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Tropic all over Michigan Talking A boot It How it spreads. . Can't keep a "pood thing' down. Ever notice how "good things" are imitated? Qtter the artiele, more imitators. Fortunately the public has a safe guard. Praise can't be imitated. And true praise takes root and spreads. ! Claim is one thing, proof is another Claim is what the manufacturer says. Proof is what the people say. Everywhere in Michigan people say . Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys. Cure all kidney ills. W. S. Kilmer, Passenger Engineer, on the M. C. Ily., residing at 214 Orange street, Jackson, Mich., says: "In 1895 I had considerable trouble with my kid neys from the result of a severe cold which settled there and though I tried every means at hand and treated with doctors the pains through the small of my back became more persistent and severe. To add to my troubles the kid ney secretions were unnatural and ir regular. At last I was obliged to lay off work. When at homo getting no better under the treatment 1 was then taking, some one advised me to use Doan's Kidney Piils and I procured a box more out of curiosity than from any expectation that they might help me. Now, I want this thoroughly un derstood, when I finished the box I went back to work without a pain or an ache. Rut to make matters doubly certain I took a second box. Since that time and that is three years ago, I have neither had an ache nor a pain. Is it any wonder that at this date, 189S, I recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and tak. no substitute. If the saloons were open on election " ,a t i i 11 ...11 ,f it migni. ie possiuie io pun i iun vote. A CHEERFUL WOMAN. From '1 be Democrat. ISraill, Indians. Every woman cannot t e beautiful but cheerful face often supplies the deficiency. But no onecan berheerf ul and bring joy to others unless they have perfect health. For tunately, science has placed this priceless boon within the reach of every woman as the following incident proves: Mrs. Amanda Robinson, wife of William Robinson, farmer and stockman, near Howesville. Clay County, Ind.. is thirty two years old and had for several years been in declining health and despondent. For three months the was not only unable to attend to her domestic duties but too feeble to be up and about. To-day he is in good health and able to attend to her household affairs. iShe relates her experience as fob I was afflicted with female troubles and was in a delicate state of health. I lost my appetite, grew thin and was greatly de pressed. After taking various remedies without being benefited I was induced by ft friend to try Dr. Williams' rina x ius. "Early in the summer r-rrJ-of 1897 1 pro- vTTt cured fire boxes of them finishing the second box J began to im prove and by the time 1 had taken the five boxes I was able to go hnn t m r usual work A Trieeltsa Uoon. and stopped taking the pills. 'Our daughter Anna, twelvo years old, wasabo afflicted with decline and debility. (She lost flesh, beeuied to be bloodless and had no ambition. She took two boxes of the pills and they restored her appetite, aided digestion and brought color to her cheeks. Hhe is now in the best of health. I think Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Teople the best medicine we ever had in our family and recommend them to all needing a remedy for toning up and rebuilding a shattered Bystem." Ho discovery of modern times has proved such a blesiing to women as Dr. Williams' Fink Pills for Pale People. They restore strength and health to exhausted women when every effort of the physician proves unavailing. These vegetable pills ere everywhere recognired as a specific for dis eases of the blood and nerves. War with Spain. As war with Spain has broken out the officials seem to think that all that will be needed is warships, tor pedo boats and other instruments of destruction. But really what will be needed more than anything else is a good supply of "5 DROPS" (manufac tured by the Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., 167 Dearborn street, Chicago 111.), to knock out the Rheumatism which is sure to grip our soldiers and sailors in the miasmatic climate of Cuba and the surrounding Islands, where the war will be waged. The truth is that something to heal and cure is precise ly what is needed right now in the desolated "Queen of tho Antilles." Those 2C0.000 reconcentrados reported 6ick and dying by hundreds need pro Tislons, it is true, but they need good medicines fully as much. If Miss Dar ton, the good lady who has charge of the Red Cross relief work, was sup plied with "5 DROPS" sho could, by their agency, sive many a sick Cu ban. These miraculous "5 DROPS" conquer many of the worst diseases ofliiM Atiine humanity, such as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, the excruclat- ing Sciatica and the other diseases for ; , which it is recommended. The war Department should see that there is an abundant supply of "5 DROPS" In the medicine chests. Silence iz alwuss safe, and iz fre quently the smartest thing we kan say. Joshllillings. Repentance is the shortest road out of sin, but the last which most people take. The Baldwin Locomotive works, of Philadelphia, Pa., have recently deliv ered to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road company, the last of the large or der of locomotives placed last fall This delivery Included twenty heavy' engines, which are now being broken in for service between Cumberland and Baltimore. These locomotives are of the same style that the motive pow er department adopted as the standard for the first and second divisions. They are of the Consolidation type, with 21x 26-inch cylinders, and the average load that they pull approximates 1,800 tons.' Don't tet with your wife, unless you are pre pared to lose, whether you win or not. Love is the chief bond of human sym pathy riding a bicycle is next. Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to attend business during the day or sleep during the night. Itching piles, hor rible plague. Doan's Ointment cures. Never fails. At any drug store, 50 cents. Jleaaty Is lllood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it Cascarets. Candy Cathar tic cleans your blood and keeps It clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im nurltles from the body. Ilesrin today to banish pimples, bolls, blotches, blackheads. and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, batlstaction guaranteed. 10c, 2c, 50c. Why Is it so few women like to jrlve the name of their dressmaker to their menus? The best of us owe more to chance than we are willing to admit. Coughs and colds, down to the very borderland of consumption, yield to the soothing, healing influences of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Punctuality, honesty and brevity are the watchwords of life. The nlan bv which Messrs. Grimes & Worthiugton (whose adv. appears in this issue) are placing high-grade wheels witn out cash is worthy of everybody's conrld eration who wants a wheel. They are re liable. Puns. A man often poes into mourning for his wife by dyeing his white whiskers black. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken internally. Price, 75c. If a man trusts to luck for his happiness he will be In luck whi n he pets it. Coca Con eh itaiaam It the oltlet ami lt. It will brrak up a cold quicker than anything- elw. It la alwajr reliable. Try 1U If justice was really blind she wouldn't be nble to wink at her favorites. Two million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia. No need to. Burdock Blood Bitters cures. At any drug store. ' It makes some men "nutty' asked to "shell out." to be Impossible to foresee an accident. Not impossible to be prepared for it. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil Monarch over pain. Unless the ghost walks the business cannot run. To Care Constipation Forever, Take Caoarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 5ic. 'if C. C. C. fall to cure, drug-gista refund money. ' Don't pattern after the busy little bee. It's the other fellow that eats the honey. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlne Syrnn For children teething. noftrnii the irumn.retlureHlnflanT mallon, allay pain, curen windcalle. 25 cents a buttle, The Reigning Spanish Dynasty Ap parently Doomed. REVOLUTION IS THREATENED. Don't raise your hand apalnst your husband Droom handles arc plenty. No-To-llac for Fifty Cent. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, maken weak men strung, blood pure. 5uc. tl. All druggists. An opportunity to do pood Is a chance please (Jod. to Piso's Cure for Consumption Is our only mod lcine for coughs and colds. Mrs. C. lleltz, 4;ft 8th Ave., Denver. Col., Nov. f. iw God reigns In the heart that will not har'.ior hate. Ilrown's Teething Cordial makes good babies out of cross babies. Jlllson savs that ho has noticed that som men are a pfent deal like rivers. When thel heads are swelled you realize it from thet mouths. Oe iiiiuuuuuuuuuuuuyuuMUHHUuyuuiiuuuuuuu NAAnnAnnnnflnancflHRflflflflnDnnnnnflRoofl in mwii MfuniiH h ii ii nninnm nnn 1 r a BO W o is the name to remember when buying Sarsaparilla. Dr. Ayer'a Sarsaparilla has been curing people right along for nearly CO years. That is why it is acknowledged to be the sovereign Sarsaparilla. It is the original and the standard. The record of the remedy is without a rival, a record that is written in the blood of thousands, purified by its power. " I nursed a lady who was suffering from blood poisoning and must have contracted the disease from her; for I had four large pores, or ulcers, break out on my person. I doctored for a long time, both by external application and with various blood medicines; but in ppite of all that I could do, the sores would not heal. At last I purchased Fix bottles of Ayers Sarsaparilla, thinking I would Rive it a thorough trial. Before, tho nix bottles had been taken, the ulcers were healed, the skin sound and natural, and my health better than it had been for years. I have been well ever since. I had rather have one bottle of Dr. J. V. Ayer'a Sarsapa illa than three of any other kind." Mrs. A. F. Taylor, Englevale, N. Dak, Get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I IS II lit E. Martial Law Proclaimed lu Madrid Sen- satloual I'tteranees In the Cortes ltlots In the Provinces Queen llegcnt May Abdicate to Save the Throne. All Spain is in on uproar and revolu tion is in the air. The people are de fying the troops and the n3'al family is on the point of flight. The mobs cry "Down with Moret and Rermejo." The Weylerite leaders are discussing ways and means for bringing the Cuban butcher into power. Surprise, disap pointment and indignation have been caused at Madrid by the tremendous destruction done by the American fleet at Manila. Owinir to the ex cited condition of the populace martial law has been proclaimed at Madrid. In the Spanish parliament the w ild est excitement of SO years reiirned. There were scandalous scenes while Premier Sagasta was speaking, the He publicans und C'arlists hurling insult ing and abominable epithets at him. Scnor Salmeron criticised the action of the crown in the crisis and declared that the monarchical government was solely responsible for the present situ ation, lie said, "We expend millions to maintain the monarchy, but have not enough to buy ironclads. Whoever will destroy the existing regime will be a great patriot." Rioting and bloodshed are reported at Seville, Barcelona and Valencia. There is the most intense excitement throughout the kingdom and a revolu tion is imminent. Madrid is an armed camp and the queen regent and the boy king have completed all preparations for flight. While the Carlists are ac tive, it is believed, nevertheless, that the dictatorship of Weyler may be the outcome of the crisis. During the dem onstrations at Madrid the soldiery at the barracks were only prevented from joining the mob by personal pleadings of the officers. Many officers mingled with the mob inciting them to attack the residences of ministers. The re publicans were even more busy than the officers in urging on the crowd and shouting "Down with the queen re gent." More than once they led the mob toward the royal palace but each time the police drove them back. 1 he outbreaks m the provinces are assuming alarming proportions. Es pecially in the province of Gijon,on the Hay of JJiscay, where trcps have been compelled to fire on the rioters "in self defense," the artillery has been ordered out and a state of siege declared. Mar tial law has been proclaimed through out the province of Valencia. llioters at Talavera have committed serious disorders. They burned railroad cars and set fire to several private houses. They then tried to break into prison and release the convicts. Riots have occurred at Caceros. The miners around Oviedo have struck and rein forcement of troops has been hurried to Oviedo. A renewal of the rioting at Gijon is feared. Vienna dispatches state that the res ignation of the regency by Queen Maria Christina is being seriously considered by the members of the imperial family of Austria with a view of averting an anti-dynastic movement and saving the throne to the young king of Spain. An exchange of ideas on the subject is go ing on between the queen regent and her Austrian farailv. It is generally believed at Vienna, however, that the Spanish dynasty is nearinir the end. A special dispatch from llrussels says a high Spanish diplomat there declares that Spain is practically in a state of revolution. The end of the regency has begun. Honor for Dewey and Ills Men. The President and congress, in be half of the American people, have paid a fitting tribute to the heroism of Com modore Dewey and his officers and men, for the magnificent and unparalleled victory in Manila bay. President Mc Kinley sent a message to congress set ting forth the principal facts relating to the achievement and. recommended that a vote of thanks be extended by congress to Commodore Dewey and the gallant officers and men of his fleet. Without a word of debate and with out a dissenting voice the Senate agreed to a resolution carrying into ef feet the recommendation of the Presi dent. A bill was then presented in creasing the number of rear admirals in the navy from six to seven, in order that the President might nominate Commodore Dewey to the highest position " the navy within his gift, and that. too. w;s passed without dissent. In addition u joint resolution was unanimously agreed to directing the secretary of the navy to present to Commodore Dewey u sword of honor, and to have struck, in commemoration of the battle of Manila, a bronze medal for each of the officers and men who participated in the gallant light. The resolution appropriates 3I0.0.M) to en able the secretary to carry its provis ions into effect. The House also promptly concurred in the President's recommendation and passed the bill creating an additional rear-admiral of the navy. TO TAKE PORTO RICO. on U-n oflo. xmttfrrrrmra ooppuopoggqac II II M M liWftirWrl- C- LA ao a ao The monitor Puritan had a narrow escape from being sent to the bottom by treachery oil Matanzas. A watch ful turret boy discovered a man boring a hole in the bulkhead of the magazine. He had a bundle of waste saturated with turpentine which he intended to ignite and throw into the magazine. The boy gave the alarm and the villain Mas captured red-handed and was hur riedly placed in double irons and locked up, before the rest of the crew learned of the attempt to blow them up. The fellow wasCurlos Fernandez. a Spaniard who has been in the navy four years. He was courtmartialed and shot. THE DAWN OF WOMANHOOD. Siiod'i largest Veaacla Kali for That l'urpose. Spain's Atlantic fleet is not to be al lowed to reach Porto Kico or to ap proach the coast of the United States. Hear Admiral Sampson has perfected plans for meeting the enemy on the dgh seas and giving battle at a time and place of his own choosing. The arge fighters of Sampson's squadron, the New York, Indiana, Iowa, Puritan and Mayflower were withdrawn from the Cuban blockading fleet and coaled up heavily at Key West, after which they sailed eastward at full speed, ap parently for Porto IUco, either to de stroy or to occupy tho coaling station as a naval base before the Spanish squadron arrives, and then put to sea and try to engage the Cape Verde fleet. M eanwhile the smaller vessels of the North Atlantic squadron are ample to maintain the blockade. Capt. Converse of the Montgomery will direct them. Sampstn's warships sailed prepared for an unusually long cruise. Their magazines are overflowing with am munition. They will be in fit condi tion to round up the Cape Verde fleet next week if it be that the Spanish warships are coming to Porto Kico at all. It is reported that on the way to Porto Rico Admiral Sampson will stop Matanzas and Santiago de Cuba. It is believed that any repairs to the fortifi cations at Matanzas which the Span iards have made since the recent bom bardment will be knocked to pieces. Then the fleet may go around to San tiago on the outskirts of which Garcia is pressing, and destroyed the fortifica tions there. After that the warships are expected to pick up the Oregon, the Marietta and the Nichtheroy (now named Ruffalo), which are on their way from Rio Janeiro, and go back to Porto Ilico, the taking of which is now considered a military necessity. Miles Commands Insurgent Army. It is asserted that (Jen. Miles is now practically in command of the insur gent army in Cuba. The Washington government is now in close touch with and has established communication with three army corps commanders of the insurgent forces. Every move made by Gens. Gomez, Garcia and Rod- eriguez Is on the advice of Gen. Miles. Through war maps of Cuba our own commanders know the whole of Cuba bettcrthan any officers in Illanco's arm'. There has been a concentration of troops in accordance with orders from Gen. Miles. The Cuban army is divided into three divisions the army of the east, under Garcia; the army of the west, under Kodcriguez, and the army of the center, under Gomez. Garcia and Koderiguez have the larg est number of men. Gomez is near the coast, cutting off! food supplies of the Spaniards and rounding up cattle for future use. He has named his place to meet the force now massing in the United States. He will cover the landing on the land and the gunboats will attend to it on the sea. The men who know where that landing will be made are Gens. Miles, Shafter and Nunez, in addition to Gomez and the authorities at Washington. Two de pots of supply will perhaps be estab lished, one for the purpose of arming the Cubans, the other for a base of sup plies for the United States troops. One landing may serve for both. Arms for the Cubans will also go to Garcia. He is in the far east, keeping Santiago de Cuba in terror. Earnest Words From Mrs. PInkham to Mothers Who Havo Daughters, and a Lottor From Mrs. Dunmore, of Somervlllo, Mass. NOTES ON THE WAR SITUATION Wm. Astor Chanler, the well-known millionaire, has departed from New York with three companions with the avowed intention of joining the forces of Gen. Gomez and fighting Spaniards. Martial law has Wen proclaimed in Porto Ilico, and it is being enforced in a tyrannical manner. Crowds of peo ple are leaving for the interior, and the capital is almost deserted by the civilian population. The military au thorities are most actively engaged in preparing for the defense of the island. Americans are without protection and in danger. Food prices are rising fast THE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. 3 50 4 25 4 2) New York Cattle Sheep Lambs Ho llest trades... Huofa NO ll is w) tl M Lower grades. .3 5 &4 7b Chicago Hest grades.... 4 85 IS 2) Lower grades.. 3 50 lilb Detroit Hest Rrades....4 2.4 75 Lower grades.. 3 0)64 00 lluffalo Hest grades.... 4 no! 40 Lower grades. .3 2n3 8) Cleveland Host grades.... 4 W 4 2 Lower grades. .3 00 i 3 85 Cincinnati Hest grades.... 4 404 75 Lower grades. .3 I 25 rittuburjc liest grades. ...4 75ff 1 Lower grades..3 5JL$laJ (lit A IN. ETC Wheat 4 25 3 25 4 2 3 2 4 25 3 5) 4 00 3 00 4 01 3 25 4 2 3 50 4 85 4 00 4 75 4 2 4 00 4 25 4 50 4 0J 4 75 4 0J 4 P 4 2) 4 2) 4 00 4 05 3 85 4 30 4 10 4 15 3 05 4 15 3 tlj 4 25 4 U0 advent No 2 red New York Jl 4K(il 45 ChW-rtgo Detroit Toledo CliK'liin.-itl Cleveland rittshuric lluffalo 1 4.V&1 47 1 3) .1 3) 1 3 nil 35 1 1831 1 1 3Kftl 30 1 3031 3) 1 3ai 31 Corn. No 2 mix 40 14 313.31 Cfl 31 3:a3' 3i 1 38'.4 38 1 35 37 37 37 37 Oats. No 2 white 37&37tf 3M3I 3232 V 343t 31x314 32&3Jtf 3:a"2 Detroit -Hay. No 1 timothr. 18.75 per ton. rotatoes. ujc per lu. uivc I'ouury, lurxejs 1 c p-r lb; chickens. 81: ducks. c Kggs strictly fresh. I Sc per doz. Mutter, dairy 144c per lb; creamery 18c The capture of the Spanish steamer Argonata by the gunboat Nashville off the southern coast of Cuba proves to have been most valuable. The Argo nata carried a large quantity of am munition and arms besides important mail for Gen. Itlanco. Pesides there were on board u Spanish colonel Col Vicente de Cortijo, of the Third Span ish cavalry, with 10 other army ofliccrs and it now transpires that the colonel is a brother-in-law of Lieut. 'Gen. Val erino Weyler, the famous "butcher," I me iorraer governor-general or Cuba. His captors are immeasurably elated. womanhood is fraught with dangers which even careful mothers too often neglect. One of the dangers to a young woman is belated menstruation. 4The Illy droops on its stem and dies before its beauty is unfolded;" or she may have en tered into the perfection of womanhood with little apparent inconvenience or disorder of health. Put suddenly the menses entirely cease. Mother, puberic malady is taking hold of your daughter, and quick consumption may follow t Take In 6tant steps to produce regular menstruation. Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Com pound is certain to assist nature to per form her regular duties, procure it at once; there are volumes of testimony from grateful mothers who have had their daughters' health restored by its use. If personal advice is desired, write quickly to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. It will be given you without charge, and it will be the advice of abundant experi ence and success. Head tho following from Mrs. Charles ;mont St., Winter Uill. of :::::: fiyf :::::: sf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j r i rf VV in t IU V Ueaa tno loiiowi ) Duxmoke, 103 Frei Somerville, Mass.: ' I was in pain da pain uay ana nignt; my doctor did not seem to help mc. I could not seem to find any relief until I took Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I had inflammation of the womb, a bearing-down pain, and the whites very badly. The pain was so intense that I could not sleep at night. I took Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound for a few months, and am now all right. Before mat l roou morpnine puis ior my pains; mat, was a great mistake, for the relief was only momentary and the effect vile. I am so thankful to be relieved of my sufferings, for the pains I had were something terrible." Lydia E. Plnkbam's YcgcUblcComponad; a Woman's Remedy for Woman'sIUs lf5f 1 f RCaumESNflCOOKINQ. " MAMS tmm Mb CUFf S STlfF MO HEX a WKI FICT HUGT KW. 3 onc nvHo or this starch wiu so At FAR AS A P0UN0 AN0 A HALF 0FANY OTHER STARCH. ti r uiiRturcrn RDnr.dt M.M.I WWII. W I . . KEOKUKJOWA. NEWHAVL1C0NX.P IRONING MADE EASY. HAS MANY IMITATORS, BUT NO EQUAL. Thic Cfaivli is PrePared on 1 lllO Oialtil scientific princi ples, by men who have had years of experience in fancy laundering. It restores old linen and summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. The only starch that is perfectly harmless. Contains no arsenic, alum or other in jurious substance. Can be used even for a baby powder. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AVD TAKE NO OTHER. Worth Double the Price of the Best Chain Bicycle. I25 Bevcf-Gcar Chainlcss Bicycles Makes Hill Climbing Easy. That is the verdict of those who have ridden them. Call on almost any Columbic dealer and try one. It won't cost you anything. We continue to make the best chain wheels in the world. We use the same material and the same care in building Col umbia Chain Wheels that we do with the Chainless. Columbia Chain Whaels, Hartford Dicyelos, Vodotto Bicyclos Machines and Prices Guaranteed. $75. SO. $40, $35. POPE 171 FG. CO., Hartford, Conn. 17E HAVE NO AGENTS njiv -t "v x r x x i 1 y V. TT. Btmy HtrstM. Mo., f 16.00. At (m4 m Milt for 2fc. bat hf told direct to th con tainer for 25 jrt kt wbol ttl pricei, larinfr him th dealer I profit, ship toy. wnere tor examination. ETerTthing warranted. lUitrleiof Vehicle. V etTlei of IlarntM. Top Bareitj. r,6 to 170. Sarrri, .'iUtoli. Carrie fee, Diaetone, Trap, Warns. nut. Pprinfi-Koad and Milk '"I'; No. tat Surrey. Trice, with eartaine. lanpe. 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Ins (o ,ew llnvrn, lean., Ilox 4if. HIGH-GRADE Bicycle Free! Afc-enU wanted. Anr man. woman or rnuci can haTe onc. Kend t-r catiw--ie. telMns how t. get tt, InrloelnKScent etamp irlvcAr Worthiugton, 922 M'.liih Ate, t .! . J.o. 111. A Cheap Farm and a Good One Do you want a good farm, where you ran work out doors In your shirt sleeves for ten months In the year, and where your stock can forage for Itself all the year round? If so, write to P. Sid Jones, Passenger Agent, Birming ham, Ala., or Dr. II. II. Crawford, Trav eling Passenger Agent, 6 Rookery nullding, Chicago, 111. Do you want to go down and look at some of the Garden Spots of this coun try? The Louisville & Nashville Rail road provides the way and the oppor tunity on the flrat and third Tuesday of each month, with excursions at only two dollars over one fare, for round trip tickets. Write Mr. C. P. At morc, General Passenger Agent, Louis ville, Ky.f for particulars. Do you want to read about them be fore going? Then send 10 cents In sil ver or postage stamps for a copy of "Garden Spots" to Mr. Atmore. W.N.U. --DETROIT NO.20 189U