1886-04-30; Clare County Press
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AAmAx&SSS, / t A ■ TT*"*^ -**.. -«** , j^a.M^ij 1- 1 - I - ,' ** , • * * * r~-< ifL»«. " i»-- -^-^~_-_ ?L&3 A ¥tm xlojl Js^au^p CuEL* JLa"YI o: ^ :asSBSSEKEKE3S3EE2SKE2E3SE; 3EE :3E£ESf ft;60\X Till too. MICHJ APRm;:-,3©,- *. 18*86, k^s? Miles, eo'fo Jkason<s& -? & hvyer's ior miilmerVfr z^~=u JB1| acres of land tor. sale j improved. -Inquire of Stems. 30 Terrible if True f Itch and Scratches of every bind CESfecl -ib SO minutes hy Woolford's SaaJ^ary Lotion; Use no other. "llils never fails, Sold by John. W. Dunlop, druggist, Clare,-Mich. BS*=> Farmers i liave a new kind of m:« J potatoes that' Beat them all. J. A„ Webb; ■ - Ail 'peElosis Indebted to iiie- either note or --account will be allowed dd per cent •<$£?"by settling' up by May 1st. """'Accounts iiot paid by. that time III he collected in full witii costs* «•"^JffzT6oiMY%M* D. -\Tirr w .Beat oe cigar ever sold in Clare . —f he- ^Atmy," ait X A. Webb's* "C^Ia; the spring' the. house-wife's. i%aey always tttrns.to '.thoughts' of wail paper, and of course she goes 'to DSlden'a to -»make _ hex selections. Ppleiidid line of 'entirely new and loeatiitfei designs just in. 1 sFine weather for photo' print-. Ses\ _<p©fco BaYogt?s g§fcy?> €tem* Archie Fletcher received severe punishment last Saturday from John (%, Husted Who afterwards swore^ocst 'a*warrant for Fletcher's arrest for crfrninel assault upon Cora. Husted, aged four years. Under Sheriff MacK took the prisoner in charge and*hui^ :i **• "-;■>-- '. •'-.* Bumming doa** pay,.; " ' '; Circuit Court njkxt week. * . *\" There Will bo i^ts of water.'takers. '. Tree p&mtint? ** this order of f the. day. :[ -t * -: * '"''\ Partnership viZ-fa* are'mighty un\ i . '■ V> '• <==" eert&ro. - $ .".,'• ..This'Pbess ";re|6 there'? as. fr live newspaper. 'KPWKS Off* kjetws. 4 .. . * » Prosecuting. Attorney Burritt was' in Clare on' Wednesday on official business. . -. . - Last Monday. being the anniversary of Odd* Fellows, Clare, lodge made their meeting in the "evening the occasion of rejoicing, Happy speeches, were mado by Messrs. Todd, Osborn,- Wolsky and Welch. E[&IHL:f&.EStfKE$ £5IKW©o '- Supervisor Kot-ipMlow is making criminal and eleven civil cases, and one ehancej^J The last is the di- the assyssmeut J ■ • , . ^ .fmm^WSo- -of Olivia C. Salisbury J, t>* Newth «as ' at the county] against William W, Salisbury. 4-' ' -.' seat Monday on felness. ^ . # \ [ TwiCe in-the past week the 'saw, :ertie I'f^w has gone' to. dtis|; in the streets near G-. A. R. hall h^s. taKen fire from sparks from the sawmill ahd complaint has been se l^Mt}§ cords heading bolts, cut ried hi in off to'-Harrison "to prevenM .This number ofn'ra Puess cTosel! ..Th®:GkU!f^ for-tfa.e !faf te^.m 0? u» r. +i r.^l^r.^ +rT»*'*- i.*T • >-« - " Jithe Circuit Court includes eleven at} attempt, which was threatened, to its eighth ylsar, him. - Public opinions which at first axcepted "as true ' the " accusation' against Fletchey, soon-charged to .a considerable.extent "and there were many who. denounced • the story* as Without- foundation' aud - characterized tbe a&ftkbt roade.'by Husted* apo^ Pletchet as brutal and" unprovoked. The lady members of Wc. * jBtust6d7s famliyj however,' assert. positively that the little child has beeii assaults; ed more than* once *hy -Fletcher'who'; worked for J^ohh Husted -as.'ho^er,, ahd that he- has giAeh, evMence\«rf. depravity in his treatment/of otheik Ou Tuesday the wprMnet„ lw^ brought down from the county 's,e^ hut lie wav'ld examination .and was, bc'iund over '.by ."Justice, Aiward,. for, trjal at the Circuit "Court ne^t week. Failing: to give bail'' he; was t-afeen 'back to jaih ' His. injuries received on -Saturday'were quite^serioiis. One eye wm r.ekiiy knoeised , ot kicked out and the other .was, also partially blinded^ Mi% Husted justifies his as- It®:®*-- <? tftm idoriii^Lftt null, Clare. He w .oasusid fer geml h ,?.ui 11^ u\}i0 fo Bfove the prisoner's gimu z^"l If 2?3et-'h " 1-. ^ittyof the erlmc- a!- The job of ph^tefhig the GK Ai *&^ '.hul]; has beea let tdl Gregory Martel; '.;;Coonty Treasuf^'Ayerillaud 0. $* Oum?Bips of Hanrdbuj. were in town^ Tuesday, ^ ". ' ■ //f)h Tooley repv*J» new-'baby boys'* • lath©families os Jstmk McLepd^and Charles 3E60ss;' ' ,. JDr. Todd report* the birth.of «t'.12J* pound boy-toll M. Wlfl Sutherland on Sundayjimoriups of tliis.weeko-' • . Miss.Jennie^omre of Ontario,, is visitifig' her fa: h* H-. 0/ Squire. She. will remai*| in Clare';a "few Weeks* in,' , ,v* , •' "' ■ , ' " The (3-. A* IX* . i^rtainment on-the evening of May -3*4 will be fr .big*- success, ' • \ [.'"'. lioole S;ib!i:- ^ >%fthut \\h js 'now- V Ik ' s&tlsjfw-a'that '..t"-"3idnrL make <--fhe Winterfield to tea#* school! - •.»• , 'The Oraut tow 6' %oard w-Sli^ineet al the Clerk% office ^aafternobxt,.,."' ^fmade to the Fire Warden. On a Windy day a fire in that quarter •might result in an extensive conflagration. ; Coroner Davis, went out to Arthur township yesterday to replevin some logs which had, been taken on an execution in-'pursuance of a judgment which three men had secured for woiicia X>. McKinley?s camp last winter. When he arrived at the river he was too late5 the logs having been put into the river, that morning, In persuance of oi*der. from. Saginaw. The- manifest plan- of .lhe owners is to-. discourage the laboring men- and-feat them * out of their,' pay;.' - r.'"".: • "<:.;.' \ ,-'\- le^c-vl rz >o h ' Z- j... A ,.i. i. it ?••<■* ','iiOr m si8"^osinir-t rnnsautions -&—*—<H WS§S. JO*^»P?CJ0»S- J. m- Abbot hasheen elected village: -..attorney;•*__ - % . _..'»-. . The^Prosecottng. Attorney went to Meredith Tuesd&y^d. coirVicted "saa '©s-prison-bird of iar^M^;: y The Odd Fellows iliade"' d^mbnstration-on'Mondays the-'-67|Bi . an'iVersary of the -Order.. Tiere WfS .. "ft-public parade withthe^basd at' ttie ; • 'head and speech aaakingat-.tfee: 'tell followed. ..■ .- ".,; . .''.--. -;, "Gough .memorial services'were held . iit the church Saturday.' ACthe close • , of the meeting the - pledge, was" pm*a" seated to- the-.or#o^^f .the"''©ccasiom^ who had just delivered"himself :of ^. thriEinjf." and eloquent . i-emperaiice >' address^ but he refused to-sign. " '-' • ;' " Ca—o—O . .. - > m, V^ ^ J*£il. KlJjUiA <Si ^wyeir'& Wishing to engage in other -business i offer for sale or exchange for real estate my, store and stock at Hatton. ' J. O.-Landry. ■ ®S=* A full line of Butterick's latest i patterns on sale at Elden's 5 and 10 cent bazaar. .. All accounts due me must be 'paid on or before April 15th 188G. A; °wm& to the wise is mdfiLcient. John Blair. Hatton, March 27, 1886. Dyspepsia! the prevailing malady of civilized life. A weak dispep- tic stomach acts very slowly or not at all on many kinds of food, gases are extracated, acids are formed and. hecome a source of pain and desease until discharged. To be dyspeptic is to be miserable, hopeless, depressed, confused in mind, forgetful, irresolute, drowsy, weak, languid and useless. It destroys the Teeth, Complexion, Strength, Peace of Mind and Bodily -ease. It produces Headache, Pain in Shoulders, Cough, Tightness ©fchest, Dizzihesb, Sour Eructations of Stomach, Bad Taste in Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of heart. Inflamation of Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneysj and a hundred other painful symptons. Dyspepsia invariably yields to the vegetable remedies in Golden Seal Bitters, the great purifier of the blood and restorer of health. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthly advertisement. We warrant GOLDEN SEAL BIT- TEBS. Take no others. 'Sold by H Trevidick and M. Dr Davis.8 Prosecuting Attorney Burritt came to Clare Wednesday and investigated the ease. To a Press reporter he said that he thought there was truth in the charge alleged against Fletch- ers but that the evidence was not strong enough to convict. He would not file an inform&tson against Fletcher. i -0«0—s^p>— 1TISI© A^ilS TMAT.- '.--. i^°Go graphs. to DeVogt's for V -Mrs. J„ W. Olds and Miss Cora ©lemons still continue dress making %tid plain . sewing. Entire satisfaction guaranteed. Leave orders at residence on 5th street, first house above igchool house, on south side of street '. Cometo-THEP-REss office ..for job pointing of alt kinds—commercial stationary,. .-ibriefs, l||pidbillss tags?* .:s, hors^ bills, etCo:,'.'Satisfaction giaariiteed ■■$$&o prices and quality of G. W. Smith went to Mt. Pleasant- yesterday. Supervisor Gallup of Surry wasMn town Wednesday. \ -Mrs. Asa Grooms and children ar^ rived from Flint Wednesday. Ed Grooms wenb 'to Harrison Wed- neseay and bought machinery for (making brick. Mrs. Mill Chanbedain and daughter Bernie, of Evart,,are visiting relatives in Clare. C. H. Lewis the popular landlord of Harrison, was in Clare buying carpets Wednesday. The Common Council met last night and approved the liquor bond of Mason & Husted. Quartermaster General Hart has presented Hancock Post, G. A. R., with six cartridge boxes and bayonet scabbords and the Post has purchased six gund for the guards- There is vigorous kicking on the rates established by the Water Commissioners ancl approved by the Council. Many people say that they will refuse to take wrater unless the rates are lowered and the village makes excavations and lays sir vice photo- = pipes from the main to the outside of j curbing. The present rules requires the consumer to lay pipe from the center of street. The Board have aimed at an equitable adjustment of the rates and ifa upon reconsideration they find that they have failed in any particular, we have no doubt that they will promptly revise the table. Every citizen should read carefully the rules and regulations to publish which we surrender a large portion of our space this week. The state-fair will be held at Jackson this year. Will C. Marylif^the bicyclist who was herewith-Petoskey the Indian boy skaterf died last. week at his home in Ovid. Jim Kirkpatrick has returned to Harrison. The prospect of being so far removed from his best girl was too much for him. A. A. Shaver of Clare was elected by the state eneanpment G. A. B., as alternate delegate to attend the national encampment in San Francisco. The Congregational churches of ■Clare and Farwell, have extended a formal call, to the Bev. Geo. M. Franklin and he will probably accept. The way Prosecuting Attorney Burritt went for Canfield and Abbott, the Harrison lawiers, in a case tried at the county seat recently, was a caution. According to the agreement between the two churcbes, the ■ new Congregational pastor will reside at Farwell the first year and then ' at Clare for two years. Dr. S. C. Brown of Mt. Pleasant will be one of the speakers on the occasion of the Decoration day exercises in Ciare May Sist, under the auspices of Hancock Post, G. A. B." A. J. Doherty has been elected Chairman o'f the Grant township board of school inspectors. l The board has quite a fund ou hand and will expend it in the purchase of new books for the library. Dr. Todd operated Monday upon the 12-weeks-old child of C. D. Bogue of Isabella township. The child's feet were drawn under and the doctor, by the use of rubber muscles, drew the feet back and.cut the ten-, dons. He thinks that the operation will prove entirely successful. Marshal Smith has made three arrests this week for violations of the village ordinances; and the municipal exchequer has been increased by about $20 in fines collected by Justice Mclntyreo We refrain from publishing the names of the persons arrested at their request and on their promise to do better in the future. Mrs. Marlin Is b tittle bfetteriat present. *'' ; ■ ■• .". .;- •;-./' ',.' . > Miss Ida *Bowe«iS'vrey sick. - Dr< Lir!''\.i\.Liii~.i-'%**} v ; - . -r - .- • -r*. • - . H. BoWen -and son * Wiliard were in Saginaw the other day. $Irs. Sarah Hart has been quite ill the past few days but is some better now. P. M. Loomis is better. Dr. Todd lanced his foot last week which gave him relief. O. Hart is getting out ties. Mr. Davis hewed 52 tics for him in about four hours, • The affairs of the estate of the late George Max well have been satisfactory settled. No meeting last Satnrday at the Kidd school house, on account of the storm. The appointment will stand good for two weeks. . " Please explain what 50:30 ment in the Sabbath School announcement in last week's Vernon news. [Can't do it. Opposed to Sabbath schools, the "devil" surely must have been at the bottom of it.—Ed. Press.] • -Supervisor, -Mable "is going ''the. ; rounds. ... ' " ". ". . Compiaiht''.was made .against-tha . in mates' of' 'Carr's ranehj- thse'. other '. day, Justice* Leva n way issus'd war* rants,, the girls meekly submitted /to- ' the arrest, and when " brought .into court pled guilty and were fined one, dollar apiece, wbich,they paid*.;Tins ' ferce was worked w'ith the-idea. th%!\' their conviction would be -a.'ba!43o)«.r future prosecution. / *./W;\. ; •' ,"<$oim Levahway "our notorious-Jias- *'. tice* resigned^-,: his* • 'office- ' Tuesday* ■' .'The prosecuting Attorney told'-'hiip.'; :• plainly- that "he -thoiigiitfit an Outrage that'Koeli a-m$.n.should act a Jiustic© and'nates lie (Levaaway) * -i*eslgliedl<, char-y- r/oalcl -be" preferred a^aiasfe' hizz nr;<! m: Q:2Qrt° made t*» have' Mm 5teinoYv3„ LZr'Zzn ivay dsdaH ear© to -o-e—o— > * * Chas Verrette lias gone to Canada. M. Dunn is home from Pine Biver. Mr. Bounds of Far well was ih town Tuesday. • E. Park bas returned from Cleveland, Ohio". J. G. Landry gave an Easter prrty Monday evening. G. FUirie is the first to start building in Hatton this year. Jno. Blair has the contract. C. Davis while falling a pine tree for B. D. Garrefsori met with a. severe- accident. While trying to avoid th© failing tree he became entangled ia some brush Lind fell, nearly dislocating his wrist. -4>—o—«0- ^JESg.I'S©^ VASS.SiS'rSE®. Figures do lie. The dry weather has taken a bath. Charles Akcerman is soon to move to the state of New York. Byron Alger has completed his bar It was built in a hurry but well don Supervisor Alger has commenced his journeyings around the township. r James McPhall'3 little girl is improving in health. She has been sick a long time. The town board met last Saturday and appointed the board o'f review and health officer. On account ofthe ram last Sunday there ^ as not a sufficient number in attendence to organize the Sabbath school, and the meeting was adjourned until next Sunday at ten o^eloeh and thirty minutes in the morning. We hope to see a full attendence. The Free Methodists will hold their quarterly meeting in the Town Hall commencing Friday evening Apr. 30th and continuing over Sabbath. Bev, C. S. Getchell, Presiding Eider, WiU be present. All are invited to attend this-means of grace, J. 3ST. White, Pastor, HQAM^I^JL COHJKTY ITEIS§, The Mt. Pleasant Enterprise calls this the 20th century. Ex-postmaster West-lake of -Mt.' Pleasant has moved to Grand Bapids where he will engage in the drug business. John McLellau, A. M, McKay, and J. A. Converse, of Vernon, H,- D. Johnson, Patrick Train or and Thomas Ganoid, of Isabella, Mahlon Burch, S» A. Hursh and S. D. Ziter of Wise, are drawn as jurors for the May terow ofthe CircuitCourtj^wHich convenes on the 17th. A. At the November term of circuit court Joseph W. House obtained a verdict against his father Geo. Blouse for over $600. The latter appealed the case to the Supreme Court which tribunal has reversed the decision of of the Circuit court because Win. N.. Brown a witness, was not allowed to disclose a conversation he had with Joseph House when Joseph came ,to him for legal advice. The case will be tried again. The suit was brought to recover the amount ofa legacy left the young man by his grandmother and which he alleges his father converted to his own .Use. E- D. Wheaton of Clare is the plaintiff's attorney and P. F. Dodds of Sf I a Pleasant the 'defandent's. '■■"* Jas„ Conklin sprained his ankle J badly last might, while wrestling. "4. 4 5 ^ VM-J" A ft. 4> % 9?
|Title||1886-04-30; Clare County Press|
|Publisher||Goodenough & Wilson|
|Description||Friday, April 30, 1886 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication date unknown. In 1886, the title was changed to The Clare Press|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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