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- '- - -- P ' ' I XcCcbblc?rcparationfor As similating ihcFoodnndKcguta ting the Stomachs andDowels of i ! iminii mi Promotes Dicslion.Chccrful ncss and Rest.Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Jlincral. Not Naiicotic. Jitifku SetU" stbc.Srnna JtocA,lU SmlU -4 run Sint Jkpfnrruint . Jn Otrtmmk JaJa lUrm Sttd - Ctarihd Sugar . A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Wonns .Convulsions Tcvcrish ucssandLossor SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. ssaa ffi2332&pr CXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB. OASTOHIA. 91 fi- !i ei DISEASED MEft?$ hr r 1 1 o r - - ivi n d a y ' tiii:m:v. .Mi:m i Ti;i;.vr:i ' oriffiiiiil uitli I'r.-. U. I... mM : I i f ly i-urc l"r' v it fit v l' i i:i f I l i (' , , I-exual di-c:ic. It i tl, ti;:!' ' f-' L years' c peril net" in tl." t ten !.!.: ! Secure syphilid il T).i tritiU.- I :i-.... I l'-.-.M.!.. f lit iiiiiu I. ii'l.N i:i'!ily t. 'I KI.A I'M l.. I . lVaiv t M .Mt Pui-i-li. n-. '1 li' .v 1 1 1 : i v ruin ur ; :.. 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AmliitioTi. life aud energy are r--iiewt-J, utid one feels ltiuielt a mini HinonK uicu, Kery cafe in treatc-.l in ti viduall no cure-all benco our non.ler ful fiM-cesfU No matter what aiN jou, concult ui contiJentially. W e ran fur-ui-n uBiik hori'ls to iruarautee to aceutii plish what we claim. 250,000 CURED We tn-nt nml care:. KM IS.-H . VAKK'oCKLK. SYIMIIKIS. tiU.hl. STKK'TLKK. IMl'uTKNt V. SM I.KT DRAINS. I NNATI'KAL ll St'll A I'.ii KS. KIDNKY ari l HL.ADDKR 1im-iih-h. I C(NSl IIA'llnN KRKK. 1:uKS FKKK. If unaol.- to call, writ" Jr OIKSTION UI.ANK lor IImMI-: TUEATMKNT. y Kennedy Kergan Cor. Michigan Ave. and Shelby St. LJ DETROIT, MICH. ' F3 J BICYCLES GUNS - CANOES n BOATS A n-t all tl.r rr(ipbrr. FISH-POD i"41' '" -urJr '"r UAiVlUvru t hht:ut rr oeniK Given Away Free to thr se who vrfll devote their leisure rrHn:cut to subscription soaciting for -V . 4 . tha foremost mngaiine devotefi to j''-r.teel sports, hvery man acd .... ....... V , , rl wui.'un, cvci y 1117 riiu J is a (sportsman cr tports- 'J votnaii at i.eart, ti.eretore everyone wants c r iNfJ. f jl - r pti.m ff .. v I.f -iff 1; 'f ("four Id p-r f.rir.i.rn l.t ni ml civu.'. n.ri i h p, n.bi.tu. The On i tn ir I'm It. C o. U.I' k- 1 1 la Av. - NERVOUS, WEAKji 7 I A '1 1 AH 1 -V Q hU. nl IIU For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of For Over Thirty Years P 11 11 thi ccn'iua commh, hiw vo emr. STATE LEGISLATURE. Ke-p. Chan:lnT.ai ii, vl o to upe of tin special comDiittrt on the AtUtnon hill. Introduced a resolution providing that this eomrjaittce bhuuld iiivvbtijnte the subject of taxation, report on the value of railroad jiropi-rty, the amount of taxes they pay tnnlT the pit-sent sy terns in vofrue in other st!it s. Aftei Chain berluiu h;i i eonclu'led his remarks supporting the . e .i ution. Mr. Cheever promptly move l tliat the resnlution In tabled, which v. a- carried by a vote of so to :;. The Democratic members of bi.th houses held a joint caucus fur the pur pose of delini ny :i policy and to (!: mine what action wili be taken in :if ferent measures. St tuit ."s U'ard am' l'erren were the only abente-. and Ilepresentative s- ti'lv v.-a-- elto,--!i chairman. The in t important action taken was the deei'.i:i to stand as a unit on all measur. s where it is con sistent to do so. 4 One of the bi-vs' tights eomino- wili be over that tabled motion of lit-p. Colby's regard iny; eonid-t at ion of t lie adoption of the ruK of the hot house. Utile r." requires a two-thirds vote of the members present to amend bills or joint resolutions which have been con sidered in committee of the whoie. The first bill passed by this house was introduced by l!ep. Alward. It was to legalize the as- essijieiit roll of I'olkton, Ottawa county. The roll was burned with other records. The law does not permit a second roll, and it took a special act to legalize. The bill was given immediate effect. The attempt to refer the Atkinson bill to the railroad committee w as lost by the close vote of 43 to 43. The bill on reference to special com mittee to be named by he speaker w as won by a vote of 73 to 9. Statd of Ohio, City ok Toledo, i IaOAM C'Ol'NTY. Fr.A:JK J. Cheney makes oath tl.at lie 1 the r-enior paruierof the tirm of F. J. Chi- m. . .'.Co. , .join businovi in the City of Tct Jo. v'ouMy uii 1 State afortvitid. and that said tirm will ji;. v tht Bum of (INK Hl'NDHKI) DOLLA ..r each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the utie of Hall's Catarhi Crm . FRANK J. ( IIK.V KY. Sworn to before me and subtler. Ud in my presence, tLia CUi day of December, A.D. Ism,. SUAL. A. W. GLEASON'. Aot.iry J'ullic. TTaJl't Catarrh Cure Is UYen Internal iv and ac'.s directly on the blood and mucous i -irlai-es f the nysttiu. Send for testimonial, fr . F. J.CHENEY & CO., Tw.tdo, O. C3 Sold by Druggisti), 75r. OASTOIIIA. t),.,,iv j me Mna tqu nave Ja bcun.i Blgnaturt of Satisfactiori In Every Bar cf The Earth's Best, I For I .a'jbdiy ana (ieneral 'lnausine PI Iurj)'eK. Labor.SatiLg, Kooiiomicil, Lnnti Longest, aaJ t the J'unpt ari l Pert Soap made. Afk your Grocer f..r "ATLAS " .ap. licunv DAccniT n.urr. ' iikiiiii i hwwuui r.tHnrri.) j SACINAW, MICH. teW r it w Mill NEWS SUMMARY III Doings of the Week Recorded in a Brief Style. CONCISE AND INTERESTING. Th Decroaard Vote for Governor f :iim It-Apportion iutut of ll-Kt-- for Kikch County The Met Suitr llouutjr Jut-tlou Oilier Item. Delcjaten Apportioned tit I'.ikIi Couuty. Secretary Sherman, of the Republi can state central committee, has made a table showino; the number of dele gates to which each county will be en titled in the state convention next spring. On account of the decreased vote for governor the number of dele gates will he diminished from 1.1U1 to 833. The representation of the several counties will be as follows: Alcona. 2; Aler. Allegan. 13 : Alpena. 6; Antrim. 4; Arenac. X: Marat-a. I: Marry. II: Hav. 15; Mt-nzie. Iterrlen Jl : Hraneli. :, Calhoun, to; Cass, 11, Charlevoix :t: Chel.oy'an. ': Chip pewa, ft; Clare, 3; Clinton. I'.'; Crawford. I; Delta. 4; Futon. Il; Kniiuet. ft; viem-see. ; li lad win. ; Jot'cbir. ft: H rand Tia vers, ft . i ra tlot. T.'; Hillsdale. 1ft; Moui'hton. li: Huron. l'; Ingham. l'J, Ionia. IT; Iosco. 8: Inc. '.' l-al lia. t; Jai-Kson. '.'1: Kalaiiia.oo. I'.; Kalkaska. Kent, 4; Keweetiavv. I; Lake ,': l.ap-t-r. h; I.eelan iu. : I.'-nawi-e. -M: LivitiL'ston. 11; l.un-, I; MaeUinac .': M; mli, II; Ma-iistee. ..M.ir- citiette. 1U; Mason. r: Mecosta. ': Menominee. ('.; Midland, ft; Missaukee. :t: Monroe. i;i: Monl calm. II; Montmorency. 1: Musi;e-.'on. 11: wuyttu, 7; Oakland. :.M, Oceana 7; nt m.iw. .'t; Oiiionann. -.': Osceola, ft: 0-cot.i 1: (isi-o. :i; (ttawa. l.'t; Dresijue Isle, Kosi-oinmon. I; Sainaw. Jft; Sanilac 10: Sch .olcrafl . :.'; Shia wassee. 1ft; St. Clair. 'Jte. St. Joseph. HI. Tuscola, lit: Van Huren. 14: Washti naw . IV, VYavne. '..; Wexford, ft; Dukln-..n. ft. Death for the Month of llt- e-inlier. The total number of deaths regis tered in Michieran for the mouth of j December was '.'..HI or l".r more than i the number for the previous month. J There were 3.V.I deaths of infants un I der one year of a;re and l'.'l deatlis of I children ajred from 1 lo 4 years inclu I fcive. Important causes of death were j as follows: Consumption, 'J l.; typhoid fever, 31; measles, ''; whooping-cough, 18: pneumonia. liarrheal diseases under .rt years. 'A'!; cerebri) spinal men ingitis. 'J(.e, influenza, 40; scarlet fever, 15; diphtheria aim croup, ru. Iteet in;ar I'ouiily. What will the legislature do with the beet sttgar bounty laws is a ques tion which is interesting the legal fraternity. It means much to the btate, as in view of the expected enor mous production of beet sugar, the question arises whether the factories, established under the law could not claim the bounty for the entire seven years, or. in o'her words, if the law is not a contra. -t of the state with the manufacturers. Prominent law yers are of the opinion that all factor ies built in view of the law could hold the state for the bounty. Another sugar licet ln tory. Two hundred tanners gathered at a half-way house near Mt. Cleun ns and listened to a talk on the culture of sugar beets by I'rof. Smith, of the Michigan Agricultural college, ami Supt. Pet., w ho is visiting this count ry in behalf of a sunr beet factory in (iermany. The proposed factory is to be built on the M. II. Iluth-r farm. jut outside the city limits, which is ow ned by A. T. Fisher, of Detroit. More ! than l.ooo acres have already been pledged in Huron and Warren town ships and it is thought there will he no trouble in securing the balance. The State It ink- 1). K. i According to Comptroller of the Cur rency Dawes, the 7.". national banks in 1 the state outside of Detroit had total ' resources on Dec. 1 of $.".0,073, f.ftO, as compared with fc4.Kl ,ir.'u in Septem j ber; loans and discounts decreased ! from S'-'M.O.'.C,:.'. to SJh,3,'L',7:i(i; reserve , Increased from i9.794.(r.'i to 8 1 0, 1 '.. 7'., J of which gold holdings increased from Sl.r.sCOOG to $l,004.:t(J7. Deposits in creased from $3'.'.tiS!!i..'l.,4 to 33,131,ti:.8. Met a Tragic Death. Adelbert 11 Worden, senior member of the Worden (irocery Co., of Urand Kapids. met a tragie death. His life less biuly was found wedged between the elevator car and the third floor in Ids store. Mr. Worden had been ail ing for some time with the grip and it is thought he fainted while the eleva tor was in motion, falling with his head and shoulders outside the ear. I.ot Ills Hand While Cutting Feed. While Kd Kodgers, of Kmerson tow u fehip, Oratiot, was cutting feed for his stock, one of his mittens was caught in the rollers of the machine and before he could stop it his hand had been clipped six times, the last eut being straight across from the junction of the thumb with the hand, necessitating amputation at the wrist joint. Milieu to he He-Opened. The Victoria Mining Co. organized in lloston. has raised S70o.ooi in cash for the purpose of re-opening the Vic toria or Purest mine in Ontonagon county. The Onondaga Land - ( up per Co. is organized w ith r'ion.ii.io cash to re-open t he Shehlen and Columbian mines located at Houghton. Corunna has a new electric lighting company, with V.'o.ou!) capital. Flint's council has ordered the I irand Trunk to remove its stock yards to the outskirts of the city in the interest of health. Coal is claimed at Port Huron. The Michigan Development Co. sunk a shaft for oil and struck a four-foot vein of coal. Fourteen women in a bunch pleaded puilty to the charge of immorality at 1'ort Huron and were assessed S3.ro each by .Judge Cady. Thos. Kelly, of St. Ignace. after !in-Is'-cvr his mid-day meal tornid to leave the table and fell to the floor, djring instantly. The artiat who la in aearm of attitudea descriptive of torture, and poea depicting Buttering:, need not go to the Lhribtian ' martyrs of old. If he could only t-e through the walla into tens of thousands of homes all over this land, he would pee women undergoing torturea in nilence without complaining, oeiore wnicn tne (brief ordeals of the martyrs pale into nothingness. No one but a woman can tell the story of the suffering, the despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of ill health aud pain because of disorders and derangement of the delicate and important orpans that are distinctly feminine One of the worst effects of troubles of this kind is upon the nervous system. The tortures so bravely endured completely and effectually shatter the nerves. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription is an unfailing cure for all weak ness and disease of tin- feminine organ ism. It makes it strong and healthy. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain. It checks exhausting drains and tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood. Cood medicine dealers sell it, and have nothing "just as good." " Since my last child was torn, thirteen years a'O, I have Mrr red from uterine trouhle." w rites Mrs. 1'anl Devraine, of Jellico, Camphell Co., Tenn. "I consulted several doctors ami took much medicine, hut found no relief, I had very ?ad health lor twelve years. F.vcry month I was in Led a week hitore the monthly period ami a wet k after. I was obliged to keep in Led for four months last summer. I was ju-t like a corpse. I lost twenty-six pounds in four mouths. I was roughing so ninth I was con sidered in consumption. I Mithred severely from jwiins in my hack, hearing down pains in the wom'o, chills and cold sweats. Afti r taking f iur bottles of I)r. I'itrce's i.t.Klerj Medical Dis covery my roughing stopped, and after six bottles of Dr. 1'iercc's I'avoritc 1'rescription my periods hecame regular and were passed with out pain. Now 1 am fleshy, more so than ever belore. My m ililfiis sue surprised toee me in such good health afier haviut; been tue so low." Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases. It is . pcedily cured by Dr. I'itrce'a Pleasant Pellets. STATE GOSSIP. The (Jen. Win. Humphrey, of Adrian, is dead. The copper speculation fever shows no sign of abatement at Marquette. P.ay City is to have a hospital which will be run by the Sister of Charity. A new electric road from tirami Ilap ids to Kalamazoo is being cons'dered. An epidemic of grip is raging at (fraud Kapids, ij.iio i persons being ill. Chicken thieves are operating among the farmers in the vicinity of Koyal Oak. The common council of i'owlervilic lias ordered the closing of all gambling rooms. The burned buildings at West llranch will be replaced by a new brick block at once. Levi K. Pierson. a prominent lawyer and politician of Hudson, is dead; aged 7W years. Hiram Delano, aged 7'.'. of Harris vi 1 died from injuries received from a fall on the ice Nine fishermen drifted around f .; '. davs on a cake of ice at St. Ignace be foi e bei ng rescued. J The Shiaw asset- Poultry association will hold its ti is t annual show at Owos.) early next month. Mr. and Mrs. Pert ram Moore, of p:. City, recently celebrated the .'o;';. ;,i. niversary of their marriage. After three hours the jury in ''; ( has. II. Mains perjury case at Mar shall returned a verdict of not guilt;.. The stub line of the Flint A Pciv Marquette from Palms to Sand 1 acli will be widened to standard gauL'c early in the spring. Mayor Prant. of lh nton Harbor, is taking steps to test the city lrt-ii-:;rir right to collect a 1 per cent be m, state and county luxes. John Wilson, convicted at Flint ol robbing the F. A P. M. depot at (irand Plane, has been sentenced to a year and a half in Jackson prison. It is thought that by the arrest o! Andrew K. Conover at Port Huron, oiu of the worst gangs of hank sw indlers in the country has been rounded up. Wm. Fisher, aged dO years, of Hust ings township, was found dead in a near by stream, w hether it was a case of murder or suicide is yet unknown. An Allen oil dealer collects the in dividual oil cans and tills them from his tank just outside the corporation limits, thus avoiding the $10 license imposed on peddlers. 1Mb KIDNEY COMPLEXION. The pa'e, sallow, Minkeii-cli eked, di-tressed-looking people you so rlicn meet are i.tllieled with ' Knlney Complexion." Their kidneys are turning to a paisnip col r. mi i- their complexion. They may also hnve indigestion, or suf fer fiom sl eplessr.t ss, rheumatism , ncii Mili i, brain trouble nervot.H cxhauii n and M.iiielimes I he heart hc'h badly. The cause I- w ak. ni hcalthy kidneys. I'su. illy the su'lt r r from kidney tlis ease docs riot I'm 1 out what the trouble is u-itil it is almost too late, bccai.H" Ik first sMnptoins are so like mild j.hkne-s that they do not think they tit ed a medicine or a doctor until t! ey find themselves s t k in tied. Dr. Kihiiei's Swamp-Hoot wnl build up ai d strciiL'then tin it weak and diseased kidneys, purify tl'eir diseased, kidtuy pni.soncd blood, char their complexion and soon 1 1 1 - v will cm j iv belli r health You ca'i g t the regul ir sies at H e dru More, nt tity cents and one dollar, oi -yon may first prove f..r otir-ilf the wonderful vutues of thi" great discovery, S a airp-Uoot, by sending your address to Dr. Kilmer tV Co., llinghainpton, N. Y f. r a - iiiii'k' boVle an I a book that tol's a1', ah mt it. dh sent t r : bo',uiily f r ui'iM When writing ' ' fnen e t i ' you re 1 1 this liberal ohj a Tim. KKM'IlI.i. an LKM'KI'. VY I 11 n Thtre I rTlted hop of the olectrlc road between Flint and Foutou being built. Article of association for a beet Kugar factory with headquarters at Itentou Harltor, have been filed. Capi tal stock 8 'J oo, ooo. The Wabash railroad has filed a suit to restrain the I)., L. X N. K from using its tracks from Dclray to Detroit, and asks for S'.M.OdO for track rentals, in the Ohio courts. (ieo. Tompkins and Miss llol.y, who were testing the strength of the ice on Clark's lake, Jackson, unfortunately broke through ami were drowned. The bodies have been recovered. Max tiohlberg, of Detroit, tried to blow out a gasolne slove in his grocery store, and the result was a lire that damaged his stock- to the extent of S 1,-, 000 and burning his neighbor's effects. Henry S. Seage was waylaid ami robbed of a small sum of money w ithin a block of the slate house, Lansing. He was struck in the face with some blunt inst rumcnt and knocked down. It is stated that nearly all acreage for the beet sugar industry in Oakland county has been seen red ami the build ing of the factory assured. Head quarters have been established at Pon tiac. nua'u n. mac, iainer or .r mitre c. II. ltlack, of Lansing, is dead. llc leaves a widow with whom he had lied w ith for '.' years. Deceased was 13 years old. A carload of sugar beets w as shipped from Pay Port. Huron Co., to the Pay Citv beet sugar factorv, yielded 17 per' " J cent sugar, the largest per cent ever sent to that factory. A letter mailed at Mention, Jan. 3. 1'.is. to a party at Leonidas, six miles distant, was delivered Jan, H, ls'.i'.t, having lain in the postofticc just one year and four days. A Pusiness Men's League has been formed at Lansing. The object of the league is for the purpose of pushing legislation in behalf of the mercantile interests of the state. City Attorney Hutterfleld, Ann Ar- bor. has asked for an injunction to re- train the D., V A A. A. Ly. from run- ning car- iaster man eigiu miles an hour within the city limits,. Dr. L. L. Houghton, state geologist, has tendered his resignation to the board of geological survey, but he was induced to remain in ollice until the completion of volume u" of the reporVs, which is now In course of nreonrnt ion. llert linger," a farm hand, employe.! by Peter Kalambaeh, of near Sylvan. Invited a neighboring friend to spend the evening with him. During the hours w hich were spent at the Kalam baeh residence the friend showed so much attention to the daughter that Pager became jealous, whereupon he secured a revolved and put '4 bullet through Lis own head. A great rnonih'y newspaper." The liookman. THE magazine for up-to-date people. Ii gives its own illustrated account of the current history of this country and Europe, and. in addition, selects the best that is in all the other magazines, American, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian. It is for people who want to know what is going on in the world. A hundred timely illustrations in every number. 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SnbscriU-ri are entitled e:t' h in nth . patterns of the latest fashions in woman's attire, at no I'osrr to Til km oilier than tint n.-ceaiv for -:ic ami wrappinv;. Great Special . :nf;Dlirf u . "-mot Subscriptions. Only $i.75-TH.w r.iPER and De nores' Family Magazine sentl yo;ir Subseriptionsjlo this ll.'lit c. RCTTIMfi RFAIIV ! Mb I I llJU IIK.HEJ I Every exjiectant mother ha A trying ordeal to face. If ahe does not- get ready for Ity, there is no telling what may happen. Child-birth is full of uncertainties ii Nature ia not given proper assi.stance. Mother's Friend ts the best help you can use at this times It is a liniment, and when regularly ap plied several months before baby comes, it makes the advent easy and nearly pain less. It relieves and prevents " morning 8icknos8." relaxes the overstrained muu- j cles, relieves the distended feeling, fihort- ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous after-effects. Mother's Friend iet good for only one purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. . ,, . ... ... , rn r.lln rf -intt!fl ftt ftll limr? StOreS. Of' fceiiL hv ex mess on rece.Pt of ITiCf-. FitEE Hooks, containing valuahle lnfr.rm tloa for wom-n, will be bent to any addrenf Upon application to TME URADFirXD k'EOL'LATOR CO., Atlanta, 0. Herb High an. I M. Shot disluibed the peace and quiet of Pontine by a list tight on the main street. Lach re ceivctl a pair of "shiners" before friends stepped in ami separated the combat ants. A whole family is dangerously sick at Decatur as a result of using a basin ,n prppari tlinne vioUslv ,)0,.n u nner, which had pre- or mixing rough on rats in. It is thought they will re cover. A freight train broke loose at Ply mouth and when the two set-tons came together the force was so great that two cars loaded with potatoes were badly smashed, and potatoes took a , fcutKk'n dJHI- CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturo of 13 AcT0R Ft. '.CF, NEW YORK. S . S'VW'Vs. . i. EErroFESt's 00 A Year lh Sfi'.-'scrlptitin Price ct I.II.V.OUM.STS Is reduced to $1.00 a car. c. itita i ii- in. .re matli r. artisiie, s 1 1 : 1 1 i I : i , social red I r;n tical id. in ;:ity i lii. r one i!..,c:uiiie "iilair.s. in:iL.,,int for tie' v f.t.'e f;:milv. ... ,,... I I n,P ... ".. i.