1884-08-08; Clare County Press
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cr. ft £'■ . ^-w**, •*'w»hsci>TaE3 s^g^^^gpg^»aggR?gr :st =sS> . OX.ABB, - - M1CI J>MIJ®B& MEBI02NM8, PAINT8& OILS, ' TOBACQ08 & CIGAB8 WMMWm , Michigan has 1,600®~ • Meredith wants a mfe*' ^mtf. Work has been ; coffi^ t- * met ©e a new Presbyterian elvx- -. n% ^Icik in, * "- The 1st, 2nd ancUtgd 'K j ^ ®$a> selected ft "Ste ISM* MERCHANT TAILOR. Jill .tot Ass goods constantly ia gtook. 'Emits iaad( styles, iwestprlces. Mt. Pleasant is*to W& " uew seller skating rink 40xll59 ^ % '.& tte© inch hard wood Ho6?» Will Doty, of Harf£r^ taS k>t3a bones, of his right foretf ;£J BVQkm H>y felling from the lath car svfWfi&sn's ^ 1 T TU K Elmlli on the mh imt A freight train IBM IE zr u, Mmh M sheep belonging to SI. i^-Stof«MSi» who lives near Midland mil felled 48 of them last Tuesday* John SiaSs a promtac;-/: i^k"®* man and buisines man nf, 3MSte$v 'died Sunday after aloBf? i^M .swere illness. Mr.SiashadfaF&^Htg fcfisn® been a-resident oftnat-fxc-:-- mm Ms loss will be severely felt' A nine-year-old son ®f €!;«a Asltag OH THE LINE OF THE eity for ci [U Lr re 0 Lb D - Ho B ^ ''Raises*. * The-©xrily Tailor ia . •-"Ciare C©TOiyo webt of ba amaii n II (o* Jl Ov. (^ w, >ARL« a IP)!3 u_ la. ^tr^ CO) % -IK THE MA&KET- of Lincoln township, JM!:- tossMin^ climbed a tree and; by fer* b?e$Miag ©f a limb, fell the dlstec 1 Kfmt$? feet, striking on a 3o^? Ire ::ls3g ops of his arms and badly zx Izmg hh I /*~^r i The following from \Il Ifeteife Joumul most refer tb -.nfr ".-iosgam^ parties: &'"Union towns'i; atntti©^ ties would make good-ja;^. f&ey. built a new bridge over Uzc rJMgjpe* W& rivet. "While btdS^Iii'r, \- aou <& Upton asked them "to- saal: ■ * * clsaw« J ■@ aa tlaey wefe fetsiK ;r.;--,. <■ "i?i» i «*! 1 jjM \\^ if^l nHT^TTTT \\ «.=!_;=>. \ U4 .IS:'0UE LIME- .«^5a*Ji,\;,}. ^IGBI 1, C~3 I 7i .j .-Asa cr-rnC ji mi il M c_c:Jc-a| Ml nn I1? Ti he f mm i - Jim IT M(Q)"W Ht¥lsigtt added wry miaofe - t© the it©ek ©f '-- p ItPffl fflsiisiffl^ ,^^iefly ~6wned by Mrs. Seeley ||* will fee to. the ad¥axitage ©f evesir on'6'to'examine my j LIBRARY. 3DIKTSMG R@0 ®n tne Sseam.^ tras-f esiy •s cut- away' & $6E4t©E o: the bridge to let it pass 4h?®issg!3u?5' Alonzo' Shoots, better kn@wn as "Old Shoots," was.arrested st Harris son on the 2$th forvagmncysMMight before Justice Brown, tried, conYict° ed and sentenced to Ionia Hoes© of Correction for 95 days. On taking him to; his home he" succeeded . in lumping the train and. getting away from the Sheriff. Shoots .wandered wp to Beed City, and the officers hav° msmumr-:, .mer. went np mere finally landed the prisoner safe>■ be ^IUISj 3Bj 'hind the bars at Ionia r> aad get my. ngurers Before. pur« asiag eUewhere. I also carry on tadriigSp - JL .G0MPLBTM LIME OF W^T7 .yiag 'WBusy ^©raseS" uemsion g can give yom feleit— There is a remedy ■ that is'- greatly- prized for ihe afflicted... It relief ■pains and aches in all forip&j s* lantes the digestives Apparatus HKMWT Amy ©ther Feralture 3 lishment in Isabel -•-Ifildlasid or thi Mounty* J%J Lr;^ Lq more perfectly do it* work, so yon will not be suffering with Dyspepsia and the long list of ills, the 'result of disordered digestion, Bysentary, Cholesa aud Cramps. It Is Hamilton's Jamaica Ginger Tonic arid Fain* Cure. In Bheumafe ste Ifenralgla, Sciatica, Bruises, Strains,- *tho,* applied externally it - is 'excellent.—- Price 25 and 50 cents p#r -bottle.— Sold by Johp^Wo Dunlop. e as Mover Vai THOUSAMDS OF DOLLARS'Can be saved by th it E®©ds ®f ®p!e of this viunity by buyin -O T §?ig i* is wm (pirn. h- § ©■L © debts to gra; HVifig on ere ■om pay WE WAIF*] You to come and examine our 'goods and get our prices even ifyou are not" quite ready tp €Jjl\ES nsed in-Prescriptions. Tl'"H,. christian alAa ^ n 'Are you troubled with This^t, Excessive and Frequent Flow of Urine, Pain-in fche Lions and Back and Her° vousness? There are some of the symtoms attending Biebetes and Bright's Disease. Bo not "hesitate, | \\j) but get Parmelee's Dyspepsia, Diabetes, Kidney and Liver Cure which will not only cure you but tone up the system and-prevent Dyspepsia. Sick -headache, _ Bilousness, Liver complaint and all kindred 'disease,— Only $1 JOO- for large bottles. Sold by John W. Dunlop. . your future is clear, r hair ©r wrinkle your fa. ul, you .mortgage your future3 gti prices', you buy more tbaa n.eed, You buy a stock of worry and trouble, lasting •""long after tbe debt- is paid. I have some beautiful novelties for the Ladies, and 1 \Qc Remember that I keep a full line of FABWBLi MiOHo CL;A ica MIC6 -9 A free trial of Prof, Harris'. Pas- €te teeatment for nervous and phy- sical debilityiE men caa-be had of ■Harris Bemedy'Co., Ste Louis Mo, And that I sell as Cheap as tlie Cheapest, and-"more too' Em-A FULL STOCK-OF PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. CALL AND SEE ME, ■ __ ____^^ *. — TBEYlBJGKo"
|Title||1884-08-08; Clare County Press|
|Publisher||Goodenough & Wilson|
|Description||Friday, August 8, 1884 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|