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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
MICH1QAW. Robert Young and Mary Un'-inson arrested at ii rand Kapid for child ntui u-i . T be fire relief committee :v Dttntt u the 1W.Ii, baa received ueurly fMyOUO. (iov. Jer oiue has issued am 'Hum pit.. ..uuutuni Kivuitf the result of his perboual obaei vatiou aud up pealing for aid. Myron M. Maxon formtrl a druggist at Hudsou died recently at Koeiter, ('!. Abrabaiu Urisbois was found dead in bed at Kcorse on the l n h. He bad beeu shot and tbe caae is Involved in mystery. John CL Heck witb of Elba while drunk shot Warren (iiern in tbe band on tbe atreeta of Lapeer. A vendetta between two families at Mayfield resulted in the shooting of Jinn Tuttle and Win. Heed. Both are badly wounded. Mollie Velker aged 15 suicided by shooting at Detroit because ber lover bad renounced ber. Hon. Peiry Hannab, E. H. Vandeusen and E. M. Wells bave been at Big Rapids looking up a site for tbe new iusaue asylum. A new tub and pail factory is to be built at Big Rapids at once. Tbe postofnces at Lyra, Sanilac county, and at Ubley, Huron county, bave been discontinu ed, and tbe malls go to Bad Axe; also, tbe post-office at Pine Hall, Sanilac couuty, aud tbe mails go to Lexington. Tbe Rev Dewey Jones. Jr., of Burlington, Vt, has accepted a call to tbe pastorate of tbe (.'ongregatmual church of Wheatland, Hills dale couuty. He has already eutcrod upou bis duties. Black lake bas been rechrislened its old In dian name, Macatawa lake. A company bave PnroiMttl 850 acres of fine forest at the mouth of the lake for cottage grounds and summer resort purposes. Over SlOt.i.000 baa been received by tbe De troit fire relief committee to tbe 20th. Nearly all of It bad beeu disbursed. Beuj. Vernoi of Detroit, has beeu appointed by (lov. Jerome upon tbe insurance policy commission. The family of Fred Schmoke narrowly es caped with their lives from their burning dwelling at East Saginaw. The body of an uukuowo man was found in Hlack river at Fort Huron, in a badly decom posed state. It was dressed in a good suit of dark clothing. Three dollar! weie found in the pocket and also a bottle of whisky. Ed. Marshall of South Haven, while at work, bung nil now clothes on the fence, while wear ing some old ones. A stray cow devoured part of his new suit; and he is now iu favor of a severe law to restrain cattle from running at large. The following has been sent by the Detroit central relief committee to tbe relief committees of Port Huron, East bagiuaw, Sagiuaw City, nay t'lty and Flint. Cm of Detroit, Mayor's Okkice, September 22, l-M. Gentlemen The immediate wants of the sufferers by fire, arising from hunger and des titution, having beeu temporarily relieved, it teems tons that the time has arrived when a comprehensive plan of co-operation should he arranged between the relief committees of Detroit, Port Huron, East Satrinaw, Saginaw City, Bay City aud Flint. It is probable tbit the contributions of the charitable ef the ua tion that bave been made, aud are likely to be made, will fall far tbort of being sufficient to support tbe sufferers until they can be enabled to support themselves by tilling their land. It Is therefore eapecially necessary that a plan of co-operation should be agreed upou between us that will prevent tbe duplicating of supplies to any localities. We respectfully invite you to meet as, and representatives of the other relief committees above referred to m Detroit at this ottice, lues day the 27tb inst. at 11 a. m. Very respectfully, WM. (i. THOMPSON, Chairman Detroit Relief Committee In the Young-Robini' .n child murder case at (iraud Rapids the corouers jury find that there win sufficient arseuic iu the child's stoai ach to bave cauted death, but fail to determine that death was caused by its preseuce, as the child had been suffering from inllaiuation of tbe stomach and intestines. Thomas D. McLee, a professional burglar aud thief, was found on Thursday mern.ug, 22d, In the residence of Dr. Addington, at Belleview, the doctor and wire being in liunalo, in. y.., on a visit. Deputy Sheriff Holland was notified and went and caught the fellow. He had dressed himself in a complete suit of the doctor's clothing, including a ii.it. In a small bundle he bad several small articles including a fin riig. When ca'igut li6 s.xid, "(i -ntie men, this is my profession. I am a thief." G. T. R. R., Detroit to New York fL Boston Boston and return $ id. Tbe barn and grain stacks of lieorge Mills a mile south of Plaiuwoll, vve struck by ligbtuiag and burne'l, with . i bushels of wheat, 270 buthelt of oats and a quantity of hay. Hie grain was covered by f l.UUU msur ance; barn uninsured. The Detroit relief committee bad received $117,000 to and including 21th. Boston's subscription the fire fund mounted to over $40,000. The barn owned by the Michigan State In urance company of Adrian, on tbe Vanakin farm, east of Hudson, was entirely consumed by fire ei the 23d. A new separator aud 20 tons of hay, w re also burned. Loss estimated at $1,000 with some insurance. Cbas. H. Fisk fell out of a third story win dow at the Hawking house, Ypsilauti on Fri day night the d.i l. and was instantly killed. The receipts of the Detroit fire relief cmi mlttee to the 25th amounted to over $12o,000. MISCELLANEOUS. Sergt Mason is to be courtmartialed for thootiug at Guiteau. wen. Logan ana i.m uamerou express themselves as positive that an extra session of Congress will be called at au early day. Cyrus W. Fieid M again moving in bis project of raising a quarter-million fund as a national girt for the support of Mrs, Garfield and her family. Guiteau manifested no emotion when in formed of President Garfield's death. Tbe rolling mills of the Georgia Iron Works at Atlanta burned. Loss $15,000. Insurance $50,000. Mr. Swift of the Rochester observatory re porta that another comet was discovered at al most the exact moment of the President's death. Four comets are bow to be seen witb a telescope. Sixty men employed by the Louisville bridge and iren company struck for au advance of 50 cents per day. Policemen were sent for to Eut them off the premises after they were paid ut there were no collisions. Gov. Long and tbe entire state officers have been renominated by the Massachusetts Re publican convention. Savannah strikers attacked a train bringing laborers and wero charged by the police. The goveraor of Georgia issued a proclam ation declaring that the Uwb should be en forced . Neatly $300,000 hat been tubscribed to the ttarfield fund. It it thought that at the October sessioa of the senate the President will appoint Judge. Clifford's successor ou the supreme bench. Three men boarded a train en the Iron Mountain road In Arkansas, on the night of the 22nd. Thsy covered the conductor with their revolvers, robbed him, and then marched him through the train, robbing passengers as they went. From the safe in the express car they secure ! about $1H,000. Wheu they bad completed their work they escaped, j he rail road baa offered a reward of $5,io.) ami the state of $500 each for their arrest. Over $800,000 had beeu subscribed to the Gerfield fund to the 25th. It is thought thai the Indian troubles iu Arizoua are en 'ed. It is reported that nearly all the savages that have been on the war-path are going to the forts and surrendering. It Is reported that in April last Secretary Hunt treated Mr. Arthur with rudeness ou one occasion aud because of this It is thought that his removal from office is certain. There Is talk of Judge Thomas Settle of Florida for the place, at the representative of southern Republicans. Singular and doubtless unreliable stories re tecting upon the report or tie Garfield au topsy are in circulation. K it said that the surgeons will make a full and detailed state ment regarding the case at the proper lime. Total exports of provisions, tallow and diary produc's for Augett, $507,006 lest than in 1RM). Detroit exported V,0M against $3,984 la 18Kt. The President ha ordered tbe official mall hent to the White i .an 1 that building will be ii ed f... tranction of business. The official force of me late President 1b re tained, including J. Stanley Brown, who will aid J. C. Reid In private secretary duty. Seven iipooiiitineuts were ui.ide ou the 21th. all or postmasters In the territories, ihesehad all DMO decided upon previous to Mr. Uarfield's prostiatioii. A train on tbe Pennsylvania railroad carrying a coinmandery of Kiitgn't Templar and a num ber of newspaper correspondent from ish uigtou to Cleveland the 21th, struck a baud car containing ulue section men on a bridge at Brady's Run near Beaver, Pa., nud'lustantly killed .four, lujunng two so they died Iu a few minutes, while three escaped by jumping. The tram was ruuniug at the rate of 15 miles au hour. FOREIGN. It is announced that the French chambers will lie convenod October 17. It is expected that Ferry's cabinet will resign as soon as the summons is published, bo that a new ministry will te formed by the time the chambers as semble. (jueen Victoria has ordered the court to go Hit" mourning Tor one week for President Gar eld. Tbe grand jury at Loudon, Oat., has refused to indict the captain aud managers of the steamer Vict oria, which capsized on the queen's birthday, for manslaughter. The Scottish chamber of agriculture has planned a land bill for Scotland. Ihii ing a riot at Tubercurry, Ireland, grow iag out of the release of a prisoner, the police were stoned and a chief constable seriously in jured, auJ tbe mob was fired upon and several were severely wouuded. There has been a violent gale on the Danish coast aud 30 vessels are already reported lost. Iu the service at SL Paul's, London, and Wesminster Abbey, on Sunday 25th the death of Presiden" Garield were specially notice 1 as also at other churches in Eng land. A muffled peal of bells was ruug at St. Paul's. Special services were held on Monday 2dth in the Ameri can Presbyterian church at M ntreal. The Lord Bishop of Montreal and other clergy of the Lnglish church officiating. It Is repurted that tbe Land League will bave Boine test cases tried. Ibe Swiss federal tribunal has rejected the appeal from the decision prohibiting the bold ing of the soc altstic I ongress. The Czar has released three bishops of the sect known as Old Believers, who bave been imprisoned for zo years. DETROIT MARKETS. Apples -per bhl Jl no SI 75 iikans Oood unassorted, per bu.. 1 75 J BBMSW ax per lb 20 Bi'TTKii Best urades 27 I iike.sk - oliiu mid J IcniKan, per lb It) Coal Htove and nut 6 25 KiM 6 00 CollM - per I. ii B5 64 MUD FtUMT--Apples, per lb ttHtd - " evaporated iiV". Peaohas 20 00 22 10 Kg as -per dot 10 KKKi--Uran, car Iota, per ton 19 00 Connie middlings Hi 50 & 17 !'. SO S2' 00 (&22 00 $ 7 00 5 50 fa 17 oo (IJ (10 6017 00 -Fine middlings 21 00 FLOL'it White Wheat brunds. Seconds Hay Choice timothy.newcrop Clover, now crop Baled, choice timothy.. Hides Ureen Cured . on ,. 5 00 .16 ,K) .10 00 .10 50 7 IM Hops State U OATS-White 4B -Mixed Onions -per bbl 3 P0 I'kachkh per bu .. 3 00 Potatoes per bu 76 15 45 I 50 B 4 50 85 SAIr -Onondaga 1 30 vi inaw I 2.'i Sweet Potatoes V bbl 3 7 & 4 2' Tallow--per lb .'' 6 wheat -No. 1 white i 39 bit I 40 No. 2 white 1 bti (A 1 i.4 No. 2 red I 43 Wood--per cord .. 4 01 & t; u Detroit Live Stock Market. CA1TLK. Choice shipping Bteers, w cwt B4 5O015 45 Choice butchers' Bteers 4 00(aD4 60 Mixed butchers' stock 3 40(4 00 Feeders 2 50(3 85 Coarse stock 2 50ui3 00 SHEEP. Per 100 lbs 3 60i 00 HOOS. Per loo lbs f5 756 25 The Attenuation of Virus. So long as vaccination stood alone tlic alleged prevention of a malignant disease by the voluntary production of a mild disease by the voluntary prodnc tion of a mild disease of a similar type being a "act unique and unexplained the auti-vaccinationists had a shadowy ground to stand on. How is it possi ble, they asked, to protect life and health by inviting disease V And when they boldly disputed statistics and pro nounced the theory of vaccination delusion, not a few intelligent people were conlounded and prejudiced against a practice which has reduced to comparative feebleness one of the worst ol the plagues ol lormer days. The discoveries made last year by Professor Paste UT in connection will chicken cholera, made vaccination fact no longer unique, and gave a most promising clew to the rationale of its operation in making the system less vulnerable to smallpox. As our read ers will recall, that distinguished inves tigator of microscopic life demonstrated the living virus ot chicken cholera, and proved that by suitable cultivation could be so attenuated or shorn of its malignant qualitv that it would pro duce only a feeble disturbance of the animal organization, which yet sufficed to protect the animal as thoroughly from the more virulent disease as the latter could in case it was not fatal. More recently Professor Pasteur has investigated in a similar way the virus of the splenic fever of cattle, more widely known as anthrax and the Si berian plague; and at the late medical congress in London lie gave an account of a series of discoveries in this new field, which not only add immensely to the scientific assurance of the efficiency of vaccination among men, but put in to the hands of cattle owners the means of arresting adisea.se as destructive to domestic animals as smallpox evsr was to humanity, lie also demonstrates a general method of preparing virus vac cine, based on the attenuating action of oxygen in the air, which makes it probable that a virus can be prepared Which, while it thoroughly protects against smallpox, will be less open to objection than humanized or even bovine virus, since the possibility of conveying at th BUM time any syph ilitic or septic taint will be entirely ob viated. Already these investigations have re sulted in the attenuation of four kinds of virus, bringing under control as ftBOj types of malignant disease. Asa proof of the protective efficiency if the attenuated virus, Profassor Pas teur described the following experi ment. He took fifty sheep and vaccin ated twenty -live of them. A fortnight af iei all of the fifty were inoculated witli the most virulent anthracoid microbe. The twenty-five vaccinated sheep resisted the infection: tlio unvac cinated twenty-live died of splenic fever within fifty hours. Within fifteen days after these results wero made known more than 20,000 sheep and a large number of cattle and horses were van -mated in around Paris. Hnlentijlr. A nn i icaii. The Egyptians placed ft mummy at their festal boards to remind them of immortality. President Arthur's Inaugural. For the fourth time in the history of the Uepublic its Chief Magistrate has been removed by death. All hearts ire filled with grief and horror at the hideous crime which hits darkened our land, and the memorv of the murdered President, his protracted sufferings, his unyielding fortitude, the examnle tnd achievements of his life and the pathos of his death, will forever illu mine the pages of our history. For the lourth time the officer elected by the people and ordained by the Consti tution to fill the vacancy so created, is called upou to assume the executive chair. The wisdom of our fathers in forseeing even the most dire possibi lities, made sure that the government should never be imperiled because of the uncertainty ot human life. Men may die, but the tabnc of free institu tions remain unskaken. No hifflier or more assuring proof could exist of the strength and permanency ef popular government than the fact that though the chosen of the people be struck down, his constitutional successor is peacefully installed, without shock or strain, except the sorrow which mourns the bereavement. All the noble aspi rations of my lamented predecessor, which found expression in his life, the measures devised and suggested during his brief administration to correct the abuses and enforce economy: to ad vance prosperity and promote the gen eral welfare; to insure domestic security and maintain friendly and honorable relations with the nations of the earth will be garnered in the hearts of the people, and it will be my earnest en deavor to profit, and to see that the na tion shall profit, by his example and experience. Prosperity blesses our country. Our fiscal policy, as fixed by law, is well grounded and generally approved; no threatening issue mars our foreign in tercourse, and the wisdom, integrity and thrift of our people may be trust ed to continue undisturbed the present assured career of peace, tranquility and welfare. The gloom and anxiety which have enshrouded our country must make repose especially welcome now No demand for speedy legislation has been heard; no adequate ccasion is ap parent tor an unusual session of Con gress. The Constitution defies the functions and powers of the Executive as clearly as those of either of the other departments f the government, and he must answer for the just exer cise of the discretion it permits, and the performance of the duties it lm poses. Summoned to these high duties and responsibilities, and profoundly con scious ot their magnitude and gravity, I assume the trust imposed by the Con stitution, relying for aid on Divine guidance and the virtue, patriotism and intelligence of the American peo ple. PROCLAMATIONS. By the President of the United States of Amer lea: Wher&tA, In His inscrutable wisdom it has pleased God to remove from us the illustrious head of the nation, James A. (tarfield. lute President of tbe United Statee; and. Wher&is, It Is fittintr that the deep crlef which fills all hearts should manifest itself with one accord toward the throne of Infinite (ii ace. anil that we should how before the Al mighty and seek from Him that consolation iu our affliction aud that sanctiticatiou of our loss which He is able and willivj; to vouchsafe, Notr. therefore. In obedience to tbe sacred duty and In accordance with the desire of the people, I, Chester A. Arthur, President of tbe united stales oi America, ao uerenj appomi Monday next, the Mtb day of September, on which day the remains of our honored aud be loved dead will be consigned to their last restiuir ulace on earth, to be observed iu the United States as a day of humirrtion and noarnlng; and I earnestly recommend all DeODM to assemble on that day in their re tpectlfe places of worship, there to express alike their tribute of sorrowful submission to the will of Almighty God, and their reverence and love for the memory aud character of our late Chief MaiiHtrate. Iu wituess whereof I have hereunto set my band and caused the seal of the United States Lo be affixed. Doneat the City of Washington, tbe 22d of September, In the year or our Lord ll, ana of the Independence of tbe United States in oue hundred and sixth. (Signed) CHESTER A. ARTHUR, By the President: James (. Blaine, Secretary of State. The following day the following proclamation was issued: Bo Iho President ol the United States of Ainorlca A proclamation. Whereas, Objects of Interest to tbe United States reouire that the senate should be con vened at au early date to receive and act upon such communications as may be made to It on the nart of the executive. Now. therefore. I. ('heater A. Arthur, Presi dent of tbe Uuited States, have considered It invdui v to issue this, my proclamation, declai ing that an extraordinary event requires the senate of tbe United States to convene for tbe transaction of busiuess at tbe capitol iu the city of Washington, Moiday tbe 10th of Oct uext, at noon on that day, of which all who shall at i nat time be entitled to act as mem bers of that body are hereby required to take due notice. Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at Washington the 23d day of September, In the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and eighty-one and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and sixth. CHESTER A. ARTHUR. By tbe President. Jamks U. Blaine, Secretary of State. We believe it was Mark Twain who paid a compliment lo well behaved corpses ; and as a usual thing corpses do behave iu a quite and docile manner, although recent occurrences in Iowa and Wisconsin have demonstrated the fal lacy of placing Um much faith upon their good conduct. In the Iowa mse a BUM got out of his coffin during the progress of the funeral, and said further proceedings would be dispensed with. When it was proposed to turn the meeting into a dance he objected, lie said he wasn't going to have his funeral marred by any unseemly levity and if anybody showed disrespect for the remains, the remains would punch his head. That stopped the dance. In the Wisconsin case the clergyman had just finished his sermon, when the corpse sat up and demanded a glass of beer. Of course that stopped the fun eral, and now there is a lawsuit, as the corpse refuses to pay the clergyman any fee, although he claims that he preached the sermon in good faith. An exchange invites Vennor to take a back seat," and a response is made that "he has been kicked" so much he finds is more comfortable standing. Truth and Honor. Query: What It tbe bent family medicine in the world to regnlate the bowels, purify the blood, reinefe cottivenets and biliousness, aid digestion aad tone ap tbe whole system? Truth and honor compels ut to aunwer, Hop Bitters; being pure, perfect and harailess. See auother ooluuin. Toledo HUuk. SCIENTIFIC NOTES. A cistern four feet in diameter will hold ninety-four gallons of water to every foot in depth. A good cement for stopping joints, such as around chimneys and the like, may be made as follows: white lead, as sold in the keg, mixed with enough pure sand to make a stift paste that will not run. It grows hard by expos ure and resists heat, cold and water. Car-wheels made of paper have been in use for some time. Now comes a car-wheel made of sawdust, which is an abundant waste product in the saw mills of the West. The Lumberman describes a model wheel, consisting of an iron rim of seven inches outward diameter by half an inch thick, fitted with a well-proportioned hub, the space between being filled with pine sawdust, pressed in so solidly that we are ready to believe the assertion that ti press ire of twenty-three tons applied to the hub tailed to develop any signs ot weak ness. Shoes ought to be cheaper after this, for the patent on the McKay wax thread sewing machines has expired. It is thought that the royalties on this machine amounted to $1,000,000 a year in this country. One manufacturer, leseph Davis, paid as high as $;i0,000 per annum to the patentee. The basis of the machine was an invention by Lyman It. Ulake, of Abingdon, M;iss., who in loo patented an arm working inside the shoe, and sewing directly through the upper and both soles with out the aid of a welt. Mr. Gordon Mc Kay bought this invention for $8,000, and the Mathias patent, for channeling a shoe, for $0,000. Then, in 1804, Blake placed an alchohol lamp in the arm or "horn, winch kept the wax thread warm and made the machine capable of doing the finest sewing. The main patent was what was called a "process and product" patent, under which it was successfully claimed that no other machine could be put on the market to do the same work. One of the first lot of machines was bought by E. C. Hurt and George Silver, ot New, i ork, but gradually other large raanu facturers came in until it is estimated that there are now 1,800 machines in use, which do the bulk of the machine shoe sewing of the country. The sea of Azoff has a new island about 100 feet in diameter, and 10 feet above the surface of the water. This most recent addition to the territory of Russia is the result of some subter ranean disturbance. The birth of the island was attended with a marine eruption and a fissure in the land. Certain knowledge. We know whereof we affirm whtn we say that Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure h:;s performed' more wonderful cures than any medicine ever brought before tbe American public. Let the poor sufferers from femsle com plaints take courage and rejoice that a painless remedy hat been found. We refer to Lyoia E. Finkham's Veoktablb Compouno. It is pre pared at TSA Western Avenue, Lyun, Mass. Send to Mrs. Piukbam for pamphlets. IIoM(EorATinc Family Medicine Cases aud books, giving concise direc tions for treating all coming ail ments, are a great comfort and a posi tive saving IB every household. The best assortment of all styles and prices is foun l at lioericke & Tafel's Homoeo pathic Pharmacy, 16 Clirk street, Chi cago, 111. Descriptive Price Currents gratis. Business established in iy;;:. A Well-known Citizen of Buffalo CUHKD OF ASTHMA OK TWENTY FIVB YEARS' STANIlINO. Buffalo, N. Y., April, 1879. Dr. W. R. Crumb: Deah Sue I take great pleasure in saying your mode of treating Asthma is truly won derful so Blmple, yet so effective, as I have happily experienced in my own care. I have beeu afflicted more or less the pasttvtenty five years, and for some nights previous lo adopting your specific method of treatment, I had not slept; after only one dose of tbe med icine you gave me, I had a good night's rest, and bave continued to improve in health, until I feel happy and well at my deliverance. I now consider Asthma can be cured, and re commend all Asthmatics to try your skill, with every assurance of success. C. J. Hamilton, Hamilton's Planing Mill, 104 Huron st. Corner Brie and Terrace streets. Call or address W. R. Chumr, M. D., Specialist in Asthma, Hay Fever and all Dis eases of the Throat and Lungs, No. 878 Pearl street, Buffalo, N. Y. Important to Travelers. Spkcial Inducements are offered you by the BuRLiNuroN Route. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found else where in this issue. HOW TO SECURE II HIHI. It teems strange that anyo H will snffur from the many derangementa brought on by an impure condition of the blood, when Scovixl's Sarsafarilla akx Stillinoi a , or Blood and Liver Strup will restore perfect health to the physical organization. It ia indeed a strengthening syrup, ploasant to take, and has proven ittelf to be the best Blood Purifier erer discovered, effectual ly curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders, Weakness of the Kidneys, Erysipilas, Malaria, all Nervoua disorders and Debility. Bilious complaints, and all diseases indi cating an impure condition of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, Skin, etc., and cor rects indigestion. A single bottle will prove to you its merits as a health r newer, for it acts like A charm, especially when the eomplaint is of an exhaustive nature, having tendency to lessen the natural vigor of the lirain and nervous system. HENRY'S CARBOLIC HALVE. The best Salve in the world for Cute, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SalJ Rheum, Tetter, l -happed Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, Freckles and Pimples. The salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Be sure you get Hekry's Car bolic Salve, as all others are but immita tions and counterfeits. Price 25 cents. J AH. .. DAVI8 & CO., Wholesale Druj gists, Detroit, Mieh., Agents. PileTllHeslfPiles!!! A Sure Cure Found at Last. No One Need Suffer. A Sure cure for the Blind, Weeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has lawn discovered by Dr. Williams (an Indian remedy), called Dr. Williams' Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 and 80 yeara standing. No one need suffer five mln Htes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, Instruments, and Elec tuaries do more harm than good, Williams' Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the in tense Itching (particularly at night after get ting warm in bed ), acts as a poultice, gives In stant and painless relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching of tbe private parts, and uoth Ing else. Road what the Hon. J. M. Cofflnherry. of Cleveland, says about Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Mud n. en! : "I have used scores of pile cures, but it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. Wil liam' Indian Ointment." For sale by all druggists, or mailed on re oelpt of price f 1.00. F. S. HENRY & CO., Proprietors, Cleveland, Ohio A KKAND WILLIAM! A OO Aceiu, Detrol A Turtle Fakm. Mr. Mulford Dorlon has a terrapin farm on the shore of Mobile Hay, about thirty miles from Mobile. About three acres are fenced with strong pilings. Two ca nals supply the inclosure with salt wa ter, which flows into a m-.inber of ditches ten feet wide and one hundred feet long. The sand thrown out of the ditches is used by these huge tur tles to sun themselves on, and as places to lav their eggs in. In winter the terrapins remain imbedded in the mud of the ditches without touching a mor sel of food. The present number of terrapins is from twenty to thirty thous and, and three or lour years Irom now their number will doubtless be hard to calculate. It costs about one dollar per doen per season to feed them; they sell for from twelve to seventeen dol lars per dozen in New York. A Hioh Toned Pakty in Cincin- natti. A dinner party was in progress iu t he St. Nicholas hotel, Cmcinnatti. They were all of excellent social and business reputation. Considerable wine had been drunk, and hilarity pre vailed, when a man sprung irom his seat declaring that his watch had been stolen. His companions (excepting one) thought he was joking, and laugh ed at him; but when he grew loud and excited they concluded he was drunk, and tried to quiet him. It was only when he locked the door and proposed a search of every pocket in the room that ins charge was understood as se rious. Then the thief laid the watcli on the table and was permitted to slink eut. A sign of indigestion: "Gone to din ner; he hack in live minutes." "You seem to have a picket me," as tin hoy said to the fence when it de tained him hy the subsequent part of his pants. A leopard never changes his spots. A mosquito does, however. It will settle in a new spot every five seconds, and sing all the time it is changing. PERRY DAVIS' Pain-Kilk A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Sprains AND Bruises, Burns AND Scalds, Toothache AND Headache, Ti A TT WTT T VT Is tbe well-tried and i AllN -IXlJjJjJJXV. trusted friend of all wlm mint it Hurt- Mild naff m cdlcinv whieh ( an be freely used itiUrnnlly or externally, wit unit tear I Harm nnu wnn cermmw ui relief. Its price brings it within the nuiRC of nil, and it u-111 annually save innnv tnneu its cost in doctor bills. Price, J?fl rcf, tlO eWtt. and . OOjcr bottle. DtreaUHU accompany each oolite. TOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Plain and Ornamental Penmanship, Book-keeping and Business Practice, Telegraphy and Shorthand. MAYHBW ACTUAL BUSINESS OOLLHOH lsrienDays the en'IreVesr, and Kvenlngs from Orb ber to April. Vm omrses of study are unsurpassed It em lays elgit Teach OH Ave tie I'lemon and three Ladles. For particulars call at the College, Chamber oi t ommerce ituiuiing, im leirerson Avenue Uu:ud oi inoe entrance anil BUivator or Inelosn .stamp fo i-ampnieii ireiuar, atiuresMiig at octroll, aneli. IRA MAYHEW L.L. D., President. THE GREAT BURLINGTON ROUTE. tfTNo other line runs Three Throtnrii I'n nenjri r Trnlns Dally between Chicago, Dcs wlm-?, ununeu uiuitp, winium. Lincoln, St. Joteph, Atchison, Topekn and Kanwis City. i ii re i connections lor nil potnta in Knnsns, N brnskn, Colorado, Wywninr. Montana, Ne? vn In. New Mexico, Arizonn, Idaho, Oregon ana California. The Shortest, Speediest and Most Com forta M Rnuto via Hannibal to Fort Scott, Denlson, D.dlns, Houston, Austin. San Antonio, Oalvos ton mid all points in Texas. The une)uale(l inducement offored bythll Linn to Travelers nnd Tourists, arc as follows: The oelabrnted Pullman (ln-whcel) Palace 1 eplntr Curs, run only on this Lino.C, B. Q. Palace DruwinK-Hoom Cars, with Horton'fl Iti cliniiur f'liuirs. No extra chnrjre for Boats in KccliniiUf I hairs. The famous CL B. & Q. P lie e Dlnlmr Can. Corneous Smoking Cars Bt tod with Eleannt High-Mucked Rattan Re volving chairs for the exclusivo use of flrst ulass passengers. St. -i Track nnd Superior Equipment, com in ied with tli. ir Great Through Car Arrango-mi-nt, makes this, above all others, the favorite It tlto to the South, South-Wost, and the Far Try it, and you will And traveling a luxury it. -tend ut n discomfort. Thnmgfi Tickets via this Celebrated Line for mm at nil offices in tho United States and 'nnndn, All informntlon nbout Rates of Fare, 81oep 1 o Accommodation!, Time Tables, Ac., ill Ik cheerfully given, and will send Free to P"V vldn-ss an elegant County Map of United awit, lu oulors, by upplyitiK to. . . PMC TAX Ki.l,, Uoneral I'snMnirer Airont, ('hlciMto. T. J. I'OTTKK, (iAneral Mnnrwer, V emgn. Do yon wish voonmin K"0i . nllrl I'sienls" then wrlic lo o i.i. on rVlxm. M. Sprugi ConRrestft Detroit, Mick., A'.tor ncysln Patast CtntM. Kn'shliMb 'j l&veaia. Hondfori; : trot the MRS. LTDIA L PI N HAM. OF LYNI, MAS. 7 r LYDIA E. PINKHAM'; VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is a Positive Cart rbralltbosr Palnrul tioinplalntii and n. ..-. torumiuun luourlitut ii uiiiit' iutuiau". It will cure eatlrrly tlto worst form of Y mnle Com fiUlntd, all ovarian trouble. Inflammation and Ulcers lion, Folllnir mi'l MSJlMSSMtat MM IMS roiim-iie e l.plnal Weakness, and la particularly adaptea 10 in. CliaiHro of Life. It will -llasolve and eipel tumors from tlto uterus ir. an early ttatjtaf development. Tho tf MMM y to can oeroua liuniorsthurals checked very speedily 1 1 Its us It removes! nUiess, flatulency, destroyBaU craving for stimulants, and relieve weakness oriiiestonuui It .-ures nioatlDK. Headaches, Nervous rroetratlor General MUlty, Bleeplessneas. Depreesiou and IuJJ get Mod. That feeling ot bearing flown, causing weigm antl backache, Is ulwaya permanently cured byltaut It w ill at uU MtMS and MMtf all circumstances act U. harmony with tho lawn that govern the feuialo system Cor the cure vf Kidney Coinplaiutn of either ttB this Compound Is uusuri.iw d. r.VUIA E. IMNKUAM'f VEOKTAHLK COM POUND I prepared at ta and 231 Western Avenue Ivnn.Kass. MMtJt Six bottles fer t . Sent by mall h. lie form of pttls, tkUttatlM (OffS ot lOtSSfSi or Int iitnrk'f. II inlni for filler. Mrs. 1'li.khair f re ..ly answers all let! rs of inquiry. Send for pam'.h let Address aa ab-e. JbvWMm " rHkW no family should With BtLTMAK r'NKHAJUl UVKK VILLA, ri'-y euro coiwtli atlun, blllousaaaa and torpidity of Ibe liver. NstBtspar H& r !-'ll by J1 l)rus,'jl""- ' Wholesnl by I-A Kit VN I) Vv 1 1.1,1 A MS.vCo .lie: put T nnr A Month-Agentr w anted uo dps. J JKaollIng articles In the, .forld; 1 eamplerfe. tpfctsiM Address Jay Bronson, Detroit, Mich. afj duration rtinnld s Pos sessed by every JTOBnt hisa ami woman, j ne uest pim-u to get It is a' tin- ttrund HanldiKMUli. Iltuslnesa Colle o. UT W rite tor (Jolltsgu jouruai-t;ui. And all forms of impediment in speecn pei inmeuf .- eared, For circulars and testimonials rrom nnnurii whom we have cui:l, auures.s siuiumeriuK iieu..i! London, Canada. . .aarmilsy's History PHEAFEST i f B L' U t Al tJVFav.Ti'to Viimu'jiirP'S H I KM llf. I ioi:,vv a .- W UUmitJ lc.DI,tionorj aav Biota. On 1 l. rout Cloth, only 1 : i out N THE ShnKrwpimre's CnmpMo WorJs. tintiliHHiicly bound In rlntli, blitck and sold, onlj . U sSBl I. Vsliie's History of IntOSIl l.itkr- atura. 1 liandsonib Mm i iuine. siotb, ouly so cent . Other books ssja uy low. Full OttrlfliV M. 'J"t Fr$t. MANHATTAN BO K CO WOBlD P. O. Bos 4680. t Watt lttu St 1,000 Agctif-s Wanted for Life of GARFIELD It eontalns the full hlt-torv of his very eventful llf an I n,..,.ivi,iwlii. .mi. ii ni to :ts.s:isl i ate hllil. Millions ot ssMunla sninlllni f. r lids btHtk. I lie best eh.inee Ol yi ur llle lo mite liionej ddwstw ' . U I aMnna I his Is Ibe on I :tiilhe:itle ami fully llluMrated life of Qarfleid. semi tor eirculaxi ami snra terms I Agents. Address national PciLintiao Co , Chicago, in. Peach Trees! We oifer for the coining Season a large si.d tint Stock of I'each Treps of Hie res varieties, al o UOBl plete Assortment of Nurseiy stock. Descriptive Ca'- aloKue Slid Wholesale Pi lee LI.-1 tree. I. E. 1 Hi EX FRITZ SONS, MONUOK NURSERY, MONROE. MICH muiM KEVisiON U 00NTEASTED EDITIONS. Containing the old aud new versions, In parallel col iimns. The liest and cheapesi Illustrated edition of th Itev sed New '1'estaiiieiit Mlllionsof peoiile arc wait liu for It Do not ho d M-eivod by the unscrupulous publish en of Inferior edIUons sc that Uie oopy you buy coo ia'ih IOC fine engraving on- steel anil wood. This is tli only large tyiie contrasted edltlon.anit agents are coin Ing money selling It AOENT8 WANTB1). Send toi circulars and extra terms. Add ess NATIONAL VI'BLISHINU CO., Chicago. Ill A rNTS MAKE f MONFV8ELLINC a .-vi.rv una n.iuinua I li r Text -Hook CoBlliiuvti lil How to Kuep I II Cook, lire-. Cure for Mel., Manage . nil'.. ,,. Trent AcvMeuis. Kn . rluiii t oinpiii-, . make Home Ueutltllo! uud llihiS irnii !. COsVIPLET"E cverv'l -kctrpor w.tHts tn know. The mom attractive, lauresth nd utful Heme Uo. k ever pitbli'licd. Kullv Si ! ' "'y. aVhlars, the Vn-. ami thousands ..f I V vyp . Itihiitifull.intl-rf IwlCints, Low price ,.s :. sverywlure. Full desrrlpnon sad trnM fren. Aidr J. V. aWVBOY & CO. Chicago, !ir Wor OlxlllaV and Fvor AND ALL C ' Vssl8 OsiHii by M .i.t. ini Pst.onlng mf Ska MaaMa A WARRANTED OUBB. Tor i hy all O- uggisu D. 1. 1V1 LLOHY CJO. P;iclcers of the Jr.- celebrate Du- i?'-GTF& M0 131.VM) Fhksh Otstkhs. (Tanned Fruits and Vegetables Whole sale Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Fruits. S3. 06 and 87 JetTeraon Ave.. DETROIT. THAT MUSICAL WONDER! Th. MECHANICAL ORC. UlNFTTfT th STfStoiit Mu.lcitllnvi ntionof llii ane. Any p-ron can uprm It with thosppsreul skill or sms.tor, sll aaafM, oalsr, poi ulsr, snd dsnoe music. Equsllv miltnlilr Tor t lie home, lodge, or ctiureb. Admirably sditpti il fur the l.atl room.rilrnl. ", exeuralon parties, rto. No lntruotlon rciuiri si, Prloss. tS, fto. .'0, $sn, nd upward. Ileware of worth!"" halt at ion with imllitrnsmsi. Aurnti wanted. Enti rjiriing milt mki 110 to I'.'O per dv lllii-lriiled I'ninl -m LYON A HEALV,eiin snd lUawi tU.,0Msss Wa D " M ETTAU R S Tr. TvTETTAm'S TIKADACTTT! FTT,Ta euro most wondorftilly In a xery short Hmo both KICK nnd NKUVOI A 1IKADACHK; ami whlln acUng ou the nervous system, rloanso the stomach of excess of bile, producing a regular healthy action of tho bowels. A fall slsn bn of these valuable TUXS, with full directions for a com plete cure, mailed to any address on receipt of nine three-cent postiu;it stamps. For sale by all druggists at 25c. Hole Proprietors, UKOWN CHEMICAL COMPANT, Baltimore, Md. Karn 10 IUUHU ITI L Ii totioo Bi....w. I .1 MllUItU M Addren TAUUTTtM guaranteed paying omooa. Buof Juimaviiio w u. for HOl-OIBRB. "for KttheM. " " I n C mj...k. nui a :r -t.. i-a. pen- rw, WNiewa, iiiiuioii."- VtllW-w-- i DIIUUHUI l"i - " ... for any wound or dlsoare, bounty yetdi to ii Z ' I'en.loner. entitled to trerea-W Mft. ? n w lawaaud decisions. Time limited. At rioa. HWlttWissi r.iampa.forla-.K, l y at onto. . .. blanks and iMtMstlnM &E t'' A. n.iu attorneys, Box 75. Wmhlnatun. P. C .CHEAP GUNS for TiiJi PLE. jjj ncTOMi. c-moniifs frfe ,,, 188, 190 and ll2 JEFFEHS3N AVE, DETROIT. ihii wni 1 1 lm business 'umm liRTItOlT, Ull ll., Offers superior advantages to tudents. They are thorotiehly drilled in office work, letter rruing ind the executing of business papers hose wishing a thorough business ication should enquire of the busi. I men of Detroit where it can best e had. Collect, paper mailed free. .it LAUitS OF Tlx WHITE HOUSE," OR IN THE iome of thli presidents. History of every Administration from Washington to U8 present time. Includes much Personal and 1'rlv a.te history never before published. Agents wan t ivl. For full description, addiess the publsber AiffiiH dol I his a day selling our Prize Medal Needle Parkages IJrD Needles In a package, completely assorted: price to amenta f(l per liuiidred; sells for 25 eta. Sample pnekage l nets In stamps, (tools warranted and sell fast Send for circular. Bltl I ISH N.KDLEAStO CIATIO TJ New Chun li Stiee! New Yi Ik WI T.LI AM REID, Wholesale and Retail deale .n French and American WI1TB0,V QLA.l, PLATS 'ilklii. Ribbed and Rout.h Plate for Sky Lights. Oul and Bnaj . ! d Class. Silver Plated Sash Bars. French snd German Loo). ing lass Plate. Iicas andOn.Coloi Putty, Points etc.. i & 14 Oea grcaaHt East, Prraoit Mltk. Pe nsi on ft p p I i can t Attt tion ! Orders lti4 and of the Pension Kureau have been a in d -bed The effect of this action Is to give applicants the unrestricted prtvclege of removing an iiusutlslnctorv attorney by t lie appointment of n good one. If any soldier desires mir 'ervlees let him sddress us Immediately. Ml 1 0 U. 8TKVRN8 A CO. Washington. I). C. Chicago. Ill Cleveland, Ohio. Detroit. Mich. An Open Secret. Tho fact is well understood that the MEXICAN MUS TANG LINIMENT is by far the best external known for man or beast. The reason why becomes an "open secret " when wo explain that "Mustang" penetrates skin, flesh and muscle to the very bone, removing all diseaso and soreness. No other lini ment does this, hence none other is so largely used or does such worlds of good. TUTT'S PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN. AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Ijosb of appetite, Nauaea.bowelB costive, I'flin in t hellontl.witli n dull sonmition in t he back part, I'ain unrier the shoulder blnile, fuUness after tntin, with a disin chnution to exertion of body or mind, Tjrlbiliortemper. Lo w apTritarijost of memory, with a fooling of having ne Ieoted aorne duty, weariness, DisIeineaM, J'luttering of theilqnrt. Dots beforo tho eyes. Yellow Mkin. H onda' he, Ttestlr -hess at night, blghly oolored Urine. IF THESE W ABNINOS ARE UNHEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED, TTJTT'8 PILLS are sieciHl1yatlapte1to such iaiM,OBf dOM efl'eets nttcb chaiig of fee II up; an ttt astonish the siiS'rer. Thr lin re.nr Hie ppllfe. ai. 'tause the rin.lv tn Tiihr on Fifth, thus the system is lioiirlkht'd. and by t In ir Tonic Action I n the Hr -t f i(f;n. Kcsriilnr Wloola nretirn dui'i d. I'ri'-t- Ji r.Mits. Sl Wlnrrity Sit,, W.V. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. i tn v Uaiaot Whiskkbs rhanfrerl tn n ntVOtaff in at r by . tlnarle iippiu-atitui ol this iiyk. it Itniwrta b natural cnlor, sets Institiitaiipnusly. Kuld ItJ Dl iiuriiIk, nf oiit lijr f s press mi rtT.iit af I), Office, 35 Murray St., New York. 4 llr. Tl li'S SAM Al. or falaaMa Inf.Ti.i-n.... unit K r. ' ' -Ut l. it-'l t ttKR on tMilln " T VflllalP MCfti 1 erai.' 9. iff Blk kt WM I V B09BT IsEMsWl, HEADACHE PILLS