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Benton Ilanchett Helected at Judge Jack
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Ills Private Sucretary.
HAXCHETT MAT NOT BR COX FIRMED.
Washington, D. C., Feb. 24. Presi
dent Harrison has conferred the honor
of the nomina
tion to the judge
ship of the Sixth
made vacant by
of Judge Jack
son, promoted to
be a member of
court, upon Ben
ton Ilanchett, of
It may be an
however, because bkston hancuett.
the nomination may not be confirmed.
The peculiar thing about tho nomina
tion of Mr. Ilanchett is that it was
made in the face of the fact that the
entire Michigan delegation in congress
and many prominent republicans of
that state, including Mr. Ilanchett
himself, were earnestly urging the ap
pointment of Thomas J. O'Brien, of
Ills Private Secretary.
Detroit, Feb. 27. Henry T. Thur
ber, of the law firm of Dickinson,
Thurber & Stev
enson, has been
he has been
by Mr. Cleve
land, lie is 39
years- of age, a
versity, and a
Hon. Ben. T. Ca
ble, of Illinois.
hkjtrt T. tuurber. jie has been a
law student and partner in the
office of Don M. Dickinson for eighteen
years and is in receipt of a professional
income of from $10,000 to $15,000
This Interest the Whole State.
Lansing, Feb. 27. On account of
some disagreement between the city
government of Detroit and the Michi
gan Peninsula Car company over the
matter of taxation, the story has gone
abroad that the car works would not
be unwilling to leave the state metrop
olis if the proper inducements were
offered. This has started a number of
towns to bidding for this rich indus
trial plum. The works employ several
thousand men constantly, aud among
the offers recorded fo far is one from
the city of Monroe of 500 acres of land
and si 00,000 in cash. Several other
towns have formulated bids.
Two Cadillac Men Fatally Injured.
Cadillac, Feb. 27. Frank Toban, a
top loader for the Cummer Lumber
company, was struck by a tree Satur
day afternoon near Lake City and had
his skull broken.
George McDonald, a brakeman on
the G. It. & I. railroad, fell from a train
on Manton Hill Saturday afternoon
and had both legs aud arms broken
and his spine hurt Both men will
Nominated for the ltenrh.
Grand Rapids, Feb. 25. The repub
licans of Kent county have nominated
William E. Grove and Moses Taggart
for circuit judges. Mr. Grove is one of
the present 'incumbents and Mr. Tag
gart was formerly the attorney gen
eral of Michigan. Tho democrats have
indorsed Grove and for the other place
on tho bench have renominated Judge
Allen C Adsit.
Murilrr at Alpena.
Aliena, Feb. 25. The coronet's jury
in the case of Mrs. Herbert Kimball,
who died last December, has just re
turned a verdict to the effect that she
w as poisoned by some person un
known. An analysis of her stomach,
liver and intestines showed a large
quantity of poison. No arrests have
yet been made.
Old Mela" la Dead.
Sault Ste. Marie, Feb. 25. Nelson
Ostrum, or, as the sailors all called
him, ''Old Nels," i3 dead, lie had been
a lockman at the government ship ca
nal here since the CO's and was proba
bly better known to the vesselmen of
the great lakes than any other indi
vidual. Keuhn Guilty of Murder.
Port Huron, Feb. 27. The jury in
the Philo Keuhn murder case returned
a verdict of guilty Saturday evening.
Keuhn was sentenced to twenty-two
years' imprisonment at his previous
trial and he will be again sentenced
A Marquette Man Shot.
Marquette, Feb. 25. Patrick Maher
has a compound fracture of his left
shoulder blade. Miss Anna Legarry
says the injury was caused by a bullet
from her pistol, and that she was
obliged to shoot him, because he tried
to force his way into her apartments.
Will Tay the 13.O0O.
Gravi.ino, Feb. 27. The friends of
ex-County Treasurer Jackson, who was
arrested for embezzling $13,000 of tho
county funds, say he will make good
the shortage. It is thought loose busi
ness methods are at the bottom of his
Had Preached in Michigan.
Chicago, Feb. 27. Rev. Dr. William
Sprague Studjey, pastor of the First
Methodist church of Evanston, who
died at the ago of 70 years on Sunday,
will be burled at Detroit Dr. Studlcy
had held pastorates at Ann Arbor and
A Heavy Farm Fire.
Hudson, Feb. 24. E. II. Cogswell's
barnnear this city has been destroyed
by fire, and with it four horses, 150
sheep and 1,500 bushels of grain.
Ex-Sheriff amuel J. Henderson, of
Calhoun county, is dead.
Melancholy caused Christian Schul
tus, of Three Rivers, to kill himself.
Forty-seven inches of snow have
fallen in southern Michigan this win
ter. Samuel P. Case, one of the foremost
citiiens of Saginaw, is dead, aged S9
Clinton owns its own electric light
plant n'd has just let it shine for the
Wayne county democrats have re
nominated Circuit Judges Rellly, Gart
ner, Hosmer and Brevoort .
John B. Maloney is said to have a
sure thing on the appointment for col
lector of customs at Detroit
James J. Brown, of St Ignace, is the
democratic nominee for judge in the
Thirty-third judicial district
Thomas O'Hara has been renominated
for circuit judge for the district com
prising Berrien and Cass counties.
Michigan democrats arc counting on
sending John J. Enright of Detroit to
Montreal as United States consul.
Bay City people talk seriously of ex
empting every new industry in that
place from taxation for five years.
The Estey Wooden Ware company,
of Canada, is to establish .a 200-man
power branch at Bay City before July 1.
The Ashland mine near Iron wood
has become flooded from an unknown
source and all work has been, stopped.
Andrew Peterson, whose home is in
Negaunee, was killed recently by a
fall of rock in a mine on the Messaba
Heart disease is supposed to have
ended the life of Mrs. Thomas Taylor,
who was found dead at her home near
Fireman O'Neal was killed neat
Cadillac by the explosion of a loco
motive boiler on the Toledo & Ann Ar
Harvey O. Carr has been appointed
superintendent of the Grand Rapids
police force, vice William II. Eastman,
The spring term of the state agri
cultural college has commenced, and
the attendance is larger than it ever
has been before.
At Pine Creek, Nathan Rogers, who
had been a resident of Athens for
forty-two years, died on Saturday. lie
was 92'years of age.
There was recently taken from
the Quincy mine a piece of copper
weighing nine tons. It will be exhib
ited at the world's fair.
Prof. A. G. Gully, of the Michigan
Agricultural collecre, Is to be professor
of horticulture at the experiment sta
tion at Stillwater, O. T.
Death has ended the sufferings of
Hugh Kilpatrick, who was badly in
jured by a falling tree at a logging
camp near rembina a week ago.
Because his wife insisted upon be
coming a member of the Baptist
church, John W. Hover, a farmer liv
ing near Saginaw, hanged himself.
D. W. Kinney, of Saginaw, owns a
clock that was made by William Logan
at Glasgow in 1770. It still runs and
docs not vary 30 seconds in a month.
J. C. Hill & Co., of St. Paul, have
bought 22,030,000 feet of logs on the
Menominee river and its branches.
They will be made into lumber at Me
nominee. William Ebert was stabbed by Frank
Vizneau during a drunken quarrel at
Detroit He died of his wounds and
his assailant is locked up on a charge
A reward of S00 is offered by the
national board of underwriters for
the arrest and conviction of the in
cendiaries who destroyed tho Corey
flouring mills at Williamson.
The Belinda street bridge over tho
Saginaw river between Bay City and
West Bay City-.has been opened for
use. It took over six months to build
it. It is 1,042 feet long and cost $05,000.
The comfortable salary of $10,000 a
year will be paid to ex-Congressman
William C. Maybury, who has accepted
the position of managing director of
the Standard Life & Accident Insur
ance company. ,
(iladstone, at present the deep water
terminus of the Soo road, with a popu
lation of 2,000 souls, is to experience a
boom, if a company just organized for
that purpose with a capital at $5,000,
000 can work it up.
A train consisting of twenty-two
cars laden with between 1,500 and 1,
000 bedroom suits left Grand Rapids
en route for San Francisco on Satur
day. The shipment was made by the
McCord & Bradfield Furniture com
pany. Residents of Detreit have purchased
an elegant silver punch bowl, valued
at $3,500, for presentation to the crew
of the new cruiser named in honor of
their city, which has just been com
pleted at the Columbian iron works in
In tho preliminary examination of
Engineer Tate, charged with being re
sponsible for the recent terrible acci
dent on the Grand Rapids fc Indiana
road, the evidence was not considered
sufficient to hold him, and the case
For a New Railroad.
Battle Creek, Feb. 2S. O. F. M.
Huffman, of Chicago, is at the head of
a company which proposes to build a
railroad, provided $105,000 is subscribed
as a bonus. If this is done the com
pany will incorporate with a capital of
?2.500,000. The proposed route is from
Mount Pleasant on tho north and
Marshall, Jackson, Kalamazoo and
Battle Creek on the south.
Killed on Account of a Woman.
Allegan, Feb. 28. Albert Reynolds
shot and instantly killed Bert Moore
Monday morning. Rcvnolds claimed
that Moore had alienated the affections
of his wife. After the shooting Reyn
olds broke away from those who at
tempted to detain him and, running to
the sheriff's office, gave himself up.
' A Detroit Nomination.
Detroit, Feb. 25. Fred II. Warren
liia been nominated by the democrats
for judge of the recorder's court
1 To the Fair All Things Are Fair.
At the dressmakers or modistes' worn
en 9 frequently heard to say, "Violet
and; heliotrope used to be such becoming
colors to tne; now they do mo scant fa
vor," etc. This is due to the fact, in
many instances,- that the crimson pur
ples have had their day, and the metallic
gTayor blue purples are "in," and to
very many persons these colors are ex
tremely trying. The pure violet known
as eminaxuo, rr pontifical, is far more be
coming, tmt women who hnvo not very
fair or clear, rosy complexions are ad
vised to eschew purplo in nil its color
ramifications, no matter how fashionable
thi$ dyo may be.
"210X7 to Ours All S&inDIso&sos."
Simply apply 4,S watne's Ointment." No in
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Itch, all erruptlonHon the face, hands, nose, &o
leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its
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by no other remedy. Ask your druggist tor
Prosecuting Attorney Streeter.' of Han
cock, is still dangerously ill.
Happy and content is a home with "The Ro
chester," a lamp with the light of the morning.
The First State bank of Evatt has lieen
authorized to commence business with a
capital of $15,000.
Very Much Surprised.
I have been afflicted with neuralgia for
ovei two years, have tried physicians and all
known remedies, but found no permanent
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Great German Liniment and it gave me In
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A. B. Snell.
Hamilton, Mich., April 11, 1891.
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IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.
Late of LONDON, now of
Ha Visited Southern Michigan for
hundreds, and effected some or the most wonderful Cures ever made in the State.
Ask your friends and nofchbors about Dr. ITolman 8. Humphrey. There is scarcely a oelg-hborhood In the county that has net bad the
benefit of tho doctor's wonderful skill, and rarely a family which has not bad ono or more of its members snatched from death ana restored
to health after all hope had boeu given up and the family physician had pronounced tho case incurable. If afflicted do not Call to ooDault. this
most euilueut physician aud surgeon. All examinations, oousultatloua sud advioe free.
IN OWOSSO ONE DAY ONLY,
OFFICE AT THE WILDERMUTH HOUSE.
Examination l'ree to All.
Although the doctor is in many cases
compelled to u?e expensive instrument!
and chemicals In making analyses, micro
scopio and other ecientlllo examinations,
yet he makes no charges to anyono, belles
ing It to be a part of the physician's duty
to ascertain the patient's true condition
without expense to the sufferer. When
over and wherever Dr. Humphrey decides
to locate a monthly visit crowds flock to
soo him. and no vondcr, for by tho first ex
amination, and often without asking' a
question, ho tells tho Invalid what the
trouble is, and tho prospect of a cure, and
most wonderful of all ho values his first
Impression and first look at a patient more
than all else, and Dr. Humphrey is never
mistaken in his dinpnoRis in nny enso.
The doctor's methods differ markedly
from tho treneral practitioner In all re
spects. Following thoplnn of St. George's
Hospital of IiOtulon, no registers every
S articular as to the patient's physical con
it'.on and mental state. The condition of
each organ, locution of r.ny and all dis
eased purts. and whether sympathetic or
organic, together with the amount and
nature of the disease. In this way tho en
tire amount of vital energies aro readily
computed and tho restoring power of tho
body measured j-gainst tho force and en
ergy and destructive capabilities of tho dis
ease. Thus knowing tho actual condition
of the tissues and tho etfeot of specific
medicines upon every structure of the
body, unlike most doctors, he is enabled to
eay positively whether any given case Is
curable or not, and run also giro the ap
proximate time an expense of treatment,
and would here point out tho utter de
lusion cherished ny many patients that
they ought to get well in a few days or
weeks, notwithstanding the fact that they
have suffered for years.
Delays Are Dangerous.
Many diseases rre so deceptive that hundreds are ailing with
dangerous, yet insidious, maladies, ail unconscious of their trun
condition. Tbey know they are not well, but aro entirely Ignorant
of tho deadly fangs fastening upon some vital organ, which must
sooner or later utterly destroy them uuless rescued bv a skilled
hand. Aro you afflicted? Your ense may be easily ourabfi now, but
remember, every moment of neglect brings you nearer the day
when an incurable stage may supervene, when the most skillful
physician can render you no assistance. Tho present la ours. The
future may be too lats.
A Life f Experience and Opportunity.
Dr. Humphrey's entire life has been devoted to the study and work
of his profession, and is rich in practical experience In hospital, dis
pensary and private practice, and many of the truly wonderful
things no has seen and done, if told, would read more like fiction than
sober truth, in the great hospitals of Europe his opportunities have
been second to no living man's; not only so, but he has thoroughly
traveled, and his views of life, disease, etc, are so broad and cosmo
politan that like a Gould or a Vanderbilt in railroad business, he
keeps watch of and overlooks the entire medical world constantly.
The methods of McKenzle, Virchow, Pasteur, Koch, Brown-Sequard,
M. Bergeon, Fothorgill, Bernard, etc, aro as familiar t him as to
thomselves, and while over ready to grasp and retain a fact, he holds
fast to old friends tenaciously, and makes new onea cautiously, ex
perience having longlnoe proven that one old truth well applied is
worth a dozen conjectures however plausible.
Latest Discoveries and Improvements,
Dr. Humphrey Is tho only physician who
has haC tho special advantage of European
hospital studies in microscopy of the blood
ank tissues, who carries with him a full line of
instruments and apparatus for making strict
ly scientific examinations of the various text
ures and secretions or tno tKxiy, as tno urine,
blood, discharcres of anv kind, catarrhal se
cretions, etc, etc.. which examinations aro now
considered indispensable to a correct diagnosis
in an rorms or ooscuro ana chronio aiseases.
As very few doctors outside tho large cities are
thus prepared with coctly outfit of inicroscoplo
und other essential instruments for making a
strictly Hrst-clsss diagnosis In many cases, the
.iHflMctod would do well to call upon the doctor
jnnd get his opinion and leara whether the
Idoors of hone aro vet oncn or forever closed
f! against them.
There comes a Turning point in tne course
of every disease; this Is especially true of all
progressive diseases, all or any of which are
curable up to a certain time; that is, until
such tissue change in somo Important oriran
Free Urinalysis (Examination of Urine).
Vs bring from two to four ounces of the first urine passed in tho morning for examination. While Dr. Humphrey's permanent address Is
R Chicago, HI., owing to tho large number of patients In Southern Michigan and Northeastern Indiana and Ohio, he has located a branch
ofilceand dispensary at Hillsdale, Mionigan,
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the past Year, and during these visits has examined and prescribed for
Dp. nOLMAN S. DUMPDREY
Curc3 alter nil others Fail.
or organs has taken place, as to affect the
proper function of said organ and finally
break down the actual structure Itself.
Even In some cases when this has happened
unusual thill may stop tho destructive oper
ation, stay the inroads of tho disease, and
f-ive the patient a comfortable and useful
ife. Other cases, if neglected, after passing
a certain stage, die in spito of all that skill
can do. Hence It is not only dangerous to do
lay, but ofttlmes criminal, for most all of ns
live for those wo love, far moro than for
ourselves, and It Is a crime Against these to
neglect ourselves until premature death
closes the scono.
Dlsenses of Women,
uch ai havo baffled tho skill of all other
physicians and their remedies. Dr. Humph
rey quickly cures. Cancer, tumors, fibroid
and polypoid growths cured without the
use of the knilo or caustics. No cutting,
no pain, no danger.
Manhood Perfectly Restored.
Quick, painless and eertsln cure for impo
All persons suffering with obscuro diseases, or
wnere an tetters irom ints section can oe aaarosseo. uor. worth and imad Sts.
STRENGTH, FLAVOR A CHEAPNESS..
The doctor treats no acute diseases, but de
rotes his wholo time to the treatment of
chronic and long standing and surgical dis
cuses; cases given up by other doctors and pro
nounced inourablo, ho most desires to see. Dr.
Humphrey has bad nearly 3,(100 cures In the
eta to of Michigan, while his patients all told In
Minnesota, Winconsln, Illinois. Alabama, Ten
nessee, Georgia, Ohio and IndinuA, have been
fully live times that number; nearly two-thirds
of these sufferers were given up as hopeless
invalids, some to be blind, some dear, and
others a prey to scrofula, chronio kidney dis
ease, consumption, destructive female troubles.
Among others, hundreds of children hopeless
ly deformed. But behold how many of them
pee and hour, while neurly all are rapidly
The doctor is surrounded with tha finest and
most extensive collection of instruments ever
imported to this country for examining and
treating all forms of chronio ailments of the
head, face, eye, ear, throat, chest, lungs, heart,
stomach, liver, spleen, kidneys, bowels, repro
ductive organs, urinary organs, brain and
nervous system, paralysis, growths, Joint dis
eases, piles, hip diseases, sciatica, skin diseases,
ulcers and every form of weakness of either
The doctor a specific medicines iro straight to
tho diseased organ, and can be pliiuly felt at
work in the diseased parts very shortly aftor
their use Is begun. They are ploasant to take,
mild but searching in action, yet ngroe with
the most delicate lady or child, do not reduce
the strength, and can bo used while at the
usual occupation, ns many patients still able
for hard work and close attention to buslnees
aro often slowly, surely, yet unconsciously
dying, knowing themselves ill, yet deceived
into a false security, they procrastinate and
put off the matter until tho caso is rendered
Incurable. The doctor earnestly requests all
persons under treatment to write him often, a
aavice may do necessary weex aiier weox in w
order to push any given case on as rapidly as M
possible, and a good common-sense statement
on the part of the patient by mail la tho next
thing to a personal consultation.
Facts for Men of All Ages.
By rcn?on of false modesty tho youth of our land are kept In
ignorance of the serious results which certain solitary and indiscreet
practices produce. These vices If persisted In eventually undermine
the constitution, induce nervous debility and early decay, organio
weakness, premature loss of the manly powers. Involuntary lost of
vital fluids, general prostration, and oftentimes imbecility and
chronic epilepsy. Of all maladies afflicting mankind there is
probably none about which the oommon family doctor in general
practice knows so little, yet no sufferers need the attention of the
experienced specialist more than these, and here we have to minister
to a diseased body, a diseased mind, and imaginations filled with
morbid desires and fearful apprehensions. Dr. Humphrey's un
paralleled sucooss with these unfortunate arises not only from the
fact of the most scientific and specific medication known either In
this or any other country, but also to tho fact of the direct Influence
of his powerful will upon the peculiar mental depression always
found In such cases, by which he Is enabled to infuse a part of his
own energy into their bopjloss lives. Were not all such cases held
in the mopt sacred confidence the doctor could print letters from
thousands of grateful patients who have been cured, and are to-day
perfect men, physically and mentally. Disease or debility of the re
productive organs of either sex rapidly destroys the energies of both
oody and mind, robs the step of its elasticity, dims the oright eye.
pales tho cheek, develops cowardice, and often destroys tho brightest
intellect. The reproductive function la tho mainspring of animal
life preserve It at all hazards.
tence, lost manhood, spermatorrhoea, losses,
weakness and nervous debility, also for pros
tatitis, varicocele and all private diseases,
whether from Imprudent habits of youth or
sexual excesses in mature years, or any cause
that debilitates the sexual functions, speedily
and permanently cured. Consultation free
and strlotlr confidential. Absolute cures guar
anteed. No risk Incurred.
Epilepsy or Fits scientifically treated and
positively cured by a never-failing method. ,
rersona unsltillfally treated by Ignorant
pretenders who keep trilling with them month
after month, giving poisonous and injurious
compounds, should call and see the doctor.
Wonderful Cures by my improved method
of treatment accomplished in nervous debilltv.
premature decllneof manly powers.and kindred
affections, which have been neglected or un-
nkiiiruiiy treated, wo experiments or failures.
Patients treated by mall and medicines sent
by express. Personal consultation preferable,
we guarantee ourablo cases.
suspected kidney affections, would do well to
consultation In strictest eonfldenee.