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BEAM) RAPIDS HERAT 1 -TTTiIVAY MORXTW. AFGFST 2-.
nun 11 10 i"r.u.. The Work of the Greet Ne- Bi Uoael ComTiittcts CURiMG AM ACTUAL CAMPAIGN H T&cy Axe Quartered and Tneif j ltn:.f ot Tit:uk4Cii!i baaintaa Witt) rneu Vietua. Bee about I Lean aui c am eej A i(. . . Tue tceeat xi let of lae repuo tocreuc national end ea are cunoa. Tney itereetuig octtue oeljr in on ciiy ud ooc in lour years i jjat sucn a it to be wa.aea-.ed. Wail ere political bead ) .erters, watt do they loo ...-- x : waal do taey do tnara.' Ta.a j a vory uat ire. jueH.ou. The flrat part of .1 is ea.y eaawexd; tut a to lae leet part what done there it would take volumes to tt .:, ii 11 1 be told. It may be io.ierrtt.ag, at leaat to the average reader to . u& laeoi over ami the tnea M Msena, to at vrtxat tacy look Lke, wtiattne via.b.e tuaih.uery is and know aometning about wnat it doae in the routine dav hy day kapeaa ilM, 1 he aura bar of theee "bead luaxters," and tba number A cuinm.tteea and aub-.iuai. . aad advisory oomiu.i teas i puiZwDf to tae newly a.t.aieu atudeut ol Use polilieel caaseetgn. V.tu, liira are tae headquarter ot ti committee. W Thr are LMMMt . -v: . a: i? t .1 r .:th iv eue, near to Mad.oa riquere, whose LoU-. Lave :u tae paat beeu iht' gt-a-eral uoi.t.ial retidtvcu. tue older ia located alao ou Fiftk avenue, but tweuty squares farmer up town and i on te uut f I.;.- .j.it.j.tl current eh eh flown al-out laJiu Sjaare, the Kdta Aveu - - , ilonmaa boat? and ota r reaorta of pohtv.ani in that vi cinity Tben taereare two ota- r noa'. quartera, ouetne room j: to rrpul h cau iLtte nmnmittea. tat othef the head iuarten ot the atetoentk eta COIHttee. Hoth of taese are located in the immediate vicinity of Mad .eon baare. It it ha republican national rotumMwei White betcbuaen to nctteli Itself, aa t eete, by locating tweuty aj lar a away from the pot where pol li.caoi are wunt to c nregAt', wmle the demcrat.- netinnil ooonetittet aad heth lee ttate eetettii ieet ere locate 1 i oae to MJ a .uir . Eecl of tr.e national commit tee occopiet a big brown ttone build . r.y ut ...'.-d a a re..,ience by toiur of :he wealtay arntocrats of faah ioiiahle I .fth aveaue. Thetwobu.l i int" i are very sinr.'.ar .n their general appearance. Thrr is in ea b a b.jj broad nail, which tne visitor reaches by cl.n b;ng aohd brown Mone tep which lead d:rectly up from the a.Jewalk wiibout the intervention ot inat delight of the resident of eitkt wat-re ground ia leet iipenean a front yard or lawn. Or und it too valuable on fashionable Fifth avenue to mi even a plot as big a a blanket for lawn purposes. There fore the door of trie b.g brown atone build. nt open directly onto the .de eaik and patsersby may glance into ihe windows and get a glimpse cf the political machinery :u operation on the insme. OnUUort Shut Out. It is only a gumpot, however, that he fi tot most of the ieteel work is doe ia ret. red pettanm of the build ups, either on the second or third floors, or in rooms further back and re moved from the public view. Both f these headquarter are Ouxieuelj petit.oned off by big w re acreena, in tended to keep the curious public from invading the privacy which officers and employes must have, not only m kheit conversation, but in their desk work, correspondence, memoranda, etc At each headquarters a part or all of the rirt floor ia given up to the public and to those whoee bnsmess brings them often to the headquarters, while high creens, at tne foot of the stair way guarded by experienced doorkeeo ert prevent umnvitd viitors or curi ous obeerrera penetrat.ng above the fi ret floor. The front room in each build iag wh'rh formerly terveti aa a par or, is now fitted up aa a sort of general reception room, for ail caller. The t'oor hi covered with matting, or o l nlrtlh. n thj InMs) in the cnt .r ! fil.ed with newspapers and w-.tn material, nirt ar- ar r"-esl about th sid ot Ihe room and an z arms ccictates in Halt spoei rece.ving a 1 ihe callera, learning their business at d facilitating their transact on of buaineae, or getting tnem awav - -i i . : a caller eema to le unlikelT to prove agrff at le to the party he lt I rs kelfiew. NMetj obnc i to ve.t. Theo rooaia aie crowded during hot of the day. The aver alter wtio waota U ee tn cha r man or aecreiary, or ar.otner mrniN r of the national committee, mar think himself luic7 t h grta inandKT.ee w - . i an hour of tn time he cat la. A gen ilen tan, apeak ng of th s d.fflcuiry, re iar d to your rr' poednt that he nad e eid the head- 1ra of on ite to a re her of t! me day ' of tn com in V e n r neat from a pr m nent comm. ttae, waded all ttbo'tt being able to tee ;ed three houra 'n the pwitias hla turn witn I t;rian of ; r m i nni e '1 r-l a or v.Mi tboueac dt tu!l 'he i man tt effl ant bnsmeaa arp nt- z, and ven dav ' sfore i'-m nereaa v of a lion room .a a g u ; ra impoi hour i iv a a tec I f:er tne v a tnra have tt oMt w th reading the tir,af fe the etc , nwpapra. T"f naf a 7 sajasaja It rt-mr!i ree ath- "" rl. a4 aaat aTnr a tn jpseWea aW-,. l.i.t . - ore i anwe u ut ro 1 I ut Ua M lew A 1 uiulNltM Hllltkllcl. Ik lit ird uut aetu jcteuc u 4 narura tne parter - uU zed a eru.u room Lt...it.ii.ii.i room tr u iff-. repabacau ftea. uru-n itc o -nii. u eat oit liic get .!! . iU3 l.l'. .8 U1 - -.'ie democratic arart and eorrtapond ngil gepjreas ttie republa-au in. ad, 'ikfttiuiiV enttan u.it on si p of pipr and maniloidi-U aO Inel all who will may make uae of iLcrn. That WOTfe parrormed at Ihe lepsjbllaaw !icHd sjaartera ie tea trout beetasaat reoaa, where tee aeeapaiuir i . aro only entertained ana furmahed with such eeeiet iaf rutauon aa will lead the public to bel.eve that the republican i inch on tao s.tuatiuu .a of a lead-p.pe order. Fh Room for the Morula FJp stairs where comparatively few penetrate, working memberl of the committee aud their aids have leii and are hard at work, lae man auo wants to see theiu ntUat send hi scant aad take his turn and onlett t : I us aeas ii very important he mutt make bis cail brief and talk straight to ; atnt. liach aian has h i own spnere of acta.n. On has in qaaatioe Of rgan.au. on of clubs, another has ct.argeof campaign ap-akr-;, another t.as the tuperiatendence of the prepar ation of the literature with wh.ch the campaig.i of ediu,ati nM is to U- car ried ou, roe treasurer has charge of the dutribut.on of fund?, the finance OOttV ittec baa the more important work of raising the tunds. And so the work e ! on, each man witu Lis corpof at - itantt ... generej charge of hit par ticular held, but all consulting one eith aeolher and all togettier ou gen eral questions of policy and general nnes Of work, and lae uevelopaients of . Mmpaign aa tae days aiid weeks l ;.: laeia a !) . InJfp-nisnce Races. Inwen m an. r. la.. Aog2ft. e.rtoaner dehghtttil pleasant day; another large orewai, rtm numbers now pouring in indicate an assured huanc al ftuC'-ose to tae management. Tae track was m perfect condition and CTerytti ug looked most feaorahae for a day of exciting racing. The first race called was tao 1a iaC', purse $1,000. There were twelve starters, most of them w-la marks low ;a the twenties. San Pedro, Salisbury's black gelding, sold favorite avef the field at fc-ja; field $18. Ben ivdro wee the oolj kerat in the race. He kept tae fteid coa.paay past the gaarttr tuen he drew out, end al. Ibougb well followed by Prime Donna, was not headed. Time, 2:14). Saeosad heat wea again Ban Pedro'?. The t.me was fa?t, 2:12. He inooeedad in di.-'tancine three more of titl Is. Prima DOOM was driven bard an.i lookpil a game race mare bui she only i : i the gelding at the wire. The third oca' eat Ibe last one. Prima lv-nr.a started but gave him a horat rii'i-. Bbt lapped him well neat the home turn. Here her epeed failed. Fleetwood Waiacd up and naithed 8tc ond. Tnnat:14. Keult today as follows: Free for all face, half mile h- ata. Mr.ur l Key W.laea 4 Pi aee Uat Tim-: 1 ' It, 1 "!'.. 1: tJfciei .. Vr.- f all tt-ot. purse .' '). tfartaa H U a Alvtn Vic II Charleston . Time: 1:11 1:M. t: V,, 4 y r . 1-. : J trot, ; urs H-i''!a .Muta Wiliiea t'ararv lUrd 4dr 1 6 2 3 4 5 Or .5 .. o ...4 i..irce g .. I ialr Kammia Senate r A Bell uaa?tt Time: 2:144. 2;17X.2-1&. 2:45 pac). II. (Jul i. Sn Pdro Prima I'unna P:eetttot Pldol gaeiaataa Irarrp - mal- Pirat' i !": 1 1 d i 1 7 'tia dla Ut 111 i fait be: Tlrne; i 1. I:IX I:H Weather pa if 001 tri k fast. Hal Pointer Win3 Again. C.ti miu A'ig. -Tins was the lasi day of the Columbus l iriving aaso i at on meet. ng. The tiack was KOOa and tne attendance large. Hal Poiuter and l.rct. wno tooa two heatoeach yesterday, were obliged to go two more htete today before tbe niatch was de- ided. They paced deed ht at on the nrtt go m I l lj. Hal Pointer won the rtit heat end race by tig at leogtht .n Ixllf. i (,f oMier rac-: 2 r !a. tr .ttln. para H.20X ! m Pa La -n 111 rtno Ma (let a, Mr! ft a. Muter 4. ix'st tunc. . P . I II n t BJ Charter Oak Race. If Awrvoan, Gdnw, Aug. 2'. -Inapite f lb ra n an 1 a rr havv tr. k t r-i , lead 3 19 pacing race, carried over from Wednesday, wia cai,el at lb harter Oak track I a; j aivl tin.ahed. Th a' was tin 01 or. i " oMbe rarea a Thnreday'l pro ! gram wea called, but arfarmd ovr. ; k large crowd wee at t t. ah I i-fcc W rm rd,eTi d ' h a ' I ' when Ld Bed H .a: aC- ..,J in lTt War ! 4 m.le irieao 1 s . 1:471. Hw;:ij(ae j?i Kacs. Cmeaoo, Aug. iti. -lae racing was h a it Hawthorne, the ira-k laa aad atlendai i iboea iSmi aveeeswi T ura i t l w-ii, and UOfl i fee the brat time in luauy weeks captured two f jo S I .rst race, -e . ug, tt r e-fourths of a mile adversity won, Harry Asow Second. Artistic third; time, 1.21$. Beoond, ardnig, ihree-iuurttis of a jhi fmiatl Km: eora, gdneeee Sjecond, Atandoa t.nrd; t.iue, l:30i. Third, lor 2 -year old a, thiee-lourths of a mile-Hawthorne won, i St tannad, Cwstltotiat third; time, l;2o. Feserth, aeiaug, one Hole Stsoakoeo won, lnaoiauce .-cCoud, Qlffoffd Lhirdj lime. 1:4ft. rth ten rnrloego Bij B won, Hattie dant second, Content third; t.me, i j. Gloucester Races. Oimw II. Aug. 26. First race, six aed oee halt faftoega. dead hat a- i natnem and uawa Belt- anus third; tune, 1:21!. Purse divided. Second race, four and one-halt furlongs----West .- de won, Bright Kyea sec ond, Violet third; time, Third race, four and one-half fur longsAll Abtaafi won. Oregon second, Voung Lottery Inii l; t.mc, -.oto. Poezth race, one aiilt t'ulcary won, Wallace vi. second, Bbllt third; time, l:4.i. i tii r.ic,-, til and one-half furlongs Natal. e S won, Vocaht.' second, Pro hibition third; time, l.-'i. Sixth rac, one mile False 11 won, Moon Kaker scoad, Auturn thud; t ...o, 1:44a- Brigkeoa Beacn Kace3. Kww YoaK, Aug. 2t. KcsulU at Pr ghton Peach: i-i.-r-t race, seven furlongs Blossom won, Nubian second, Ta third; tune, Baoond,tlTT) furlongs Josephine won, Spart second, Salidin third; time, l.O.iJ. 1 mrd, six aal one half furlong. Alcalde won. ZonObii second, Joau Caanangh third J nine, l:-i. Fourth, aw fnrlonga Key West w.n, Lotimei second, labrian tnird; t.me, 10:4. 1 .fth, one mile Crotchet won, lad. a Sabbat second, Jack BOa third; time, AoL .vth, six and one-half furiong rdeenxwon, Glonana tacondt Long Peach tnird; time, :lo. Bicycle Races. Cxjrrexaen, Aug. 2t. i he Cleveland Wheal club held its first annual rari i, tting m this city this afternoon. Tne weather was unfavorable, ran ::illing during a portion of the t ine aad making the track soft. The fol lowing were the result-: ne mile novice, A. T: Brown, Cleve land, first; C. C. Van Tyne, Findlay, O.. second. Time 3:00. Ooefottrth anile, open E. C. John son, c. A. c, Cleveland, won; W. s. Clabell, at. A. 0., New Yoric, second; tune, 3:SS 4-5. One-H ill n ila, 1 :20 class . . Ban maun, I'ayton, (., wou; Fred Kitwl, Chicago, tecond; time, 1:16. Ooa mile handicap f, C. Chandler, I ( ralan I, won: Joseph draves, Cleve land, second; tune, 2:27 Half mile, ODen A. A. Zimmerman, .'. V., A. C. Freehold, N. J., won; B.C Johnson, C. A. C, Cleveland, second; tin'e, 1:1(1 4 . Two milo lap A. A. Zimmerman, S. A. C Freehold, N. J.. won; C. W. iorntg, B. A. C, Buffalo, teeood; lime, o:3(3 3-5. rw0 rnito, 50 class W. Loo, Mea surer, It. p.. f ., Rochester, N. Y., won; Bobert Q. Banmann, I'ayton, (., sec ond; time, o:3ti 3 5. One miie, open A, A. Zimmerman, N. Y., A. C. Freehold. N. J., won; Aus tin F. rookl, P. A.C., Buffalo, seci ad; tietOi 2:5 2 5. Coo'.ey Captu- d. INt sr s. Pa., Aug. -atn Yen ier, one of toe ( oolay ging of outiaws .oat make their headquarters in the mountain! in tnii ranity, was eap lun d here and brought to jail here to Jay. DEATH IN THE BAY Ceattaata from First P.iuc bate today. Fr. Puyse, William B. t ime and Mnry Carey were confirmed 11 exe utore. The will provide that the homestead and store on Lancing avenue shall go to thia wife, Mrs. Mary arty, during her life and after her ieatli to Kr. Payse, with the wish of lOO teetatOt that hi tne tbe same to ' -tablih a home for fallen girls. The remainder of the etate, which eons.sts of several fast trotters, including the faniou- stall n JeOmont, who made a record of 2 M at t hicago laet weak, it left to Fr. Buyte. New Town on Lake Michigan. I i pteoTOW. Aug. 2f'. A new town ia U'nig started on Hopkins lake, near I odtngton. Hopkint lako is a leauii fui she t ol water Ihiee quartern ol a Btlc long and bell a mde broad, fairly well Mocked w.th fiOk, and in the to dt ol Ike best fruit country In ti 10 World, per hap. The rrsorter to Hop I m lake can add to his fish diet peaches and cream. He baa, a little to h "twar i. a reagnificent view of old I ak M rti tar, from an elevation Of some SOU fea t. Off for 'Hamburg Farm." T v . lg. VfrnT Winaps I BjMwmins bafora departing to "Hamburg Farm appointed Willrvn I Webber of 8ai naw. .lames II Kin oaee of Kalamatoo ! Reubee (Food. h Ol Irsrerae I 't mm seonerl nmier the prrviions of th joint re at-d .:.-! . 4 t.ctct yes'.erday, alter adopting a reaoiut oa to nominate only e ataad siure on the Otnabe platform. Sheriff, Justice Thnringlat .rk, Fraua 11. u.iuatead, Si.h-1 t. 1 ra . tge of j r -bai, ieorgc Patrice regater of deed, S. Peterson, proeecutaag attorney, Geo. E. litrui.arwav. Weil Li.t Tekanaha. TrK-N-uv Aug. - Tti.s place is experiencing cue of the heeitl aet Uxms of any lowa in autrietn Micht 2 . 'I :. . s a ,.i ... r b.is witaeaeed the conatruct fabauk.two ar.- r, a large warehouse and an A. . I' A . r.ai. Two add it -a. Btorea, a mett mailtet ana K . . 1 . M. hail are now u:. ler way. laiat pruig thre Were but tare brick ttorea; by'Ku-ber 31 tliere will be naie and po.My eleven. I .c r it a lull t riifrat :m ut .Mt . ... j tu Thv MrraiU " I- f uf Uaujaiuia fr" sea " VetAae eea aeWeiseree4j ' Uo ai iui . H:n Lets Cut Off. Btaoree, Aug. 2C. A tramp tailor naaaed Frank Horn, woo had worked for Crane, tim rdotkiaf , m tins place for the peel foe daya, was ruu ovir by u freight tra.u e-icrday afternoon at Sunuu.t, lad. Both legs were cut off. He was taken IO kngOki lnd., where he lived but a ahort time. It is eup pOOtd hr tr.eJ t steal a r.Je. Rt WOt a single man. It yean of age. His par ent hvt) at Buffalo. Escajed and Rearrested. Kaiam.o, Aug. 26. One Cleorge Mosher, who haa been living at Vicks burg under the uame of Bert Hilgard, was arrested lat evening by a depu tfated officer trim Warren, Pa., where he is wanted on a charge ot illegitimate parentage. The officer found he could not hold him legally and Mo-her ipped out, but was recaptured again today by Sheriff Board at Center ville. , Old Saginawian Dead. BaorwAW, Aug. 25. Thomas Orchard, an old cit zen wtio has been in Alabama looking a! land, was taken ill there home eeekt ago and his family hero hare been arranging to have him brought home aa soon as he was ablo to tr::v. !. Today Intel Itgence was re ceived that he has teen dead I week. He was ,V years old aad was for many years a foreman in the lumber woods. Won't Have to Go to Lansing. M anojCI rrr, Aug. 2'". There will be a mting f the Michigan Board of Pharmacy at Marquette on thi 'Mti of Ibit month, to give -andidates for reg istration on th.s peninsula a chance to le examined without going to the lower peninsula, thus saving thorn con siderable time and expeate. Two Rigs Collide i. Pviv Paw, Mich., Aug. 20. John Sherman, a produce merchant, while driving a vtluablo colt last evening n the street, collided with an unknown pan a arid was thrown from his cart and seriously injured. One of the colt's forelegs was broken in three p aces. The animal had to be shot at oace. It wa valued at 1200, Horrible Accident at Whitehall. Whitxhaxx, Aug. 2a. William Key tell, the foreman of the Eagle tannery beam house, was dkWOVerad this morn ing in a horribly mangled condition. While attempting to put on a belt his clothes caught in tho machinery and he was burled around the shaft a num ber of times, breaking both legs and one arm. He cannot live. 1 he freutisip. t in La nllare'i, "lafr r in n jtiu i 11 t.un 1011" 1 a fine ateel ew reaviaa r rveasdoel Baiilaee tiouiieif. 1 he liuuk Is a Knit in. -it at uri. Pensioner of 1B12. OalBaAUBO, Mich , Aug. 26. Mrs. Sf'.rah M. Pas.sett, who dic-w a pension because of service rendered by her de Deaeed hnaband in tne war of 1812, is dead. Bht was a lady of high culture and one of the earliest settlers in Kala mazoo county. She was upward of 88 years of agCj Well Known Colon Lady's Death. Coins, Mich., Aug. 16. Mr. Amelia R., wife of K. B. Hal, banker, a highly esteemed and much respected lady and a resident of Colon for titty yrar, died at 2 o'clock this morning. 1 he funeral will be helil from the family home unday at UH90 a. m. Drowned at Mayville. M AYV11.1.K, Mich., Auj. 26. Jana-.s Anderson, a young man of 17 year was drowned in 8hyt lake. He wen I m bathing and Wat drowned in light ol i m fethar, mothtr and sister, who were rowing a boat near by. The body was recovered. Burglars Maile a Haul. ClIAUt.KVo! v, Mich., Aug. M. BUT elara entered tlx residence of K. V. Wood In the night time and idaotedad n tecuring Iv trousers w.thout nwak- 1 him. Taking the garment to a room adjoining hta abaraber, they al ttracud ilOJ from the poekafci and .-kipped. Dav.J Was a Winner. If anteaiA. Mioh., Aug., 28, laviil Wautiaaon wint tho race for the ootni tat on of tharifl of Oalkoon oounty on the republican ticket. It was hotiv COO totted, but the mai h : d : t work. There wa an unprecedented number of candidates. Three Horses Perished. Fixer, Mich., Aug. M. Th barn of Chariot Fi b r. in Mt. Monr a towj ship, Wat detroyad by tire la-t oighl, t--gi thai with the season's crops aud three borota State New in Brief. An electric light toWCi in Bay City fell with I eteah during tbt prevalence nf a oortheatt wind Thortdaj aftei noon a- I It a t.t.l .rr k The fern bee of w litem 01 ver, east of the village of Hemlock City, was burned ou VTtdnoadtT Loot ahoul 11,000. Co ir A BOO of U e H aperia Her- a Id have bought the H kv . . Ohio, l lependant, and Will go there th week. The reeeioe of the First Micbipan engineers and niectn.ct will 1 held in Jack f toker BO, Celomet and Bii Jacket poatoffic bve feti combined preparatory to free mail U r-rv. Pro. k it r tielng cauirht fnater tha' t.'.y .) tw pi acted .n n ethern ate !, I . ro Ila I "t ''a ' 1 1 e : I r. Wla " " .iif. ar OrNTIT KXJOYfi T ih V e raeUiod and reeulu aLen B) rup i ia it taken; it it pleeaant aiJ rt'rrtl ig , tbe Uale, and aeu geatlj yet UtoaayUy on the Kidneys, Liver and iiowtls, cleans the tye teui efleetuaily, diepelt cold, head affheg and .'c. . . i-- o haluual onntlinofinai rup of i-iga it tlie only remedy of iia kind ever in iiueed, aleeagajj to the tacte and ac teptal.le to the rtomacb, Oten B in iu action aud truly beneficial in iu s, prepared only from the moat kenJtfcy and areeahle suletaace?. it luaur excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it LLe tuoat wpular remedy known. hvrup ot fnm ia fkf Bale in 5V and'$l bottlot by all leading dl gi?ta. Any reliable drugyitt who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who - to try iu Do not accept art I IwUtwka, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 54 FHAHCtSCO, CL. wuii . ilu, ar. ut oat. m. r. General State News. At Pluck K.ver Thursday morning William lierciar, while passing from a car to a locomotive, slipped and fell between them. He was 00 badly crushed that he lived but a few Bails lib S.J a child of Joseph Banecei ol Bay Citv, who was tiiought to ha Ittffcrittg from catarrh, WSO entirely relieved by tho removal of a small ball of twine, which was found lodged in one of her nostrils. The Ludington Becord is responsible for the statement that a Man tee alder man moved to ftdjoum aad another of the "dada" moved to lay the motion on the table till ne.vt mooting. Fi-ank l'uloi8 of Black river a brake man on tbe Alpena railroad, fell be tween the cars of a lumber tram on the Hubbard s lake branch Thursday, and was ioetoatly kitlcd. Frank Martin, 10 years old, while throwing stones into a pear tree at Ypiilanti, was struck on the head by a returning missile and seveiely hurt, but will recover. Oaletborg had skilled burglars who looted a jewelry store, luncned in a grocery and walked outot town in new shoes. Tne losers are Wilson, Evans and Smith. Adna Van Orman of Lee was acci dent ly drawn ndoa large buz2 paw while sawing lunineron Tuesday, and had hit arm lacerated in a horrible manner. Bobert Waistel of St. Clair accident ally shot himself at Onota on Wednes day, the bullet penetrating his bowels anil causing death in a few hours. U, K. S.gler of Adrian has propo gatcd a new seedling tOBUYtO, fair spec imen! of which weigh two pounds. He calls it the "Ponderous." Sibley & Herningei of Mukegon have handled tae lai,;. st log raft of the season. It contained 97,700 pieces and scaled 10,000,000 feet. The first gun of thucampa gn al Hes pcriawiil be lired by M. II. Walker of Qrand Bapidt, candidate for attorney general, tomorrow. Frank Maurer of Frankcawuth fired at a squirrel on Wednesday, his gun buist atid uis left hand aad aria were that tared. Bud ington'a water works were set iu motion a few days ago and tne people are now drinking pure Lake MtCfa gao water. A 12-year-cl i son of Wendell Coilev Of Pet'key. is reported to have been choked to death with cherry p a. A Mrs. Stevens of Ann Arbor, .'0 ye r old, lUatainod a broken tb . . i y K lull down etairs on itiuraoay. Turo and Wholesome Quality Commends to public approval the Cali fornia liquid laxative remedy , Syrup of Figs. It is pkasant to tuo tiif.e am! by ta t.ag ; :. y .. t kidneys, avereM bowel.; to cleanse ttie rystem eff ectually it promotes the beaith aad comfort of ail who use it, and With milhuns it is the best and only rtuiedy. CURE tick Umii- h' aae raeaaa o, o. jw iat Oanl loabll i a- 1 tl: t'i,i r.i.'rt as 1iii . I r .; f'tpe ft4r ate. em in the "iS. p W le thw ino rroiariat i mx i -. upa b-t abewB ib cvnag SICK Ra - . t r,Ta'i I e-n Lrvet fnta I'M if tl r " - ' (71 FREE I l l. i a mi (.uti aest CARTER'S ViTTtc ai Object Lessons For This Week. We Want Your Attention This August Moming, The gfofe tiewe nt tins tunc hjggi mm than a irrn charm. Tl o arowd are wiu.uie t.. tin tMMM h r and the wise and jirtnh t iotd m11 nicntallv ts, tht-m to ftCWBfHBi'r tiiusii'. Mum v snviuc mt-arih more things for 4.: race and OOUfottj and that payff rf lier homee. "Oae of the )irdr.t eat-tles fm Saton to oeereaaac u 0 h.nn iti,eri lutt w iawy." Had we sj).iCf vtv could introdni- you t 1 .1 -t :tre-. of hargaine, but, like voyaea take n ui pajM-r. do n t patisfv as dot-8 the real experience. SToq nitn-i thoin tliia week. He an rjTI eritnraH Bltfl ai.ntt.v. paten intliL host of .od things irparod tot y.ni. In the Dim Perspective. Another fieason is dawnincj. New twinge will aooa take the place of their predecessors. MAK1 BAY'S ALKKADY. Staples will follow staj let, and nowei ties fedlow novelties. All this calls lot rneral prt paratioii from us and a cleaning-up of everything iu each ilepartmenL The China Silks Must all jra. There are a larjre nutnhr r of Ir.-K V:t tcrv s and quite a van. ty -f pl c - m whick there ia just enoiurii for a silk wa:f. 1 . r ?-t GOHM arill them at vt ry low jirice. A Still Greater Attraction. Monday morning we inautrur.ite a genera! c ! UK ' Mid of our ENTIRE WASH DRESS GOODS STOCK Inc' tiding domestic and Imported Ginghams, Salinea, Sill elinee, Madras Cloths. Bedford Cordi and rmmtkj dreas lengths, cut way N low tir-t Orjat. The p wil' furnish strong iticeutixe to lay in a s , at ence. Kor particulars apply at the countera. Wool Dress Goods Novelties For early Fall are arriving daily. t w 1 yea In the old and new worl IN VITBtK We haye mtny line remnaatd in tins 6partraenl lefi ee a reenlt ol ihe aeaaoae cuttine aad elaeaiaez; which bate been niarkt i al i price. Tho little miat will Bad n some fttat enotagh fear e flaawm, efa adlnlt ditim Take this g atlo hint, Across tre Aisle V01 will Bad na alegar! bargeJa in oer th .vv tatSLB THREAD VEST, low neel aad s lee tliitf. treell they will he I A i ;.l 37c Housekeeping Linens Tow i. the refuae if fin x. Y M d aai want It fj your tabic linens, hold ilotli. nnpkin - r doyh t. tl light. Ho there Rftlgtl opota) Ili. Tit w Sin h stuff 1 :. o ::t iitiv prit "1 li.it worth rone m' Jlrre nre targruns in flnx- reot toer: 7J ita h t 'earn Inmnd p r yard T V 1 2 inch Cream I :un as ' 1 v 1 ! m h- J . . . . s -.rth 51 01 A Tine linen towel with colored !.rd r 1 p u work J"- The Bdc kind. Mir ! m ! ?: t m Mens I lose. s ii:!(;&('(iMiv 1 IU .Ml vry ' I I Y a 1 inf tlie h IVsl'I'i 1