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; toiM LARGEST STOVE PLANT IH THEWORLpj SMITH & GLASS, Alma, Mich. Is Ihe onlv noitive Cure known (o the .Medical Profession for the Cure of Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Ovarian Neuralgia. Dismenorrhcca, Psoriasis, Scrofula, Liver and Kidney Diseases. A positive Cure effected in from 6 to IS days. Ml -SPORTlttO liSjr air Send f r mir l;irt'i V ic . trivri r nu y i kin I - ,111. 1 :. in' e.'..iii;tliiu i!j ti.) m i!i-t I .'ui! r it" l ( '.it 1.1 ..Tt -tlk H. In-. Hi.--1 . t l.t'-t S-t lid lit cu-i. THIi WKIiKLY KI-COKDHU, 1JROIMTE l)KlF.U:-tn.te of Michigan (.'.untyoftSr.itiot.es. Notion is lieretiy (riven. tLat the final account of limuei Ash, the executor of tb" estate of Margaret 11 ek ruan. jaie of (Sratiot County, Michigan. Ue-CfH-cd. wlli he allowed tiv nil" itt the Probate CUbce. in the Village of llhuca. Mi SHid County, on . Monday th-ntti ilHjot NoMiiUn r next, at ten o'clock a. rn. of svul diiy. Jateu Ithaca. Uctoiier third. .I . i '.'". Y .John M. 1.vf.i ov m'.7-4w Ju'lwi- i! I'rohate. 1K(llTE DKUKK : - Mate of MKhigm.. t'onnty of ttratiot. ss. Notice is I rn l. riven, tr.at tne filial m-count of Thorns '.'recti, ihe AlmintiMt"r ot tic- c-tnte oi f-i. iiia fsleesnian, late of (Sratiot County MuMi-hm. deceased will le all' iwc-l l.y tne at the I'rohate Office, in the ' illave ot Iibara. in sael ' .unt) on Monday, t he l Ith May f Novcnil.e.- next at ten o'eloek a. in. ol hai'l riav. Dated Ittun a, Out. ! . . !!'' .IllHN M KVI H!" N. M-4w Judireol Hroi?atf. I!?()HATK NOl I K:- tat ot Miel..k'.m. t'ountyof (iratiot ... Notiee i- !) i"iiy Kiven. that the final m'( o'int ot Ali '' Md'anl. the admini.-tratri.x of the e.'tale ot J' "ih T. WcDaid, late t (Sratiot eour.ty. Miehikran. de ceased, will he allowi .1 tv nie at the I'rodate dttit'e, ?n the vi.laire ot Ithaea. in said ( ountv. on Monday, the fourth nay ol N ovemtar next, ht tt no'eloek a ni.ot said day. Dated Ithaca. Oetol-t r 7th, A. D . 1 John M. V.vt hifn. Hi.;-4w Judireot I'rolaite. JJKOISATK (!Dri:-Stato of Miohiiran. County of (Sratiot. s. At a session of the Krot'ate Ourt for taid county . held at the Protate :ii e in the illave of Itliaea on the i 7th day ef (K'toher in the ear one thousand V eifrht hundred and ninety-live. Present, John ' M. Kverden. J ude ol 'rotate. In the matter of thf estate ol William Lulhatn, deet a-i'd. On reading' and tiliiiL' tiie petition, duly veri fied, of Gains Lulhain. prayltiK that this court adjudicate and determine who were at the time ct his death the lawful heirs of said deceased, ano" entitled to enhcrit the land whereof the FBid deceased died, seized and possessed. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 4th day of November next. at ten oYiovk in t lie fore noon, tie assigned lor the heariny ot said peti tion, and that the belro-a'-'aw of said deceased, and all other persons ina rtbtcd in sid estate, are required to appear q pension ot sahl court, then to to tionn n in t' e Prol'ale Oilice, in the village ol Itbaeti. and sliow eaue. If any tberetie. why the prayer ot the petitioner thould rmt be granted : and it Is further ordered that said petitioner ir'vo notice to the persons interested In said estate. ! the pendency of taid petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this i.r'ler to be published in the ALMA ItrcoiM). a new.-paper printed and circulated In said county, three suceessiye weeks prev'ous to said day of hearinir. A true copyl. John M. F.vkkuen. sKAbJ, Kf5-4w J ude of Probate. MOKTOAOK SALE: Default hasbeen made In the conditions of a certain tuorttrave made by William H. Conifer, to William M. Waldtij. wherttiy the power ol sale in said ciortfrMire contained has beeomo oj ratlve sid mortifaice liears date Auyust lth. lh7, and was recorded in the office of the register of deeds fortjratiot county, state of Miehiiran, on September Urd. is-7,in liner.Vi of mortwaves. on paves JH, 2h and 1 he amount claimed as due on said mortiraire at the date of thi" notice is the sum of eleven hundred and four dollars and twenty cents, and also an attorney lee of twenf y-H ve dollars as stipulated in said mortiraifP. No suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover any part of the debt secured by said morttraye, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale in Fhid mortiraire contain d. and of the'statute in fuch case ma le and provided, notice is hereby trlven that on December I4ih, l-''.). at one o'clock in t lie afternoon, at the front door of the court house forijraiiot county, in Mich igan, in the village of ithaea, in shIiI county, there will be sold at public vendue, to the biirhest bidder, the premises described In said niortjrHve, viz: The norh half of the south west quarter of sect ion thirty one, in township twelve north of rantre two west, Michigan. Dated September Hub. l!i'. MiH.iw (', J. WltXr.TT, WII.I.IaM H. Wai.put, Attorney for Mortirajree. Mortraree. MOUTtJAOE SALE: Default has been made in the conlitlons of a morttrave executed by IeMls P. Moair. .achtnah Moair and Mary A. Hoair his wife, to William H. Waldby, whereby the power of a ein said mortjraire 'contained has become operative Said mort yp'tfe bears date Decern tier 1st, lWi'l. and was recorded Januarj '.'th. is;q, in the ifhc' of the rcKi'ter of deeds fortho county of (Iratiot, Hate of M Ichliran. in liber "7 i of mortirHires. on p(roi"l. One semi-annual installment of in terest on said mortKare is pat due and yet re mains unpaid. More than thirty days have elapsed since said intallment of interest be came due, and the said mortyaircc exercising bis option in said mortjrane contained. Iiereliy declares the principal sum thereof, as well as all interest thereon, now due and payable. The amount claimed as due upon said mort pafrf t date hereof is the sum of fifteen hun dred and thirty -two dollars and twenty-seven cents. No proceeding- have been instituted to collect he same, or any part thereof, either at law or in equity, notice Is hereby given that by virtue of the owerof sale in said mort jraire contained, and of the statute in such cue provided, the premises described In said mortgage, to wit ; That certain piece or parcel of land situated In the township of Newark, county of (Sratiot. state of Michigan, known and describd as the outta h ilf of the north-west quarter of section twelve. In township ten north of range three west, will bo sold at public vendue to the blghest bidder, at the front door ot the court house for (Sratiot county, in the Til lage of Ithaca, state of Michigan, ori the fourteenth day of December, Kh. at one o'clock In the atterroon. to satisfy the mm due as aforesaid, toget her with the inter est then accrued and the legal con and charges of this foreclosure, including an at torney lee ol thirty five dollars as authorized by Dated Septemfier l'.'th. CJ.WlLLITT, V 'IIJ.IAW H. W U.PRV, Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgagee. NKFIJALC.IA cured by Dr files' Pain PlLIJ. "One cent a dose. ' At all drugvUt. Y,i u'r:-h it n vi'iir lm r.mrv. It ls l..r all that is ( Inch-lit, 4 ! '1 1 1 K '1 1 cleanly ami lmal'.' i:i heifers ami 1 1 k. - rs. Willi it as a guide ymi will vr ' t l.at w ill satisfy you. At Your Diiiurs. w il..(.",ii ..f linn, l'ov. ' ;m 1 !!.. rt.r:;-' !!C.!fc'l .ill I !ii li.ll.-S Hill lifV.iU.TS i.t ,.l III I n.h I I a fl. nive. .tlwi mi nrji l t . . lu I ,in ! s..-.-ur.- ) ur sj. .rtaij; i....i.lti huui ' IH i5 Spruce St., New York. All pain banished by Dr. Mile- 1 i n IMN. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Dr. Miles' Tain Tills stop nmdacbe. Tiiit r.ainr Ilutl; Dr. Mih.V Ni.KVi; TLA: I l i: Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. All tlru-''ists si 11 Dr. Mll' l'aln Children Crvfor Pitcher's Castoria. Is Xlarriaue a l uilure ? 'J H;ive you bten tryiuy to Z' i ti e b"-t out of existence without henlt'i iu jour f anilj '! Have ou been weiirm' tut your life from the effects of Djsptir-iM. Liver Complaint and IuiiU'e-tion'r Are jo i sleepless at iiiibt'f Do von iiwake in the tiiorniiit; tr-eliui; lan iiuiil, with coated tonirue iti;d sallow, La i.'ard looks'r Don't do it. V -bo'it m the ciinri tells how H icou's (V'ery JuiiL' has cured otliers; it will cure o i. Trial package frte. Iirtre sizes ic nud 'J.'-c Ht li. S. Webb's. When Taby was sick, e cave her Cat-rla. Tien fche was a Child, the cried for Catorl, Tien Bh became Miss, slie clurjg to Castoria. STien she bad CbilJrcn, bbe yavc tLeia Castorl. ton sulfcrin; Try Dr. !;! Pill- Ni b(lv need have NeuraU'la. (Set Dr. Mile' I'ain Pills from druwi-ts. "(me cetil a dose " Sliortif?bteil 2 To waste yonr money on vile, dirty, watery mixtures, compounded by unexperienced persons, when yon have the opportunity of testing Otto's cure free of charge. Why will yon continue to irritate your throat and lnns with that terrible hacking couyh when B. S. VVebb will famish yon a free sam ple bottle of this great ynaranteed remedy? Hold h bottle of ()to's cure to the liuht and observe its beautiful golden color and thick heavy syrup. Largest packages nJ purest goods. Large bottles .VJc and L'.'c. NEUUALOIA cured l.y Pills. "Uuu cent a iosc.'' Dr. Mile- Tain At all drui:t:its. OUR BEST OFFER. : IUto it is. P.m't mi- it. Tlie greatest ofier cv-r bi.aih? by a -trir-tly ht'si-class home newspalM r. Yoil v.ant, it. Von ie:'e been looking for m lean, reliable Michigan !i;w-paper which you could take into your horn" with a feeling of safety and pride. Von w.oit the news. You want Ihcinaikn report. You want your family to have lie benefit und pleasure to he derived liotu dean, whole some lib-ratlin'. You v.ant to laugh at the latest bright and comical ings of tin- ' funny fellows." All thi- is in the Semi-Weekly Detroit Journa'. It is tnailcd Tuesdays ,n:d Fridays ea h Week. It reaches you w i hoiit ;.ny di lay. This will givu t n a Ji.-ipcr whie)i you can read outself and then tuin oyer lo the others in your household, whetlur they are young or old. It is ju.-t what is faiincd for it a stridly high-grade liome news paper. 'Ihe. Semi-Weekly Detroit Journal Is clean, bright ami fre-h and pi-t the paper for thos who do not take a daily but who want to ke o in t nidi with the do ings of lhe world. Kadi i--ui! is made: ; up of at lea-t eight 1 ig pages, dsjit big j columns to a page, mid every subscriber j receives one hundred and lour papers in i the course of a car. it is a complete1 home newspaper in every respect. The regular subscription price of The i Setni-W'eel. ly Detroit Journal is ifl.(M) a j year. We Inve perfected sjH'cial arrange- ! incuts whereby our suh- rib rs can secure our own publication and lhe Semi-W kly 1 Di troit Journal for only fcl.tio by .-ending ; their vuliM-ription to this oilue. This i. but litii - more til th half price. Do no' neglei t thi lfer. Sample copies of The omi-Weekly lb troit Journal will be sent frc upon iipp'ici'iinii by mail to the Ie-; tr-.it of,;, c i "After pnfTering from dypepia for thr( year I decided to try Hurdock Blood Hitter". Two Mottle cured m entire!)." Mr. O. C. White, Tabert, Oneida county, F. Y. u State News. Ifcv .1. W. lIotiL'h. formerly of .lark- son, ilicd recently in SutiU Imrburu, t'al ifornii. I'ev. Moi Lra) Wood s;i) s the only way in IT. i ;o.iinvl lefortn is to lirii;iwiie the . ;!! s. i Tl c Iiiaii of Henderson mt'oiMv !'.! liy j fl?e k 'ev I.ijllt". ao . 1 he fue I- .-UJ - jm.m-iJ to la- ot iucetnliiiry urintu. . ii oil i .i:.ti:..' 1 Sei,at .f .J.iiui s Mc Mill ui. for aIucIi Jc-sit in f'iri- the ;'--! SIIIIMIier il i- been llUDl' ill ! lie SCIIUte ehatiiber of the stall ("ipilol The l.ir.'e steel -.ifc ill the First N'itii tial ISar.U in M( ( ireL'or was blown opi tiwiili d) inmile the other iii jht. The amount f booty i.e( UI(i liv the ii'llehlls is t iiii.it 1 at jo t p i . There w.i" ;i j'Uiii tuied pipe at Pny ('ify list Sunday in tin- ta;nl;ird Oil p'e line. ( iii-i'iir a soiit ..f oil P feet into the air. The holt a i- cut by the Michigan Ccritr-il It. I!, employ-, and is ihe resiiii of it ilil lit u!y beiwcen tin iv.o corp.u.iti ms. The cotnin's-iori unpointed by tlie (I v en:cr, viiled the nulilary acaileiuy at Orchard Luke' tic other day. The mem bers' of the committee prcuit comiii' laled and epre--ccl -irpti'c a' the e.i ellence and thofotilmess of the" oik in the aca demic an! milit'iry d( p irt mc r.fs. us well -a- the gcricrul iiMi:iL,remctit of Micii iirnti nulitary academy. Charles. W. Mill r. attorney, for the Iikc Shore roid. tiled allidavits in the Circuit Court iiL'ninst .lames liiown. who is in jail at AIli-L'an. for implication in tne nu-mot-ahla Ke-Ur hold up, char'inj: him with robbery, iis-ault with intent to murder and tram 'wrecking. Oov. Matthews has is-ueil n ipu-itioti papers and lirown has been cotiiined in jail at Albion. Miikr has in his po-ws-ioi. the. written confes-ion of Hrown. at;d the apprehension ol the entile L'atiir of train robbers is now cer tain. In the state of Michigan there were v?. .Vl divorce suits comincnccd iluring 1 H'.t J. which was 1 less than for ls'.'o Of these ; decries !,:!'. I wen? .'runted, M were dis continued aim arc euu periling s there were lv .'.". marri iL'es during the per cent of applications for divorce to the taimber of marriHies is b!.T. Doriritr the y ar 1S1M there were only four divorces granted in the province of Canada, and but live in 1'.' In the New Kuirland states for 1 '' there were "il divorces granted for every KMio.o 0 population. The state of Smitii Carolina refuses to u'rant divorces for any cause. The di vorce record of Michigan is said to be aboijt medium, or half way between the extremes in the United Slides. The convention of the state Sunday School Asociation wiil open in Detroit, Nov lo and w ill continue until the '.'1st. There will be about '.Muni deh-L':i'e. l.oOO of whom wi 1 be from the different putts of the state. It will be the largest eoriveii tion of the kind ever held in Michigan. F.. O. Fxcell, of Chn aL'o, the well known composer ot and leader in irospcl songa, will lead the siiigmir. ( Jen.. John U. 0"r don will make the address at the opening of the cvenii:' of Nov. 10. 11. F Jacobs, ot Chicago, than whom there is probably no one more prominent, not only in this country, but in the world, as a Sunday School worker, wili also be one one of the sneakers. Hon. T. K. llarkw oith. of Jackson, is the president of the association The seventh annual meeting cf the Michigan Political Science Association was convened at the Hotel Ctdillac in De troit Nov. 1st. The organization has for its ( bject the solution of the problem of municipal government the formulating of ; the best plans. The dues of the a-socia ' tion were reduced from : to 2. The new (,-Ulcers e'ected are as fol.ows, Presi dent, Ocn V. II Witlii igton. Jack-on first vice president. Judge J. V. Champ lin, !rai)d Kapids; second vice president, S L; Smith, Detroit; third vice president i W. L. Weblar, Saginaw: Secrelaiy, Piof Henry L. Adams, Ann Arbor; treasurer, Dr. ( has. H. ('ooley, Ann Arbor; execm , tico committee, Prof. I). II. Waldo, Al bion ; Dallas Ihmdermau, Kalamazoo; (' ' A. (lower, Lansing News Summary. Fugene Fi'M, the poet, died at hi horn in ( hicago Nov. 1. Thousands are reported dead and dying from the cholera ravages in Japan. Spain has recently' decided to send :.", ooo more trooiis for tin; tub miration of ( uba. Sherman's opinion of CJ irfieid seems to correspond pretty closely to Cleveland's opinion o! (ill. October is reported a very hard month or insurance men, is losses have been exceedingly heavy. There was a railroad wreck near Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, at which persons were badly injured, mine fatally, American Missionaries are reported as in danger in Turkey, and they have asked the nrotectioii of U. S. Minister, Terrell. Ih twecn Whiting, Ind., and Hammond ',0HJ acres have been burned over The ground is peaty aud the fire holds firmly. The Cleveland Speed home for infants has been tired seven Dmc in two days. The attendants and the 'go children arc panic-stricken A democratic rally at Smith's Orove, Saturday evening, ended in a free tight. Two men were shot, one fatally, and several were terribly clubla-d. A caricature in Monday'H Tribune mIiows Mat IJuay and Tom Piatt holding down the balance of power. That may be now; but next year will Ik; another story. Krvin Hoostlcy and Hetty Shields of Eagle, Y Va., had a jealously quarrel on the street Saturday. P.oth drew guns. Krvin is dying and the girl is in j.iil. John I). Hockcfellow adds another if:', OOO.boo to hi gifts to Chicago University. This makes a total of .f7,('.((),0iM with which he has endowed the inutitiuion. The Supreme Court of Arkansas has Muck a feather In Us cap by deciding against the prize-lighter, and thus an other Mate will be saved from a serious rcproacn. Mrs. Soph in Smith has been cutting a trern ndous d ish in New York as the rich Mrs. (,'. P. Huntington She lived at the Waldorf and simply oaiki! the city. She is under arrest. The CorU tt Titzsimrnons fight, which ems to have taken a great deal of news paper space n cently, will probably take place on Tuesday or Wednesday i and 'J. at Hot Springs Nov. 5 IF II. Holmes was last SatunJHy found guilty of the murder of IJenj nnin F Pit ( zel The jury was out only long enough to take a single ballot There are in all tl ven victims Mipposcdto have bu n mur dered by Holmes. Press di-patches of Nov. 1 liiv! a hor rible inaount of lhe llndliiL' d I in- in ill li 1h ti d bodv of Ida (Jikiis, an leyen t ar 1 ! niil. in a .-mail tit building in the city i f ( Mu di i. Three youiiL1 iru n are in u t d) charged v.'lh iier muider. A "park fr-'in a pipe set lire tn the hay ia lhe uiiili-s'.ihic in tin; lb.ir..n((j mnu W'ike-b .in . Pa., l:i-t high'. The s'aMe i liiM lirl In low lh; siitlaro. Ivghbeii tuuli - p; i i-hei! and oth. r pii p' ttj t the Value of ilO.OOO Was iii stroy cd. l he new United States gut.b ats Na-h-vilie, Wilmington and H'.lei.a areile-ign. m br river us wcil as ocean sei ice, as ,thy i!i,iv i nly it feet of water They ate a vast improvement upon the gunboats that we re dc i-ed tor river service during Un civil war. but if they do as 1 rave and cliYctivc service asthoe hatilv constiiM t ed crafts no them. mote could be cxpi ctcd of A new Fictu h Cabinet has been formed consisting of the following ofiicers; M 15 aiigeois, minister of tie; intciior arid president of the council of rniii'sftrs, M. kichatd, minister of justice and wor-hip; M. Cavaginas, minister of war; M I. ck toy. mini-lcr of marine-. M Ih-rthdot, minister of education; M Doiimcr, minis ter of finance; M Ouyct d'F-saigric, min ister of public works; ,M. Mcsciin r. minis ter of commerce; M. Combes, mii i-ter of the colonies. A Mhimsota paper asserts that a ton of corn will yield g per cent more heat than a ton of coal, and says the feeling against using a food product for fuel when the price permits is nothing more than an em ntv sentiment. Hut flu; sentiment will e"i-t as long as man's nature i- unchanged. Corn may be burned in an emergency, but it is a astcful proceeding, and no good farmer would be willing to live where no better u.-e could be made ot nature's bounties. J Tin re wns a great railroad disaster on! the II. A: () rail road in West Virginia) Sunday, lit Kirn Orove. the miles cast of ; Wheeling. The cannon ball jumped the j track, killing two outright and seriously injuring seventy others. Many others w re injuied, but not so seriously that j they were Lot able to take care of them ; selves. Three cars went over the bank i and were completely U moli-hed Ten or ! a do'-n surgeons were soon in attendance i and 10,000 people vbitcd the -ccti'j of the wreck. i Sunday's press di-patches give an ac count of a horrible execution of ten men in ; Mexico, at a place called Pathaca. The men were hustled from their holmes at dead or night, brought before an auxiliary judge w ho related to them that their "lives were evil in the sight of iod, and that they were enemies of the faith and here tics whom i lod had ordained through hi holy saint to be consumed by lire " They were taken to the j-ii ami the j i il set on fire. The wlcle population seem- to have gone mad over the affair, b.-lievieg the judge miraculously commissioned to de stioy evil doers. William Henry Th'-odorc Durrani was convicted on Friday, Noy. 1, of the mur der of lilanehe K.imont, after a Did lat ing suae July g'.M last. He is also charged with the murder of Minnie Williams His trial for the latter crime will soon take place. These crimes wen- committed in the U iptist church of San Francisco in April last. Durrant was a-s't Sunday School superintendent ami both young ladies were a( i jU.tlntances of his. it was one of the most brutal murder- in the annals of crime. His sentence will pro bablv bo death, though an attempt will be made to have a new trial. I- It I'ate Not. Did you ever stop aud think how our lives nre affected by some seemingly trilling circurn stance. If the nose of Cleopatra Imd been shorter the whole face of the world would have been different. It is said that a glass of wine too much changed the course of French history.; many person who have earles-ly picked up a scrap of literature on I):. W heeler's Nerv Yttahz-r have beeu cbred of what they consnJri-il .u incurable disease by its use. (,'. S. Cham -r-. ilanta, 111., was a sufferer from ii-rvuie pro-tr di:)?i. A friend, who had knowledge ot Dr. Wheel er's Nerve Vititlit-r, gave him a -mall sam ple. Its n-c stirred up new hope in hi mind: he used two fell -iz-l boMles ami a- , cured fate dit'-cted this wonderful medi cine to his notice. Your fa'e m ,) oe urging j our attention to the same remedy, if you' are. troubled with nervous pr stration. snasms, fits, sleeplessness, ment'il dej re.-sinti, exhausted vitality, de- pot.o ncy, sexual j and general debility. For s ih- by! It. VanDenlh rgh, Mini. , The Trials and Tribulations of a Hat lie Creek (itizen-llovf He Comes to Tell This Story. (Fnim tU l:ittl- Cr,, k M-mn.) Among the moulders at the works of the Michigan foundry company can be found Mr. Amos Maynanl; he has lived in llattle Cn-ck for over ten years, is honored and respected by all who know him; such is the man who makes this .statement, he says: " I have had kidney trouble for years, and it has made my life miserable. The heavy lilting, net s sary in my business, made me worse. I have been compelled to iie in bed in a help- less condition tor as Jong as tune days at & time; the greatest pain was from my back, which sometimes felt as though a bayonet was being run through me in the region of my kidneys; m my citiens of Hat th' Creek knew how bad I Was. I could no' move without the greatest caution, for as soon as I attempted to stoop over, bend to one side, or even turn in lied, the pain was simply unta-arablc. I wore porous plasters constantly for the little tem porary relief they brought me. When ever t caught the slightest cold It went straight to my kidneys and made me worse. I was advised to try I loan's Kid ney Pills, ami got some. I have taken in all four boxes of Ihcm, and I now fed as active as ever. A few monthsago I would h ive ridiculed the idea of being cured so (piickly, and la ing able to work .as I can now. All the long-standing pains ate gone, and th; former traces of kidney dis orders found in my urine have ih'sap-pean-d. I have recommended Do.-m's Kid m y Pills to many friends who were tnni bled as I was, and in every case 1 have learned they proved ns beneficial as with me. Doan's Kidney Pills would be cheap to tne at almost any price." For sale by all dealers, price .V) cents. Fo-tcr-Milburn Co., HulTalo, N. Y., solo agents for the V. S. lb-member the name, l)mn, und take no other. Soinrthlnrr in It. On an upMinuil hasl et nor a rypsy camp .-at the oracle of f.tt-, and manv of the vi.sitfii-.-. at :'li.:on Spring.! InM out soi't har.dn to be x.i mined mid were duly ji.-.t'.nishfal by the pr.ipV' cf future 1 Dui'ing a li Lit i . ; -id ; inn n'. con li -y.s .i".. d no: ll.i i r. !U'viy . of p 1 in -the ;,ce i I h. 1 I : ' ,1 11 . .s :.. e U 11..1U .Ui-i n.i 'i. n :i i-- t 'i"-e ' : I y ' hi r:A in il ?" i tn. 'i he 'h on ihe a .-r 0 i erii.-i a head inte.v it." 1 1 ' i m i '.Hi.-l y took i i , h i aiKl ia wa uniler I In w;i . U the oi!:"r aiiim.ils. l oo u. tr t vi'l' i s," - iuiicd the h ' f'ie Lie a pain." "These mo'iarch, at Ik "They ;u o very lidi," mill mured t'a gr;;nd vi. -r. "Yr s The royal I, rows knit in a fi,.vn. "They ;uc rich, nnd, !in.rco r, oa'-Btom.n-h I- not what It nil lo h" The court !id not fail to notice tliirin-' reflection th.it his i-i.ij -ty helped hi"i sdf to cold tout is? but o:o e.--D.-tr ii! rriliuno. A nut fu r V otiot n. my wife be n in "Ilns is-ked. h- "Mediurn-si;yd worn.m in bloomers?" Uggosted the ch i k. "Vis." "Very determined nil V" "Yes." "Well, a woman of that dofcription (van in here a little while ngo. She seemed to know just what she wanted, arid she bought It without bothering the clerks and went right out." "No; that wasn't Maria." Anil He Won Iter. Morr!ey McMuillr.an- Don't cry, Kitty he ain't n .'ood, cr he woulda't a slinok a swe( an' iaveiy gal like you; besides he'll lie hangin' arouiol agin jist i.s sunn as !'M ipiarter is spent wot Tillie McTig 's ,iii!ii gie her fer h r tiirthday. Ti nth. A ID-ripe for I ,n 1 1 nr "I rim tired of the hurly-burly," said the man of Miitinn-nt. "I am weary of humanity i.v.d its biekei ings. I long for -olitude." "Well," fpMe.t hb-i pr'M-t'ienl fr!"nd." "there is oniy one way I know oi that your wish can 1'- gratilied." "What is that ?'' 'C,o over to Kentucky nnd lecture on prohibition." Washington Star. Thr TiiMe I iirneil. she may have a face of the rarest grace, Her hair like cjlded gold may be; She may conic of a race able to trace Clear bad to Noah its ancestry. She may carry the palm, but not one charm Can be found in this girl by me; My heart, cold and calm, she surely can't harm If hr Lloomers bag at the knee. Ill Object. Dobby Kvery time I get a nickel I put it in my little bank. Fond Parent Thai': right, Hobby. I ilwas like to ei:eour age true thrift and economy. Here another nickel to add to your little store. Hobby-- Th inks, pep. When I get fl I'm going to blow myself to a quart of .vine. Nothing In It. Air.eri'TMi You've heard the story, I suppose, of that countryman of yours who said. "Yes, hundreds of times," when scmebody aked him If he had ever known a man to marry the sister of his widow? Visiting I'nulishman No; let's hear It. Chicago Tribune. It Must Pore lllm. 'Hegin at the bottom and work to the top," Is splendid ml vice to be giving, And yet It is not the best hint we can drop To tie man who digs wellg for a living. flood Roads. An lnurinonii t hIiIc Oht :icle. Mrs. Flat ley No, I'm sure I could ; never ride a bicycle. Mr. Flatley- Nntis nse; yon could do it easy enough if you only really tried. Mrs. Flathy Yes. but, John, how could I ever tell whether my hat was in straight or not ?--Hrooklyn Life. Ileiril on t ti Street. "I'm onto you." the mud pool cried To the trousers it had dotted. 'Ah, yes," the trousers sadly sighed, "I see you have me spotted." L. A. W. Hulletla. A I'ref rren-N I took a header off my wheel And then wa forced to say, "Heiter fifty years of Kuropo Thar, a cy. ) of to-day." A York iMIIml. "I !oe to float ifor;e." said she, "Upon th" d p blue sea." "It's my ciclign!." le-ponded he, "To flo.it a if.in financially." A ltlsflnc lr nrntinr. Indignant finest -Th steak li not only very small but It Is tough. New Waltir Wdl. if It's tough you aught to be glad there Is so llttlo of IU 'jc.,- ..,-7,-.. L i v rr. -: - 7v (-'irA FASHION'S PANCIFS. Heavy white I .m is a fjshionblt trimming for Lan-ee go-vr.-:. A large bo'v cf !.;. ii:i riV;irj tied at bo' h v I istH, r i -v t '.ey. l."i v fid. us 1 i i'u e nro' tnori e!.i i :, t 1 . Mi d : . " ui -o ; - '; an. I ! x ; i- . n ' .M o;:-,,.! . .on. don't ii ; .; p:i ! .. . : r ; " ( 'rcjia H;-ii- '-. Si!!;-i!ott"1 wi.ois o-i e III' tti;-.-t in; tt . ials ! P.O-.V Il.-i. The h ,, t wo b';t'" t ' J ' the !..:e-i a I ... iiirt-waisls. Tri in il. i eg.'; of bind-. .k are very fasl-ionable no,v of th eh;; Iie-i'l o-o-t ; , -d'..i . . f c u ' on ,n ilud-.o.--.- : nd will con tiiii-.o so duiiiis tho fall. When you make an !''ort to hava your pari'sol the hue of the gown, ha sun- to have the mutch t , t. The popuh-r w l.ite-i!i: ',, ; : i t s for ta sumn-er-irl iire hettir made .- p. -i mur driy th.in thoe of l.':-t s'i:.iner. I .ast sui'iruer' lre:---s ;:; ,: fresh cue 1 with big fhouiot r col'.ir'' of bj tiste. lawn, or Sv.i: s, v hi'h sometimes de.- ' ., in r, , er.--. to f-.- i-i-t. A par:; sol cf tin tin h'.-.-.'-: ard vhita taffeta (berks, ono of aii white, or blade, or a pongee one will avoid color da. I.es. and do you good i " h-" .-u any oc( lis ion. 1'iile pink 1?" th ju)pi,lar color in un die so-,! kid gloves for evening wear, and p:i!o yellow and very !i,:l:t tan ara worn in the afternoon. : a drtfket shade of tan for morning . i tr ielin. Itujiortf d p.owns have ? cuffs and sailor collars of scrim, em ir 'idr,red and run through with narrow satin ribbon., while the gowns nre of chine taffeta, la fancy designs, and come from gay Paris. New plain figured mohrlrr r.re very silky in appearance, light i:i weight, and do not hold th dr.-t, while tha new alpacas ino.-t approved of fashion are a widely meshed material, peculiar ly glossy, hut almost rou;;a K: finish. Hows a-re important fer;t,:re; cf tha summer gowns, nnd a lnr?, o " n'aced squru-ely in front of the bdr. is very good style, while often a row of bows, graduated In size, descerd ir".u the bust to the waist, with the larr'st ona at the fnj). Mohair Is often lir.ed with silk of a contrasting color, tlv y'): r.bnwing through tlir lace ins rtior; plrvc j. rutty much everywhere on the- fkirt i'nd bo-lico. The fancy for cuttitig up goods to show that lh"tv is oti'.r stv.ff still better beneath shows r.o si :n of diiuia ishmeiit. PENCIL POINTS. A tT ty individual the (;i;c;;r?. In the .ame box men v. liD ir to gether. 1'n! ridled pas-don sometimes laJs to tho L alter. The man with a hev-n mss never loses a cent. It is the dentist who can do tooth things at once. Plain goods become figured when they are marked down. Any artist with a studio may have a drawing room reception. Did Hope tend a turnpike gate when it "toll'd a flattering tale?" A pillow thief held on to the piilow, but gave the police the slip. The worst place for a farmers' club to npt't in Is the village tavern. There is no activity in business cir cles to compare to that of t'.e hv.7.z saw. A dentist does not alwavs hr.v fair sailing;. He sometimes runs against a sn ng. Rum and an enraged bull help tc make a farmer run through his land rapidly. "I'll see you later, " said thrt boxer when his opponent had dosed both hi? peepi rs. A handsome ferml photographer ounht to do a good business with her taking ways. William the Congueror could not write his name, but he made his mark just the same. A man who cannot kid-: ? pulpit to pieces and bang the covers off the Hible, is no longer considered a great preach er. If you think nobody cares for you just stand up at the circus. You will be sur prised at how many people will taka an Interest In your uprising and down fall. Texas Sift ings. FINANCIAL SCHOOL. Twenty per cent of the business men of this country have a capital of less than $1,000. Of the farmers of this country one fourth, or 2"i per cent, have property valued at less than $1,000. When the last census was taken thv depositors In the savings banks num bered 4..V,;,.,217. In the professional classes of this country, such as doctors, lawyers, teachers. Journalists and clergymen, 40 per -ent have less than $1,000 capital. TV. 'WTerrnce in valuation of proper ty hist census was very remark able. In some states the assessment was no more than per cent of the real value of the property, while In other i a-.-s it Is believed to have been as high, as ; se s !ling price. Th " la-st census made no account ol note... .,jnds, or other promises to pay. whether public or private, and thesa were not included In the estimated wealth for the reason that, while they are ov. tied by one individual or corpora tion, they are owed by another. In IO0 the total wealth of this coun try was $7.1..f,.ono.O'M about $?.us per capita; in ISM it had risen ro I 1 ;. ooo.ooo, or about $"14 per head; In 1S7J it. was $ iO.OG'.hOoo.ooO, or about $7S0 pet head; In 1SS0 It had risen to $ 41.042, ooo.ono, or $70 per head; and In is:h to $i;2,fio0,C00,00n. or $1,'00 p.-r he.id. The acttial money Is only $1G to each persop.