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Gftts What is Bet'.3r than a For.
tune from the Klondike
She Tells In Her Own Way How
" For about two years I Wl troubled
with scrofula. Great aorea . k out
very little while. 1 followed prescript
tioua witbout obtaining any relief. At
last I procured a bottle of Hood 'a 8arsa
parilla and it did me good, and Anally
enrc I ma. I him ncv r had any scrofula
trouble since aad never felt as well in my
life an I do umr. I have always been af
flicted with Hick headaches, bat since 1
bWsa to late Hood's Sarsaparilla and
Hood's Pi:' I am cured of these and
I can Hiak only in prr.iBe of the medicine
thp.t has done no much for me." Mas.
Addif. Aixkn, Carson City, Michigan.
Hood's ' parilla
Is the best in f;ict the One True Blood Purifier.
f i . six for 3. C I Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.
HnnrT Pills cure liver lUs. easy totake,
ivjisn a w i ,, , ,v to operate 25 cents.
THE OWOSSO TIMES.
EDMUND O. DEWKY. Editor.
Owosso, Mich.. Friday, Dkc. 16, 1898.
Y. M. C. 4.
Next Sunday will be Association day.
The eleventh anniversary of the organi
cation of the Owosso Association will be
observed with a public service in the
Baptist church at 7:30 o'clock, when Rev.
Fayette L. Thompson, pastor of tho Cen
tral M. E. church, Lansing, will give an
address; subject, "Perils and Promises of
Twentieth Century Manhood." Mr.
Thompson is a splendid speaker and the
address will be a masterly one.
The'men's meeting at 4 o'clock will be
appropriate to the day, and will be ad
dressed by a good speaker.
Rev. W. C. Allen gave an extremely
practical address at the men's meeting
last Sunday. He commended in the
highest terms the work of the Y. M. C.A.
and told of a meeting being in Pontiac
that same hour to perfect the organiza
tion of an Association there. He urged
the young men to talk up, to pray
op and to use their money to build
up the work here, and to, in a business
like way, so impress upon their Iriends
the value of the Association that they
would all become identified with it.
Last week the evening classes began
work with good attendance and interest.
The vocal music class opened Tuesday
evening and will do practical work. Cho
rus work was begun last night and a large
number of the members will meet with
Miss Swart after the regular class session
each Tuesdag evening to practice for the
The penmanship class began work on
Wednesday evening with fourteen pupils.
At the close of the class Prof. Cadman
gave an interesting talk on commercial
law. This will be a regular feature of
Ai o:io me Baine evening, me ciass in
arithmetic was opened.
Mr. A. F. Benson will give practical
work in this studv and it affords a splen
did opportunity to young men to im
prove in this line.
Probably the most popular work ever
undertaken by the Y. M. C. A. of Owos
so, is that of the Congress which opened
on Friday night last. Twenty-four oi
the members were present to take up the
work. Geo. T. Campbell chairman of
the educational committee called the
meeting to order and after briefly stating
the purpose of this work called upon
Secretary VanNess to further explain its
object. The assigning of seatn was then
taken up, each member being given a
state to represent. He is to Btudy its con
ditions and needs and so familiarize him
self with it that he will be able to intel
ligently vote on measures proposed.
O. L. Sprague, Wis., was elected speak
er. Rep. E. W. Woodward, of Mich.,
FOR THE DELICATE GIRL
You have tried iron and
other tonics. But she keeps
pale and thin. Her sallow
complexion worries you. Per
haps she has a little hacking
cough also. Her head aches ;
and she cannot study. Give her
scoffs Emulsion I
The oil will feed her wasting
body ; the glycerine will soothe
her cough, and the hypophos
phites will give new power and
vigor to her nerves and brain.
Never say you 44 cannot
take cod-liver oil until you
have tried Scott's Emulsion.
You will be obliged to change
your opinion at once. Children
especially become very fond
of it; and infants do not know
when it is added to their food.
Vc and $i on ; til druggists.
SCOTT St PJOWNt, Chrmists, Nrw York, i
in a bright speech presented the speaker
with a gavel made of Michigan wood.
The form of organization will be t hat
of the National House of Representatives
and the House rules will be folio - d as
far as poneible. The Congress will be a
splendid school for parliamentary prac
tice, and for the discussion of quei ions
of national importance. Meeting)- will
be held every two weeks.
The annual meeting of the director was
held last evening, and the present offi
cers re-elected. The following statement
is of interest:
FACTS IN FIGURES.
IS Young men's meetings M94 60
l Mixed meeting 204
1. Kul lie 1 1 meeting for men . . . 660
47 Religious servtoes held by Y.
M. C. A SM8 71
Reading Room 81926 sfl
0 Lectures and entertainments... 3701 017
Hooks drawn from library, open
120 days 968 22
New Year's Reception 890
6 Members, reoeptions 368
Gymnasium classes 6
Bath takers 0620 21
Daily attendance 46480 128
Active, 122; Assooiate, 208 S30
Receipts 1,872 72
Disbursements. 1,986 07
Something for the New Year.
The world renowned success of Hostet
ter'i Stomach Bitters, and their continued
popularity for near half a oeDtory as a
stomachic, Is scarcely more wondeilul than
the welcome that greets Mnstetter's Alma
nac. 1 his medical treatise is published by
the M os tetter Company. Pittsburgh, Pa.,
under their own immediate supervision, em
ploying sixty bands in that department.
The issue or same for 1899 will be over
eleven millions, printed in nine languages.
Refer to a copy of it for valuable and inter
esting reading concerning health, and num
erous testimonials as to the efficacy of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The Alma
nac for 1898 can be obtained, free of cost,
from druggists and general country dealers
in all pans of the country.
A JOKE ON A JOKER.
Albert West Swears Never Again to Talk
Politics with a Stranger.
From the Owosso Press :
The friends of Albert West are aware
that he is cautious about getting the
laugh on himself, but never spares the
other fellow, and it is because of this fact
that the genial traveling salesman is do
ing considerable explaining just now.
During his recent trip through the
northwest "Ab" was on the train going
from Duluth to Barnum, and seated di
rectly opposite to him was a remarkably
intelligent looking gentleman whom the
Owossoite concluded must be a knight of
the grip. In a very short time West had
the stranger answering questions and
quite naturally some of them were of a
Among other things the Wolverine de
sired the opinion of his companion on
was the outcome of the congressional
race between Hon. C. A. Towne and
Judge Page Morris, which was to the ef
fect that the race would be a close one,
and would require the official count to
determine the resnlt; whereupon Ab ex
pressed a desire to see Towne defeated,
stating that he had never seen him but
understood that he was a "mouthy cus"
who was capable of talking an arm off the
goddess of liberty.
The conversation continued for some
time, West freely expressing himself as
to Towne's prospects and theory of fin
ance when he chanced to refer to politics
in Owosso. Immediately the stranger
was interested and inquired after several
well known Owosso citizens, and when
he had West's curiosity thoroughly
aroused he laughingly apologized for not
introducing himself before and informed
the astonished West that he was Charles
A. Towne and always delighted to meet
even gold bugs hailing from Owosso.
The conversation during the remainder
of the journey was confined to religion
and Owosso matters, which was frequent
ly interrupted by a hearty laugh from
Towne who thoroughly appreciated his
friends efforts to square hinjlf West
has taken a solemn oath never to open a
conversation with a 3tram?er again until
cards have been exchanged and the oth
er man fully identified.
Don't let the little ones suffer from ecze
ma, or other torturing skin diseases. No
need for It. Doan's Ointment cures. Can't
harm the most delicate skin. At any drug
store, 50 cents.
In the estate of Daniel Byrne, deceased
a decree was granted authorizing the
executor to convey land under compli
ance of a land contract made by the de
ceased while in life.
The final account in the estate of Win.
Eighme, deceased, was rendered and
allowed, and the administrator dis
charged. The same disposition made in the
estate of Josiah Farley deceased.
In the estate of Lulu May Smith, a
minor, an order was made allowing the
aale of a portion of the estate towards her
In the estate of Mary Shaw, deceased
the final account of the executor was al
lowed. The report of the sale of real estate by
the administrator of the estate of C. B.
Chalker, deceased, was confirmed.
In the estate of Emma B. Wheeler.'de
ceased, the final account of the adminis
trator, Judge Kanpuse, was discharged.
Same in the estate of Joseph K. A Id rich,
"Cure the couith and save the life." Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures cough
ami enlds, down to the very verge of Consumption.
"What do I fear?" is a question worth
askinK hy each man or woman. Perhaps
without recognizing it the reader of this
paragraph is being Influenced iu bis or her
dally Mte hy irroundless fears that are ruin
ous to character. The Cosmopolitan Maga
zine bas taken up this subject and is ob
talmug the views of a great mauy promt
neut people, where they are willing to open
their minds frankly. A great many other
prominent people have refused The Cos
mopniiiau's request, being afraid to tell the
public what tli- y fear perhaps even afraid
to confess to themselves what they fear.
The December issue includes statements
from Win. Dean Ho wells, Richard U inker.
Admiral Gherardl, Cbaunoey M Depew,
Viola Allen, Mine. Janauschek and Ella
Wheeler Wilcox. The second series will,
it is promised, be even more interesting.
Work Offered in the University.
The literay department of the University
of Michigan offers to its students 500 dif
ferent courses, covering a range of about
fifty different subjects. Reckoned in terms
of recitation or lecture periods, these cours
es occupy a little oyer 1,400 hours each
half year or semester. As students may
not elect more (ban 10 hours work a week
during any semester of their course, it may
easily be computed that in order to take all
the courses offered in this one department.
a student would be obliged to spend at the
University almost forty-four years of his
life. But this Is only a fraction of the
work done on the Univeisity campus. It
there be added to this period the time re
quired to graduate in the other six depart
ments of the University, the result will be
a total of about sixty years which one
might spend at Ann Arbr before he bad
exhausted the resource!) of the institution,
assuming that the University matte no pro
gress during that period.
The Coming of Baby.
When a baby comes to the house real
happiness comes. The care and anxiety
count for nqtbing against the clinging touch
of the little hands and the sound of tbe lit
tle voice. The highest function given to
human beings is bringing health), happy
children into tbe world. Over thirty years
ago the needs of women appealed to Dr.
Pierce, now chief consulting 'physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
of Buffalo, N. Y. Tbe result or his study
improved by thirty year of practice is em
bodied in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. It strengthens, purifies and makes
healthy the organs distinctly feminine. It
gives weak women tbe sttength and health
necessary for the production of healthy
children and it makes tbe bearing of those
children easy. It is sure to cure any weak
ness or derangament peculiar to women;
stops pain, soothes inflammation, strength
ens, purifies, invigorates.
Joseph Bates, Hope, Mich 28
May Schulz, Owosso 31
Bert S. Gristock, Owosso 22
Edith Goodell, Owosso 21
M. L. Bittell, New Haven 80
M. F. Peareoll, New Haven 18
Homer Somers, Ballentine 38
Mattie Kinney, Caledonia 32
Albert F.Judd, Hazelton 22
Elsie A. Meseraull, Hazelton. 19
Real Estate Transfers.
J. J. Frost to A. Crane and wife, pt lot
7 blk 6, Vernon, $1000.
J. W. Snyder to V. F. GrifBng, pt m
sec 33, Shiawassee, $2500.
H. Clough to E. H. Gould, pt out lot 3,
J. H. Kelly's add, Owosso, $25.
M. L Todd to E. M. and H. J. Miller pt
bw frl sec 7, Caledonia, $775.
A. P. Frank to W. W. Scraper Co., swj
nwj sec 17, Rush, $450.
L. Van Dusen to A. M. Kaiser, und I of
la on swi sec 7, Caledonia, 12800.
O. and D. Bates to R. Harrington, ne
nwj sec 9, Fairfield, $1,000.
W. F. Gallagher to R. & M. Walsh, pt
nwi sec 17, .Caledonia, $1000.
T. Patterson to G. W. Cook, 5a on nwj
see 20, Owosso, $50.
D. M. Christian to A. M. Hume & wife,
iot 12 sub D. W. outlot 7, Owosso, $2000.
F. Launstein to T. A. Iaunstein, pt ne J
Bee 21, Owosso, $2000.
Mrs. J. Whalen to Mrs. A. Corcoran,
lot 24, blk 3, Maple Ridge Pk, $100.
TBE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it la
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio Syrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importa.iee of purchasing the
true and original remecty. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the Calikohnia Fm Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Syrup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It la
far in advance of all other laxatives, '
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it docs not gripe nor
nauseate. I n order to get Its beneficial
effects, please rememlxr the name cf
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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How's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cur
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We tbe undersigned, have known F J.
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The Christmas Horse Review.
Tbe Annual Holiday number of Tbe
Horse Review (Chicago) issued Tues
day, Dec. 13, aud tbe publisher prom
ises that it will be equal, If not superior, to
any of its predecessors. Tbe able writer
"Trotwood" coutrlbutes a splendid story,
an excellent poem, and an Ole Wasb sketch.
Murray Howe has written a defence of tbe
use or Toe Weights, which will Interest
and Instruct every horseman Joseph Cairn
Simpson writes on Early Racing in and
about Chicago "Rio Alto" tells of the Palo
Alto broodmares whoe combined produce
has sold for a million dollars. Late por
traits and sometnuig new about tbe living
sons of Hambletauiau 10, of which a scant
dozen remain, is a hading contribution.
There will be storlea and poems and thus
trations in plenty together with an array of
horse lore, so that the number will be a li
brary in itself. The supplements will por
tray the leading road riders of America, the
whole will be enclosed within a handsome
ly colored lithographed cover, and In fact
this special numter promises to surpass
The Horse Review's previous efforts In this
direction, Its literary features alone render
ing it worth its price to almost any one, re
gardless ot his interest in fine horses. Tbe
price postpaid, Is 25 cent per copy, and
orders should be sent to The Horse Review
Co., Chicago, 111.
Was Nearly Insane.
I was afflicted with erysipelas and be
came almost insane with my sufferings. I
improved somewhat but did not gain
strength until 1 began taking Hood's Sar
saparilla which put me on my feet. My
husband has been benefitted by Hood's Sar
saparllla " Mrs. M. Z Hudson, 409 Cap
itol Avenue, Lansing, Michigan.
ROPE BREAKS AT A HANGING.
Body or the Victim FhIIh to tlir Ground
tBSwSMl HI tempt SurM'HfuI.
Norfolk, Va.. Dec. 10 John Andersen,
the condemned murderer of Mate
Saunders, of the schooner Olive Pecker,
was executed In the city Jail yesterday.
The trap was sprung, and Andersen's
body shot downward. The rope parted
Just Inside the knot and his body fell
to the cobblestones. OftV.ers and wit
ness rushed to the b and snatched
the cap from his hefj io find blood ooz
ing from mouth. and eyes. Ander
sen was carrho up the stairs to th
platform, ayt: placed In a chair bul
The oth;' end of the nme was adlnnt
ed arounr. his neck. He was raised to u
standing position and the straps again
placed on his limbs. While be nir miti-
ported by the officers the trap was again
sprung, in twenty-tnree minutes life
was pronounced extinct. Ten minntpo.
lapsed between the first and second
drops. Andersen's neck was broken.
supposedly py tne last arop.
How To PindOut.
Pill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours, a
sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy
condition of the kidneys; If it stains your
linen it is evidence of kidney trouble; too
frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back
is also convincing proof that tbe kidneys
and bladder are out of ordor.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so oft
en expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of tbe urinary passages. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
in or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often dur
ing the day, and to get up many times dur
ing the night. The mild and the extraordin
ary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best. At
druggists fifty cents or one dollar.
You may have a sample bottle and a book
that tells more about it, both sent absolutely
free by mail, if you send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Hringhamton, N. Y. When
writing be sure and mention that you read
this generrus offer In The Times.
Ann Arbor Itiiilroinl and Wellington R
Hurt Arc Defondnntn.
Columbus, O., Dec. 14. A special from
Toledo, O., says the Merchants' Nation
al bank of BsltinOTS has commenced a
sensational suit In the United States
court against the Ann Arbor railroad
and Wellington R. Burt. The bank al
leges that while Burt was receiver of
the road, through fraud and gross de
celt, he received an order of foreclosure
and sale of the road, and formed a
syndicate to buy In the property val
ued at $10,000,000 for $2,000,000. The pe
tition avers that while receiver, Hurt
formed a syndicate to buy bonds aril
then sold them at a big advance. It
then charges that the purchasers of the
road at once bonded It for $7,000,000 and
issued $7,000,000 common and preferred
stock and asks the court to vacate th
order of foreclosure and sa'e. The H i I -tlmore
bank Is a creditor of the road.
In Its Advanced
And chronic form a cold in the head is
known as Nasal Catarrh and Is the recog
nised source of other disesses. Having
stood the test of continued successful use,
Ely's Cream Balm Is recognized as a specific
for membranal diseases In the nasal pas
sages, and you make a great mistake In not
resorting to this treatment in your own case.
To test it a trial size for 10 cents or the
large for AO cents Is mailed hy Ely Brothers, i
5 Warren Street, New York. Druggists
keep it. I
PRESIDENT AT ATLANTA.
Participating-In the IN Me Jubilew !
hi .linn., or the Hay's tCveut.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 14. The peace
Jubilee which opened here today Is the
first demonstration of Its character held
In the south for fifty years. Then as
now theocca?l n signal zed the termina
tion of a war which resulted beneficially
to the United States, the event
a half century ago being In honor of
the return of the Mexican war veterans.
The business portion of the city is
handsomely decorated. The "Arch of
Peace" at the Intersection of Peach
Tree street and Edgewood avenue was
finished last night Governor Joseph F.
Johnston and the Alabama legislature
with the general assembly of Georgia
received the president this morning on
his arrival, followed by breakfast at the
After this McKlnley and party went
to the capltol, where he was received
by Governor Chandler and escorted to
the house of representatives, after which
he held a public reception In the rotunda.
When that was over the president pro
ceeded to the intersection of Ponce de
Leon avenue and Peach Tree street,
where he will review the floral parade.
This will he the most beautiful feature
of the Jubilee, A reception at the Capi
tal City club at : p. m. will conclude th
events of the day.
CHICAGO'S STREET CAR WAR.
Extension Ordinance Kent to a New Com
mittee No tireat Kxrlteiaent.
Chicago, Dec. 13. The ordinance ex
tending the licenses of the Chicago
street car companies for fifty years
came up In the city council last night
and was referred to the council com
mittee on railroads. On all the votes
touching the ordinance the friends of the
measure were In a strong minority, and
unless they can muster much greater
strength there is no probability that
they will ever be able to pass it over
the veto of Mayor Harrison.
Contrary to general expectation there
was little excitement around the city
hall, and although the council chamber
was packed to suffoeauoti, and the
crowd filled the outside corridors the
number of people present was but a lit
tle larger than usual. The railroad
committee which now has theordinance
In charge is composed of thirteen mem
bers, eleven of whom voted last at
friends of the franchise extension.
A resolution that no ordinance what
ever extending the existing street rail
way franchises shall be passed until
the so-called Allen law shall have been
repealed was defeated by a vote of 38
Miller Wln the Wheel Race.
New York, Dec. 12. Charles W.
Miller, of Chicago, last year's six-day
champion, won the great race at Madi
son Square Garden again this year,
beating the world's record, his own, by
twenty-four miles, leading the next
man to him, Frank Waller, of Boston,
by twenty-two miles, and making a
record of 2,007 miles. Pierce, the Cana
dian, was third, more than 100 miles be
hind Miller. Of all the foreigners in
the race, the only two to finish were
Julius, and Hall, they were far behind
all the others who finished. Julius was
last and "Teddy" Hale, the Irishman
who In 1896 won the championship, was
next to last, having Just managed to
get over the 1,500 miles. Thirty-two men
started last Monday and only twelve
Itae Hull Min aies In Reunion.
New York, Dec, 14. The annual meet
ing of the Rllotal Base Ball League
representatives hi ?an yesterday. The
principal topics discussed were the
change in the management of the New
York club and the proposal to sell or
trade Pitchers Rusle and Meekln and
Second Baseman Gleason by the local
David A. Wells' Widow Dead.
Norwich, Conn., Dec. 13. Mrs. Ellen
Augusta Wells, widow of the late Da
vid A. Wells, died suddenly at the fam
ily residence here yesterday from ap
oplexy. She was about 70 years old.
Price on Steel to Advance.
Pittsburg, Dec. 14. Prices on all
grades and gauges of black steel and
galvanized iron sheets will be advanced
probably from 10 to 12 per cent over
present rates within a few days.
Chicago Grain and Prodne.
Chicago, Deo. 13.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
December ...$ .63 $ .64 $ .64 $ .64
May 65 .65 .65 .66
July 64 .64 .64 .64
December ... .33 .83 .S3 .83
May 34 .84 .34 .84
July 34 .86 .84 .84
December ... .25 .26 .25 .26
May 26 .26 .26 .26
January 9.45 9.50 9.35 9.35
May 9.70 9.72 9.60 9.60
January 6.25 6.25 6.17 6.20
May 5.42 6.47 6.37 6.37
Produce: Butter Extra creamer
ies, 19d9c per 7b; extra dairies, 16
17c; fresh packing stock. ll12c. Eggs
Fresh stock, 21 per dozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys, 9)llc per lb; chick
ens, 66c; ducks, 67c; geese, 67c
per lb. Potatoes Common to choice,
28?f36c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illi
nois, 75$1.50 per bbl. Apples Com
mon to fancy, $2.003.76 per bbl. Cran
berriesWisconsin bell and bugle, $6.00
ChlcHirn Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
42,000; sales ranged at $2.903.40 for
pigs. $3.30fff3.47 for light. $3.303.85 for
rough packing, $,.J53.4i for mixed,
and $3.37Vfin.f.2 for heavy packing
and shlpi li g lots. Cattle- Estimated
receipt1 for the fly, 1,600; quotations
rangeti at $6.7096.90 Christ reus beeves,
$5.?O0)5.68 choice i" extra si. -its. $4,660
5.10 g od to cl-oire 4.4.i(&l4.90 for
fair to good, ?4 !f ' (' common to me
dium do.. $8.8604.80 hutrhers' steers.
$..( !'v I 0 fi d westfct tea s, $2.so4.30
feedini Steers, fc cows, $2.60p:'
i.','. heifers. $2.60&4.2 I ulls, oxen and
1.20 Teas itet is, and $3...o
veal ealvei Bheep and Lambs
Ei mated receipts for the day, 7,000;
quotation! ranged .it If, iofr4.25 west
erns, It.iOO.zl natives, and $3.75(JT5.30
Milwaukee, Dec, 1...
Wheat -Higher; No. 1 northern,
4c; No. ncrthern. fiMi(u64c. Oats
Higher; 27028c. Rye Dull; No. L
6853c. Barley Quiet; No. 2, mi
4Hc; sample. 40(S I7c.
Detroit, Dec. IS.
Whest Cash white. 67c; red. 7c;
December, 67c; May, 69c. Corn
Cash. 86c. Oats 29 c Rye 64 c
Bean tho lm Mna 'uu naw
TL . J M... II l I
For s merciless critic commend us to the
The man who Is In love with himself has
no fear of being jilted.
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pany. The verdict was fcr $10,000. The
plaintiff i: a 14-year-old boy. Ii i8
claimed that the car was overcrowded
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Steamer Hunk On" I'enhtigo.
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line, is sunk in eighteen feet of water
off Peshtigo, having been cut through
by the ice. She was run into shoal
water and lies with her tower deck a
foot under the Burface.
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New York. Dec. 9. Efforts) to ssjs
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tlTS-sleot from Utah, from taking Ufe
seat in the Fifty-sixth congreaa, fce
auae he Is a polygarnist and advooatssj
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