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DEL T. bUTTON, FcBLtsuM. BROCKWAY CENTER; - MICH. SEWS OFJTHE WEEK. MICHIGAN. Dao'l Galbralth of East Tawas, has burled three children of diphtheria within a week. Ills wife and another child are dangerously ill. Burglars entered the- liurd house saloon, Jackson, and decamped with f 40 and saloon sundries. The house bill providing for new public buildings In Detroit was favorably passed up on Monday and goes to the senate. Brewer's moulding room, Tecumseh, was badly damaged by fire on Sunday. Harmon Nash, proprietor of Nash's Ax Fac tory at Lowell, had the misfortune Monday to lose his right hand while assisting some of his men who were at work with a buzz saw in his factory. Mr. Nash who Is express agent and a Knight Templar had but Just returned from Detroit, where be had attended the recent eon clave as one of the Deliolal Commandery. Owing to the cold weather corn planted be ore the rain has rotted in the grou and in many cases will need to be replante Dr. J. N. Hollywood, linplicAU! In the Mar tha Whitla murder case, has been released on $10,000 ball. Ma j. Uen. J. (i . Barnard, U. S. A died at the . ussel House. Detroit. Sunday. His remains were taken to Sheffield, Mas&, for burial. Ex-President Grant has engaged rooms at the Russel House upoa the occasion of the soldiers' reunion In Detreit next month. - Chas. Hollls, while adjusting a saw In Han nah, Lay A Co.'s shingle mill, Traverse City fell and had his leg nearly severed before he was tescued. 1 he bone was also broken la the fall and amputation was resorted to. His re covery Is doubtful. Fruit Is reported badly Injured all over Michigan by the heavy frosts of May 15th. Mrs. Eva Humphrey of Adrian committed suicide by drowning in the Maumee at Toledo. She lately went to Toledo, and it was at her house that the wife and baby of Tom Navln were reported found a few weeks ago. Fred. Gardner, a switchman on the M. C. B. R. at Niles, was run over by the cars and lost a leg near the hip, He will probably Me. He leaves a wife and seven children. Wall A Sipley' saw mill at Nirvnnl, near Beed City, was destroyed by fire on Tuesd.gr. . A fire in East Saginaw Tuesday afternoon In the large planing mill of Jessie Hoyt, destroyed six dry kilns and 800,000 feet of lumber. Loss $75,000. No insurance. Kinney, Howe Sc. Co.'s hardware store at Lawton was burglarized of goods this week. A. X. Cary of Grand Rapids died on the 16th. In 1805 he was a passenger on the steamer Collins, between Cleveland and Detroit, when the boat took fire and burned to the water's edge. Taking a stool he jumped into the lake nd floated until picked up ly a passing boat He was a delegate to the Chicago couveuiion 1N50, which nominated Lincoln. The Diddle House, Detroit, Is to be opened the first of June on a reported five years' lease. The Muskegon strike, It Is thought, is nearly at an end. Several mills are running eleven hours. The barn of Wright &, Knowlton, Saginaw City, burned Tuesday night with six horses. Loss $4,000. Four deaths from small pox are reported In East Saginaw. James D. Farrent, charged vlth kllliug Wm. Michie near Finconnlng last March, has been convicted In Bay City courts of marder In the rst degree. The steamship Oioko is making the trip c! the lakes with 100 000 b labels of cud, .he largest cargo ever carried by one of the lake ships. George Moore, from Hamilton, Oat shot himself In the head, In the presence of a large number of people on Foit street, Detroit It Is not known whether the wound Is fatal. No clue to the reason why. The State homeopathic society at Its annual session in Giand Baplds adjourned to meet in Lansing next year. Ten mills are rcnning now at Muskegon and it is predicted that the boom men will come to an undet standing with their employ, era. , It Is said that the Importers' Tea company, which recently began business in Detroit will be prosecuted under the state law against lotteries. A fire at Nelson's station In Montcalm Co, did considerable damage on the 19tb. Sterling Ftanz, head sawyer In the Grand Haven Lumber Company's shingle mill, was killed on the lSlb. A slab struck him on the back and falling on the carriage the saw passed through his head cutting off two inches. He lived twenty minutes after tha accident. He leaves a wife and three children. The bill for the new public building.Detroit has passed the senate and only awaits the Pres ident's signature to become a law. Enoch Nelson, a saloon-keeper at McBride's, was convicted on Thursday of selling liquor on Sunday and fined $50 and costs and sentenced to sixty days In the county jail. Fires are burning in the woods near Kalkas ka, in East Bay township, Grand Traverse (Jon the buildings of A. C. Hoxle, consisting of house, barn, two hay sheds and other outbuild ings, with most of the contents, were entirely destroyed. The Grand Baplds Electric Light & Power Company have placed six electric lamps, of 4,000 candle power each, In the fire bell tower, as an experiment Stephen Warren's shingle mill eight miles north of Lapeer, was burned with 150,009 tingles belonging to W. W. Crapo, of Flint and 70,000 by Bobt King, of Lapeer. The loss on the mill is from $10,000 to $12,000, with no insurance. Mecosta Is hopeful of securing a branch rall ad to Everett and Cadillac, and to secure the 9iBoval of the county seat from Big Baplds, .is being nearer the geographical center of je county. Grounds have been appropriated r the erection of the county buildings, Fred Merrltt n employe in the wood pulp nil! at NUes, was caught by one of the belts and whirled around a shaft making 180 revo-, lutlona a minute, ne was .terribly mangled ana uvea pat a rew Lours after. The Jury In the cato 0f 8. A. D. Bycraft of Ann Arbor, rendered a verdict of guilty of as sault with Intent to kill, and recommended him to the mercy of the court Beech Bros, foundry and agricultural Imple ment establishment and A. U. Haggart'a black smith shop and wagon and paint shops at Grand Ledge burned at a loss of about $10,000 with no Insurance. Jane Mills, wife of E. P. Mills living near Olivet, was fatally gored by a cow and partial; ly dlsembowled. She was alone, her husband and two sons being In Dakota locating a farm. Masette of Newaygo, convicted of rape has been sentenced to twenty-five years imprison ment by Judge Fuller. In a collision of Pinkerton's men and the Muskegon strikers, seven strikers were quite badly bruised. Reinforcements have arrived and Pinker ton now numbers 80 men fully armed and equipped. The boom-men for the employes have been reinforced by 110 men from Montreal all began work Monday ruorn under protection of the Plnkertons, The rowdies threaten to clean out the detective force. A fire at Wymans station on the D. L. fc N. R. resulted la $100,000 loss. The heaviest loss Is in lumber and shingles belonging to Messrs. Wyman and Avery. The railroad lone1' 18 flat cars. Nearly 0,000,000 feet of lumber burned. Ten families lost their homes. The Congregatlonalists propose to spend $23,503 in state mission work in Michigan next year. MISCELLANEOUS. Ex-Publio Printer Dt frees Is lying danger ously ill in Washington. His physicians say that his death is likely to occur at any mo ment A Des Moines, Iowa, journalist has sued the Chicago Herald for $25,000 damages for libel Ross offers to rew Han lan for $5,000. Hon.C. C. Washburne. ex-member of con gress from Wisconsin died on the 14th at Eureka Springs, Ark. Immense damage is reported from ths re cent cyclone In Arkansas. In Hot Springs and vicinity alone the estimate Is $150,000. The railroad track Is washelaway for miles and three iron bridges were demolished. It has been ascertained that certain officials who attended the Garfield obsequies and rode on free passes,' have also presented bills for railroad fare. A sail boat under Captain Bucklin and two sons on Lake Calumet was capsized on Sun day and all the occupants drowned. Among the number were John Smith, foreman of the car department ut Pullman and nine of his men. 1L F. Moore and C. F. Pierce, carpenters from BlisfQeld, Mich., were among the drown ed. Nine Independent Democrats of Georgia have Issued a circular urging Alex. Stephens for governor. Robt Kilworth of Dayton, returning from England, where he had secured $25,000 died suddenly aboard the Abys-dnla, while at New York quarantine. As James Gordon Bnn--:a new yaCDt tfa. moan" Was leaving the Norfolk, Va., Navy lard for New York, owing to the strong wind and tide she ran Into a wharf, displacing two block of stone from the wall and causing a leak near the vessel's bow. The yecht being divided Into watertight compartmeuts, the accident caused no delay. It is generally understood that the Jo lgee are unanimous In over-ruling the exceptions in the Guiteau case and that the criminal will bang, June SO. , The Schuylkill is on the rampage and water is over the road to Falrinouth Park, Phlla delphla. Acres of wharves and lumber yards on the Delaware also are under water. at the Minnesota state university a student, pursued ly a professor, drew a revolver, for effect. The professor promptly drew his re volver and the student was slightly wounded. The slaughter house of a beef canning com pany, a little north of the National stock yards in East St Louis, ased for the manufacture of the offall of the coicern into fertilizer was burned on the 16th at a loss of $75,000 largely to insurance companies. A Texan named Brossius and a Pennsylva nlan named Edmundson are bulletined as heirs to i 33,000,0 JO, which the German government holds in trust for them. The wreck of the Pliny off Long Branch his proved a god send to the lovers of coffee, as the cargo of several thousand sacks was carried Inland wilh the tide, and thousands of residents in the vicinity seenred the sacks which, having been la the water a short t me, yielded the berry none the worse for sea water. Brakemen on the railroad at Suspension Bridge have collected 50 cent extra fiom im migrants under the plea of toll.- Tha fraud having Just been discovered will be stopped. James Tick, the well and favorably known seedsman and florist, died in Rochester, N. Y., on the 16th iasL, aged M yea' s. He leaves a wife and seven children, all but one of whom are married. A new invention by 8. V. Essie of Canton, O., makes one Impulse per letter only, while the Morse transmitter necessitates 82. The invention has already been tested and pro nouncsd a big thing. The meshee are being closely woven around the Malley boys, charged with the Jennie Cra mer murder. Mrs. Garfield has donatf d $500 to the build- lng fund of tLe $40,000 Memorial Christian church at Washlrgton, with the promise of $500 more If needed. The five per cent Land bill has passed the senate. If It becomes a Is H will take some $5,000,000 from the treaty . Senators from states benefitted with tavt options voted for It others opposed it. H A $200,000 fire occurred lu the business por- tlon of Leadvlllrt, one life was known to be lost and other persons are missing. A Warpatchie Texas, a $100,000 fire swept away 25 business hous-s damaging others. Paul Boyton successfully shot the rapids of the James river near Richmond, Va, In the presence of 20,000 pople. The steamer American Eagle racing with the Jay Cook exploded her boiler killing four persons, others were seriously hurt A fire in Leadvllle, Friday, destroyed $200, 000 worth of property. Michael Turner, who came over on the Wis consin, has been arrested at New York on sus picion of complicity In the Cavendlsb-Burke murders. Deuawr monger, in a speecn on in o per cent land measure, eulogized tha people of Michigan and demanded Justice. Michigan Is named In the bill as one of the states to which five per cent on the amount of lands located by military scrip and land warrants should be paid under stipulations made at the time of her admission Into the Union. Senator Conger held that Michigan never has received such money, and earns to Congress not as a beggar nor In a humble spirit hut for what Is Its just due. She atked not for generosity, but for Justice. . Mr. Burcb's resignation of the office of United States attorney for the western district of Michigan, to take effect on the 25tb, has been received by the President and John W. Stone Is named as his successor. The tanneries in Chicago, in numbers, have shut down, owing to a strike, and the employes are Idle. The Glenson Knitting Mill at Seneca Falls burned on the 19th, at a loss to insurance com panles et $100,000. Three hundred operatives are out of employment At S war th more, Pa., Oliver Holt's woolen mill burned at a loss of $40,000. A tight rope performer In Edwardsbarg, UL, fastened his rope to a chimney. During his evolutions the chimney toppled over, and bricks and man dime down on the heads of the spectators. Two boys were fatally hurt and several others injured. The performer was badly bruised. The First National Bank of Independence has been made the victim of a forgery by Win throp, a boy 17 years old. He presented two checks for $1,220 each, bearing the signature of Alex Risk, a grain dealer. Wlnthrop Cad been working for Risk and had thus learned his way of doing business. The young man is not to be found. Shipherd says If the public want the fcts entire of the Peruvian business, he has mind to gratify them. Chicago is mad because agents of the New York, Lake I rie A Western Railway are glv ing Philadelphia firms cut rates on grain from Chicago, thereby deprivicgtbem of the profits on the business. Paris and London contributions of $3,852 for the Garfield memorial hospital have been received. A 15 year old daughter of John McMenoman at Muscatine, la, quarreling with her father shot him. It Is said she and a brother wished to assume control of the property. The large retail importing house of Russel, May &, Co, Boston, has suspended with heavy liabilities. The mysterious diappearance of Zoe Wat kins of Denver, is accounted for by the police who affirm she was seen In the company of some disreputable young women. The Cleveland Bridge A Car Works have made an assignment with heavy liabilities, although the president affirms that the assets are $250,000 in excess of debts. A number of persons In Washington en gaged In selling Louisiana and Hajaj". tit- lottery tickets have been-St to jail. CONGRESS. May 15. In the House Mr. Robinson offered a resolution requesting the President to answer if any American citizen had offered the IrlBh American prisoners money to accept release on condition that they came to this country. The- House passed by a vote of 152 to 48 the bill introduced by Mr. Barrows of Michigan pre venting actions fo' damages for infringements on patents in all cases where the defendant Durchases the article openly for a valuable consideration, for personal use and not manu facture. In the Senate Mr. Beck made a speech in t jpport of his resolution to take action on the House b'll extending the bonded period for distilled spirits, as soo i as practicable after the finance committee report on the same. Mr. Beck claimed that the bill was an honest meas me which would promote alike the interests of the dealer, government and distiller. Mar 16. Ia the senate the senate bill to authorize the Rock Island and Southwestern rp'l way company to construct a bridge ovei the Mississippi at New Boston, Illinois was passed. A Jo'nt resolution authorizing tr-e librarlpn of congress to accept a library offer ed the United States by Dr. Joseph Meredith Toner of Washington was also passed. Mi. Vest reported favorably the bill to establish a Cn'ted States court in Indian Territory. M . Conner by request introduced a bill providing that any officer now in the regular army who Served with the volunteer forces or la the reg ular army at any time doting the war of the lebslllon as a regimental or staff office;, or aide de camp to any general officer, and actual ly performed the duty ot such position, s w.ll be considered as in service for the entire time he acted in such capacity. The House resumed consideration of the national bank charter bill, and M . Fei Ut spoke In favor of the banks, stating that the present system was the beet jet devised by the ingenuity of mar. Mr. Bdckner op rosed the tilt It the national banL ng lyi.em we-e to be continued he favored an amendment which would let every . nk koow that 't could not at its mere caprice, reduce or Increase its sir eola tion. Mr. Butterworth supported t'9 bill as required by public policy and by the basis-ess Interests of the country, bat InsMted that re serves of national banks should be kept in coin. He ridiculed the proposition that the banks BUou!d be overthrown and the government go into the rag business of publishing money. May 17. In the senate Mr. Cameron report Q adversely a Joint i esolutlon tendering the thanks of congress to Chief Engineer Melville, U. S. N. Mr. Sherman presented the petition of Mrs. Betty B. Basset of Virginia, setting forth that she Is the owner of the family bible of George Washington, and offering to sell It to the government The bill for the extension of the steam grain shovel patent reported favorably with the substl uilon of seven years In place of ten as to the teim of extension, occup'ed the time reserved for the calendar. Discussion of the five per cent Land bill was resumed, Mr. Gailand supporting the measure. The house resumed the consideration of the bank eharter extension bill. Derate Deing closed the Mil was read by sections for amend ments. Mr. Murch offered an amendment re ducing from twenty to three years the period for which banks may extend their succession. He was willing to allow banks three years to go Into some honest business. Rejected yeaa oL nays 117. Mr. Buckner moved to make the Deriod ten years. The yeas and nays were ordered, pending which the matter went over for the day. Mr. Hazelton, from the commit tee on elections, submitted a report on the case ot Lowe vs. Wheeler, ot the eighth congres sional district of Alabamadeclaring the con testant, Lowe, entitled to the seat. - May 18. In the house, the bill to restore to American citizenship such citizens as have been naturalized as subjects of Great Britain was passed ; also certain amendments to the Crapo bill extending national bank charters. Includ ing that to place national banks on the same footing with state banks in the states. A bill was passed changing the boundaries of the Fourth Collection District of Virginia and making Newport News a port of entry. In the senate the bill authorizing the ex change of U. S. solid coin for bars was passed. Mr. Cameron reported favorably from commit tee a bill appropriating $100,000 for a public building at La Crosse. Mr. Conger falling to secure Immediate consideration of bills for public buildings, said he weuld urge action en them to morrow. May 19. In the Senate, the bowse bills for publlo buildings at the points named with the amount appropriated stated passed: Louis ville, $500,000; Hannibal, $75,000; Detroit $600,000; Council Bluffs, $100,000. The Sen ate bill appropriating $100,000 for a building at Lacrosse, Wis was also passed. The Senate bills authorizing the Texas and St. Louis rail way csmpany to build bridges In Arkansas and to incorporate the Garfield memorial hos pital were passed. The five per cent, land bill was taken np next Pending amendments were considered, and new amendments pro posed and adopted or rejected, and the bill finally passed, ayes 23, nays 17. The bill pro vides that lands entered by military scrip, or county land warranty In certain states Mich igan Included shall be construed to come within the law for the payment to states of 5 per centum ot the proceeds of publlo lands disposed ot within their borders, lands to be estimated at ths rate of $1 25 per acre and payments to be made in cash. It is also pro vided that money remaining in the treasury to the credit of aay public land in states under the act ot 1836 which distributed the treasury surplus shall not be charged as an offset to. wards any part of the amount coming to the state from the bill The House resumed the consideration ot the bill to extend bank charters. Amendments were proposed by Meesrs.Buckner,Rice,Bland, Randall and Morrison, which were rejected or ruled out And the bill passed, yeas, 125, nayee 67. A joint resolution was passed appropriat ing $16,000,000 to supply the deficiency la the appropriations for army pensions. FOREIGN. The Egyptian ministry take it all back and are interceding with the Khedive for pardon. He is master of the situation, and refuses to treat with the committee. One hundred and fifty Russian Jews arrived at Montreal yesterday, and 000 more started the same day from Berllrj-fCfAESrica. .Tbe Vnltl States will not accede to the requestot Chill to send mails from this coun try for Pern to Callao for distribution. The Khedive of Egypt and his ministers have resumed their official relations. The advance of the English and French fleets helped to re store quiet At the opening of the Hawaiian legislature the, king made an acknowledgment of tie benefits derived by his people from the reel procity treaty with the United States. No positive Information regarding the lden tly of the Cavendlsb-Burke assassins has been obtained so far, but the $5,000 reward may bring revelations in the near future. The case of the municipality of Marseilles against the ex-Empress Eugenia to recover possession of the chateau presented to the emperor by the city, has been decided in favor of the ex-empress. Lieut Danenbower, Mr. Newcomb, natural 1st Jack Cole, the insane seaman, and Long Sing, survivors of the Jeannette arctic expedi tion, arrived In England on the 17th 'n good health. They leave for New York on the 18th A reception was tendered them In Liver pool Garfield house, a home for working girls, has been opened in London with, an eloquent address by Minister Lowell. In the house of commons. May 19, debate on the repression bi'l was resumed. Mr. Glad stone denied that the bill was the outcome of English resentment It was not founded on the Phoenix park disaster, but was contemplat ed long before the occurrence. He desired It passed unaltered In Its main lines. Mr. Parnell also spoke. His remarks were most moderate. The steamship Wisconsin, which arrived at New York on . the 17th Inst, sailed from Queenstown at 8 o'clock Surday morning, May All the passengers, includ'ng Turner, who was taken into custody at New York, reported at the company's office the previous evening, hence it was Impossible for the assassins to have been on board. The damage done by the anti Jewish move ment in Russia, including houses, breadstuffs and other p-operty destroyed and money taken away by emigration of Jews, amounts to $110, 000,000. The steamship Scotland has arrived in Mon treal after a voyage of thirty days from Lor don. She was hemmed in for nine days by Ice and only got throagh by the passengers and crew cutting an opening. All on board were on a short allowance of food several days. DETROIT MARKETS. Tux Produce and Provision market is sap- plied at rates as follows: Mess pork $20.23; family, 1 21.25; clear, $22.50; lard, 110. for tierces; 12c for kegs; hams, 12 13c; shoulders, 910c; bacon ISc; dried beef, 1315c; extra mess beef, 1&25. C hi Ch ens were sold at 1214o. per lb, white fish and trout 78c Vbqktab lbs. Jobbing prices were as fol lows: Per doz bunches asparagus, 65 70; cucumbers, 7075c; onions, 8540c; pieplant 4550c; radishes, 350a; vegeta ble oyster, 4550c. Per box, string beans, $2 60(42 75; peas, $2 75$3; per bu lettuce, 60 65c FLOUR. White wheat, roller process.. $6 75 Whltfl wheat pastry $9 00 Seconds 4 00 Minnesota brands 7 25 Minnesota patents 8 00 7 00 M 25 as 4 so a 8 oo 9 25 C4 1 37 (3 4 70 (? 78 67 Wheat White V bo 1 25 Clover Seed ba. 4 00 Corn V ba 70 Oats U ba 50 Strawbhrrtes per q t. . . . . 25 Barlet ba 1 V5 Cheese Ohio and Mlch B 14 2 25 (4 16 0 Dried raorr Apples, y s . . o ' 18 23 21 2 50 3 45 20 22 18. 15 00 7 8 25 1 80 1 75 7 0 50 Live Stock Market. UATTLX. Steers extra, pwewt $6 506 80 Steers good shippers M 6 00(6 50 Steers butchers 5 OO'itS 50 Steers common grades 4 00(i4 25 Milch cows ...35 00(uj55 00 SHIKP. Per 100 lbs 4 00(36 50 HOGS. Per 100 lbs. $6 507 60 Thk letters of Secretaries Blaine and Freliughuveen in relation to American Jews in Russia, calling the attention of the Russian government thereto, have been published. The right of the United States to go to the extent of demanding protection for its own subjects, to the extent which international law allows, is ob vious enouch. But it mav tro further and give its friendly offioes in behalf ot the Jews as a race; lor nothing is more certain than that the Russian government has tolerated crimes and barbarities against the Jews which it could and should have suppressed and punished crimes the most cruel and bloodthirsty, for which no excuse can be offered, save as found in narrow and bitter prejudices which the civil ized world has outgrown. It was a Western 4tiLif July orator who exclaimed, "lt the American ea gle scream I" We find, however, that the Eastern orator is of the same mind, which gives us assurance that while the American eagle soars, Amer ican oratory will not become a lost art. Here is the conclusion of a recent speech in the House of Representatives by the Hon. Win. E. Robinson, of New York: "When I came here I found the American eagle drugged and drowsy, his blood poisoned with politi cal pyaemia, his beak filled with Lowell garbage, and his pinions wet with the mildew of monarchy. I roused him from his ignoble slumber; I brushed the mildew from his plumage; I gave his majestic voice to the music of Liberty, and his imperial wing to fan the tempest and soar to the sun." that if another Arctic expedition is to be started, the moneyed self-advertisers should themeelvta ha iIia t. plorers. Certainly, the -man who euau proviue anomer Jeannette should go as commander. To aliow how to make railroad travelling safe, Punish once exhibited a cartoon with a coup le of directors tied in front of the locomotive. Of course, no director or commander would ask others io go where he would not go unfalteringly himself. 6 1 It you tell your troubles to God, you put them into the grave; they will never rise again when you have com mitted them to him. If vnn rnll uuruen any wnere else it will roll back again iiKe stone of Sisyphus. Spur geon. A Tolling Law. III. Charles Law, Jr., in conversation with one of our renrfispntafi v ramnt. ly said : "I have been a sufferer from rneumatism and neuralgia for the past ten years, and tried all kind nf rm. edies. Having heard so much about ou uacDS uii. i tried a hottlA. and found it trulv wonderful. Pa.) Ledger. An Arab proverb: "All sunshine makes the desert." Mr. Ed. Trickett the celebrated nr. man, Kingston, Canada, says : "1 have found St Jacobs Oil a sum and rArfuin cure for rheumatism, etc. New York uupper. PlTTACUS. the old heathen rihilnart. pher, said: "The greatest blessing which a man can eniov ia the nowpr nf doing good." That comes very near to what a greater than Cittacus said: "jx is more blessed to give than to re ceive," Getti ng often feeds sel fishness ; doing g.jd feeds godliness. "Golden Medical nimViVAru' fwnrrU racrlafor. ed as a ttade mark) cures all humors, from the yiuiyioor crapuon 10 great virulent eating ui- The main points of the Suec Canal are now guarded bj French gunboats. The "Favorite Preaerlotlnn" nt T)r. Plr cares "female weakness" and kindred aflec- uons. xsi drairariBts. British and French squadrons have arrived at Alexandria. 'Throw Physic to the Dogs, I'll None of It" We do nnt fAl ilka Kilamlnir Mavo. fn.tkl. expression of disgust. Even nowadays most of the ca that lies are great iepulslre puis, enonch tnMf nrn nn'i ilimiKh u.ii M.Ah.4k ever taken Dr. Pierce's "Purgative Pellsts" he wuuiu not dbvs uuerea Tioseweras or con tempt. By druggists. The French cablnent suggest that a Euro pean conference may be necessary to settle the Egyptian difficulty. Tonic and Laxative. For th taut MrmA nHrh In K nV.i hnv James' Tonlo PI I In. T.riyl Iron, sugar-coated. Will not Injure the teeth. uaaranteed to do all claimed for them. 25 cents. Jas. E. Davis a Co- Detroit Mirh WhAlal Agents. A tnrnld llr la an artlv Mnu rt m.int. i human suffering. All that internal application out Kvwuiimnu ii io Bumuiaie Tioienuy. uut iue iimrar course is w apply VU. HOLKAN PAD and hava th rnr mailt rwrtnan.ni k u. absorption properties. The pad la death to evap'd. 12 Peaches 18 ($ Pitted Cherries 20 Onions V bbl 2 2 ti BXAN8 Vba 2 75 (d Hottkb lb choice 18 ($ liKKSWAX V lb 20 fc$ KotiS ) doz 14 ( Hat per ton .....14 00 ($ Hides V lb green o ($ Hides V lb cured 7 Hoi's y lb 20 ($ Potato ksv bu 1 00 ($ Shxkp Pklts each 75 ($ Tajxow V lb 5W(W Wood y cord 4 00 ($ Tho Mysterious Whisky Bill. The N. Y, Herald says a mysterious bill, after passing the House of Repre sentatives without a dozen members getting a taste of its contents, Is now producing a delirium " in" the-" "upper branch of Congress which resembles what might have been expected if too much of the liquid had slipped out of bond and got into the heads of th- Sen. ators. t io A Long Snooze. t Rlp Van Winkle slept a good while, jil had his sleep occurred about 60 roars ago; when DownB' Elixir first attained its reputation, on awaking he would have been aWe to recognize this friend of the afllicted, and might liave tak n another twenty years nap, and waked np to find Downs' Elixir at the end of half a can tuiy the most popular and the beet Cough bemedy known. Also Baxter's ; Bitten for Hillous diseases, not se old, but good. cfM2,',YahM,-vVanl.Baren' of m Tranilin BL, Buffalo, N. Yn whose portrait appears In another column of this paper, is preparing . a rffdiy Tonic" which has proved a blessing Indeed to many a wornout wife or I mother. The sensitiveness of woman's organization makes ber more eusceptibte to disease than man, and there has been along-ferf want among ladies for something which would over, come those many weaknesses so common to the sex, and assist nature in building od a shattered constitution. This Mrs. Van JUuren's "Ladies' Tonic" has never failed to do. j Rheumatism. There has been no medicine Introduced for rheumatism that equals Do rangs Kheuruatic Kemedy. It Is assure to cure as the seasons are to follow each other. Many of our prominent men here in public life have UBttd it with great success. We unheal tatingly recommend it to all suffwers. Wath ington VUy liepubUcan. Sold at all drag stores, one dollar a bottle; six bottles .for five dollars. Write for free pamplat to the propri etor. B. K. Hklphbnstwb, -" Washington, D. 0. Henry's Carbolic Salve Is the BEST SALVE for Cats. Braises, Bores, Ulcer's, Salt Bheum, Tetter. Chapped Hands! Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin, Erup tions, Freckles and Pimples. Get- UKNHY'S CARBOLIC SALVE, as all others are counter feits. Price 25 cents. - - .-. .' i., Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters Is the best remedy for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Malaria, Indigestion, aad all diseases of the Blood, Kidneys, Liver, Skin, etc. DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures all aeo tions of the mucous membrane of the head and throat. DR. MflTT'S T.TVlT.n PIT T O nr. k , Cathartic Regulators. , r . EroCINESiSigggte' wzif Tn ULTMAX A TAYLOU OO. MMutaakCa 1 1 1 D r C IMPROVED K OOT BEEH U I n CO 28 pullul mkM & ialloni of w dellcloui, wholeaome. sparkling Tern- a o7ZZo9 bTeriit;.-"Xi f GUI flT8Klt or at by mallfor J5o. C.K.H1KKS. 49 N. Del. af..PnllaU. Geo. W. Snover, Real Estate 1 Loan Agent, lOtfGRISWOLD ST., DETROIT. t'ltr property and farms bought, aold aad ex changed. t ,!,ti:!LETLOA!fED mnW rales la turns of 11,000 and upward. ALBERT M. HARRIS Photographers' Supplies FRAMES. VELVETS, MATS. GLAS8. 1 . AMERICA OPTICAL Ca'iBOJMS. Dry PUte Outsit 110, 112, f 18.A0. 114.00 a peolalty. 145 Grund 11 vor Ave, til v-j-; n MECHANICAL ORCWNiETTt t .;rrt.-tMu .1. Tl.l !.; . AVI ... nr:-Tlo.fnri iin.n !t whh tl,o a p:rnt kl l.T r.ii-'. r.,Mf l,..fjlar, mniilar. tn I tsu. nm I". F-iti.lir u!!M,i f , ih 1,,. J-'-.rrchurrn. AJnnrkMv ,;.;. t ,t fur th htl! r,m . Jcolc, ?Tcur ion pi-r!.-, no. Ko In.'raoltua r-.i.. 'r '. f Krwar. vt r';H,-. j, Ji aV n. ntKnf1. l:t.r-r: r-1afcS.'d aik. H-'fT il.tv. TliiKtntrvl PUuIn Bklo of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S . Oriental Cream, or Magical Doaotiller PatA a Wall aa Beautifies the Skin, IlAnoves Tan, flmplai frock lei. Moth. PatchM and ev ery biemjMh oa tmanty, and de fle detection. It has atend tha Uwt of thirty Jeara, aaUUM hanuiKM we taxte it to be "ire prepare tlon b properly made. Accept no counterfeit ofatailiaraame The diauhffiaaii ed Dr. L a. Sayre, aald to a lady of the hautton (a pa- tlnt) "An you liil" will use them, I recommend, 'Oouraud's Cream' anhe leant harmful of ail the akin preparations. " one bottle will laat nix month, using It every day. Also Pou ire Sitbtl e removes superfluous on r wiuniui 1 jury in ill" Kklll. M.MR. M. U. I. UUUKAU JU, Sole lrop.,4J Bond 8t.j Mnwiork. For ule by all druggtftta ani Fsncy Good dealer throughout the V. 8., anadasand Europe. IS Beware of faiw Imitations. $1 noo reward for arrest and proof of any one selling the same. MOLMAN'S UU padq: Operate by absorp tion through "the Nerve Force and the Circulation.-' TSADS StABJE. Dr. Holman's Pad Is A Positive Cure ! for all Stomach, Llrer and Spleen trochlea, Chron ic Diarrhoea, Malaria In all Its forme and the ma jority of disorders which disturb tha human eoono my. It Is a never-falling preventive of Small pox, Diphtheria, r'carlet, Typhoid and all Malarial Fevers and all diseases which germinate) la sluod poison, MB WARE OF BOO VS AND IMITATION PADS. KACIl GENUINE HOLM AN PAD bears the PRIVATE REVENUE STAMP of the HOLM Alt PAD CO MP AM T being the above Trade-mark printed In green. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Or sent by mall, poet-paid, on receipt of Prioe Regular Pad 13.00. rCLL TllKATlSK SENT FREE. ADVICE FREE, HOLMAN PAD CO., (P. a Box tut mmmmm eW IT V I . I Broadway, N, Y.