kansas has abolished the saloon. The open dram-shop traffic is as extinct as the sale of indulgences. A drunkard is a phenomenon. The barkeeper has joined the troubadour, the crusader, and the rnoundbuilder. The brewery, the distillery, and the bonded warehouse are known only to the a re Ideologist. It seems incredible that among a population of 1,700,000, extending from the Missouri River to Colorado, and from Nebraska to Oklahoma, there is not a place which the thirsty or hilarious wayfarer can enter, and lay ing down a coin demand a glass of beer. This does not imply that absolute drought prevails everywhere, or that “social irrigation” has entirely disappeared. But the habit of drinking is dying out. Temptation being removed from the young and the infirm, they hare been fortified ami redeemed. The liquor-seller, being proscribed, is an outlaw, and his vocation disreputable. Drinking being stigmatized, is out of fashion, and the consump-lion of intoxicants has enormously tle-creJised. Intelligent and conservative observers estimate the reduction at ninety per font: it cannot be lees than seventy-five. Prohibition prohibits. The prediction of its opponents has not been verified: immigration has not been repelled, nor has capital been diverted from the State. The period has been one of unexampled growth and development. *rt abetter line of Shelf Hardware, including Latches, Hinges, h-djs, Window Fixtures, etc., in both plain and ornamental de- THIS ever, while my stock of Sash, Doors and Nails and other tielea is not surpassed in this section. You will find me in SEASON? E Main Street, Denton Harbor, ready to prices on all these goods. C. M. EDICK. [ARE notice:: The undersigned can and will sell every ar~ of Staple or Fancy GROCERIES ^fyjiires as low as any dealer can afford, and a fair margin. Our stock is fresh, full and ^1 selected, and we can sell you, on order, any m^tobe obtained in our line. Goods de-promptly to any part of town. Special Nation will he paid t<> large orders for hotels, houses, vessels or farms; also to orders ^ fruit tor cannimr. I’lea.-e tfive us. a trial cutler. nerr brothers. Michigan Matters. Chas. Schidy, a baker at Jackson, was held up by foot pads while going to his ! home at night and robbed. In a drunken affray at Vicksburg, Sheridan Brockway was fatally stabbed by Charles D. Simons, a colored man. Four hundred dollars which was raised at Battle Creek for the benefit of the Johnstown sufferers, has been turned over to the Union Home of that city. The County Seat. Berrien Springs, Aug. 0. ITEMS. Hon. B. D. Dix started for Lansing this morning. The board of school inspectors meets today at the clerk's office.    • Mrs. ltoscoe D. Dix, son and daughter, have gone to Bay View for summer outing. The railroad seems to have come to a standstill; but further developments are promised in the near future. County clerk Potter says the soup business is fun for everybody except himself, as the good villagers pour out their vials of wrath upon his innocent head. Q* Wanted to Bent. - A small fruit farm, 10 to 20 acres, with house and barn, within K miles of St. Joseph or Benton Harbor. Will furnish security that the place shall be kept up in good cultivation. Address Box 354, St. Joseph, Mich. Letter from Dakota. Miller, So. Dakota, July 27. Editor Palladium :~I saw in a recent issue of The Palladium that South Dakota wheat and corn are reported a failure. I think that crops in Dakota are very much better than is reported. Of course everything suffered from dry weather, but nothing is a failure. Corn never looked better than it does now. and a full crop is expected. Wheat suffered most from the drouth but there are many fields which will yield 15 and 17 bushels per acre. The South Dakota State Journal says: “A much more favorable crop report now reaches us since the raiu. Corn tlax and vegetables are doing excellently while much of the wheat is as good as the average.” The only thing that Dakota needs to make it on© of the best farming Suites in the union is ram. The soil is excellent and everything favorable but the lack of rain and this defect they expect will be remedied when more trees are planted and more land broken. There is an Indian reservation just south of here and they often pass on their way to town. They all travel in the same way. The procession consists of a large wagon drawn by ponies or oxen and followed by a lot of dogs and more ponies. The men sit on the seat, while the women squat down in the bottom of the wagon on the tent poles. The Government provides these Indian;* with horses, wagons, agricultural implements, houses, and everything necessary to keep them without work, for it don’t soem to agree with an ludiau to work. A great part of the provisions, etc., which are furnished them they sell for a little or nothing, and the settlers often go down to the reservation to purchase winter clothing and provisions. While the Indian has the latest improved agricultural implements furnished him which he never uses, the settler plows the ground with a plow which will scarcely stay together; and while the Indian is furnished food and clothing, the settler often goes in debt for both. Such is the wise policy of our Government to the Indians. So I would say to those who contemplate coming West: If you think you can pass for an Indian, come and live on the fat of the land; but if you are a white man and a citizen of the United States you had better stay at home, for there is little chance for you. Very truly yours, Will CL Pabsal. Drs. Brewer & Jenison. Waujnin ( II i;1.) Timex: “All of our readers who are afflicted with longstanding or chronic diseases, should not fail to consult Dr. Brewer, the celebrated Analytical Physician. We have been acquainted with him for years, have made diligent enquiries in relation to his practice, and, as a result of our enquiries, have learned that he is skillful, as several of our well-known citizens, who have obtained relief from him. when all other remedies failed, can testify. He has visited the principal cities in this section of the State regularly for years, aud in every place, on account of the almost miraculous cures he has performed, his fame as a skillful practitioner has spread far and wide. We. tb©rpf<?r*\ deem it our duty to advise all suffering from chonic diseases to consult Dr. Brewer. If your disease is beyond his control, he will candidly tell you si>. If it is not, your consulting him may lx* the means of your enjoying for years health and happiness.” Drs. Brewer A* Jenison, representing the Brewer Medical Co., will l>e at the Iligbee IIon*»*?. on Tuesday, the »(ith of August. MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE! AT THE NEW YORK One Price Store BRIDGMAN. Miss Jessie Spaulding has been a visitor at Lotta Cam field’s. Dr. J. H. ltoyce made a shipment of peaches from Bridgman on Sunday the 2*tb. B. Camfieid gathered 122 cases of strawberries from 44 rods of land this year. Miss Belle Hicks and Henry Jasper, of Niles, were visitors at Thomas Widths’ home Sunday last. The suit of Frank Gill vs. the Brown Bros, resulted in favor of a judgment of $20 in favor of Gill. Ambrose Helmick's little son Hiram, aged fi years, fell from a horse and broke his arm aI*ove the elbow joint. I he little sufferer had to wait 24 hours before medical aid could be procured. Ill© fracture wrh set by Dr. Ballard, of Berrien, assisted by Dr. Boyce, of Bridgman. Ang. 3.    k*K F The Chicago air ritic, shoots BB shot, for?! b©sfc Mexican grass hammock in town, $14$; Hp**ar Head plug tobacco, 40c per pound; best fine-cut. .-We. per pound; Pig© in Clover puzzle, BW\; mixed candy, 10c. per pound; large conch shells, 2 for 25c.; 1,40d parlor matches. 2<)c.; playing cards, full size. *rx\, beat tea dust, 15c • clearing out sale on fishing tackle - bamboo [»>>'">• I0T-H KT packn '© Hunters Pride hunting knife, Cinch blade, 7.V.; best shot gun and rifle powder. *V. Cheap**st store in either town. And you can get all kinds of r^ pairs for the Chicago air nffe; also BB «hot and darts at the factory pneee, sling shot, rubbers 5 cents. _ B©*t stock of mouth organs in Benton    , J Arison S. Dealer in A luff*t Everything, PoetofHce •treet. Benton Harbor. SPECIAL SALE! C B “A La Spirit© ’ Corsets at $1.00. Hot weather Corsets at 50 Cents. Fast Black Burlington Hose at 18, 25 and 30 Cents. All Silk Black Skirting; 45 inch, only $1.50. MEN’S. French Flannel Outing Shirts, silk stayed, silk worked button holes, elegant patterns, choice at $1.50, Worth Up to $2.50. This offer is gtxnl for ten days only. CHALL1ES AT 4c. INDIGO BLUE SHIRTING AT 5 i-2c- NEW YORK STORE, POEMERLY JONES & SONNER. PIPESTONE STREET. CA3LX- -A.T Hopkins’ Drugstore AND GET THE BEST CIGARS TO BE FOUND. ALSO DRUGS «i« MEDICINES, Toilet Articles, Etc., Etc. Absolutely Pure. ■AGENT FOR THE- Him powder nevr vuriei. x marvel of i*uiily. and w !»<>!« smueness More economical than Tim? ordinary ld»«K and **nnn«t    ,n competition with th** •neltltude of low tent, short weight, alum or phtnohate |w»wder*    mf* in can*. Royal R«ikin« Powder Co., 196 Wail street. N. Y. Jones Metalic Truss, Every one fitted in the office and satisfaction guaranteed. THE "ARCADE FOR SALE. Eighteen and one-half aerosol improved land on the line of the T. & S. H. R. R twtwreo Kart ford and Covert Good Im-ality and flrst class land for fruit <n grain, with store am! postofRce adjoining. Also good facilities for shipping ail kinds of produce. For further information call on or address uEO. HALE, COVERT, MICH, J. C C0VENEL AT 10KNHY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC And Solicitor in Chancery. Orrtt k In Wort n* « hi- fir-, -fairs e*W of Bella drag Wore. I teuton Ha* •>< 'lich. DAILY PALLA Kl'N'NY SIDE WEST MAIN STREET. QUMMER MILLINERY. "y i ■ ■jwnyg' i.m 1    ..........**"' J    --    «    •    -    .    .    -    •    »......-    -    -    -    § ? Our present stock is by far th© largest we have ever shown, and comprises everything desirable in the line. Having secured a very desirable purchase of Sun Hats, Garden Hats and Berry Hats, of a fine, handsome braid, we are prepared to offer them at a very low price. Flowers, Wreaths, Foliage and small Flowers in endless \ ariety at very low figures. An elegant line of Biblvons of all the latest shades and styles. Full assortment of Trimmings of all kinds. Hats Trimmed t*> order and satisfaction guaranteed.    F. L. AVERY, IhN ^ KN b A    uhK.    Qou^|e    store.    Sunny    Side of West Main Street, Benton Harbor. ;