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BANNER. - 1" .' 1 SEVENTH YEAK. NO. 4. H ELDING, MICH., THUKSDAY, JUNE 115. 1895. whole no. :nr. TheUklding Banner I'ubli.shftt Kvcry Tliursiluy Afternoon COWDIN . Sc I-iA.FH-A.luIf AT ItF.IAHSU, ( HIM A I'O.,) People's Savin-,' Office in the Muin atrcet. MICH. UiU. block OXK DOLL AH VEK YEA It STIUCn.Y IN ADVANl'K. AiivertisliiK' Kates upon application. Advertising bills collected monthly. Trail elent advertising n u.lvamc. Obituary poetry will noi be inserteil unless paid for. Cards of Thanks must be paid for. Marriage and ileath notices free. Notices for religious and benevolent societies of reasonable length free. I'opv for change of advertisement must be re ceived uot later than Tuesday noon in order to Insure insertion. Kntered at the Poxtomce Melding. Mich., for transmission through the mails as second class matter. WORK OF CUSTOMS INQUISITORS. MKKD. If this paragraph is marked jou rill know that your subscription expires with this issue, ami as our terms are strict ly cash in advance it will be discontinued unless renewed. Ywi Awi t'OI'NTY Circuit Judge Probate Judge Sheriff Clerk Treasurer Prosecuting Attorney UeKister of Heeds... County Surveyor County Drain Comini; Circuit Court Commis oi i K i;its, Frank 1. M. Uavis A. Milan Willett Mex.T. Montgomery L. Delos Hurch (ieo. V. Snyder . ...Koyul A. llawley I.oren ('. Kales !.'. Crawford inner V. A. Palmer . ...Henry llorriran sioners t J. It. Chaddock Commissioner of Schools K. A. Murphy city ori ici:i:s. Mayor W. F. Hrick r Clerk C. K. Cowdin Treasurer V. I. lav Marshal V. W. Mitchell City Attorney (i. S. Koscvclt Justices of the Peace K. H. Lapham, W. J. Wilson. Aldermen,.. First ward. .1. A. Speneer t'has. Harroun; Second ward. M. K. Pi ck. K. V. Jer sey; Third Ward. T. F. Ireland, K. Hunt. Supervisors. . . First ward, ( 'has. Ktltlv : Second ward, J. T. Angill; Third ward. W. A. Wilder. ( in i: iii:s. MKTHOllIST KP1SCOPAL (MIUKCII-Ser vices at 10:.ia. m. andTi.ip. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Hi:v. (). .1. iloi.ur.N, Pastor. OONGKKd ATIONAI. Cin'KlMl-Services at 10:.') a.m. and T :." p. m. Sabbath School ui 11:45a.m. Prayer meeting on Thursday eve ning. Hkv. 11. V. Cm i.ns, Past,r. HAITIST CHITKCII -Services at I0:.10a. m. and7:.'Jp m. Sabbuth M-hool at dose of mor ning services. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Hkv. W. L. Mi'nc;kk. Pastor. Ml. I.. WW IIKXSCIHlTliX, in Spencer A TTOKNKY J. Hlock. AT LAW.-Ollic. Helding. Mich. Kkkkhkncks iiv Pkhmission: - Hon. Allen H Morse, lion. A. A. Kills, Thos. F. Mcf'arry, lion. F. l. M.Davis. li. .. .i:st, A TTOKNKY AT LAW. Innia, Mlchlpnn. General Law tiusfncs transacted I. S, MtiltHIS. CITY PHYSICIAN AND HKALTII OFFI L'KK Office rear of V. I. Benedict & I n's drugstore. Hours:--'.i to it u in.. V to 4 and 7 to Hp, m. Residence opposite M. K. church. T3UYSICIAN AND SFRGKON'-OKfirK: Ov- A er Karlu & Kunnnlcr's ston nmicuiur reuulity r I Im'm Sharp Men Who LKk Out For hiiiugjclrra. Van has Imm n variously defined by tho piuoipneMiis;i rational animal, i JaMh inj? animal ami u Cookln animal, any an oxchatiKO. Why nut also a stmiKgllnK animal? For of all tho many innniiet.ta thins of that original bin which fctaudcth not in thu following of Adam BinuyKling Is nurcly the most, w idespread. You may find grocer who do not Kami thu Biijjar, ami you may find churchgoers who niako a point of following t ho sermon from btarfc to finish. Hut if von would 11ml thn m.m who HcoriH to Bmugylo you will havo to M-arch industriously ami long lonyi r ami more industriously ovon than if tho ob ject of your quest with that ri'ux chov aller who disdains to travel in a first class carriaKo with a third class ticket. mugIhij might even 1h dofemlcd as murder has heen by philosophic jiroei'sses of ratiocination. Suppose, for instaWo, that you, an Knglisliman, aro on the point of traveling in Franco. You aro a smoker and aro fully iH rsuadod in your own mind that unoklnf? is heneDcial, If not indeed absolutely necessary to your health. From information rocclved you aro awaro that from Calais to Marseilles and from Hordeaux to Helfort nothing fit to smoko can ho obtained. Thoro aro places, it is truo, where fourpenny hocks can bo ob tained for a franc nplcco. Hut that is an extravagant price to pay and from your childhood upward you havo been tauyht to consider oxtrava.'.'anco a sin. Fur tho rest, you can obtain two sorts of ciga rettes. There aro certain so called Turkish cigarettes tho Vizir which tasto prin cipally of tho paper in which they are rolled, and thero are also the Caporal ciy arctics. Hut it is notorious, and it was principally because they wero always smoking these ('aporal cigarettes, that tho French wire laaten by tho (Jermans in the great war. l'hereforo you arguo with yourself thus: "It is a question," you say to yourself, "between damaging my health, if not in deed my mural character, hv smoking French tobacco and defrauding the? French Oi a few centimes. Of two evils ono 6hould always choose tho less." Of course thero is always tho third al ternative of declaring tho contraband goods and paying the duty on them. Hut that does not occur to you. As tho song 6ays, "You can't think of everything, can you" So you put your cigars in your boots, or In tho lining of your hat, or in any other placo that ingenuity suggests, and stride through tho custom houso with your head in tho air, and exhibit genuino indignation when tho douanier fumbles about suspiciously among tho undergar ments at the Ixittnm of your portmanteau. Considering all things, custom houso officials nro a gentle and unsuspicious race of men. With all the painful expe rience of tho deceitfulness of human na ture that comes their way ono would ex pect them to Imj Invariably skeptical of tho traveler'! assertion that he has noth Ing to' declare. As" a matter of fact, they are very generally credulous, especially in foreign parts. REFUSED $12,000 IN GOLD. ClrcitiiiHtiiiKW'M In Whlrii It Looked m If thn Monejr Alight Ho a lturilt-n. James Clark of Did Town knows a good story in connection with tho sinkingof the steamship Fai ifle in the straits of .Juan do FuealulN7f of which the only Mirvivor was Nell I ln Icy, now of Taeoma. Mr. Henley llouLiI around for hours on a raft after the H.icHie was struck by the Lark OrpheiH. With him on t ho raft was a man named William Sampson, who Lecamo ex haustisl and sank, Mr. Clark says, with betwi-cn (lO.OoO and (12,000 In a !elt around his body. The fact that Sampson had tho gold on his jM-rson was known to Mr. Clark and a few others onlv. and It I has never boon published. Clark and Sampson were minors togeth er on tho Yukon river in Alaska. The mining claim was a rich ono and was known in th Yukon district as tho Threi? to One. It was so called Lecauso the party that mined and owned it was com posiil of throo white men and a Chinese They returned to Victoria to spend the first winter after taking out about (5.000 nplcco in gold, and the next spring when they went back to open up the mine again they found that the Hoods had swent awav nil their machinery and they would have to hjcnd a considerable part of tho season in making and putting in new machinery to handle tho placer deposits. Sampson neenmo oiscouragitl, and ho sold his shan in Hie diggings to his partners for about (.1,0414) and returned to Victoria. The Three to One made money that season tho same as the season before. Shortly after Sampson returned to Vic toria he shipped on the steamer Pacific, intending to go to San Francisco. JIo nut Fre l'HU. ftonu youn address to II. K. Uucklcn iV Co., Chica-jo, and tret a freo hatnnlo box of Dr. Kliitf'a New Life Pills. A inai will convince you of their merit? i pum aro easy in action anu aro particularly elTectlvo in tho euro of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they havo oecn proved Invaluable. They are tfuarunteed to bo perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to bu purely vegetable. They do not wetik oy meir action, but by giving; tone to stomach and bowels greatly invb'or lltn Hi. ....... I , " " iii'nvBUMii. ueguiar size 'joe per "va. nom ny uolines iV Connell, drug All Vrvv. inoso who have used Dr. KlngK .'vw liieovery Know its value, and those who have not, havo now the op portunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free. Send your name and ad dress to II. E. Hucklcn & Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. 'King's rew Lifo. pills Free, as well as a copy of Cuide to Health and Household Instruct4r, free. All of which is guar anteed to do you L'ood and cost von nothing at Holmes & ConnellV drug store. (4) nuck lea's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped Imnds.chilblnins. I iimiis, anu tin skin eruptions, and pos iueiv cures piles, or no pay required. it l guaranteed to give iorfect satis- laeuon or r c: ''dainty monev refunded, i'rice "o tho gold in a belt around his IkkIv. as was ,,t per box. For sale hv Holmes i no custom in inoso days. Tho raft cm l-oniiou. Wllilll ho and I lelller fl mfeil vi j Ir. .,.,. i; a chicken iikiii, Sampson felt ho could not sometime ago I was troubled last much longer in the heavy sea. which "" attack of rheumatism. 1 rolled the coon fearfullv. and lm l iieniey io xaiio mo g.id. The latter, feel- with used lng t lint he would never live to set foot on shore again, refused to take the belt, and uown it went with poor Sampson to the bottom of the sea. Henley was soon picked up. The next day, though, ho regretted tho loss of his companion on the chicken coop. JIo also deplored that lie had not taken tho proffered belt with its burden of gold. lacoma News ..:.. h i i an: nunn aid was completely cured. I have since advis- d many of my friends and customers 'o try the remedy and all speak hiuhlv " H. SIMON liOLDIIA UM. San l.niw Key, Cal. For sale by Holmes & Cou ncil. ROMEO AND JULIET. ScldiiigSaVings Bank VaiUt ami Litibilihf of Stockholder, $.0,(HhHt. Deposits of $1 and Upward Rccciyefl. skk ion- s tiisas mtoti. V m:m siiviriK a dollar a week the llrst venr win fiaturully save two dollars the second, and so mi. , us mm: mo result in a years. d a ueck tho tlrsi year would be .vm . i !! second " .im.ee j , third " yjn.uu f fourth " ?! iki H I " fifth jirt'i.! 8 to 10 a. in. Oltlco hours to 4 nnd rt:.T0 to 8 p. in. . tm.i.;i:it, IHYSICIAN AND St'I'(!KON-Offlee at res idence on liridj'f street. Oftlce hours 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p. m. . 1. I'lyiillAM, M. I. C -V. PHYSICIAN AN'H St'IWKON-Omoc over Puce's hardwiiri'. Hours: 7 to i a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to H p m. Niht calls at olllce. C. A. STAXTOX, PHYSICIAN ANU si 154 ir.oN- Orricr: See ond tloor, O'liryon 1iIh U. Olllce hours :.'I0 to 10 a. m., U to 4 and 7 tos p. m. Night call at residence. , C II. Ml l.l.AUU. TVKNTlSr.-Olllce iii the Holmes & Kotttnsnn J-' Ulock. over store, Helding, Kolmivoii Mich. Hudson grocery lilt. (i. J SMITH. I KNTIST. Office hours 8 to :.' ), JLJ Block, ding. Mich. Leonard over Pace's hardware Ktore, Hoi h. p. Mcelroy, TONSORIAL ARTIST. BLOND HEROES GONE. Novelist C'oinpJAIn That lolerii You i if Men Am Dark Haired. Whcro has tho fair haired laddie fonef A lady novelist, writing to a contempo rary, complains that the golden haired youth is f.x-t becoming extinct, a,nd that. heroes of action, to Ihi truo to nature up to date, must he endowed with dark locks. It was hut a week or two an that I commented on tho discovery, made by an ohservant schoolmaster, that red haired hoy wero now comparatively rare, so wo are presumably reaching an era when tho Saxon type of man will no longer exist. This is rcn t table from a picturesijuo point of view, but th( re seems little reason why tho novelist should Im exercised by the disappearance cf tho blond male from our midst. It Is my iirm opinion that if tho matter could Ihi put to tho vote it would bo found that the majority of girls who aro of courso tho largest consumers of fiction prefer the hero with soft, "dog gy" brown eyes nnd bluo black hair to tho Insipid llaxen pulled and blue eyed lover. Hut in any case thero is no reason why tho novelist should not give his or her readers what they like, and if fair haired men really ore so scarce and really aro ad- mircu ic win ne nil tiio moro agreeable to meet with them in fiction Instead of com monplaco dark men such as ono encoun ters in roal life. Lady's Pictorial. 3 .. . , Total. UMj.co S.ivc a Part uf Your Earnings and Become a Depositor. OFFK'F.ns: fl. J. LK4)NAK, JVes't, A. j. IJkldinc;, V.-I'res"t. ('. K. Hills, Cashier Par- No More Singing:. Twenty years ago in Italy melody was to lw heard all over tho country. The la borer going homo tolled through the vines sang his stornello or his rispetto to tho sleeping fields. Tho boy who drovo his yoked oxen or cows in tho big square, cart beguiled the way with song, joyouH or am orous. Tho guitar and tho mandolin were hoard at dusk at every farmhouse door, and in tho streets nf tho town youths went fclnglng and playing till tho moon was hlsh. .Tpri Til P Hi A H Dn There wna muslo all over the land, along U Clime Jli. W Clglier, tll0 hedgerows n tho city lanes, undo? tho jioplars and mulberries as beneath tho walls of citadel nnd baptistry. How mauy a tlmo at sunset or in tho starlight have I listened to the beautiful can.ono of the peasantry when the sweetness of tho vine llowcr filled the atmosphemor tho dropped ncacln blossom shed its smell on garden paths. Now rarely aro these, wood notes wild ever heard to lighten and spiritualize toll. Ouida in Nineteenth Century. All work In my line artistically done, lors under People's Savings I tank. Chas. A. Wagner, riASOFlHtTKitn'l ItF.l.lt OKUAS TVS' EH inl llEI'AlltFH. (New England Conservatory System.) Teacher of Piano, Organ and Hand Instru ments, Helding. Mich. TF 4CIIF.lt OK lA.VO AXI IIAHM(XY. Residence: Out block Kast of lll).'h School Ilulldinir, Heldirn. Mich. The Matinee filrl Found It Dull and Not IV to the Time. "Did 1 jgo to the matinee?" wild the blond girl with tho red riblmns on her hat to her coinpanlou In tho streetcar. ics, I did, and it was tho most tiresome thing I ever at through. Yes, It was Itomeoaud Juliet. ' I've heard a irreat deal about Shakespeare's plays, but I never saw ono I icf ore, and I don't caro ever to see another. Why, there's nothing funny in it. Classical? Oh, I Hiipjiose so, but I leu you Miakospcarn was. nor rn .o ftw modern ideas of w hat makes a n-ood iLw His plays might to lo n written and a lit tle more fun thrown Into them. Wliy, I noticed several places whero they might havo rung in a modern idtsaor two and made a gn at Improvement. For instance, there was that dance that they uo in mo early part of the piece. Now, now much prettier it would Iks to havo a Pallet come on instead, or if they wero go lng to have ono of those slow, poky old u inees, wny couldn't they have turned on tlMJerent colored lights? Then there was that balcony scene, where Komoo and Juliet throw kisses and talk gibberish at each other. Now, that would havo bi-en real funny if they had had a comedian hiding behind the shruhltcry watching mem and cult lug antics over them. "And then at the end of the piece, where itomeo kills .Juliet's other lover and takes poison, and then she wakes up and stabs herself that was horrible It made ono's llcsh creep. I can't bear tosi-osuch things Ana to think or their ringing down tho curtain on it and making that tho end of tho piece! If I'd l,,vn MiakesHare, I Would li.'ivit fiil1..1 .i I . . ....... i.. . . . i i t. they all come to life again and havo a nice All Orders Gathered up and "M"""f! iii.uvii. tr, ii mey con lu not uo that, it seems to mo tho jieople who stage mo piay might havo the two torch bearers who retire to the wings while Komeo nnd the other l.cr f!ght their duel do awing nance at me side of the stage. I just dote on wing dances. Then tho ixuplo who did not like to seo tho horrid lirt would not nave to wtaeli It. They could watch the wing dance. And tho people who like death scenes could watch them, and so ev ery iMKly would lo pleased. Don't you think sor jiuiiaio express. 4 il 4 4 t r H- 4 II SUMMER GOODS ! Dotted Mulls, Dainties, Cambrics, And other " Uj to Date " Hot Weather a very largx! assortment of Stuff and a UMBRELLAS and Delicate White Silk Parasols. If. .1 LEONARD. Hats at Cost! Leghorns with Fancy Braid Edge, 75c, Leghorns, 2c. Sailors, 13c. Children's Shirred Hats, 50c. Ladies' and Chil Iren s Trimmed Hats at Cost. Must be Sold Before CITY Steam Laundry We J)o Fine Work Promptly. Delivered. Sn t Ist'nct i m ( ; tin f vi ti t ccul. C. A. DIXON & CO. SVHSClitllK Flllt THE Grand Rapids Daily Democrat in w (I It contains the fi:i. ac. ntci Press 1:h patches. Arrives in : ! t: n u; vr.'si deliver ed by Nona Muck at le n ween lot t'.x nHners. liic a week for m vi-n litv WM F. SANDF.LI.. I.oun Hroke-. Short tlmelnunson any form of pon security. lAtng ttm loan on hifli class real estnte se curity. Ofllco ut the Model Market. i Hhlloh'B Cur', tho trreut eouch jind croup cure, lit In great dtMnaicl. I'x ket hizn Vnn tains twenty fivo ilnse only y.V. Children love it. Mol.l l.y lrtuirisf. .So'd hy V. 1. Benviet t ('. ( ) Kari'n ('lover KMft, the great l.lood purl, fler trires freshness and ilearneKs to the complexion nnd Mire con-filiation, U7i vt MCU., fl.OO. ,l l.y W. I. II n.-dief ,v 2L : fl) ANSWER THIS. The largest mihsrrlptlon houxe in the country wantn a flrt clam repreHeritattve for tui com munlty for atrlctly special work. Short hour Oood pay. Minister, teacher, or wi. awake man or woman given preference. AchlrcsH, stating age un1 former employment. ;inn' JJlble I'ubli.HhlngCo.. 7f. t'heNtnut St., Phila ,1'a The Toen. Tlio wcond tfHj should 1' longer than tluMitherH t-Mlcnofj) rn nrti.-tlc teinprra- merit. Here Mntimentallsm dwells mil romance nnd Imagination. If the larger j Kmj strong nnd hroad, tho Inclination toward realism will M checked hy a pood nmount of prnctlenl wnw. In the purely nrtistio f(M)t tho little inemher of tho live should curl Inward. Its arching upward demotes n pnssionnto nnturo. Tho women of southern countries nro noted for thU distinction. New Vork Mercury. On llahlt Corrected. ''I don't know whether I will bo nhlo to break him of nil the hnhiti I do not like," said the tngnged girl, ' hut tho first ono I stopped for him wn.1 Jutcasy." ' What hnbitwas that!" Ofikod tho otiier girl. "Tho halilt ho had of projioslng to mo two or three time!) a week." Indianapolis .Journal The Crave of Mri. Thackeray. A few wivks n?r, wlien taking a walk irom j-igii to Ibullei'h nlong tho high- roiu, i iouim liiyseir passing Ity tho paten of Leigh cen'gfery, anl I lMtliought mo to turn nide for a few moments In order to visit the jrnivo of Mrs. Thackeray. Tho cemetery is by no means full, nnd so I easily loiiiid tlio spot whero she is laid to rest. Iho grave is only a few paces from tho entrance rates, on the left hand side of tho center mad, and con.-i .ts of two portions oi ground laix-icd ; yr' and "K " A memorial cross marks the spot nnd Mauds on two receding blocks. Tho whole of tho design i const riicted of while marble, nnd on the ujirier hhn k, from which tho shaft or tlio cross springs, Is carved tho follow ing Inscription: To tho dear memory of Isabella (Mhcn Tha kc ray. Horn IMs; married lK'A to Willi..m M akcfN-co Thackeray. Bhe died nt I igh Jan. 11, 1S04, ngodTO. At the back of the cross nro tho words "Domitius Illumlnato," nnd In the center the letters "II1S." front tnis inscription It appears that flli .Mr. Ix-slio Stephen nnd Anthonyr 1 nil lope nro wrong in giving the date of marriage ns 1S37. Notes and Queries. Dr. Adam Clarke, even when a Ixiy, had a memory so phenomenal that after hear ing a se rmon lasting an hour ho could go finmonmi repeat tho w hole verbatim, imi tating the manner, voleo nnd gestures of tho ireacher Fnlerlck thn ('rent had a sneering, dis agreeable voice, that corresponded well with the cynical utterances ho was In the habit of making. What It Meann. Party government In cities rate piracy Denver News. means pti Waterproof collars and cuffs tli.it will i.et wilt, arc not effected by moisture nnd look just like linen r.re all the f.ishion now. They arc made I y cov ering a linen collar or cuff villi "cel luloid" ami nrc thi only watcrprotf gocnls made with en interlining, con sequently the only ones that will stand wear and give perfect satisfaction. Try them and you will never regret it. Al- ways nent, nnd easily cleaned. When soiled simply wipe off with a wet cloth or sponge. Kvcry piece of.thcKcau- inc is stamped as follows : Ask for those so marked and refuse any mutations, as they cannot possibly please you. If your dealer docs not keep them, wc will send a sample di rect on receipt of price. Collars 2-c. each. Cuffs oc. nair. Rf.ife cio n-i.1 whether Rtand-up or turucd-down col lar is wanted. THE CELLULOID COMPANY, 4 47-l iO Uroa.l.y, Ke York. JULY -Ath, Pearl Street, 9 Blocks South of Robinson & Hudson's Grocery. HELEN A. NEWMAN. We Are to the front on Green Goods in Season, and Garden Seeds, either in Bulk or Packages. Come our way. We can ntill in tho Grocery Department. wait on a few more customers ROBINSON & HUDSON. Tlio Grooners. We JQON'T make any Big Blow or Spread, but come and see us and we will save you money on Dry - i- Goods, Spring Capes and Shoes. C. G. O'BRYON.