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Daily Statesman (Newspaper) - September 28, 1881, Marshall, Michigan Latest Velvets i v t f j Phce 2 i 5 Sk V f i ttest Varietj of Laces Fringes and and Because of a Report thai mi ident Would be CJouniy Plastering of 1 receiving large shipments of Stove and Black living tee for and Prices before JLt cdd PyaemStf BrottDhlal Soldiers Oetailed to Watch the From Boyn ton still remains in the and having been asked views regarding the imme diate cause of the death of the stated that his views regarding the matter differed attending He attributed latter troubles to blood poison while the bronchial The congested condi tion of the lungs indicated very plainly Mason Wants Guiteaus Special Dispatch to the Sept court martial to try Mason for attempting to take Guiteaus life has been postponed until after the celebration of the York town Masons wife spends most of her time in the society of her hus ministering to him and in every way possible makes prison life Mason expresses no regrets for his He openly declares that he will kill Guit eau should an opportunity A Big Special Dispatch to the eve L f mng an organized effort the President It caused a guard wsfs to watch the yatilt sen sational and entirely and disturb theremainsV The Garfleld r SpecialDispatch v NEW field fund now amounts to The Cabinet at Special Dispateh to dent Arthur last night closed up his law business lwHich fer time that it was 4 oclock this morning when he and slept till eve ning he held a with the members of the Cabinet and again requested to remain at their1 posts for thepresent Throughout the city and among politicians many stories are cabinet will Fagan is suggested for the It is said that Mac Veagh and From Morning Till No Let in Business Sales fhe Bottom Slothing Track of James will Inthenew is to haVe the treasury deparfmentEmory Stons now 1 Dayid Davis for President Piles of The Next ipeoial pispatchto the rIt is almost certain that candidate forj 115 out 150 and will undoubtedly be elected woods Hard to Find Room for Cords of The Mount Clemens wells are contain The whisky and beerbusiness of Grand Rapids tfays 6ver into the citf Grand Rapids Grand Haven are connected by telephone and are having 4a grand Hine of the believes that ten thousand hellls are not enough for Decatur had a severe storm Monday Lightning did some damage to the Julius Osborne of died Sunday night from injuries received during a drun ken at the hands of some John Donnelly of had a gun while hunting last part of the gun barrel cut through his skull and his injuries may prove Last Monday Frank son of Levi living five miles southeast of Imlay accidently discharged his gun while getting into a the whole charge entering his right On Friday Fred Hunt of was tried by jury on a charge of noncompli ance with the law requiring that billiard tables shall not be kept in the same ad joining room where malt or fermented liquors were Hunt has placed two partitions between his bar and billiard about four feet and the jury decided that he had com plied with the Heaps of Barrels of Cartloads of Hats and ALL NEW Everyone who Wishes to Economize These Bays His CAPS and GENTS FURNISH ING GOODS Double You are cordially invited to examine our late now daily arriving adding largely of Indies Jlimishk ing making our stock and Headquarters v KID and a Complete stock of BLACK i Cashmeresi Satini and Mournirig chased under in larga variety aind and In dress and cloak Making sfcyles and JElegaott and te yond t Empormm 30 Is the w by tBose1 who U 41 FLOWlS ir Carved at the Mkrble Works J At the East End of State CALL AND SEE i 4 t CRONIN Staple and Fancy And Also Finest Line of Crockery and Glassware in the STATE
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