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3 are f ,r Vi f.mre. txtux um at Clare. Clam. tpL 24. - a terri&c vi ted thi aaaHna est gal. T lOeeee oi M !. fcatoi., ad! tor I ...... ... ,uu. a L.y t i .. i s si so Ul ! - fM l 1 4 ;e by in S and buruJ. Killed by Won Pola. Kajiar,ar. SapC 24. Wb:le team f lue NaUvuei buuw bus K Jr iku tr ru lt. depot last tbe vs kaocaeU eowa by la poia of trio ..i and .oil .mit iuteu ly, Ttve poia sUuce b:ui beii.ad IQ Opening of tb Campaign at Punuac. I'.ariac, tteit M -'-Ml uifbt Hon. Byron M. Cuictieun spoke to a large gatoering at the uag SUeu's kepubli eeu ciuo. He addreserd bimwu ee pacutiiy to ywuug uea, tne uew voters who Will coutroi by taatr totes the el'ction d NomuiNr The character and oouetituency of tbe two deaoin. ualinc parties received bii I atteDt.ou. ile beld up the repuo.ican party of progress and advancenieut, a party in accord who tne patr.ot.c MM one of young men. lie -aid ti.e democrat party wn a party of opposi tion and for trie past tbirty yearn itt m;ea. on bad been to oppose the ;ro greesne enact plea of low reput..an party. Me compered aad aloaely anel yxed ir e elatforaai ol the democrat party m lM a:ut Wl, showing radical -ange from IIm p.e'.forui upon which t avelaad stood laea and the platform of loV'i upon wn.cu he doee not iike to tand. Ha alaa aa;d the deu.rat party alwsys has tvm a:id is today dow. Dated by in aouth. There was a large attendance of young lueu and tne tpeech will have a coueervxig in tlueuce upon the young voters who n-r 1 t. ;. Sept. it. This city of IS, 00r) people rece ved a e::t from Hon. Allan B. Mora, r'rd Memo, l abor C'ommtss.our Kubinaoa and J. Maurice Finn, who add reeled a meeting of ahout 40o. Probably toe moat iigmri cant incident af Morse's visit is a re mark he let drop to an old acquaint ance. In answer to bis friend's query as to how be was progressing with hu cam pa Mre mm: "The farther I gel into this luiug the more 1 dsftaikt it-" i Mirr Seot. 2. - At the Midland legislative repubt an convention Judge a an I'. Oordoa of Midland wss norn : ated by acclamation tor repre sentative. Republicans here are jubi lant and confident. Mo.hkok, ept. 24. The republicans opened tti-ir campaign with a large and anthnaitatH gathering at tne armory. Congressman o'honuell. who is mak ing a thorough canvase of the county, delivered t rr.ng address. Mv- N. ?ept 24. Tbe republican county convention held here Friday was large and enthusiastic. It in structetl tm aighteen delegates to vote for Kdward Cahill of Lansing for a.-wociate justice of the supreme court. M urtX pt. Mt -A pole raising M t re; a hi .ran rally at lngersoll I . aradaf afternoon aud evening t rougbt out a large gathering of tLe wide awake voters and the evening I-ting, was a ; .!y and enthus.ast.t: one. ft K. tngie ot Ivtroit spoke. VattMOMrniLLr, beet. 24. A republi can leaur has t en oraoued tiere W . ..am OrawWwd president, tharlee fiallenbeck secretary, H. it. Church treasurer. Saaoiaw, tpt. 24. Chauney W. Wianer has bean renominated for rpr -. nt:.v hv the democrats of toe s.x. 1 iw l.vr.ct. Ja-os, 'pt. 24.-The republican senator ai cnvon'.on for tlo tentn (1 str el has hern ca!i to meet at Chel sea, Saturday, ctoler 1. State News m Brief. Whist the rbai af the National house a rraadtfort waa aeing arieea from the dtp)t to the hob'l Fniay evening, a b.y wi se ii"nH wss n BOQtll Frank fnr' ran in front of the horses aud was seriouaiy injured toat he d.ed .n a few UllliUtCS. A horse driven by Mrs. Fred I.am roswacit ran aantj atk.itama soo sjsj Fr day an 1 collided ith a Jr gnl cr .eft in the street by . K. v 1. laiiway men. The buggy wa '.ashed su t Mrs. lanibe:! i arm was br ken. The H bbard and l irl hotel are r w ler one manaenient, Henry A. Mayden aud Cbartey Norton having pooled tne r issues. It has aweC dmop strated for many vears tnat la . ppati but one first clase hi t .1. Ths ra s. 1 had a rally ard at Karr, thttTi ver v Fri n. . ried era lure lav sr vnt Th Osa d -bv B tot r irblaakaaiith, tch. once . ar- ti laaaoafesl- ty were cap- iaasnafllrt VI iaa preidnt he M.rh iday Sehmd assw-eiat on. hat 4 ir letter urging ai I Sunday eorrs to attend f n Hav v Jlavaas am ' " rg ai n ylsnt on the .4 rotnM .'rek . itnown as f4ar- hi b-n I arrhaaad of 1 Isr I a-. who ive a e e aw 4 .1 iter, tf 1 ajfk w laaawl it, - :r -T' i-t a UhI to speak for ttie repuo...ans, Bark worth foi tne deoeocieU. Ma.. i. saae t..;.v ititi ar run by water power and a .arge eu uUr of eels had te b taken out of tae water aaaei aateai .;. piaai would work sat- t t - tieamer naugatuck stuck on the Da.' eiore augaluca rriday n ar- !KI was a so heav ly that U to k I e tug browu ail u-goi to work her oi this a f ..iig. i ne aaiwa of Um lata sfaawaa H i atta at Aruiada, wer -iruk by I ghtaus r.4y moru.ug and Ourucd wta Ihe.i oaifi.u. i osa aooutH. aajrtiaUf I -orner stone -f the new i'ongr gaaasjal efcurao at Leke i XI ease was tad Oa Ihursday r-y trend Master loueaaudtno Uaaoa.c lodge oi that i -.a. i.pany B, h arty-fourth llhno.s regimerr, will iswew lis aunaal ruu.ou . s Aler tuber IS. hr:.k K. lliu..L. n, treasurer of the tge of Caro, is dead of typhus fever, ed l-2 years. The'Armada lair commences the 2tth :ni., and promises to surpass those of all previous years. Fred A Itn of Midland waa kicked in tbe stomach by a coil Friday auu )Uite -er latj BJ red. ...lespie dedicated St. i'aul's F.piscopal oh urea at Kik Kap.ds on V edueeiiay. La ton. a Race. LaVOSIAf Sept. 24. The f ollowing are the results of today's races: Krst rv-e, turec-fourths of a mile--Oat oi bight won, Bocha second, Mark 9 tti.rd, lime, I Iji. i oud, one aula -Baaaia Bislaad woa, Calho.. - cond. Loudon third; t.me, li.ird. one and one-eighth miles Kay B won. Maud Howard secoud, Fal- ero third; time, LoTL I- u.irlh, one mi. . Kentucky Central i stakes afternoon wen, DaraaaUa sc- oud. Indigo third, time, 1 44L I ifth, Dve-etghtaaol a aula t'ora l y mi won, I otjuftte secoud, Vida third; t.me, 1.014. bkxth, tntee-fourths of a mile Miss Hal.srd voa. Louuie H secoud. Kruest third; time, I II. Beveatb, one mile Little Annie won, Happy hay second, liun Ltarcr third; lime, l.l. Gloucester Ksces. Quwjcaaaaa, If, J., sept. 24. The races here resulted as follows: First race, six and one-half furloug r ere on . Arthur I avis second . p- ndoliti third; time, 1:24. jaeoBst, five eighths of a mile Star- wor. , Wurpaint second, Misiry tlurd; time, 1 8 1 - ven and one-half furlongs rhorndala won, n Away second, lar ling third; time. 1404. Fourth, -'ven-e:4hths of a nv.1-- Beliaariua won, Logan second, Jim Imnn third; t.me. 1:33. Fifth, ftee-eif htha Of a mile Captain Hrow:i won, Ma.d of Blarney second, Snray third; time, L04J. "v of a mile Van Wart won, Tradeimaa t-econd, Startle third; time, lS4. Gtavcsend Races. Nk -l.--lhe (Iravesenii races today resulted: Ftrat race, uv-e:ghts mile Eagle Bird won. Halcyon second, Chat tanooga third; lime, 1:024,. BaCQBWg ana aaw one-eighth m:le Transit won. The Fob second, Algoma tturd; time, 1:65. lii.rd, thrta qoaiiara mile Aja won, Moyne ieldiug secoud, Spartan third; time, 1:15. Fourtii, one and ne-eighth miles Lampllftbter won, Kiugnlon second; time, 1:07. Only two starters. h rth, one and one-'piarb-r miles -Kc?ers won, Lepaato s,coiid, A.'-na third; time, 2. '... ..tn one m;it 4 ynosuro won, I aboto second, Fred Taral third; tune, 1:43. Hawthorne Park Races. Catoaao, Sept. 24. Four favorites won, two of tht-m being at odd-. H:rs: race. ' year-olds, selling, one iiA.f m e Bm oa won. issie v. saoand, hlla Luke th.rd; time, lit, B 1 oo4 U s .mta Anna won, Centeila second, Krnest liaco third; time, 1 :. Third, three-fourths mile Oregon M won. Azrael second, B bly I'.each third; time, 1:52. h urn,, selling, one and one sixteenth tailaa Btlry Pukerton won, Torrant second, napaaan third; time, 162. F ifth, sdling, one and three-fourths vnp"! won, Kechor second, Su nette third; time, 1:10. S itb, handicap, one and one-half niiles, over five hurdles Hasssnio won, Haenea second, Coaaara tmrd; tune, 2 50. 'i rrrrdsy's Base Bad. 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Cm i Pewse. 1 and ( seventh inning iarkneea. rh l V. nild Riehart n ( -it-sn paopi of small meaca t,-s laftarv -f lif tSers ar rror fh n Man 4. ard o or; foern ther r fifty alT--- preisai-T k the rnnat apr.etaN i roan ran itnln'ra in - Hr I n mr tm m hat ar.r plant gatb I v r-rr before WtrW" by pr If aaaaaa, aed en tae left arm f petieat, witheet hi knewtag TWO IS ONE FAIIU Wry ltit rt tin History f liu?loul ani Wilt. fifth Have Hat a Wr Sai ami t :i.oi !.a iii-iuc. Hut AU Is J - W&d Hrihtn. M in fheir Hotnt ScsV. NrVtr to our kr.owleiige has the old adage of. a t,..ir tlntap lo every c.ouJ uvea so wonderfully exemplified as m the huuie of Mr. Jaaica liaahajl and htl excellent wife Mary. The facts .1. the cae are s- remark al ' that Wc shall g.ve the whole mat ter iha nact words ol kne aatwena nterested. lttiem-in.it Mr. M-ehan. who reMdesat57 Granite aVaei.Qwiaay, Mass., waa the hrst to suddenly take "I was :ck with 1 ver d sease and u .eeralion of the bpaall." he says. "My haaii was also affected. I waa cuhtint-d to my led three months. "A consuitaliou of physicians was held aud 1 was pronounced aiouiat . . Mn. J M1 - MKt'HAS. "After thai 1 rtoppesl taking their remedies and began the use of Ir. flraene'i Karrora b.ood and aorvs remedy. ''I'n vious to ihia I could not sleep, my nerves were exc. table and spws modic, my atamaeh would not bjar food, vomiting almost constantly. Soon after beginning tins remedy I slept better, and my stomach would bear light food. "1 continued to gain until I could get out. I now work all the time, and feel that Ir. Greene's Nervurn blood and norve remedv eaved mv life." It is need!o-H to ay that Ins faithful wifa Mary Maehan waj profoundly thankful for the unexpected recovery of her ha abend to health and strength through the wonderful curative virtucu of tins great medicine, bat ven in th midtt of her great joy, she herself was prostrated by an alarming attack ol rheumatism. Mt ii only just, and may be of groat - irviee to the afflicted' she says, "thai 1 should state publicly my seriou trouble and how I was CO MRS. MAIIV MKPIUV. "I was sorely aillicted with rheunm tism for m re than six montns, and il eemed to affeot my whole system, pains aod stitlness of muscles and jointi h which aai ailded ihe mor a ute pains of sciatica. "It was with the greatest difficulty 1 could keep atout my house. I tried many remedies w thout relief. Having in mind the great benefit my husband received from the use of Ir. Qt gene's, Nervura blood arid nerve remedy, I concluded to resort to it. To my grea joy it was completely Mooeeaful an 1 by ttie use of only three botties I wni entirely eared and my health has bee;, perfect since." There is no mistake alxmt it, Dr. ireene's Nervura blood and mrv. rt medy is a wonderful medicine an1 effects some moM r--markable and tor prising cures. Beery sutlerer FrOfTl disease should try it, for the chances are that it will just hit the tiouble and restore the long sought health. All druggists keep it for fl and it il p ire'v vegetable and harmless to use. It is the presenpt'on and discovery of tea gr-at specialist m curing nervous and chronic diseases, Ir. (ireene, of No. 3" Wett IPh tr''et, N'-w York, who ea 1 in all cses te consulted free. If to 1 call or wr.te ban a description of your disesse. VeeaaeMa of tt traaa aoi. S..ms Kilk w.irtiM lay from 1.000 s I. 1 . tbe wasp ri.ooo, the ant frrn s.ooo to :,.. Ti-.e naatbet af eeg laid ly the eeaea has long lern in dh piitv lluri" -r - fr" i .'..':o t i.ooo, but Hpnce and Rirby both go hi 11 eeeral 1 r. rach drlanm: tliat th pien of arerng fertility will lay na i ffaaa 40.0o, tad probably aa hitfh aa AO. 000 ia one wsfoo. Terrnca fata lie, the wlilt nt. p.-nr,l of the r -t etranrtlin ry eggdaying arnfteaaitiaa f any kOOWg erHtue. Hktt often pw ! -s s6.4s) ejax in a singir day I I in tb time when the whfte ant lyg-ln la lay antil the erg-lyinc ej.n is r.r nua j nelcowl bye , m . --sriaan -xrt lunar nv nth -sh araaHsewl '2.S00.- eirsr. In p-'-nt ol Ity the white ant xeeoia all other rravirra. r as aea )s - BEECHaM'S PILLS i sjT net nut- a c n 1 : . mmr e 4 r iilaSI - ' 1 r rrrrwrwa I -ig.--.., ' - uww,y T ; .i" Ik 7 ri 4 r k W r' TUs MANS FAITHFUL FRIEND "MS' A i Pi -: j th(r. )ii-li! that will serve to make io..k well and be well, you 1 kods I )epartment OOTR&TEVENS "IT'S AIMS THE lways be alive to the fact that the diatance between yon and our aKore ia arell worth traveling if yu have anything to buy. The Hultiplica.tion Table Seemed marvelona to you at one time, hut our celebrated Patent nb Extension Cornea next in line of importance. Nearly at practical rod almoefl indiipenaable arhen you once matte itt acquaintance. It's k IM and Best We had men ol arnae in daya f yon Bu( they never thoughl of thi before. I Solid Oak Polish FinisK l ic Different Stylis, $12.00 TO S27.50! n rnll ss line Crockery an I Sfco Winfinar Furniture Lnmnanu O 1 J s I to I 19 fouth lUIion Strpf t. 1 1.0 t. 1 69 I hern Siftajl T3og! Should have some attention paid him in the way of fitting dress and the collar is the principal thing to look afte r, as a neat collar will make a two dollar mongrel hold hi head as hitrh as a five hundred dollar -rol. Th'. rc is hardly a style of collar known t the world but that we have. Small ones for diminutive specimens; medium size for ordinary canines; large size for the giant dogs. We have them in nickel, steel and all kinds of leath er. Also dog whips, dog leaders, dog muzzles, dog harnesses, doc: food, doc medicine, doe calls. Everything your dog feel well, act well, will find in our 0Ortin sas 1 LIVE FISH THAT SUM HP THE STREAM." rr I if Patent in the Table Line top of 4S inches square, Tables, Pumiture, Carpet$, rv n trades with us but you. THIS Will be a Ifarictd Period in Dntm ( Historj of tht SeawfQOi More Suits, Tvpt ud Btjlea of Dnm Goo Ii Heel Sere Tluia An . where Else. All d&yv ijre opeiking day iritfa oi, bat perhaps thii week will exceed it predeeee sor in tbe gretteet Detnber of new designs and eoveltieete be shown. A few extraor dinary values are here quoted in mini inter lbs Ms! a All mk)1 Suitings, all colora. I Stnrrn Sersra vV. KV, H'oc. 1 qq and $1 il Anotlv-rline.two toned Oh v M.i.ihm. Iw ll i iuts. 4.V. hipcorda, 1 ii al ( ri V lonre, Bcngvline, Srrs, eti . Our Golden Bod Suiting, in plain fabric, in all tm p pu 5)c. Beat line of 50c fnnim in iar allssdei, BOi Ui lljQQ, ii'iv Btatr. Our i r. jm- 1 nr. 111 t e A lin' f two toned Mixt-d pru o, Jl T .t: i $1.SKX ttu BaOal Suitiufr, vrth TSc, BOW 60c popular .i i- in aolid colore. Ask to soo our Lofraine Suitings and our Dresden Cheviot8, etc. New novoltieg arriving daily. GREAT WAVES OF GOODS Ihivo Tilled the Dress Bilk Department, New novelties fresh from the makers. Oar silk man's eyes sparkle with joy at the sight, for it means easy sales and satisfac tion to every customer. Thoaa DangaliiM Silks intercat tn ry eroeaaa naeda aiflca for droaaoa. Vr have many varietlei at very moderate pfioea, Just introduced at the Silk OounterSj CRYSTAL SILKS. C0RTELLE8. A thousand and one shades are shown in novelty effects. Some have little figui woven in, in Mark and colors. TAFFETAS AND CHANGEABLE SILKS! Of these we have an extensive variety. They are now extremely ; ipular for skirts, linings and Facings. Novelties in Mnall tipure efh eta will 1 llir arell atvlea thii leaaon. See our exquiaite Moire Antiques. KM varictiet shown at moderate pricea. THOSE SILK rRIHHlSC EFFECTS I J -.. ZTmFLSl . which have become so very popular in tl e east again this season for dress trimmings. Sill. Proaa Patterna in aeeded eflecta will 1h tht reitiinv' t. mi (or eveninm arear. CLOAK DEPARTMLM ! Have you visited our Cloak Department this Pall i Von wouldn't know it; larger 1 half that, befora AmOOf the qttk k-aelling and popular tartnrnt pre Fi 1 Lbnoth - h, i - hi lana, aavjra, ' 1 -m suad It in brnwaa. plain aud trimmed n tU up in i hf-viot mi ported rough effect, llain Hearrr aud Stot h and Entfliah Miaturei Ft k Cant in the ltrt hnjc Monkey Capea, Aatrachaa Capea, French Seal 1 c "u r taee, Martin t jh . A ' injti' ti f-. rtnir nt d Arncfian ( ajo. M. and 4H in hea in lenirth.4aH ai7 a. Plaah sn jur. tr'ri 1000 atpwaroa ( r - marketa in all ahadmra and irea. Beptembct1 ii WaUiin aaother step tn wards mow .and ice will goon le n'at ln l WlM and tia!l rally. ;)riim' ,V WEEK Company.