° f gf*-\, ?&*$. ^Ja^f 1 ^ .'• ^JfNE'iCii 15* Visitor* to toe world's" fair will find eCHfiorftotiGori sale 1 at Geo.'F. Warren's news and clgaf filatid In 4be Mi(sh- y BREVITIES, What has become ttf ti»e Marshall high School alumni. Mi's. BlacKibbin and daughter ore visiting m Frankfort. • , W» J. jTelhsoii, oashier of the Wilson state bank, of Wilson,,Katt., W m this city. ' •". - *..,;-. ' , _.*;,,;: '. '-"p. Mi«s;'Btelia ittyder went to Battle Creek today to attend the toneral of Mjsa Cora Eddy. /Mr. tteodriob, of ttaj> Wiisbtenaw cir cnit, is r.epprting the proceedings of circuit Prosecuting Attorney Clark does not his fierb, McCourtie !a here frotf Ann Arbor. • , John, Loefcwood left Tuesday night for South Dakota^ Mrs. Ladd7~of Detroit, was in thia city today to attend' tb,e funeral of Mrs. Ladd. 4 Jay' Cronin,';Art fieiley and Eddie Van fiuseni ran to Albion Monday night. They made the run iti two hours. J'dhri H. Sanders, whose long continued illbeSB.'bas bc'en mentioned, died about eleven o'clock this morning. Notice Of the funeraiwiU be given later Mrs. Win, MoofehOuse died laMier, hpine in Ceresco MolMay Of .dropsy of the heart, aged 60 yeats. The funeral was held Wednesday mornjng morning atflO a'clock at the S.eventh Day Adventist church in Cerescp. Cess pools and privy vaults cleaned and disinfected'in good shape & sonable prices by * GRAY &• BAILEY. Corn and wheat grits for little chick, also compound food, greatest food on earth, at C. A. Cheshefs mill. ^ - it you are lingering from feVers, lung, Iqgrippe, catarrh, consumption, Cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplosstiess, dyspepsia, sick headache, paralysis, erysipelas or' scaly skin, constipation^or piles call on Dr. Sbarfisteen for his'vegetable euro. seem to have very good luck with criminal.Cases. . Regular meeting of Marshall Com; mandery, Wednesday, this evening. A full attendance is earnestly desired. A new cement walk is belng.put down on the west side cf Grand street between State and Green streets. Battle JQreefc Journal: Mrs.^B. Kelle her, of Marshall," is'in the city, the guest of her son, T.. J- t KeUeher. Last •fall some time Albion parties startedftp paint the qour.t house, but as yet the job has not been completed. V , .1 j.: H. franklin .has .been appointed pointed postmaster at Duick Jfca,ke in place of W.H Leonard, resigned. Charlie Webb and Joe Bebtley have bought a fine young stallion, sired by Sultan, dam by Belmont, from Georgu Markham. ; . , .Mrs. A H.. Watts and daughter, Miss Laura, nave returned from their tour of the east and soutn, having visited Rich moud, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, Vir ginia Beach aud other points of interest. Edward Fennock, a farm hand, twenty-live years of age, employed on the farm of William Sackrider, live miles east of Battle Creek, took a dose of "rough oii rats" at six o'clock, Monday morning, and died in great agony at three o'clock in the aftcruoon. At Charlotte, George Guna'u suit for slander against John J. Miller has been decided and a jury awarded tbe plain tiff $3,000. Gunn, who is special clerk in the labor commissioner's office at Lansing, is also «n*ud master of the Railroad Trackmen, and Miller, who is roaimaster of the Michigan Central, charged him with misappropriating the uuds of the order. The Battle Creek Journal says: "The wool buyers affirm that there is really -•- no market for wool in this city at pres They say there is .up eastern do A. H. Cathcart has his new electric regulator in" place. It is self winding and setting.. It is connected with the Wbslern Union telegraph wires and is set every dft'y by telegraph from Washington. Arthur R Lewis, of this city, and Anna J. Mayham ore to bo married at Kal amazop tomorrow. -Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis, Misses Belle Lewis and Mamie Spicer, and Mr. Bert Lewis will attend from this dtv. .>, Marriage licenses issued June 14; Geoige W- Burns^Jr/, and Ida Belle Dunginn, both of Battle Creek;Frank E'. Dpdds, of Albion, and Mima L. Hop- kinsi p't Owosso; Henry M. Hoffman, of Oakfield, N. Y., and Ella M, Bliss, Of Arb'ton/' . .•••;• •; '_' '""'•'• • '.' '• As will be seen by the circuit court proceedings Stuart MacKibbin, superiu tendent'of th.e city schools, has been admitted to tUe bar of this county. We do not understand that he intends to begin the practice of law at present, but will in the .course ol time. He has been studying, for some time past and passed a .very creditable examination. Mr: MacKibbin possesses all the qualities that go to make up a gpod lawyer. >• Smlili, the thoio'graplior. Has some nice Frames tor Cabinets and Other sizes, just received. Call and see them. .,, a ,''••' ,.-..__ If you want a house built in short order call on Wm. Shipley IBS .lie is pro pared to put you up a house ready for plastering in ten days time, Shop on Eagle street over Lynn's. Residence, 151, Hanover street. World'* Columbian Kxposlthiii. The Michigan Central will sell tickets from Marshall to Chicago and'return at rate of seven dollars aud thirty Cents for the round trip, limited to Nov. 5th. Children under 12 ye*ts of age, half fare. Tickets not good on 1, 4, 10 or 20. Don't fail to go to tiulett's and have your eyes tested. All tests positively free; Ask to see tho new perfection .bifocals with .which tho wearer sees to read or se^and with the same glass fee at a. distance. Remember wo save you f row W to 75 per cent op traveling .optician's prices, ? •• The following item, clipped from the ft Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains infer mutton *ell wiirth remembering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who mot'with an accident a few daya ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by 6ne 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." Thiaremedy is without^n equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in every household. For sale at Greene's drug store. of Krig*. Saturday, and all next week^ all new >atterns just off the loom? at rock >ottom prices. ' i ' . J. S..WHITR &Co. Bargain Store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta. All persons nfe notified not to d'unip any more' garbage in tbe streets. PETEB HOWE, Marshal. K«}<lnc(lan Sale of Plrti>t».— Now t« lit ; Tim* to l*ti'y rf To clbBO o'ut my stock of plants I now of- 'er.tho entire lot at. about the cost of grow g them* •• ' " if= J GOC pnnsiea at 25 cents per dozen j 600 Eng- glmh tlaiffioff, 25 cents per dozen; 100 ter- )eno9, 30 cjenls per do/en; 100' geraniums, 5 centa per dpzon. «• '•• . . ' The above are in bud nnd bloom And. ready ,o produpO an immediate effect lib tho garden.. ' • 100, asters, 10 cents per dozen; 100 potu- nias, 10 cents per dozen; 200 phlox 10 cents per dozen; 200 celery, 10 cents -per dozen; 1,00 egg plnhtB,20 cents per dozen; 100 peppers, 15 cents'. . . Miscellaneous .potted plants, a largo ,as- ortnient including roses, fuchsias, be go nias,'1»tc, 25 per cent off. . Call at Qco. Coleman's store on State street or at 59 Ei'Green street. Tin 'roofing and all kinds of tin workr done promptly by Robert Schelly'. , HelwtJvie t The ordinance relative Jo pasturing cows in. the' street will be strictly en forced.; No cattle will be iallowcd to.be pastured in any street, whether they are tied or not, and all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or oth> erwise, will be taken care of, No ex ception will be made to this rule for anyone. PETER HOWE, • City Marshal. Circuit Court.. WEDNESDAY. The case of the people vs. James W. Fan ant was given to two jury Tuesday and after due consideration they agreed to disagree and were discharged. The case was continued over the term. Stuart MacKibbin was examined and upon recommendation of Jne couinmu t! was admitted to practice, aj a. member of the Caihoun county bar. William Norma» vs. j We Want to Show our •' V "WA a Christopher C. replevin case, is now on maud and those who are dealing favor letting the farmers carry the wool until it is wanted in tfie east." Wool buyers ia other places -in this part cf the state are not allowed 10 pay only 18 .cents, bit* Ktiuedinat, trial! t Joseph H. Cowley was admitted to citizenship. The attraction at the Opera, Houst? this, Wednesday evening will be Lincoln J. Carter's great scenic melodrama, "The Fast Mail." It has been one of the 'greatest successes known to the to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. . F, W. Dickey,, of this city, is paying 20 cents for No. 1 clips. The question is Pf ten, asked, "When are we to have free delivery at the post pfllcuf ' We give it up. The last tiiu| pur reporter talked writ*. Postmaster SnyUer he eai(J that TJncle bam wauled to sta|t IB with two carriers and bound the deliverj districts about us follows Nprth b> Fjospeci strtiei , c-aat b> Lib erty, south by liauoyer aud wn&t Mul Ijerry. , tie anpuijut -siich a delivery would not^e satisfactory and did' not eoj* to. inaugurate , : j^e Bi'iteiu updcr »uoh cirouuistauces. Po^tolljce Inspect; . or Larniour was here Ibe first of tne week and « W. possible souaetbinK way in speaking from ^ stage for years. It has a story"of thrill interest, and the scaaic and other mecbacical effects'are said to be mar velous. There is a representation of an engine room on a Mississippi steamboat with the furnaces under- the boilers in active operation. A very realistic train of car.' shoots across the stage, ancl the Niagara Fallp scene is one ef the most elaborate-and .daring things .evftrjinder taken io the drains. It is described as a beautiful, vivid aud accurate representation of that stupendous marvel of nature; The falls are shown by moan UtJbt, with th« roaring and plunging waters, aud the mist that rifees frpai--the Seetbiug current. Oi.e of the 'liiost prominent of the play's features i* tbe complete freight train of fourteen tfars, witli an illuminated caboose, drawn by a praclicaUocomotivel The play itself A Full Line For Slimmer Use Just Received, AtShanahan's SALE! ONE that - -., • w « i ?. ,^ ,_^ ifecor4 * deed, says*. \^Fbe act in speaking of all taxes refers aa a ma: "has i thrilling situations in abundance, of CooMog, HesLting, Gfasoliae a»d Oil Stoves, 1 " r\lWTC* TH" A" T TO f A "O T f\ A T\ ' ' VflMJiU " n If"• \JJOki\ JLAJAU , <? • of tin v»ar€, Jj con|fetbg of tea^pd coffee pots, kettles, milk "'" " " L - in.tin, copper, porcelain, pans, -f\ dust pans, wash tfpi _ _ _3 J ^. __;it i».l ivA-C pjinty of burner tojigbten jScreeo d WM aad wmdows all aitm at DOZEN ,WM^fw» . the- wonty treasurer v& JSwrt M*iA Street. :. ,-• t • , ' • ' „ ***. .-"*^ . . *.'-:* -..,. ...
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