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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 16, 1895, South Haven, MichiganWe Mother a Broam. Boy. Your Mother a dream Ini there a a picture pure and Bright that Gladden Alt her homely task at morning noon and night. A picture where la blended All the Beauty born of Hope a View that takes the whole of use within tie Loving Acopan she a dreaming fondly dream neg of the Happy future when / her boy shall stand the equal of Hie grandest Fellowmen. Her Hoy whose heart with Good near she has Laboured to imbue shall be in her declining Yean her Kurrer proud and Trua she a growing old her Cheeks have Loet the Blush and Bloom of Spring %. But of her heart u proud because her Eon shall he a King shall be a King of Noble deeds with goodness crowned and own the hearts of Suhi Fellowmen and she shall share his Throna boy your Mother s dreaming there a a picture pure and Bright that Gladden All her homely tasks at Moling noon and night a slew that take the whole of use within its Loving eco a a of. Boy beware you must not mar that mothers dream and Hope. A a Nison Waterman in l a. W. Bulletin. Whis will smoke not go up when there is no fire in the St the Chimney t stove. Doat see it lie a tiny Crystal sphere upon my hand sprung by Ereat Lve sympathy s command. Forth from her Eyet w v Quot p a a i Teu you Ood crowned a creative Art when deep he placed within the human heart this principle divine. And you May search the trackless deep of space in words and suns i meaning you May Trace but you jul find no other heavenly Grace Sweet sympathy outshine a tiny sphere yet in the Galaxy of worlds no pern1 it has for Ood when he to a flaws near. Enters a tear. A Ems a m. Martinson in Chicago Standard. It is a pleasure to recommend hoods Sarsaparilla to All afflict with blood or skin Dos ease my blood was out of order sad i suffered for years from psoriasis. I tried several rom Edies without Benefit after taking hoods Sarsaparilla for two months i was restored to my former Good health and feel like a different person. As % blood purifier i hoods Sarsaparilla has no l. Cock Zulua Irving Illinois. Think Chas. Hoods pills so amps id when love came to me i nl4t a shall i give him of my bread t nay the weary world is wide Why should love with me abide a a e when to love i Knelt he said a a comes thou to me for bread once i sought thee Knelt to thee. Asked thy heart to shelter me to the weary world is wide Why shouldst thou with me abide Frank la Stanton. In Chicago time Herald. _ intuition. An Arrow entered in Ray heart. And buried. It Ley hidden there while those who knew me dreamed that i had known a pain or care. A a a a a a Little child looked in my eyes i tried to screen them but in vain Sho kissed my Lipp and wept for she had fathomed All my secret pain. Ids fudge of poetry. Greet and Small. The highest Billls Are wrinkles in times transitory it ust the tiniest rills at birth that Mold the Earth s huge crust there be nor great nor email our fumbling Are seas Michigan state news. Crop Doport. The average condition of wheat in the state on november 1 was 78, which la 16 per cent lower than one year ago. The total number of bushels of wheat reported marketed by banners in August september and october was 2,-022,7157 or 698,013 bushels less than in the Sayne months last year. The average yield of Corn per acre is estimated at 61 bushels. The Clover need crop is less than half the usual acreage and the yield is about one Bushel per acre. The yield per acre of potatoes is estimated at 96 Pep cent of an average in the state. Uve Stock is in usually Good mandamus counties. The supreme court will be asked for writs of mandamus this week to compel the counties of Chippewa Muskegon Alpena and Iron to make provision for paying their indebtedness to the suite for delinquent taxes at once the supervisors at their recent sessions having Given no attention to the auditor general a request that the matter be cared for. The counties owe $21,000, $37,000, $36,000 and $8,000 respectively. Joannn cannot vote. An investigation reveals the fact that with the beginning of the new year women will be debarred from voting in 48 Michigan cities the change of a single word in the charter passed last Winter for fourth class cities accomplishing this result. The change was not made intentionally and members of the commission which drafted the charter Are greatly chagrined at the discovery. Primary school Money. Largest in iks state s watery. The Semi annual apportionment of primary school Money made by superintendent Pattengill is the largest in the history of the state the rate being 83 cents per capita. The total amount included in the apportionment is $576,-573.44, and it is distributed among the several counties of the state As follows amount no. Of children. Aleona. My 1l2m 6,561 agricultural hints. Roads at least one and bicycle amp kept also r allege 1,879 2,435 i,171 7,14� m.5 2.500 13,386 6.9� 12,444 6,015 3,408 4.766 4.262 2.3� 7. £27 721 4,962 3,865 9,14� 2,914 ii,296 1,437 my j. Confuse the essence with Mere shape and a Richard Burton in Outlook. Can ten Ted. Let other have s loftier aim and travel All the roads to Fame by Man frequented be ours the humbler lot to show How great it is through life to go Good natured and contented. A a. K White to youth s companion. Hope. Night ebon shrouded slowly steals away the Earth is Radiant with the coming Day. Bowed with its sinful Load the mocking a of stating heart finds life to breaking morn. _. A Richard Barker Shelton to Boston budget. Reincarnation. O Joy that to our hearts a mid toil and strife brings Blest Assurance of another lire endless beyond again again again the cloudless sky the storm the Sun or rain. For thee again stars to their courses move. For thee again unmeasured Depths of Lovs. Forever on. A amp cd is Knese Tota it in first night follows Day and morning follows night. To Morrow and to Morrow and Richard b. Shelton to Boston budget Psi a his mrs. Humphry Ward who wrote a Robert Eta Nero Quot is the author of a a sir George tres Sady a a great novel which will appear in 90, exclusively in the Century Magazine. This is Only one of Many attractions which Quot the worlds leading periodical a will have in 1896. There will be novels by w. D. Howells Amelia e. Barr and other novelists stories, Mark Twain Rudyard Kipling Henry m. Stanley George Kennan Marion Crawford and More. It will in the greatest War the Century Ever had. Subscribe now done to miss a single number. Begin with november first Cumber of the new volume. Price $4>o� if you want All of Napoleon s life i its Superb engravings which has running through the past Send $1.00 More Ana the twelve Mck numbers will be sent you. Forms olym com pm two years of the Century. Send by Check or Money order direct to the Century co. Union Square new York. State Board of health. Report to the stole Board of health by 54 observers in different part of the state during a he week ended november 2 show that dysentery and remit tent fever decreased in area of prevalence. Consumption was reported at 182 places Scarlet fever at 33, typhoid fever at 106, diphtheria at 41, measles at 5, whooping i Newaygo. My cough at 8, and smallpox at Detroit. Rochester and Hamtramck. Egan. Alpena. Antrim Arenac. Baraga. Barry. Bay. Be Mic. Berrien. Branch. Calhoun. Cass. Charlevoix. Cheboygan. Chippewa. Clare. Clinton. Crawford. Delta. Dickinson. Eaton. Emaret. Genesee. Galdwin Qose Bic. J-271 grand traverse .4,957 Gratiot. Hillsdale. A a Houghton. Huron.12,124 Ingham. 11,988 ionian 1m iosco.>3,976 on. 1�446 Isabella. Jackson.12.812 kalamazoo11.471 Kalaska. 1.577 kent.7.595 Kew Enaw. Lake. 1.723 Lapeer. J.j00 Leelanau. A a Livingston. Luce. Mackinac. 2,190 macomb.10. Manistee. Marquette.12,543 Mason. A Mecosta. »2�f Menominee. �?~.�1 Midland. 4,324 miss Aukee. 2,138 montcalm.1 Montmorency. A Job Muskegon.13,348 Oceana. 5.275 Ogemaw. 1.7� Ontonagon. 1.570 Loose a jailor who confinement. Use of Bis made Good prisoners. To Endeavor to profit by a punishment justly incurred is commendable but few prisoners have the Opportunity of combining punishment and profit so neatly and comfortably As Dii or. Ii f who live in a county town in Maine. The town had very poor jail accommodations. Indeed a prisoner could easily make his escape by raising a window or even by a Strong push against the outer door. Dangerous criminals were taken to a neighbouring town for Safe keeping but of cafe i o n a i the old county jail was used for a prisoner whose offence was slight and who could in a measure he trusted. Old or. H had been arrested several times for Selling liquor and finally when a Fine no longer seemed a sufficient punishment he was sentenced to three months imprisonment the Jailer heard the sentence with More concern than the prisoner and remarked to a neighbor that a it was dreadful trying to have to a tend to or. Just at planting time first conviction. The first conviction under the pure food Law has been secured at East Tawas against l. L Halsey agent for the Al Dine vinegar company of St. Louis to who was complained of by inspector John 8. Bennett for Selling what waa claimed by the company to be pure cider vinegar but which proved to be a spurious article. Halsey pleaded guilty and was fined $50. Confess their awful crime. The murder of mrs. Merrill at Monroe on july 5 last is about to be avenged. Or. And mrs. Enos Larkins who were charged with the crime were brought into court under indictment for murder in the first degree and mrs. Celia Larkins entered a plea of guilty while Enos Larkins pleaded not guilty but finally pleaded guilty. Death of a banker. James b. Sturgis cashier of the National Bank of Houghton and prominent in business political and social circles died suddenly while at breakfast. He was 50 years of age and a Pioneer in the Copper District. He had done much to develop the District and leaves a Large Fortune to his wife two sons and a daughter. Banged himself. James s. Eck waa found hanging by the neck in a barn at Hillsdale. Eck was Worth several Hundred thousand dollars until three year ago when he failed utterly in Toledo where he controlled Large interest including a spice company and lumber firms. Despondency caused him to take his life. Brief new item. Frank Ayrea of Wheeler shot himself accidentally while out Bunting and died shortly afterwards. Osceola. $.711 Oscoda. 368 Otsego. 1324 ottawa0,599 Presque Isle. Roscommon. 453 8aglnaw. 27,� St. Clair.18.129 St. Joseph. M63 sanilac22,275 Schoolcraft. 1.527 Hiawassee. $,4$$ tuscola.12.36$ Van Buren. 9,248 washtenaw.12,671 Wayne. Wexford. 4,209 totals.694,662 apportioned. 1,544 47 366 94 19,178 29 6.4� a 1,21$ 57 2,021 06 i,1� a 5.9� 67 18,164 55 2,075 00 ii.110 38 5,758 54 10,33 52 4,992 45 2,828 cd 3.965 7 3,537 46 1,957 97 6,496 41 606 73 4.115 41 3.307 14 7.560 ii 3,418 63 9,375 a 1.192 71 2,714 93 4,124 07 7.638 49 6,859 96 11,666 69 10,062 p2 9 ,$60 04 8,392 13 3,300 06 1,200 is 5.696 a 10,624 09 9,522 59 1.308 91 31,103 02 743 6s 1.430 09 7,802 00 2,604 54 4,830 60 465 61 i,817 70 8,9� 29 7.192 78 10.492 86 4,950 12 6.658 72 5.993 43 3,588 92 i,771 t4 9,194 74 9,066 9? 579 34 ii,078 m 5,064 66 9,206 36 4,461 25 1,465 78 1,303 10 4,741 79 305 44 1,098 92 ii,287 17 1,372 82 375 09 23,145 38 16,047 07 5,696 29 19,188 25 1,350 41 7,847 65 9,424 65 7,675 84 10,4� 93 78,t 57 3,893 47 wheel a he id every farm. With Good reads throughout the country the Farmers should become the strongest friends and the most act a re user of the wheel. The average farm horse is quite unsuited to serve As a Carriage or driving animal and the average Small Farmer is unable to keep horses for the purpose of pleasure driving. There Are Many occasions when Hasty trip must be made to the office or to the store or the doctors office or to a neighbor s. To take the plow horse from his work Means a loss of valuable time and to hurry the heavy animal Over the $576,573 44 Post love played with matches to her Eye. A dangerous gome with none to Hynden a to the pole the Needle flies so to my breast # spark Fouad tinder i sought �0 Check the lambent raid. But soon in ashes spread the pyrex it is a crime for any maid to set a Young Many a heart afire. Straightway i sought the sheriff grim a warrant for the culprit Daphne i poured my sorrow out to him. He Only laughed mid tried to chaff me. A Young Man a quoth he. A i think you re right. The Maiden should be charged with arson no judge or jury can requite a you a better Call upon the Parsons a John n Hilliard in Chicago record it beats them All fid boors Chicago to Atlanta via of Nola Kentucky Blue Grom Region the popular big Fror Rott Tehas the been amp Crescent and Southern Ray Way established a fast Ray Fadule Between Chicago and Atlanta highest of a in Leavening u. S. Gov t report of Mem absolutely Rube member of the household May be Able Ito perform the errand in a speedy Happy manner. With a Good bicycle and Good roads the Farmers son could dispense with the keeping of driving horses Carriage from Chicago and the Northwest to Atlanta and the South. Send for time cards rates Etc., to j. C. Tucker g. N. A., 234 Clark Street. Chicago. A dear papa a wrote the Little girl a i sent you a kiss last week by the it exp Rem Mam i Hope he gave it to you a right. Hereafter ill tend Mem by mail because toe express mania very homely and i done to like giving them to him and neither Mamma nor nurse will do it for Hearty Rio orc to returning peace by Day and Tranquillity at zit is extended by the rheumatic patient o owes these blessings to Hostetler a Ignach bitters. Done to delay the use of this Fine Anodyne for pain and purifier of the blood an instant beyond the Point when the disease manifesto itself. _ kidney trouble dyspepsia liver com and irregularity of the Bow and cured by toe bitters. Plaint la Grippe Els Are relieved Samuel Tice waa found guilty at Caas Quot i a pose Likely i have to Camp right i 0poii� of setting fire to the round Oak like aurnt Jemima a plaster the More you wiggle turn and twist the More it Sticks the faster the a clone Patent Mook amp Eye. Toe that Hump . Jav her non in a # Nan. So if Sil the great kidney liver a bladder cure. Ail1 a Ari test or. Kilmer a co. Binghamton n. Y. Out there with him a remarked the Jailer. A it does seem As if Twat time we had a jail that could be locked up and left. As things be i calculate i shall earn my salary for a the Tail right Handy to your House ainu tits asked his companion. Yea a a right in the Yard to to speak. 1 a Pooe i can manage to keep an Eye on the old fellow a continued the Jailer. Or. H was naturally an Active Man and after a Day or two of indoor life he began to watch the Jailer a he worked in the Garden and to wish he were out there with him. His wish did not go unexpressed and within a week he waa helping to Plant potatoes and occasionally was seen on the Village streets. Finally some one asked the Jailer about his prisoner. A is no to or. H in jail now a a Yea sir i so pose i can say he is. And he acts sensible too. Say he a i done to want to be a wasting my time this Way says he a and if you la agree to pay me 50 Cento a Day i take right hold and help you with your planting says he. A Well i thought it Over and i argued it this Way if head work for 50 cents a Day i could afford to feed him and that would be a saving to the county and i find no Law agin it. £0 says ii a or. Hyou take right and he has so. But in a firm As a Rock bout his being in the jail nights. He understands that and he goes to bed prompt by seven of clock. I wont have no fool Rahing about that. A i calculate its a sight better for him to be Busy than a to wild be to be just sitting a round and i think the better of him for thinking of companion. Timely warning. Juth two it Tfirn of the chocolate preparation of a in the House of Wka a Bakur co. A Bull he in 1780 Hul a to the placing on the Market a Flany misleading and unscrupulous imitation Jmc of their name Label and wrapper. Walter $ sin Baker co. Are the oldest and largest menu f fam facture a of pure and High Grade Cocos and a chocolates on this continent. No chemical Are a i my a Ltd Quot thir manufacture. I i consumer should ask for and be sure thet a Rig they get the genuine Walter Baker k co s goods. Walter Baker amp co., limited Dorchester Mas. Or. W a u m Decatur Illinois. A no Quot my it ii it Yari Tooel. Orrol i or 9b# 3s�s�fite#$ l of a it 8 Caw be permanency ced we Mumm w owe a Oss a a Iowa. Wanes of Tinas m 1 of Teri Etsu Asa sirs. We a Ufa. A a a it m. Stove works at Dowagiac last March during the strike and sentenced to 16 years in the Penitentiary one and one half million feet of Lum Ber was burned on the Churchill Mill wharf at Alpena. It waa owned by Vari Oda parties and was fully insured. Loas $15,000. The state insurance commissioner authorized the Norwood insurance company of new York to do business la Michigan. Is can Aba adopted the Blanket charter by a vote of 350 to 70. Among the 206 grand traverse county people who have taken out Deer licenses is Edua Murrell a pretty 15-year-Oul girl and an expert with the gun. John Drake one of the proprietors of the Sturgis foundry aged about 65 years hanged himself. Family troubles were the cause. George h. Durand srm one of Saginaw valleys most prominent citizens died in Saginaw aged 82 years. According to sex congressman brew or who helped Frame the Blanket Charters about 48 Michigan cities of the fourth class will on january 1 come under the general Law. A Jack the Hugger in big rapids tackled a muscular girl the other night and waa hugged to a standstill Jon Linberg a swede 50 years old was fund dead hanging to a Fence near a hotel in St. Ignace. At a mass meeting of citizens in Detroit a Relief fund started to give assistance to poor relatives of the victims of the journal building disaster reached $11,700. The last horse car in Detroit made its trip the other afternoon and the car is now kindling Wood being broken up by relic seekers. The demand for men to work in the Woods in the Eastern end of the upper Peninsula is greater than the Supply Samuel Kent and John Polkinhorn both married were blown to death by an explosion in a mine near Calumet. Thirty people whose combined Ages amount to 1,716 years were entertained at dinner in Kalamazoo by mrs. Esther a. Coe 81 years old. The youngest of tiie guests was 51 years of age and the oldest 73. Perry Graham son of a grand rapids business Man who had run away from Bend ind. Joseph b. Witcher of Saginaw was arrested at Cincinnati for embezzling $400. He con leased. Michael Callahan convicted of attempting to kill William Wickwire of Climax was sentenced to 17 years in Jackson prison. Athe Large priest Marsh East of Nile was horned Over and Many tons of Hay were Eona Omed together with fee and adjacent building a. The Hemlock mine at amm the northernmost mine of the Menominee Range started up with a fair feral. The property had been Wile since a Foffi. The potato starch Festog of com Fenci amp Bon at Gaylord waa destroyed by fire the loss being $13,000. 4 is ii Otto to the Law As it now stands Deer hot Tang a forbidden in the counties of Lapeer Huron Nanalac Tua Boh Macomb and St. Pm until after january 1,1�03. Victim of exploding boilers. Since january 1,1883, there have been 102 boiler explosions in the state of Michigan causing 172 deaths and in Juring 200 people. This includes the journal horror in Detroit. The Tota property loss is Given at $266,000, not including the journal loss but As the loss has been Given in Only about one in every ten cases the actual loss is much larger than this. The figures and facts Are furnished by the Detroit association of stationary engineers and Are Correct. Divorce Case dropped. In the circuit court at Ionia r. A. Sawley the complainants attorney discontinued the divorce Case of Shel Lenberger is. Shellenberger. Early in october the defendant Andrew j. Shellenberger an Odessa Farmer eloped with the wife of Fred Russell whose farm joins his. After a trip through the South occupying about six weeks the Recreant husband tired of the Russell woman and returned to his family and has been forgiven. Death of col White. Col. Benjamin Waite who was sentenced to be hanged for participation in the Canadian rebellion of 1837, had his sentence commuted to banishment to Vandiemen a land whence he escaped and came to the United states died in grand a lds aged 82 years. He established the Northwestern Lumberman there in 1872, later moved the publication to Muskegon and then to Chicago where he lost control of it and died penniless. Boft is i he song upon the evening air and of so soft the Lovey Dovey pair and soft the glance from some dark eyed but fs2seuke Thia a they Are softer yet. And harness so far As the Pursuit of pleasure these things afford is concerned. The wheel would transport him More cheaply speedily and pleasantly on Many occasions than horses and carriages could do. As a matter of course the Fannery a daughter must be similarly supplied with a wheel in order that there May be a harmonious a lauding of pleasures. Farmers Well know that during the inactive portions of the year horse Are a source of expense. They a heat their Heads off is a common expression. They Are also a constant care. Toiling or resting the wheel eats no Oats. It does not require constant attention. It is always ready for Thyl rider Day or night. It will not suffer if left standing a blanketed in a cold wind. All in All it is plainly evident that at least one of the steeds kept on every farm should be of the steel variety. It will Moke life easier for the other horses and their master. Farmers should be in favor of Good roads not alone for their horses Sake but that they May Avail themselves of the pleasure and profit that would be derived from the use of the bicycle. L. W. Bulletin. As Ras itinerant with the Organ came to full View of the sign a beware of the dog a he passed on to the next House emitting from Tomachin the Well known notes of i done to want to play in your Yard. A Yonkers statesman. _ Schiller theater. For three weeks beginning nov. Is Gustave Frohman will present Marie Hubert sup red by a specially engaged company in a the new scenery and costumes to i or Jimmy a Timmy Groi Ogan is talking of my Kiev a him 1 he wind wot goes to Mevlener s theater Chicago. A Bonnie Scotland a a romantic drama by b. P. Mills a combination of everything scotch la a genuine Novelty done to miss it. The markets. Deserter give Huna Elf up. Twelve years ago George la Volt enlisted in the United states army at Buffalo and was sent to fort Davis on the mexican Border. While drunk he deserted and returned to Michigan. He he a been sailing on the lakes most of the time. Recently he gave himself up to the police at grand rapids and asked to be sent Back to his regiment. La Volt is Leas than 40 years old and unmarried new starch factory. The Plant of the Negaunee brewery will be removed to Duluth where new buildings Are in process of erection. The big buildings in the Southern part of Negaunee will be fitted with machinery and turned into a starch factory and distillery. The potato crop of the upper Peninsula is very heavy and will furnish material in abundance for the new Enterprise. Swindler sentenced. George Shaw who swindled people by collecting Money for the Delineator in Detroit and Kalamazoo waa Given the limit under the new Law by judge Peck in the latter city�?90 Days in the Detroit House of correction. It americans Oak forests. Disappearance of the Wood that were once the nations Pride. The magnificent Oak forests North of the Ohio River in the Central part of the Northern states have largely disappeared. Within the last five years there has been an increasing demand for Oak in spite of business depression More especially for such Timber a goes into the House finishing including Plain and Quarter sawed red Oak and White Oak. The duration of the Wisconsin red Oak Supply is now pretty plainly indicated and in the meantime remnants of Indiana Ohio Michigan and Southern Illinois Oak will have disappeared except in Small farm holdings and the great bulk of the Supply will thereafter co a from South of the Ohio. Of course there is Oak in All the Southern states but the alluvial Bottom Bitoria must furnish the great bulk of the Timber and As Kentucky and Tennessee and West Virginia Are partly denuded the main Supply will soon be derived from the lower Mississippi and its tributaries. If the finest area of Oak Timber in the world namely that North of the Ohio River has been stripped while the country a population and industries were comparatively email How Long will the remaining Supply last when the needs Are measured by our future population and Industrial development Walnut is gone Cherry Birch and Maple will not last Many years and therefore the demand for Oak will be much greater and will rapidly increase. It must be remembered too that Oak lands Are Good for agriculture after the Timber is Cut and for this reason the denudation will go on with greater rapidity than on the lands less valuable for tillage. When the tide of emigration sets strongly toward the alluvial areas of the lower Mississippi and its tributaries the hard Wood frosts will melt rapidly away before the attacks of the Farmer. It a for this reason that Large holdings of Southern Oak and other hardwoods Are now being secured in the South. After a few years opportunities for such investments on a Large scale will be Gons and Forest. New York nov. 14. Live Stock steers h s sheep. 2 5u Hoks. Flolo re Winter patents. 3 50 City Mill patents. 4 10 wheat no. Red. No. 1 hard. Corny no. 2. May. $ Oats no. A May. 24. Pork a a a lard Western steam. 5 921 butter Weston or m y. 14 Western by try. 10 eggs 20 ch1cago cattle Beeves. $3 20 stockers and feeders. 2 25 cows. A Quot Texas steers. A hogs a Light. Rough packing. \ 40 sheep. 1 Vav butter Creamery. Dairy. Packing Stock. A eggs a fresh a Broom Corn per ton. 20 00 potatoes per by .16 pork a mess. A lard a steam. Tbs Active part of Man consists of powerful instincts some of which Are gentle and continuous others violent and Short some baser some nobler and All necessary w. W. Newman. Land beak eff excursion. November 18th and december 3rd and 17th. On the above dates the big four Teute to connection with the Chesapeake and Ohio re. Will sell round trip tickets from a Points on their lines in the West and Northwest to All Points in Virginia except East of Gordon Suffie on Washington division and Sorth Carolina at one fare with two dollars added. Tickets Good thirty Days returning and Good for Stopover. In Virginia they have no droughts no blizzards cheap improved farms and the Best markets in the country. Send for free descriptive pamphlet rates Etc. U. L. Truitt n. W. P. A. 234 Clark St., a that whisky a fifteen years old. I know it because in be bad it that Long the colonel a by Jovel sir you must be a Man of phenomenal Seli control. A and the South. The Chicago and Eastern Illinois r. R. Will during the Tim of the exposition at Atlanta sept. 18, to dec. 81,1895. Offer exceptionally Fine service Between Chicago and the South. A Low rate ticket will be sold and through cars run to my Southern Points. This is 55 Miles the shortest route to Atlanta Chattanooga and the South. For guide to Atlanta and the exposition address c. W. Humphrey Northwestern passenger agent pfc. Paul minn., of City ticket office 290 Clark St., Chicago. Charles l Stone general passenger agent Chicago. The american Hen wants some accurate Hailstone measurements so that she can Lay her eggs com Mercial Gazette. _ eighteen thousand dollars is a High Price to pay for a Story but that is what the publishers of Tea Century Magazine Are said to have paid for the right to print the novel by mrs. Humphry Ward which is announced in our advertising columns to Day. Bobbi by a a what san epigram a busier a ooh it1� a Way of saying something everybody knows so that Only Clever people can get any sense ont of an enigmatic Al Bill of fare for a dinner served on toe dining care of the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Raul railway will be sent to any address on receipt of a two cent postage stamp. Apply to Geo. H. Heafford general passenger agent old Colony building Chicago 111. A verifier a a do you pay for poetry air a exasperating editor a yes but this is Ville we think Piso a cure for consumption is the Only Medicine for Pinckard Springfield ills., oct 1,1894. A girl of very limited Means should not dress like a banker 3 daughter if she does Ahe a liable to libel herself. Halls Catarrh Core is taken internally. Price 75a flour a print eaten. Boring straights. Winter patents. Winter straights. Grain wheat dec. Corn no. 2. Oats no. Barley Good to Choice. Milwaukee. Grain what no. 2 spa a. Corn no. 3-�?��?��?��?��?��?� Oats no. 2 White. Rye n0-.1-. Bailey no. A. Pork a mess. Lardbtl6 Ilia. Cattle native steers. Texas. Hogs. a 7 Omaha. 5 6?m�� 3 la a i 2 c5 y 3 no y 3 00 y 57%<� 2��fs 36 a a 32 y 56%� 28 y $3 25 2 30 3 10 2 25 cattle steers. Feeders a Gss Light and mixed. Heavy. Sheep. $2 75 2 30 3 35 3 40 2 75 37 l 3fi4 8 10 5 45 4 75 3 60 3 75 i 40 4 00 3 40 3 50 3 574 i a Hobbs a a Bubba does no to look veto to lofty of he did during the tab boy a no he went into Matrimony of a Liesum. Ant and he never got courier journal How much that the world Calls Seifolah near to luxury or make one a children . W. Higginson. _ Bosch am spills for constipation 10c and 25c. Get the Book free a and go by it. Annual sales 6.000,k$ boxes. Knowledge brings Comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The Many who live better than others and enjoy life More with less expenditure by More promptly adapting the worlds Best products to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy syrup of figs. 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