,T THE DAILY 2/1893. Son. ' , t - BftEVItteSt • ,*, . ./' dolegrove Post meets tonight-, s Ethel Wright ia vising in Jaokf , « < The concert at the Opera House last evening was unusually* fiue. Rosa d'Erina play,a and-fl«Jg« ra a manner that al Gnc"e captivates the .audience, and she bas r an able assistant in Prof. *\y n «4V*«« f .rt«rnv*a *^f* rlniiotn nhftlllfi tltli Tbe'DeWtEven itudfe of all friends offerin'B the Br which brings it p« of all. The supple pear in the expensi ( Screen,doors and windows all sizes at Brita nnica/ ""at C. H. iHmith will take in the World's fair next we$k. Mr. Herbert Bradley^, a registered pha-rfiiacisti is clerking at M. B, Powell^ -- - Mrsi L. B. Albauah returned frqba Chicago this afternoon. - • Wrn. Hayesi of Battle Credk, is stop ping at the JHouse of David. A case of plainLdlrunk. . . Boat club tneettsfl ; at&ndrew Chfje- taPs oMce ilondajr evening at eight fail to hear them tomorrow evening. ' The Jackson Patriot in speaking of the throwing ofthe-lG pound hammer at the ficl saya; JpiiMarnrtn made a throw of JOB day exercises ifi that city ie referee 'declared it ft a wonderful throw ;eur, Misses Cox and Jandair and their bajos will be at the Opefti tipuse next Wednesday evening" TheEpwofth League Will conduct a religious service at the ; county house next Sundayat three p. m. Miss Hughes' harp solos at the Juve- .nile orchestra concert -will "be worth bearing. Don't miss them. Mr. and Mrs; Soribner, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs, Frank Dibble and Miss Hattie Eerrin leave for Chicago tomorrow. Mr. B. Town, of this city, and Mrs. B, F. Brown and dons, of Hough ton, left this morning for Chicago to attend the world's fair. >v , '"" J. M, Parsons and granddaughter, Edna, went to Kalaniazoo today to at tend the funeral of" Allen W.,' youngest son of the late 'Hon. Jonathan Parsons. The opening ol the new fair grounds .at Albion wiiu>ei on June T, '98. There w,i;ll be trotting races, running rjaoes, bicycle races, good music. At the intercollegiate tiold day sports at Jackson yesterday Geo. Leo Patter son, of thli city, won tirst honors in throwing tire 16 pound' feet, but t It was ne\ for an anaa . Kalamaioo Telegraphy 'Jffie action Of- tbe Presbyterian General Assembly in the Briggs case is significant, inasmuch as it practically shuts out free and orig Inal throught in the Presbyterian de nomination a°nd sustains tho creed ,ar suproino. The denomination will be fortunate if it has not alienatedia 'The reserved seat sale for the Juve- tile orchestra concert would indicate a •i «;ood house. Seats can be secured at Greene's drug store. The admission is only 25 cents. . .' •" , We are, in .receipt of a copy of the Michigan Manual fur 1693. It is finely illustrated with half tone portraits .of tue state officials aud. cuts of the different alaju institutions. The voljunit con taius a'fund of valuable information. •"Unexpected Goydnets" will be the thought of sermon for tomorrow morning a.t 10$0 at Grace church, Universal iSt. Evening at 7:80- a discourse upon ; "Tue AM of Enjbymen|,. .Cililsens tud strangers inviteU and welcomed* The commiUee-Jippuinted to wait on the Michigan Central officials aud try and gtt a better passenger service will goto Detroit Monday, Mr. Ledyard hav- / ing notified Fr. Baart that he'would see 'the committee'at 1:5() p. m. that day. Tho alteraate-of Mark Foote having also failed to pass bxaminatibn for en trance into the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Congressman" Barrows has reappointod Mark to the position, and after taking a three months' preparatory course.at Annapo lis he will undergo a second 'exaniiu'a* ' tion. Tho alternate i& also reappointed. Bat.tlc Creek Moon, 3nd: The Ggd/ trey family held their annual reunion at the borne of Oliver Godfrey in Ceres co yesterday. 'They made an all day festival of U and partook of an elaborate dinner and supper; and spent tbe daiy m visiting and merry making.; , There were" sixty-two of the Godfrey family present. It has been the custom of ihi| family for man; years to bold annual reunions and the event is always anticipated with pleasure by tbe 160 persons, who «onatitute this branch pf 1 tbe Godfrey family, tbe most of whom thisJsotion^I Michigan! . excited over t h * 4yplh ons growing element from its councils.- A Washingtoii dispatch says : A conii - plete eaulpment of text books, pamphlets and Jnstructbns is now being prepared at the navy department for ship inentto Michigan, which state has recently passed a -law providing for the organization of a naval militia; to the great gratification of the naval authori ties, who have Jong desired a better element of naval protection for 1 " tbe exposed northern frontier of the United States. A number of Dr. Smiley V friends dropped in upon him very, unceremoniously last evening and took possession of the' bouse, after informing him that it was his birthday and they had ,come to help himQcelebrate it. It is, needless to say that the evening was passed in an enjoyable manner. Before the company te'ft they preseiited Mr. Smiley with a handsome reading glnas, the presenta tation speech being made by W. S. Smith, to which the dpctor pleasantly responded, Jn 58 years from now the doctor will be 116 years old. Rosa d'Erina and Prof. Vontom have, at the earnest request of Fr. Baart consented to remain over Sunday and will give- an organ recital and sacred concert in Si. Mary's church at seven o'clock sharp Sunday evening. To give all an 'Opportunity of hearing these excellent musicians, atd especially Mme. Rosa d'Erina in the organ recital, who is admitted to be the greatest lady organist of the world, only a nominal aduus sion fee of ten cents will be charged. When it is considered that Mine. Ro-a d'Erina was the only lady organist engaged by the Philadelphia centennial exposition of 1870 and gave HP recitals in the exposition music hall; and that she is engaged for re citals during July for the world's fair in Chicago, it will be seen what an opportunity the publiq of Marshall will lose in not being present Sunday evening. . Following is the program for the concert: OTerture^-Zimpft .>.. . ..... ..,»....., ..... Herptd Soorsno Bolo-ATe Maria..... ...... ...... Nioplaa .Tenor Selo— The tost Chord.... V. ...... Snilivan One;— Madre del 8*mmo ainore ......... Campana Fantftise pastorale ... ........... '.. J<efelyre-Wely Tenpr- jw>lo^ Are Verum ............. ., .'v.MHlard Aria ^ for soprano— Wltb Verdiire pjad, price special value to Amer leans." " I-tenry M^JHdy, publip librarian of Detroit, says that after a careful t»»tnparific.n, he has foXind the encyclopedia offered by the Sew^ identical, pftge for page, with th<S original imported edibffin for 'which the |U brary pnid $8 per volume and that the former is superior lo the latter because of the revisions ancTnew Information it.djiiitains. The News offers the Encyclopedia Britan nica' thu» recommended by scholars and critics at less than 25 per cent of tho original tmd on t£rm9, specially intended to place it within ttte reftdh of those of limited means, ' *. Call at the Herndon HoteLtd exnmin&the work and learn what this offer means. If you appreciate Che benefits of education you ttiTLnot fail to avail yourself of this phe notn'enal offer of the News.; • • Bosleyfe CortiAnd WJiUat gnta for littlo- cliick* also co^ipound footl, ereatj^'t food on . earth, at C: J£ Cheshcr's milL. or , r ^ Saturday, nud all next week. a,ll new* patterns jusi ofi" 1 the Ioonis_"a't flocH: bottom prices. < ' , - ................ J: S. WHITE & Co. Bargain Store. 1 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. .-.--._!..- .-IU-. ,- --' - t--. -T ........ J V All persons are nolilicd not to durqp any nlore aturbugH fn-'hu s»tret't8' ?* Homes for visitors to the is the title qf a neat little book,;.con(aia-iv ing tho nddrcs^ of about 9,000 'families, who will accommodate visitors, sxfscf a list of Jiotels, illustrated with large scale' inap, sold nt M. C ticket ollicc. Price GO ccntf. , If you want the best refrigerator on; r earth, for-the least money go to Bosley's. Buy the genuine Philadelphia lawn mower nt Bosley's. Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired at Bosley's. '. V '•' The following item, clipped from the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains inform motion well worth remembering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met with an ac- ciden't a few days ago, spraining and bruising his log and arm quite severely, was cured by one 55 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." .This remedy is wjthouban equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in everynhouschqld. drug store. For sale at Qreene's Children Cry for Pitcher y 8 Castorla. IbhlldrenCryfdr Pitcher's Castorla- SHILOHS CURE. Tin roofing and- all kinds of tin work *' done promptly by Robert Schelly. Notice Kelrttlve to Cow«. The Ordinance relative !o .pasturing cows in *t^e. street will be strictly en forced. No .cattle will bo allowed to be. pastured in any street, whether they are. tied or not, anil,all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or oth' erwise, will be tukcti care of. 'No ex ception will be made'to this rule for"' anyone. PKTEBjloWH, • City Marshal. % STRAWBEBRI! .'A \ Commencing Saturday We Look Fcfr Daily 81$- i plies At Lower, Prices, f J. Cunningham's. Cores Consumption, Conghg, Croup, Sore Throat. Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee. For alwne Side, Back or CTTest Shttoh't Porous Plaster will give great tatUfaction.—»5. cenw. SHILOH'S VITALtZER. trouble it excels. Price 75 ots. S LOH'S^CATARRH REMEDY. New Sacred Sons (from Creation)...... Haydn ;—The VirioB of tde vVoijnd*, Vontom Ura>d Spena— QraUaa aglmug Uui.... .GsgUellm Duet—O BalutarU ....Vontoin Soprano solo and duet—Fantumerjo. Beige Lmdttte Domiuum Grepoi'lum FoBtlude—Italiuiu In Algleri ..Hosiuu A Pfiennineual Offer. Do you rea\ly know what the Encyclope dia Britunnica is? If not, do not betray your ignorance, but inquire of some friend who does know and can furnish you with'the necessary information. If you know or when, you have learned, you will f e,ei deeply interested i» the offer furnished free. . are sold on a guarantee to give satisfaction. For Sal e by & : Q. SBAMLS N te, CQ. -BJJO^BQ maq?aA«a eris ' ot Simp etp "SSIK eareooo. wp TOIM. Sewei f nib ' 7OO ? OOO On sale at X- Gunniiigliani's" Want to Show our 1'^ia off erla appreciated only ia proper tion o$8Bh one's intelligence ana tion- Therscholar or the well informed citizen is proud of the opportunity to express his admiration 1 of the wonderful compila. tipn of wisdom-and learning to be found in •the Brit annica and doe» not hesitate to acknowledge (hat the offer of the News, both in regard to price and terms, is & phenomenal one. -• Here, for instance, is bow a few pf .the m- taHigant nnna pxiftaa thptnaftlvna. to Every Person in- the Coufity. of Henry; H. Shftefier, wbp died sudden SiiafiSer had Episcopal bishop, of Michigan, Thtmas >avies ) eays, among ctb'« ttuoj% "I have the Britanniea in my library, putchased several times the amoftat aakexi by the New8 4 and I regard itas a.mpn'unjejitai work, one of ' " ' " '" W% fi «W?* lett ers " «* " W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, .1 • State Street, that city seems those -w|io aaw ^jf^SJSk — -f- 1 ^!^ il|^y%«R r HPSV^^j!^ ^SP ^r ** ^^* (| ^wPii »W|fcH«wH|^ w^W.*^; pP_ IT'
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