1886-11-19; Clare Press
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**Vi»>-,rfS****Tier" ,'^fe«^«^^fe%«»^^#<^-5-'-^f —-V - *W'2_^j 'M> Homing's saw mill started lip Monday. Stephen Sheldon in fini3hin.iT his house this fail. \f A. J. Doherty is erecting fin addition to I Iris hardware, store. Rosa Fine ia detained from school account of sickness. Koad Trevidiek's new ad. and then and soe his large and well selected stock' of goody. t fc.S, --~ $_•._,. We need that wood now. Mrs. Edward Booth is reported seriously ill. Prank Boom is home from Eaton county. Elder Younglove was in town a couple days last week. Thomas Holbrook is clerking in Trovi- ick's hardware store. .. _._,J JJ^, -'- -.-d_ ...._. , . J , . E- A. Stevens handles the cleaver and John Webb is kept busy buying tolo- j s;l1>- at 0haae.s lneat mfaSsst graph poles, staves, etc., for shipment from this station. ^j '& tlie time table this ■visited in Ooleman The Town Hall -was literally pack/d v/ last Sunday evening, the attraction f>o- yVing the quarterly conference of the "Fv / Methodist church. Bills aro out for an entertainment to 1} given at the town hall in Loomis .big evening by the Loomis dramatic com puny. The play "Under tho Laurels," is said to bo a good one which the company presents in fine ptyle, and they talk o, coming to Clare with it. D. D. "Fouteh of Gladwin, announces i in tho Socord that whereas his ^[^rom Ontario Alice Fouteh has left Ms bed and boar. D. J. Pox is erecting a building on lu Residence lot, to be used as a earpentj shop. Eev. 0. W. Smith is eonductiag a seres of revival meetings at Lansingrville is week. Charles Pried eborn went to Beed Ci on Wednesday to be examined for an Increase of pension. Herbert When ton carried off the kon- >rs as the best speller in the high school Tor tho month just closed. Mrs. G. li. Whitside will arrive hoii ;oday. She has been visit-/ _ng her parents there for a fortnight. she will have to shift for herself, As fori DePotir & Co., grocers, have cotnmenc- Mrn he ia through with her and will nbU «1 business in the Chamberlain Building pay her debts or bo responsible in imfnext door north of Chase's meat market. way for her conduct hereafter. Dr. Carpenter went to Adrian Mon j on a visit to friends and'will return hoi next week. When Mr. Ashly was hero a few days ago the doctor was called to treat tho railroad magnate who was well enough pleased with the tieatment ho received to send back a pass. AIL JIOAD TIME _•". & _*. Bit. K_. 3_. Time Card iu effect Mar 3<), 18SC. ■NoiiTnwiwr. P.M. A.M. P.M. 1125 11-15.... 31 SO 111) ana a 12 6 26 3 24 7 35 S-8 .... 8 57 813 5 05 9 2!) 5 40 10 00 2 22 !!48 415 485 i>65 CSO Toledo _>etrolt _». j_. & N. Holly (iruiKl Wane Flint East Saginaw for] B. C. 1.from SOUTHEAST. A.M. P.M. Y.iU .... 500 .... 10 .=« 3 SO 10 Off 9 31 2 50 9 02 HiH) 1-2 Hll 120 7 59 105 7 00 11 50 (J SO 11 00 A.M. 745 8 84 - SWi- ll) 50 9 50 10 50 10 03 1100 1135 P.M. 515 GOO fiat MO 0 5G 829 7 10 7 52 8 35 Ehh, Snglimw Midland -VyGoleiiian arr. Mt, Pleasant Ca,AK2._. arr. Harrisou Jfarwell lilvar. -teed City Luelington A.M. 1120 10 35 The young people's literary society met at the home of the x^resident, Miss Winnie Merrill, on Wednesday evening. The common council Tuesday evening approved the bond of C.H.Sutherland, secretary of the board of water commissioners. Miss Lottie Clark was unable to teach Tuesday aud Miss Winnie Merrill filled her position in the Intermediate department. E. H. DoYogt is having a rushing business in the line of camp photographs, filling orders for 500 or 600 scenes every week. The sawing machinery in Boom's Harvey Hmm3n'a|iotiso in Yernon City burned to tho groufl^llist Saturday evening togetner withf'tbe contents. The family had gone fo ifttarch, leaving a hot mi_JL__-ein the stove, fe^A- to this fact the was removed to Denver, Isabella count/ fuming of ."ti»"t,_iuse is attributed, this week by parties who recently pur- When the alarm _r^_rive_i the interior dep. 9 26 4 00 750 2S? 915 3 8 33 8if2 8 05 2r35 215 10 30 Luelington 5 45 12 15 £_S'"DruwIng Boom Cars on Day Trains, New- Sleeping Cars on Night Trains between Saginaw, Detroll and Toledo. J__/~OIT.ces at Toledo in Union Depot, and the Boody House; at Detroit in Depot, loot of Third street, Jefierson Ave. KATKh AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. SANFOitn ItE-LlK, Supt. I). JJdwahv.s, Malinger. ATTORNEYS. W. PERRY, ATTORNEY at LAW, Officii Oviir Giiiekson's Stc e CLARE, - - MICH. IIEA TON,E. 1)., E. B, A XV YER, OrprcE in DvNi.m-'s I'.iiick lir.ocK CLARE, MICH. H. BROWNE," ER, S-iAti- L A W Y jHARl.lHON, _ - ___ \7~gbeen, ATTORNEY AT HARRISON, - •EfLOYD L. POST, ATTORNEY AT LAW, sol-CI'tor in chancery, and REAL KSTATE AGENT COLEMAN, - - MICH. mar 82 ly A'J TTENTION FARMERS. ED. UNICUME CLARE, Manufacturer of ' Marcy's Patent Tubular Wells. This is the well for camps, mills, and farms. It never fails. I am also contractor for GRADING LUMBER EAILI-QJeDS. Corresposieie_.ee goaicitetl. $■ ■pAINTING, PAPERING, &c. ~ JAMES L WELCH, chased it. t'I> - ■' "esday on a visit to his parents. He lias' 'njot been back to his old home for fourteen years. A case of scarlet fever is reported in Yernon, and tho township board of health are taking precautions against the spreading of tho disease. Thanksgiving services will be held next week Thursday morning in the Congregational church, Rev. C. W. Smith, pastor of the M. E. church, officiating. Ceo. Dawson tells The Pkess that he and M. E. Whitney have not bought out ^George Lawrenco as was stated last week He says Mr. Lawrence is only ternporari- I iy out of town. The Congregational church socials are to be revived, the first one of the season to held at the home of Mrs. E. D. Wheat- on on Friday evening of next week. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all friends of the society. The Grant township bonds recently issued have been deposited in a Toledo to be delivered until is completed and to Clare, the depot to be built within the corporation limits of this village. The approach of winter weather com polled the common council to take some action in reference to caring for the hose after a fire. At Tuesday evening's meet- ug the subject was brought before the board and it was decided to build a tower for the purpose in the rear of tho engine house. Andrew Rhodes' dwelling house on fi-st. had a narrow escape from destruc- MICH. LAW \>a^«m«i«enot jtflCH,/^6 new railroad £— trains running "Will promptly fill all orders PaintiHg, Paper-Hanging, Kalsomining, Etc. for DECORATING A SPECIALTY. (Charges Iteasojia-jle. ©sgfLeave orders at Goodman & Go's hardware and paint store. I tion by fire Monday. A stove had been set up stairs to dry the plaster and the pipe fell down. The fire was discovered in time to prevent any serious loss, but one room was considerably damaged. No alarm was given, Those who attended the sciopticon exhibition at the G, A. R. hall on Mond; evening would havo been well pleai with the entertainment Note the ohnng' week. Mrs. E. L. Sijui on Monday. Thoe. Rogo is building tip a largo boot and shoe trade. Ay-"" E.H. DoYogt is,^'ettirig roady to lay the foundation forwiis new photograph gallery on the .cjjftner of Main and Seventh streets. & The business of tfce Oiare county bank increased so that niO're help was needed „nd J. D. Newth hjtt been employed to assist tho cashier. I, * The Dakota b]i7,K|_d arrived in Clare on time yesterday-Horning and" was so favorable impre_3e<l^Vi.li the place that t stopped all davjjgd all night. It is still blizzardy to^p.7-but not so much as on yesterday. J5nKJittlo snow fell but the weather has liefta iiltenselv cold. K" The Freo Methodist mooting at the Town Hall last Sattirday evening was in progress when tlis &e alarm was scjmd- d. A rush was ipato by tho crowd to get out of tho hall jjiif almost a panic endued. On the stairway there was quite a jam but fortunatoly^po one was hurt. "Doo" Niles, f cook, had soma Foreman Muuns oft weak and so losb k town and stopped, entrusting his mou. ■woll known camp 8 difficulty with illon's camp last job. Ho 'came to the Algor House, ($±5 lio claims) to the clerk, Jamas Alftor: After Alger had left for the wost v^jferiay ('Doc"' told of his misfortune a-W^jftopsultcd a lawyer. .Alger's side of tL^jfr-ory may be entirely different-and the VfVSi does not care to express any opinion; until he is heard from. . ^ He OlecJ Y-Wier.lay Ktos .rlnjj of Apoplexy, at His Mome at New Vorlc. SKETCH OF HIS CAREER. HIb Ass-imp-lou ot tlie Presidency ott Garfield's Death and Subsequent Coj.c_.ic-. Washington', Nov. 18-The White house informs tlie press that ex-President Arthur died in New York at 5 o'clock this morning. \ M -' """' —"~"o--_' -••' —r^__w„ New York, Nov. lS.-The report JhI» ^eeI< ft'ora Ontario where of the death of ex-President Arthtfr visiting his sick father is confirmed. He died at his home on Lexington avenue at 5 o'clock. He had long been suffering from Bright's disease, but the immediate cause of his death was apoplexy, resulting from tlie bursting of a blood vessel, which caused paralysis of the whole right-side. ablaze and i,t was of sb.6 building ^_h tmng*^ ,Tho^i_rijry^£_ loft homeless and destitute but kind fritnds cared for them and the generosity of tho people stood them well in hand in thair time of need A considerable sum of noney and ft large supply of provisions were donated. At 12:05 o'clock on the morning of the 20th of Sept., 1SS1, the cabinet met r.inl announced to Vice President Arthur, in an official way, (lie death of President Garfield, which had occurred on the previous evening. The Vict- President was advised to take the oath o/'ohice as soon ns convenient, and at 8 o'clock in tlie. morning of the 20th he was sworn in as President ofthe United Slates at his own residence. The man wliff thus became the Chief Magistrate of the nation was born iu October, 1830, according to the best authorities, at .Fairfield, Vt., although attempts have been made to show that he ilrst saw the light of day on the other side of the Canadian line. Mis early days were passed under tlie tutelage of his father, and at 10 lie entered Union college, and after ihe regular course, graduated high in his class. With $300 in his G. Lansing has a fat ox for sale. Wm. Lansing is shipping wood to. Bay City. A. Jennings has traded his ponies for a large team. Some of our popular, have gone to the Free Methodist church. Smokey days will soon come as the coal kilns are all ready to fire. Miss Maud Howell, of Little Travj erse, has been visiting friends here. George Vandelinder intends moving to Colorado and wants to sell his farm. Wm. Badgley is expected home lie is On Wednesday of last week Leonard Yager cue his foot badly while chopping wood for G. Lansing. T. W. Walton's new storelis daily progressing toward coinpletion, Come along with your wood orders. ■■_ i Our democratic exchanges are letting themselves down easy by publishing a half column or so of big head lines announcing the election of a fusion coroner or two here and there, but the little heading at the bottom "The State Goes .Republican," tells a story that 'hoy would gladly have remain t«u.o!d. Let's see. Farmer Luce's majority is about double Gov. Alger's and it was only a few short months ago that the democrats carried Michigan, for Morse by :50,00i) plnmlity.' The present Michigan delegation in Congress stands seven democrats to four republicans and the republicans have a bare majority in the state legislature. <>n' the 2nd the. republicans elected six congressman and an over-, whelming majority in both, branches of the legislature. Yes, tlie state did go republican somewhat, come to think of it, and fusion is dead. To the democrats the late election was a Waterloo, a Gettysburg, and an Ap- ponintox all combined. i j A Thanksgivtng Dinner Will be given by tie members and friends of th« M. E. church at the G. A. R. hair •-Nov. 25th. Dinner 25 cents. Served from 11:30 to 2 p. m.; proceeds to ba used for the payment of debts. Committee of arrangements. Members of the church. ET-CEPriON committee: C W Perry and wife, -H Galliver and wife, W Giborson and wife, Mr. Whitney and wife, Ed White and wife, E J Todd and wife. TABLE COMMUTE; L S Brown, Charlie Bigley, George Boxburg Will Curtis, Mose Burt, Prank Bandall, Willie Ash, Alphonso Pox, John Dunlop, Sam Orth, Tom Holbrook, June Eoss, Durward Boss, Emma Sexsmith, Lettie Clark, Nellie Yine, Dora Loomis, Carrie Ort, Matie MeKinley, Elora TJnicum, Maggie Patient, Gertie Murdock, Winnie Merrill. FINANCIAL COMMITTEE: Clark Sutherland, John Harris, Ed Scmires, H Sutherland. MUSIOAli committee: W Goodman and wife, 0 W Chase, A Bockafellow, Myra Smith, Allie Ash. Sheridan. The Sheridan town board met Tuesday. The residence of Wm. A. Thomson is enclosed and painted, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Poet are quite sick Dr. Kelley attends them. The good people of Sneridan and had known anything about the fine pictures ho showed. He made a dismal failure of his i>art of the exercises and disgusted the audience. Mr, Sutton moved out of tho Steven- _r'"1ARPENTE.R WORK son ^Jil^;e ^arm k°usc on Wednesday and \_j ' _ ' had been gone with his household goods X5» «3V- J-'-'O-.S-,? ,. i only a few minutes when the building CARPENTER. & BUILDEKr^discoveredtobe iaflate- ™a ifc Plans & Specifications FnrnisHea & Pirst-cliaS ^med 4?tho ff™i ?he origif fthe •Worlc Guarauteeil. * fire is unknown and tho loss is not heavy. ©tt»_tkK.E;, — — -HXCW-. John Davi. owns the place. building* adav f* '1 ase^sAr the manager Beck's mill. E: Langworthy has returned from the southern part ofthe state, bringing his mother with him to,, keep house. >:-.JpiMik«;b he HtarUid.for New York, and dfei'itere'd tho'l'law o.Ho_,of Hon. _£r_C." lus D. Culver. He was admitted to the practice ofthe law in 1852, shortly after entered into partnership with his old friend Gardner, and about the same time married the only daughter of Lieut, ilerodon, of the navy. Mrs, Arthur died in 1880, leaving two children—a son Allan, and a daughter, Nellie. In November, 1871, he was appointed Collector of the port of New York under Gen. Grant. The office Mr, Arthur found to be one of great political power, and it was claimed that he used it as a lever of the Conklin machine. The abuses which grew out of his administration finally become the subject of congressional investigation, and in January, 1879, Secretary Sherman sent a commideation to* President Hayes urging Arthur's removal. Arthur was removed, as was also A. B. Cornell, naval officer oi' the nort of New York. Colliding was furious. As "a slap at Hayes" Cornell was nominated governor of the state, and Arthur was placed at the head of the central committee. Cornell was elected, and Arthur was further advanced by being named second to Conklingas me ofthe four delegates-at-large to the Chicago convention of 1SS0, which nominated Garfield and Arthur. When by accident Arthur beeamo President everybody thought thechangein the administration would turn things topsy turvy. But the new President acted with caution. His administration was marked by no events of great importance, but during the last two years of his term he rose much in public esteem, He had sufficient independence to resist the demands of his old New York gang of political strikers, and the civil'service commissioners say that he assisted and en io u raged their work by niakingap|!-ointments which seemed to be dictated only by a genuine desire to promote the public service. Persons Photographs wishing VJcasojiill tor ThwrkC shall be awav photographs, vrL :8-5;<»»:^Y.e-lj_e-o_^ the balance of tlielime. E. H. DeVogt. T. I* Hor.iiMjj-'s Furniture UUi A good extension table $ o A good wool matress A good woven wire spring A good walnutset of chairs A good bedroom set 10.00 1 created this war on furniture. Give me a call and get the benefit of it. T. P. Housing. Xt is Theru arc nig llargains in The following goods always in stock. WATCHES': Hampden, Springfield, Rockford, YValtham, Elgin, Swiss. -■« M -si "A •4 1 WHITE'S. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. Geo. Msi8a_'s Grocery Is at the same old stand and the stock of everything Mr. Penrose the purchaser of Chas. Barnes's faroi, has arris-eel with his family, and they now occupy thoir new home. Mr. Barnes a'nd family started .Tuesday for Clio where they will reside. The best wishes of their neighbors go with them. One of the reforms which Michigan needs is the adoption ofthe election law which prevails in several Eastern States, where two sets of ballot, boxes are provided, and a separate set of canvassing officers who change tlie ballot-boxes every hour, [and proceed at once, to count the I votes. Thus the counting and voting j go on together,' botli within view ot'| the voters at tbe polls, and the oftic-j ial canvass is completed within an ! hour after the closing of the polls, j Under this system there is no keep-1 ing tho ballot-boxes over night, and no chances to doctor either tlie ballots or the returns. in the line of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, goods are Is complete, and new received almost every day. LOWEST PRICES! Come, See aud be convinced lhat no dealer can undersell me. **>___,, 1 ■--J!-. V Xi.
|Title||1886-11-19; Clare Press|
|Description||Friday, November 19, 1886 issue of the Clare, Michigan newspaper. Also known as The Clare and Isabella Press. Published weekly. Began publication in 1886. Previously known as Clare County Press. In 1889, merged with The Clare Democrat to form The Clare Democrat and Press|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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