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' 0. K. IUixxirrB, Publisher. BALDWIN, UICniQAN. tfEWS OF THE WEEK. . . mcniGAir. A Orand Haven phrtioUa hM adapted a bold course of treatment for consumption. Be has lanced a patient' breast to the lungs, and through toe opening he l gTedeelly abstract ing the diseased portion, and hopes ultimate 1 to heal the eoand part remaining. Bunday, while 0. L. Doll we on the reof of a etore owned by Mrs. Peck, at Henderson's Grossing, In the town of Bath, Bnlawasnee ' county, fce allpped off and falling freotuied hie tknll, eo that he only lived four hoars. The building was on fire at the time. Doll leaTee a wife and one child. 'Two wild cite were reeently trapped la Catlin, Otaego eonnty, one of whloh weigh tt poand, i 81 inohe high and 8H -oaf-The other, which appear yoonger and more docile, Ik 19 inohe high and two feet long. They were caught la the trap by one leg and have been plaoed la cage. , . . ' 'The greenback State convention ha been . called to meet at Jackson, March 17. A.M. Houghton of Fife Lake, foreman of a ifttalatee lamber eamp, suioldsd at Traverse Clty Monday night, by taking morphine. The 'eaoc U unknown,. '' Anna Boffenberger, aged 18. an estimable - yonng lady raiding six mile east of Oatflotte y-y rewmmitted aloide Tasscuty afternoon by tek Jtg atryohnlne. -The cause of the1 aetiann- Notwithstandisg the fact that enow la three feet deep, the earreying part ea and workmen on the Mara aette and Mackinac Railroad are pushing their way right along. Abont 400 Trench Oanadiana are employed in o leering the . timber and catting tie and cord wood. They , . travel on enow aboe and lire In rude shanties. r a apparently not la the least inoonTenlenoed by their hardships. . The first SO mile of the road lsading out of Mara aette mast be completed by Jaly SL' Work is progressing so satisfac torily tnat a contract lorntty additional miles will be let la three weeks. The Hon. 8amnel D. Haight, lodge of the -yx 18th Judicial oir uit, died at his farm near Lading ton Wednesday morning of Inflamma tion of the peritoneum, after six days' illness, which was not considered dangerous. The residence of Cornelius Dempster, with its contents, was burned at Bt. Joseph Tnesday , evei ing. Loss estimated at six thousand dol lar. . , The trial of Wm. Withiam for the murder of George Rhinehart, which had been ia progress at Flint a week, was eloaed Wednesday night. The Jury, after being ont an hour, brought ia a verdict of murder la the first degree. The .court-room was packed with people from all parts of the oonntry during the trial. Wedneeday night burglars entered the store I , ti Amery o rorrester, tuooara auoonstem, ! I ad Hahn, at 'Lansing. Emery fc Forrester' loss in watches, pen and Jewelry was abont tL600. On the train going south oa the Lake . . bhore road next morning a passenger paid his fare In pennies, which aroused the suspi- eion of eondnotor Clements, who caused his arrest by deputy sheriff Morse, who happened on the train. . A search revealed about 9900 "worth of the stolen goods taken at Emery A vk Forresters. . Senator Wesley P. Andrus. of Cedar Sarins has become Insane to suoh a degree that ar-- rangementa are made for his immediate re moral' to Kalamasoo for treatment. The A (cause of bia derangement 1 a disturbance of the brain from a bullet wound received In the war. , HIST; jogeph Bchuler, a four-year' old son of Fred.. Bchuler, fell through the loe on the Elk river at Elk Rapids Wedneapay and was aW drowned- A furnsoe has been built In Grand" Rapid lor baaing aeooretea cnina. " The cable across the Straits has been inter rupted for several days, and telegraphio com munication ont off north of - Mackinaw City. Mr. Beamer, cable repairer from Detroit, ie there, and will ascertain the cans and repair -.lt. . E.F. Col well's 'general store at Fowler, i Clinton county, was burned on the 23d. Loss ' 82,600. Mrs. David Mickins, a oolored woman of . Leslie, aged about 40 year, was burned to death by her clothing taking lire on the . 28d.. Solomon Caswell, on of Oakland's oldest ioaeers, died at the advanoed age of eighty our on the 18th. He first came to Mich igan in 1821, and two year later . settled upon the farm where he ever after lived. During the thunder storm at Whitehall -Tha aday night, a man named Biokard was -struck by lightnisf and killed. I . , Albert Dyer, aged 18 year, employed oa a ' : a i m a-J a l . i. T k L d suioide by hanging. He had been In that ' .- ' vlcinitv abont six weeks, havinar run awav I f from bis home la one of the northern counties Indiana. Home aiokneu 1 supposed to have been the cause. The stomach of Mrs. E. H. Lothrop of . Three Hirers, who recently died at Biissfield, r Lenawee county, under suspicious drenrn- lateness, baa been examln. d at the University " and found to contain poison ia considerable 7" ; quaatitie.. , r- . tx The Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore raii- '. road have entered into agreement with the r ' " people of Hart, Oceana eoanty, to ran their - ''' road to that town, leaving the mala line ojqc-fK- where near Collin or Mean station, and ran-g.-r-j ning thence north-easterly to Hart. j . 'rro Ions ta the estate of C. 0. DtLsvu. are tr ured. Loss estimated at over one hundred taoassnd dollars. The Rev A. W. Paige, of Kew Cavea. Ooaa. bas plsadcd guilty to a chart af sending ob sosne letter through the snail and has been fined two hundred dollar and ota The New York Stale Republican committee met at Utioa oa Wednesday and Instrmcted its delegate to Chicago to vote for Oeo, Grant The Vermont Republican met the same day at Montpelier and instructed their delegate to vote for Senator Edmund. The PoetmaaUr General ha issued the usual order denying the privilege of the registered mall and money order system to the MB H. Martin Company," No. 18 Clark street. Chi cago, alleged to be engaged la obtaining money under nose ana xrsuauient pretense. The Republicans of Indiana met la their re spective district on Wednesday, and elected delegates te the Chloago convention. The del egation ia mixed. A SDeoial from New Alhanv. InL. save that John F. Filley, aged 79, was tound dead Tues day on the floor of bis house, la Bpeaoer town ship, horribly gnawed by rata. He appeared to have been dead a week. There was no food ia the house and nothing to prepare food with. He was rerused credit for flour tnree wee as ago, and it ia supposed he died from starve won, though he had money hid away ana owned a good farm of 100 acres. He lived alone. The President bas approved the Joint resolu tion authorising the Secretary of the Navy to transport contributions for relief to the suf fering poor of Ireland. ' The Rev. Mark Sumner, a BaDtlst minister. has been sentenced by Judge Brown, in the United State district eourt, to confinement for six year ia the Albany, N. Yn penitentiary for lorging pension papers. ., . A Fort Buiord special says: Two men, W. D. Parshall and John O'Brien,, have been kill ed oa the Bedwater by Black Catfisher's band of Indiana. The operative of the Harmony company, Oohoea, N. Y Including those of mills Nos. 1 lands. No. 8 extension, I and the Jute' and Strong A Ogden mills strnok Friday mornin for an advanoe of 10 per cent, in wage am dinner prolonged to on e hour. Four thousand working people ar directly connected with the movement, and 278.000 spindle are In en forced idlneea. I he lose ia wage ia estimated at f WWU daily. Some months ago the Canadian government issued aa order forbidding the importation of oattle from the United State, for fear of the Pleuro-pneumonia, and, a a retort, Secretary Sherman at onoe issued an order prohibiting the importation of Cantliaa . cattle into the United States. The Canadian aa. horitiei have been in eonau' nation with the tmaury officials, and, aa a result, both order have been revoked and tne embargo has been removed. The Bev. H. W. Richardson of Sea Cliff. Long Island, eloping with his wife's sister and leaving behind a family of small children, was arrested on a steamer about to start for Texas. The Atlantic and Virginia fertiliser oom- Etny' factory at Orient Harbor, Long Island, arned Saturday. Lose one hundred and forty tnousnnd dollars. Ins nranoe seventy-five thou sand dollar. The coinage at the Philadelphia mint for the month of February is 3,885,020 pieces; value, Detroit in Brief: It 5 ' The receipt for the Pamell fund on Sunday evening from sale of tlcketa of admission and abseriptions were about 81,200. The subscriptions to the Butler railroad amount to U20. - . The Hon. William A. - Howard, governor of Dakota Territory, aooompanied !y Mrs. How ard, arrived at the Russell House Tuesday evening. ' . ' ' " ' A frame building at the corner of Randolph , i and Atwater streets and belonging to Alex. Lewis, was damaged by fir Tuesday night to tne extent or f iuu. The case of John Atkinson against the Free Press, which had been oa trial for a week ia the superior court, with Judge Swift on the bench, resulted Wednesday after noon ia a verdict for the defendant no cause of action. . Thomas Williams, a well-known eitiien of - Detroit, was found dead ia bed at aa early tZJ hour Thursday morning. He was for some i - yeera the bead of the firm of Williams. Osburn iZT-i.' Ca lmber dealers, but of late hat ' not ' been engaged in any business. - . ... J:"" A tb meeting of the Board of Education - i Thursday evening the committee on teacher reported 'a . estimates for teachers' salaries ;T.' tr the ensuing year 151,785, laelading salary - ot special teacher of penmanship. This ia Pin oaMknd dollar more than Jsat year. ' " '-' ' Durirg the year 23 streets were paved, ' . taeasuriog 7 miles and SSO-ljOOO. The sum' t- ber of square yards of street paved ta 128, J S V C18K, whtcb 9t,879JS0 square yards was tfw.. . codar block and 83,78378 . aquar yards atone tr rv y pavement, the whole eoat of which was $139,- I. OSl, or. an average of about &K per If J .? . square , tarda. .The . total meaeurement ia fi length of street paved and repaved ie 98 TrjlT ' milM kn1 3 639 feet and cost $3S3,468J5, or l about t-20 per lineal foot. ' sw The cl.burstment from the city treasury during February amounted to 1124,668, leav ' inc a balance at the end of the month of 'i36 927. . . . Aa attempt ia being made to organise a company to build a music hall on the Brush homestead grounds. Tbs capital stock of the com pan y is to be seventy-five thousand dollars, a portion of which ia ultimately to be nerd ia tutting a large organ ia the halL About for y thousand dollars has already been subscrib- r ed, and if fifty-five thousand dollars i sub Mr! bed the erection of the hall will be com . 'manoed at once; if not the seheme will be i abandoned . r The Hi mCCnsLLAITEOUS. national Demooatie committee sasem bled la Willard'e Hall, at Washingtoa, oa Mon- . day to select the place and appoint the time "'-' tot holding the Democratic convention 4o .t nominate eaadidates for President and Vlre ' " ' President. After eonsiderabl diaemssion Cln- ' J einnati we selected as the plaoe and Jane S3 t . the day for holding said Convention. ' ' ' Mrs. Clarke, a respectable married lady Uv ' - ' ' Ing in the Garry aeighborboed, Texas, oa Sua- dsy was brutally outraged and then murdered. . Three men were arrested. Oae confessed the crime. He ws horribly mutilated by the mob, his clothing saturated with coal oil and set oa fixe. He was afterwards hung. -. A max Baaed Donee, one of the oldest eiti , seas and a wealthy fruit grower ef Otoe eoan ty, Ksbretla, was JdUed Tuesday by aa laaaae son. The boy had shot oae or Lie father bone. The old maa attempted to take the tistol from his eon, who stabbed and instantly illed him. . The boy atfnapfed to kill hi mother but she eacasi E went to the barn, stabbed wnoCht horse ai two dcr. and final ly Ced lata a eon';' J, v re he wm eactared by the neWkbor a.'w kocra' resistaaee ad lodl U JsJ, - . A fire broke oct Taiiv ovdls la the . Dciavt block, Att--y, orlaatiri U tirw p lr fzzt cf tlj tI. j i:r:-l ty Ei"4, tarnUare x::etxr.r, 1- bai-lr-J ic- FEBSONAIi. A walking match will probably be arranged between "lilower Brown, winner of the cnam pionahlp of England belt, and Charles Bowell, lor JCI.ULOaside. The President has notified Gen. Boyntoa that his demand for a conrtmartial of Gen. Sherman will not be allowed aa the civil courts afford an ample remedy for the acts complain- caor. The Duke of Edinburg went to Windsor Tuesday to leave bia children with the Queen while he goes to Russia to bring the Dncheie oomc - Assistant Surgeon Robert White, United States marine hospital service, died at New York Wednesday. . He was largely Interested in sanitary scienoe, and was a prominent mem' ber of the American Health Association. The President nominated Henry Sterne, In diana, united States oonsul at Feetb. Parnell spoke at Bt Paul and Minneapolis Annrsoay mgnt. Dr. Brandreth, the patent medicine man. who lately died at hi home in Sing Sing, be queathed tne nomesteed and furniture to bis wife, and leavee the Brandreth house. Broad' way, valued at four hundred thousand dollars. to his seven daughters, and hi atooks, trade mark and the remainder of the estate to hi six sons, on the condition that they pay the widow ai.uuu a montb for ber lite. Gen, Grant dined with Minister Foster in Mexico on Mondsy. Among tfiC guests were President Diss and several members of the Cabinet After dinner Gen. Grant received the people an til after midnight. Bismarck bas enforced his demand for the appointment ot a colleague by suggesting that li bia work is not thus lightened be be allowed to retire altogether. The Hon. Rowland E. Trowbridge of Mich igan has been confirmed Commissioner of In dian Affairs. Commander Hull and Lieut. Collins. United Ststt a navy, were before the inter-ooeanio canal committee Uaturdsy and argued for the Nicer augua route. were cr-areJ prlstaJ and cad a ptnU order for the fourth Wednesday la 'March. Fab. J7. -Ia the Senate Mr. Cameron (Berk. Wis.) presented a Joint resolution of the Wis eoitsia legislature deprecating any f J legislation aa likely to endanger the prosperity of the country. . . Mr. Anthony (CepH R. I.), from Cm com mittee on prlatir- reported favorably the house Joiat rcsolaCax euthorixlnx tha nubile printer to furnish ail applicants with copies of bill, re porta and . other . public documents, hereafter printed by order of cocarresa. and distributed from the document rooms, oa sash applicant paying the cost of aaoh print ing, wun iu par oent. added, raaeod. After aa executive session the aenate ad journed until Monday.. In the House a resolution directing aa in vestigation into the ehargee against the com missioners of the District of Columbia made la a communication from the United States asurer, was adopted. CONGRESS. Feb. 23. Ia the Senate Mr. Bayard (Dem., DeL) moved that ia respect to the memory of Ueorge Wssnington tbe senate adjourn. 14 tt.lt... fV.M T ...... . A.t.. amendment admitting, free of duty, olothing and other contribution from abroad for the re lief of oolored emigrants. Adjourned. In the House at tbe expiration of the morn' ing honr, bublio business was suspended and memorial addresses were delivered upon A. M. Lay, Missouri. After speeches by Mess it. Knott (Dem , Ky.), Phillips, (Dem. Mo.), tbe bouse adjourned. Feb. 24 -In the Senate a number ot peti tions were presented, asking tbe reduction of the duty on chemloala used ia the manufac ture of paper. Mr. Gordon (Dem., Ga.) presented the reso lutions of the society of the army of the Po tomac, requesting legislation for the preserva tion of the data relating to the battle of Get tysburg. Mr. Wallace (Dent, Pa.) preaented the reso lution of the Philadelphia board of trade, praying for the paassge of a bill providing for the prompt settlement of disputed questions arising in the elections of President of the United State. Mr. Ferry (Bep- Mich,), from the committee oa finance, reported adversely on the bill to provide for the reiss nance of certain stolen, unsigned national bank notes. Indefinitely postponed. Mr. Booth (Be p., Gel), from the committee on public lands, reported with amendments the senate bill to redaoe the price of public lands within railroad limits. Plaoed oa the cal endar. Ia the House at the expiration of the morn ing hour the speaker laid before the House a message from the President transmitting a communication from tbe Attorney-General relative to the appropriation for United States marshals. In the communication the Attorney-General inform the President that the last congress and the present congress at it extra session adjourned without making appro priation for the payment ot marsfca'et that, since last July, those officer have served with out appropriationa, and not only have they served without compensation for themselves or deputies but have advanoed the sums aeo easary to be expended la order that the pro cesses of the United States should not fail. Tbe communication was referred. Feb. 2ft. In the Senate several petitione were presented for the admission free of duty of matorlaia aeed ia making paper. The morning hour having expired, the five per cent bill was taken up. After remarks by Mr. Kirk wood (RepM Ia,) ia support of the MIL and by Mr. Edmunds ia reply, the ques tion recurred oa the motion of Mr. Edmunds, mad several days ago, for the indefinite postponement of the bill, and it was agreed to, yoa 28, nay 31. . Mr. Bicknall (Demn In), chairman of the committee oa the preeidedntial election, re ported back a Jojnt resoiutiou amending the couatitutioa as to election of president and vice president. Recommitted, lathe House memorial were presented by Mr. McLaae (Dem., Md.) and referred, praying for the removal ot tbe tax oa paper, aad the repeal of duty on printing type, and praying for a law to t revest the adulteratloa of food. Mr. Beale (Dem, Va.), from tbe committee oa manufactures, reported a bill to prevent the adulteration of artlolesrof lood and drink. Recommitted. Feb. 23w Ia the Senate Mr. Ilexey (Dem, Tex.), from the .committee oa poetoffioos and post roads, reported with amendments tbe sen ate bill to authorise refunding to postmasters of fund or valuable letters lost or stolen. Placed on the calendar. - Mr. Blair (Bep N. H-X submitted a resolu tion directing the Secretary of the Navy to transmit to the senate any Information In tbe Meaeeeioa of the department la relation to the present condition of aSaixs la Alaska. Adopted. Tbe calendar wa considered till expiration of the merninx . hour., when the remain der ot tbe day wa given " to eulogies upon the late Senator Houston ot Aia- FOBEIGIf. A Madrid dispatch announces that Intelli gence ha been received from Tripoli that IfiW bouses have been destroyed there by floods. Di other ia ieTrsffing in central Russia. It baa earned off since last November over 4J, 0UO persona ia the province of Oharkoff and Poltova alone, and ia the neighborhood of Walk! whole villages have almost died out. A London dispatch from Lahore reports that fighting was renewed at Herat between the Cabal and Herat regiments, and the former completely defeated. A Vienna paper says; "We have the beat authority for stating that the castle of Btam eti, near Meraa (Austrian Tyrol), was rent ed oa the 23d Inst, by tbe emperor of Russia lor a provisional term of three months. A number of his servants have already reached the castle. The emperor and emprer will probably ariv early In tbe spring." Mansion house relief fund, 78,000; grants msde, 39.000: duchess ot Marlboroucb fond. 63,0Wi reuet grants, 32,000. The Geiman government ia about to revive a scheme for cutting a canal navigable for war vessels between tbe Baltic sea aad the German ocean. The scheme ia warmly supported in military ciioies. Ia the House XSr. Reagan (Dem Tex.), eoairmaa i mm wnniun va whiwiw, renorted a bill to eeubllah a board of eoma.lauiour ei ' Interstate oommeroet also the following bills, which he ataaed would be eCerti a axbsUtuta for tt't till- To recnlata IntenUt commerce, To axscad tl ail cf IZ-i, t tac:i"xta eonntavt- tcUea t.wta u aUtea, The tree DETROIT MARKETS , nx)fTa City pastry bianda,....M..j8,O0iff0 23 Seconds 4 35(34 78 Low grades 8 7S38 83 Rye 4 90438 00 Buckwheat fi 00Q8 60 Wcmar Extra white 1 251 St No. 1 white 1 2031 Amber .1 1(M1 25 BaSXlT -1 53fl 68 per 100 lbs. Ooait 42a4o per bush. 0xs--88QUo. per bu. Bra 65tfl60o per bush. r SxxoavCiover, 84.204 2J per bi j timothy, s WS8 2a. ArTxaa 1 3 25633 60 per bbl. . oBxawaX 20 4)23 per pound. BXTTxasV-Prime quality, 1822. M-diou 14 ... r 18c Bmura Unpicked, 80cQl 10 per bash. Piua ed, $1 83(31 43. 0HBX--13(ai4e per lb. Cbaxbxxxxxs. Choioe Cape Cod, 98 .E3g9 00 per bbL Dxxxd irnri 78) eta. per lb. DaiBD Pxjlchxs 164(18 o per lb. Daxasxo Hoq 3 OOflS 23 per cwt Eooc Fresh 12013c, -fraa--Whitefish, $5 255 SO per half barrel trout. U4 Omi 25 per half bbL Hioxost Nuts Shell bark, fS 2503 60 per bbl Uor. 8o c toper lb Hicxa. Green, 67(o per lb. j cured, 7(fi 80. Hheep skins. 1W1 B0L Hat 1 18 000 16 60 per ton; baled tl6317. Uoxxrti trained, 12914c per lb. Comb, 16 18& Oinoira Miobigan 84 O0e) 4 60 per bbL' PoTATOXO Bales from store 40Jt 45c per bnsb lociTXT Live chickens, 854i45o per pair dressed, 7c per lb; turkeys, dressed, 9 10c per lb; geese 67 c. Paaa Wisconsin Blue f 1 701 85 per bu. Field, 7CO0 9O. Paovisioirs Pork Mess, 812 00(912 60 Laid 7 Q 8X; Hama, 9 Q 10 e, Bbonu dera, 64960; Bacon, 80, extra Mem Beet t-9 009 50 per bbL dried beef 11011 25 per ewt. Bah Baffinaw. 91 401 45 per bl; OnonCsas fine, 91 45; coarse, 91 85 Tallow 69&H0 per pound. Wood Hickory, 94 76Q3 25 per oord; maple 95 25; beech and maple 94 00 C4 60; soft, 83 oa Detroit Stock Market. 'Tbe offering of lire stock at the Cen tral stock yard Saturday were: cattle 632; bogs, 11,100; sheep, 2,090. The cattle market was active, and closed with all stock sold. Cattle were scarce and buy ers paid 20o per owt. more for good ship ping stock, while butchers' selections were fully 25o higher than the pre vious week. Sales were as follows: 6 steers ay 1,002 1 ha, at 93 50 per cwt; 6 steers av 808 lbs at 32 85 per cwt; 6 good butchering steers ay 808 lbs, at S3 00 per cwt; 8 good steers ay 1,117 lbs, at $2 624 4 good heifer ay 1,073 lbs, at 13 62f; 12 steers ar 1,088 lbs, at $3 00 per cwt; 2 steers av 1,890 lbs, at $3 40 per owt; 6 good steers at 1,245 lbs, at 94 12) per cwt; 27 head mixed butchering stock ay 813 lbs at 93 20 per cwt; 0 mixed butchering bead ay 800 lbs at 93 60 per cwt; 14 steers ay 1,113 lbs at 93 60 per cwt; 14 go 3d steers ay 1,216 lbs at 84 20 per owt; 8 butchering steers ay 843 lbs at 3 25 per cwt; 9 good steers arv 1,108 lbs at 94 00 per cwt; 16 mixed butchering head ay 855 lbs at 13 00 per cwt; 6 good steers av 1,073 lbs at 94 vO per cwt; 23 shipping steers ay 1,088 lbs at 93 00 per cwt; 10 fair butcher, ing head ay 822 lbs at 93 16 per cwt; 16 ooarse mixed butchering head ay 950 lbs at 92 60 per owt; 8 butchering bead ay 703 lbs at 82 90 per cwt; 12 good butcher ing head ay 89j lbs ut f 3 35 per cwt; 6 ooarse butchering head ay 625 lbs at 92 50, per cwt; 3 heifers ay 1,030 lbs at 93 40 per cwt. The Sheep market was active and firm at an advance of lOo over the previous week's prices. All sto'nk was closed out Sales were as follows: 66 head av 82 lbs at 98 00 per owt; 88 head av 88 lbs, at 95 05 per cwt; 78 head ay 80 lbs, at 95 10 per cwt: 97 head av 87 lbs, at 95 15 per cwt; 100 head sy 84 lbs, at 95 15 per owt; 81 head ay 82 lbs at 94 62ft per cwt; 40 bead av 94 lbs. at 90 25 per cwt: 40 head av 97 lbs, at 5 25 per owt; 41 head av 94 lbs at $1 25 per owt: 28 head av 91 lbs at 95 15 per cwt. 47 bead av 81 lbs at 95 12. ILCEPIIIQ APPL.E3. Sow to risk aad Ctor Trait for CTl&tet andCprlnxUac. At the Ute txtzUv t cf tha CUte Pom- olosicad Society ct Iiilbdila, Ur. a W. Dorr, the weU-known fruit grower of Manchester, read a paper on The Best Method of Storing Winter AppleC from which the following la an ex tract: . In my opinion, apples should be Diet ed as soon as fully grown. When ma tured, the sooner severed from the tree the better, although perhaps perfect ripening may not possibly follow in wee kb, or even months. Our principal varieties of winter fruits in this local ity are usually fully grown by the 1st 01 uct. and should be picked lrnmedl aieiy. If apples are allowed to become over ripe, the tissues of the fruit ars broken down; if such fruit comes in close promixity or in contact with other fruit, mark the progress of decay, es pecially in warmdamp cellars, does this poisonous fungus, soon germinate It is a fact worthy of notice, that weas 1 arm era aiiow our ran apples to ripen on the tree, fall to the ground, become sun-burnt, or otherwise unlit for use, or devoured by pigs. Thus after years of toil in raising a fruit crop when just within our grasp, we permit it to be snatched away and come to naught. Consequently for the next two or three months, we have no ripe fruit fit for our families, or inviting to a friend. yet had this same fruit been picked at a proper time and placed in a cool cel lar, we should have had plenty of fine npe xruii as unrisunas, iiere lies me great difficulty of the farmer being a sucoessfulorchardist. By the pressure of farm business we often neglect to pick our apples until one third are on the ground and the remaining two- thirds are worthless or nearly so for keeping any length of time. The old practice of shakirg and clubbing fruit from the tree, long ago discarded by all good orchardistaus un worthy of our notice; so also the prac tice of carrying apples long distances to market, loose in lumber wagons, proves nearly as disastrous to the fruit, and quite as much to the farmer's pocket. As winter approaches, the in quiry forces itself upon our mind, how can we best keep our apples in a sound condition from December to Mayr Storing in the ordinary manner In the farmer's cellar, or even in a froat-proof building does not accomplish the pur pose. The fact must always be borne in mind that warmth and moisture are the only necessary agents to bring for ward ripening and mellowing and pro duce the spores of fungi, which cause mildew and ultimate decay. The fail ure, therefore, in a great manner is un doubtedly due to tbe want of proper ventilation and a sufficiently low and uniform temperature. - For a number of years past, the or chardists of our State have felt a great need of a suitable storehouse for winter apples, pears and other fruit. 1 In seasons of great abundance like that of 1878, when thousands of bush els of fine fruit were left ungathered in our orchards, while every available market was glutted with fruit, and the prices so low as to leave no profit to the grower, we often hear it remarked. "Our apple orchards are the most un profitable part of our farm! and in many cases, on the following winter, the axe was laid at the root of the tree and it was no longer permitted to en cumber the ground, yet with all the dis couraging experience of the past, it is a well-known fact, that there is always a demand in spring for good sound ap ples in our large city markets, at re munerative prices : hence the Question "Is it profitable for the farmer to hi Id for spring market? Various kinds of fruit-houses and refrigerators have been constructed for this purpose, wherein ice is used as a cooler and chemicals for absorbing moisture. - Most of these have proved objectionable ' on account of the fruit not sustaining its keeping qualities, when exposed to the action of the air in spring.or tbe action of the chemicals used, materially injuring the flavor of the fruit. Again, such houses have been found too expensive to be of prac tical value to the farmer. In order to preserve our fruit in the condition, as near as possible, as when plucked from the tree, the principal requisite eeems to be, if placed in a frost-proof room of very low temperature near freezing point, with draught sufficient to carry oS moisture, and purify the room, the fruit may remain in nearly the same condition, an indefinite length of time. Perhaps no plan, as yet, has been de vised wherein all the requisite condi tions are perfectly secured; yet by un tiring diligence and perseverance and the ingenuity of man, scientifically ap plied, wernay soon hope to be able to obtain the desired result. The Eugllsh Grain Market. LoifDOir, Feb. 24. -The Mark Lane Ex press says nowing ana sowing nave proceeded, despite tbe variable weather, alternating sunshine, winds and rains, which caused floods ia the midland coun ties. Elsewheiea fair area of land has been planted in wheat and beans. Vege tation is still backward. Variable reports continue rslatlve to tbe condition or au tumn town wheat. Farm work Is gen erally behind hand. Cattle have thriven fairly, but the stock of roots is rapidly di minishing, particularly turnlis, and sheep farmers are anxious. Reports of the condition of winter wheat in Scotland are satisfactory. Potatoes have been steadily rising to the demand for seed for Ireland. English wheat, both in Mark Lane and tbe prov inces, has been marketed in small quan tities and unsatisfactory condition. Growers were unwilling to accept tbe lower rates whloh were offered, and bus iness is consequently very dull. Bales were only practicable at a decline of 6d Is per quarter. The decline, however, ttrlnntnailv affected badlv conditioned G reels. Import of foreign wheat in mdon have been moderste. The de mand has been chiefly of a retail chtrac ter, aa town millers seem determined to hold off until they see some better ground for the existence of present quotations in America than specu'atlve enterprise. Consumption, however, goes on, though anecnlailon is absent, and business, al though auiet. is very steady. Priced havabeen maintained except fer Russian. for which sellers are obliged to accept a little less money, though all tke depress ion was recovered to-aay (Monaayj. Maize Is still scarce on tbe spot, aad nrlceiare Improved, both in London and Liverpool. Barliy and oats are quiet, but for the latter an occasional advance of 3d rer Quarter was obtain ible. Am vals at ports of call are moderate. There has beea a steady demand lor wheat, chiefly for the united kingdom, at an ad- van re of UCtlM 6d per quarter. Onlyone cargo of maise bas ar ived, which brought 27a 6d, being an Improvement of 9d per anarter. Business in wheat tor shipment was limited, owing to the Indifference of buyers ana the ad ranee demanded rtj seller. Malse in active demand, chiefly for February and March. Shipments at Galea of English wheat, lat week 94, tZ9 quarters, at iU Id per quarter, axtnst &3,f43 quarters at S7a 7a per quar tr tha same wetk last year. In ports in to tbe united klrdomfbr tha week end in February 14 were 1.111,C hundred wt'-b'j vUit, and S13.CCI hundred wV-iti flour. ticzca thrre tre in round numbers 00 towns, thus glv&g us 20,000,000 bu shels as the yearly product, or 0000, COO bushels more tbn was produced in i-a enure state in the year 1877. Even with twenty burhelj to the acre, tha yearly wheat crop would be 24 000,000 bushels, which, at a dollar a biusl would give a valuxtion of C2 000,000. In view of these tjures, how insignificant our yearly salt product appears, although now considered, and ustiy, of so great value and benefit Deduct from either of these Quantities sufficient for seed and bread, and then some ol you ready reckoners give us the number of car loads that may yet pass through our cities, on its way to the eastern market The number of cows kept in one of our oldest counties, numbers about 2,000, tbe number of sheep from 60,000 to 100,000 and upwards, the number of swine 10,000, and a like number of horses. . The butter for sale from each cow should average 150 pounds, this would give us -600,000 pounds, $125,000 in each county, or a total in seventeen counties of $2,040,000. The wool clip will average f eur pounds to the sheep, with 50,000 in each county, at twenty five cents per pound we would have eight hundred . and fifty thousand dollars, ana ten thousand swine in a county should give one million pounds of pork to be marketed ; this at five cents per pound would give us in the seventeen counties, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Notice I don't mention the sale of horses; those I leave to do the work. The oats, the hay, potatoes and other crops I have not included. 1 leave all such to be used on the farm, although in fact we know suck would not be the case. What then is the result ? A pop ulation of seven hundred thousand people. A yearly , product of thirty minion bushels of wheat. ' Twenty-Are million bnshela for sale at tl per bnshel 925,000,000 Brf.ter 3.000.CW) Wool 860.000 Pork 850.000 Tiller aad another betnesdetedwlthasth- at, two bottles of 'Sellers' (Jongs Bjrnn' has giren them a new lease of life" Bead's OUt Edce Tonic can be found at vonr grocer's. It I mad by the test processes, from tbe best msterials. Tantad. Ehennaa ft Go-. ilarsbalL Uich want aa aceat ia this eonnty at onoe, ar a salary of 9103 per month and expenses paid, for f nU partlcalar rddres as shore. nrriTa to btjttcu-xiakebs ' Is the title of aTalaable little pamphlet, sent fre to aay address for one stomp. Address Butter Lm- proveaMnt Co., Bnflalo, N.Y. It tells ion now 10 laerssss araonnt of butter front given amount of 6 per oant., isaprvTO quality of batter iu per cent, make "gilt-edae" or golden oolored batter the year round. jBTcry farmer and dairyman saouia fori. 928,700,000 Twenty-eisht an a half million dollars each year! Why, it rivals your lumber and salt in their palmiest days! Much ot the picture, you wL'l say, have left out What of the value of the farms, the character of the farm buildings,the highways, the schools, the churches, the villages, the manufactu ries, in fact all the evidences of civili zation to be found in a rich agricultur al country. The Saginaw Valley. - Judge Marston of the Supreme Court read a paper at the farmers' institute in East Saginaw last week, in the course of which he alluded to the fut ure of agriculture in that region as follows: In Berrien county farms average 75 acres, Calhoun 103, Eaton 77, Genesee 84, Kent 81, Lenawee 80, and Saginaw, I believe, not quite 79. if we take 80 acres as the average this would give us eight farms to the section, 288 to the township and 1,608 to the county. That eighty-eight families in a town ship owning lands they cultivate, is better than though the lands were owned by one or two individuals, even although the same numbar of men were employed to cultivate the soil, is apparent to all. Small farms when carried on by the owner are better cul tivated, th6 highways are more in number and better, schools are built within the reach of all, churches are erected, besides other advantages, so that we have wealth, intelligence And Christianity more generally and equal ly distributed with all the civilizing influences that follow in their paths, and certainly a more independent and more American class of people. God pity the poor man and his family who seek a home in a country where large tracts of land are owned by individ uals for stock or farming purposes. May small farms ever be the rule in Michigan. The population' of an agricultural county is about thirty thousand. In tbe territory I have described there are seventeen counties, which give us a population of 010,000. We have in the cities and villages on this river to-day a population of 60,000, which we may safely assume will be increased-to 150,000 at least, as the country is devel oped agriculturally. This would give us a total population of nearly seven hundred thousand. I think I might safely say that we will yet bave one million residing upon this Territyoy. I shall speak, however, of the smaller number. . It appears that the number of acres devoted to wheat in very many town shlps'in this State run anywhere from 3,000 to 5 XX) and upwards. , Take an average of say 4,000 acres in each township to wheat which would be about fourteen acres, to each eight acre farm, and allow a yield of twenty-five bushels to the acre, and I te ll ev intellljsnt progressive farmloj will yet insure this, -and we hare 100,000 bcrhels as the product cf such towns-dp. In the territory men- Gleanings. Thomas Kelly, of Fond duLac, owns a yearling Durham bull that weighs 1050 pounds. The herd of Galloways at the Agri cultural College has been sold, with tbe exception of one heifer, to Peter Davy of Ashtppan, Wisconsin, for $400, or an average of $80 each. Mr. James Door, of Dorchester, Mass., recommends fine wheat flour as a cure for scours in cattle. lie says, take a quart of the finest flour, mix smoothly with water, making it just thin enough to run, and administer at one dose. A second dose may be necessary, but one is generaly suffl cient for a cure. A farmer in Malone, N. Y- has a na tive cow, nine years old, which from 13 quarts of milk yields 2 if pounds of butter. This is a very large yield of butter: the average herds of Jerseys do not make much over one pound of butter from 20 pounds of milk. Thir teen quarts of milk would weigh about 28 pounds. A New York orchardist says that three out of five of his apple trees left during summer with the heaps of dirt placed around them the previous fall to keep away mice in winter, were "badly injured by borers," while of sixty from which the soil was remov ed in spring "down to the crown-roots," only a single one was affected. A writer in the Ohio Farmer recom mends the following remedy for foot rot: Here is a cure I have never known to fail. Take carbolic acid and pour it on a piece of copper an old fashioned penny will do let stand un til the acid ceases to act on it. Be sure not to apply till the acid ceases to eat the copper. Ke?p the copper in all the time. Clean the hoof and apply with a swab. One or two applicantions will be sufficient. The Winters in Russia are becoming colder every year, and the Summers hotter, more dry ana less fruitful, ow ing, as is clearly stated by Livingstone, to the destruction of the woodlands which formerly abounded in the south ern districts. The clearing 01 tnese lands has caused such enormous evap oration that many once capacious wat er courses have become mere swamps, or are completely dry. f JiVrJCD-SttaaUoa as gov rw companion. Addess esrHar 14 LIGHTS wanted. Ait Zt is Oolnt to the.Old South Church, Boston. The wonderful and marvetans Astronomies! and Horokaioal Gloor, tbe creation of Felix Meier, of Detroit, and which was Tisited and admired by many thousands of tbe oitisens of Miohigat daring tbe months of August and September last, wblle on exbiblucn in Detroit, ha been nooessfully presented to the people of Chicago, Milwaukee, Toledo and Dayton. Ohio, will soon occupy a plaoe inside the walla of that hlatorie building known as tbe Old Bonth Church, Boston . Thia quaint old edifioe bad it birth with she Pilgrim Fathers . It was baptised ia the tires of the iCTolution, and providentially sarrd from the reoent conflagration whioh destroyed a large portion 01 rne city or jsoston. air. Meier nas reoeiyed many flattering commendations and testimonials from the lesding journals and representative men of this Republic and tbe Old World, though none does he so highly esteem aa that the Athens of America is to beocme the B trass' nrg of the New World. Tbe Inventor baa deoidtd to place his mat ter work on exhibition in the city where it waa created for a ahort season, that the people who hays not had the privilege of v.aitins this king of clocks msy frast their vision upon an oM ot snb irao inits conception and infinite in it movement and oaloolationa. The dock will be in St. Andrew' Hall, corner Woodward avenue and Bute street, Detroit, for a short time only. Mo oitisen of Miohi rn should fall to se the vt lwk Buckwheat. The American Mil ler contains the report of a French scientist, who has been investigating the properties of buckwheat as human food. He finds that buckwheat cakes are equal to pure white bread as re gards the phosphates or bone-making material and nitrogenous principles which they contain, are superior to bread in fatty matters. The general yield of buckwheat when cooked is about three times the weight of the flour used, showing that such flour will retain forty or forty-one per cent, of water. Between different batches of ground buckwheat there is a great dissimilarity of composition, one batch containing nearly seven times as much fatty matter as another. The Dran is the richest portion of the buckwheat, but cannot be digested by weak stom achs. The finest quality of buckwheat flour, and the white mill-dust espe cially, are very suitable for children and persons in health, while the stronger varieties require a strong stomach and much exercise for their perfect digestion. An Indian at San Diego, Cal, was told that a voice through the telephone was that of the Great Spirit and when it said. "Give up those stolen horses, he immediately confessed that he was a thief. Two miles of railroad has been built on the ice, crossing the St Lawrence river at Montreal. The ties and stringers are laid flat, and then water is pumped between them to freeze, Chas making a solid bed. h The Presbyterian union of Cleveland has voted that no Christian can con sistently read Sunday newspapers, but has expressed no opinion on Monday morning newspapers, which are mai't on Sunday. Los cf LifeThousands sink Into sa early grave by not giving immediate atteatioa to a alight cough which could have been stop pad by a 3) cent bottle of Dr. BnU' Cough Byrup. - . . DISTAJfOB AXIj OOttPBTITOHa. Tfaedarrrroea who uses GIlVaTdrs Batter Meter will Increase ale product per cent , Improve It quality ! per cent,, aad dlstaae all eeaipeUtors who do not ase It. St cents' wo,t of the powc-r will Increase prod set aad msrkst value of essse M. Can yoa make a better tnveetmentT Sold by sro sers, sracslsta sad general storekeeper. t4 stamp for Ulnte to Batter-sfakera." Address, Batter Improveateat Co.. BetTalo, W. V. raej CTCC3T, As yea value your eibrttmes.de stlMttl yvove the intW srprtM.ry ef eeeriHrg a bottle if Dt, KlnVe N.w Discovery for O"". Ceorae, Colls, Astasia. BroaeWUs, ssd all Tbroat sadlaag soas, Wore tt Is to fete. Tsisle the eaty 1 sandy you ess posrrrvsi.v s St. vow as Ms ss rs;isseawi,aad as aW yo eaa r Trial kcC't raia ootrf , er a rC- kve ferts.ee. rkyagw . v PENSIONS! PENSIONS! SOLDIERS OF THE WAB 186 1 ! MILO B. STEVENS & CO., of Clevelsnd, Ohio, and Chicago, Illinois, sivs their enure attention to the business of pro seen una WAR CLAIMS. Arrears of Pension ellowed only In clslms pre sented berore JULY 1, 1880. Address, with stamp, MILO B. STEVE A CO., Cleveland, Ohio, or Chicago, 111, CLQVEB. THE CI OVER IJEAr, a four page. It-column Farmer' raper. containing valuable Information on tno culture and harvesting of clover for seed Scut free to every farmer aendlng ns their name BllUJoELd. Ma-NUITACTUKINO CO., South Bend, Ind. PTSay where you ssw this. GREAT YfTSTERN I w ' .Ul 111 FJ tnr Breach-Loading Shot Qun $20 to 1300; Double' Shot Onus M to 150: Hlngle Gum 2 to 20j Klflos pi to 876; tievoiTers if to 975. Hena for lsnre Illustrated pn-e catalogue. Address UiUCAT wJQJTlttUi UUI wuKKa, naiDurgn, in. vniuik 1 1 1 t ivrzrvi 11 111.11 I I f II I! 1111 7 GOl.ItS.Tsriil (ll. 1 mm: wmmi bfclkOlT. MICH.. Offer superior advantages to students. They are ihorouehlv drilled in office work, letter writing kind ihc cxecutkie of business oaDcrs Those ihiiiff a thorouch business education should enqi-ireofthe busi ness men cf Detroit where it can best be had. Col Ire e oaper rrriiled free. a Ooukve REST ORGAN BEST Eeed" Orgsn for $30, atmlrably adapted for use Iu Sunday Schools and Home Cir cles ; sent free on trial 1 no mousy neoessary till received, tested and found satisfactory. 'lsnwnitTniTi trewn wiraasn. . Also a splendid Double iu jMtopOrgan for only $4S. AddressCIIVRCHTUU r CO., AO Ilroadwavy, Slew York, V. T MIKE BITS LAYT An Enaitnh Veterinary Surgeon and Cbemltt, now travel an la tha eoun'ry. sa,ya bat moot of the Hoiks and Cattle Powder) oln ners are worthies rmah. He savathat Sheridan' Condition powder are slkoluttr pur and Immeuaelv aluahla. Nothlnir on e.irk U. make e s lav like fthi1rxn'i Condition fowdeis. Dow, one Yeasponnfnl t one pint foo '! 0 ery WbSr or suut by mail for Hlp-M .-Kent tnnpa. w , - I. B. JOHNSON dc CO., Baugor, If sine. fTT FCa ?mB' lubber PHntlng Stamps WJheet Wealo. Qoofc Biased, ( lovelaad.0. i or lady 14, Detroit Mica. aereesed four fold. No smoky lamps. Pi eomDoand for trial It eta. AmmnlM Addross JOHN W BULKS, Wsrna, Mich. I r" J T I T f T'?'M - ( nrrtl la H-ar Li JJl.J fT. .? . mi a's.. Si'KKum, l.hMiioii. Otilo. opmr.1 Da.Blt k BTtclm Ttl.naans ""ill. Iwaatrrlaes. Pes aauvm'b ueiubie IntollUenos OtBos. All ' kinds Of kaln fi.-nl.k v....... - - . . . r EWHMIUai DPUIDta ran omlt ia csm iou n.... . bsuolt,Mlch. " Mt-aro tiKrapbt ud eaji aao ta sum . .1. trv araduatM auarautal a Address B. Vslentlne. Manager. Jsassvllls. Wis. jnrjlt HAHC. A clean stock of Boots snd Bhoee M. st ta per oent less then actual value. Store for rent or sale If wanted. Iteasoa going west. Ad dress, STOCK, Boa , PonUac, Ml on. GANGERS O. jr. HUNT oared by my Mew anU sepue Method. Mo knife. Come snd see me or send stamp for DaniDhlekfrwai liUNTEtt, M. P., Holly. Mich. JJURNITVRKi Upholstery. Established 1874, -Ay with best of city custom stock worth SttOOs will ssll for g&M cash profit 11.100 to HS.00 a year. Batisractory reasons lor selling. Address Mrua N1TUKJB," carrier lu, Detroit, Mich. MriHHlNO TO GO OUT OF BlSlNEHS WW I will sell my stock snd business, constating of a bright new stock of dry goods, groceries, boots sod shoes, etc No better point la Michigan to do beat a. Come and see, or address J. P. Diwir. Ban croft, Mich. ... 0 Yen.ro Before tho Publio Pronounced by all to be the moat Pusaaurr and Brricacioua remedy mow a tjsx, for rn CCBJE op Cough, Colo, Oaour, HoABaroraau, tickling sensations of tbe throat whooping ' congb, etc. Orn A bullxom bottuh aou WTraxa txs iai paw TSaxa. It give relief wherever assd, and baa thr power to impar benefit that oainroT be had from the snlztnre now in ea. Bold by all Druggists at SS eente per bottl. SELLERS' Livtll' FILLS are also highly reoommended for curing live complaint, constipation, slolc-headachea, fcvei and ague, and all diseases of the stomach aad liver. Bold by all Druggists at 25o per box. It. E. SELLERS Ss CO., Props. Pittsburgh, Fa rilUK Detroit News Company, f ITort street west, JL Detroit, keep In stock a complete line of the leading plays of Samuel French A Bon, Mew York, Clinton T. Dewltt, New York George M. Taker A Co.. Boston Usppy.Hours Co., New York. Send three cent stamp for catalogue JTTAXTKU AGENTS all over the state to sell P P our Bormeee Magto Polishing Powder snd the Royal Tooth Powder. None to equal them In the World. Send for terms and sample; sent free for 40 cents for both, or single for S cents. This Is no humbug. Adorese HENRY B. GIUtST. 410 Port street west, Detroit, Mich. BIS 111 Parewnet Purariatlra Pill make new Rick Blood, snd will completely chsnge the blood la the eatire system in three saonths. Any peraoa who wil take pill each sight frost i to is weeks atay be tsssaisd to sound aeahJl if such s thing be Boasfble. Sold everywhere or sent by msd toe SletlWstampa l a. JouirsOM cu. Bssuvr. ; w A Skin of Beauty 1 a Joy Forever. DR. T. FELIX CIOUBD'S Oriental Cream or Magical Beaotitler. Remove Ta Pimples, Pree kiss. Moth Patches and every blemish on beauty. It has stood the test of thirty years, and Is so harmless we taste tt to be sure the .reparation is p rop erly made. Accept no counter feit of similar name. The distinguished Dr. L. A. Bayer, said to a lady of the l a ton ta pa tient) "As you ladlea will uae them, I recommend Gouraad's Cream' and the least harmful of all the Skin preparatlona." Also Pondre Subtile removes superfluous hair without Injury to the skin. MMS.M. B.T. GOUKAlin, Mole Prop.. 48 fJorul St. N.Y. Pur sale by all druggists and fancy goods dealers throughout the United Btates, Canadas and Europe. Beware of base Imitations which are abroad. QQ QEREECH-L0ADIIC6 DOUBLE GUNS VP OENUINK TWIST BARRELS. qi 4.uuzzle-load:aS double gu:s VP JL JL UENUINB TWIST BAHItELS. $10 KeNfweartr Mtjttm. Best Uuns and Rifles for the money In tbe world. 7 Bend for large Illustrated Catalogue to JAMES SOWN A SONS, gad) A iS rf 'wexS Sr.. tHttmhmrgH, PW. TXTZ&TXM QVV WOSXS, BstabUshed 114 A AOCNTS WANTID-t7S to SISO Per Month. Tr?oconp.P,TnHonr; Pail tf PHAtn iCAL, INPOslMATIO!. y- ' ThekUaaH ee4Maiee tiiirrtTMEIn, ' A booh cf mora praetloal utility will seldom. If ever, be found euteldeof Ins plraUoa." ' Kris I a Ad aea I a. s tirrnrn aTwr tty nv r1 aa4 peer. lltbUCU aalreMllUaiM HI P.ene and Old. Piss Paper. Clear Trpa, rteaatlfal Bla4lBS.8pla4id Ulna- CMeCUBJlV Jb CChlcesre, . watiess. Address R Ptiae's Vmr for Con-sa -a p tloa Is also the b st o.mh tnd lolne, flosr stnall-betlle large, fold every where. ilV and 1.00 Warranted to flrrt buyers. IT 1.7 i gs MRS. a Ken, lsdles' snd gents' wigs, otipas wares snd switches, friss snd back nets: all styles hslr goods at wholesale and retail. Send for prtoe lias. EN. 1T7 Woodward av., Detroit, Mich. a ELGIN WATCHES all styles, Gold. Silver snd Nick-1, M.M to 1160. Chains, etc, sent CO. D.. to be examined. Write for catalogue to STANDARD AMIBIOAM WATCH CO.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ricc'i TearasM Hotel asd llestaiirant, Cor. Bate at Corigrca Bt'a, Detrol Within two minutes walk of the Cltv HalL Cnei Rouses. Postofflce and Bank. House hart bull and fur nlslMd throughout In Elegant Style with New Purulture eus. t oe veif boat UM XWLUaB per aay uouse ia aiuertca. J. IX UCXTProprtetor LELAND HAS REMOVED Prom the RxsTAtmAitT 127 Jefferson Avenue to THE REVERE HOUSE. Which has been thoroughly renovated. BER VS GOOD HEALS AT 98 CENTS Cor. of Jefferson Ave., and Randolph. Send one, two, three or Ave dollars for sample' box, by express, of the best candles In America, put up elegantly and strictly pure. Refers to all Chicago. Address. C P. UUNTUER, Cofectloner, 78 MAD1PON 8TKBBT. CHICAGO. rJ B TlTTTi tTT mm HOW TO JiE Tor Business Men, Parmcrs, YOUR O try Mectanios, Working-men, Prop LAW ZKR. arty Owners, Tenants, every body, every business, Belling fsst 1X)W price. Great success. One gent sold 600 In one town, sootner 163 In 86 dsys, another 74 In II days. another ll in one day, another 10 in a few hours. Everybody wants It Saves ten times Its cost. No other like r. aockts Wantsd. Send for etreular snd terms. P. W. ZIKGLER CO., 180 E. Adams street, Chicago, III. LANDS AND HOMES la Southwest Missouri. 1,000,001 sores of well-watered timber snd prairie lands along the line of the 8U Louis A Ban Fran cisco Railway for sale, at from S1.60 to 8 per acre oa ssvsn years' time. Excellent for stock, fruit and agricultural purposes. Best tobacco region In the West, Short winters, convenient market, superior schools, low taxes, healthful climate and good so ciety. Pree transportation from St. Louis to those who purchase land. Send for maps and circulars to TT. JT. COFFIN, Land Commissioner, Temple Building, Bt. Louis, Mo. Do you wish to obtain goou una n.i.Hiu Pi! ems f then wi Ite to or call UU I U II I U Jtr.fUnn. 87 Mail """ Congrexa Ht. Detroit, Mich., Attor nova In Parent falllM. Ratahllah J 13 years. .Send for pamphlet, free Valid upon 1'ixom SDLIeBSS' COUGH SYRUP ! VI II I uaUM L1ht Rttl 1 WUnew.hoiie Sewing M acalae. Ws save Just added several asw fsaturss to the atacaiae, which will interest every ooe who contesiplates baying a Sewing Machine, Don't fall to try oae before buying aay other. It will cost youaothlagaatry It. Machiaes seat ea trial to aay part ef the country, send tor cucuiar aaa terns. Agerm vested Ueaoccirpiadter . r Address . ' , JQlinSUKi LaAWvltia, B w, cnxcAGO, iix- ,?i:i"Msk3t)); 1 1 i-HH! hJ:t1 WIIXIAIX SKID, (Oftaelale Srmtf U A Ilia, Ba r a aaU ins la Class aad La Saalaata) Wkotatal. C lUanl amlcvla paaaca a Aasaicaa Wbbsd aad Kmc Plats sal Sky LUata, Cat aad Saaaa. td elaaa, Sllrar Makaf Saab Baaa, Prvaah aad Owe taaa Laaklag Class rUats Uad aad Oil, I ratals, eaa, , Oalora, ratty . it k 14 CongTes 8t. Zest. Detrtrit. VtaK. M K4 4 1 14 vtia. y (is n 9 Tho Only ncmcdy THAT ACTS AT TMX SAME SIX K 05 THE LIVER THE DOVELO, -and tho KIDNEYO. Thii combined action gitea it icon- derful potter to cure aU diteatu. -.- Why Aro We Olcit? Beeanm we allow Viae artai organ to beams eloaaed or torpid, and poitonouehumoreare thereore forced into the Hood that tAould bo expelled naturauv. t t . j ; BIUOr"ESS. PILKtCOSSTIPATlOI, vinWDW mSSf.lim fTBIIIDT B1SKASES, PKHA1.E WKAa kM IESSKH, ASP HEKYOUS D1SORDEUS. J bv eautinff fres action cf (he$e ctyane U - . . - T . - J. .T Z .1 ll ana rcnonng weir jwwrr to Mrvw ej wm oueote. Why Sansf Bnisu palas sad scaes I Wh y ton saUd with riles, Cesstl patlets t Why frlghteaed ever disordered Kldeeys I Way ssdsre aerveae er slek hesdacaesl Why have sleepless alghU I Uh KIDKET WOIIT atf rsoiat fa health. It 1$ a dry.tegetabU compound and gas laissgtTT" i-T-'-r-rtTTMiiHela. 04 U of your Drvpqirti evttsr if or vow. -mcs, ai.uuk VTX13, ICTASSSOl? CO hoprUtflrs, O (WWaadpcataatdJ Bwritfaagtafa, VS. 3 ICHOLS.SHEPARD & COMmim . w SstaUisasd ORIOINAL AND ONLY. OENUINK MS Tlxrcelilaa: ITacnlnarr aad lorta.us avnd Travotlon ragjscit i TTTJB ayftrTl-tRff - ....n.-.a n . ,l Stav.aVaSai M A T;h LEai for Oiats Sevwia. Tlai Ssrms Pah ?A lNMPAKABLR la t?Met ef ataSattal, PwVeS.S -J ef rarw. rWw. Weriaasahlp, 1 ay aad Pardaa, ssd HAKTELvvs e ewauy sssawr were i Oraln, aad MaiMi-aanp kaawa ss iae etk saaaa la Pkaa. T1.ltT CIm. a all - - ASTWWIRHIHCIX.T PTJRABIJE aa wnAfrfttPf .li.la. airiaa aai lhaa aaa half the aeaal saart as PORTABLE, TatACTION, aad STIL1 WUU1AUBTEAJB-Ejliil ATwMh spasUl Aataraa BurabtlUy, Ciaj i . gipaiwy, aa Baaaty aatlraly eakaawa la etaar autSaa. Snata rawer OatSia asd Ma aapaialarsaspaoiaiiy. raexsiiaeai naparaieia, w e ta n mmmn nnwm aiaaT aa Years eC Pvaawaraaa aad CUiatai Baalaieae by this aeass, wilasat teat, aaraiaaae a Sana gaaraatse Bar separter gaaas aa haaarable daaUaf. m a UTin! I TV. weadarfal ss aeass sad pnnaterlty af liuu a iUj I ear vraaavoa aaoaiaary aaa anraa aiaar uaalaaa ta the wtJl Sanaa vwrUaa raakara are saw sttawps la te Saltd aad aaiat eg laiariar aad awagral Isiltstlnas e( DE NOT DECEIVED by sash axparbaaatal and werthlaas taaahlaarv. If vne twy ai all, sw the "fPlfltSil." tutd ta aKSCINE t3Ve full ratswlaws san s ear Saslars, sr write te as Sw maetrale tarmlaia,wath we tasU free. AaVlraas glCaTOLS, KTrrk-a-n 4 CO., Batt Creek. Kick ssaas ef aasss, tssi 1 ansUis,wansis This rwr makes "Gllt-Eilff" Batter the yeer round. Cos. Btoaewe and Iks Scleace ef ChcmMry nlM te Batter amain. July, Asituvt aad Wlaler Bailer nisila eiasl ta Lae best Jane j nvlnrf. Iacrvaaas f rod act 0 yrr crat. Improve tasllty at least ti) per cast. lledacM later ef eharniag ea. half, rreveatn Batter becomlag raaeld. lMrovs'aarket vaIbs S te i eeals a pesaJ. Caaraatced free froui all Injur! larredleatr. Cim a wire Col Jen f'elor thr yrsr rousi. 2& ceaU worth will 1 rtxiar (3.00 la larrcsse ef proJact aad market velar, fa a yo make a beltrr lavsstaientt Beware cf Imlialionr. Genuine soM only In boxes with trade mark of dnlrr-mnltl, together with worth "Gilt-Edo. BI'Ttek ilAKKit" prlnteil on ctioh pack tgo. Pewtlersold by Grocrrt sml Ceaersl Kfonkrej rr . Ak yonrdcnlc? for onrltook MH!nti to Huller-M-iker, or rmi tlatnp to o for iU Hmnil lr., ti Jh , at ti cents; Large alzo, 2X lbs., $1.00. Grout saving )y bnylng tint W'rcr slie. r Ajhlraas, m BUTTER IMPROVEMENT CO, rWr, ITK U mr)-h r.., Mmt BUFFALO. W. T THE ONLiY L U NIG AnSOLtTl A.A.Y CLTlF.si Ceantranapf lest. Astiixtist, Irrsmai rhltla. sintl all dieeeieea og Uaa Tiaroetfs Luxtgw vihs CJaeste ..1 PAD. 'J4 SOMETHING E1TTIRELY NEWl AN OLD PRINCIPLE, .' , V THIS IS A B S O R P T i pp, APPLIED IN A SENSIBLE AND EFFICACIOUS MANNER. . . TIII3 PAD CONTAINS PROPERTIES WHICH DO ACTUALLY PNETRATK TO TnE ; t; bloob. ' v; r And to whatTer crgtiis m diseased, ts tas tcn rckJlrldczctrttcJ ; ' bytclcil experizct. PRODUCING IHMEDIATK RELIEF AND LASTING AND POSITIVE CURES. TBI ONEIt will help where ail el tail. Write lot testimonial. , , t ' , For sale by Druggista, or seat by mail to any address oa receipt of priee,1,0. ' THE ONLY LUNG PAD CO.. DETROIT, j MICH. For sals bv FAR RAND, WILLIAMS at CO S WIFT st DODIS, A T.1I .It IN CIl HAN at SONS -.r- .,. f- i - - -Ta i ' aSta-s,-y--- wa---- j WCIveaBatt4rrthegtlt-sdgdeelor tV veer rotsd. The larvestlhrtrev Putrs reeewrrwead Irv v. Tbottsaedsef Palryrnea laylTJH PKItPKCT. Used byallth bewcreamrrl : Aardd t I patloPIplmaalN.T.UsliTrstr. At rnnrrewi.tormrhsrt WUjrrvrrlteWask w-l II ls,t l ' heoa.a7whe aaeel t, tU to rX It. U t ' I A, U( t A C I MvCO ,jaw-r---, 1 - v , r O Cr !j Jkl AX --U.